6.40 Mathematical Models and Methods
5425872 7.051 Used to Work in the Fields 3483495 7.30 Insect Hormones
7.55 Rome underthe Popes Church and Empire 6326292 8.20 Outsiders In - Muslims in Europe
Animated tales about some ingenious pets.
The third of four new cartoon adventures about a group of super-powered mutants.
The special guests on the entertainment showthisweekare two actors from
BBC 1 's comedy drama series Out of Tune, Tim Downie , who plays Street, and Jotham Annan , who plays Ice-D.
Including at 10. 15 Bump in the Night
10.55 Pingu and at 11.40 Sporting
Hero - today Kriss Akabusi has a go at doing gymnastics. Hosted by Sarah Vandenbergh and Grant Stott.
Producer Ed Gray: Series producer Liz Scott
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The parliamentary review programme, presented by Jon Sopel. .... REGIONAL PROGRAMMES
Reports and analysis of the week's political events in the south.
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Introduced by Sue Barker.
12.35 Motor Racing Live coverage from Imola of the San Marino Grand Prix, the fifth round ofthis season's Formula 1
World Championship. Damon Hill will be aimingfor his second successive win in this race, havingtaken advantage of an early crash by Michael Schumacherto come in first last year. Commentary by Murray Walker , Jonathan Palmer and Tony Jardine. Highlights can be seen at 6.40pm.
3.00 World Snooker Coverage of the start of the two-day, 35-frame final from the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield. The two remaining players are competing over 35 frames forthe chance to win the world championship title andL200,000 prize money. Commentary by Ted Lowe , Clive Everton and Ray Edmonds.
Followed by Three-Day Eventing
Highlights from the show jumping phase of the Badminton Horse Trials. British riders have a superb record in this event, but Virginia Leng 's 1993 victory on Houdini was their last. Commentary by Michael Tucker , Lorna Clarke and Lucinda Green.
Followed by World Snooker
Further action from the snookerfinals.
Plusthe latest sports news, including the final day of the FA Premiership season.
Producer Martin Hopkins
Over 30 years ago, German wildlife film-maker Eugen Schuhmacher set off around the world to film for posterity creatures that he believed were on the verge of extinction. This two-part documentary shows his footage - entitled The Rare Ones - and returns to the original locations to discover how the species have fared in the meantime. Tonight's programme concentrates on the winners in nature's lottery of survival. Narrated by David Attenborough. Part two is tomorrow at 5.35pm. See today's choices.
Producer Richard Brock
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Highlights of this afternoon's San
Marino Grand Prix. Will Damon Hill and Jacques Villeneuve succeed in making the race Williams's fifth win at Imola since 1990? With commentary by Murray Walker , Jonathan Palmerand TonyJardine.
Producer Mark Wilkin ; Executive producer Jim Reside Repeated tomorrow at 1.00pm Stereo ..
Third in a six-part series tracing the history of British art from 1066 to the modern day.
My Wife, My Horse and Myself PresenterAndrew Graham-Dixon travels back to the 18th century, the golden age of British art, to explore the significance of works by such artists as Hogarth, Gainsborough and Stubbs, whose rich visual world depicted the life and preoccupations of their patrons, the aristocracy. See today's choices. Director Martin Davidson ; Series producer
Profits at Stake
Does a company do better if it lets its workers have a say? Will it maximise profits by listening to the woes of its suppliers? Two captains of British industry, group chief executive of Unipart John Neill and chairman of Dixons Sir Stanley Kalms , spell out their differing views on the idea of stakeholding in today's business world. Plus, to mark The Money Programme's 30th anniversary this year, a wry look back to the first edition in 1966. Last programme in series.
Producer Gill Holmes ; Editor Jane Ellison
Kevin Keegan was one of the most prolific strikers the English game has ever seen. Here, he talks about his greatest moments, reveals his heroes and villains, and discusses his hopes. Series producer Michael Wadding
Actor Neil Morrissey , who plays Tony in Men Behaving Badly, and referee Clive Thomas are the guest managers.
Hosted by FrankSkinnerand David Baddiel, with flatmate Statto.
Shown last Friday Stereo .....
Key action from the first day of this year's championship final, which sees two successful candidates out of the original entry of 458 players competing in a best-of-35-frames match.
Introduced by David Vine , with commentary from Ted Lowe , Clive Everton and Ray Edmonds.
Classic crime drama starring
Virginia Mayo , Edmond O'Brien
Ruthless gunman Cody Jarrett and his gang pull off a$300,000 train robbery, but commit murderin the process. They take refuge in a remote mountain cabin where Cody's mother and wife are waiting.
Director Raoul Walsh (1949, 15) B/W ... * See Films: pages 47-56 *****
Followed by Weatherview
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2.00 Childcare and Development-how babies develop and grow through play and their environment.
4.00 Suenos - World Spanish 13-16 -Spanish for beginners.
Business and Work
5.00 Walk the Talk Managers before the Mast
5.30 Work Is a Four- Letter Word What is a Supervisor?
6.00 Physics Ideal Sounds
7486728 6.25 Data Modelling- the Wood from the Trees
6.50 Silver - a Source of Power for the State