6.20 Cognitive Development
6.45 Blackpool - Holidays by the Sea 7953239 7.10Toulouseinthe 16th
Century 2081239 7.35Jean-Jacques Rousseau
With Signing. Subtitled ..................
First in a 13-part drama series, starring Rebecca Gooden.
Isabel 'Bella' Barrett:
In 1992, scientists from Russia and Norway entered the Kara Sea to investigate radioactive waste dumping. Rpt .
Access for disabled visitors to the New
Tate Gallery in St Ives, Comwall..
Ricky thinks a work friend has a crush on her. (Stereo)
Boxing drama. A champion fighter tries to weigh the importance of fame and fortune against his principles of fair play.
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Payton 's Place. American Bob Payton made his millions making pizzas..
Agent X20 masquerades as a speech therapist. (Rpt) (Subtitled)
Shown on Sunday at 6.25pm on BBC 1
Omnibus edition. Stereo Subtitled .
A look back on marriages made in the Second World War. Today, Stanley and Brenda Bassi recall the groom'sjourney from Normandy to Wales..............
Regional News and Weather
Followed by Come Dancing
Shown on Monday at 11.25pm on BBC 1
Last in the series, featuring the Reverend Lena Prince who, after a lifetime of work, wasordainedin 1994.
Regional News and Weather
Wartime drama starring
Anna Neagle , Trevor Howard
The story of a British secret service agent in France who was captured and tortured by the Germans.
Odette ANNA NEAGLE , Captain Peter Churchill TREVOR HOWARD. Henri MARIUS GORING , Amaud PETER
USTINOV, Jack BERNARD LEE. Mme Gliere MARIE BURKE Director Herbert Wilcox 1950) B/W
FILM REVIEWS pages 33-37
Captain Peter Churchill
Howard. Henri Marius
Mme Gliere Marie
True Q. Amanda, a promising new recruit to the crew of the Enterprise, possesses extraordinary powers that she endeavours to keep secret from the rest of her colleagues.
Captain Jean-Luc Picard:
Commander William Riker:
Lt Commander Data:
Dr Beverly Crusher:
Lt Commander Geordi LaForge:
John de Lancie
A compilation of live studio performancesfrom the new generation of British guitar-pop bands. The line-up includes Blur, Pulp, Supergrass and Elastica. Presented by Damon Albam of Blur. See today's choices.
Director Geraldine Dowd
Producer Mark Cooper
Jasper Conran - Styling the Swan
A documentary which goes behind the scenes of Scottish Ballet's production of Swan Lake. The dance group commissioned top fashion designer Jasper Conran to design both the set and the costumes. This programme follows the production's progress from the early stages through to the first night. Executive producer May Miller; Director Fiona Kelly First shown on BBC Scotland
The third of six programmes.
Ten-year-old [name removed] has autism, a mental disability characterised by lack of response to people and actions. This programme follows the daily life of Laurence at home with his parents, as they try to cope with the difficulties involved in bringing up an autistic child.
See today's choices.
Another chance to see the ten-part series of recipes for summer meals, usingseasonal ingredients. Bright Meals for Rainy Days
Delia Smith demonstrates some recipes for summer's rainy days, including a spicy Sri Lankan curry. Thai prawns served with angel hair pasta, and coconut lime cake.
Producer Caroline Hawkins ; Executive producer
Frances Whitaker * See Delia Smith : page 20
The second in a five-part series following British doctor Tony Redmond and a group ofNHS colleagues working in war-torn Bosnia.
The Divided City. Followingthe success of his first mission, Tony Redmond leads a second team of doctors and nurses into Sarajevo.
There, they discoverthe harsh realities of working in a war zone, and are taken aback when their attempts to control pain meet with suspicion.
Producer Emma Bowman ; Series producer
The wildlife show visits one of the most hostile environments of all - the city. Presenter Simon Kingdiscovers creatures that thrive on rusting cars, and rats stalkingthe streets.
Producer Graham Booth; Series producer MikeBeynon Repeated next Saturday
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Another chance to see the first programme in the second series of the satirical news quiz. Guests are comedian Sandi Toksvig and journalist David Thomas. They join team captains Paul Merton and Ian Hislop , and chairman Angus Deayton.
Director John F D Northover; Producer
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
Topical news analysis, featuring interviews with leadingfigures and debate on the stories behind the headlines. Presented by Peter Snow.
Tonight's programme of highlights from the Edinburgh Festival features a cycling trampolinist, the world's fastest juggler, and the death-defying Flying Olympios. The extraordinary future world created by Alasdair Gray in his novel Lanark is adapted for the stage, and the controversial photographs of dead bodies by Andres Serrano are challenged when the photographer answers accusations of obscenity. Presented by Emma Freud.
12.00 Open Advice: Becoming a Student Advice on how to become an Open University student.........
12.25am Student Doctors: the Getting of Judgement A look at decision-makingand whether it should be taught as part of the medical curriculum undertaken by student doctors.....................................