Physics: Electrons and Photons
Some of Daytime on Two is aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the young.
A ... for Airway. A guide to emergency first aid presented by Dr Alan Maryon Davis. (R)
Dr Alan Maryon
Teachers' programme. Find out all about the new science drama series
Thinkabout Science for 5- to 6-year-olds (Monday 11.22am and Wednesday 9.45am). Presented by Kate Bellingham. Director Bill Locke
Producer Frank Flynn
What are elderly people's needs - and who should help meet them? (R)
Badger Girl. 1: Sounds in the Night.
New series. Living the Fishing. Hi-tech Hunters.
Peterhead is Scotland's biggest white fish port. But are there enough cod and haddock in the sea for all the fishermen who want to catch them?
Presented by John Urquhart.
Health Education. Skin and Hair.
1: Young Hamburgers introduce themselves at the start of this multi-media two-year GCSE course in German.
Where do you live?
1: Island Life. John Carmichael from Islay introduces his native island.
The start of a 10-part series investigating design and technology. Dilly Bellingham and Mat Irvine challenge you to design a room of your own.
Getting In (1). Arabella needs money. (R)
Whose English? A series on the English language. Actors Bob Hoskins and Robbie Coltrane , TV presenter Samantha Meah and pupils talk about accents and dialects. (R)
Animation narrated by Nick Mercer and Stella Goodier. (R)
Weather followed by Words and Pictures
Mr Wolf's Week
A preview of this weekend's
Open University programmes.
Helen Rollason presents a triple bill of events to mark the return of Friday's sports showcase.
Great Britain v France
Coverage of the Davis Cup tie from Queen's Club, London.
Commentary Dan Maskell ,
John Barrett , Mark Cox , Paul Hutchins.
Further coverage of the Suntory World Match Play Championship from Wentworth.
Commentary Peter Alliss , Bruce Critchley , Alex Hay , Clive Clark , Mike Hughesdon.
2.40 Mail on Sunday 3-year-old Series Handicap Stakes (1m 2f)
3.10 Haynes, Hanson and Clark Stakes (1m)
3.40 Jock Collier Memorial
Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Julian Wilson and Jimmy Lindley. Producer Mark Wilkin Editor Philip Bernie
Regional News and Weather
The Final (part 1). With past winners including Radu Lupu , Murray Perahia and (most recently)
Vladimir Ovchinnikov , Leeds has become one of the world's foremost contests. Almost 80 entrants started: six remain.
Tonight, live from Leeds Town Hall, the first three finalists will each play a concerto with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, conductor Simon Rattle. Presented by Michael Berkeley with comment from pianist Paul Crossley. Director Ron Isted
Executive producer Jonathan Fulford
(Competition sponsored by Harveys of Bristol) (Tomorrow: part 2 and the results)
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Starring Tom Baker as Tom (a software agent)
What will television actually be like when every set is a supercomputer individually responsive to its user? Written by Douglas Adams, author or The Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Hyperland is one guess as to what might happen when television and computers interbreed.
TRENDS: page 75
Tom (a software agent):
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Judge James Pickles. Lord Hailsham described him as an obscure and absurd judge. Some admire him for his stand on sentencing and his frankness when dealing with the legal system. In the last of the series Pickles puts his own case. Producer Michael Davies
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With Francine Stock.
Alan Rusbridger of The Guardian reviews the week's press coverage. A Granada production for BBCtv
Harry Carpenter with highlights.
A season of psychological thrillers.
Where Danger Lives
Robert Mitchum , Faith Domergue When a beautiful and mysterious woman is admitted to hospital, a dedicated young doctor is assigned to attend her. But when romance blossoms he is drawn into a dangerous world.
Director John Farrow
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