6.15 Pure Maths: Series and e
6.40 Newton'sThird Law 7636216 7.05 Maths: Finding a Formula 4563910 7.30 Malaysia: I Used to Work in the Fields 1024216 7.55 Just Seventeen: the Geometry of Patterns 4292668 8.20 Money Grows on Trees 4752991 8.45 The Jewish Enigma
Cartoon based on novel by Jules Verne.
Film and video quiz, which today features excerpts from the children's adventure Warofthe
Buttons. Hosted by John Barrowman. Shown last Monday on BBC 1
The series from 1984.
Glenroy has problems being diplomatic. With Steven Woodcock and Susan Tully.
Written by Margaret Simpson
Followed by Rewind The first of today's two episodes, which both recall the events of 50 years ago through the eyes of children in the Channel Islands, tells the story of John Heys , then eight, who accidentally tipped rubbish over a German soldier.
Sixth 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 a woman who claims she can receive radio signals through fillings in her teeth. stereo.
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].
Followed by Rewind
Another memory of 1945 in the Channel Islands: Chick Anthony, then 15, recalls liberation day in Jersey, which was a day later than in Britain, on May 9.
See VE Day special: from page 30
Reports and analysis of the week's political events. With Bruce Parker. .18910
Political review for the south east.
Presented by Michael Hastings. ......
Introduced by Sue Barker.
12.35 Basketball From Wembley Arena, highlights ofthefinal in the English
League Championship play-offs. Worthing Bears have taken the title forthe past two years. Commentary by Stuart Storey.
1.00,4.15 Cricket On the opening weekend of the Sunday League season, live coverage from Edgbaston as champions Warwickshire open their defence against Surrey. Warwickshire are missing Brian Lara , buttheirbowling attack will be strengthened by South African Allan Donald. Commentary by Jack Bannister
and Geoff Boycott. 3.30 Three-Day Eventing Live coverage of the show jumping section that will decide the final placings in the Badminton Horse Trials................
A guide around this weekend's show at the NEC in Birmingham with Quentin Willson , Michele Newman , Steve Berry and Chris Goffey. It's the biggest classic motor show in the country with over half a million square feet of lovingly polished motoring nostalgia either on show or on sale. As Jaguar celebrate their 60th anniversary, there's also a look at the state of the market. Plus the best classic bikes and cars on the road.
Producers Jon Bentley , John Wilcox CLASSIC AND SPORTS CAR SHOW: organised by BBC's Top Gear Magazine, at the National
Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, from 6 to 8 May. For tickets telephone (0 121) [number removed].
The first in a series of six programmes penetratingthe private and confidential world of therapy. Filmed over nine months in both the consulting room and at home, it reveals the innermost secrets of a family as they seek help. The Family: the Problem. Jack and Marian are worried about their
1 7-year-old daughter Sara, who is friendless, depressed and occasionally suicidal. In the first session with Dr Eia
Asen, they are shocked to discover that their 2 1 -year-old daughter Rachel is also very troubled. Confronted with the possibility that Jack and Marian themselves may be at the root of their daughters' difficulties, they wonder whether going on with therapy will do more harm than good.
Director Peter Gordon ; Executive producer
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+ See Polly Toynbee : page 14
This Newsnight special reports live from Paris on the second round of the French presidential elections.
As well as live links to the headquarters of the major parties, Jeremy Paxman chairs a studio discussion involving experts from both sides of the Channel, lookingat the meaningfor Britain and the consequences for Europe of a new man in the Elysee Palace
STATES OF MIND
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One in four of us will become mentally ill at some point during our lives. Yet critics of policy in this area regard it as a sad catalogue of mismanagement and neglect, with much of the blame directed at government underfunding and inadequate community care. In this programme, Niall Dickson argues that the root of this failure lies in attitudes towards the mentally ill and the lack of agreement as to how they should be treated. A studio discussion follows, chaired by Olivia O'Leary. Producer Nick London; Editor Mark Wake field
Another chance to see this Bafta award-winning drama, based on the novel by William Horwood, about the quest undertaken by a teenager with cerebral palsy.
See today's choices.
The major developments over the past seven days in the Los Angeles courtroom where former American footballer turned film star OJ Simpson is accused of the murder of his former wife Nicole and her friend Ronald Goldman. Presented by Peter Pringle. Series producer Janey Walker
When a chicano handyman from the Milagro Valley decides to irrigate his small beanfield by "borrowing" some waterfrom a vast leisure site, he sets off a chain reaction that erupts into a violent clash of values and cultures.
Director Robert Redford 's most recent film was the Oscar-nominated Quiz Show.
(1988) Subtitled ............................. * FILM REVIEWS pages 65-70
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