6.00 General Relativity: an Isolated Fact
6.25 A Portable Computer Industry
6.50 Managing in Organisations: Empowerment
7.15 Seville: the Edge of Empire
7.40 Summer School: OU All Hours
8.05 Diabetes - Restoring the Balance
8.30 The Victorian High Church
8.55 TV - Images, Messages and Ideologies
9.45 Renewable Energies
10.35 Powers of the President: Constitution and Congress
11.25 Managing Public Services: All Change?
11.50 Pathfinding in the Brain: a Fish and Bird's Eye View
What's going on in the world of wildlife. Simon King gives information on how to help in a survey of Britain's skylarks, the bird that many people hear butfew manage to see, and reveals the secrets of successful mole watching.
Shown last Wednesday
Romantic comedy starring
Best-sellingauthor Kit Madden is on her way to Hollywood to work on the screen adaptation of her latest novel. On the train, she finds her plans drastically altered when she meets a happy-go-lucky marine who is the ideal hero for herfilm. Louella Parsons HERSELF
Jack Benny HIMSELF Cary Grant HIMSELF
Director Mervyn LeRoy (1946)
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Consuela Connie Callaghan:
Mr Harry Randall:
Edge on Saturn. Forthefirsttimein 15 years Saturn's rings are facing edgewise on to the Earth. Dr Carl Murray joins
Patrick Moore to explain exactly what is happening.
MaxvonSydow Julie Andrews
An adaptation of James Michener 's best-selling novel set in 19th-century
Hawaii. Fresh from Yale Divinity School, Abner Hale becomes a rigid puritan missionary who attempts to impose his view of civilisation on the idyllic life of the Hawaiian islanders - with dire consequences for all concerned.
Director George Roy Hill (1966)
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The men's grass court championships from the Queen'sClub, London. Highlights of this afternoon's semi-finals and some live doubles action from the centre court - weather permitting. This competition will provide some useful pointers to likely form at Wimbledon, which isjust overa weekaway. This time last year,
Wimbledon champion Pete Sampras defeated Sweden's Jan Apell , while
Todd Martin beat South African Christo
van Rensburg , to set up an all-American final. Commentary by John Barrett , David Mercer , Mark Cox. Introduced by Sue Barker.
Coverage of the singles final begins tomorrow at 2.00pm.
Producers Chris Lewis and Johnnie Waterston
Highlights of this morning's military spectacle in London, at which the Queen took the salute as the 1st
Battalion Scots Guards trooped their Queen's Colour. Julian Tutt was on the scene throughout the day and describes the five parts of the parade: the Inspection of the line, the Troop by the Massed Bands and Corps of Drums of the Guards Division, Troopingthe Colourthrough the ranks, the March
Past by the Foot Guards and the Rank Past by the Household Cavalry. Events included a fly-past by the RAF, watched by members of the royal family from the balcony of Buckingham Palace.
The last concert in the preliminary round of the competition brings the cream of young opera and lieder performers from all overthe world to St David 's Hall in the Welsh capital. Tonight's performers are Spain's
Carlos Bergasa (baritone), Belgium's
Werner Van Mechelen (bass-baritone), Japan's Yasuhiko Idane (tenor),
Russia's Larisa Rudakova (soprano) and Sweden's Katarina Karneus
(mezzo-soprano). Presenters Natalie Wheen and lain Burnsidetalktothe experts and the five singers competing fora place in Sunday'sfinal. They are accompanied by the Orchestra of the Welsh National Opera underthe baton of Carlo Rizzi , and by pianist
Ingrid Surgenor. Coverage of the final begins tomorrow at 6.00pm.
Director Andrew Quick ; Producer Dick Vigers Event sponsored by British Petroleum
BBC MUSIC MAGAZINE: the July issue, which includes a feature on the competition, is available price£3.95from newsagents.
Fourth in a five-part series in which Christopher Frayling investigates the art and philosophy of the Middle Ages.
The Hammer of the World. The
Emperor Friedrich II forged Germany and Italy into a great empire with a mixture of brute force and skilful publicity. He debated with great men from the world of Islam. He performed experiments on living human beings. But most of all he wanted to conquer death itself. See today's choices. Series director and producer Jim Burge
BBC BOOK: ChristopherFrayling'sStrange
Landscape: a Journey through the Middle Ages is available pricef 18.99 from booksellers.
Live coverage of the third round and penultimate day of play in the US Open, from the Shinnecock Hills Golf Club in Southampton, New York. The weather will play a vital part in the proceedings as the strength of the winds off the Atlantic dictates the severity of the course. Straight driving and low approach shots will be an advantage. Commentary by Peter Alliss , Alex Hay , Dave Marr. Introduced by Steve Rider.
Jools's guests in this last programme of the current series include Icelandic chanteuse Bjork, Stax soul legend
Isaac Hayes (he of the deep voice and extended love work-outs), some menacing dub-rap from Bristol's Tricky with songs from his acclaimed debut album, and the 24-piece Brazilian drum, dance and vocal troupe Olodum. See today's choices.
Director Janet Fraser Crook ; Producer Mark Cooper
Continuing the season of great films celebrating 100 years of the cinema.
Drama starring Dirk Bogarde, James Fox, Sarah Miles.
Tony, a rich young man, takes on a manservant, Barrett, to run his home in London's Chelsea. Barrett seizes the opportunity to turn Tony's Georgian ruin into an elegant home. Gradually the relationship between master and servant begins to change.
Bogarde won a British Academy Award for his performance.
Director Joseph Losey (1963)
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The next film in the BBC 100 season is Billy Liar, tomorrow at 1.00am