Followed by English Towns
Stamford, Lincolnshire. This town, full of fine buildings, was the first to be designated a Conservation Area. (R)
(Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire on Saturday at 7.55am)
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Followed by English Towns
Mulu - a Forest in Borneo
Beneath Sarawak's rainforest lies a vast cave system; a roost for millions of bats whose droppings form a life-supporting carpet for myriads of insects. (R) 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Johnny Weissmuller Maureen O'Sullivan
The jungle is disturbed by three big game trappers in search of animals for a circus.
Director Richard Thorpe
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Starring Jane Powell, Cliff Robertson
Dodie has a problem. She is in love with three different men, all of whom are in love with her. Which should she marry?
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A series of six films about the exploitation of children.
Hasanne. In a small village in Niger a young mother, Aissa, worries about her sick child. His twin brother died some time before and according to tradition, God summons the one who is still alive. But Aissa finds an inner strength to defy tradition, her husband and friends and search for help. Written and directed by Euzhan Palcy
Animation. Arnold the elephant is lovable but very, very clumsy. It's no wonder
Lewis doesn't want him on the treasure hunt! (R)
Leonard Bernstein at Harvard
Continuing this historic series of lectures given at Harvard University in 1973, shown again as a tribute to Leonard Bernstein , who died this year. 2: Musical Syntax. Pursuing his comparisons between language and music, Leonard Bernstein digs beneath the surface to uncover the 'deep structure'. The point is made effectively and humorously by the performance of a 'prose' version of part of Mozart's Symphony No 40, specially written by Bernstein and performed by the Boston Symphony Orchestra. (R)
Three films about the art of inspired teaching.
2: Out of the Wilderness
With his white beard and black beret
Professor Reuven Feuerstein looks like an Old Testament prophet, but his thinking is radically new. He believes that all children, even those who are written off as 'unintelligent', can be dramatically transformed by the right kind of teaching. In Jerusalem we see Professor Feuerstein and his team of devoted teachers take up the challenge of the children that society doesn't want. (R) (Part 3 tomorrow at 2.00pm) 9 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Symphony No 6 in F, Op 68, the 'Pastoral'. Performed by the London Classical Players, conducted by Roger Norrington. (Symphony No 7 on Saturday at
Starring Nigel Planer
The distinguished classical actor Nicholas Craig discusses how to make a successful appearance on a chat show.
As Craig himself puts it, 'one finds oneself playing the hardest role of all, one's self'. Written by Christopher Douglas
Producers Charles Miller , Caroline Wright
Australia v England
Highlights of the second day's play in Melbourne.
Introduced by Richie Benaud.
This year's series of six lectures is on the origin and the evolution of the universe.
1: The Grand Design. In this first lecture, Professor
Malcolm Longair , Astronomer Royal of Scotland, takes a grand tour that begins in our own 'backyard' - our solar system - and ends at the very edge of the universe, showing the different views that we get from looking at the universe through different wavelengths. Director Stuart McDonald Producer William Woollard
An InCA production for BBCtv
First showing on network television of the remarkable fantasy adventure from Muppets creator Jim Henson, who died this year.
A thousand years have passed and a time of change has arrived. Jen, a young Gelfling, has been chosen to go on a hazardous journey. He must find the shard to heal the Dark
Crystal - if he fails, the evil Skeksis will rule the world.
Directors Jim Henson and Frank Oz
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The Death of Stalinism in Bohemia. A film by the Czech artist and film-maker
Jan Svankmajer , commissioned by the BBC, which reflects his personal view of recent Czech history. (R)
The first of four programmes featuring the celebrated actress and comedienne's one-woman performances, first screened in 1972. Music by Richard Ansell and Donald Swann.
Pianist William Blezard.
Producer John Street (R)
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Harold Brighouse 's famous play has been translated into a 'musical without words' by choreographer David Bintley and composer Paul Reade. Set in 1880s Salford, this comedy of Victorian manners depicts the unlikely marriage of Henry Hobson 's daughter Maggie to bootmaker Will Mossop. and Artists of the Birmingham Royal Ballet
The Orchestra of the Birmingham Royal Ballet conducted by Barry Wordsworth Director Tom Gutteridge ● MUSIC: page 21
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Sir Arthur Streeb-Greebling 's (Peter Cook) second gift. With Ludovic Kennedy. 2: Turtle Doves
An Open Space special. Harems, ayatollahs, book-burning, oil sheikhs, veils: the western media are saturated with images of Islam and the Middle East. At a time of Christian celebration, Rana Kabbani, a Syrian Muslim writer living in Britain, presents her disturbing view of the way the Christian west has portrayed Islam for more than 1,000 years. Producer Robin Gutch
Community Programme Unit editor Tony Laryea
First showing on network television, starring Jack Nicholson
Cher, Susan Sarandon Michelle Pfeiffer
Nothing ever happens in the sleepy New England town of Eastwick. Three bored, beautiful and independent women make a wish - for one dynamic man to add some spice to their lives. Is the mysterious Daryl Van Home the answer to their dreams? Alexandra Medford CHER
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