6.40 UnderstandingSpace and Time 7.05 Maths: Catastrophe Theory 7.30 The Founding of the Royal Society 7.55 A Level Playing Field 8.20 Oceanography: Waves
8.45 Statistics: Testingfor
Telepathy 9.10 Social Problems and Social Welfare 9.35 A Suitable
Place to Have a Baby? 10.00 Santo Spirito : a Renaissance Church 10.25 Engineering Mechanics 10.50 Design or Decline 11.15 Rich Mathematical Activities (Teletext) 11.40 Aspects of Effectiveness 12.05The
American Political Process 12.30 Livingwith Technology 12.55 Culture and Belief in Europe
1450-16001.20 Empires of the Mind 1.45 Acropolis Now 2. 10
Bangkok: a City Speaks - Bangkok is the latest economic success story of the Far East. But the implications of this success on the surrounding environment could prove to be very serious. 2.35 Exams: a Curious Kind of Ritual
Tense drama starring Yul Brynner
A group of foreigners stranded in Hungary during the 1956 uprising are detained within sight of the border by a charming but dedicated Russian officer who suspects that one of them is a Hungarian in disguise.
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Coverage of the closing stages in the third round of the PGA
British Masters from the Duke's Course at Woburn.
Reigning champion Severiano Ballesteros faces tough opposition from a strong field including Sandy Lyle , recent winner of the Italian Open, and Nick Faldo , who have both won this title in recent years.
Commentary by Peter Alliss , Clive Clark , Bruce Critchley ,
Alex Hay and Mike Hughesdon. Executive producer John Shrewsbury
Documentary series about the hidden world of science.
A Question of Doping. In 1990, the British show jumping team returned from Dublin, celebrating victory in the Nations Cup. But their glory was short-lived when one of the horses failed a drugs test and the trophy and prize money had to be returned. The first female president of the Dublin Show, Professor
Dervilla Donnelly , talks about the problems of drugs testing. Director Nick Mirsky Producer Hendrik Ball • STEREO
With Chris Lowe.
Followed by Weather
The environmental issues facing the world seen through the eyes of seven children from seven very different countries. In a surrealistic fairground, they go on rides that symbolise the world's problems. With additional documentary footage and special visual effects this is an unusual view of how to begin saving the planet. Executive producer Peter Wagg A TBS production for One World
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Young environmentalists report from around the world. Twenty-three-year-old
John Munyes , a Turkana pastoralist from Kenya, makes the case for preserving the nomadic way of life of his people. Producer David Jay
A Hawkshead/TVE production for BBCtv
Topical comedy quiz show. * STEREO
As part of the Commissions and Collaborations season, this series of short films, shows the diversity of British dance today. Belinda Neave sheds her pointe shoes to take an improvised journey at breakneck speed. Director Peter Mumford
The Dance House series is a Dancelines production for BBCtv
A Late Show special reviewing the life and work of the Belgian surrealist artist, who is the subject of a major exhibition at London's Hayward Gallery. Producer Roland Keating
The winner of this year's Grand Prize at Cannes for films on music continues the series.
China Rocks: the Long March of Cuijian. Cuijian has been called the Bob Dylan of China, a comparison that does not do justice to the power of his music. His song Nothing to My Name was an anthem for the students in Tiananmen Square. Director Greg Lanning ; Producer H 0 Nazareth A Penumbra production for BBCtv • STEREO
Comedy starring Steve Martin
When an eccentric heiress dies, her soul inhabits her lawyer.
Director Carl Reiner
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Alex Cox's offbeat cult movie, starring Emilio Estevez, Harry Dean Stanton
Otto, an average American kid, joins a car repossession company.
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