5.00 Voluntary Sector Television
Ethical investments, recycled furniture and the importance of good communication skills.
6.20 Cell Biology: Shaping Up
6.45 Geology: Form and Function of Fossils 5612153 7.10 Engineering
Mechanics: Designinga Lift
7.35 Science and Nuclear Waste
With Signing. Subtitled ..................
Animation. (Rpt) (Stereo) (Subtitled)
Harry is called upon to save the opening night of a play. (Stereo) (Subtitled)
Life in the Balance. How the actions of the human race are alteringthe evolution of plantlife, the animal kingdom, and perhaps mankind itself. Rpt ........
Helping the People to Help Themselves The work of two doctors serving in the province ofNusa Tengarra Timurforms the focus forthe last in the series
The week's final visit to Brighton forthe
Trades Union Congress. Today: a debate on employment law
Business and consumer news........
Rosemarie Ford introduces the final.
Shown on Monday at 11.30pm on BBC1
The Development of the Television. A look at one of the century's most influential inventions, from the pioneering steps to the latest innovations.
Musical starring Judy Garland
With Dirk Bogarde
On a visit to London for a concert, singing star Jenny Bowman is reunited with her youngson, who is unaware that the famous entertainer is his mother.
Director Ronald Neame ( 1963) * FILM REVIEWS pages 43-48
Including at 3.00 News Regional News; Weather
Regional News and Weather
Quiz, with Martyn Lewis.
Esther Rantzen talks to people involved in relationships with partners who are considerably older about the difficulties the age gap can present. Rpt Stereo ...
Today, Oprah discusses why undeniably intelligent people sometimes do foolish things. Stereo
Fourth in a six-part series on making the most of university and college.
Last Fiver 'Til Next Term. Chris Rogers finds out where most of a student's money goes, gets some tips on how to cut costs, and investigates the help available to conserve funds.......
Clint Walker , Edward Byrnes
An Indian scout and trapperfinds himself caught up in a battle between the Sioux Indians and the US cavalry.
Director Gordon Douglas (1959) * FILM REVIEWS pages 43-48
Second in a four-part series that examines the lack of educational choices fordisabled children.
Parent Power. Angharad is 11, Zahrah is 8. Because their parents have chosen to keep them at home rather than send them into segregated
"special schools with which they are dissatisfied, neither has ever attended school. Meanwhile, Claire's school life started in an institution that her parents claim failed to maintain even basic standards of personal care. Her parents began an 18-month battle with their local education authority to get their daughter moved to her local school. Producer Ann Pugh ; Series editor Ian Macrae
The first in a nine-part series of individual documentaries from a mixture of new and experienced directors.
The Peer and the Peaches. The story, played out against a backdrop of larger-than-life characters, of Pat and George Peach 's final year as retainers at Corsham Court in Wiltshire to the unconventional Lord Methuen.
See today's choices.
Director Penny Woolcock; Editor Peter Symes
He Dances for His Cormorants
Another chance to see the documentary illustrating the life of Zong Man , a Chinese fisherman who practises his profession with the help of his
1 2-stronggroup of male cormorants along a remote stretch of the Li River. See today's choices. Producer Frederic Fougea
Another classic episode of the vintage comedy series from the 1970s.
I'll Never Forget Whatshername. Terry tries to track down some of his old girlfriends. But delving into the past can have embarrassing consequences.
Written by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais ; Producer James Gilbert
Kirsty Wark introduces the last in the series of programmes celebrating classic buildings.
Britain's greatest railway monument, the Euston Arch, is set to be reclaimed from its resting place on a riverbed in east London and rebuilt at
Euston Station. Will the Heritage Lottery Fund help to finance this?
This year marks the centenary of the birth of architect Wintemute Wells
Coates. Elain Harwood visits three of his stylish buildings in London and Brighton, memories of a designerwho was decades ahead of his time.
Plus, jazz trumpeter
Humphrey Lyttleton recalls his fond feelings for Birmingham's Town Hall.
Series producer Basil Comely; Executive producers Sally Angel and Roland Keating
Ka-Boom. Grace reflects upon the finite nature of life when a colleague is killed in an accident at the plant.
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
Mark Lawson and the regular reviewing team of Tony Parsons , Tom Paulin and Allison Pearson return to delivertheir verdicts on the latest cultural highs and lows. Tonight: opinions on The Bridges of Madison County, Clint Eastwood 's film version ofthe best-selling novel, and Jonathan Miller 's production of Carmen forthe English National Opera. Editor Michael Poole
12.00 Open View
Highlights of next week's Open University programmes.
12.05-12.35am Cosmology on Trial
How did the Universe begin? How will it end? (Subtitled)