6.20 Care in the Community
6.45 The Great Exhibition: an Exercise in Industry. A look at the Crystal Palace and the exhibition it was built to house.
Salamanca. One of the greatest seats of learning in medieval Europe.
7.35 The Enlightenment: Citizens of the World. The structure of Britain's
With Signing. Subtitled ..................
The programme offering members of the public a chance to tackle politicians on important current issues. Presented today by Trevor Phillips.
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Sex Education (ages 8-11) Growing 3473200 9.20 Next - retirement magazine programme
9.45 Storytime (ages 4-5) Two Greedy Bears
Today the playbus stops at the Roundabout Stop.
10.25 Watch (ages 6-7) Natural History: Summer Stereo 9717945 10.40
10.45 Italianissimo 1914397 11.00
Cats' Eyes (ages 5-7) Living: Night Life
3309378 11.15 Ghostwriter (ages 10-12) What 's up with Alex? (episode 2) 761533 11.45 Developing World (ages 11-16) Mozambique under Attack
Subtitled 2447026 12.10The Geography Programme (ages 11-16) Maps and Mapping - Maps and the Landscape
A daily look at the latest business and consumer news................................
1.00 Human Rights 33970262 l.lOGo
For It! Zoo 33990026 1.25ZigZag(ages 8-10) Wildlife Safari: Working Together 28118804 1.45 You and Me (ages 3-5) JustAwful
The animated adventures of a dog called Spot, narrated by Paul Nicholas.
Cartoon about a small boy whose magical wellington boots get him into all sorts of adventures.
With the Methodist Association of Youth Clubs, celebrating its 50th birthday in central London.
Shown last Sunday on BBC 1 at 6.25pm
The men's quarterfinals in the French
Open clay court tournament, from Paris. Commentary by John Barrett , Mark Cox , David Mercer and Virginia Wade.
Introduced by Sue Barker. ..........
Including at 3.00 and 3.55 News Regional News; Weather
Starring Patrick Stewart
The Inner Light. An alien probe releases a beam which penetrates the Enterprise's shields. Jean-Luc Picard , knocked out on the bridge, awakes to find himself in a different place and a different time. Tending him is a woman who claims to be his wife.
Captain Jean-Luc Picard:
Commander William Riker:
Lt Commander Data:
Dr Beverly Crusher:
Lt Commander Geordi LaForge:
Some of the best moments and most brazen bluffs from the popular BBC2 true-or-false game show Call My Bluff. Frank Muir and Patrick Campbell lead the teams. Robert Robinson presides. Producer David Housham
Concludingthe two-part drama documentary on the making of a myth. Holy Grail and Unholy Power. Professor Gwyn Williams traces the development of the Arthurian legend through the ages, from the attempt by French monks to rid the Grail story of its pagan origins, to the poet Tennyson's version in Victorian times and Monty Python 's in the present day, showing how each generation has retold the story of Arthur to suit its own values and attitudes.
Director Colin Thomas
The Gaydon Heritage. Tiff Needell drives a 10 litre Austin Grand Prix car from 1906, a 1927 Leyland Straight
Eight, and a 1966 gas turbine powered Rover-BRM when he visits the British
Motor Industry Heritage Trust's unique collection of cars at Gaydon, Warwickshire. Director Dennis Jarvis
The Sloping Garden. Gay Search invites designer Christopher Masson to solve the problems of a garden that not only slopes steeply but has been used as a builder's yard forfouryears. Series producer David Richardson
In this week's edition of the interior design show, Tessa Shaw looks at how deep, rich colours can transform a room and asks the experts how to use them to good effect. Plus, an exploration of the world of decorative window glass. Series producer Simon Shaw ; Executive producers Janice Hadlow and Tim Kirby
This week, actor George Baker (alias Inspector Wexford) seeks summer shade in the patio gardens and bodegas of Seville and Cordoba in Spain; television presenter Laurie Pike goes youth hostelling in the Lake
District; and actor Neil Pearson visits the Lebanon, which once attracted playboys and has since been scarred by years of civil war. He strips off for a visit to Beirut's only Turkish bath and later loses heavily at bridge. Presented by Penny Junor.
Series producer Liz Warner
The second of a four-part autobiographical series in which businessman Sir John Harvey-Jones investigates 1990s Britain by revisiting the cornerstones of his own past.
This week he turns his attention to the problems of the education system.
First he sorts out his own much hated prep school by bulldozingthe headmaster's study to the ground, then he sets out to discover whether today's public and state schools are educating children effectively and if they are succeeding in interesting them in careers in industry.
Producer Michael Mosley ; Executive producer Robin Brightwell
What's going on this week in the world of wildlife. Simon King finds out where to see newborn red deer calves and gives details of how to take part in a survey of Britain's bats.
Repeated next Saturday Stereo
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Followed by Video Nation Shorts
With Kirsty Wark.
Arts and media magazine. Stereo.
12.00 Environment: Bangkok - a City Speaks What is the environmental cost of Bangkok's success? ...
12.25 Making Medical Decisions:
Events in Parliament. stereo...
4.00-4.15 Benefits Agency
4.45 Inland Revenue Stereo.
5.00-6.00 Voluntary Sector
Television Stereo ........................