6.50 Maths: Modelling Drug Therapy
7.15 Urban Development: Gainers and Losers
7.40 The Mariner Nine Code
8.05 Computing: Ticket to Fly
8.30 The Social Primate: Good
8.55 Basque Nationalism and the Spanish State
9.20 Physics beyond Experience
9.45 Management Issues: the Appraisal Interview
10.10 Living with Technology: Oil
10.35 The Internal Combustion
11.00 The History of Mathematics
11.25 The 19th-century Novel and Its Legacy: Heart of Darkness
11.50 Probability and Statistics: Estimation
12.15 Experts and Novices: Maths on the Street
12.40 Nuclear Weapons: the View from Moscow
1.05 Head Start: Children of the Dream
1.30 Modern Art: Greenberg on Pollock
1.55 Culture and Belief in Europe 1450-1600: Shakespeare's
Richard // - Character of a King
2.20 Managing Work: France
2.45 Open Forum: News and Views on Higher Education and the Open University. This month, what goes on in universities while students are away; a profitable sideline in holiday activities; a look at a new scheme for training teachers which aims to provide professional development in manageable modules; and a look ahead to
Radio 5 and how it will contribute to educational broadcasting.
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6.50 Maths: Modelling Drug Therapy
In India this 91-part epic drama is cult viewing for 115 million people. A dramatisation of India's greatest epic poem, it's a tale of love, war and ultimately of good triumphing over evil.
20: Attention now returns to Hastinapur and the royal family where Shakuni fans the flames of rivalry between Duryodhana and his cousin Bhima. Bhima is such a glutton, he is likely to eat anything, including a pudding poisoned by Duryodhana. Bhima Mallik
(In Hindi with English subtitles. Repeated tomorrow at 12.25am on BBC1, Next week sees the start of a series of Network East Performance Specials. 'Mahabharat' returns in October)
A television recital by Stephen Varcoe (baritone) and Nigel North (guitar) from St George 's, Brandon Hill , Bristol, and featuring music dating from the same period as the building: songs written with guitar accompaniment by Schubert and Weber, and Fernando Sor 's
Variations on a Theme of Mozart, for solo guitar.
Introduced by Michael Berkeley. Director Keith Cheetham Producer Tony Staveacre
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Further live coverage of the third day from the Oval.
Commentary by Tony Lewis ,
Richie Benaud and Jack Bannister.
Summaries by Ray Illingworth and Sunil Gavaskar.
Executive producer Keith Mackenzie
Last in the series about America's civil rights struggle during the years 1954-65, told by the men and women who fought the second American revolution.
Bridge to Freedom (1965). In
December 1964 Martin Luther King Jr received the Nobel Peace Prize.
Later that month he went to Selma, Alabama, to lend impetus to the campaign for black voting rights. A 55-mile march from Selma to
Montgomery was planned. But first the demonstrators had to cross the Edmund Pettus Bridge. Governor Wallace had other ideas.
Directors/Producers Callie Crossley Jones and James A Devinney
A Blackside Inc production (R)
The creator of Eyes on the Prize, Henry Hampton , talks about his determination to tell the story of individuals who changed American society, and looks forward to the second series covering the rise of black power, which starts next Saturday on BBC2. Producer Gillian Gearing
The day's main stories presented by Moira Stuart. Then Chris Lowe reviews the week's events, with subtitles for the hard-of-hearing. Followed by Weatherview.
Funny, strange, challenging and remarkable video from artists around the world.
For more than 20 years,
Woody Vasulka has been one of the most prominent artists working with video, and his epic Art of Memory, made in 1987, is a complex and challenging contemplation of the violent history of the 20th Century. Using unique special effects developed by Vasulka, newsreel images of warfare are combined with visually spectacular desert landscapes from the south-western United States of America. The innovative soundtrack weaves together speeches, songs and the sounds of conflict.
Series producer John Wyver
An Illuminations production for BBCtv
This series of films, each made by a different European country, profiles six very different architects who are contributing to the look of the new Europe.
Ireland: Sam Stephenson. No architect, suggests this film, has made more impact on the skyline of Georgian Dublin than Sam Stephenson whose uncompromisingly monolithic office blocks in the heart of the city provoked furious protests a few years ago. He now claims to have turned against brutal modernism, preferring to work in a more classical vein. His mentors for this new stage in his career are Palladio and Sir Edwin Lutyens. Director John Lynch An RTE production
The second part of the highly-acclaimed two-part dramatisation of one of America's most controversial criminal cases. Starring
With a suspect in police custody the dust settles and the courtroom battle begins. In January 1982 a jury is finally selected and defence counsel Al Binder enters the arena.
Evidence is conflicting and tempers run high; is the accused man the murderer or a scapegoat caught in a nightmare trap?
Director John Erman
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Sex and Relationships. This week, the innovative European co-production series explores different attitudes to sex and relationships. Producer Janice Gabriel
Executive producer Sheila Hayman
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Richie Benaud introduces highlights from the Oval.