6.45 Living with Technology: Energy 6194390 7.35Data Modelling-TheWoodfromthe Trees
The last 50 years of women's testcricket.
9.05 Words into Action: Love - Simon Mayo continues his exploration of the Christian faith 9199067 9.25Mathspy
9179203 9.45 You and Me: On the Canal 3458135 10.00 Movable Feasts: The Big Day - Hinduism 766322210.15
Topics for Tutorials: Livingwith a Handicap/Asian Girl
10.45 Help Your Child with Reading 7107593 11.00
Watch: Round and Round - time and planets
11.15The Developing World
6277406 11.40 The Economics Collection: Money and Banking 1950406 12.05The Biology
Collection: Cell Biology
12.25 Lifeschool: Citizenship - the law and society
Emergency! -coping with medical crises at school
1.20-1.45 Children's BBC with Chris Jarvis Stereo 1.20 Philbert the Frog
1.25 Postman Pat
1.45 lei Paris - French language series 96913951 2.00 News
Subtitled and Weather; followed by You and Me
Note: repeats are not indicated.
With signing and subtitles.
May. Safety in the garden. With Dennis Cornish.
A faulty phone connection plunges a bedridden woman into a nightmare of terror when she overhears a murder plot and realises that she is the intended victim.
Director Anatole Litvak
FILM REVIEWS pages 47-53
Sally Lord Dodge:
Geoff Hamilton and Nick Wray compare the garden centre and nursery. Plus organic tips for growing healthy plants.
Stereo Subtitled 86
Adventure starring Tyrone Power
After 100 years of British rule in India, the garrison post of Peshawar is threatened by a tribal revolt.
Director Henry King (1953)
FILM REVIEWS pages 47-53
Aliens Go Home
California has always been a magnet for immigrants. The pioneer settlers headed west, and in the 1840s came the gold rush. In this century the film industry has attracted the rich and the fruit farms the poor. As a result, this single American state has become one of the world's biggest economies.
But is the bubble about to burst? A catalogue of natural disasters - fire, flood and earthquake - violence on the streets and deep recession have combined with unease about the changing character of California's communities to produce a backlash against immigrants both legal and illegal. Emily Buchanan reports on the growing clamour to close the door to the Golden State.
Producer Carla Garapedian
Editor Keith Bowers
Continuing the series about home furnishing and decorating. Featured on this week's programme are the purists in pursuit of historically correct paint, a back-to-basics guide to lighting, and Arthur Smith offers a short history of the loft extension. With Caroline Quentin.
Series producer Tim KirBy
Serres editor Janice Hadlow
Goodbye Norma Jean. It is
4 April 1960: Sam is Marilyn Monroe 's chauffeur. The actress is likely to commit suicide in four days and Sam's mission is complicated by Marilyn's new personal assistant and a wild party.
On Top. Thousands of boys went straight from school into the pits. Now they are men with families and they have lost their jobs. The second in this series observing the plight of the Nottinghamshire miners as the pits close follows several of them as they struggle to find work after redundancy. British Coal has set up a company to prepare them for the job market, and the UDM joins a venture to make use of mine sites.
Producers Malcolm Hirst and Charles Stewart
Executive producer Paul Hamann
Produced by Partners in Production for BBCtv
Followed by Video Nation
By the Labour Party.
With Jeremy Paxman.
To herald the formal opening of the Channel Tunnel on Friday, Tracey MacLeod opens The
Late Show French Week with an "essential guide" to French culture: from the latest ad to the hottest fad; Tony Benn , Norman Foster and David Frost describe the fatal attractions of Concorde; the iconic status of the peasant in French art and literature; and Malcolm McLaren paints an idiosyncratic musical portrait of Paris.
African Art at the 1900 Paris
12.30-1. 35am OU Downloaded Video:
Computer Aided Design