6.20 Biology Form and Function: Enzymes 7816526 6.45 Organic Chemistry:
Environmental Solutions? 2662410 7.10
Animal Behaviour: a Conflict of Interests
5952656 7.35 Drifting Continents
With Signing. Subtitled ..................
Today's presenter is Andrew Neil.
Fordetails see Monday
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Square One TV (ages 9-11)
Estimation 5012236 9.20Mathsphere2 (ages 11-16) Oil over Troubled
9.40 You and Me, English/Punjabi (ages 3-5) The Weather: in English
9794762 9.45 Come Outside (ages 4-5) Snails
10.25 Teaching Today Music! Music! Music! - Getting Started
10.55 Watch (ages 6-7) Homes across Europe - Southern Journey: Greece
Stereo Subtitled 4419588 11.10 HealthE 2
6434897 11.30 Landmarks (ages 9-12) Pakistan and Its People Stereo 9823830 11.50MadaboutMusic(ages 11-14) Love Variations
12.10 Short Circuit (ages 14-16) Play It Again
Business and consumer news........
1.00 Lifeschool (ages 14+) S Is for
Sexism Stereo 57565217 1.25 History
File (ages 11-14) Medieval Realms - the Welsh Borders 87269859 Stereo 1.45
Storytime (ages 4-5)
Advice on coping with endometriosis, a condition causing painful periods, which affects about 15 per cent of women of menstrual age. Rpt......................
Magazine programme made by disabled people, presenting a mix of news, current affairs and comedy. Subtitled ........
Followed by Westminster with Nick Ross
Live from Parliament.
Daily quiz with Martyn Lewis.
With Fem Britton. Stereo........................
Oprah's guests today are students from the only college in America that admits exclusively gay teenagers.
California Dreaming. A selection of dishes from the US. Rpt ............
Miss Deep South. 7 June, 1958: Sam leaps into the body of a contestant in a beauty pageant whose room-mate is about to take a life-changing decision.
In the last programme in the series, free-fall parachute jumper Patrick de Gayardon plummets from 38,000 feet, without breathingapparatus, to a new world record. Stereo
Tom decides to tell the truth at all costs, while Diana has to cope with her niece, alias "the Clapham Strangler".
Written by Michael Aitkens ; Director Sue Bysh Producer Gareth Gwenlan
Parents in Oxfordshire are in revolt.
Determined to reverse education cuts, they have threatened a campaign of civil disobedience against a government many have loyally supported foryears. As parent governors test the powers given to them by the 1986 Education Act,
Michael Hastings asks if John Major can quell rebellion in middle England. A phone-in discussion of the issues raised follows immediately on BBC Radios Berkshire, Kent, Oxford and GLR. If you would like to take part, call [number removed]afterthe programme. Producer Michael Gooding ; Editor
Alison Rooper ........................................ REGIONAL PROGRAMME: see variations below right
First of three documentary films mapping changes in Belfast.
The Joint's Not Jumpin'. Novelist and film-maker Carlo Gebler takes a wry look at attempts by the media to cover events since the ceasefires.
From the Geneva Motor Show, Jeremy Clarkson reports on the launch of some new British cars, including a Bentley convertible and the first MG roadster in 25 years. Plus a look at a Mercedes with three body options, and the Fiat Barchetta which replaces the Spider. With Steve Berry , Quentin Willson.
Producer John Wilcox ; Series producer Jon Bentley
Fifth of a seven-part comedy series. This week Mark is put into a trance-like state.
VIDEO: A Glam Metal Detectives video is available price Â£10.99, plus Â£2.50 post and packing, from [address removed]; to order by credit card, tel. [number removed].
The first of two Timewatch programmes on the Vietnam War begins a short season of Vietnam Stories.
Using unique archive material from Vietnam and interviews with US agents, this programme tells the story of the friendly relations in 1945 between the United States government and Vietnamese communist leader Ho Chi Minh.
See today's choices.
Continuing the series of portraits of the grim reality of Russian lives.
From a field hospital close to the Chechen border comes thissnapshot of doctors working in desperate conditions to save the lives of young Russian soldiers injured in Grozny.
Next programme tomorrow at 10.10pm....
Followed by Conundrum
By the Liberal Democrats.
Shown on BBC1 at 9.00pm and ITV at 10.00pm
Mark Lawson chairs the roundup of the week in the arts, with guests
Allison Pearson , Tom Paulin and Craig Brown.
12.05 Open View A look ahead to OU programmes. Stereo ................
12.10 The Chemistry of Almost
Everything As part of Science Week, an exploration of the role chemistry plays in explaining life and death.....
Events in Parliament. With Tim Fenton.
4.00-5.00 The Royal Institution Discourse A lecture on electron holography by DrAkiraTonomura.
5.30-6.00 RCN Nursing Update Unit
17: Problem wounds................