6.40 Maths: Pi and e
7.05 Elements of Music - Harmony 5671173 7.30 Health Visiting and the Family 9115260 7.55 Discovering 16th-century
Strasbourg 5919937 8.20 The Message of Starlight
8.45 Open Forum
With Philippa Forrester. Phone [number removed]to play the TV game Maggot Moments, Stereo
Feline cartoon adventures.
A serial in 13 episodes, from a story by Joan Eadington.
5: Jonny tries to get his own back on Rita but, as usual, things don't go as planned.
Written by Valerie Georgeson
Presented by Jonathon Morris.
Cartoon fun with the babies.
The original nine-part series.
5: Trisha likes helping out in the biology lab but one lunchtime everything goes wrong.
Written and devised by Phil Redmond
Fast-moving music magazine.
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.
Introduced by Steve Rider
12.35 Rugby league
1.00 Basketball semi-finals
1.45 Rugby union
2.15 Snookerfinal (frames 1-4) Followed by Hockey
Snooker final (frames 5-7) Hockey
And the Basketball final
Embassy World Championship from the Crucible, Sheffield.
Live coverage of the first seven frames of the best-of-35 frame final. Commentary by Ted Lowe , Jack Karnehm and Clive Everton.
Carlsberg Championship finals from Wembley. Semi-final and final action from the annual end-of-season basketball showpiece event.
Commentary by Stuart Storey and Bill Beswick.
Royal Bank of Scotland Hockey Association Cup final from
Milton Keynes. Hounslow are going for a third successive English National Knockout
Club Championship in a repeat of last year's final against
Middlesex rivals Teddington. Commentary by Barry Davies and Ian Taylor.
A look back at yesterday's
Pilkington Cup final between
Leicester - inspired as ever by the Underwood brothers Rory and Tony - and Harlequins, who lost to Bath in extra time last year having won their previous two finals in 1988 and 1991. Commentary by Nigel Starmer-Smith .
Highlights of yesterday's
Wembley encounter between Wigan and Widnes for the Silk Cut Challenge Cup.
Commentary by Ray French .
Producer Martin Hopkins
The ten yachts competing in the British Steel Challenge continue their memorable race around the world. Driving their yachts through appalling conditions, the intrepid amateur crew members race from Hobart to Cape Town.
Julian Pettifer reports on their endeavours to be first boat home on this, the penultimate leg. The final leg, from Cape Town to Southampton, is scheduled to finish in late May. Producer Tony Rayner
With fewer people likely to hold a job for life, Tessa Curtis reports on the rise of contractual, or non-salaried employment. Can Britain reap the economic benefits of a more flexible workforce without creating a new under-class? Producer Frances Weil
Editor Jane Ellison
Stories from the last Victorians and the first Edwardians.
You Win Some, You Lose Some At the beginning of this century, the horse was still king of the road. In this programme, a brigadier and a butcher's boy of the era remember how their love of horseriding and racing was conceived. Virtually born in the saddle, Brigadier Roscoe Harvey rode in the 1928 Grand National, went pig-sticking in imperial India and won distinction in battle; while
Frank Hill recalls, with pride, beating the system by transforming himself from butcher's boy to gentleman jockey. Together with an African gambler and a bookie, they draw us into the exotic and dangerous world of betting and horse racing 70 years ago. The people of that milieu share a passion for the life of action and chance - yet retain an irrepressible charm and an infectious sense of fun.
Producer Ann Paul
Executive producer Peter Salmon
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Series investigating some of the intriguing tales behind important works of art.
Handle with Care. From
Venice to Boston via Madrid, Paris and London, this film charts the extraordinary journey of Titian's masterpiece The Rape ofEuropa. The painting has witnessed the rise and fall of dynasties and survived plague, war and revolution, before ending up the proud possession of one of the most colourful millionaires in the United States, Isabella Stewart Gardner.
Producer/Director Peter Lydon Series editor Keith Alexander
Hendry, White, Parrott, Davis, Wattana, McManus: of the 32 hopefuls who started out in Sheffield over a fortnight ago, only these half-dozen had a realistic chance of survival through to the Final, in most experts' opinions. How has it turned out?
Robert Aldrich directed this adaptation of James Hadley Chase's tough thriller No
Orchids/or Miss Blandish, starring Kim Darby Tony Musante
Kansas City, 1931: kidnapped heiress Barbara Blandish falls prey to the notorious Grissom Gang. But although the one million dollars ransom is paid, Miss Blandish is not released. Subtitled
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