6.45 Mathematical Models and Methods 9208818 7. 10 Maths in the French Revolution
7.35 Maths: And So On
How to take care of ceramics and mend a teapot spout. With John FitzMaurice Mills.
A film about elderly hotel residents on Grand Parade, Eastbourne.
Action drama starring Victor McLaglen Ida Lupino
Dramatic conflict ashore alternates with daring rescues atseaasthemenoftheUS
Coastguard Service carry out their dangerous duties.
Director Ben Stoloff (1937)
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Last episode of a three-part series about a showgirl's relationship with her adopted son, starring Robyn Nevin David Cameron
Neil renews an old friendship and Shasta finds romance, but is it too late for both of them?
A visit to the garden of Joe and Frieda Brown in Leeds. With
A look at the weavers' houses of Saddleworth, high in the Pennines, as examples of the home as a place of work.
A look at the life cycle of the millipede.
How Jerusalem was transformed from an obscure garrison town into one of the holiest cities on earth.
Cooking with Kurma
Today: a summer patio lunch with pasta and vegetable salad, ricotta cheese-filled pastries, vegetable soup with chilli and mango ice-cream.
Followed by Beauty Is in the Eye A look at the women of Nashville, Tennessee who have a reputation for a "down-town" style of beauty.
Coverage of the second round of the GA European Open from East Sussex National Golf Club. Introduced by Steve Rider.
Phis racing from Goodwood.
2.40 The Stardom Stakes (1 m)
3.10 Country Gentlemen's
Association rated Stakes (H'cap. 7f)
3.40 Abtrust Select Stakes ( 1 m). Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Jimmy Lindley and John Hanmer. Introduced by Julian Wilson , Tracy Piggott. Producer (racing) Malcolm Kemp
3.00pm News and Weather Subtitled (news)
Regional News; Weather
Further coverage of the European Open.
Reports on small cars, second-hand cars for teenage drivers, the Ferrari Mondial, and an "autograss" meeting.
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A look back at events of the week as seen in the press.
A Granada production for BBCtv
Last episode in this new
American comedy series, based on the hit film. Starring Ed Begley Jr Fun for the Kids. Ted is upset when his mother, an "exotic dancer", decides to pay him a visit after a six-year absence.
Coverage of the IAAF Grand Prix final from Crystal Palace, the last major international event of the season.
Only the leading athletes from the Grand Prix meetings held throughout the summer are eligible to compete. Among the top athletes due to appear are Britain's three gold medallists from the World Championships in Stuttgart - Linford Christie , Sally Gunnell and Colin Jackson - as well as fellow Britons
John Regis and Tony Jarrett , who between them picked up a clutch of silver medals. At stake are lucrative individual event titles and the coveted overall crowns won last year by American 400-metre hurdler
Kevin Young and German sprinter Heike Drechsler.
Commentary by David Coleman , Stuart Storey , Paul Dickenson and Brendan Foster.
TV presentation Martin Webster and Mark Wilkin
Geoff Hamilton visits a leading organic gardener in Norfolk, Liz Rigbey gets to the root of growing flowers for drying, and Adrian Bloom celebrates the colourful, prickly blues, silvers and prickles of the sea hollies. Series producer Laurence Vulliamy Executive producer Tony Laryea
A Catalyst TV production for BBCtv
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Presented by Sue Cameron.
A final double bill in this week-long series of short dramas by new film-makers. Money Talks
A look at life on a high-rise housing estate where drug money seems to offer an easy way out. With Ryan Romain. Writer/Director AlrickRiley B/W The Waiter
A Spanish waiter discovers there is little difference between swinging 1960s
London and Franco's Spain. With Michael Maloney.
John Major recently had reason to remember that the camera can be left rolling and the microphone switched on for longer than expected. This film, made by Kevin Rafferty and James Ridgeway during the 1992 New Hampshire US presidential primary, puts together a series of satellite
"feeds" at moments before and after interviews when politicians stop selling the image and talk unguardedly. Victims include the Clintons,
George Bush , Jerry Brown and Pat Buchanan.