6.15 Pure Maths: Coping with Irrationality 9218231 6.40
Maths Methods: Vector Products 3002786 7.05 Maths: Areafor Revision 8021960 7.30The Thrie Estaitis 5140298 7.55
Environment: Living with Drought 6927366 8.45 Images of the Cosmos: Cosmic Recycling - the birth and death of stars
With Philippa Forrester and RatZ.
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Written by Valerie Georgeson, from a story by Margaret Stuart Barry
Written by Alan Janes
False or true? A fast-moving mix of fact and fiction.
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Political news affecting the region. With Bruce Parker.
Political review for the south east. With Michael Hastings.
Introduced by Sue Barker.
12.35, 2.00, 3.50 Ice Hockey
Championship play-offs from Wembley. Brief highlights from the second semi-final, followed by coverage of the final. Commentary by Barry Da vies and Paul Ferguson.
World championships from Brisbane, Australia.
Featuring action from the individual apparatus finals. Commentary by Mitch Fenner and Christine Still.
2.35 Motor Racing
British Touring Car
Championship from Brands Hatch. Commentary by Murray Walker.
3.00,4.35 World Snooker
World Championship from the Crucible, Sheffield.
On the penultimate weekend of the Courage Leagues, news of the latest promotion and relegation battles. Introduced by Chris Rea.
Executive producer Johnnie Watherston
Untangling the Knot
There is nothing negative about the knot. This little shorebird can change colour from grey to brick-red, masses in spectacular flocks of thousands in Norfolk, and is among the greatest migrants in the bird world. Tonight's programme follows Dutch,
Canadian and British biologists as they chart the remarkable journeys of two groups of knots, from the southern tips of South America and South
Africa. How do these
"globespanners" find their way? How do they fuel themselves? What is their future as the wetlands they use as stepping-stones disappear? Narrated by Ian McShane. Producer Richard Brock
Executive producer John Sparks
Litigation at home and in the US is undermining Lloyd's of London, the cornerstone of the UK's insurance industry. Will companies invest in Lloyd's in the face of spiralling costs resulting from legal action?
Tom Maddocks investigates. Producer Simon Crow ; Editor Jane Ellison
The Channel Tunnel may finally link Britain and France this year, but there are some differences between the two nations that will probably never be bridged.
This four-part documentary series takes a light-hearted look at the two countries' attitudes to subjects as diverse as driving, beauty, music, the monarchy, the seaside and death. In this firstfilm, Love and Sex, Ian Hislop , editor of Private Eye, tries to get to the bottom of the French view of adultery; there is a guide to the complex etiquette of kissing French-style; and a report on how it is possible for a French man to be both an intellectual and a sex symbol. Narrated by Honor Blackman. Series director Nicola Bruce
Series editor Adam Barker
A Wall to Wall production for BBCtv
Latest news from the Crucible, Sheffield. With David Vine.
The conclusion of the two-part documentary on the diamond industry examines the relationship between the powerful DeBeers cartel and apartheid South Africa. DirectorGavin MacFadyen
Producer Laurie Flynn
Cindy Sherman - Nobody's Here but Me
Using herself as the model, American artist Cindy Sherman has produced hundreds of photographs exploring the use of female stereotypes. Most recently she has addressed the theme of sexuality and Aids. Renowned for her secrecy - this is the first documentary on her work - Sherman talks about her influences and reveals her working methods through her video diaries.
Director Mark Stokes
Series editors Anthony Wall and Nigel Finch
A Cinecontact production for BBCtv
Highlights of today's second round matches.
Drama set in South Africa
Born deaf and dumb to a rural black preacher, Jobman is fiercely independent. Failing to find work in the city, he returns to his wife and baby in the country, where he sets off a chain of violence.
Director Darrell Roodt ( 1990)
FILM REVIEWS pages 45-48