6.45 Frontiers of Geology
7.10 Plants: Patterns in Green 4514303 7.35 Geology: The Capitan Reef
Who's Who? (part 2). More threatening notes arrive.
From Brighton. Live coverage of the TUC's major debate on employment law. Presented by Donald MacCormick and Vivian White with Brenda Dean and Derek Gladwin.
Jewish veneration of Jerusalem goes back to the days of King
Cooking with Kurma
A picnic, with asparagus and tomato quiche, and crispy flat rice and cashew nuts.
Followed by TUC 93
John Smith , leader of the Labour Party, addresses congress amid the continuing controversy over his proposals for reforming the relationship between his party and its affiliated trade unions.
Regional News; Weather
With Clint Eastwood , Tom Cruise and Sharon Stone.
Family drama starring Bill Travers, Virginia McKenna
A dissatisfied civil servant moves to a remote cottage in the western Highlands to start a new life with Mij, the otter.
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Mrs Sarah Chambers:
Mrs Flora Elrich:
Peter Snow reports from the two rival world chess championships starting this week in London and the Netherlands.
The last of three Late Show profiles of great international architects looks at the work of Spanish architect, engineer and sculptor Santiago Calatrava.
Producer John Bush
Natural-history films with an international flavour.
Ngorongoro: Black Rhino Sanctuary
The Ngorongoro crater set high in the mountains of northern Tanzania is a remarkable wild animal sanctuary, sheltering the richest concentration of large mammals to be found anywhere in Africa today.
BBC presentation Mags Macrae Series producer Michael Bright
There's no business like show business, and no show business like the talent-night circuit. But when murder is on the bill, send for private eye Arnold Brown. Gemma Craven is the guest star in this off-beat comedy. With Lou Hirsch , Katy Murphy , James Ryland , Andy Gray , Celia Imrie and Forbes Masson
Written by Jonathan Bernstein Director David Blair
Producer Colin Gilbert
With Jurassic Park putting DNA experiments back into the news, this eight-part history of genetics, looking at "life's secret code" and presented by Dr David Suzuld , is timely. In this first programme, The Mouse That Laid the Golden Egg, he looks at how genetic engineering enables scientists to "improve" the performance of crops and livestock. In New England, goats are being used to produce anti-clotting drugs; in Holland, Herman the bull has been given a human gene that will help his offspring to create low-cholesterol milk. But is this interference with nature for profit desirable or even safe? Producers Paul Gasek and Cynthia Page
The showcase for new directors returns with a series of ten short films.
A mini-musical about a boy's struggle to get his parents to sign his school report.
Written and directed by Rod Main
Dramas by new film-makers. The Chanter
A story of illusion and disillusionment set in the 70s on a Glasgow housing estate.
Director Jon Love
A study tour of Florence.