6.15 Pure Maths: Pi and e 3258721 6.40
Maths Methods: Projectiles
7.05 Learning and Doing Maths
7.30 Health and Disease: Bloodlines - a Family Legacy Subtitled 4516127 7.55
Kedleston Hall: Robert Adam 's Greatest
Design 7356479 8.20 Poland: Democracy and Change 5850672 8.45 Language
Development: Ways with Words
Cartoon based on novel by Jules Verne.
Film and video quiz, today featuring excerpts from The Three Musketeers andWhoopi
Goldberg's latest film, Corrina, Corrina. Hosted by John Barrowman , with guest Julie Etchingham from Newsround.
Shown last Monday on BBC 1
The series from 1984. There are new friends and clashes at the "United Nations" conference.
Fifth in a 13-part fantasy series about Neri, a mysterious girl from the ocean.
The show that asks whether outrageous facts are false or true. Today's teasers include reggae star Pato Banton's singing parrot and a Nottingham family haunted by a slime-producing spook.
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]
Music magazine. Shown last Friday
Political review forthe south east.
Presented by Michael Hastings REGIONAL PROGRAMMES
Reports and analysis of the week's political events. With Bruce Parker. .
Introduced by Sue Barker.
12.30 Motor Racing Live coverage from Imola of the San Marino Grand Prix, as Britain's Damon Hill seeks the form that gave him victory in Argentina earlierthis month and Nigel Mansell makes his return to Grand Prix racing. This afternoon's race marks the first anniversary of the deaths on the same circuit of Ayrton Senna and Roland Ratzenberger. Highlights are tonight at 10.00 or Tuesday at 2. Opm.
3.00 World Snooker Live action from the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, on the concluding day's play in the final of the world championships. Last year's final, acknowledged as one of the best ever, came down to the final frame. Stephen Hendry took the decider and with it his fourth world title, leaving Jimmy White a beaten finalist forthe sixth time.
Basketball Duringthe interval in the world snookerfinal, coverage from Wembley Arena of the league championship semi-final play-offs. Sheffield Sharks, this year's league champions, were the pre-tournament favourites. Commentary by Stuart Storey. Producer Martin Hopkins
Highlights from the final matches of this season's First Division programme in England and Wales. Plus a look ahead to next month's World Cup in South Africa, focusing on Group D which includes Scotland and France; a preview of next week's Pilkington Cup Final between Bath and Wasps; and the Try of the Season competition. Presented by John Inverdale.
Editor Gerard Lane Stereo ...............
The Little Creatures of Africa's
The big mammals are the superstars of Africa. But alongside these large, charismatic beasts is a cast of smaller creatures usually overlooked. For instance, a giraffe might play hostto 50,000 ticks. These and others like them are much more important in maintainingthe balance of nature than the biggame. Working in South Africa's Kruger National Park, award-winning film-makers David and Carol Hughes focus on the fascinating "creepy crawlies" whose lives are often far more astonishingthan those of the gazelles and their predators.
They enterthe catacombs of a termite mound, witness the relentless quest of a deadly fly that needs wasps to help her breed, record the fierce competition for dung among Africa's most important beetles, and shudder at the mini-monsters that hunt after dark. Narrated by Andrew Sachs. Series producer John Sparks
Followed by Victory Stills Former broadcaster Frank Gillard tells the personal story behind another VE Day photograph.
News and action from the final of this year's World Championship at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield. Last year's final went to the last few balls of the last possible frame, with Stephen Hendry snatching the title from Jimmy White and taking his third successive title. With over 13 million viewers tuned in, the championship was confirmed as one of the country's premier sporting events. David Vine is the host once again, as 17 days of skill, calculation, luck and drama reach a climax. This year's champion claims a record first prize of Â£190,000.
Commentary by Ted Lowe, Clive Everton, Ray Edmonds, John Spencer, John Virgo and Dennis Taylor. Directors Trevor Morris and John Watts
Highlights ofthis afternoon's San
Marino Grand Prix from Imola. Following last year's tragic deaths here of Ayrton Senna and Roland Ratzenberger , the circuit has been extensively altered to slow the cars and improve safety. Nigel Mansell makes his delayed return to Grand Phx , racing in his new McLaren with the larger cockpit, while the Williams team and Damon Hill will be lookingfor another win after last month's success in Argentina. Commentary by Murray Walker ,
Jonathan Palmer and Tony Jardine. Producer Mark Wilkin ; Executive producer
Jim Reside ...................................... BBC GRAND PRIX 95: available now, price£3.50, from newsagents. THE BBC
David Cronenberg 's psychological thriller, starring
Gynaecologists Beverly and Elliot Mantle are brilliant identical twins who run a fertility clinic in Toronto and share every aspect of each other's life. When they both become involved with the same patient, childless actress Claire Niveau , their lives take a horrific turn.
David Cronenberg also directed The Fly and Naked Lunch.
(1988) Stereo Gun Crazy is on Friday at 12.15am
* FILM REVIEWS pages 59-64
Dr Cary Weiler:
Dean of Medicine:
Anatomy class supervisor:
Beverly Mantle, aged 9:
Elliot Mantle, aged 9:
The major developments over the past seven days in the Los Angeles courtroom where former American footballerturned film star 0 J Simpson is accused of the murder of his former wife Nicole and herfriend
Ronald Goldman. With cameras capturing the atmosphere inside the courtroom, experts attempt to explain the legal strategies employed by the respective teams of lawyers.
Peter Pringle presents this weekly review and discusses the important issues raised by the murdertrial that is still grippingthe US.
Series producer Janey Walker