6.45 Science of Synthetic Fibres 9387221 7.10 Food For Fish
Farming8847711 7.35Geologyof the Alps
Note: repeats are not indicated.
Child Slaves. How tourism has
'led to the exploitation of children from the Third World.
Animation. The building of a fictitious gothic cathedral.
He Went Thataway. Annette, Cosmo and Dibs meet Clive in the park.
Money. Earning money while still at school.
Breaking Free. Women's battle for equality.
Messages. Animals can't talk, but they have many other ways of communicating.
Up in the Air. Modern flight - from seaplanes to space shuttles. Stereo
Big Bang. Who created the universe? Did it just happen, or was it always there?
Christmas. Is the traditional
British winter doomed?
Coral reefs and Mayan ruins are big attractions on Mexico's
Your views on schools television. WRITE TO: Q and A, BBC White City, Wood Lane, London W 12 7TS.
Changing jobs can open a wide range of opportunities for people.
Using Radio in the Classroom How teachers use BBC school broadcasts to support the curriculum. Stereo
Written by Rudyard Kipling.
Today: How the Alphabet Was
Buzzy Bee and Friends
Animation about life in a fictitious castle.
Followed by You and Me
Adam McNaughtan 's collection of children's street songs and games. Rpt
With signing and subtitles.
Followed by Westminster Live
Regional News; Weather
Continued coverage of the first day of this traditional festival.
4.20 Coventry Stakes (6f). Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Jimmy Lindley and John Hanmer. Introduced by Julian Wilson with Tracy Piggott. Fashion scene described by Eve Pollard. (Highlights at 12.25am on BBC1)
Highlights of the Canadian race from Montreal. Commentators
Murray Walker and James Hunt.
Last in the present series.
This celebration of 100 years of women at Wimbledon travels back to 1884 when Maud Watson became the first Ladies champion.Suspension of the tournament during the two world wars means that this year sees the 100th contest for the coveted title. Barry Davies looks back at past champions, including Suzanne Lenglen, Helen Wills-Moody and Little Mo, and talks to contemporary heroines Billie-Jean King, Chris Evert and Martina Navratilova. Producer Paul Davies
Five more singers - from
Ireland, Hungary, Denmark, New Zealand and the USAcompete for a place in Saturday's final. Tonight the BBC Welsh Symphony
Orchestra is conducted by Guido Ajmone-Marsan .
The Bharatiyajanata Party won notoriety in the west and terrified India's Muslim minority when its militant
Hindu supporters destroyed the mosque at Ayodhya. Now India's biggest opposition party, the BJP is a real contender for power.
Nick Clarke investigates claims that the BJP is controlled by a more sinister organisation. Producer Helen Jenkins
Editor John Morrison
Bright Meals for Rainy Days Delia Smith demonstrates a spicy Sri Lankan curry, Thai prawns served with angel hair pasta and coconut lime cake. Producer Caroline Hawkins
Executive producer Frances Whitaker A Hawkshead production for BBCtv
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Running for Honour. Sam becomes Cadet Commander
Tommy York at a Naval Academy in 1964. He may have a brilliant career ahead of him, but his room-mate has been run off campus by a "gay-bashing" clique.
First of a four-part series in which
Ray Gosling talks to people of all ages and types about the issues surrounding adultery. Breaking Up
Having an affair, a bit on the side, there are plenty of ways of saying it, but none quite so biblical as adultery. Some marriages are wrecked by it, others manage to survive. Ray Gosling listens to the experiences of six people who talk about betrayal, jealousy, humiliation and pain.
Producer/DirectorTamasin Day-Lewis A Forum production for BBCtv
With Jeremy Paxman.
Tonight: Nick Hornby gives a guide to Serie A soccer; novelist Dacia Maraini on politics and writing in Italy; and how Epicurus has become a bestseller.
The Docklands Light Railway Project - from funding to construction.