6.45 Physics: Light on Lasers
8658174 7.10 Maths: The Location Problem 4987255 7.35 Plastics under Pressure
How to clean silver. With John FitzMaurice Mills.
A look at the meeting in Laytown Strand, Ireland.
Note: repeats are not indicated.
First in a series on modern Spain.
The conflict between conservation and development around Edinburgh.
For 4- to 5-year-olds.
Auntie Mabel and her dog Pippin search the garden for Spikey the hedgehog.
A Spelthorne production for BBCtv.
For 1 1-to 14-year-olds. British astronaut Helen Sharman recounts her experiences in space.
Over a Barrel (part 1). Gaby falls mysteriously ill.
A look at some BBC Schools programmes for 4- to
Henry the Seventh. An introduction to the Tudor period.
Five-part French language series.
The Roman Empire. Who was a typical Roman?
Rob Curling reports on his visit to eastern Germany after reunification.
Should alcoholic drinks carry a health warning?
First of seven programmes exploring computers.
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A musical story about the defeat of the Trolls.
Followed by Come Outside
A 40 Minutes documentary about London's bed and breakfast trade.
Followed by Rembetika
The story of the musical style made popular by the film Zorba the Greek. Narrated by Anthony Quinn.
Regional News; Weather
4.10 Gordon CarterStakes
Spy drama starring Robert Mitchum
A press agent investigates the sudden death of his former employer.
Director Sheldon Reynolds (1956)
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Steve Rider is at the opening ceremony from the Belfry and previews the action.
Commentary by Peter Alliss and Dave Marr.
The Decision Day. Desmond Lynam introduces live coverage from Monte Carlo of the vote to decide the venue for the Olympic Games in the year 2000. Manchester's bid faces tough opposition from Sydney, Peking, Berlin and Istanbul.
Commentary by Barry Davies. Producer Malcolm Kemp
Editor Brian Barwick
The latest action from the rival chess championships in London and Holland. Presented by Francine Stock.
Series of documentaries which reflect the Northern Ireland conflict in the context of ordinary rural life.
Sundays. During the course of a tranquil summer's day, sectarianism is never far away. As the programme's director Carlos Gebler discovers, no one, least of all himself, can escape the implications. Producer Pierre Hodgson
A DBA production for BBCtv
Chris Goffey , a long-time MG enthusiast, tests the new RV8 sports car, and Jeremy Clarkson compares the legendary
Cadillacs of the 1950s with the latest models from Detroit.
Producer Ken Pollock
Executive producer Dennis Adams
In the driving seat with Jeremy Clarkson
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Carol Smillie reports from the Red Sea resort of Eilat while
Paddy Haycocks visits the Hungarian capital of Budapest. Presented by Penny Junor . Producer Linda Bell
Series producer Rachel Hebditch
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First in a series of seven programmes exploring the enduring partnership between man and dog. What makes the relationship tick? Why does it sometimes go wrong? And why are dogs treated as "honorary humans"?
Fatal Attraction. Over 20,000 years ago, man began breeding dogs from wolves. But our relationship with dogs is full of paradoxes; we fear, love, eat or even worship them. What does this tell us about ourselves and is a dog really man's best friend? Series producer Michael Waldman
The world of man 's bestfriends
Sixmore mini-histories of everyday things.
The Sandwich. Since the Earl of Sandwich first experimented the sandwich has been a peculiarly British obsession. Producer Ann Hawker
Series producer Mark Harrison
Presented byjeremy Paxman.
The director Peter Greenaway faces his critics over his new film, TheBabyofMacon. Plus the announcement of the Booker Prize shortlist.
Presented by Sarah Dunant.
Weekend viewing from the Open University.