6.15 British and American History: Development of the Gun Industry 1249215 6.40 Pure Maths: Fourier
Coefficients 4398437 7.05
Education: Old Dog, New Trick 6829586 7.30 Working Mothers 7122654 7.55 Design and Innovation: Gallium Arsenide 5672741 8.20 Antony and Cleopatra: Workshop
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Feline cartoon adventures.
A serial in 13 episodes, from a story by Joan Eadington.
3: Jonny and Humphrey think they've found a black hole. Written by Valerie Georgeson
Cartoon fun with the babies.
The original nine-part series. 3: Judy Preston is threatened by the school bullies.
Written and devised by Phil Redmond
Cartoon misadventures. (Repeat)
Today's guests include chart-topper Chesney Hawkes and rock band Little Angels.
Discussion of the week's main political news in the region. Presented by Bruce Parker.
The south east region's political review presented by Laurie Mayer.
John Craven presents the latest countryside stories and up-to-date coverage of rural issues, plus at 12.58 the weather for the week ahead.
Introduced by Helen Rollason from Birmingham.
1.05 Snooker; 1.35 Gymnastics
2.25 Snooker; 2.40 Gymnastics
3.35 Snooker; 3.55 Gymnastics
World Championships from Birmingham. A week of top class gymnastics ends today with the last five individual apparatus finals. Romanian
Lavinia Milosovici won the floor exercise at the Barcelona
Olympics with a magnificent routine. She should be in contention for gold once again in what is traditionally the show-stopping discipline in any tournament. The women's beam competition is also held, while six-times Olympic gold medallist Vitaly Scherbo will be the man to beat in the vault, parallel bars and high bar.
Commentary by Barry Davies , Mitch Fenner and Christine Still.
Embassy World Championship from the Crucible Theatre.
Sheffield. The second day of play sees 1991 World champion John Parrott in first round action against
Irishman Stephen O'Connor , the world amateur champion.
Jimmy White won his first UK professional title this season and later, he completes his first round match against Northern Ireland's Joe Swail , one of the discoveries of the season.
Commentary by Ted Lowe ,
Jack Kamehm and Clive Everton.
Highlights of the ADT County Championship final between Yorkshire and defending champions Lancashire. Plus news from around the country, including the Heineken League in Wales.
Executive producer Johnnie Watherston
The Burning Question. Is fire always a destroyer, or can it play a vital role in the economy of nature? In 1988 a raging forest fire devastated
National Park. But was it the catastrophe it seemed at the time? This film suggests that we may ha ve lost sight of fire as a rejuvenating force of nature. TV presentation Pelham Aldrich-Blake Series editor John Sparks
Highlights of today's race from Greenwich to Westminster.
Editor Dave Gordon
Personal recollections of the 20th century from Britain's oldest citizens.
I Married a Stranger. "I'd never seen a man like that before, naked, and I wanted to hide in the wardrobe." Nothing in Dorothy Spencer 's upbringing prepared her for the shocking intimacy of her wedding night. For the Edwardians, marriage was a terrifying lottery of ignorance and fear.
Five 90-year-olds tell the story of how they married virtual strangers, yet found happiness against all the romantic odds. Producer Jenny Abbott
Executive producer Ann Paul
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The Belomor Canal was the first large-scale slave-labour project of the Gulag
Archipelago, built by actors, poets and priests as well as criminals: 120,000 people are thought to have died in its making. This film tells the hidden story of The Opening of the Belomor Canal by the feted Soviet artist
Dmitri Nalbandyan , a painting notorious not only for what it depicts - Stalin and his henchmen at the inauguration - but for what it leaves out: the men and women who worked, and died, on the canal. Director David Jeffcock
Series editor Keith Alexander
Not a Bad Girl. Brenda Fassie is South Africa's answer to
Madonna. A black singer for black people, she is streetwise, outrageous and aiming to be an international star. With her new album I'm Not a Bad Girl, this Arena special shows
Brenda Fassie in performance and meets the musicians and media-manipulators working with her in an ever-changing South Africa.
A Southern Filmworks production for
Francis Coppola 's witty and provocative study of nostalgia starring Kathleen Turner
At a high-school reunion, Peggy Sue Bodell faints and wakes up in 1960. Faced with making her choices over again, what would she change and will she marry the man she's about to divorce?
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Peggy Sue Bodell:
Highlights from this evening's first-round matches.