SUNDAY Everyman (BBC', 10.35 pm). The life of Cistercian monks at Mount St Bernard Abbey, Leicestershire. A repeat.
Travellers in Time (BBC1, 3.35 pm) Another repeat about the Amazon exploration in the first quarter of the century by Dr Hamilton Rice, inventor of the famous edible paper.
TUESDAY The 20th Century Remembered (BBC2, 10.20 pm). And who better to do so than Lord Brockway. born in Calcutta in 1888'? He was converted from liberalism to socialism after going as a journalist to interview Keir Hardie. THURSDAY
Horizon (BBC1, 11.15 pm). Apparently flying saucers home in on Cradle Hill. near Warminster. Many people in America also report alien intelligence swooping down. Perhaps they may be persuaded to pick up Carl Sagan while they are at it. If they are superintelligent, they will need some persuading.
Oh Play that Thing (Sunday, 7 pm). The first of three jazz lives, about King Oliver. the first jazz cornettist, as you probably know, to make extensive recordings. Later, in the series we get Lester Young and Charlie Mingus.
Journeys You're Not Allowed To Make (Sunday, 10.15 pm) Part of the continuing interest in Thomas Merton who was killed by a fan in Bangkok in 1968. For the rest of his time, after he had stopped being a rake, he lived in a cell in Ciethsemani Trappist monastery in Kentucky, where he played ,jazz records (of King Oliver, no doubt), and went on a trip to New York to talk to a 96-year old Zen master. Evelyn Waugh liked his first book The Seven Storey Mountain.
Through My Window (Wednesday. 3.50pm) Lord Denning looks out of the window.