6.15 Pure Maths: Cosets
6.40 Maths Methods: Applying Matrices 9918362 7.05 Maths: Up to the Mark 9078169 7.30 Creative Management:
Visioning in Action 5045324 7.55 Slaves and Noble Savages 3994695 8.20-Art in 14th-century Florence: Orsanmichele
Film and video quiz, with clips from a new Dr Who video and Police Academy 7. Host
John Barrowman is joined by actor John Pickard.
Shown last Monday. BBC 1 Stereo
The series from 1984.
Is Diane's boyfriend too good to be true? Diane JULIE-ANN STEEL. Julie LISA YORK. Fay ALISON BETTLES , Mrs McClusky GWYNETH POWELL. Miss Gordon KARA WILSON
Written by Frances Galleymore
Eleventh in a 13-part fantasy adventure series.
The show that asks viewers to guess if outrageous claims are true stories or merely very tall tales. Today's teasers include the story of a burglar who moves stolen items to houses where he thinks they look better.
Competition: to register your vote ring (False) or [number removed] (True). Calls cost no more than 20p. For a copy of the rules send an sae to: [address removed]
Music magazine. Wet Wet Wet make time on their European tour to talk to Toby Anstis about their new single, Don't Want to Forgive Me Now.
Political review forthe south east.
Presented by Jon Sopel .................... REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Introduced by Sue Barker
12.30, 1.35, 4.00 Cricket: First Test
Live coverage from Headingley of the fourth day's play in the opening Test between England and the West Indies. Four years ago at this ground Graham Gooch hit a century and Philip DeFreitas took eight wickets to seal a convincing win in a drawn series. Back in 1969, Ray Illingworth captained his side to a 30-run win, giving England their last series triumph over the West Indies.
Highlights can be seen at 12.20am
The latest news of England's men and women footballers; golf's amateur championships at Hoylake on Merseyside; plus beach volleyball, a sport that makes its Olympic debut in Atlanta next summer. Reports by Dougie Donnelly and Garth Crooks.
From Chantilly, live coverage of the Prix de Diane, the French Oaks, scheduled to start at 3.45pm
Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan
The men's final in the French Open from Roland Garros, Paris. Commentary by John Barrett, Mark Cox. If weather disrupts the cricket, coverage of the tennis will start earlier.
Sunday Grandstand continued with live coverage of the Canadian Grand Prix from Montreal. For details see page 82.
[Details from page 82:]
A specially extended programme to cover today's Grand Prix.
6.45 Grand Prix
The world championship enters its sixth round with live coverage from Montreal of the Canadian Grand Prix, which takes place against the spectacular backdrop of the St Lawrence Seaway.
Reigning champion Michael Schumacher, winner here in 1994, opened up a five-point lead over nearest rival Damon Hill in this year's championship following his victory last month in the Monaco Grand Prix.
Commentary by Murray Walker, Jonathan Palmer and Tony Jardine.
Highlights of the race can be seen at 12.05am on BBC1.
As coverage of the Grand Prix is live, subsequent programmes may run late.
Last in a series of six programmes penetrating the private and confidential world of a family in therapy, both at home and in the consulting room.
Nine months have now passed since the family commenced their therapy. Sara's troughs of depression, extravagant mood swings and irritatingly immature behaviour had been the motivating force behind the move into counselling in the first place. She has now turned 18 and has become a happy, confident young woman.
Such a radical transformation has made her parents, Jack and Marian, finally realise that she is the most stable of all the family members.
Rather than Sara, it is their marriage which is in need of attention. But, as the therapy draws to a close, they celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary safe in the knowledge that at least now they are equipped to face the future with greater understanding of each other and their two daughters.
Short film originally shown as part of the lOx 10 series for new directors.
The accent is most definitely on the element of speed in this fast moving romantic comedy for Freudians everywhere.
Director Nick Quinn ; Producer Jeremy Howe
The last in the Screen Two senes is a contemporary comedy drama written and directed by award-winning Les Blair.
Life for shy, romantic civil servant Leslie would be pure bliss if only he could get together with Julia, the new love of his life. Saffron and Gee appear to be having few problems on that score in the flat upstairs. Should all his hopes come to nothing, there's always his beloved Mastermind to fall back on.
See today's choices.
The week's major developments in the Los Angeles courtroom where former American footballertumed film star
0 J Simpson is accused of the murder of hisformerwife Nicole and her friend
Ronald Goldman. While cameras capture the drama inside the courtroom, experts explain the legal strategies employed by the respective teams of lawyers in this high-profile trial. Presented by Peter Pringle.
Producer Roy Davies
Highlights from Headingley of the fourth day's play in the opening Test between England and the West Indies. Captain Mike Atherton made his two highest scores in limited-overs internationals when England won the recent three-match series and preserved their impressive record against the tourists in one-day cricket. Introduced by Richie Benaud.
Comedy drama starring
In occupied Czechoslovakia duringthe Second World War, a young apprentice railway guard leads a quiet uneventful life in a small country station. Only the amorous exploits of the chief guard and his dreams of his own romantic conquests relieve his boredom.
Jiri Menzel 's black comedy - his first film - not only won an Oscarin 1967 but has since become a classic of Czech cinema. In Czech with English subtitles. (1966) B/W
* FILM REVIEWS pages 63-70
The next film In the BBC 100 season. Rocco and His Brothers, can be seen on Friday
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