6.20 Maths: Least Squares
6.45 Adult Education: This Sporting Life 7816075 7.10 A World Within: Carmel- a Jewish Public School 5406100 7.35 The
Physics of Ball Games
With signing, Subtitled ...................
With Bernard Ingham.
Fordetails see Monday Stereo ..............
Chef Ian Parmenter prepares a meat recipe: pork Flemish.....................
A refugee family returns to a liberated area of war-torn Afghanistan. Rpt .......
Comedy drama starring
Rod Taylor , John Meillon Australia , 1920s: travelling through the Outback with his son and dog,
MrPym brings the magic of the movies to country communities. Then Palmer, a rival, invades the territory.
Director John Power (1977) * FILM REVIEWS pages 53-56
This week: why deaf people have been banned from three London pubs; Usher's syndrome and the gene story; hearing aids and what the NHS has to offer; and do deaf people get a raw deal in banks?
With signingand subtitles. Stereo ...
Business and consumer news........
A look at a major excavation of pyramids and tombs in northern Peru..........
A look at a new theory of pregnancy as a struggle for control over scarce resources between a mother and her unborn child.
Shown yesterday Stereo Subtitled .......
Followed by Westminster with Nick Ross
Live coverage from Parliament.
Daily quiz with Martyn Lewis.
Today Esther Rantzen asks: is there life after soap for actors who have become familiarfaces from long-running television dramas? Former soap stars including
Lynne Perrie , Fred Feast and John Altman describe the price of fame.
Word game with Paul Coia.
Three's a Crowd. After Will's girlfriend interrupts a boys' weekend away in the mountains, Carlton takes off in the car.
A hard-hitting drama series set in a Sydney inner-city high school.
When Nick realises he's still in love with Jodie, he finishes with Danielle - only to discover that Jodie is now seeing someone else.
Animated comedy adventure series. Day of the Clown. Arthur, the Civic
Minded Five and the other heroes of the City need the Tick's help in battling a genetically engineered clown. But after being hit by a bus and knocked into orbit around the earth, the Tick embarks on a journey into his psyche, adopting various personalities which act as his guides.........................
Documentary series that focuses on issues concemingthe Asian community. Out of the Game. Asians playing football can be seen in back streets and local parks from Basildon to
Bradford, and amateur Asian teams organised into leagues are operating all over Britain. But of more than 2,000 professional footballers, not one is Asian. With the help of Sir Bobby Charlton , Sheffield United manager Dave Bassett , and a scout from a Premierdivisionclub, East asks why potential stars are being ignored. Producer Paresh Solanki ; Series producer
A short series on artists who are expandingthe limits of animated film. Space, Time ... and Paint. Clive Walley 's animations are more like paintings with sound tracks. To make a three-minute film, he creates 4,500 separate pictures, each containing up to a dozen levels of paint on glass sheets. This profile includes his latest suite of six short films.
Producer Colin Rose Stereo Subtitled .....
Fifth of a six-part series in which Madhur Jaffrey shows how to prepare delectable dishes from six Indian states. Tonight she goes to Tamil Nadu on India's south-eastern coast.
The land of stunning temples and sought-after saris also offers some of the lightest and healthiest food in India. Madhur Jaffrey prepares a vegetable korma, a peppered chicken dish and scrambled shark. (Stereo)
BBC Book: Madhur Jaffrey's Flavours of India, price Â£17.99 hardback, Â£12.99 paperback, is available from booksellers.
Madhur Jaffrey: page 33
Free recipe collection: page 34
Some of the funniest moments from the award-winning series. Featuring
Louise Beattie , Kate Donnelly , Gregor Fisher , Andy Gray , Helen Lederer , Tony Roper , Elaine C Smith , Jonathan Watson. ProducerColin Gilbert Stereo Subtitled ...
In the last of the series, events take a tragic turn as the pressure finally gets too much for Monica, Andrew and Claire.
Written by John MacUre ; Director David Hayman Producer Margaret Matheson
Dr Andrew Collin:
Dr Claire Maitland:
Dr Monica Broome:
Dr Rajesh Rajah:
Sister Pamela Lockley:
Staff Nurse Caroline Richards:
Dr James Mortimer:
Dr Graham Turner:
Last of six documentaries on women and reproductive technology.
Mary's Story. When Mary's husband was pronounced infertile she spent $17,000 on a programme of artificial insemination. But despite 26 attempts, nothing happened, and the couple adopted a son. Seven years later, a doctor from the fertility clinic telephoned Mary to tell her that one of the donors whose sperm she had received had died of Aids. With writer Nicky Singer.
Director Deborah Perkin ; Series producers Angela Holdsworth and Tessa Livingstone
Followed by Video Nation Shorts Subtitled
Scholar and spy Anthony Blunt spent much of his career studying French painter Nicolas Poussin. As London's
Royal Academy exhibition dedicated to the 17th-century artist draws to a close, The Late Show discovers what Blunt said about Poussin, and what his reflections on Poussin say about himself. Producer Roger Parsons
12.00 Modern Art: Rodin During
Rodin's lifetime, his work provoked a storm of criticism......................
12.25 Computer Aided Design: Modelling and Analysis OU downloaded video
Events in Parliament. With Robert
Orchard. Stereo ........................