6.40 Organic Chemistry: Environmental Solutions?
7.05 Maths: Volumes of Revolution
7.30 The American Political Process
7.55 Oceanography: Waves
8.20 Biology: Mammals in Water
8.45 Arts: the Great Exhibition of 1851 9.10 Motoring in the 30s: Wheels of Progress
9.35 Organic Molecules in Action
10.00 The University of Salamanca
10.25 A Suitable Place to Have a Baby?
10.50 Citizens of the World Naval historian Nicholas Rodger explores HMS Victory as the "Enlightenment" series looks at the Royal Navy duringthe 18th century
11. 15The Politics of Equal Opportunity
12.05 Social Problems: Why Care?
12.30 Managing Schools A visit to the fictional Stonnington Middle School illustrates how easily time can be wasted and suggests ways in which staff can use time more effectively
12.55 Modern Art Matisse wanted paintingto be expressive, but what did he mean by this, and what can art express?
1.20 The Car Industry - a Level Playing Field?
1.45 Learningfor All: the Write to Choose (Subtitled)
2.10 Brazilian Immigrants - In Search of Identity
2.35 Environment: Bangkok - a City Speaks
England v Australia
Continued live coverage of the third day's play from
Old Trafford. With commentary by Richie Benaud ,
Ray Illingworth , Geoff Boycott and Jack Bannister.
TV presentation Alan Griffiths
Executive producer Keith Mackenzie
BBC MAGAZINE: THE ASHES 93: the players, pitches and history introduced by Richie Benaud. Your guide to the summer series, with comment and opinion from all yourfavourite BBC cricket experts, on sale now price£2.95 from booksellers.
Highlights from last week's editions of The Late Show.
With Andrew Harvey. Subtitled
Weather John Kettley
Though well-known today as a television host, the Cilla Black who first came to national prominence was rather different. In this programme from 1968 she hosts her own singing and dancing show. Her guests include Cliff Richard, singing that year's entry for the Eurovision Song Contest, and Sandie Shaw. Backing vocals were by the Ladybirds. (B/W)
The first of two films on the morality of punishment. Getting Even
From Greek tragedy to the death penalty, society has demanded revenge and retribution in punishment. This film explores the part the victims play in getting even, and shows how the justice system struggles to compensate for the suffering of victims by the degree of pain it inflicts on the offender.
It tells the story of Stephen Owen who, frustrated by the failure of the courts to inflict sufficient suffering on the man who killed his son, took the law into his own hands. And there is a report from America, where victims have become a political force. The cameras go into a Californian court to witness a murder trial. In a chilling and disturbing climax, it shows for the first time how relatives of the victim persuade a jury to sentence the offender to death. Producer Sally Doganis
Executive producer John Blake (Part 2, A Cure for Crime, is on Wednesday at 8. 1 Opm)
Roy Hattersley and Sandi Toksvig are the guests on the last in the series of current-affairs comedy quiz shows. With Angus Deayton.
Edgar Reitz 's epic 13-part film. 8: The Wedding, Schnusschen, 1964. Schnusschen organises a flat, but it is only available to a married couple. A wedding is imminent, leading to happy reunions and surprise guests.
In German with English subtitles.
Basil Dearden's classic 1950 drama stars Jack Warner in his first appearance as London copper PC George Dixon. The popularity of the character was such that the BBC later brought him back to life to star in the television series Dixon of Dock Green.
When Dixon is shot trying to arrest a couple of crooks, new recruit Andy Mitchell takes up the case with a vengeance.
See films: pages 44-50