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6.05 Modernist Primitivism:
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6.35 Fluid Rows 6694126 7.00 Living with Risk 30403 7.30 Was Anybody There? (S)
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Peter Dobbie and Jane Hill with a roundup from News 24, plus weather at 8.25. (W)
The perennial allure of Samuel Barber 's composition.
Diarmuid Gavin sees how gardens inspired two artists, and Jenny Agutter explores Cornish arL 828oolo FURTHER INFORMATION: call
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Riddle of the Dome. An Italian architect expounds his theory on how the dome of Florence's cathedral was built. (R) (S) (W)
Mike Ricketts on how Cubists sought to convey realism.
A quest for sense and meaning in Mark Rothko 's dark work of abstract expressionism. (S)
The link between wealth and health. With Ivan Mowse.
The magazine for deaf people reviews the book A Child Sacrificed to Deaf Culture. With sign language and in-vision subtitles. Repeated on Thursday at 2.50am on BBC1
Quentin Willson looks at the enduring appeal of the Volkswagen Beetle. (R) (S) (W)
Bilko devises an oil he claims will rejuvenate the face. (BW) (R)
Opening a Saturday Matinée double bill of westerns. Starring Tab Hunter and Natalie Wood.
Young farmer Trace Jordan sets out to avenge his brother's death at the hands of a wealthy rancher's henchmen. Widescreen.
Director Stuart Heisler (1956. PG)
(S)The western double bill concludes with Fort Apache at 3.55pm Films: pp 60-67 **
Richard Pitman introduces the 1.50,2.20 and 2.50 races.
Commentary comes from John Hanmer and Jimmy Lindley.
Producer Gerry Morrison (W)
The story of how the internet transcended its humble origins as a Cold War military project and became an unstoppable global phenomenon. (R) (S) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/webwise
Concluding the Saturday Matinée double bill of westerns. Starring John Wayne, Henry Fonda and Shirley Temple. Lt Col Thursday, aggrieved at being demoted, is sent to a remote desert outpost, and, by betraying ignorance of Indian behaviour, leads his troops into a deadly confrontation. Director John Ford (1948, U)
(BW) (S) Rims: pp 60-67 ****
Our Aged. The final programme in the series examines how the older generation is faring in three European countries. In northern Russia, Sue Lloyd Roberts discovers how the Communist Party's promise of " cradle-to-grave care has failed former workers at a state enterprise.
Dr Anna Raeburn finds many retirement-age Dutch choosing to prolong theirworking lives, and, in Austria, Edward Stourton reflects on what elderly people can teach their younger counterparts as he meets a survivor of Nazi eugenics.
Editor Fiona Murch ; Series producer Lucy Hetherington (S) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/correspondent
With Fiona Bruce. Weather Peter Gibbs. (S)
Historical drama starring Vanessa Redgrave and Glenda Jackson. Mary Stuart returns from France to accept the title of Queen, but is met with hostility from Protestant nobles. Meanwhile, Queen Elizabeth of England and her devious half-brother also have designs on the crown. Widescreen.
Director Charles Jarrott (1971) (S) (W) Films: pp 60-67 ****
The soprano performs / Will Wait for You with composer and pianist Michel Legrand. She is also accompanied by the percussion troupe Stomp on a reworking of Cole Porter's Night and Day, and by Winchester Cathedral Choir on Some Enchanted Evening. See Choice.
Director Michael Leggo ; Producer Emma Cornish (S) (W)
An episode from the seventies self-sufficiency comedy. The Windbreak War. Tom and Barbara argue with neighbours Jerry and Margo over a garden fence. Written by John Esmonde, Bob Larbey; Producer John Howard Davies (R) (S)
Continuing the UndertheSun documentary strand, this film follows the family of a 45-year-old Ghanaian man,
Kotey, who has recently collapsed and died in mysterious circumstances. Some of his relatives suspect he was poisoned, but, in a film that analyses the clash between the modem and the traditional, it emerges that superstition has just as important a role to play in the subsequent intrigue. Director John Bulmer ; Series editor David Pearson (S) (W)
The self-styled neurotic New Yorker talks to Mark Cousins about his prolific career, illustrated by film clips that cover the body of his work. Along the way they discuss Allen's views on religion, death, sex and therapy. Allen's Bullets over Broadway follows immediately. See Choice.
Director Mark Cousins ; Producer Pauline Law (S) (W) Football-free zone: p28; Barry Norman on Woody Allen : p54
Comedy drama starring John Cusack. In the Roaring Twenties, a playwright is forced to cast a mobster's moll in his play, and is surprised to find her bodyguard making astute suggestions for the play's dialogue. Widescreen.
Director Woody Allen (1994, 15) (S) Films: pp 60-67 ****
Comedy drama starring Katharine Hepburn and Cary Grant.
Fleeing the law, Henry and Sylvia Scarlett head across the Channel, with Sylvia disguised as a boy.
(1936. U) (BW) (S)
Films: pp 60-67**
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