6.15 Pure Maths: Affine Geometry
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6.15 Pure Maths: Affine Geometry
Quiz, with guest
Run the Risk presenter PeterSimon.
Shown last Monday. BBC I Stereo Subtitled.
The first programme tracks down otters, red squirrels and dormice, and visits a children's zoo in Sussex. With Michaela Strachan, Howie Watkins, Chris Packham and Janice Acquah
See Children: page 44
Last in the 1984 series.
A pre-merger disco gives Gluxo an idea. Glenroy STEVEN WOODCOCK , Jimmy McClaren GARY LOVE , Gluxo DAVID RIPPEY , Precious DULICE LIECIER , Claire PAULA-ANN BLAND , Stewpot MARK BURDIS
Written by Barry Purchese
Second of a 13-part fantasy drama about a divided valley.
Robin NOAH HUNTLEY MariaCAMILLA POWER Peter THOMAS SZEKERES Miss Heliotrope JEAN ANDERSON , Fr Francis IAIN CUTHBERTSON , Simon Blackheart
RICHARD ELFYN , Sir Benjamin PHILIP MADOC , Old Eispeth MIRIAM Rpt Stereo Subtitled ......
Documentaries fromaround the world. Today, Swedish children express fears about radioactive leaks.
Political review for the south east.
Presented by Jon Sopel. ................... REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Science fiction adventure starring John Saxon
An American astronaut in the 22nd century finds himself transported to a world of many tribes - one dominated entirely by women with attitude!
Director Marc Daniels (1974) # FILM REVIEWS pages 49-57
War drama starring
Stanley Baker , Jack Hawkins
1879: the ruler of the Zulu kingdom inflicts a heavy defeat on the British army at Isandhlwana and heads towards the small garrison ofRorke's Drift. Lieutenants Chard and Bromhead desperately rally their meagre forces: eight officers and 97 men against 4,000 Zulus.
Director Cy Endfleld (1964) ♦ FILM REVIEWS pages 49-57
Further news from Wimbledon, including coverage of the mixed doubles final.
Subsequent programmes may run late
Third of a four-part series, narrated by Robert Lindsay , which marks 50 years of the Welfare State by tracing its often troubled evolution since the Second World War.
In 1945 the jewel in the Welfare State's crown was the National Health Service. The government pledged to ensure that no one would lie sick or die merely because of poverty. As the medical community began more and more to embrace the idea, the NHS became the envy of the world. But, instead of demand tailing off as the general health of the nation improved, it steadily increased over the succeeding half century with each pharmaceutical breakthrough, and the Utopian vision was blighted by escalating costs, rising expectations and the needs of an aging population. Funding the service became a political issue and the patients were those most immediately affected. The realisation was starting to dawn that the NHS could not carry the weight of the nation's ills alone. Producer Denman Rooke ; Series producer
More holiday destinationsfrom the Travel Show team
The last in a four-part series presented by Peter Taylor in which radical stances about the Second World War are debated.
Dr Paul Abrahams, journalist and expert in French history, argues that the famed role of the French Resistance as an unyielding and heroic line of defence against Nazi aggression is little more than myth produced by propaganda. Veterans, including two members of the French Resistance, join historians to discuss the veracity of Abrahams's controversial standpoint. See today's choices.
Producer Clare Hughes; Series producer Laurence Rees
Sue Barker introduces highlights of this afternoon's men's singles final when the winner joined a select sporting elite by lifting the famous old trophy. She also looks back over the whole Wimbledon fortnight and recalls some of the memorable moments and matches from the world's most prestigious tennis tournament.
A weekly review of the week's major developments in the Los Angeles courtroom where former American footballer, film star and national sporting hero O J Simpson is accused of the murder of his former wife Nicole and her friend Ronald Goldman , found dead outside her home last summer.
Peter Pringle presents coverage of the long-running and high-profile case that is still gripping the US public.
Producer Roy Davies
Continuingthe short season of late-night westerns starring
The 1840s: Pike is a city man, learning to survive in a hostile terrain, following his companion's death at the hands of Indians. But his ownership of a magnificent white stallion - the Eagle's Wing - brings him into deadly conflict with White Bull, a Kiowa warrior. Showing in widescreen format.
Director Anthony Harvey (1979)
# FILM REVIEWS pages 49-57