6.50 Maths: Up to the Mark
7.15 Social Problems and Social
7.40 Rook Polynomials
8.05 Engineering Mechanics: Solids and Fluids
8.30 Spatial Learning and the Hippocampus
8.55 Donegal: Tradition and Change
9.20 Physics: Vibrations of Music
9.45 Exploring Educational Issues: Teachers
10.10 Return to Base
10.35 State and Society: Marshall Aid
11.00 Work and Society
11.25 Thomas Hardy and Wessex
11.50 Statistics: Conflict
12.15 The Structure of Solids
12.40 Pienza: a Renaissance City
1.05 Science, Technology and Everyday Life: Invasion from Mars
1.30 Modern Art: Monuments
1.55 Systems Discipline: Docklands Light Railway.
Tower Hill to Island Gardens
2.20 Brazil: Fuelling the Miracle
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In India this 91-part epic drama is cult viewing for 115 million viewers who watch it on garlanded television sets. Based on an epic poem, this tale of love, war and good triumphing over evil is 15 times longer than the Bible.
10: In Mathura, Kans dethrones his father and takes over the kingdom. To further strengthen his position, he arranges his sister Devaki's marriage with his influential friend Vasudev.
(In Hindi with English subtitles.
Repeated tomorrow at 12.20am on BBC1)
Starring Guy Madison
With a group of men released from the army guardhouse, Miles Archer sets out on an apparently suicidal mission to rescue two women kidnapped by the Cheyenne. But with the expedition on the point of succeeding, one of the women refuses to accompany them.
Director Gordon Douglas
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The Stella Artois Championships from the Queen's Club, London. Further coverage of this afternoon's semi-finals.
John McEnroe is seeded No 3; Ivan Lendi and Stefan Edberg are 1 and 2. Somebody has got to fall at this stage - if they have all reached their allotted places in the draw. Ivan Lendl , desperate to win
Wimbledon, thought he'd finally cracked his grass court hoodoo by defeating Christo van Rensburg in last year's final.
Introduced by Harry Carpenter. Commentary by Dan Maskell
John Barrett and Mark Cox
Producers Johnnie Watherston and Huw Jones
The day's main stories presented by Moira Stuart.
Then Lynette Lithgow reviews the events of the past week, with subtitles for the hard-of-hearing. Followed by Weatherview
A recording of this morning's military spectacle in London, at which Her Majesty the Queen took the salute when the Colour of the 1st Battalion Welsh Guards was trooped to mark the occasion of her official birthday.
Eric Robson describes the scene on Horse Guards Parade as well as the fly-past later by 16 Tornadoes of RAF Strike Command watched by members of the Royal Family from the balcony of Buckingham Palace. Her Majesty is accompanied by HRH the Duke of Edinburgh, Colonel Grenadier Guards;
HRH the Prince of Wales, Colonel Welsh Guards;
HRH the Duke of Kent, Colonel Scots Guards;
HRH the Grand Duke of Luxembourg,
Colonel Irish Guards.
Music played by the Massed
Mounted Bands of the Household
Cavalry and the Massed Bands of the Guards Division.
Entries for the three categories in the BBC Design Awards have been scrutinised by three panels of judges, each led by a world renowned expert in the field - architect Norman Foster , designer and retailer Sir Terence Conran and advertising executive John Hegarty - reducing the original entries down to a shortlist of five in each category - environment, products and graphics. Exhibitions open to the general public can be seen in London, Birmingham, York,
Glasgow, Plymouth and Swansea. Voting coupons will be available at all these venues as well as in the accompanying magazine Design 90. Today, Muriel Gray and product designer Daniel Weil test public reaction in Glasgow. Director Zad Rogers
(BBC Design Awards Exhibitions sponsored by National Power)
* MAGAZINE: Design 90, £4.00, on sale at exhibition venues or by post from [address removed].
* VOTING: closing date is 9 July, and on 22 July the winners will be revealed on BBCtv.
On Saturday Night Clyde this week: the 'Big Noise' of Glasgow's
International Children's Festival gives a chance to rediscover childish things, with a multi-media extravaganza for kids of all ages, including the 'Art Machine', a unique exhibition at the McLellan Gallery, featuring the largest ever gathering of art and design made specifically for children.
Plus Scottish poet-in-exile, Kenneth White , until recently a poet without honour in his own country, now undergoing a period of critical re-appraisal in his own land. There'll be image and imagination from Britain's leading TV graphics school, Duncan of Jordanston in Dundee, and an interview with Matt Forrest , one of its brightest graduates. Plus a film essay on the contradictions of Glasgow, the City of Culture, past and present, and a visit to Europe's largest reference library, the beautiful Mitchell Library in Glasgow.
Clare English, Stuart Cosgrove and Pat Kane report in this last programme of the series. Director Andrea M Miller Producer May Miller
The last time this championship was held at Medinah, the leader after 36 holes was Tom Watson with Ben Crenshaw one shot behind. The eventual winner, in a play-off with John Mahaffey , was Lou Graham. This year Nick Faldo , Severiano Ballesteros and Ian Woosnam lead a strong European challenge, trying to prevent Curtis Strange (USA) win a third consecutive title.
Introduced by Steve Rider.