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I Mm Dart (C4) 11.20pm. The return of the often-enthralling late-night discussion programme that deals with serious topics and places few restraints on the participants.
I The Wild Bunch (Scottish) ll.40pm—2.05am. Watered-down ‘TV version’ Of the bloodthirsty Peckinpah cowboy ﬂick that launched a thousand imitators.
I Theatre Night: The Birthday Party (BBCZ) 7.55-9.45pm. Pinter appears in his on play ably supported hyJoan Plowright and the much-missed Colin Bleitely.
I Margot Fonteyn: The Story oi a Dancer (C4) 8.15—10pm. A special tribute to mark her 70th birthday, narrated by the Dame herself after years of refusingto co-operate with TV biographies, is the second Dance on 4 production.
I Sons and Lovers (C4) 10—1 1 .55pm. Jack Cardiff directed this version of Lawrence's novel in 1960.
I Moviedrome: Jahbenvocity (BBCZ) 10.15—midnight. The film in which Terry (Time Bandits, Brazil, Munchausen) Gilliam first showed what he could do on his own. Great medieval feel and a hideous J abberwock.
I The Sword oi Gideon (Scottish) 9—10pm, 10.35pm—12.25am. A team of anti-terrorist commandos set out to avenge the murders of 11 athletes by the PLO at the Munich Olympics.
I The Brother irorn Another Planet (C4) 9:11pm. John Sayles’ eccentric SF movie about a black extraterrestrial who touches down in Harlem, pursued by two alien bounty hunters. Made in 1984.
I Put. . . (BBCl) 11—11.30pm. Subtitled The Really Useful Guide to Alcohol, this series harnesses the talents of comics like
Rowan Atkinson, Griff Rhys Jones. Rik Mayall and a cast of thousands, and tiesin with a nationwide Government health campaign in June.
I i'ii Take Manhattan (Scottish)
12.25—2. 10am. Start of four-part mini-series taken from the Judith Krantz book. Part two on Thursday.
I Enterprise Culture (BBC2) 9.50—10.30pm. The ﬁrst ofsix observational documentaries on the entrepreneurial spirit looks at a St Albans builder who opened up an Elizabethan theme park to a storm of protest.
I War (C4) 11.30—1am. A fragment ofthe Mahabarata, staged in its entirety in Glasgow last year.
I The Late Shiﬂ (C4) 1-2.05am. The Pogues live at the Town & Country Club, with guests Kirsty MacColl and Joe Strummer.
I Chronicle: The Skeletons ptSpitaitields (BBC2) 8.10—9pm. East London: 1000 skeletons are exhumed and pored over by
scientists and doctors to reconstruct the
lifestyle of a social group in the early 1800s
I Donovan the Diviner (BBC2) 8.30—9pm. A three-part documentary series following around a Cornishman who makes his living as a dowser. It's something of a cottage industry, for not only does his wife dowse, but his son runsa drilling rig.
I When the Music's 0ver(C4) 11.10pm—12. 103m. A documentary examining how popular music reflects society‘s changing morality, with various pundits juxtaposed with a surreal drama set in a materialistic future, in which a young girl searches the past to discover what happened to music.
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