6.45 Discovering Physics: Vibrations of Music
7.10 Information Technology for You
Presented by Brian Curtois.
Programmes for schools. Some may be unsuitable for the young.
How do you assess one 5-year-old child, let alone a class of 27? (R)
Series for 4- and 5-year-olds. (R)
8: This week a yacht that's as easy to sail as driving a car. (R)
The central role of counting in numerous processes from running supermarkets to computer art. (R)
Today: Oscar Got the Blame.
A re-examination of previous programmes. (R)
A programme for teachers to accompany the new Science Challenge series. (R)
Community work in Sunderland. (R)
More harm than heroin. A look at the problems of juvenile drinkers.
18: Finding written information. (R) * CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Science-fiction for under-5s. (R)
Wildlife drama about a young fawn.
Weather followed by Storytime
Today: Bear's Shadow.
John Craven reports on the launch of National Bat Week which aims to undo the misconceptions surrounding the humble bat and to redress the balance of their unpopularity which has led to many species becoming endangered.
The Organ Builder. Whether it's a tremolo or the principal of the golden section, the organ maker makes music of it.
Barry Norman previews upcoming summer releases including Back to the Future III and the Warren Beatty thriller Dick Tracy and talks to Woody Allen about his latest film Crimes and Misdemeanors.
Naseby. A personal appeal by Bryan McNerney that the battlefield should be spared from development by the Ministry of Transport. (R)
Continuing the coverage of the second day of this traditional summer occasion.
4.20 Royal Hunt Cup (Handicap. 1m).
The great gamble of the week - 30 horses spread wide across the straight mile.
Introduced by Julian Wilson with commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Jimmy Lindley and John Hanmer. (Highlights tonight at 11.55pm on BBC1)
Starring Katharine Hepburn
Pamela Thistlewaite , campaigner for women's rights, faces ruin when a divorce case threatens to reveal her closely guarded secret.
Director Mark Sandrich
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David Vincent (Roy Thinnes) captures proof of the alien invasion - a flying saucer. (R)
An electro-pop bonanza. Producer Neil Ferris (R)
Thomas Flanagan. In the last of the series, the Irish-American novelist and critic explores the landscapes that have informed his writing. Producer David Hammond
Fifty Shades of Orange. The first of three programmes about the Camphill movement, which was started by a group of refugees fleeing from the Nazis and which now challenges mental health care worldwide. Jonathan Stedall returns to the Camphill community in Aberdeen where he made a Bafta
Award winning documentary in 1967, and meets up again with Peter, who as an autistic child displayed an extraordinary sense of colour. Writer/Producer Jonathan Stedall
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Lend a Hand. Hawkeye (Alan Aida ) and Dr Borelli (Robert Alda) find they are perfect partners. (R)
A four-part drama starring Diana Rigg , winner of Bafta Best Actress 1989 and written by Andrew Davies, winner of Bafta Writers Award 1989.
2: 'Traitor. Traitor. I can't.... all those years. And you - traitor.'
Based on the book by Domini Taylor Director Simon Langton Producer Ken Riddington 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
A personal perspective on a current debate.
With Jeremy Paxman.
The distinguished American broadcaster talks to environmental scientist Jessica Tuchman Mathews.
A short run of comedy monologues. Nine Lives starring Andrew Bailey. A suspicious message in a bottle could be a practical joke or is it a death threat?
Written by John Dowie and Andrew Bailey
12.25 Materials in Action