6.20 The Emergence of Greek Mathematics 7045134 6.45 The Art of Commerce: Religion in Ancient Greece 3816009 7.10 Engineering: Workand Energy 3849776 7.35 Technology: Eurekaargh! Part
Yesterday's proceedings in Parliament.
9.05Artwork 8358028 9.25 Mathsphere: High Hopes/Up, Up and Away
9.45 You and Me
10.00 Movable Feasts
1909844 10.15 Look and Read Stereo 4676318 10.35QandA Stereo 3466047 10.45 Square One: TV Maths
11.00 Watch: Families -
Grandparents 11. 15 Thunderbirds in Hindi
8177486 11.20 English Express: Writing and TV
Collection 4172283 12.05
History File: The Makingof the United Kingdom - Crowns,
Parliament: Cromwell - Hero or Villain? 1682573 12.25
Lifeschool: Careers - Health and Safety Stereo 3973047 12.50 TeachingToday - Religious
Education in the Primary School Stereo 9475486 1.20-1.40
Children's BBC with Chris Jarvis Stereo 1.20TheAdventuresof Buzzy Bee and Friends
28003844 1.25JustSoStories: The Cat That Walked by Itself 79987347 1.35Rupertthe
Bear 55674370 1.40 Hawk's Eye 67597080 2.00 News
Subtitled and Weather; followed by You and Me
Note: repeats are not indicated.
A profile of furniture maker Tim Stead.
With signing and subtitles.
Live coverage of the House of Commons, including
Prime Minister's questions
Live coverage of the 4.05 race.
Beth has an unwelcome visitor. In Welsh with English subtitles.
The weekday quiz show where teenagers pit their wits against professional adults.
(Shorn yesterday at 11. 55pm on BBC1)
Jack Palance Texas 1886: army scout
Ed Bannon ' s deep distrust of the Apache's peaceful motives appears to be justified when a detachment of cavalry is ambushed and their colonel is killed.
Director Charles Marquis Warren
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Followed by Video Nation Subtitled
This month US troops pull out of Somalia. When they went in, as part of a UN peace-keeping mission, hopes were high that a "new world order" had finally arrived. It was a disaster.
Margaret Gilmore reports on how the best-equipped high-tech force in the world was humiliated by local bandits. She talks to the US top brass, their most wanted man
General Aidid, and American hero Michael Durant who survived the shooting down of his helicopter.
Producer Chris Goddard
This week: two viewers demonstrate recipes handed down in their family - a deliciously rich gateau with three fillings from Austria, and milk bread. Also, a delicious combination of flavours in a walnut and lemon tart and telltale signs of bad wine. With Chris Kelly , Michael Barry , Jilly Goolden and Oz Clarke. Studio director Linda Nash
Producers Alison Field and Tim Hincks
A Bazal production for BBCtv
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Offbeat American series in which time waits for no man.... except one.
Promised Land. It'sDecember
1971 and Sam is one of three brothers whose farm has been repossessed. As tensions mount he becomes involved in an armed robbery.
A Case of Corporate Murder
When Freddie Laker launched his Skytrain in 1978, he introduced an era of cheap transatlantic travel to the grateful masses. But he was also effectively declaring war on what was, at the time, one of the most powerful of international cartels, that of the major airlines. Now
Richard Branson , who names Laker as his hero, is fighting a similar battle amid court cases and accusations of "dirty tricks".
But was Laker perhaps brought down by his own ambitions, by expanding too much too soon? " No, no, no," he insists. "I was shafted. 40 Minutes unravels the role of banks, airlines and government officials in the successful attempt to shoot Laker Airways out of the sky.
Director Martyn Gregory Series editor Paul Watson
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Followed by Sarajevo - a Street under Siege
Guests Howard Jacobson , Paul Johnson and Martin Pawley discuss whether there should be a cultural "back to basics".
How the success of the new
Tate Gallery in St Ives in Cornwall was managed.
12.25-1.20am OU Downloaded Video: Computer Aided Design
A chance to record secondary school programmes. Tonight, Teaching