6.35 Maths Methods: Line Integrals
7.00 Modern Art: Dali and Surrealism
7.25 Cellular Signals
7.50 Culture and Belief in Europe
8.40 Patterns in the Dust
Prayer.... How to Begin. In the first of three programmes, Dr Una Kroll shares several ways to pray, which can lead to a deeper understanding of who God is.
Noel Battye visits Gatwick
Airport for a time of prayer and reflection with some of those who look after the travellers.
9.55 DNA: The Spice of Life 10.20 Social Science: Regions Apart?
11.10 Looking Forward to Summer School 11.35 Arts: Melodrama
When the lighthouse on the island of Bardsey off the north
Wales coast became automated, keeper Harry Whitehouse was forced to leave a way of life he had known for 35 years.
12.45 Motor Racing
The German Grand Prix from Hockenheim. Live coverage of the whole of the race in which Britain's Nigel Mansell bids to repeat last year's victory and move a step nearer to his first world title. Commentary by Murray Walker and James Hunt. (Highlights tonight at 10.05pm) Cricket: Fourth Test
More action from Headingley. ●STEREO
The start of the boxing competition, with commentator Harry Carpenter covering his tenth Olympics. He has seen Muhammad Ali (1960), Joe Frazier (1964),
George Foreman (1968) and Ray Leonard (1976) all win Olympic gold. In Seoul, the present WBC heavyweight titleholder
Lennox Lewis won gold for Britain. How many potential world champions are on show here in Barcelona?
Plus, shooting, women's gymnastics, and cycling action.
England v Pakistan
Further coverage of today's play from Headingley. • STEREO
Last in this series in which
Alan Titchmarsh makes a musical pilgrimage through the country. Accompanied by the vocal group Angel Voices, he explores the hallowed world of the great British cathedrals. Doing Things Big. This week Alan Titchmarsh meets the massed voices and enthusiasm of great choirs, including the Huddersfield Choral Society and the Morriston Orpheus Male Voice Choir.
Director/Producer Bryan Izzard
A Knaves Acre production for BBCtv
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A rerun of David Attenborough 's series forming The Life Trilogy. The Hunters and the Hunted
A look at the eternal duel between the hunters and the hunted - one of the driving forces of evolution.
Succulent leaves, shoots and roots are an abundant form of food, and all over the world many mammals have adopted a life of browsing, grazing and gnawing. While these vegetarians grow fat on plant food, they in turn are hunted by a variety of meat eaters. As the hunters develop speed and cunning, the prey becomes increasingly fast and wary in order to stay alive.
Producer John Sparks
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Another chance to see this play from 1975, shown as part of a major retrospective of the work of Alan Bennett and his producer Innes Lloyd.
For years Mam and Dad have dreamed of retiring to the seaside at Morecambe. But when they finally make it, they find settling down in their new surroundings much harder than they thought.
Director Stephen Frears
Woman in flats:
First man in teabar:
Second man in teabar:
Man in garden:
Woman in post office:
The Mafia State
When Italy's top anti-Mafia investigator Giovanni Falcone was murdered in May, the nation was stunned. Since then a wave of popular anti-Mafia outrage has swept the country. But, as this special investigation by Olenka Frenkiel reveals, the Mafia is so deeply embedded in the civic fabric of Italy that the state may now be incapable of destroying the Mafia, for to do so would be to destroy itself. Editor John Morrison
Producer John Drury
Highlights of the German
Grand Prix from Hockenheim.
Nigel Mansell was crowned king of Silverstone two weeks ago following his seventh victory in nine races this season. He won at Hockenheim last year and if he can repeat that victory, the possibility of his becoming world champion looks increasingly likely.
Commentary Murray Walker , James Hunt , Jonathan Palmer. Producer Mark Wilkin
Executive producer Jim Reside
The season of cult movies continues with Alex Cox introducing two films, both of which have the theme of religious madness.
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A strange tale of southern gothic by veteran director John Huston , starring
Harry Dean Stanton Ned Beatty
Hazel Motes , the grandson of a hellfire revivalist preacher, returns from army service to his hometown in the bible-belt of southern America to set up the "Church without Christ".
This adaptation of Flannery O'Connor 's novel features a performance by Huston himself.
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Sabbath Lily Hawks:
Michael Reeves's last film, made in 1968 when he was in his 20s, was this controversial study of violence and suspicion, starring Vincent Price, Ian Ogilvy, Rupert Davies
1645: the infamous witchhunter Matthew Hopkins roams the country torturing and executing those suspected of witchcraft. Shot on location in some of Britain's most beautiful countryside, it is not a film for the squeamish.
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Moviedrome producer Nick Freand Jones