6.45 Maths Models and Methods 9225437 7. 10 The Foundingof the Royal Society 5796447 7.35 Maths: Up to the Mark
Yesterday's proceedings in Parliament.
Note: repeats are not indicated.
Tell Us a Story. Mr Banglebede's mechanical toys give Jess an idea for a story.
Workplace language skills.
8: Giving a Talk. Fawzia Khan Cheema prepares a talk for careers officers.
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Maggie Philbin looks at some of the most popular books for children and suggests some places to go for advice in choosing them. BOOKLET: send a large sae (28p stamp) to [address removed]
Up in the Air. Modern flight - from seaplanes to space shuttles.
Oases in the Desert (part 2). Is it the end of the boom for
America's desert cities?
A look at the amazing variety of rocks in Ulster.
Over to You. Children in Salisbury re-enact celebrations for Queen Victoria's golden jubilee.
Ghost Story (part 5). The team crack the THABTO mystery. With in-vision sign language.
Who's Who (part 4). Lana is kidnapped and the team comes quickly to the rescue.
Concluding part of Tuesday, a play by Edward Bond.
3: Irene's boyfriend is killed by the police. With Bob Peck ,
Ben Chaplin , Natalie Morse.
Last Busby Keith Dewhurst. A classic drama celebrating Scene's 25th anniversary.
A Child's Guide to Adults. A look at relationships.
The adventures of four small dogs.
Animation. The little girl and her dog go camping.
Animated story of the building of a fictitious gothic cathedral.
Followed by Words and Pictures
A preview of the weekend's OU programmes.
Cricket: Second Test
England vAustralia. The second day's play.
Volkswagen Cup from
Devonshire Park, Eastbourne. With John Barrett , Virginia Wade and David Mercer.
Introduced by Barry Davies . Royal Ascot
Further coverage of the final day of the Royal meeting.
4.20 King's Stand Stakes (5f). (Highlights at 11.55pm on BBC1)
3.00pm News and Weather Subtitled (news) and at
3.50pm News and Weather Subtitled (news)
Regional News; Weather
Tonight the youngest competitor, 24-year-old Welsh baritone Jeremy Huw Williams , makes an appearance. Natalie Wheen and lain Burnside meet the singer and discover the issues that engage the younger generation on the international opera circuit.
American comedy series.
The Plague. Chickenpox strikes the Buckman household. With
Ed Begleyjr andjayne Atkinson.
Presented by Peter Millar of The Sunday Times.
A Granada production for BBCtv
Last in the series of investigative reports.
Many British tourists find their carefree holiday in the sun turning to misery when they are injured abroad. Even in some EC countries, standards of health care can be shockingly low and those who seek redress in the courts may face almost insurmountable obstacles.
Jenny Cuffe reports. ProducerAdrian Davies
Editor Peter Horrocks
The first Gardeners' World
Live national show is being staged at Birmingham's NEC this week. Geoff Hamilton , Liz Rigbey and Nicholas Wray are joined by Alan Titchmarsh at the show that offers more than
80 floral displays, 20 show gardens and a host of exhibits. Series producer Laurence Vulliamy Executive producer Tony Laryea
A Catalyst TV production for BBCtv
The Andrew Duncan
Interview with Geoff Hamilton
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Another chance to see the first series (from 1984) of the show that launched Mel Smith and Griff Rhys Jones in their post-Not the Nine O 'Clock News careers. This, the very first programme, promises a hard-hitting expose of sperm banks, samurai accountants and chiropody - all done with impeccable taste, of course.
Magazine series in which Kirsty Wark is your guide to the people and issues that shape Britain's heritage. This week: the threat to what has been described as the greatest power station ever built; meet the Gibsons, who discovered to their cost that their Welsh dream home was sitting on a site of major historical significance; and singer Marianne Faithfull retraces a very personal journey along theRidgeway.
Series producer Sally Angel
Executive producer Roland Keating
Highlights of the day's play from Baltusrol, New Jersey, a course which poses a real test for the world's top players.
Commentary by Peter Alliss ,
Bruce Critchley and Dave Marr. With Steve Rider.
Including soul duo Charles and Eddie, the wicked fairytales of Tanya Donnelly 's Belly,
Mexico's outrageous Maldita, English band the Auteurs and former 'Til Tuesday singersongwriter Aimee Mann.
Further coverage of today's play from New Jersey.