6.15 Pure Maths: CalculatingPi
6.40 Motion in a Circle 7681060 7.05
Maths: Modelling Cranes 2726350 7.30 Developing World: Towards a Better Life 7705114 7.55 Art in 14th-century Italy: the Baptistery, Padua
8.20 This Little Flower Went to Market:
The decisions involved in transporting goods from the farm to the supermarket. Subtitled 7280244 8.45 Children and New
9.10 Animation about a group of mutants helping a hostile world.
This week, supporters of Salt 'n' Pepa face fans of PJ and Duncan in the music quiz. Plus, how the group Cappella spend a typical day.
Presented by Toby Anstis and Dannii Minogue.
Today's animal attractions: a rare rhinoceros and a baby gorilla at Port
Lympne Zoo; the sounds designed to draw an owl's attention; a seal colony and some nesting cormorants in Northern
Ireland; and a wildlife club with a penchant for bats. With Michaela Strachan , Howie Watkins , Chris Packham and Janice Acquah.
10.25 Grange Hill The series from 1985. Calley overhears some disturbing news. CalleySIMONEHYAMS, Ronnie TINA MAHON ,
Janet SIMONE NYLANDER , Fay ALISON BETTLES , Julian DOUGLAS CHAMBERLAIN
Written by Margaret Simpson
10.50 The Little Vampire Live action drama in 13 parts about young Anton and his two nocturnal friends.......
11.15 Pirates Third in a six-part drama. Afate worse than death lies in wait when the health visitor arrives at the Pirate household to weigh Baby Bones.
Roger Bones PAUL BROWN, Gran (Abigail) Blood LIZ SMITH. Lambkin Bones HAYLEY ELLIOTT,
Man-in-the-Sack TOBY SEDGWICK , Helen Kitten
DEBBY BISHOP, Lawrence Kitten BENJAMIN RENNIS, Miss Tweedle ANN TIRARD , Jill Crutchworthy
HELEN LEDERER. Maxine Svelte MAGGIE NORRIS
Written by Rebecca Stevens and Peter Tabern
11.40 The 0 Zone Music magazine featuring interviews, profiles, news and reviews. Stereo .............................
Miss Tweedle Ann
Introduced by Sue Barker.
12.00,1.40,3.30,4.00,4.30 Cricket: Sixth Test Going into the final Test between England and the West Indies with the series level, all three different results were still possible. Commentary on the fourth day's play from the Oval by Richie Benaud , Geoff Boycott , David Gower , Tony Lewis and Colin Croft.
1.00 Rowing (shared with Swimming) Qualification for next year's Olympic Games is one of the incentives for competitors in Tampere, Finland at the world championships. Commentary by Gerald Sinstadt and Chris Baillieu.
1.00 (shared with Rowing), 6.00
Swimming From Vienna, the final day at the European championships. Commentary by Hamilton Bland and Andy Jameson.
3.15, 3.40, 4.10 Racing From
Goodwood, with the 3.20,3.50 and 4.20 races. Commentary by PeterO'Sullevan, Jim McGrath and Jimmy Lindley.
TV presentation (cricket) Keith Mackenzie and AlanGriffiths Stereo .........................
Adventurer Benedict Allen is the real-life answerto Hollywood's intrepid Indiana Jones. Undaunted by drug traffickers, hostile natives and ferocious wild beasts, he ventures into an uncharted area of the Peruvian rainforest in search of the terrifying giant snake of the Amazon that patrols the legendary Wild Lake. A very wary local tribal chief accompanies him part of the way but, armed only with a camcorder and a machete, he is left to make the final push alone.
Fourth in an off-beat six-part series in which pieces of old film footage are edited to comical effect.
Time, Macfaddyan, Please. When a young boy borrows Macfaddyan's time-travelling bicycle to pedal into the future, he inadvertently awakens the people of the 1950s to the myriad horrors ahead that lie in wait for them in the dreaded 1970s.
Anxious not to change, the menfolk of the 50s immediately take the decision to obliterate the 1970s from the pages of history by sendinga squadron of Second World War bombers on a mission of destruction. It is left to Doctor Macfaddyan to save the future for coming generations by turning back time to prevent the attack. Written and produced by Kim Fuller , Geoff Atkinson B/WandColour Stereo
First of two programmes following a Zoo Task Force in its ongoing campaign against the abominable conditions uncovered in some of Europe's 2,000 zoos.
Cameras film the rapid response team in Belgium, Romania and Armenia as they answer alerts, investigate cases of abuse and clamp down on the worst offenders. The second part can be seen tomorrow at 8.00pm. See today's choices.
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Highlights of the Belgian Grand Prix.
Repeated at 1 0. 1 0am tomorrow Stereo.
Since 1919, when Jack Dempsey fought Jess Willard in the first filmed world title fight, the faces of boxing's heavyweight champions have become among the most instantly recognisable in the sporting world. Their lives - colourful, glamorous, inescapably violent, impossibly opulent - have enjoyed universal public appeal throughout the years.
Often, their influence has transcended the ring, and heavyweight boxers have been invested with a wider social and political significance.
Joe Louis's one-round destruction of Max Schmeling in the 1930s was, for example, hailed as a triumph for American values over Nazi intolerance and oppression. And, more recently, the violently unpredictable behaviour of Mike Tyson prior to his incarceration for rape dominated news headlines.
The juxtaposition of life's extremes in rags-to-riches-to-rags-again stories has provided fertile ground for film-makers the world over. This Fine Cut special, full of archive footage and interviews, serves as a social panorama of the 20th century as seen through the lives of the men who have held the greatest prize in sport. Director Jean-Christophe RosÃ©
B/W and Colour Subtitled ....................
A documentary, opening the New York Stories season of tales from deep within the urban jungle.
In the safety of a taxicab, under the cover of night, people often reveal facts about themselves they would otherwise keep secret. Over a four-week period, cameras were secreted in a New York City cab with a driver chosen for his ability to strike up intimate conversations with his passengers.
In the course of the journeys, an off-duty cop talks about death in a chilling, matter-of-fact manner, a man recounts the tragedy that led to homelessness, and a prostitute and mother tells of her struggle with hard-drug addiction. The acutely frank disclosures reveal a rich core of dark personalities at the heart of the city known as the Big Apple.
The New York Stories season continues with Martin Scorsese's black comedy starring Griffin Dunne, Rosanna Arquette.
A night out in Manhattan becomes a nightmare for hapless computer expert Paul Hackett when his date, Marcy Franklin , leads him from one bizarre adventure into another.
The next film in the New York Stories season. Taxi Driver, is tomorrow at 10.30pm on BBC2
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