6.50 Maths Foundation Course: Modelling Cranes
7.15 Organic Chemistry - a Synthesis Approach: Pheromones
7.40 Geology: The Capitan Reef
8.05 Introduction to Calculus
8.30 Managing in Organisations: Boundaries and Biases
8.55 Information Technology: iNSAT - implications for a Nation
9.20 Basic Science and Technology: The Optical Lens
9.45 Romantic Poets: Prometheus L/ntounc/
10.10 images and information: Seeing with Sound
10.35 Arts Foundation Course: A New Museum in South Kensington
11.00 Policy-Making in Education: An Exam for All Reasons
11.25 Evolution: Sexual Selection
11.50 The Changing Countryside:
1:Why Protect the Past?
2: What is Happening in the Countryside Now?
3: Whose Countryside Tomorrow?
1.05 Design and innovation: The Golden Rule
1.30 Modern Art and Modernism: Jackson Pollock
1.55 Culture and Belief in Europe 1450-1600: Shakespeare's /?/c/;arcr // - Politics,
Patriotism and Authority
2.20 Third World Studies: Health Care in Mozambique - a Basic Need
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6.50 Maths Foundation Course: Modelling Cranes
Over the next five weeks Network East presents some of the Indian sub-continent's finest performers from the world of music and theatre in concert at the BBC's Pebble Mill studios.
Now established as one of India's finest singers, Penaaz Masani began singing at the age of 7. Her repertoire extends from passionate ghazals (love poems set to music) to Hindi film songs.
Further live coverage (continued from Grandstand on BBC1) of the final of the 60-overs-per-side NatWest Bank Trophy. Benson and Hedges Cup winners Lancashire meet Northamptonshire, who won their semi-final match off the last ball. Introduced by Tony Lewis. Commentary Richie Benaud and Jack Bannister. Summaries Ray Illingworth and David Acfield. Television presentation Alan Griffiths Executive producer Keith Mackenzie
VIDEO: 'Cricketing Legends: Ray Illingworth', a 90-minute profile introduced by Richie Benaud, available from retailers.
The day's main stones presented by Moira Stuart. Then Laurie Mayor reviews the events of the week, with subtitles for the hard-of-hearing.
Followed by Weatherview
Last in the series of funny, strange, challenging and remarkable videos from artists around the world. Included in tonight's selection are more moments of everyday surrealism from William Wegman, together with the fast-paced computer animation films Locomotion and World Peace through Free Trade, All Our Secrets Are Contained in an Image, made in Yugoslavia, is a more contemplative video about memory and loss. And there's the bizarre comedy Performance Pieces, which won the prize for the Best Fiction Short at the 1989 Cannes Film Festival.
Series producer John Wyver
An Illuminations production for BBCtv
Europe's towns and cities are being transformed. This series of films, each made by a different European country, profiles six very different architects who are contributing to the took of the new Europe.
Be/gwfn: Lucien /<ro//. He was a community architect before most people had ever heard of the word, be!ieving passionately in involving the people who are going to use or )ive in his buildings with the process of their design. Kroi! believes, too, in organic architecture; he reacts strongly against the b!ank geometry of much modern architecture and looks for more natural forms which react more ecoiogicai!y, more humanely, to human needs. But his career has been punctuated by controversy and debate.
Narrated by Patrick Maiahide. Director Eric Bfanckaert
A special film by Emmy award-winners Robert and Anne Drew follows the story of the extraordinary Nehru-Gandhi family, concentrating on three generations of modern India's 'dynastic democracy'. Spanning a period of 30 years, it follows Jawaharial Nehru, independent India's first prime minister, for a two-week period in 1962, includes the story of his daughter Indira Gandhi's efforts to build on her father's legacy while engineering the dynastic succession of her son, Rajiv, and covers Rajiv Gandhi 's assumption of power after his mother's assassination in October 1984.
A presentation of the William Benton Broadcast Project of the University of Chicago in association with the BBC
Tony Lewis introduces highlights of the NatWest final played today at Lord's.
(Our Story) Starring
A man is day-dreaming on a train with some empty beer bottles on the iedge beside him. A young woman enters the compartment and begins to te!! him a story about a man on a train. Director
Bertrand Btier 's absurd sex comedy won two 1985 French academy awards: best actor for A!ainDe!on and best original screenplay for Bher.
(A French /</m with fno/M/t subtitles)