6.15 Pure Maths: Cayley's Theorem 8866162 6.40 Maths Methods:
Integrating by Numbers 9252758 7.05 Maths: Volumes of Revolution
7.30 Brazilian Immigrants - In Search of Identity 5209520 7.55 The Enlightenment Citizens of the World 3158891 8.20 Flight Simulators and Robots
8.45 Child Development: Play and the Social World
Cartoon based on Jules Verne 's novel 20,000 Leagues under the Sea.
Live action drama. Skeeterand Bobby are childhood friends. But can theirfriendship survive the passing of the years?.
The series from 1984.
Annette's life at home is not as idyllic as it may superficially appear. With Nadia
Chambers, Alison Bettles , Lee MacDonald , Lisa York and Gwyneth Powell.
Written by John Godber
Tenth in a 13-part fantasy series about Neri, a mysterious girl from the ocean, stereo ...........
The show that asks viewers to guess if outrageous claims are true stories or merely very tall tales.
Anhedonia is an affliction that relieves its sufferers of any semblance of a sense of humour. False ortrue? And is it true that children's TV presenterToby Anstis has a dark secret hidden in his past?
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Introduced by Steve Rider.
12.35,4.40 Water-skiing The final day of the inaugural Leeds Classic, from
Roundhay Park. The reigning men's and women's world champions, Patrice Martin of France and Natalia Rumiantseva of Russia, are favourites in the European Masters series' richest event.
1.00, 5.15 Tennis Coverage from today's top matches in the French Open at the Roland Garros stadium in Paris, as the competition nears the halfway stage. Last year, the strong Spanish contingent prospered on the slow clay courts, with Sergi Bruguera taking the men's title and Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario the women's to complete a clean sweep of the singles titles in one of the sport's four Grand
Slams. But the player currently enjoying the best form is Austria's Thomas Muster , who outplayed Bruguera in the final of the Italian Open for his fifth clay court title of the season and a record 28 straight wins on this surface.
2.10,3.30 Show Jumping The Nations Cup reaches the British round where, at
Hickstead, the hosts aim to improve upon last year's runners-up spot, when they finished behind surprise winners Italy.
2.55 Racing From Chantilly in France, live coverage ofthis afternoon's Prixdu
Jockey Club - the French equivalent of the Epsom Derby - which is scheduled to startat3.15pm.
6.50 News Roundup
The Status Quo.
by John Cleese, Hugh Laurie, and Chris Langham
The last of six short films taking a satirical look at state powers. Starring John Cleese, Hugh Laurie, Chris Langham.
A politician for the Status Quo Party gives a television broadcast in which he makes a blistering attack on political change and those who advocate it. In spite of the remonstrations of the director and writer, he is unaware of the irony of what he is saying.
A programme discussing the issues raised by this series, Look at the State We're In! - the Debate, can be seen tomorrow at 11.15pm. John Cleese is in Fawlty Towers tonight at 7.30pm on BBC 1.
STATES OF MIND
Fifth in a series of six programmes penetratingthe private and confidential world of a family in therapy, filmed over nine months in both the consulting room and at home.
Jackand Marian. Thelongsummer holidays are over. Sara is happy with a new boyfriend, and Rachel asserts her new found independence and upsets her mother by announcing that she intends to leave home and work in Israel. Both girls seem to be benefiting from the therapy. It is time for therapist Dr Asen to turn the spotlight on Jack and Marian's relationship. To everyone's surprise Marian, who never complains, admits that she sometimes cries herself to sleep, unable to talk to Jack about her problems because he shouts at her. As Sara and Rachel grow up, will Jack and Marian's relationship survive without them?
Director Peter Gordon ; Executive producer
UdiEichier Stereo Subtitled .............
Today's programmes on further European integration culminate in a public debate chaired by David Dimbleby with people from all around the country joining politicians and opinion formers to discuss this country's position in the European Union. Anna Ford is on hand to provide the facts about Britain's role in Europe. Radio 5 Live is hosting a phone-in with David Dimbleby directly afterthis programme. Fordetails see page 107. See today's choices. Executive producer Richard Clemmow ; Editor
Alexandra Henderson Subtitled.....
The BBC's former political editor John Cole looks back over 50 years of reporting the political scene. Frank interviews with retired and serving politicians allow him to question the fundamental principles of how we should govern Britain, and to ask how far theory can stand against the tide of events. See today's choices.
See This Week:page 12
Continuing the Screen Two series of dramas is David
Pirie's futuristic thriller starring
Germany, March 2000: Detective Alex Fischer investigates the murder of a young Danish woman, whose body has been slashed from head to foot. On the ground beside her are the words in Arabic: "We are crossing. "As the threat grows of a mass exodus of refugees caused by civil war in Russia, Fischer sets out on a hazardous search for the truth with refugee Anna. See today's choices.
Producer Peter Goodchild ; Director Ben Bolt
* See This Week: page 10
News from the Los Angeles courtroom where 0 J Simpson is accused of the murder of his former wife Nicole and her friend. Presented by Peter Pringle.
Producer Roy Davies
Francisco Rabal , Fernando Rey
Viridiana is about to take her final vows as a nun. At the request of her legal guardian, she returns home on a last visit. There, confronted with the brutal realities of life, she is forced to renounce not the world but the cloister.
In Spanish with English subtitles.
Director Luis Bunuelf 1961) B/W * FILM REVIEWS pages 49-58
The next BBC 100 film. Weekend, is on Friday