6.45 Rural Life: Victorian Farming 9243913 7.10Historyof Science: It's a Lovely Day
Tomorrow 5972468 7.35 Shakespeare's Measure for
Measure - a Workshop
Yesterday's proceedings in Parliament.
Highlights of the ladies' semi-finals.
Historical drama starring Raymond Massey, Gene Lockhart.
The story of the early days of Abraham Lincoln, based on Robert E Sherwood's play. With Ruth Gordon.
Film Reviews pages 45-51
Mary Todd Lincoln:
Written by Philip Hawthorn.
Presenter (Children's BBC):
Writer (Model Millie):
Live coverage of the men's semi-finals, plus news of today's other matches. With Sue Barker.
Wimbledon and Cricket: Third Test
Further live coverage of the tennis and the second day's play from Old Trafford.
Live coverage continues.
3.50 News and Weather
Regional News; Weather
Presenter (Children's BBC):
The final of the schools' quiz. Three teams fight it out to win a trip to the Futuroscope theme park in France.
Competition line: [number removed] (max call cost 25p). For a copy of the rules, send an sae to: [address removed]
Eight-part drama series. Martha is trying to make the circus more innovative.
Further coverage on the day of the men's semi-finals.
This week: a look at ground elder and apple scab in a Benedictine nunnery, British wildflowers from a foreign field, and a new gardening club in Bedfordshire. Introduced by Geoff Hamilton.
Series producer Laurence Vulliamy Executive producer Tony Laryea
A Catalyst TV production for BBCtv
GEOFF HAMILTON page 22
Camille. Kryten, Red Dwarfs on-board mechanoid, rescues a female droid and soon finds himself falling in advanced mutual compatability on the basis of a primary ident. With
Chris Barrie , Craig Charles , Danny John-Jules , Hattie Hayridge ,
Robert Llewellyn and Judy Pascoe. Written by Rob Grant and Doug Naylor Producer Ed Bye
AGrant/Naylor production for BBCtv
How do you top a trip to
I the Moon? Twelve astronauts have walked on the Moon's surface but some of them came down to earth with a bump.
"It wasn'tthe experience of flying to the Moon that changed my life, it was coming back to people who now expected different things of me ... people like to build up heroes, but then they think you're too perfect and they have to take you apart," says Buzz Aldrin , the second man to step on to the Moon, but who fell into depression and alcohol addiction after the Apollo missions.
Aldrin - now redeemed by the love of a good woman - is one of five former astronauts who talk about their lives in this third programme to mark the 25th anniversary of the first Moon landing. Others have discovered different forms of redemption: Charley Duke has turned to God; Al Bean paints lunar landscapes complete with a sprinkling of genuine moondust; Ed Mitchell has founded an institute devoted to psychokinesis and ESP; Pete Conrad has become a steer-wrestling rancher and part-time rocket scientist working on a plans for commercial flights to the Moon. Producer David Turnbull
This Late Show special is a tribute to a great pioneer of British television drama who died recently. Linda Myles examines his contribution to the small screen, including works such as "The Quatermass Experiment" and his drama based on George Orwell's novel "Nineteen Eighty-Four", shown tonight at 11.15pm.
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
A new generation of viewers has the chance to see Rudolph Cartier 's 1954 adaptation of George Orwell 's story about a man who tries to rebel against the totalitarian state in which he lives and works.
Screenplay by Nigel Kneale