6.20 Democratic Government: Open Communities
6.45 Jewish Enigma: the Promised Land - a look at the hopes and consequences of Jews returningto live in Jerusalem
4675798 7.10 Victorian Brass Bands: the Other Virtuosos
New Technology - how computer games, TV and videos affect child development
Comedy starring Ann Sothern
When Maisie's comedian friend is wrongly accused of swindling, Maisie decides to go after the real culprit.
Director Roy Del Ruth (1942)
FILM REVIEWS pages 45-48
Action from the Olympic Stadium, Helsinki, on the second day of the European Championships. Britain's
Roger Black will be bidding for a third consecutive men's
400 metres title. Plus news of the heats in the women's
100 metres hurdles, metres and the start of the heptathlon.
Live coverage from
Headingley of the final day's play between England and South Africa. Introduced by Tony Lewis.
Television presentation Alan Griffiths Executive producer Keith Mackenzie
A personal reflection by William Thomson on Gainsborough's painting Lady Howe at London's Kenwood House, in Hampstead. Rpt
Presenter (Children's BBC):
Further live coverage from Headingley.
2.00 and 3.00
News and Weather
Subtitled (news) andat
3.50 News and Weather Subtitled (news)
Regional News; Weather
Further live coverage of the European Championships from the Olympic Stadium, Helsinki, including at 4.35pm the semi-finals of the men's 100 metres.
(The final is at 6.45pm on BBC1.) Plus action in the men's javelin.
Cricket: Second Test
Coverage from Headingley on the final day's play.
As cricket coverage Is live, the subsequent schedule may change
The alternative travel show visits Venezuela. Magenta De Vine and Rajan Datar travel by cable car from the capital
Caracas to the world's highest waterfall, Angel Falls. Producer Sam Anthony
Senes producer Sharon Ali
Rpt Stereo Subtitled
Highlights of last week's
National Eisteddfod of Wales, the festival celebrating Welsh arts, crafts and culture, held this year in the Vale of Neath,
West Glamorgan. Presented by Eddie Ladd.
Executive producer Christina Macaulay
The sixth of an eight-part documentary series looks at British tennis.
Days of Hope and Glory
Rarely do tennis fans have the chance to celebrate a British victory. This programme follows Jeremy Bates , Britain's number one player, and Tim Herman , one of its brightest
' prospects, and reveals the pressures on them to succeed. Executive producer Tony Moss
Editor Vyv Simson
Two films, tonight and Wednesday, explore 25 bloody years in Northern Ireland from both sides of the "peace line".
In 1969 the official IRA was almost unarmed, a political talking shop, and its provisional wing did not exist. Now the latter is said by some to be the most effective terrorist organisation in the world.
This film traces the process of the transformation, which has happened in spite of the fact that the nationalist community is more affluent than it used to be, sharing more in political power, and largely supports the SDLP.
The answer to the paradox lies in the deprived Catholic ghettoes, more alienated than ever.
(The Loyalists; Wednesday at 7.30pm)
Producer John Triffitt Stereo Subtitled
FILM Emmy Award-winning I TV film drama starring Mare Winningham Phyllis Frelich
All her life, Margaret Ryder has been the ears and voice of her deaf parents. But when she falls in love she finds her own needs conflicting with those of her mother and father.
Director Joseph Sargent (1985) Subtitied
In the series where guests list the people and places they hate the most, Tony Slattery nominates British hotels,
Simon Bates's Our Tune slot, and the cartoon strip Peanuts. With Nick Hancock.
Producer Lissa Evans
Series producer Dan Patterson A Hat Trick production for BBCtv
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
Beginning the first of two weeks of short films about
Northern Ireland. Subtitled
Highlights of the final day's play. Stereo