6.20 Biology: Regulation and Control
6.45 Data Modelling - the Wood from the Trees
7.10 Atholdalea Limestone Valley
7.35 Elements Organised - the Periodic Table
Today's presenter is Andrew Neil.
(For details see Monday) (Stereo)
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 The Statistics Collection: Statistics and Truth
9.25 Mathsphere 2: High Hopes/Up, Up and Away
9.45 Come Outside: Paper
10.25 Ghostwriter: Lost in Brooklyn: Episode 4
10.55 Watch: Art - Animals
(ages 6-7) (Stereo)
11.15 Movable Feasts: Shop till You Drop - Christianity
11.30 Landmarks: Exploration and Encounters: the Spanish Conquest
(ages 9-12) (Stereo)
11.50 Le Cafe des Reves
(ages 13-15) (Stereo)
12.10 Techno: Making It
Business and consumer news.
1.00 Lifeschool: Careers - Starting Work
(ages 14+) (Stereo)
1.25 History File: The Roman Empire - Defending the Empire
1.45 Storytime: Boxed In
Adventures of a hairy neolithic. (Stereo)
Marilyn Monroe - Beyond the Legend A profile of the actress, with clips from some of herfilms and contributions by friends and colleagues, including Robert Mitchum , Shelley Winters, Sheree North and Susan Strasberg.
Regional News; Weather
Followed by Westminster with Nick Ross
Live coverage from Parliament.
Presenter (Westminster with Nick Ross):
Daily quiz with Martyn Lewis.
Oprah's guests today are teenagers who are, or want to be, pregnant. People who started theirfamilies when they were young offer advice to the prospective parents. Stereo Subtitled ..............
In the second of asix-part series on death and grieving, actorand comedian Jimmy Mulville discusses his long period of alcohol anddrugabuse after his father hanged himself in the family home. Ten years later Jimmy found himself mourning properly.
23 July, 1955: Sam leaps into the body of a tag team wrestler.
(Rpt) (Stereo) (Subtitled)
In this week's swap, a young secretary exchanges roles with her boss. Presented by Li Savage.
Producer Ian Tonge ; Series producer Neil Crombie
Tonight, Mrs Merton , also known as Caroline Hook , welcomes hostess Cynthia Payne , wine-taster
Jilly Goolden , UFO expert Arthur Tomlinson and discjockey Dave Lee Travis.
Director Dominic Brigstocke ; Producer Peter Kessler
Noise pollution has claimed 17 7 lives in three years, forced people to abandon theirhomes and made a Sussex man set about his neighbour with an axe. But is the solution mediation or more aggressive policing?
Producer Paul Kenyon ; Series producer Peter Pitt
With the hype war over, this summer the real campaign for dominance of the cross-Channel travel market begins. David Strahan reports.
A phone-in discussion of the issues follows immediately on BBC Radios Berkshire, Kent, Oxford and GLR. If you would like to take part, call (0171) [number removed] after the programme.
Producer Neill Angier
Editor Alison Rooper ......
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STATES OF MIND
Last in a six-part series about a South London community health team. Asylum: Haven or Hell. Tonight's programme focuses on Darryl, a man tormented by "signals" telling him he should be hanged, and Louisa, a 60-year-old woman sufferingfrom dementia. While Darryl is discharged from psychiatric care against his will, Louisa is equally reluctant to be taken into Springfield Hospital.
Series producer Anne Laking ; Executive producers Robert Thirkell and Lorraine Heggessey
In the first of six programmes, travelling chef Gary Rhodes stops off in Northern Ireland, where he cooks up dishes influenced by local recipes and ingredients.
See today's choices.
Clement Freud entertains Gary Rhodes: page 26
Flexibreaks offer: page
Political drama written by David Hare and starring
Labour leader George Jones battles with his party on the campaign trail of a general election. See today's choices.
Producer Simon Curtis ; Director Richard Eyre
With Kirsty Wark.
Mark Lawson and regulars Tom Paulin , Tony Parsons and Allison Pearson review the week in the arts.
12.00 Open View
A look ahead to the weekend's OU programmes.
12.05 Engineering Mechanics: Velocity Diagrams
How the use of diagrams exemplifying the movement of speed components can assist in solving engineering problems.
12.30 This True Book of Ours - the Human Body
The work of artists like Leonardo da Vinci and scientists such as Andreas Vesalius helped to lay the foundations of the modern study of anatomy.
Today in Parliament. With
4.30 Developing Family Literacy
5.00-5.15 Strathclyde TV - Putting You in the Picture
5.30-6.00 RCN Nursing Update