6.45 Energy and Rockets
7.10 Biology: The Breath of Life 3416053 7.35 Geology ofthe Alps(l)
A photo-documentary on Stalin's Russia.Today the Ojrot people gain their-independence.
A 40 Min utes programme that looked at life on a NHS hospital waiting list. Subtitled
Note: repeats are not indicated.
Living in the Swat Valley. Urdu version.
The importance of the magic words "please" and "thank you".
Women's efforts to get into male dominated jobs.
Wildlife safari. Attack and defence.
What it's like to have wings and feathers. (Stereo)
Will parents soon be able to design their own children?
Finding out about the weather.
The problems and advantages of living in Mexico City.
Your views on schools television. (Stereo)
Write to: Q and A, [address removed]
Craig Charles asks young people to make their own career decisions. (Stereo)
Sex education policies used in different schools.
Written by Rudyard Kipling. Today: TheBeginningof
Buzzy Bee and Friends
Followed by You and Me
Reporter Damian Johnson tries parachuting.
With signing and subtitles.
Songs of Praise
From Westminster Abbey.
Regional News; Weather
I Classic comedy spinetingler starring
Bob Hope , Paulette Goddard When Joyce Norman inherits a fortune her only problem is staying alive long enough to collect it.
Director Elliot Nugent
SEE FILMS pages 52-57
The Chelsea Flower Show.
Stereo Subtitled 23
A classic John Ford western starring
Crossing the desert on the run from a bank robbery, three men encounter a woman in labour whose dying wish is that they become godfathers to her baby.Taking the child with them, the outlaws head for the town of New Jerusalem.
SEE FILMS pages 52 57
Mrs Perley Sweet:
The Galician Connection
Colombia's cocaine cartels have discovered the weak link in Europe's defences - the rugged coast of Galicia in north-west Spain. Tons of cocaine arriving on ships from South America are off-loaded on to high-speed launches or innocent-looking fishing boats. With the disappearance of EC border checks, once in Galicia the drugs are easily shipped by road to the rest of Europe. Peter Godwin reports. Producer Brian Barr
Editor John Morrison
Delia Smith offers a new collection of summer recipes. A Holiday at Home. Delia samples summer flavours of the Mediterranean, starting with the simplicity of real Greek cooking, through the colour and splendour of Italian antipasta and Piedmont roasted peppers, to the distinctive Spanish flavours of chicken Basque and grilled Spanish onion salad. Producer Caroline Hawkins
Executive producer Frances Whitaker A Hawkshead production for BBCtv
BBC BOOK: 140 recipes forthe summer. including those from the series. £ 14.99.
SEE RECIPE page 16
Offbeat science-fiction series, starring Scott Bakula
Unchained. Sam leaps into the life of a prisoner on the run - who is chained to a man convicted of armed robbery and attempted murder.
Crimes of the Times
Youth crime has reached a record level and is regularly in the headlines, but the views of young people are seldom heard, even though, in many instances, it is the young themselves who are the victims.
In a series of specially shot films, Reportage travels to some of the country's crime hotspots and talks to young people who break the law, in an attempt to discover what motives lie behind their actions.
The programme also includes highlights of crime items from the last series.
Series producer Jane Knowles Executive producer Tony Moss
Live magazine of arts, media and culture.
Series editor Janice Hadlow
The first of three programmes tracing the design and building of the Docklands Light Railway in the East End of London.