6.15 Pure Maths: Coping with Irrationality
6.40 Maths: Methods: Vector Products
7.05 Maths: Area Games
7.30 A Tale of Four Cities
7.55 The Enlightenment: Angelica Kauffman, RA
8.20 Learning for All: Learning to Care
8.45 Child Development: Attachment
Cartoon based on Jules Verne's novel 20,000 Leagues under the Sea.
Comedy and entertainment show. The last in the current series features Ken Mansfield digging into the legend of King Arthur for Weird News as the team goes on location to Camelot - alias Bodiam Castle in East Sussex.
The series from 1984.
The third years have to cope with the aftermath of the accident. With Alison Bettles, Lee Macdonald, Nadia Chambers, Michael Cronin, Gwyneth Powell, Peter Emmett, Steven Woodcock.
Fourth in a 13-part fantasy adventure series about Neri, a mysterious telepathic girl from the ocean, who is discovered by an underwater research colony.
The show that asks whether outrageous facts are false or true.
Competition: to register your vote ring [number removed] (False) or [number removed] (True). Calls cost no more than 20p. For a copy of the rules send an sae to: [address removed]
Zoe Ball talks to Ian Broudie of the Lightning Seeds, who have just released the single Marvellous. Toby Anstis joins Boyzone on horseback, plus an interview with MN8.
(Shown last Friday) (Stereo)
Political review for the south east.
Presented by Michael Hastings.
Introduced by Sue Barker.
12.35,3.00,4.45 World Snooker The World Professisonal Championship from the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield. Assuming there were no upsets i n the first round, six-times champion Steve Davis is due to play Willie Thorne , and Jimmy White and John Parrott are also expected to be in action. Commentary by Ted Lowe , Clive Everton and Ray Edmonds.
2.15,4.00 Swimming Action from the final day of the European Championship trials from the Ponds Forge International Pool in Sheffield, as stars such as Mark
Fosterand Susan Rolph bid to booktheir places on the team for the European Championship in Vienna in August. Commentary by Hamilton Bland and AndyJameson.
2.30 Motor Sport Coverage of rounds three and four of the British Touring Car Championship from Brands Hatch. This year's leading competitors will be hoping to match the start of last season's champion, Italian Gabriele Tarquini , who won the first five rounds 12 months ago.
Commentary by Murray Walker. .
Highlights of a busy weekend of league, cup and international action. In England the penultimate fixtures of the Courage League take place, as well as the County Championship final. In Wales attention is focused on the semi-finals of the Swalec Cup. Scotland warm up for the World Cup with a match against Romania at Murrayfield. Plus a chance to win a trip to South Africa in Rugby Special's World Cup competition. Presented by John Inverdale.
Lying at the heart of Indonesia in South-East Asia is an exotic island of lush jungle, smouldering volcanoes, black beaches and coral gardens that is under threat from human rapacity.
Sulawesi was created by the collision of the Asian and Australasian land masses. Here strange creatures have evolved that exist nowhere else on earth, from crested monkeys, giant snakes, birds that incubate their eggs with the heat of volcanoes, to bizarre pigs whose twisted tusks cut into their cheeks - many of them caught on camera for the first time by Emmy award-winning film-maker
Andrea Florence. But the precarious balance of nature is being threatened by nature's most powerful enemy - the human race. Narrated by Ian Holm.
(Postponed from 9 April)
Continuing the occasional series that analyses topical issues, The Big Picture asks whether Britain can survive as a nation and whether it matters if it doesn't. The Prime Minister has described Scottish devolution as "the most dangerous proposition to be put before the British electorate".
Others see European integration and the development of a single currency as threats to the nation. Some regard developments in Northern Ireland as undermining the union. Many believe that Britain's constitution needs updating. Whatever else they dispute, most people agree the status quo is unlikely to survive. Peter Snow reports, followed by a studio discussion.
To open BBC2's season of programmes on mental health, journalist Marjorie Wallace, the founder of the charity Sane, explores the fragile world of mental illness and argues for a more compassionate understanding of the nature of psychosis.
She looks behind recent headlines to reveal some shocking and preventable tragedies, such as the stabbing of care worker Georgina Robinson by a schizophrenic patient, and looks in hope to a future of better research and treatments.
The programme features a contribution by HRH the Prince of Wales, who is the patron of Sane.
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Latest news and action from tonight's final round two matches at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield.
In the first of a series of six programmes in which celebrities talk about mental health problems they have suffered and overcome, actress Stephanie Cole tells psychiatrist and broadcaster Professor Anthony Clare about the phobias that made her a prisoner in her own home.
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(Next programme in the series: Tuesday at 7.10pm)
Tonight's Screen Two is a comic drama written by Greg Snow and starring Mike McShane
On a hot sunny day in Kansas, 1973, Mike Kinross's parents tell him he's going on holiday to his Uncle Dan's house. But instead they drop him off at the juvenile unit of the local mental institution. See today's choices.
Mike McShane's Crazy Days: page 23
A review of the past seven days in the Los Angeles courtroom where former American football superstar OJ Simpson is on trial for the murder of his former wife Nicole and her friend Ronald Goldman. Courtroom cameras capture events as they unfold. Presented by Peter Pringle.
The latest news from Sheffield on the night which will complete the line-up for the quarter-finals. Introduced by David Vine.