6.20 Learningand Doing Maths
6.45 Learningfor All: Learning to Care Subtitled 7760227 7.10 Education: The Trouble with Science 4753531 7.35
Data Modelling - the Wood from the Trees
With signing, Subtitled ...................
Parliamentary programme in which viewers get the chance to set the day's agenda. Presented by Bernard Ingham.
Fordetails see Monday Stereo ...............
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Christianity in Today's World (ages 11-16) Christianity in a Material World Stereo 8850111 9.25 Landmarks Extra
(ages 9-12) Columbus - for God and for Gold Stereo Subtitled 2642956 9.45 YOU and Me (ages 3-5) Thinkingof Others
10.25 Le Club (ages 9-12) En Ville
2911840 10.45 The Experimenter (ages 7-9) Forces 6263260 11.05SpaceArk (ages 7-11) Forces
11.15 Movable Feasts (ages 7-1 1)
Family Business - Hinduism
11.30 Shakespeare: the Animated Tales (ages 9-13) A Midsummer Night's Dream
The series for people with hearing problems. Signed and subtitled.
Shown Sunday, 10.00am on BBC1 Stereo ...
Adaily lookatthe latest business and consumer news
1.00 TeachingToday: Planning, Planning-Being Successful 66444 1.30 Q and A: secondary programme highlights
95745598 1.45 Numbertime (ages 4-5)
Everyday adventures of a hairy neolithic.
Highlights of Sunday's San Marino Grand Prix from Imola.
HedgehogSafari. Followingayoung hedgehog on his night-time search for food in a suburban garden. Rpt ...
Regional News; Weather
Followed by Westminster with Nick Ross
Live coverage from Parliament.
Daily quiz, with Martyn Lewis. Stereo .....76
Daily cookery challenge 60
From Ascot. For the first time, BBCtv cameras cover an evening meeting over the jumps, featuring races at
5.30,6.00 and 6.30pm.
Introduced by Julian Wilson, joined by Sue Barker.
A hard-hitting drama series set in a Sydney inner-city high school.
Following his suspension, Rivers decides not to go back to school but Sam is determined to change his mind.
Documentary series focusing on issues concerning the Asian community.
The Black Pakistanis. They live in the city of Karachi and share the culture, customs, language and religion of their Pakistani neighbours. Yet in one respect the Makranis are different.
They are direct descendants of black African slaves brought to the Indian sub-continent by Arabs 1,200 years ago. Today, as they strive to keep their culture and traditions alive, some
Makranis believe they are treated little betterthan their slave ancestors.
Producer Alu Jamal ; Series producer
Mike Flnlason Stereo Subtitled 89
Return of the documentary series. The Artists' Story
For many young artists, seeingwhat they believe is their work copied is almost a routine occurrence. It shouldn't happen - but it does and often the thieves are household names. Yet the victims of this theft usually keep silent because if they do speak out, they will often lose any chance of future work.
John Ware investigates claims about the stealing, passing off or copying of artists' work - and speaks to young artists in fashion, photography, journalism and music who are prepared to talk openly on camera. And he discovers that the copyright laws are often of little practical help.
Producer David Berry
Highlights of one of Europe's most historic motoring events, held over three days in January. It is also the first round in the World Rally Championship series, with Briton Colin McRae mounting a serious challenge forthe crown. The final round will take place in Britain in November.
Producers Andrew Williams and Phil Thickett. .
Writers and performers Richard Herring and Stewart Lee present the fourth of theirsix-part, sketch-based comedy show. With Peter Baynham.
Directors Steve Bendelack and John L Spencer
Producer Sarah Smith CONTRIBUTIONS: via E-mail onfist.of.furKgbbc.co.uk or write to: Fist of Fun. Room 3301. TV Centre. Wood Lane , London W 12 7RJ.
In the first of a four-part series examining society's changing attitudes to the eating of meat, Derek Cooper explores the power of the consumer and its impact on the meat industry. See today's choices.
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In the last of the series, journalist and broadcaster Ludovic Kennedy tells psychiatrist Professor Anthony Clare how he got through the severe depression that began during the Second World War and spanned 20 years of his life.
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Followed by Victory Stills
By the Conservative Party.
Shown at 9. 30pm on BBC and 10.30pm on ITV
With Jeremy Paxman.
The arts and media programme tonight features a report from the University of Birmingham on masterclasses held by playwright David Edgar. Presented by Tracey MacLeod ,
12.05 Modern Art The Colonial
Encounter. What meanings were attached to African art displayed at the Paris World Fair in 1900, and how has it been exhibited since?
12.30 Computer Aided Design
Analysis. OU downloaded video.
Events in Parliament. With Sally Hardcastle.