Presented by Brian Curtois.
A repeat of last night's highlights of the fourth day of the championships. Introduced by Harry Carpenter.
The press photographers of 1929 to 1934 record the English countryside of their day.
With in-vision subtitles for hearing-impaired children.
It's expected that microelectronics are used to control robots, but what about lighting systems and motorcars?
Today: Tim Mouse Goes Down the Stream. Tim Mouse and Mr Brown the hedgehog get a message by bottle from Willy Frog to say he has been captured by rats. They set out to the rescue on Tim's raft.
Presented by Johnny Morris.
A Ragdoll production for BBCtv
How the expansion of worldwide tourism has led to an increase in the exploitation of children in the Third World.
A French magazine series for beginners. (R)
Suggested solutions to the mystery of the white powders posed on Monday at 11.40am. (R)
Last of a five-part drama serial featuring Roger Daltrey.
Buddy's plan to reunite his parents and to stop his dad's thieving goes disastrously wrong. (R)
What is it like growing up in Britain for teenagers whose parents are of different races? Binkieuudo Affia, half Nigerian, half British, asks this and other questions on racial mixing between teenagers. (R)
Simon Mayo concludes his exploration of the Christian faith. We live in a multi-faith, pluralistic society, but many people have a view on who Jesus is or was. (R)
How to make your own animated cartoon. (R)
Green Claws is back and practising his dancing. There's a party tonight and Claws is in charge of the 'afters'. Disaster strikes, but Owlma and the Riddle Tree save the day. (R)
A re-examination of some of the ways of talking together explored in previous programmes. (R)
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds. (R)
A preview of this weekend's
Open University programmes.
The world's finest tennis tournament moves a step nearer to the quarter-finals today. Helen Rollason introduces the live coverage and rounds up all this afternoon's results.
Commentators: Dan Maskell , John Barratt , Mark Cox , Virginia Wade , Ann Jones , Pam Shriver ,
Bill Threlfall , Paul Hutchins and John Alexander.
3.00pm News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
A look back at the events of the week as they were reported in the national press.
A Granada TV production for BBCtv
Last in the series.
Saving the Ozone Layer: a Profitable Business?
Environment ministers from 56 nations have been meeting in London this week to review the Montreal Protocol - an international agreement to phase out the chlorofluorocarbon gases, or CFCs, acknowledged to be destroying the earth's ozone layer. The world's major producers of CFCs are fast developing substitute gases which are claimed to be ozone friendly. Billions of pounds are at stake and experts believe this is distorting priorities. Public Eye asks whether the need for business profitability is preventing the development of cheaper and environmentally safer alternatives. With Peter Taylor and ian Breach. Producer Geoff Griffiths Editor Nigel Chapman
Dealing with pernicious weeds, selecting and growing the increasingly popular hardy geraniums or cranesbills and jobs for the week from Barnsdale. Plus a report on gardening for the blind.
With Geoff Hamilton , Nigel Colborn and Pippa Greenwood.
Executive producer Stephanie Silk Editor Dennis Adams
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This week there's girlfriend trouble for Siadwel, the things that every good driver should know and Nesbitt with his thoughts on the Glasgow Garden Festival. Featuring Gregor Fisher , Andy Gray , Helen Lederer , Tony Roper , Elaine C Smith , Jonathan Watson and John Sparkes.
Director/Producer Colin Gilbert (R)
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Six films about artists struggling for the future of their homelands, often facing opposition.
Israel. As the political turmoil in Israel grows, the clear voices of writers and thinkers - like best selling author A B Yehoshua - become increasingly important. The 1967 war forced Yehoshua to confront his responsibility as a writer and to articulate through his characters the dilemmas of his nation. His conclusions about how to achieve peaceful co-existence with the Palestinians are immensely unpopular with his government, but perhaps, as a much-loved writer, his voice can be heard above the clamour of politicians. Producer Jill Evans
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When Am / a We? What is the 'risky shift'? Who wins the 'skunk unit shoot-out'?
Why is sex so difficult? This series boldly goes where few minds have gone before and takes you safely back again.
It explores radical ideas which challenge the apparent certainties of our universe.
Narrated by Bob Peck. Director Steven Billinger (R)
In the Soviet Union the monolith of one-party rule is crumbling - and now the once all-powerful
Communist Party may be about to split. On the eve of the historic 28th Soviet Communist Party Congress, Jeremy Paxman presents Newsnight from Moscow, where Gorbachev and his rivals are battling for power.
And in London Donald MacCormick and Francine Stock bring you the other top stories of the day - from home and abroad.
Starring Rudolf Hrusfnsky Vlastimil Brodsky Frantisek Rehák
In a sleepy Czech provincial town at the turn of the century
Antonin Dura runs a small riverside bathing establishment.
With his friends Abbe Roch and Major Hugo he leads a quiet, complacent existence until the arrival of the tightrope walker Arnostek and his beautiful assistant Anna.
Director and writer Jin Menzel takes a wry, affectionate look at the foibles of human nature in this humorous story full of nostalgia for the lost summers of long ago.
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