6.45 Understanding Space and Time: Mr Galileo Was Correct
4104212 7.10 Rural Life 1: Image and Reality 7410721 7.35
Technology: Strike a Light
Note: repeats are not indicated.
For advanced science students.
Dr Edwin Land, inventor of Polaroid, demonstrates a theory on colour vision.
Including episode six of Barty and the Moonman.
Pirates searching for treasure estimate map angles.
Mr Archimedes's bath keeps overflowing.
Can the Ghostwriter team find the identity of Stoopdude? (Stereo)
In Hindi. (Stereo)
11.05am Q and A
A chance to air your views on all aspects of schools television. (Stereo)
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A look at ancient Egyptian gods, and temples, tombs and treasures. (Stereo)
Fashion week and teenage styles in Munich.
A look at changes in British society, 1750-1851. (Stereo)
Jonathan Raper traces the Camargue, the Rhone's delta, to its source in the Swiss Alps. (Stereo)
Why equal rights and opportunities are not always legally enforceable. (Stereo)
First of three programmes on equal opportunities.
How can employers recruit staff fairly to avoid racial discrimination?
Support Material: handbook, price Â£5.00, and trainers' notes, Â£5.00, available from [address removed] Details of video can be obtained from BBC Education [number removed]).
Low and slow music to suit Saturn, the "bringer of old age". (Stereo)
Topical welfare rights magazine with Helen Madden and Andrew Miller.
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Followed by Westminster Live
Live coverage of Prime Minister's questions.
Presented by lain Macwhirter and John Cole.
Regional News; Weather
Midland Bank World Bowls championship, from the Guild Hall, Preston.
Porridge the Scottish way and lemon meringue pie.
Fast-paced western about Wyatt Earp 's arrival as law enforcement officer in the wild and lawless town of Wichita.
Director Jacques Tourneur • SEE FILMS pages 39-46
Time and Sunbathing. Claymation from Hungary.
Rotten Boroughs. The London Borough of Lambeth has launched an inquiry into allegations of massive contract fraud. But 19 other London councils are, or have been, under investigation for fraud or corruption. Fiona Bruce reports. Producer Helen Wilkinson
Editor Mike Flood Page REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Magazine series taking an offbeat look at ski-ing.
The French extreme skiers attempt a dangerous Alpine descent, and there's film of an avalanche near the Matterhorn.
Muriel Gray meets the Osmond boys on the slopes of Salt Lake City; her chalet guests are TV presenter Paul Morley and racer Ronald "Boris" Duncan.
Director Hamish Barbour
Producer Angus Lamont
A Gallus Besom production for BBCtv
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An assessment of the Citroen
Xantia, new challenger in the family saloon market, a visit to a kart meeting to see how pre-teen racers learn the art, and a report on the Claret and Classic Rally, which involves a tour of French wine chateaux.
Producer Ken Pollock
Executive producer Dennis Adams
Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders pay comic homage to The Silence of the Lambs and give a preview of a new blockbustingjackie Collins mini-series Lucky Bitches.
Director Bob Spiers ; Producer Jon Plowman
Last in a series of critical films.
Pandemic. Aids has radically changed the way some doctors practice medicine. Thailand's philosophy of "harm reduction" may have come too late for millions, but in Australia pioneering Aids work with young street people has been strikingly successful.
Producers Susan Lambert. Stefan Moore Series producers Martin Freeth. Stefan Moore
John Goodman drops in on the cult US comedy show.
This Scottish edition features
Rab C Nesbitt and the only
British performances of Peter Brook 's controversial new work Impressions de Pelléas.
Weekend viewing from the OU. (Rptdtomorrowat2.15pm)
Accurate measurements are essential in industry.