6.00 Power to the People? How decisions are made about large-scale building projects. 6910069 6.25 Computing:
Building a Spreadsheet 6999576 6.50 Statistics: Which Test to Use
7.15 Only Four Colours - Shading a Map How mathematicians proved only four colours were needed for a map.
7277663 7.40 Science: Rats and Super Rats. Some rats have evolved a resistance to poison. 9026392 8.05
Atlantic Salmon - Scalingthe Salt Barrier Amazingfeats of migrating salmon.
2130514 8.30 Victorians and the Art of the Past 9353040 8.55 Caribbean Poetry Three Caribbean poets in discussion.
9372175 9.20 Rural India - a Vulnerable
Life 2177205 9.45 Statistics: Clinical
Trials. Tests on new medicines. 8034972 10. lOThe Newtonians
Newton's impact on 18th century thinking. 4653953 10.35 Film and Video Makers: The Burden of Representation. Modern images of race. 1744717 11.00 Money and Medicine The NHS's internal market. 6496717 11.25Science
Matters: Acid Politics. After 20 years of debate, Britain has signed an agreement to help reduce acid rain.
What's going on in the world of wildlife.
Simon King enters the weird world of the sea potato, persuades darter dragonflies to use his hand as a hunting perch, and goes in search of the edible dormouse.
Shown last Wednesday
Martial arts drama, made as a pilot for the 1970s TV series, and starring David Carradine
Into America's Wild West comes mysterious stranger, Caine, a man of peace whose awesome martial arts skills are severely tested when he helps some railroad labourers battle oppression.
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Kwai Chang Caine:
Blind Master Po:
Combined coverage as Desmond Lynam introduces the ladies' and men's doubles championships live from Wimbledon, and Tony Lewis presents furtherplayfrom
Edgbaston on the third day of England's Test against the West Indies.
Executive producers Martin Hopkins (tennis), Keith MacKenzie (cricket); Editor (tennis) John Rowlinson
This unusual charity event at
Gleneagles, Tayside, combines golf and clay pigeon shooting, with 12 celebrity teams competing. Among those taking part are Prince Andrew and sporting celebrities including
Question of Sport quiz captain and former cricketer Ian Botham , Blackburn football boss Kenny Dalglish ,
Scotland's World Cup rugby union
captain Gavin Hastings and golfer Colin Montgomerie. From the world of showbusiness the stars participating include pop singer Chris De Burgh , film actor Sean Connery , comedian Ronnie Corbett and opera singer Dame Kiri Te Kanawa. introduced by Hazel Irvine , with commentary by Peter Alliss and TonyGubba.
Producer Martin Webster
Dame Kiri Te
Third in a six-part series lookingat pop history, based on music journalist Pete Frame 's intricate hand-drawn family trees.
The series concentrates on human dramas behind some of the best known bands from the 1960s to the present. Deep Purple People
Tonight's programme charts the tempestuous history of one of the greatest hard rock bands of all time. In the early seventies, Deep Purple could claim to be the biggest band in the world in terms of record sales and the size of their live audiences. Yet tensions between the five members were neverfarfrom the surface and the history of the band is littered with splits. One of the many stories tells of the events which led to singer Ian Gillan leaving Deep Purple in 1973, an event which keyboard player Jon Lord describes as "the biggest shame in rock 'n' roll". Members of Deep Purple and offshoots such as Rainbow,
Whitesnake and Gillan describe with remarkable frankness the highs and lows of three decades of life in the music business. See today's choices. Series producer Francis Hanly
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Topical entertainment show starring Armando lannucci
Together with co-presenters Peter Baynham and David Schneider, lannucci takes an idiosyncratic slant on the week's events.
Sue Barker introduces highlights of today's ladies' singles final, talks to the winner and looks forward to tomorrow's men's singles final.
Producer Sharon Lence ; Editor Dave Gordon
Comedy drama set in the fifties, starring
William L Petersen
VirginiaMadsen Stud Cantrell is player-manager of the Tampico Stogies - a third-rate baseball team that can't hit, field ordraw crowds. Things can only get better, and they do in the shape of the beautiful
Dixie and two new players who rocket the Stogies to success. But, as Cantrell soon finds out, with success comes a whole lot of trouble. Made by the director of The Lords of Flatbush and Eddie and the Cruisers.
Director Martin Davidson (1987)
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Cecil Stud Cantrell:
Dixie Lee Boxx:
Joe Louis Brown:
Hale Buchman Sr:
Hale Buchman Jr:
Highlights of the third day's play between England and the West Indies at Edgbaston. Introduced by Richie Benaud.