6.00 Seeing with Electrons
making circles and ellipses, hyperbolas and parabolas.
6.50 Social Work in the Inner City
7.15 Black Girls in Search of Learning
7.40 A School of Genes
8.05 Religion and Society in Victorian Bristol
8.30 Questions of National Identity
9.20 Bridging the Gap
how teachers can help children move from primary to secondary school.
9.45 Ensembles in Performance
two ensembles perform works by Corelli and Schubert. (Subtitled)
10.10 Magnetic Fields in Space
how the Northern Lights are closely linked to the sun. (Subtitled)
10.35 A Migrant's Heart
a theatre director traces family roots in India. (Subtitled)
11.00 Only Four Colours: Shading a Map (Subtitled)
11.25 Managing Biodiversity Forests in Trinidad
11.50 Accumulating Years and Wisdom
Live action from the sixth day of the championships. By the end of today's play, the last 16 in both the men's and ladies'singles should be decided.
Introduced by Sue Barker. Commentary by John Barrett , John Alexander ,
Chris Bailey , Mark Cox , Barry Davies , Jo Durie ,
Ann Jones , David Mercer , Pam Shriver , Bill Threlfall , Julian Tutt and Virginia Wade.
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The biennial competition to find the Eurovision Young Musician reaches the final in Lisbon, Portugal. Eight finalists, out of an original list of players from 22 countries, compete forthe title by playing movements from concertos of their choice, accompanied by the Portuguese Symphony Orchestra conducted by Luis Izquierdo. Two years ago, cellist
Natalie Clein became the first British winnerof the Europe-wide contest. This year violinist
Rafal Payne won the BBC Young Musician competition and the right to represent the UK. Presented by Sarah Walker.
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Further coverage from today's play at the All England Club. Stereo .............
First of a five-part documentary series focusing on the trials and tribulations of becoming a Christian minister by following students at Queen's College, Birmingham, who are preparingfora life in the Church.
Something a Little Bit Different
Student Chris Rowberry , a former social worker and chef, chose to apply forthe Church of England's priesthood when he was at the Greenbelt Christian rock festival two years ago. He is a New age sympathiserand subscribes to a controversial approach to faith called Creation Spirituality. His views clash with the more traditional spiritual values of Queen's College and, a few months into his studies, he is wonderingwhy he came to train in a theological college at all. He also has to prepare to deliver his first service. Directors David Pearson and Ashok Prasad Producer David Pearson
Third of a ten-part series in which musicians tell the story of rock music.
So You Want to Be a Rock and Roll Star. When Bob Dylan arrived in New York, he stirred up not only the placid world of folk music but also rock'n'roll, influencing everyone from the Beatles to the Byrds. Meanwhile in Britain, the Beatles were expandingon the legacy of the Shadows and skiffle to open out British rock music. See today's choices.
Directors Daniel McCabe and Vicky Bippart Series producer Hugh Thomson
INFORMATION: about the series can be accessed on the internet at http://www.bbcnc.org.uk/
BBC BOOK: a book accompanying the series Dancing the Street: a Rock and Roll History is available from booksellers.
Highlights of today's play at the All
England Club, plus a look back on the events of the first week of the tennis championships. introduced by Sue Barker , with views from a guest expert. Producer Sharon Lence ; Editor Philip Bernie
Starting a twice-weekly showing of repeat episodes from the first series.
When Scully and Mulder investigate a death, their inquiries lead them to a religious sect.
See today's choices.
(The next episode of The X Files is on Monday at 9.40pm)
The last in a three-part European edition of Fantasy Football League, presented by Frank Skinner, David Baddiel and their flatmate Statto.
The celebrity managers are presenter of Channel 4's Gazzetta Football Italia James Richardson, expert on the paranormal Uri Geller, and Andy Gray from Sky Sports.
Director Nick Bigsby; Producer Andy Jacobs
Shown yesterday Stereo ...................
The first of six repeats of last autumn's eclectic music shows introduced by pianist Jools Holland. Tonight's show features Manchester indie band Black Grape, soul sensation D'Angelo, Jamaican reggae legend Gregory Isaacs , former Madness frontman Suggs, and platinum-selling American rock star Melissa Etheridge.
Director Janet Fraser-Crook ; Producer Mark Cooper
Violinist Tasmin Little , a Young
Musicians finalist from 1982, plays music by Delius and Brahms, with pianist Martin Roscoe.
Director Bob Coles 7 BBC GUIDE TO MUSIC MAKING: price £3.50 is available from BBC Edcuation, PO Box 7. London W5 2GQ
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