6.15 Foreign Car Factories in Britain 1655051 6.40 Maths:
Cayley's Theorem 9688902 7.05 Inorganic Chemistry: Bonding 4245952 7.30 Social Problems: Why Care? 1242148 7.55 The
University of Salamanca
8.20 Education: Measuring
Effectiveness 7347506 8.45 Open Forum
With Philippa Forrester. Phone [number removed]to playthe TV game Maggot Moments.
Feline cartoon adventures.
A serial in 13 episodes, from a story by Joan Eadington.
10: Razzle is in real disgrace, and Jonny faces making yet another decision. Razzle........................................... FIZZY
Written by Valerie Georgeson
Presented byjonathon Morris.
Cartoon fun with the babies.
Another chance to see the second series, originally shown in 1979. 1: A new school year; a new head; and a bad start for Benny.
Written and devised by Phil Redmond
A triple bill of adventures with the spinach-eating sailor.
Fast-moving music magazine. Today's edition includes the Pet Shop Boys, Lisa Stansfield and Tasmin Archer.
Bethan spends the summer on her slow-witted Uncle Eban's farm. Things take a turn for the worse when she meets a fox called Mic and a turkey named
Introduced by Helen Rollason.
4.00 Cricket 6231 -
Cricket: First Test
England v Australia
Continued live coverage from the fourth day's play at Old Trafford. Graham Gooch has been confirmed as England captain for the first three Tests this summer and is aware of the importance of a good start to the series as England bid to regain the Ashes. Commentary by Richie Benaud ,
Ray Illingworth , Geoff Boycott and Jack Bannister.
The final round of the Dunhill British Masters from Woburn. Christy O'Connor took the title last year but had to go the first extra hole to clinch victory over Zimbabwe's Tony Johnstone. Commentary by Bruce Critchley , Alex Hay ,
Clive Clark , Mike Hughesdon and Steve Rider.
French Open men's final.
Last year's winner Jim Courier has repeated his preparation by claiming the Australian Open. Will he be victorious in Paris again? Highlights of Friday's semi-final will be shown during the cricket lunch interval, and at tea there'll be action from today's final. Commentary by John Barrett and Mark Cox. (Highlights at 12.25am on BBC2)
Since the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) was set up in 1987, there has been a flow of serious and controversial fraud cases: Guinness, Blue Arrow and Barlow Clowes , as well as the Polly Peck affair involving Asil Nadir. But can the SFO be effective when it is working within a criminal justice system not designed for modern, complex fraud cases?
Joshua Rozenberg and Tessa Curtis ask whether its current methods can be improved without risking miscarriages of justice. Presented by Peter Jay. Editor Jane Ellison
If the life span of the world was a 24-hour clock, humans would appear at two seconds to midnight. In those two seconds, their impact on the planet has been dramatic.
This 90-minute history of the earth is a visual journey through time that uses the full range of special effects. See dinosaurs hatch, hunt reindeer with Neanderthal men and visit the future to discover what life could be like.
But this brief journey through time is from the planet's perspective, and it looks at how, through technology and greater understanding, we can help ensure a brighter future for our world.
(What the homes of the future could be like SEE FEATURE page 39)
A Film Portrait of Alan Clark
The private life of Alan Clark - the most colourful of Margaret Thatcher 's ministers - is as spicy and controversial as his public career. Always in political hot water, Clark now opens the doors on the secret world of Whitehall. A multi-millionaire who lives in a castle in Kent, Clark also owns a vast Highland estate. "He is absolutely dreadful half the time," says his wife Jane, "I do sometimes want to throttle him but I still love him."
In this intimate portrait, Michael Cockerell reveals Clark's remarkable life and loves.
SEE PREVIEW page 9
Alex Cox introduces another in the season of cult movies.
Ingenious psychological thriller written and directed by playwright David Mamet.
A psychiatrist's research leads her into the twilight world of confidence tricksters.
SEE FILMS pages 44-50
Moviedrome producer Nick Freand Jones MOVIEDROME GUIDE: send cheque/PO for£3.00, payable to BSS, to
Action from the fourth day's play in the First Test between England and Australia. With
Highlights of today's French Open men's final from Paris.
With John Barrett and Mark Cox.
Highlights of the 1993 World Championship finals from Birmingham. With Barry Davies and Gill Clark.
A TSL production for BBCtv