6.10 Authority in 16th-century Europe
43359356.35 Money Grows on Trees Stereo Subtitled 5135393 7.00 The Sordid
Subject of Boeuf Bourguignon
Wealth from Ideas. How a company's wealth is no longer defined merely in terms of land and machinery but also in the ideas of employees. Stereo .. WEB SITE: www.open.ac.uk/sunday/
A look at the condition of post-traumatic stress disorder. Repeat
A weekly quest to find the greatest cartoon of all time. Presented by Paul Burnham.
Fantasy animation. Stereo .........
Last in the teenage drama series.
Animation about a boy who solves crime in both the real world and in the virtual reality ofquestworld.
The series from 1990.
Ronnie campaigns for animal rights.
Written by David Angus Repeat
A new 13-part sitcom about a bad choir in a fictional town.
Shown last Wednesday on BBC1
The first of six international films about children's issues comes from Holland and probes the distressing problem of bed-wetting through the experiences of a nine-year-old girl. stereo ............. * See Dr Mark Porter : page 35
Jeremy Guscott returns with another seven-part exploration of the operatic world. Today he tries out the job of Sir Jeremy Isaacs , general director of the Royal Opera
House. Stereo ............................
The pop music magazine joins Damon Albarn and Blur on their American tour.
As Jews prepare to celebrate the feast of Rosh Hashanah, which heralds the Jewish New Year, Chief Rabbi Dr Jonathan Sacks reflects on how people are gauged not by what they have but by what they give. Repeated on Tuesday at 11.30pm on BBC1
Introduced by Sue Barkerfrom Ascot.
12.35 Yachting Action from the Ultra 30s series from Cardiff and Belfast.
Commentary by Malcolm McKeag.
1.10 Triathlon From London Docklands where the world's top tri athletes compete over an exhausting 1500m swim, 40-mile cycle race and 10km run. Commentary by Stuart Storey and Robin Brew.
2. 10 Racing FromtheAscotfestival, featuring races at 2.35, 3.10, 3.50, 4.25. The Royal Lodge Stakes at 2.35 could be a chance to see the form of Killimanjaro, current favourite for next year's Derby. Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Jim McGrath , Willie Carson , Clare Balding , Graham Rock and Jonathan Powell.
TV presentation (racing) Malcolm Kemp Stereo
Videoplus code for 12.30-^.55
12.30-2.10 (not PDC) ....................
BT Global Challenge
Highlights of the ten-month marathon, which began on 29 September when 14 identical yachts left Southampton on a 30,000-mile circumnavigation of the globe. Stereo Subtitled ................
Echo of the Elephants
Another chance to see the award-winning documentary that chronicles 18 months in the life of Echo, the matriarch of a family of elephants living in Amboseli, a Kenyan National Park nestling in the shadow of Mount Kilimanjaro. As the film begins,
Echo gives birth and faces an immediate crisis when the calf has problems walking.
Narrated by Cynthia Moss and David Attenborough. The sequel to this documentary is scheduled to be shown next Sunday. Producer Marion Zunz
Executive producer John Sparks
Basics (part 1). Seska sends a message to Chakotay informing him that she has borne his son and has been forced to flee her
Kazon lover. Janeway responds to the distress call, even though she knows it could be a trap.
Star Trek: the Next Generation is on Wednesday at 6pm
Captain Kathryn Janeway:
Lt Tom Paris:
On the Dark Side. As much as 80 per cent of the matter in the universe is composed of materials otherthan the stars, dust and gas visible to the eye. Cosmologists, convinced that the amount of this invisible, or, as it is known, "dark" matterwill determine whetherthe universe continues to expand or eventually begin to contract, are feverishly huntingthis elusive prey. But how can they find the invisible? Series director Philip Martin : Series producer David Filkin
Third of a four-part series in which Alan Clark provides a personal perspective of the Conservative Party's fortunes from 1922 to the present day.
The period between Harold Macmillan 's ruthless ascent to power and Edward Heath 's fall was characterised by internal plots, rivals jockeying for power, sexual scandal, international crises and crippling labour disputes.
When the party was rejected by the electorate in 1974, the party dictated that a change was needed - though no one then appreciated how fundamental that change would prove to be.
Series director Clara Glynn ; Series producer Nicolas Kent Stereo Subtitled.
The Ryder Cup reaches its climax in Valderrama, Spain, as the 12 points available from today's singles clashes will determine whether Europe, led by mercurial Seve Ballesteros , can succeed in retaining the title against Tom Kite 's tough
Americans. Introduced by Steve Rider , with commentary by Peter Alliss and Alex Hay.
Stars of country music gather at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville for the 31st Annual
Country Music Association
Awards, hosted by Vince Gill.
Rory McGrath goes backstage at the ceremony to capture the atmosphere of the show, which includes songs from
Trisha Yearwood , George Strait and LeAnn Rimes , plus a guest spot by Sting. See today's choices. Producer Barry Ryan ; Executive producer
♦ Join the Country Club- RFs
CD/cassette featuring this year's CMA Award winners, plus a chance to win a trip to Nashville: page 40
The "Way out West" season continues with a western starring
Rock Hudson, Kirk Douglas.
Fugitive Brendan O'Malley, pursued by lawman Dana Stribling, arrives at the ranch of John Breckenridge, where his aim is to reawaken a romance he had with Belle Breckenridge 16 years previously.
(See Films: pages 50-60)
(Followed by Weatherview)
2.00 Health and Social Care
4.00 Teaching Languages BUSINESS AND WORK
5.00 Starting a Business
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6.00 Surviving the Exam
Subtitled 4233523 6.25 Children
6.50-7.15am Musical Prodigies?
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