6.20 Biology: Control in Reproduction
How does a Soay sheep know that it is the right time of year for breeding?
6.45 Zimbabwe: Health for All
How Zimbabwe's healthcare system has changed since the country's independence in 1980.
7.10 Ecology: Tawny Owls
Observing the lifestyles of the tawny owls of Wytham Wood near Oxford.
7.35 Darwin and Diversity
The tropical forests, oceanic islands and vast continents encountered by Charles Darwin which prompted his ideas on evolution.
Today's presenter is Andrew Neil.
(For details see Monday)
A review of the third day. With Sue Barker.
(Shown yesterday at 9.50pm)
Comedy starring Jerry Lewis
In the belief that sympathetic handling can tame juvenile delinquents, a cop attempts to reform Sidney Pythias - a timid janitor who has fallen foul of the law - with unexpected results.
Film Reviews pages 63-68
Animation set at the North Pole.
Adventures of a little car who lives in a motor museum. (Rpt)
Desmond Lynam introduces comprehensive coverage of the fourth day of the championships, while Sue Barker talks to the men and women who have made today's headline news.
Including at 3.00 and 3.55 News; Regional News; Weather
In this Top Gear special Jeremy Clarkson discovers why in Italy the religion is Catholicism, but the god is Ferrari. Of all the super-cars - Lamborghini, McClaren and Jaguar included - the Ferrari is the epitome of a car enthusiast's fantasy. The name, the styling inside and out, the chassis, the engine, the performance - fans believe they all combine in mechanical and aesthetic perfection. The road models provide finesse and delicacy, with enormous power under the hood. And on the race track the Ferrari record is second to none - they have won more racing events than any other team, and have completed the Le Mans/Formula One World Championship double not once, but three times. Jeremy also gets to drive some of his own dream cars, including the Daytona and the 456GT, the latter of which he describes as "a steel deity. It's sex on wheels."
Sci-fi thriller series.
When Aggie Travers is suspended from school after a mysterious telekinetic attack on a fellow pupil, her anxious parents decide to hire a nanny. The woman they employ, Karen Ross, soon establishes a rapport with the difficult child and begins a secret educational project of her own. Meanwhile, a peculiar government agent is involved in tracking down a sinister, covert organisation called "the Sanctuary".
Sue Barker reports on the form of the favourites and the latest players to join the casualty list. Last year on the first Thursday, third seed Stefan Edberg and fifth seed Jim Courier followed second seed Michael Stich out of the championships. Meanwhile, court number one was the scene of an epic encounter in which Spain's Sergi Bruguera beat Australian hopeful Patrick Rafter 13-11 in the fifth set.
The topical news analysis programme, featuring interviews with leading figures and debate on the stories behind the headlines. With Jeremy Paxman.
First of a new lifestyle magazine programme aimed at the lesbian and gay male audience. Promising glamour, wit, a glittering array of celebrities and exclusive reports on gay life worldwide, this first programme looks at the first school for gay teenagers, based in New York. It also boards a bus carrying transvestites and lesbians down the M 1 to the Pride 95 festival in London.
Regularelements of the series will include an unorthodox holiday slot called Wish You Were Queer, explorations of the homes of the gay and fabulous entitled Homos and Gardens, and Life with Lily in which Lily Savage provides a guide to surviving gay life. Mark Anthony will be giving advice on how to achieve the body beautiful in some workouts filmed on Miami Beach. See today's choices. Producer Neil Crombie
Followed by Weatherview
12.05 Open View
A look ahead to the weekend's OU programmes.
12.10 Materials: Going through a Phase
How engineers can design new alloys and understand the changes that can take place deep within the materials.
The debates, exchanges and developments in Parliament today. With Robert Orchard.