6.20 Cognitive Development: Piaget in Perspective. A look at the life and work of the Swiss psychologist Jean Piaget , who gained worldwide influence with his theory of child development.
6.45 Victorian Dissenting Chapels. How the architecture of four non-conformist chapels relates to their original religious functions. 9420157 7.10 Ottoman
Supremacy: the Sulemaniye, Istanbul. Sultan Suleyman the Magnificent, the most powerful ruler in Europe, required an architect of unrivalled skills to build a monument to match his achievements.
9566374 7.35 Kedleston Hall: Robert
Adam's Greatest Design. Exploringan architectural masterpiece.
With Signing. Subtitled ..................
Presented today by Trevor Phillips.
Fordetails see Monday Stereo ..............
Highlights of the second day's matches.
Shown yesterday at 9.50pm Stereo
/ Comedy starring
Bud Abbott , Lou Costello
The villainous Captain Kidd and the vivacious Captain Bonney both want to get their hands on the treasure of Skull Island. Unfortunately, the treasure map has landed in the laps of a couple of bungling idiots. forcing Captain Kidd to "entertain" them on his ship.
Director Chartes Lamont (1952) ............... ♦ FILM REVIEWS pages 63-68
Oliver Puddin'Head Johnson:
A special edition for National Music Day. Shown last Sunday on BBC 1 at 6.25pm
Animation with the voices of Bob Peck and Anna Carteret. (Rpt)
Desmond Lynam introduces live action from day three and a roundup of the news and results.
Including at 3.00 and 3.55 News Regional News; Weather
' Another chance to see the ten-part series in which
Delia Smith presents her collection of recipes for summereating.
1: A Prelude to Summer. The opening feast includes Thai salmon filo parcels, asparagus with quail's eggs and parmesan, and an easy one-crust rhubarb pie. See today's choices.
Producer Caroline Hawkins ; Executive producer Frances Whitaker
Alan Cumming , alias air steward
Sebastian Flight from BBC2's The High Life, takes a plane to Hong Kong where he samples 1,000-year-old eggs and the best noodles in the Orient, explores the markets in search of herbal concoctions, and tries a taiior made suit for size. Gordon Kennedy follows the trail of the literary and artistic set to Provence in the South of France. From the ancient town of Aries, the inspiration for more than 200 of Van Gogh 's paintings, he moves on to Aixen-Provence, the home of Cezanne.
Travel Show regular Alison Goldie visits Glasgow, the third most popular UK destination for overseas visitors. She begins her city break with a tour of the School of Art, samples the many new bars and restaurants and goes on a shopping spree. With Penny Junor.
Series producer Liz Warner Stereo ........... The E-mail address for any travel tips or stories is: travel.showbbc.co.uk
♦ TV's Summer Tour: page 27
What's going on this week in the world of wildlife. An extended 20-minute edition in which Simon Kinggives a practical guide to otter watchingon the west coast of Scotland, explains how divers can take part in a survey of underwater Britain and shows how to rescue and care for injured and orphaned bats. There's information about where to hear a nightingale and news of a project to record the creatures that visit yourgarden at night.
Producer Phil Chapman ; 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: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sue Barker charts the progress of the seeds, spotlights the headline makers, and reviews the pick of the action from the matches on the third day of the Wimbledon championship.
Comment on and analysis of the day's news stories. Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
The first of six thought-provoking documentaries exploring issues central to the lives of disabled people.
DAN is the Disabled People's Direct Action Network, a civil rights movement which is conducting a non-violent campaign of civil disobedience to attract attention to the issue of equal rights for disabled people. Shot over the first months of this year, the programme follows activists as they handcuff themselves to buses and chain themselves to trains in London and Cardiff in an effort to make their voices heard. in this glimpse of the everyday lives of people involved in the movement, Over the Edge reveals a picture of disabled individuals who are far removed from the stereotype of passive, wheelchair-bound victims.
12.05 "Madmen and Specialists" by Wole Soyinka Is eating people wrong? A dark and compelling but also richly ironic study of a civil war and its aftermath....................................
Today's events, debates, exchanges and developments in Parliament. Presented by Robert Orchard .
4.00-4.15 Benefits Agency
Today Signed and subtitled..
4.30 Cable and Wireless AGM 95
Highlights of this week's AGM of Cable and Wireless pic...........................
5.00-6.00am Voluntary Sector
Television Volunteer Management, Business on Board and a'video from the Terence Higgins Trust. With