5.30 Film Education The making of a film: Judge Dredd , a case study..
6.20 Maths Models and Methods: Keep Your Distance
How far behind the car in front should you drive to avoid an accident and how do you encourage people to stay that far apart?
6.45 Religion and Society in Victorian Bristol
Victorian churches, chapels, citadels, missions and schools reveal much about religious activities and class divisions in 19th-century Bristol.
7.10 Seville: Gateway to the Indies
Granted the monopoly on trade with the New
World, by the 16th century Seville had become the foremost centre for international trade and navigation.
7.35 Understanding Music: Following a Score
Advice on how to follow and understand a musical score.
The programme offering members of the public a chance to tackle politicians on important current issues. Presented today by Trevor Phillips.
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Highlights of the ladies' quarter-finals.
(Shown yesterday at 9.50pm) (Stereo)
Stowing away on a steamerto avoid paying her hotel bill, Maisie runs into trouble at an African rubber plantation.
Director Henry Potter (1940) B/W .......... ♦ FILM REVIEWS pages 47-54
Dr Michael Shane:
From Old Trafford, Manchester.
Shown last Sunday on BBC I at 6.25pm
Animation, with the voices of Bob Peck and Anna Carteret.
Live coverage of this afternoon's men's quarter-finals, with Desmond Lynam.
4.00-8.00 pm............................ including at 3.00 and 3.55 News Regional News; Weather
Action from one of the most prestigious meetings of the Grand Prix season - the Lausanne Grand Prix in Switzerland. At this event last year, American sprinter Leroy Burrell set a new world 100 metres record of 9.85 seconds, shaving one-hundredth of a second off the previous best time set by Carl Lewis in 1991. A strong field of sprinters is expected this year, aiming to reproduce the quality of 12 months ago when the top three all recorded times of under 10 seconds. Big names are also due to appear in other events as the top athletes continue their preparation for the World Championships in Gothenburg, less than a month away. Commentary by David Coleman, Stuart Storey and Paul Dickenson. Introduced by Helen Rollason , with Brendan Foster. Producer Martin Webster ; Editor Philip Bernie
What's going on this week in the world of wildlife. Simon King enters the weird and wonderful world of the sea potato, persuades some darter dragonflies to use his hand as a huntingperch, and then goes in search of the extremely cute edible dormouse. Watch Out is keen to hearfrom viewers with suggestions for wild creatures and their habitats that could be featured on future editions of the programme.
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Sue Barker presents highlights of the men's quarter-finals.
Germany's Boris Becker has only twice failed to reach the semi-finals since his first championship win in 1985 at the age of 17. If he takes the title this year, he will become only the second man in Wimbledon's history to win it again ten years afterhisfirst victory. The only other playerto do this was Bill Tilden , men'schampionin 1920 and 1930.
By the Labour Party. With on-screen subtitles.
Shown at 8.55pm on BBC and at 10.00pm on ITV ............................................
Comment on the day's news stories. With Kirsty Wark.
The second of six thought-provoking documentaries exploring issues central to the lives of disabled people.
If society disables people as much as the disabilities themselves, do different societies disable people in different ways? This was the fascinating question behind a video letter exchange set up between two groups of disabled people, with individuals in Norwich posing questions for their counterparts in Suva, capital of Fiji in the South Pacific. The replies from the people of Suva are revealing about cultural attitudes to disability in Fiji and the problems currently facing disabled people there, but their stories also create a powerful impression of optimism and self-reliance. As the correspondence between Suva and Norwich develops, Over the Edge shows that, despite their very different cultures, the two groups have a great deal in common.
12.10 Bulls, Bears and China Shops A programme demonstrating how
Marks and Spencer has adapted to the demands of marketing its products in Hong Kong. ..............................
12.35 Making Medical Decisions: Resource Constraints A look at rational ways of deciding how limited resources for medical treatment should be allocated
Today's events, debates, exchanges and developments in Parliament. With Michael Fairbairn.