6.50 Technology: Facts are Not Enough
7.15 An Introduction to Economics
7.40 The Enlightenment: Freedom and Plenty
8.5 The PM visits the OU
8.30 Science: The Planet Earth
8.55 Pure Mathematics: Maps
9.20 Earth's Physical Resources: Introduction
10.10 State and Society in 1984
6.50 Technology: Facts are Not Enough
The wildlife adventure film
From the majestic dignity of the elephant to the engaging antics of a honey badger cub.
Jamie Uys has captured the lives of the animals of south west Africa in fascinating detail. In order to film his 'beautiful people' - the wildlife of this huge region - he travelled more than 100,000 miles from the red desert of the Namib - which supports a vast variety of animals - to the vast area of the Kalahari and the lush banks of the Kovango river. Narrator Paddy O'Byrne Produced, filmed and directed by JAMIE UYS
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'Read all about it, get your No Limits Sunday supplement here!'
In the supplement this week the GURNERS of Egremont pull a few colourful faces. The arts page takes a pantomime cow in for review and the industry section reports on blacksmiths in Winchester.
Assistant producer JEM KIME Producer PETER HAMILTON
Gloucester v Bridgend Nigel Starmer-Smith introduces highlights of this Anglo-Welsh clash between last season's English Merit
Table champions, Gloucester, who have been struggling to retain their winning ways, and Bridgend, who are one of the top clubs in Wales this season. Also a look forward to next week's internationals:
Ireland against England and France against Wales. Series producer HUW JONES
Christopher Jones reports on another week of debates in the House of Lords. Editor ELLIE UPDALE
continues the BBCtv tribute to Cary Grant who died last year. Today with Carole Lombard Kay Francis
In this elegant comedy-drama, Grant finds himself in the arms of Kay Francis , a lady who marries him for his money. He is soon intent on ending this inconvenient marriage when he meets the enchanting Carole Lombard. Complications abound, but true love wins....
Screenplay by RICHARD SHERMAN based on the novel Memory of Love by BESSIE BREUER
Produced by GEORGE HAIGHT Directed by JOHN CROMWELL
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A Concert for Mary Rose Mary Rose , the beautiful sister of Henry VIII , lived in the troubled years preceding the Reformation. On the death of her first husband, Louis XII of France, she returned to England and was married to Charles Brandon , Duke of Suffolk. This concert, devised as if for her entertainment, reflects the musical riches of a period when the King himself was an accomplished composer. Circa 1500
Emily Van Evera (soprano) Nancy Hadden (flute, recorder, pipe and tabor) Erin Headley
(viola da gamba, fiddle) Andrew Lawrence-King (harp, psaltery)
Paula Chateauneuf (lute, guitar) and members of the Early Dance Project
Director KAY LAWRENCE Recorded at
Wingfield College in Suffolk Sound RON ALLAN
Lighting JAMES MAIDEN
Designer DUGALD FINDLAY Producer MIKE NEWMAN
Series editor KEITH ALEXANDER BBC Scotland
'The blacks will know as friends only those whites who are fighting in the ranks beside them. And whites will be there.'
But where's the battlefield? This week Michael Ignatieff and his guests
Paul Boateng , lawyer and parliamentary Labour candidate for Brent South
David Dabydeen , lecturer in Caribbean studies, Warwick University
Leila Hassan , Editor of Race Today
Rashid Mufti , lecturer, Liverpool University discuss
After immigration: the black British view
Researcher MARY HOCKADAY
Studio director MARK HARRISON Producer AMANDA THEUNISSEN BBC Bristol
The World Championship Downhills from Crans-Montana
Breathtaking action from the Swiss Alps at ski racing's weekend of the year as the world's top snow stars compete for the sport's most coveted titles.
DAVID GOLDSTROM describes the dramatic battle for medals in today's Women's Downhill. Switzerland are strong favourites to win both gold and silver as Olympic
Champion MICHELA FIGINI bids for glory again alongside World Cup Downhill
Champion MARIA WALLISER. David Vine celebrates with yesterday's winner of the Blue Riband title and looks back on how the premier championship was won and lost in the Men's Downhill. Television presentation SSR, Switzerland
Book, Ski Sunday 1985, Â£6.00 from booksellers
Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton present Britain's most popular financial and business programme. With
PAUL BURDEN, JAMES HOGG
MARK ROGERSON and FRANCINE STOCK reporting from home and abroad on your money - and other people's.
Editor JONATHAN CRANE Books:
But Chancellor: An Inquiry into the Treasury, £5.95 hardback, £3. 50 paperback
Economics of the Real World. £1.25. from booksellers
A personal history in five parts by Tony Harman
Tony Harman, of Grove Farm, near Chesham, tells how the Second World War revolutionised farming, and brings his story of the changing countryside up to date. Now his son farms alongside him and together they have adapted to the modern world of farming. (e)
Book, hardback Â£12.95, paperback Â£8.95 from booksellers
For free leaflet, produced by the BBC and English Tourist Board, send large 22p sae to: [address removed]
Cockatoos at Three Springs Galahs, perhaps the most celebrated of outback parrots, have been described as 'lovely things that, in a flash, wheel as though created out of thin air and sunset colours,' or as 'birds a bushman loves to hate'. To cook one, they joke, 'boil it with a boot, mate, and eat the boot!'
The real lives of cockatoos are noisy and intriguingly social. But, as woodlands vanish, the major mitchells, corellas and others, including galahs, face persecution by wheat farmers and kidnapping by smugglers. In fact, the cockies can be beneficial in the fields, but with fewer places to live they face a bleak future, perhaps only as pets with a price on their elegant heads.
Narrator Robyn Williams Photography DON HANRAN SMITH Film editor DAVID LUFFMAN
Produced for the AUSTRALIAN BROADCASTING CORPORATION by JOHN VANDENBELD
Series editor PETER JONES BBC Bristol
BBC policy is not to broadcast programmes which it believes to be unsuitable for children before 9.0 pm.
After that time parents can be expected to share responsibility for what children are allowed to see. Some programmes after 9.0 pm may be appropriate for an adult audience only.
With over Â£14,000 worth of prize money going to the winners of the World Series Cup, both sides are under pressure to win their penultimate qualifying game. Highlights are introduced by Richie Benaud
Television presentation Channel 9, Australia
Sarah Dunant presents a selection of the week's television and discusses
Screen Two: After Pilkington (BBC2)
Attack on the Liberty (Thames) and The Max Headroom Show (Channel Four)
And a report from Chicago on the Oprah Winfrey Show, the successful daytime programme which discusses intimate personal issues.
Studio director NICHOLAS BARKER
Film director AGNIESZKA PIOTROWSKA Producer CHARLES MILLER
(Edited version tomorrow at 5. 30pm)
Regional Variations (2)
Michael Palin's nostalgic comedy about a family holiday at a Suffolk seaside resort as Richard Burrill, a 17-year-old, is reluctantly dragged to Southwold with his parents. Show more
starring Gary Merrill Jan Sterling
Following a series of violent crimes and the murder of a night-club singer. Police Capt Danforth is put in charge of the notorious
'Heights' area of the city.
Inside this 'human jungle' he decides on a tough policy to stamp out the petty racketeers. But the gangs decide to fight back ...
Screenplay by WILLIAM SACKHEIM and DANIEL FUCHS from a story by WILLIAM SACKHEIM Produced by HAYES GOETZ Directed by JOE NEWMAN
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