6.15 The American Indian: Reality and Stereotype 8772784 6.40 Maths: Intermediate Value
Theorem 9618968 7.05 Sodium Chemistry 5173581 7.30
Personality, Development and Learning: Piaget 9624968 7.55 Technology: Marketingthe Micro 5584245 8.20 "Twelfth Night"
Workshop T1250974 8.45 Open Advice: Something for Everyone
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.
7: Mam makes her decision about the rabbit, but it still leaves Jonny with a problem.
Written by Valerie Georgeson
Presented by Jonathon Morris.
Cartoon fun with the babies.
The original nine-part series.
7: In the elections for the school council, Ann Wilson has to find a way to beat the scheming Michael Doyle.
Written and devised by Phil Redmond
Luther Vandross, Roland Orzabal and Chesney Hawkes are among the guests in this fast-moving music magazine.
The south east's political review. Reports by Tim Friend and Jonathan Beale.
With Dougie Donnelly.
12.35 Cricket; 1.00 Motorcycling
1.30 Motor sport; 1.50 Cricket
2.40 Motorcycling; 3.05 Hockey
3.45 Cricket; 4.10 Motorcycling
4.35 Cricket; 5.00 Motorcycling
Somerset v Lancashire
AXA Equity and Law Sunday
League. The new-look Sunday League - with coloured kits and innings of 50 overs - continues with this visit to Taunton.
Somerset, who finished in fifth place a year ago, were without a game in the first round of matches last Sunday. Three-times winners
Lancashire will provide stiff opposition today. Commentary by Jonathan Agnew , Ralph Dellor and Chris Broad.
Action from this first round of the Heat Electric Super Cup from Oulton Park.
Commentary by Barry-Nutley and Roger Burnett.
Ealing v Leicester
AEWHA Cup final from Milton Keynes. Commentary by Barry Davies and Jane Sixsmith.
The third round of the AutoTrader RAC British
Touring Car Championship from Snetterton. Steve Soper won the opening race at
Silverstone, while reigning champion Tim Harvey claimed victory at Donington Park last month. Commentary by Murray Walker.
The winners of yesterday's FA Cup final between Arsenal and Sheffield Wednesday return triumphantly home after the big day at Wembley.
Producer Martin Hopkins
Oasis. This film observes some of the myriad creatures whose lives depend on an oasis, a "desert island" in the Sahara.
Some are permanent castaways, others travel many miles to seek out the precious water. Producer Dilys Breese
A strong currency, political stability and support for
European unity have given
Germany a key role at the heart of Europe. Peter Jay examines how far current pressures may lead the country to give priority to its own national interest. Producer Alison Rooper
Editor Jane Ellison
Last in the series.
Pennies on Their Eyes. For 90-year-olds, death is not a taboo subject. A priest, a soldier, an undertaker and a handywoman recall forgotten rituals of death with compassion and dark humour. Producer Deborah Wignall
Executive producer Ann Paul
The start of a four-week season examining concerns over the workings of the criminal justice system. Through drama, documentaries, features and entertainment, and with a supporting run of feature films, the season takes a broad look at crime and why people commit it, and attempts to discover whether the British legal system delivers justice and if punishment is effective.
Executive producer Elizabeth Clough
8.20pm Confessions In this introductory programme seven people, from a law lord to a police officer, describe how they have seen the criminal justice system fail. Producer Kate Barker
8.30pm Inside the Wig
Who are the men and women with the power to deprive us of our liberty? For the first time a film-maker has been allowed to record the selection and training of judges. The film follows the progress of five new assistant recorders (the most junior rank of judge) through their four-day training course as they grapple with the complexities of sentencing and running a court and learn to "think like a judge".
An Amy Hardie production for BBCtv
Rumpole of the Bailey
Before he became the hero of ITV's long-running courtroom drama, Horace Rumpole made his first television appearance in a BBC1 Play for Today in 1975. John Mortimer reflects on his most famous creation, the crotchety but loveable barrister, and introduces a screening of that ground-breaking drama. Defending a teenager against a seemingly cast-iron charge of attempted murder, Rumpole finds he is less cynical and more involved than he likes to admit.
Producer Irene Shubik
Director John Gorrie
10.20pm-12.10am The Accused
Graphic and disturbing legal drama starring
Jodie Foster , Kelly McGillis Foster gives an Oscar-winning performance as a woman raped by three men in her local bar;
McGillis is the prosecutor who comes to realise that the woman's provocative behaviour should not be allowed to prejudice the case.
Director Jonathan Kaplan
SEE FILMS pages 49-58
Mr Justice Bates:
Cliff Scorpion Albrecht: