6.20 Fluid Flows: answers to questions such as "How does an aircraft fly? and "Whatisatornado?" 8558191 6.45The
Great Exhibition: A Lesson in Taste?
How the organisers expected the artistic exhibits to educate the "taste" of visitors.
9855849 7.10 The Education Reform Act: what was the background to the Education Reform Act? 9991066 7.35
Slaves and Noble Savages: an exploration of the life of an African slave duringthe 18th century.
With Signing. Subtitled ..................
Presented today by Trevor Phillips.
FordetailsseeMonday Stereo ..............
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Sex Education (ages 8-11)
Someone New 3219004 9.20 Next: retirement magazine programme 9880761 9.45 Storytime (ages 4-5) Tell Us a Story
10.25 Watch (ages 6-7) Natural History: Minibeasts Stereo 9480849 10.40
10.45 Italianissimo 1743801 11.00 Cats' Eyes (ages 5-7) Living: Getting
Better 3138882 11. 15 Ghostwriter (ages 10-12) What's up with Alex? (episode 3) Stereo 324004 11.45 Developing World (ages 11-16) Lessons from Kerala
Subtitled 2276530 12.10 The Geography Programme (ages 11-16) Maps and Mapping Dynamic Data
Business and consumer news........
1.00 Human Rights, Human Wrongs: Slavery 33716066 1.10 Q and A:
Science 33729530 1.25 Zig Zag (ages 8-10) Wildlife Safari: Beaver Pond
28954608 1.45 You and Me (ages 3-5) OwningUp
Animated fun. Narrated by Paul Nicholas.
Cartoon. Narrated by Andrew Sachs.
From Settle and Giggleswick, North
Yorkshire, with the Black Dyke Mills Band. Shown last Sunday on BBC 1 at 6.25pm
Last in the self-help series for back-pain sufferers. Today, a look at the range of specialist furniture available to encourage better posture. With Donna Dawson.
Postponed from Wednesday 31 May
Regional News; Weather
Followed by Tennis
Continued coverage ofthe Stella Artois Grass Court Championships from the Queen's Club, London. Introduced by Sue Barker.
Including at 3.55 News Regional News; Weather
Starring Patrick Stewart
Time's Arrow (part 1). The Enterprise is recalled to Earth when Data's head is found in archeological excavations of 19th-century San Francisco. Data is unworried.assumingthat his death occurred duringatime travel mission. Then a rare energy source is detected at the site and an explosion transports Data back to the 1880s.
Part2nextWednesday Stereo Subtitled.
Captain Jean-Luc Picard:
Comma nder William Riker:
Lt Commander Data:
Dr Beverly Crusher:
Lt Commander Geordi LaForge:
Counsellor Deanna Troi:
In celebration of Paul Gascoigne 's return to Britain and to international football after his ill-fated spell with Lazio, another chance to see this profile of one ofthe most popular and troubled players for a generation.
Gascoigne talks of his desire to come home and reveals his own heroes, villains and motivation.
Series producer Michael Wadding
English baritone Ashley Holland is underthe spotlight in tonight's concert at St David's Hall, vying with singers from Canada, Argentina, Romania and, forthe first time, the Baltic state of Lithuania for a place in Sunday's final. Carlo Rizzi conducts the Orchestra of the Welsh National Opera and Ingrid Surgenor accompanies at the piano.
Coverage continues on Friday, 7.15pm. Executive producer Hilary Boulding
Last in the compilation series from the popular BBC2 true-or-false game show Call My Bluff. Frank Muirand Patrick Campbell lead the teams. Robert Robinson attempts to referee.
Producer David Housham Stereo.....................
The Corner Garden. Gay Search and designer Penelope Smith set out to create a low-maintenance garden for pensioners living in a pair of semis on a difficult comer site.
Series producer David Richardson
The furniture designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh nearly a century ago is now more popularthan ever, but very expensive. In this week's edition ofthe interior design show, Tessa Shaw discovers how to achieve the Mackintosh look with a limited budget and a dash of imagination. Plus the enduringappeal of range cookers, and a look at china, from cheap and cheerful to more lavish.
Series producer Simon Shaw ; Executive producers
Janice Hadlow and Tim Kirby Stereo Subtitied.9085
This week, seasoned travel writers Eric and Wanda Newby return to Parma in Italy, nearwhere Eric was a prisoner in the Second World Warand where they met and fell in love. Eric describes
Parma as a compact but beautiful city with great architecture and wonderful cuisine: "a city forthe young at heart". Also, LabourMPTony Banks visits the Russian city of St Petersburg and goes in search of Lenin. Plus, a competition to win a trip to a mystery location. Presented by Penny Junor .
Series producer Liz Warner
See This Week: page 10
... to Sea
In the third of Sir John
Harvey-Jones's four-part autobiographical series, he turns his troubleshooting eye on the Royal
Navy, in which he spent nearly 20 years of his life. See today's choices.
Series producer Robert Thirkell ; Executive producer RobinBrightwell Stereo
What's going on in the world of wildlife. This week, Simon Kinggives information on how to help in a survey of Britain's skylarks, the bird that many people hear but few manage to see, and reveals the secrets of successful mole watching. Producer Graham Booth; Series producer Mike Beynon Repeated next Saturday INFORMATION: see Ceefax page 624, BBC Wildlife magazine, or access the Internet: the URL address is: http://www.bbcnc.org.uk/bbctv/ or record the closing titles and playback on still frame. You can
E-mail your information on: email@example.com * See This Week: page 7
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
With PeterSnow. Subtitied
Fintan O'Toole presents the arts and media magazine. Stereo ............
11.55 Weatherview .................
12.00 Hamlet Workshop 2 How does an actor approach this role? ...
12.25 Developing World: In Search of Identity How immigrants in the Brazilian city of Sao Paulo are contributingtothelifeoftheiradopted hometown
Events in Parliament. With
4.00-4.15 Benefits Agency
4.45 Inland Revenue Stereo.
5.00-6.00 Voluntary Sector