5.00 Voluntary Sector Television
Volunteer Recruitment, States of Mind and Make a Difference, plus Charity Commission News and a video from
6.20 The Mammalian Kidney
6.45 Geology: Britain before Man
7016099 7.10 The Ocean Floor
7.35 A School of Genes
With signing. Subtitled ..................
Today's presenter is Andrew Neil.
Fordetails see Monday Stereo ..............
A review of the men's quarter-finals. Introduced by Sue Barker.
Douglas Fairbanks Jr
When an internationally renowned surgeon visitingthe state of Vosnia agrees to operate on a patient, not knowing that it is Vosnian dictator General Niva himself, he is drawn into the sinister world of central European politics.
Director Sidney Gilliat (1950)
* FILM REVIEWS pages 47-54
Dr John Marlowe:
Animated adventures of a boy called Harry and his friend the thundercloud.
Borneo: Forest without Trees. Dynamite fishing and modern technology have changed the life of the nomadic Baju tribe, while on land the vast, humid tropical forest is disappearing and with it the great orang-utans and elephants who live there. Rpt .....................................
Combined coverage of today's tennis and cricket. Desmond Lynam introduces the ladies' semi-finals live from Wimbledon and Tony Lewis presents play from
Edgbaston on the first day of England's third Test against the West Indies.
Including at 3.00 and 3.55 News Regional News; Weather
In the history of the car, few names evoke such emotion, reverence and sheer excitement as that of Ettore Bugatti. This celebration of the design individualist - some say, artistic genius - and his cars follows the fortunes ofagroupof nearly
Bugatti owners on a tour of northern Italy as they bring their gleaming charges to the Piazza di San Marco in Venice - the first time that motorcars have been allowed to enterthe city. Director Dennis Jan/is
Another chance to see the Timewatch programme presenting new evidence that the mysterious Sphinx of Egypt may be many thousands of years older than has hitherto been thought. The research of American investigator John West leads him to believe that current theories datingthe Sphinx at around the time of the Pyramids are wrong and that, farfrombeing4,500 years old, it was carved around 1 0,000 BC or possibly even earlier - well before the rise of the civilisation of the Pharaohs.
The established experts in archaeology have been queuingup to rubbish
West's revolutionary theory, but so far they haven't succeeded.
Producer Stephen Haggard ; Editor Laurence Rees
Sue Barker presents highlights from this afternoon's ladies' semi-finals.
The topical news analysis programme, featuring interviews with leading figures and debate on the stories behind the headlines. With
Second of a new lifestyle magazine programme aimed at the lesbian and gay male audience.
Lily Savage offers more practical tips on gay life, a guest reporter looks into the global gay holiday scene and another famous personality opens his home to scrutiny in Homes and Gardens. Marc Almond is this week's studio guest. Presented by Bert Tyler-Moore and Rhona Cameron.
Producer Neil Crombie
Followed by Weatherview
12.05 Open ViewA A look ahead to next week's OU programmes. Stereo.
12.10 Traffic Futures: Models or Muddles? It has been predicted that traffic volumes will double in the next
25 years. Can mathematics models help solve the problem of increasing traffic levels? ...........................
The debates in Parliament today. With Michael Fairbairn.