6.15 Cayley's Theorem 6919550 6.40 Integrating by Numbers 3475444 7.05 The Write to Choose - how children of all ages are encouraged to learn to write.
Subtitled 4230260 7.30 Mammals in Water
- a visit to HMS Dolphin and the Institute of Naval Medicine. 1458376 7.55The
University of Salamanca - a look at an important medieval seat of learning. 7876289 8.20 Runningthe Country
The Industry of Culture - examining the high-tech industries of TV, video and sound systems.
8.45 Play and the Social World - how does play help children to develop their social skills?
Animated tales about some ingenious pets.
First of a two-part cartoon adventure story featuringthe group of super-powered heroes. Stereo ...
Sunday morningentertainmentshow, today featuring Kevin Bishop from the new movie Muppet Treasure Island, John Pickard from the comedy drama
2 Point 4 Children and Emmerdale actors Richard Burke (who plays Marcus Ellis ) and Adele Silva (Kelly Windsor).
Including at 10.15 Bump in the Night
11.00 Pingu and at 11.30 Buried Treasure. Presented by Sarah Vandenbergh and Grant Stott.
Producer Ed Gray ; Series producer Liz Scott
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Introduced by Steve Rider.
12.05,4.05 Athletics European Cup Final coverage, including highlights of yesterday's action, from Madrid, where some of the continent's leading athletes are preparingforthis summer's Olympic Games in Atlanta. Commentary by David Coleman , Paul Dickenson , Brendan Foster and Stuart Storey.
12.35 Motor Racing Live Formula 1 action from the Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona. Will Michael Schumachertake the chequered flag for a second successive season? Orwill Damon Hill , who won in Spain two years ago, cross the finishing line first? Commentary by Murray Walker , Jonathan Palmer and Tony Jardine. Highlights can be seen at 9.50pm.
2.50,6.15 Rowing Coverage of the Lucerne Regatta. The event sees the last appearance by the British team before they compete in next month's Olympic
Games. It is also the final opportunity for some of the rowers to be selected for
Atlanta, including Scotland's triple world champion PeterHaining. Commentary by Gerald Sinstadt.
3.10 Racing Live coverage of the French Derby from Chantilly. The race was won last year by wonder horse Celtic Swing, following his unexpected defeat in the English 2,000 Guineas the previous month. The race starts at 3.50pm. Commentary by Jim McGrath , Peter O'Sullevan and Julian Wilson.
6.30 News Roundup
Dusk, a male badger, lives a normally contented life in his woodland estate - until humans intrude, invading his peaceful underground chamberwith their blood-thirsty dogs.
This animal drama, fromfatherand son film-making partnership John and Simon King , tells the story of one of Britain's best-loved yet most persecuted creatures. The programme was filmed in a natural setting, while special effects were used to re-create some of the more dramatic scenes.
DirectorSimon King; Producer John King
Giuseppe Verdi 's biblical opera is reinterpreted in this new production by the Welsh
National Opera, now in its 50th anniversary season. Conducted by Carlo Rizzi , the opera tells the story of the struggle and subjugation of the Judaean people, who are caught in the crossfire of two warringempires -
Egypt and Babylon. Controversially, this version also takes into account
20th-century history, with references to the Holocaust and war in Bosnia.
Nabucco is sung in Italian with English subtitles. Introduced by Rabbi Hugo Gryn. See today's choices.
Directors Tim Albery and Hilary Boulding
Abigaille slave and presumed daughter of Nabucco:
Zaccaria, high priest of the Hebrews:
Fenena, daughter of Nabucco:
Ismaele, nephew of the King of Jerusalem:
Hughes Jones (tenor)
High Priest of Baal:
Anna Zaccaria's sister:
Highlights of the Spanish Grand Prix from Barcelona, where British hopes lie with Damon Hill.
Repeated tomorrow at 2.10pm
Mavericks season of American films with a true spirit of independence, starring
Matthew Modine ,
Lara Flynn Boyle Empire City some time in the future: the lives of twins Henry Petosa and Freddy Ace , who were separated at birth, couldn't be more different. Henry is a shy and retiring motor mechanic, while smooth and ruthless hood
Freddy Ace 's career with gang boss Mr Paris is on the up. Although both are unaware of the other's existence, a twist of fate puts Henry and Freddy's vastly differing worlds on a collision course.
DirectorAlan Rudolph (1992, 15)
♦ See Films: pages 49-56
Satirical drama, continuing the season of films by the acclaimed Spanish director
Luis Bunuel , starring
Senor Nobile and his wife find their servants walking out just as they receive dinner guests. But, unlike the domestic staff, the bourgeoisie find it impossible to depart. As their ordeal continues, the well-healed, urbane friends revert to very basic instincts. In Spanish with English subtitles.
(1962.12) B/W............................... * See Films: pages 49-56 **** The season continues with Simon of the Desert on Friday at 12.45am
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2.00 Artists - a wide range of artists talk about creative ideas and influences. 84406 3.00 Design ― a discussion about design case studies and the manufacturing process.
4.00 Discovering Portuguese 3 and 4 - an introduction to the Portuguese language and culture: Bon Mot 2
Business and Work
5.00 Walk the Talk Magnificent
Mouchoirs - two young men set up a new business with a clearly defined market and a closely matched product. Rpt Stereo 41932 5.30 Winning- with Leadership - the secret of small company growth.
6.00 Baby Talk - during the first four years of life, a child learns most of the complexities of language.
6.50 Ancient Athens Acropolis Now - the temple buildings of ancient Athens are a potent symbol of the birth of Western civilisation. But what did they mean to those who built them?