6.35 Culture and Belief in Europe 1450-1600 7.00 Child's Play
7.25 Social Problems and Social
Welfare: Family Centre 7.50 Black Holes 8.15 Women Speaking
9.05 Social Science Foundation
Course 9.55 The Melbury Road Set 10.20 Biology, Form and Function: Flowering 10.45 Maths: Modelling Pollution 11.10 Asian
Rickets: The English Disease 11.35 Quantum Leaps into the Atom
Introduced by Bob Wilson.
1.30 Tennis 1.45 Motor racing
3.45 Tennis 4.30 Golf
Portugese Grand Prix live from Estoril. After today's race there are just three more to decide this year's Formula One Championship. With
Murray Walker and James Hunt.
Epson Grand Prix of Europe from St Pierre Golf and Country Club, Chepstow.
Commentary by Peter Alliss , Bruce Critchley , Alex Hay , Clive Clark and Mike . Hughesdon Tennis
Great Britain v Austria
Davis Cup from Northern Lawn Tennis Club, Manchester.
Austria's Thomas Muster was unbeaten in six Davis Cup singles matches last year.
Britain must end that run if they are to make the World Group of the Davis Cup. With commentary by Bill Threlfall and Mark Cox.
Television presentation (Golf) John Shrewsbury
Producer Martin Hopkins
The season of highlights from The Natural World series continues with the second of two films about the Amazon rainforest. After six months of flooding, the waters drain away to reveal the forest floor once again. Here many creatures from monkeys to turtles take up new homes.
Narrated by Anthony Hopkins. Producer Andrea Florence
A Partridge production for BBCtv 0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
Third of a four-part
Timewatch reassessment of the life and work of former US president Lyndon B Johnson. We Shall Overcome. Johnson had galvanised America with his appeal for racial justice and his vision for a 'Great Society'. But at the same time, he had promised not to send
American troops to Vietnam. Political experts and those who knew him best explain why, without national debate or congressional approval, he expanded a war he had never understood. Johnson's vision for America was about to be overtaken by a full-scale land war in Asia. Final part on Thursday at 9.30pm. Director David Grubin
Series editor Roy Davies
Highlights of the Portuguese
Grand Prix from Estoril. Nigel Mansell's victory in Italy two weeks ago has cut Ayrton Senna 's lead to 18 points. Commentary by Murray Walker and James Hunt. Producer Mark Wilkin
Executive producer Jim Reside
Separated from her zany husband Charlie, Peggy Sue Bodell approaches her high school's 25th class reunion in melancholy mood. In the emotional and evocative company of long-lost friends, she goes into a swoon and wakes up in 1960. Faced with making her choices over again, what would she change and will she marry the man she's about to divorce? Director
Francis Coppola 's witty and provocative study of nostalgia and regret features an Oscar-nominated performance by Kathleen Turner as the time-travelling Peggy Sue.
● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 ● FILMS: pages 43-48
Peggy Sue Bodell:
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The new Australian Sheffield
Shield Champions, Victoria, play the 1991 Britannic
Assurance County Champions in this one-day challenge match. The Victorian side is captained by Simon O'Donnell and includes test players
Merv Hughes and Dean Jones. Tony Lewis introduces highlights of the 50-oversper-side match played at the County Champions' home ground. With commentary by Jack Bannister and Geoffrey Boycott. Television presentation
Mike Adley and Malcolm Kemp
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