6.45 X-rays and Energy Levels
7.10 Continental Crust: Ancient and Modern
Magnus Magnusson presents the fifth heat from the Royal Naval
Engineering College in Plymouth.
Today's specialist subjects are: the Bible; Italian painting - Masaccio to Michelangelo; kings and queens of England, 1066-1485; and the Crusades, 1095-1192. (First shown on BBC
England v India
Richie Benaud introduces highlights of the final day's play in the Cornhill Insurance Test from Old Trafford, Manchester.
(Shown yesterday at 1 1.00pm on BBC
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Her Majesty the Queen recently reopened the Kennet and Avon Canal, restored after years of neglect. John Craven introduces an edition devoted to the future of Britain's canals. Michael Collie reports.
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Tony Lewis and Richie Benaud introduce live coverage of the morning's play from both of today's semi-finals for the NatWest
Commentary by Jack Bannister , Ray Illingworth , Tom Graveney , Geoffrey Boycott and David Acfield.
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What is the secret behind eternal youth and beauty? Cleopatra swore by asses' milk and her handmaidens used mud from the Dead Sea, but today's multi-million pound beauty industry would have you believe it's not quite that simple. Is there an elixir of youth? Producer Neil McDonald Editor Val Atkinson
When Music-Man strikes the gong everything gets going.
With lain Lauchlan and Jane Hardy. Producer Michael Cole (R)
Further coverage through to the finish of today's semi-finals.
1.35 Coverage from both matches.
1.50 Live coverage from one semi-final.
4.00 Live coverage from both matches.
(Live coverage of the other semi-final is at
1.50pm on BBC1).
2.00pm and 3.00pm News and Weather
3.50pm News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
Glasgow. This week Magenta de Vine and Sankha Guha go to
Glasgow, European City of Culture, 1990. The pair discover the secrets of doo-fleeing, liars and ceilidhs.
They also go on the ice with fashion designer Pam Hogg , on the pitch with Rangers' star Mark Walters , up a tower with singer Pat Kane and on the streets with comedian
Craig Ferguson. Where to go, what to do and the Battle of Bannockburn. Director/Producer Caroline Roberts Executive producer Rachel Purnell
A series in which the world of Victorian cooking is re-created.
Dinner. The main meal of the day was eaten at 8 o'clock in formal style. Ruth Mott prepares lamb roasted on a spit and beef cooked in a braising pan. Like most cooks of her generation, she rarely used recipe books. 'You learnt by watching,' she says, 'although if a cook did give you a recipe she usually left out a vital ingredient.' From the garden Harry Dodson provides a cos for Mrs Beeton 's stewed lettuce recipe.
Presented by Peter Thoday. Producer Keith Sheather (R)
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Further live coverage from Zurich, including the men's 800m and the women's mile.
(Highlights on BBCI at 11.55pm)
Gwen Taylor Linus Roache
Doug and Winnie have tried hard to keep their handicapped son Tom 'nice', but when Stephen, a young social worker, takes a professional interest it has tragic consequences.
Written by Lucy Gannon Director Louise Panton Producer Ruth Caleb
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Francine Stock with the background to the day's top stories.
Tonight's show from the Montreux Jazz Festival brings together rhythms from around the world. From Africa comes Youssou
N'Dour, the Senegalese guitarist and singer. From South America comes the tenor Joao Gilberto who sings in bossa nova style. America is represented by folk singer Joan Baez , and the Streichorchestre
Alder Urnaesch plays a traditional Swiss number.
12.00 Sam's Story. Sam has multiple disabilities and is without speech. But she successfully attends a normal secondary school.
12.25 The Approaching
Technology. Stricter pollution controls will mean more electronics for car ignitions.