6.15 Calculating Pi - the historical hunt forthevalueofpi. 3407361 6.40Motion in a Circle -the forces involved in looping-the-loopatthefair.
7.05 images of Disability- how charity advertising portrays people with disabilities. Subtitled 3773019 7.30The
Regulation of Rowering-what causes a flowerto bloom? 1478800 7.55 Richard II
Politics, Patriotism and Authority- Jeremy Irons , Michael Cronin and David Giles discuss Shakespeare's play.
8.20 Women in Science and Technology-meeting three women with careers in theseareas. 5179090 8.45Czech
Education Afterthe Revolution- priorities for educationalists in the Czech Republic.
9.10 Puppydog Tales More tales about the ingenious pets
Actors Ian Bleasdale and Gray O'Brien (alias Josh and Richard from BBC TV's
Casualty) visit the show today, and there's s music from Let Loose. Plus the outdoor adventure game Buried Treasurewith ITV's Funhouse presenters, twins Melanie and Martina Grant , and cartoons X-Men,
PotsworthandCoandPingu. Hosted by Sarah Vandenbergh and Grant Stott. Producer Claire Mundell ; Series producer Liz Scott
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Introduced by Sue Barker .
12.05, 1.40, 3.30, 4.00, 4.30 Cricket: Third Test Coverage from the Oval of England v Pakistan. On the lasttwo visits to the Oval, Pakistan have clinched series victories over England. Fouryears ago they beat England by ten wickets to win the five-match series 2-1 while in 1987 a draw was enough to give them a 1-0 victory.
Javed Miandad steered the tourists to a record score of 708 in that 1987 match, Miandad hitting 260 of those runs with Salim Malik and Imran Khan also passing the century mark. This total meant England were forced to engage in a formidable rearguard action to escape with a draw, which they did thanks to Mike Gatting and Ian Botham. Commentary by Richie Benaud , Geoff Boycott , David Gower , As if Iqbal and Tony Lewis.
1.00 Cricket: Under 19s A final look at the England Under-19 side whose series with the touring New Zealand Under-19s finishes today at Hove. This was the third match these teams played and the home side we re confident of victory after their series win over South Africa last year.
1.20 Motorcycling Highlights of races 11 and 12 of the British Superbike
Championship from Knockhill. Jamie Whitham isquickly closing the gapon championship leader Niall Mackenzie having won the last four races to move within five points of the ever consistent
Mackenzie. Commentary by Barry Nutley.
3.15,3.40,4.15 Racing From Goodwood, featuring races at 3.20, 3.50 and 4.20pm. Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Jim McGrath and Jimmy Lindley.
6.20 News Roundup
3.40-6.40 (not PDC)
With two days of competition remaining in Atlanta, today's finals on the track include the sprint relays and the 1500m. In the swimming pool there are finals in the 50m freestyle and 100m breaststroke. The individual medals will also be decided in the table tennis tournament, plus more decisive action from the tennis, shooting and weightlifting competitions.
Presented by Helen Rollason , with commentary from Hamilton Bland and Paul Dickenson. Coverageofthe final day commences tomorrow at 6.30pm. Producer Joanne Ashton ; Editor Trevor Morris
Russia. Five years afterthefallof communism, the new Russia has been gripped by capitalist anarchy and spiralling inflation that has made Moscow the most expensive city outside Japan. But Magenta DeVine goes out on the town with a group of flourishing young millionaires, ending at a club with a L6,500 entrance fee.
By contrast, previouslywell-paid professionals are now strugglingto survive. Simon O'Brien talks to one of them, a doctor whonowearnsmore selling kebabs than saving lives.
Before leaving for St Petersburg, the pair sample Moscow's nightlife: DeVine with an elite police squad formed to combat Moscow's mafia and O'Brien with fashion-conscious clubbers living a nocturnal existence.
In St Petersburg, the country's cultural heart, the pairexperience white nights at a weekend dacha party in which a 2am beach rave takes place underthe sun ratherthan the stars.
Producer Ricky Kelehar ; Series producer
Highlights from Spa-Francorchamps of today's Belgian Grand Prix. Against a stunning backdrop deep in the Ardennes forest, the circuit offers a testing combination, with the super-fast Eau Rouge corner and the La Source hairpin. Commentary by MurrayWalker, Jonathan Palmer and Tony Jardine.
Repeated tomorrow at 10.05am Stereo.....
HG Wells - the Panther and the Jaguar
Michael Foot's two-part biography of the novelist and pioneer of the science-fiction genre concludes with a study of his relationships with fellow writer Rebecca West and Russian baroness Moura
Budberg, his meetings with Lenin and Stalin and his aspiration to become a global guru. See today's choices.
Western, beginning a new
Way Out West season, starring
Richard Widmark , Carroll Baker
The true story of a Cheyenne tribe that, being starved to extinction on a reservation, embarks on the long trek backto its old homelands. The move revives hatreds and the threat of war.
Showing in widescreen format.
Director John Ford (1964, U) ♦ See Films: pages 66-74 ****
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Secretary of the Interior:
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Major Jeff Blair:
Continuing the season celebrating the 30th anniversary of one of television history's most successful series.
David Soul - best known for his role as Ken Hutchinson in the long-running American police series Starskyand Hutch- talks about The Apple, an episode in which he appeared.
Star Trek Night, an evening of programmes devoted to the classic sci-fi series, begins tomorrow at
Highlights from the Oval of the fourth day's play in the Third Test between
England and Pakistan. The tourists went into the match with a 1-0 lead. Hosted byRichieBenaud.
2.00 Star Gazing Essentials: Compilation starting a week of themed programmes looking at the night sky, astronomy, cosmology and the universe.
4.00 Greek Language and People: 7,8; French Know How: 4
Business and Work
5.00 The Tourist: Meeting Others: The rise and fall of the holiday camp, from the days of the great pioneers to the corporate leisure centres and holiday worlds of today. Repeat
6.00 Maths on the Street: Young Brazilian street traders who learn their mathematics at the school of life. Repeat 3313978
6.25 Data about Data: A set of database tools developed by British Gas illustrating the need for data about data. Repeat 3325713
6.50 Interrogating the Past Challenging the Present: Is history just a present-day version of distant events? Repeat
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