6.45 Water for a City: Nottingham
7.10 Culture and Belief in Europe 1450 to 1600
Presented by Brian Curtois.
Highlights of day two and the first appearance of the top ladies' seeds at the championships.
Introduced by Harry Carpenter.
Ascot is England's most fashionable racecourse. A look at what high society was wearing between 1928 and 1934. A Swedish television production
Programmes for schools. Some may be unsuitable for the young.
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds.
Jeni and Gary have an argument. (R)
Simon Mayo continues his exploration of the Christian faith through modern people. Today he looks at Christian love. (R)
It's expected that microelectronics are used to control robots, but what about concert lighting systems or motorcars. (R)
Today: The Hare and the Tortoise.
A story about language and how to use it by Cathy Pellicer. (R)
Search Out Science is a new two-year series aimed at 9- to
1 1-year-olds. In this programme teachers are offered practical suggestions about how to make the best possible use of the unit on communication which deals with the science of light and sound. (R)
A French magazine series for beginners. (R)
A five part drama serial featuring Roger Daltrey 3: Blue Suede Shoes
Buddy finds out about the Beast - but what sort of work Dad does at night remains a worrying mystery. (R)
Twenty programmes to help you read, write and communicate more effectively. 20: Return to Study. Four guests talk about their decision to improve their reading and writing skills.
Presented by Chris Serle. (First shown on BBC
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A science-fiction adventure for under-5s. The Pieman and Piewife return from the seaside to find the Piepilot waiting for the last songpie before his holiday.
2: Rush the deer challenges his fellow bucks for supremacy.
Weather followed by Storytime
Today: Tim Mouse Goes Down the Stream.
(Details on Friday at 10. 45am)
John Craven reports from the Polish countryside.
If the weather is kind, there's almost six hours of live tennis to look forward to. Harry Carpenter and Helen Rollason introduce the BBC's comprehensive coverage, and Sue Mott talks to the players making today's headlines.
3.00pm News and Weather
3.50pm News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
Muriel Gray visits the awards exhibition in Birmingham and discusses the environmental finalists with architect Zaha Hadid. BBC Design Awards Exhibition in association with National Power
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The second of three films about
Camphill, a movement that has challenged conventional mental health care throughout the world. Botton is My Home. Botton village in Yorkshire, founded in 1955, was the first of over 50 such Camphill village communities for adults who are mentally handicapped. John, Michael and Alister were first filmed at Botton over 20 years ago by producer Jonathan Stedall. In this new film he takes up their stories and the story of Botton itself. He finds that another former resident, Shirley, has left the community and is now living alone in a council flat in Scarborough.
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Goodbye Cruel World. Klinger redecorates his quarters to bring home that little bit closer, but only succeeds in making himself the object of ridicule. Meanwhile, the doctors are confused by the reaction of a wounded
Asian-American war hero when he's told that he's to be sent home.
A four-part drama starring Diana Rigg , winner of Bafta Best Actress 1989 and written by Andrew Davies , winner of Bafta Writers Award 1989.
3: 'How long is it going to go on? How long before someone slips up and she finds out?'
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Chief Insp Strachan:
A personal perspective on a current debate.
With Jeremy Paxman.
The Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society's prestigious annual lecture is given by HRH the Princess Royal. A member of the International Olympic Committee, she takes as her theme
'the Olympic Ideal and the Manchester Olympic Bid'. Producer Terry Wheeler
12.00 Evaluating Outcomes
12.25am Vidar's Right - Special Education in Norway