6.15 Pure Maths Shapes of Flows - studying the behaviourofthe Victoria Falls and the whirlpool at the La Ranee barrage, two spectacular examples of flows.
2647604 6.40TopsandGyroscopes-a mathematical examination of angular momentum through a spinningtop and a ship's stabilising system.
7.05 Business Mundo Sem Fronteiras - chartingthe history of international trade. 7581333 7.30 Patterns in Green - a look at the huge variety of patterns produced by plants and their flowers. 9392468 7.55 Women in Television -Taking the Credit-why television programmes made by women stand out. 2544604 8.20
Understanding Modern Societies A Global Culture -comparing marketing strategies. 9588420 8.45Survivingthe Exam - advice on preparing OU exam candidates.
Two more pet tales. Vivjoins the bugs-in-the-wall club. A magician steal's Elwood's dancing hat and Viv'sjazz band. Stereo...............
Comedy actor Karl Howman , star of BBCl's Bad Boys, is today's studio guest. At 10.30, the outdoor adventure game Buried Treasure takes Wee Al to the Scottish Highlands, plus cartoons X-Men, Potsworth and Co and Pingu. Hosted by Sarah Vandenbergh and Grant Stott. Producer Ed Gray ; Series producer Liz Scott
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Introduced by Sue Barker.
12.05 Athletics A review of the recent IAAF World JuniorChampionships in Sydney, Australia. Two years ago in Lisbon the Great Britain team returned from Portugal with a haul of seven medals, including golds for LarryAchike in the triplejump and forthe 4x100m relay team. Sprinter Ian Mackie , a bronze medallist in the last championships over 200m, reached the 100m semi-finals at the Atlanta Olympics.
12.45 Water-skiing The men's finals in the slalom andjump events at the British Masters in Reading. One of the strongest fields away from majorchampionships boasts reigning world slalom champion Patrice Martin and defendingjump title-holder Steffen Wild. Hopes for home success restwith Jodi Fisher in the slalom, and Jason Seels and Paul Price in thejump competition. Commentary by Hazel Irvine , Phillipa Roberts and John Battleday.
2.00,4.40 Cricket Live coverage of Surrey's Sunday League fixture with Warwickshire, a key game with the end of the season just a fortnight away.
3.30 Equestrianism Great Britain's stars compete for the firsttime since the Atlanta Olympics, in the British Horse Trials Championshipfrom Gatcombe Park.
William Fox-Pitt won the title last year on Hackett's Chaka. The main overseas challenge in recent years has come from New Zealand's Mark Todd , who has won a record three titles at this venue. Commentary by Michael Tucker and Lorna Clarke.
6.25 News Roundup
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Israel: Middle Eastern Promise
Magenta DeVine and Simon O'Brien venture into one of the world's most troubled regions, an area awash with a rich religioustradition.
In Jerusalem, Israelis and Palestinians continue to battle for possession of territory. But DeVine meets a group of actors from both sides of the conflict who are working for peace.
O'Brien visits the West Bank and discovers the amazing and dangerous lengthsto which Palestinian students will go to keep up their education, while DeVine finds out why there is only one radio station in Israel worth tuning in to.
In Tel Avivtheyjoin the Sabbath parade, meet a top Israeli comedian and check out new musical sounds fusing immigrant influences. Theirtrip ends on a kibbutz, joining celebrations for a traditional Jewish wedding. Producer Benita Matofska ; Series producer
First of three reports on the state of the National Health Service on its 50th anniversary.
Six years after her 1982 assurances about the safety of the NHS, former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher launched a surprise revolution. Leading political and medical figures talk to presenter Niall Dickson about arguments within the cabinet, conflict between doctors and the Government, and the point when even the resolve of Mrs Thatcher began to waver.
See today's choices.
(Pioneers, a series about the work of doctors who helped create the NHS, begins tomorrow at 9.30pm)
The third and final one-day international between England and Pakistan. Today's highlights from Trent Bridge, Nottingham are introduced by Tony Lewis , with commentary by Richie Benaud , Geoffrey Boycott and David Gower.
Written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson
Harold's complete lack of expertise hampers his attempts to court a woman with a passion for ballroom dancing. Albert agrees to pass down the secret skills of his youth - but with the proviso that Harold is on his best behaviour. Starring Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett, with Tony Melody.
(Next episode on Tuesday at 9pm) (Repeat)
The Way Out West season of classic westerns continues with Sam Peckinpah 's landmark film starring William Holden
Ernest Borgnine , Robert Ryan
Texas, 1913: in the last days of the Old West, a band of outlaws led by Pike Bishop ride into a bloody ambush when they attempt to rob a railroad office. Showing in widescreen format.
(1969,18) ♦ See Films: pages 54-58 ***** The WayOutWest season offilmscontinues with The Far Country on Friday at6. 55pm
' Light-hearted romance. which introduces a season of films from the acclaimed French director Eric Rohmer. Starring
Anne Teyssedre , Hugues Quester
Jeanne, stranded for a weekend, accepts accommodation from Natasha, who she meets at a party. Natasha, not caring for her father's girlfriend, starts matchmaking. In French with English subtitles.
(1989. U)..... ♦ See Films: pages 54-58 **** The season continues with a double bill from Eric Rohmer 's Six Moral Tales on Friday at 12.30am
Followed by Weatherview
2.00 Remembering Essentials - a compilation of clips from archive and personal recollections concerning memories of the two World Wars, architecture, fashion and the rise and fall of British industry. Languages
4.00 Greek Language and People 9, 10; French Know How 5
Business and Work
5.00 The Tourist Ways of Escape -the history of scenic tourism, from the English countryside to the Steppes of Mongolia. Repeat
6.00 Engineering Mechanics -Vibrations -how car designers ensure passengers travel in comfort. Repeat 2619821 6.25 The Traditions and the Environment-innovative and traditional approaches to the environment. Repeat
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