Cancer: Some of the Options
Presented by Magnus Magnusson. (First shown on BBC
Shamrock V. The best remaining example of the 'J' class yachts and one of the loveliest sailing ships built, Shamrock is the largest single-masted vessel in the world. She was originally commissioned by the millionaire Sir Thomas Lipton in the early 1930s in his final attempt to win the Americas' Cup for Britain. Now she has been restored by an Italian millionaire. Narrated by Tom Salmon. Director David Mitchell
Producer Brian Hawkins (R)
England v India
Richie Benaud introduces highlights of the fourth day's play from Lord's.
A chance to see Clean Slate, the education magazine programme, with sign language and subtitles.
England v India
Tony Lewis introduces live coverage of the morning's play on the final day of the First Test from Lord's.
State Museum Kroller Mailer
The museum concentrates on the personal collection of Mrs Kroller
Müller who lived in the St Hubertus hunting lodge. Famed for its
Van Gogh collection, the museum also includes works by Mondrian, Van der Leek, Picasso and many others. There are examples of classic art as well as a splendid collection of Chinese porcelain. The museum also features Europe's largest sculpture park with masterpieces by Rodin, Moore, Lipchitz and Volten. Director/Producer Willy Landwer
A Radio Netherlands Television production
Trader Jones wants to prepare a feast for all his friends.
Animation with the voices of Michael Williams , John Wells and Barbara Leigh-Hunt . Producer Ivor Wood (R)
Cricket: First Test
England v India
Tony Lewis introduces further coverage of the final day's play in the Cornhill Insurance Test Series from Lord's.
Racing: Glorious Goodwood
Featuring the William Hill Stewards' Cup and the significant St Leger trial, the Gordon Stakes.
2.30 California Wine Stakes
3.10 Gordon Stakes (1'/2m)
3.45 William Hill Stewards' Cup (Handicap. 6f)
4.15 Oak Tree Stakes (7f).
Introduced by Julian Wilson with reports from Jonathan Powell.
Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Jimmy Lindley and John Hanmer. Producer Bob Duncan
2.00pm and 3.00pm News and Weather
3.55pm News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
Framed for an army pay-roll robbery, Lieutenant Duke Halliday pursues the real culprit across the Mexican border to recover the cash and clear his name.
Director Don Siegel
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A classic USA comedy starring Phil Silvers.
Sergeant Bilko takes first prize on a quiz show.
What is the truth about African contributions to world history and civilisation? Why have the facts been distorted until now? And what does a new generation that's black, proud and British do about it?
This week Hear-Say pits the young ones against the elders and scholars - with rapper Black Radical Mk II, Jocelyn Barrow of the Broadcasting Standards
Council, Cambridge don Professor Martin Bernal and USA photo-historian Wayne Chandler. Presented by Jacqui Harper and Colin Charles. Producer Colin Prescod
Executive producer Terry Jervis
The second of five programmes by wildlife film-makers from around the world.
Shark Bay. Monkey Mia 's dolphins are understandably a world-famous tourist attraction, but Shark Bay is home to many other rare and unusual, bizarre and beautiful western Australian animals.
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Alexei Sayle takes a crazed and comic look at life.
Margaret Drabble - the Hard Way
With Angus Deayton , Tony Millan , Jan Ravens , Owen Brenman ,
Felicity Montagu , Julian Pettifer , Jim Sweeney and Mark Williams. Director/Producer Marcus Mortimer (R)
The first of four programmes tracing the epic rise and fall of science and technology in China, from ancient times to the present day.
The Price of Harmony. Ancient
China invented the compass, the clock, gunpowder, printing and even deep drilling for natural gas.
With these and other powerful tools the Celestial Empire could have dominated the world. In 1406 the Ming emperor's giant junks actually reached the Persian Gulf and Africa. But then they withdrew, into the stability of the world's greatest civilisation . The price of harmony was stagnation and ultimate destruction.
Producer John Merson
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First in a series of short, imaginative dramas.
Crime in the City. Roger Daltrey plays a top hit-man hired to make an unusual killing. Based on a story by Frederick Forsyth. 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
With Donald MacCormick.
England v India
Richie Benaud introduces highlights of the final day's play from Lord's.
The Art of Commerce: Between Gods and Men
Colin Cunningham suggests that
5th-century temple rebuilding was an acknowledgment and acceptance of two contradictory impulses in human nature - the rational and the irrational.