Action from the men's quarter-finals introduced by Harry Carpenter.
Another edition of the entertainment magazine show from America.
Animated adventures of a boy called Harry and his little friend, the Thundercloud.
Live coverage of the first morning's play in the third
Cornhill Insurance Test match from Old Trafford. Commentary by Richie Benaud ,
Ray Illingworth , Geoffrey Boycott , Jack Bannister and Asif Iqbal. Introduced by Tony Lewis. ● SPORT: page 12
Tennis action on ladies' semi-finals day, live from the All England Club. Introduced by Desmond Lynam , with Barry Davies talking to the winners. Commentary by John Barrett , Ann Jones and Virginia Wade. ● STEREO
2.00pm News; Weather
Followed by Westminster Live
Today's events in Parliament.
3.50pm News; Weather and Regional News; Weather
Further live coverage of the tennis and of the Third Test. Plus live athletics action from the Stockholm Grand Prix where Roger Black ,
Kriss Akabusi , Colin Jackson, Tony Jarrett and Sally Gunnell all look for good performances in the build-up to Barcelona.
Commentary by David Coleman , Stuart Storey , Paul Dickenson.
Shadow Hunters. In the fantastic sea caves of southern
Thailand, men swing from ropes of liana hundreds of feet above the sea, and inch their way up rickety scaffolds of bamboo to the darkest recesses of the caves. Their prize is worth more than its weight in gold - the nests of cave swiftlets, used to make birds' nest soup. Eric Valli 's film tells the story of this unique and hazardous way of life.
BBCtv presentation Pelham Aldrich-Blake ● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 ● NATURE: page 18
This week's programme visits Sorrento and discovers a bit of France in Britain. Matthew
Collins takes a mystery tour and Penny Junor offers advice on holiday horrors. With Carol Smillie and Paddy Haycocks. Series producer Rachel Hebditch Executive producer Tony Moss
● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 ● BBC HOLIDAYS MAGAZINE carries profiles of the places visited by the Travel Show, 1.40, from newsagents
A series of modern fables using archive material, clips from feature films, cartoons and home movies to explore the social and cultural impact of 20th-century science.
Goodbye Mrs Ant. In the years after the war, America was a continent plagued with insects that destroyed crops and carried diseases like malaria. The arrival of chemicals like
DDT relieved the grinding poverty of life on the land for millions of people, and scientists became the heroes of the hour. In the endless battle for survival, human beings seemed to have gained mastery for the first time. Then in 1968 DDT was put on trial in a mid-western courtroom. Some scientists argued that it was wrong to control nature and they became the heroes of the new environmental movement. Tonight's programme looks at the strange things that happen when science is used to justify social and political change, and raises serious questions about our present attitude to nature. Producer Adam Curtis
Executive producer Edward Mirzoeff * TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
Presented by James Cox.
England v Pakistan
Highlights of the first day's play from Old Trafford, introduced by Richie Benaud.
Television presentation Alan Griffiths Executive producer Keith Mackenzie ● STEREO
12.00 Weekend Outlook: a preview ofOU programmes.
12.05 A Vulnerable Life