6.5 The Grand Inquisitor. 6.30 Working for Love. 6.55 Lightning Does Strike Twice! 7.20 The Natural History Museum. 7.45 Mining in Ireland: 2.
PARVEEN MIRZA chairs a discussion on Fears of Children. SWARAN TALWAR and SAMINA MIR explain why Children develop fears and how to overcome them.
Pakistani singer TAHIRA SAYED sings a Punjabi folk song.
Producer KRISHAN GOULD
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
When Willy Went to the Wedding by JUDITH KERR Presenters
Sheelagh Gilbey , Ben Thomas
(Repeat. Repeated on BBC1 at 3.55 pm)
Prudential World Cup
England v New Zealand from Edgbaston
West Indies v India from The Oval
PETER WEST and TONY LEWIS introduce live coverage.
12.30 Governing Schools: The Community. 12.55 Parents and Teenagers: Getting Close.
World Cup Cricket
The 1983 Prudential World Cup Further coverage Royal Ascot
Four races, the Royal Drive and the fashion scene, make Royal Ascot a colourful social occasion.
2.30 Jersey Stakes (Group 3. 7f)
3.5 Queen Mary Stakes (2 y-o) (5f)
3.45 The Royal Hunt Cup (Handicap. 1m)
The traditional handicap highlight of the Royal Meeting.
4.20 The Coronation Stakes (Group 2. Old Mile)
Europe's top fillies including the 1,000 Guineas winner Ma Biche clash for a first prize of over £20,000.
Introduced by JULIAN WILSON
Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN JIMMY LINDLEY and JOHN HANMER
Fashions described by DIANA MORAN
with subtitles, followed by Weather
Paul Heiney presents your weekly magazine on the world of travel. News and features plus vital information for everybody going on holiday this summer.
Holiday currencies - what's your pound worth today? Traffic Jam of the Week, and how to miss it. Buy it there or take it with you? A weekly guide to the cost of typical holiday purchases around Europe-this week, a roll of colour film.
Weather facts and forecasts from Jim Bacon including Britain's sunniest and cloudiest resorts this week. What it's like around the Mediterranean. And where to go this weekend if you want a tan.
Studio director JULIET MAY Producer ROGER MACDONALD
Executive producer ALAN DOBSON
Sir Flinders Petrie (1851-1942)
With Jeremy Clyde reading Petrie's journals.
In 1880 Flinders Petrie carried out the first thorough survey of the pyramids. His aim was to test the current theory that the Great Pyramid was divinely inspired. While disproving the theory, he became aware of the wholesale plundering of the ancient monuments of Egypt. He determined that something should be done and joined the newly-formed Egypt Exploration Fund to introduce proper scientific excavation. Nobody before him had recognised the significance of the small things, the potsherds and everyday domestic objects. Here, he saw, lay the true history of a country. For 70 years Petrie devoted himself passionately and untiringly to the study of the civilisations of Egypt and Palestine, laying the foundations of their archaeology.
Producer ANNA BENSON GYLES
Series editor BRUCE NORMAN
A series of six episodes by CHARLES MCKEOWN
5: Pinkerton has difficulty in replacing a maths teacher. He also has a problem containing Flax's humanitarianism, and escaping the wrath of Renfrew, whose jealousy has been provoked by Davies's anonymous letter to Miss Shilling.
Music arranged by RONNIE HAZLEHURST Designer JAN SPOCZYNSKI
Produced by GARETH GWENLAN Directed by JOHN B. HOBBS
A series of eight documentaries 6: Karate - the Way of the Empty Hand
Narrated by Dennis Waterman
Morio Higaonna , Black Belt of the Seventh Dan, drives himself hard in his search for perfection as a master of karate. He has made his body into a fighting machine, yet he is the gentlest of men. He lives on Okinawa, the tiny island that gave the art of karate to the world.
RED DENNER, MAURICE FISHER Sound recordist ROGER LONG Film e<Htor LIZ THOYTS
Written by HOWARD REID
Produced by MICHAEL CROUCHER BBC Bristol
Kenneth Welsh , Jennifer Dale Martha Henry , Gabriel Arcand
The last of a six-part serial following the struggle for power of Canadian business tycoon James Munroe , from the roaring 20s to the liberated 60s, against a background of family intrigue and treachery. Last Waltz
Montreal 1960: Sir James Munroe is now a very rich old man, separated from his wife and brooding over the loss of his empire. Returning to the site of his first hydroelectric dam he realises his work is not yet over.
Screenplay by DOUGLAS BOWIE Directed by DENYS ARCAND
Executive producer MARX BLANDFORD A CBC production
JOHN TUSA , PETER SNOW and DONALD MACCORMICK , with JOAN BAKEWELL and LINDA ALEXANDER
Highlights of the second day's racing featuring the Royal Hunt Cup.
Editor MIKE MURPHY
12.10 Topology: Complex Loci
The graph of a complex function Is in four dimensions, but It can be visualised as a surface in three dimensions without losing the essential Information.
12.35 Materials Engineering: Coining a Phrase. The Royal Mint in Llanelli. South Wales, shews how phase diagrams can be used in Industry.