6.45 Elements Organised - the Periodic Table 9644383 7.10
Biology: Regulation and Control 5132234 7.35 Geology: Inside Volcanoes
Note: repeats are not indicated.
Fourth programme in a series on contemporary Spain for students of advanced Spanish.
Featuring a photographer and a construction planner.
An accident sets off a chain of events.
Mr Boom finds games which involve counting.
Changes in society's attitudes towards women during this century.
F2 to B4
Can the secret agents be exchanged for Matilda?
Locks and Box
A square may save Sam and Rick.
Today, Glob's boat is launched at the source of the River Bann in Northern Ireland. (Stereo)
Today, the pitfalls of tourism in Sierra Leone.
Jonathan Butler visits his home church in Cape Town.
Sports which are propelled by natural forces.
Your views on schools television. (Stereo)
Craig Charles advises young people to discover who they are. (Stereo)
Helping children's understanding of the media.
by Rudyard Kipling. Today:
The Elephant's Child.
Buzzy Bee and Friends
The King picks strawberries instead of doing his royal duties.
Today, graphic design in a TV commercial.
Followed by You and Me
Today, Warkworth Castle,
With signing and subtitles.
Followed by Westminster Live
Live coverage from the House of Commons.
Regional News; Weather
4.10 Festival Stakes (1 m 2f)
Famous people revisit favourite northern haunts. Today, Peter Levy meets Fred Trueman.
Yorkshire and the Brontes. A journey to the moorlands and houses which provided settings for the Bronte sisters' novels.
How did they become such fine writers?
Including reviews of Passenger 57, starring Wesley Snipes , and Jack the Bear, with Danny DeVito.
Light-hearted western starring Charles Frank
Ben Maverick's life as a footloose gambler is accidentally jinxed by an old poker player, in this sequel to The New Maverick, which in turn was a revival of the early 60s TV series.
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The second of three programmes which aim to uncover the truth by asking professionals what they would do in an imaginary scenario.
Law Rules OK? How far should police and lawyers go to win a case? Representatives of both are cross-examined on how they would handle each stage of an imaginary rape case. Producer Juliet Winstone
Delia Smith guides you through her new collection of summer recipes, and demonstrates how best to exploit the fresh produce available.
All the World Loves an Ice-Cream. For those who prefer to make their own, Delia has some tempting recipes, including a nougatine variety served with a compote of summer fruits, coconut with lime syrup, and cooling ice-cream sodas. Plus advice on choosing an ice-cream maker. Producer Caroline Hawkins
Executive producer Frances Whitaker A Hawkshead production for BBCtv
BBC BOOK: 140 recipes forthe summer, beautifully illustrated, including recipes from the series. £14.99
SEE RECIPE page 17
Offbeat American science-fiction series starring Scott Bakula
A Single Drop of Rain. Sam has leapt into the life of Billy Beaumont , a travelling rain-maker. His mission is to save a marriage.
Rape. Is there anything to be gained from survivors of rape meeting convicted rapists? By bringing together Jane and Paul, this film attempts to find out. Jane was raped in her house by an intruder nine years ago, yet only today is she able to discuss her horrific ordeal. Paul is serving two life sentences for rape. He has recently moved to Grendon Underwood prison, the only prison in the country with a special psychotherapeutic regime. The film chronicles the therapy he is receiving there and the effect the difficult encounter has on both parties. Director Ben Fox
Series editor Paul Watson
Live magazine of arts, media and culture.
How to switch your college mid-degree, an illuminating talk from astronaut
Helen Sharman , and Edinburgh, a city of the Enlightenment.