6.15 Pure Maths 7243015
6.40 Maths 5261676
7.05 Twelfth Night Workshop 3229299
7.55 Women's Studies 6162096
8.20The Chosen People 4073725
8.45 Child Development
9.10 Animation. Rpt ......
Animated tales about some ingenious pets.
The last of four new cartoon adventures about a group of super-powered mutants
The special guests on the entertainment show are England rugby union player Rory Underwood, Panther from the Gladiators and London's Burning actor John Alford. Including at 10.15 Bump in the Night, 10.55 Pingu and at 11.40 Sporting Hero - today Kriss Akabusi tries synchronised swimming. Hosted by Sarah Vandenbergh and Grant Stott.
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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.
Presented by Bruce Parker
Introduced by Sue Barker.
12.35 Motor Sport Highlights of the fifth and sixth rounds of the British Touring Car ChampionshipfromThruxton.
Commentary by Murray Walker.
1.05 Motor Cycling The British
Superbike Championship from Oulton Park. Action from round three with Niall Mackenzie leading the race forthe title by 34 points. Commentary by Barry Nutley.
1.25,4.45 Cricket Sunday League action featuring Sussex v Warwickshire from Hove. Warwickshire, Sunday League champions two years ago, should include their exciting new South African star
Shaun Pollock. Sussex have been Sunday League champions only once, back in 1982, but this season include in their ranks West Indian Vasbert Drakes and England Test hopefuls Ed Giddins and Ian Salisbury. Commentary by Jack Bannister , Geoffrey Boycott ,
Simon Hughes and Christopher Martin-Jenkins .
3.30,4.00 Racing From Longchamps, featuring live coverage of the first two classics of the French flat season, the 1,000 and 2,000 Guineas. Plus news of the Prix Lupin. Commentary by Jim McGrath.
3.45,4.15 Rugby Union Highlights from Twickenham of the Middlesex Sevens final. The big news is the inclusion of a team from rugby league giants Wigan. Commentary by Nigel Starmer-Smith .
6.20 News Roundup
TV presentation (cricket) Alan Griffiths ; Producer
For 500 years the ideas and values that have shaped the world have been western. From the Renaissance to the Industrial Revolution and into the technological age, the west ruled the roost. But now, at the end of the millennium, the world stands on the verge of change. The next century is being described as the Asian Century.
In the first of two programmes,
Martin Jacques goes in search of the secrets of the success of the "tiger" economies of Asia. Hisjoumeytakes him first to the Guangdong province of China, expected to become the powerhouse of China's economy within 20 years. In Malaysia he examines the social engineering used to build a modern nation from colonial roots.
Finally, in Taiwan, he tries to discover whether modernisation is based on eastern values orwhether it follows a blueprint supplied by the west. Producer Mike Smith ; Editor Helen Boaden
Fourth in a six-part series tracingthe history of British art from 1066 to the modern day.
Modern Art. Presenter
Andrew Graham-Dixon travels to Norfolk,
Margate and Dedham Vale in Essex, visitingthe landscapes and exploring the paintings of Constable and Turner. He delves into their secret lives and loves, and reveals "the unsurpassed genius of the greatest British painters of all time". He also looks at the strange, private world of William Blake and examines the curious erotic dream images painted by Henry Fuseli. See today's choices.
Director Rik Lander ; Series producer Gillian Greenwood
The lions of Musiara Marsh in Kenya have to struggle to survive. For five months of the year the area is teeming with wildebeest and zebra and the lions are well fed and content. But when their favoured prey migrate south during the early part of the year, food becomes hard to find. Often the only choice is to tackle large and dangerous quarry like buffalo but the lions are likely to come away badly injured.
This film follows Kali, her cubs and other members of the pride through the lean months and up to the return of the zebra and wildebeest. But even with a plentiful supply of food, a lion's life is rarely peaceful. Narrated by John King. Producer John King ; Director Simon King
Revised rpt Stereo
Television presenters Desmond Lynam (a Brighton and Hove Albion supporter) and Zoe Ball (a Manchester United fan) are the guest managers. Plus special guest Jimmy Hill. Hosted by Frank Skinner and David Baddiel , with Statto. Shown last Friday
Frank Skinnerand David
Another chance to see an episode of the classic comedy, about a warring father and son who eke out a living as rag-and-bone men. Starring Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. Written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson
Crime drama starring
Al Reilly , a young assistant district attorney, idealistically sets about investigating the shooting of a Puerto Rican suspect by a veteran plain clothes policeman - and comes up against the roguest cop around.
Director Sidney Lumet (1990, 18)
♦ See Films: pages 49-56 ***
Lieutenant Mike Brennan:
Comedy starring Ugo Tognazzi, Michel Serrault
For 20 years, Renato and 'Zaza' have lived happily together in a flat above their drag revue club, La Cage aux Folles. Then Renato's son, Laurent - fathered in a moment of heterosexual abandon - announces that he is going to marry a girl. Worse than that, her father is a leading light in a political movement for moral order. In French with English subtitles.
Director Edouard Molinaro (1978, 15) See Films: pages 49-56 ****
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