6.45 The Universe Today
7.10 Barnacle Geese: A Natural Model 7187364 7.35 Materials: Electronics in Cars
Last part of the daily story in the adventure series.
Who Burned MrBrinker
Store? Jamal is finally cleared of all blame for the fire when the team prove that Brinker is a video pirate.
West Country nurseryman,
Dennis Cornish , visits the Old Barn at Fremington, north
Devon, which has a traditional, walled garden. In contrast at
Torbay, Harry Rayson prefers a more formal garden for which he raises thousands of bedding plants each year to complement the sweeping lawns and conifers. Rpt
With Philippa Forrester, Toby Anstis and Andi Peters.
Unaware that Sim is watching him, Anatole tries an old circus act but fails. What is the dark secret Anatole is hiding?
Discover the real world of desktop publishing, and a neat way to recycle your rubbish.
The Why Don't You..? house is taken over by technology, which could get out of control, and in the kitchen there's a surprise in a tomato, while out on the beach, some of the gang decide to check out a game called "kingy".
Game show with Peter Simon and Shane Richie.
Fast moving music magazine.
COMPETITION LINE: [number removed]33 (max call cost 25p). Rules from AudioCall, 80 Wood Lane. London W 12 OTT
England v Australia
Live coverage from the Oval of the sixth and final Cornhill Insurance Test.
Just one day into the second half of the series - the opening day of the fourth Test - and England's microscopic chance of regaining the Ashes evaporated in another masterly display of Australian batting. Now the main battle is long over, and home fans can calmly enjoy the visitors' skill, hope for a face-saving win and observe the drafting of Captaincy My Way by Michael Atherton.
Commentary by Richie Benaud, Ray Illingworth, Geoff Boycott, Jack Bannister and Ian Chappell. Introduced by Tony Lewis.
Television presentation Alan Griffiths Executive producer Keith Mackenzie
An update from Stuttgart on the progress of the British competitors in the 200m,
3,000m steeplechase and the decathlon.
England v Australia
Further coverage from the Oval of the first day's play.
2.00 and 3.00pm
News and Weather
Regional News; Weather
Live coverage from the Oval of the sixth Test.
Live from the World Athletics Championships in Stuttgart. Timetable
4.30 Women's 200m semi-finals
4.50 Men's 1500m first round
5.30 Women's 100m hurdles semi-finals
5.50 Men's 110m hurdles semi-finals
6.10 Men's 200m semi-finals
6.20 Women's discus final
6.30 Women's 400m hurdles final
6.50 Men's400m hurdles final
7.10 Men's 400m decathlon
7.40 Women's 200m final
All the drama from day six of the championships, on the night when Sally Gunnell aims to add the world 400m hurdles title to her Olympic gold. There are semi-finals of the women's
100m hurdles, men's 200m and 110m hurdles - Colin Jackson and Tony Jarrett bidding for a place in the final - plus the first round of the men's 1500m. For cycling fans there's news of another Olympic gold medallist, Chris Boardman , who is competing in the world championships in Norway. Introduced by Desmond Lynam. Commentary by David Coleman , Paul Dickenson , Brendan Foster and Stuart Storey.
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Alan Wear loves the beauty and solitude of the high fells, and he farms 1,700 acres below the Kirkstone Pass, Hartsop, in Cumbria. Like most farmers he moans about the prices at the market and the weather, but what really upsets him is the ever-increasing bureaucracy. Producer Patrick McCreanor
A John Peel production for BBCtv
Paddy Haycocks travels to
Brittany - one of France's most popular holiday regions. Also, Carol Smillie finds out how the New Forest copes with eight million visitors a year.
Presented by Penny Junor .
Series producer Rachel Hebditch TELEPHONE: phone the Travel Show Moanline on [number removed].
More comedy sketches written by and starring Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie.
Producers Roger Ordish and Nick Symons
The series that uses archive material to explore the cultural impact of 20th-century science. To the Brink of Eternity
The story of the rise and fall of the men on whom Dr Strangelove was based, men who believed the world could be controlled by the scientific manipulation of fear.
Mathematical geniuses employed by the American Rand Corporation, they were convinced they could apply the methods of science to the dark terrors of the Cold War and so build a new age of peace and reason. In the end, their vision degenerated into fantasy. Producer Adam Curtis
Executive producer Edward Mirzoeff (Postponed from 22 July)
Presented by Peter Snow.
Singer Eddie Reader 's guests include Rolling Stone magazine's Writer of the Year Mark Eitzel and his band the American Music Club, singer/ songwriter Boo Hewerdine and Irish group the Cranberries.
Producers May Miller and Maureen White
Weekend viewing from the Open University.
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