6.20 Plants: Designs for Living
6.45 The Founding of the Royal Society
9053489 7.10 Social Problems and Social
Welfare: Why Care? 9199606 7.35Child Development: Musical Prodigies. A look at how children from Chetham's School of Music in Manchester develop theirtalent.
With Signing. Subtitled ..................
Stories of people who are motivated by love ratherthan money. Today, industrial archeologists Derek and Mary Manning , who record the lives of working people.
In the second of six programmes, Tony Butlercycles through Shropshire on his ride across England. Rpt .............
Pathe News from 1955. b/w
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 The System on Trial: Citizens' Rights. Stereo 42731 9.300verthe
Moon with Mr Boom (ages 5-7) Out for
Fun-Fairground 9815712 9.45 Words and Pictures (ages 5-7) Super Dooper Jezebel
10.25 Look and Read Special (ages 7-9)
FollowthatFrog 9662441 10.45 Science Zone (ages 9-11) Living - Fit for Life. Stereo 2917460 11.05 Space Ark (ages 7-11) Living
11.30 CHOICE English File (ages 14-17) Poetry of War. The First World War seen through the eyes of three soldier poets. See today's choices.
12.00 TV6 (ages 16+) On the Road: Racism.
Business and consumer news
l.OOTeachingToday: Planning, Planning -Being Successful 34847 1.30 Q and A: Poetry and Drama Stereo 93930460 1.45 Come Outside (ages 4-5) Rubbish.
A preview of Open University programmes.
Shown last night Stereo ....................
A look at birds returning to the Yorkshire
Dales as the weather warms.........
Cricket: First Test
England v West Indies
Further live coverage from Headingley.
Tennis Coverage of the men's semi-finals in the French Open from Paris. Unless there is rain at the cricket, the tennis will follow end of play......
Including at 3.00 and 3.55 News Regional News; Weather
1986. Michael Heseltine resignsfrom the Cabinet, Jeffrey Archer brings a libel action against a tabloid newspaper, the US bombs Libya, Chernobyl is the scene of a devastating nuclear accident and the Irangate hearing opens. In the charts are Run DMC and Aerosmith with Walk this Way, the Pet Shop Boys and the Housemartins.
Producer Sue Gagan Rpt Stereo Subtitied.644
Another chance to see the cookery game show in which top chefs are put on the spot with a bag of mystery ingredients and only 20 minutes' cookingtime.
Tonight they create new recipes using pasta and plaice. Presented by Fem Britton. See today's choices.
Director John Gorman ; Producer Linda Clifford
PROGRAMME RECIPES: see Ceefax page613. ♦See This Week: page 8
GeoffHamilton goes to Bodnant in Colwyn Bay, Clwyd, in a feature postponed from 2 June, on the first of four visits to National Trust gardens to celebrate the Trust's centenary. There he meets head gardener Martin Puddle and learns how to create a laburnum arch. Back at Barnsdale he puts the finishing touches to his rock garden.
Top designer Dan Pearson reveals that a trip to the Himalayas inspired his very personal style of garden design, as the programme visits a Northamptonshire garden he planted seven years ago. Series producer Betty Talks; Executive producer
See Geoff Hamilton : page 34
Another chance to see the first series of the Scottish comedy.
Holiday. The Nesbitts visit the beaches and beauty spots of sunny
Spain, after Mary Nesbitt wins a family holiday by entering a competition on a packet of frozen chips. A small step for jet setters, but a giant leap for the Giro cultured Glaswegians.
Written by Ian Pattison ; Director/Producer
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Last in the series of the surreal comedy show with Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer. Flight 709. Vic and Bob survive an aircraft accident, there is a special alternative edition of Countryfile, the Petomanes experience Kung Fu, the Bra Men buy a car from shady dealer Swiss Tony and the 1970s rockers Slade are troubled by bees.
Producer John Birkin ; Executive producer Alan Marke
Forthe last in the series of the satirical news quiz, team captains Paul Merton and Ian Hislop are joined by comedian Spike Milligan and former Sunday
Times editor Andrew Neil. Hosted by Angus Deayton.
Director John F D Northover; Producer Colin Swash
Repeatedtomorrow Stereo .................
Followed by Video Nation Shorts Subtitled
In this new quiz on the black music scene, Radio 1 Dj Lisa I'Anson tests two teams of three fans to see if they know ragga from reggae and hip hop from house. Joining Lisa to perform in the studio are singer Judy Cheeks and band Cruize.
Director Denis W Gartside; Producer
Caroline Gosling COMPETITION LINE: [number removed]. Lines are open from ! 1.1 5pm tonight until 12 midnight on Sunday. Calls cost a maximum of25p.
England v West Indies
Highlights of the second day's play from Headingley. Introduced by Richie Benaud.
Executive producer Keith Mackenzie
Drama starring Mireille Darc, Jean Yanne
Two homicidal lovers take off for a weekend in the country - battling their way through carnage on the roads, experiencing strange encounters with historical personalities and heading for the end of civilisation as we know it.
In French with English subtitles.
Director Jean-Luc Godard 1967) * FILM REVIEWS pages 49-58
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