6.05 We the Peoples - Democracy and the UN Rpt Stereo 2811453 6.35
Jean-Jacques Rousseau Retreatto
Romanticism Rpt Subtitled 9919873 7.00 Towards a Better Life
Open Mind. The psychology of memory, emotions and expression. This week a flashback to a 1995 TV experiment testing the theory that facial expression is a window to the heart and mind. Also, how psychologists help the police understand a witness's recollection of a crime. With
David Goldblatt. WEB SITE: www.open.ac.uk/sunday/
Asthma. Fi rst of a 13-part series f i Imed at Leeds General Infirmary exploring . health and topical medical issues. In this programme two teenagers explain how they have learned to cope with asthma.
With Claire Rayner.
A weekly quest to find the greatest cartoon of all time. Presented by Paul Burnham.
Fantasy animation set in Paris.
This week's guests on the Sunday morning entertainment show include stars from Brookside and heart-throb pop singer Kavana. Also, another look behind the scenes at the filming of Ballykissangel in Ireland, Paul Zerdin and Sam have a day out at Whitbyon the North Yorkshire coast, and there's cartoon fun with The Mask, Pingu and Eek the Cat.
With Sarah Vandenbergh , Grant Stott and Paul Brophy.
Producer Ed Gray; Series producer Martyn Day
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Introduced by Sue Barker.
12.00,1.35,4.00 Cricket: Sixth Test
Coverage from the Oval of the fourth day's play in the Sixth and final Test between England and Australia. The Australians have retained the Ashes and are 3-1 up in the series, but England might take comfort from the fact that the visitors have won only five of the 31 Tests they have played on this ground. Commentary by Richie Benaud , Geoffrey Boycott , Ian Chappell , David Gower and Tony Lewis.
1.05 Motorcycling Rounds 15 and 16 of the British Superbike championship at
Knockhill, with defending champion Niall Mackenzie hoping for a repeat of his two wins last year at this circuit. Commentary by Barry Nutley.
3.40 Under- 19s Cricket Afeatureonthe recent second Under-19s Test between England and Zimbabwe at Headingley. Ben Hollioake, now a full cap, Andrew Flintoff of Lancashire and Middlesex's
Owais Shah and David Nash were among England's young hopefuls.
6.05 Swimming Final day coverage of the European Swimming championships in Seville. Graeme Smith, Britain's Olympic bronze medallist, is among the favourites in the men's 1500m freestyle. Commentary by Hamilton Bland and Andy Jameson.
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Personal reflections on the best of 20th-century architecture. Architect Richard Rogers praises Alton housing estate in Roehampton as one of the best estates of its kind in the world.
It was built in the fifties by the London County Council and its architects had a firm belief in the social importance ofthe design. Director Mick Conefrey
Producer Ruth Rosenthal
Innocence. Tuvok's shuttlecraft crash-lands on a moon which he thinks is uninhabited. When three frightened Drayan children appear, seeking refuge from a monsterthat they say will kill them, Tuvok offers them his protection, but it seems that he has trespassed on holy ground.
Star Trek: the Next Generation, Wed at 6pm
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The BBC Proms season continues with this live broadcast from the Royal Albert Hall.
Tonight's concert features the Dallas Symphony Orchestra on its first European tour, conducted by Andrew Litton, the new music director. The orchestra performs Roy Harris's Symphony No 3, Samuel Barber 's beautiful Violin Concerto, featuring the charismatic young soloist Joshua Bell, and Tchaikovsky's Symphony No 5 in E minor. The interval, filmed in Dallas, shows how the orchestra has made its mark on this all-American city. See today's choices.
SIMULTANEOUS BROADCAST with Radio 3
Director Simon Broughton ; Series producer Caroline Speed
As the Prom is live, subsequent programmes may change
American science-fiction series.
Paradise. DrChristinaMarkham and her husband, a local sheriff, are baffled when three apparently healthy young women begin to age and then die within hours.
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Sheriff Grady Markham.:
An ageing scout and an idealistic young officer lead a cavalry troop to capture some violent, renegade Indians in a mission that radically changes their lives.
Director Robert Aldrich (1972.18)
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Highlights of the fourth day's play in the Sixth Test between England and Australia at the Oval. Introduced by Richie Benaud.
Time-travel adventure series.
EvilLeaperll. Theyearisland Sam has become a college wimp with a secret mission to protect the innocent from evil.
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2.00 Book Lover Essentials: books and writers.
4.00 The French Experience II,
1-4: French for beginners. BUSINESS AND WORK
5.00 The Small Business Programme Learningfrom
Mistakes: Getting Help and Advice Last in the series; Twenty Steps to Better Management-the Drama Know Yourself Last in the series.
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6.00 English, English Everywhere 8142039 6.25 Managing in the Marketplace Rpt 3992336 6.50-
7.15am Deaf-Blind Education in Russia Rpt Stereo
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