6.15 Pure Maths Coping with irrationality 7402773
6.40 Maths Methods Vector Products - dots and crosses. 84047i.t
7.05 Learning for All: Learning to Care - a look at the approach in Strathclyde towards providing nursery school places. Subtitled 6245402
7.30 Strategy on the Screen - a look at two computer systems for company boardrooms. 7370266
7.55 The Thrie Estaitis 4566518
8.20 Biology HeanngtDeCaM 7626334
8.45 Child Development: Attachment
Futuristic animation sehes. Quentin MacLeod fights to save the human race. Stereo..................78J
Cartoon. First of four new adventures about a group of mutants strivingto help a hostile world.
The bold and brazen Phoenix continues to inhabit Jean's body.
The return ofthis live entertainment show. Special guests this week include Bugs stars Craig McLachian and Jesse Birdsah , and members from the cast of BBCl's
Byher Grove andChanne)4's Ho/tyoaks. FormerOiympic runner Kriss Akabusi tries quad bikingat 11.40. there's musicfrom US band 3T, and Bun'ed Treasure, the adventure game in the Scottish High!ands. Pius cartoons, with Bump fn the N;gDt at
10.15 and Pingu at 10.55. Hosted by Grant Stott and Sarah Vandenbergh , formerly Lauren from Ne/gDbours. Producer Ed Gray: Series producer Uz Scott
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When the Enterprise investigates a planet that exerts a strong magnetic pull, Kirk and Spock encounter a wrecked ship and its injured pilot, whose secret threatens the future of the whole of civilisation.
Star Trek, the Next Generation, Wednesday at 6.00pm
Captain James Kirk:
PatheNewsfrom 1956. e/w.....
Reports and analysis of the week's poiiticai events in the south.
Presented by Bruce Parker. ..............
The parliamentary review programme, presented by JonSopei................... REGIONAL PROGRAMMES
Sharpshooters Tony Drago and Steve James coihdethis afternoon at the Crucible in Sheffietd in the World
Championshipfirst round, with Dave Haroid and Nei) Fouids also playing their match through to a conclusion.
Precocious Ronnie O'Suiiivan , the piayer tipped as a future World Champion, also begins the fina! frames in his best-of-19 match against Aiain Robidoux. Hosted by David Vine.
Coverage of today's showpiece match at Twickenham, where reigning league champions Leicester take on a star-studded Rest of the World XV. Plus highlights of Orreil's dash with Bath. Presented by John Inverdale .
Coverage of the action on day two of the World Championship, including the climax of Ronnie O'Sullivan's match with Canada's Alain Robidoux and the results of another two matches.
Presented by David Vine.
Highlights of this morning's race in which thousands ofeiite. ciubandfun runners faced the challenging
26.2-miie course from Greenwich in south-east London to Buckingham Paiace, hoping to improve their personal best times and raise money for charity in the process.
A six-part sehes tracing the history of Br!t!sh art from
1066 to the modem day.
Dreams and Hammers. Duringthe
Middle Ages, the British isies produced a mag!ca! and visually inventive artistic landscape fu!i of saints, sinners and demons. But the Reformation in the 16th century started a destructive tradition of image-smashing. Andrew Graham-Dixon travels across the country viewing some of the greatest pieces that managed to escape the bonfires of Protestant extremism.
See today's choices.
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What is known about the Americans who are buying British electricity companies? After a spate of takeovers by giant US corporations, questions are being raised about their suitability as owners of Britain's regional electricity boards. Simon Gompertz asks whether the electricity reguiator will be able to keep the newcomers under control. Producer James Stephenson : Editor Jane Ellison
Actress and Arsenal fan Susan Tully joins broadcaster and Millwall supporter Danny Baker as the guest managers. Hosted by Frank Skinner and David Baddiel, with Statto.
Shown last Friday (Stereo)
Further coverage, with 1991 champion John Parrott in first-round action against fellow Liverpudlian Rod Lawlor and Peter Ebdon concluding his match with Dene O'Kane. Stereo
Drama starring James Spader, Mandy Patinkin
A random encounter between Nashe, a rootless ex-foreman, and Pozzi, a con man and cardshark, leads to a poker game with two sinister, reclusive millionaires. The latter win and extract a grim price - the losers are imprisoned, and forced to build a wall across an open field, stone by stone. There seems no prospect of escape.
Director Ptit!!pHaas(1993, 15)
See Films: pages 51-56 ***
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Chme drama starring
Edward G Robinson
Ashotcopandare!uctant witness are just the start of Barnaby's prob!ems on a typica! working day. However, the tough LA potice captain finds time to deal with some of life's iessertnbuiations.
D!rectorAmo!dLaven(1953) B/W ..... ♦ See F!!ms: pages 51-56 **
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2.00 Customer Care
4.00 Suenos - World Spanish 5-8 -Spanish for beginners.
Business and Work
5.00 Walk the Talk: Race for the Pitch - how a team manages to work creatively together to pitch for an advertising account. Rpt 55/54
5.30 How Do You Manage? The Clever Stuff- how to generate ideas from yourself.
6.00 Engineering Mechanics
Designing a Lift - two different types of lift illustrate engineering principles. 7474990 6.25 Just in Time?
Restructuring Corporate America - how three major US companies are facing up to the economic challenges of the nineties. Rpt