6.40 Pure Maths: Maps
7.05 Designs for Living
7.30 Children's Drawings
7.55 The Changing Experience of Education
8.45 Open Forum
With Philippa Forrester and Toby Anstis. Phone in on [number removed]for a chance to play Maggot Moments. stereo
Animation. Christopher throws mud at a fire.
A 13-part animation.
5: Mr Pheasant volunteers to go back to the farm for Adder.
Fantasy adventure game with Michael Troughton and Tracy-Jane White.
The Turtles track down a thief.
Six-part comedy drama series. 5: Robin serves up some tall tales when he cooks supper.
The fast-moving music magazine visits Take That! in their home town of Manchester.
Cry Wolf Playing with their radios, two young boys inadvertently put International Rescue on a full-scale alert.
The Miracle. A young girl witnesses the fiery death of an alien and believes it was a vision.
The Benson and Hedges Masters from Wembley Conference Centre. The opening match is between
Willie Thorne and Chris Small.
With Dougie Donnelly. A Grand Slam Sports production for BBCtv
The South East region's political review presented by Laurie Mayer. With reports from Tim Friend and Philippa Thomas.
Reports on the week's main political news in the southern region. Presented by Bruce Parker.
A ten-part series on the importance to western society of the values of traditional tribal peoples.
6: An Ecology of Mind. David Maybury-Lewis finds out how the nomadic Gabra of Kenya and the Makuna of the Amazon respect the fragile land on which they live.
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This afternoon's match features John Parrott against
1987 champion Dennis Taylor.
The men's downhill championships at Mount
Takakura injapan. Introduced by David Vine.
Featuring Wales v England and France v Scotland.
Commentary by Bill McLaren , Nigel Starmer-Smith , Eddie Butler and John Jeffrey. Introduced by Chris Rea.
Executive producer Johnnie Watherston
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An animal of endurance and ingenuity, the Arctic fox seems to thrive on the very edge of existence. Only the size of a pet cat, and with a wonderfully well insulated fur coat, the ice fox can survive in 70 degrees of frost and bitter winds that seem to tear the land apart. Tonight's film follows the fortunes of two fox families, revealing triumph and tragedy as they battle to survive another northern year. Narrated by Bob Peck.
Producers Amanda Barrett , Owen Newman Series editor John Sparks
As Russia faces hyperinflation, political impasse and industrial collapse, John Penycate reports on the attempts to privatise the country's dinosaur heavy industries and asks how the west should react to the deepening economic crisis. Producer Rizu Hamid
Editor Jane Ellison
A year in the high-risk life of a venture capital house.
Respectfor the Midland Bank Venture capitalist
Lance Phillips thinks he has found a dream deal. It is a TV and video rental business run over the phone which can undercut prices in high street shops. But will enough other people share his view and back it to the tune of Y 20 million?
Executive producer Richard Reisz Series producer Anne Laking
Series exploring dance as a universal human activity.
Dance Centre Stage. Two forms of theatrical fantasy are compared in tonight's film: classical ballet, such as The Sleeping Beauty, which has travelled the world, and kabuki which remains unique to Japan. Narrator Miranda Richardson.
Director Geoff Duniop
BBC BOOK: L20 from booksellers.
Jeremy Paxman and guests look back at the week's televison.
Editor Anne Tyerman
This new BBC film is the latest
Screen Two collaboration from writer Simon Gray and producer Kenith Trodd. Starring Simon Callow Donald Pleasence Colin Welland
Following the violent death of her parents, an Italian beauty marries and settles in an English village. But the sleepy inhabitants of Meryton are soon roused to desperate passions of their own, with tragic and ludicrous results.
Director Udayan Prasad
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Continued coverage of the Masters, from Wembley Conference Centre. London's
Steve Davis (ranked 4) faces Derbyshire's Nigel Bond
(ranked 9). Bond's attacking style has earned him several victories over twice-Masters
Champion Davis. Presented by Dougie Donnelly.
Television, John Cale , D C
Basehead and Mary Coughlan are the musical guests in the last of the series.
Director Janet Fraser Crook Producer Mark Cooper