6.20 Engineering Mechanics: Vibrations 2441151
6.45 The Other Virtuosos: Victorian Brass Bands 7280335
7.10 Information Technology: Rehabilitation, Teleworking and Software Failures
With Signing. Subtitled ..................
Eighth part of the adventure. (Rpt)
The story of how 40 people with learning difficulties took to the stage at the Sydney Opera House. Rpt ........................
Jenny Green assesses facilities for disabled people at the National Trust's
Brody gets a black eye. (Stereo)
Drama starring Dick Powell, Walter Slezak
An ex-serviceman searches relentlessly for the Nazi collaborator who was involved in his wife's death.
Film Reviews pages 45-50
A look at Goodrich, one of Australia's most gruelling off-road races
An old treasure map leads to a risky adventure. (Rpt) (Subtitled)
A holiday special from Blackpool. Shown last Sunday at 6.15pm
Omnibus edition. Stereo Subtitled.
London faces the wheelchair test ....
Regional News; Weather
Followed by Come Dancing
With teams from Sweden and Scotland.
Shown on Monday at 11.05pm on BBC 1
Last in the series on people who still work after retirement age.
Live from Gothenburg, including at 4.05 the women's 400m hurdles semi-finals, at 4.25the women's 1500m final, at 4.40 the men's 3000m steeplechase semi-finals, at 5.20 the men's 400m final, at 5.30 the men's shot put final, at 5.40 the women's 200m second round, and at 6. 1 the Women's 10,000m final.
Science fiction drama starring Patrick Stewart
An explosion affects the Enterprise's sensors and leaves Commander Riker permanently exhausted. Worf and Geordi start experiencing sharp pains and anxiety, and even Data dozes off.
Captain Jean-Luc Picard:
Commander William Riker:
Lt Commander Data:
Dr Beverly Crusher:
Lt Commander Geordi LaForge:
Counsellor Deanna Troi:
The second of six programmes about momentous events and how they affect people's lives.
Waris Dirie fled her Somalian desert home when, at the age of 13, she found out that her father intended to sell her to a 60-year-old man in exchange for four camels. She came to Britain in 1982 and, five years later, was discovered by photographer
Terence Donovan who put her on the cover of the Pirelli calendar.
This programme offers a personal insight into Waris's remarkable transformation from nomad to international supermodel, and culminates in her first journey back to Africa and a reunion with her mother after 15 years.
Continuing the repeat showing of the series of recipes for summer meals. One of the most evocative smells of summer is food barbecuing over a charcoal fire. In this programme Delia Smith demonstrates her alternatives to the usual fare: genuine half-pound burgers, spiced lamb and cashew kebabs and a wide range of accompaniments.
And there are mouth-watering alternatives for vegetarians.
Producer Caroline Hawkins ; Executive producer
Frances Whitaker * See Delia Smith : page 31
The first in a five-part series following British doctor Tony Redmond and a group of NHS colleagues as they try to alleviate the suffering in war-torn Bosnia. Their patients include a young boy maimed by a land mine and innocent victims hit by snipers' bullets. See today's choices.
See This Week: page 8
Lucinda Lambton Visits Hawkstone. In an extract from "One Foot in the Past", Lucinda Lambton explores the extraordinary artificial landscape at Hawkstone in Shropshire, known as the Thorpe Park of the seventies. Its unusual structures and vistas have now been restored to their former glory.
Revised rpt Stereo
The satirical news quiz starts a series of repeats tonight with the third programme ever - and the first time that Roy Hattersley, MP cancelled. See today's choices.
Followed by AFRICAN SUMMER
Video Nation Africa Shorts
The news programme featuring interviews and comment on the leading news stories of the day. Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
The last programme in the series on issues that affect the lives of disabled people in the nineties.
An ironic comedy drama featuring three members of the Liverpool comedy group No Excuses - Bee, Georgia and Daisy - trying to go about their normal daily lives in a spoof video diary.
Second Debut. Another short contemporary animation.
12.00 King Lear: a workshop exploring how actors attempt to convey Lear's madness, as well as "the reason in madness" so central to the meaning of the play
12.25 am History of Maths: Non-Euclidean Geometry: Is Euclidean geometry true? When 19th-century mathematicians investigated this question, they found a surprising answer.