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6.10 The Effective Manager
6.35 Introduction to Psychology: Two Research Styles
7.00 Open Advice: Women In Science and Technology
Exploring the digital ecology of a virtual world. (R)
The support structure for two excluded pupils at a referral unit for children of primary age. (R)i750i
The inside story on the British spacecraft industry, plus a look at March's night skies.
Last in the beginners' guide to learning French. (R)
Ends 11.50. Cartoon capers. The Chipmunks' mother comes to stay. (R) (S)
Musical animation. (R) (S)
Kate Heavenor visits the Royal Mint, Dominic Wood investigates roller coasters, while Dr Bunhead looks at aeroplane food. (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/hyperlinks
TJ tries to change his image to impress a girl.
Charlie is furious with his dad.
Shown Wednesday on BBC1 (S)
More live-action adventures with the Bourke family in rural Australia. (W)
Live interactive game show in which teams of girls and boys attempt to avoid banishment to a cryogenic chamber, hosted by Robin Banks and Jemma James.
The band - overworked and emotional - recall happier days. Written by Georgia Pritchett (R) (S)
Grammy Awards highlights, featuring Backstreet Boys, Ricky Martin and Britney Spears.
Shown last Tuesday (S) (W)
Atlas and Evil Weavil are two of the robots in destructive action. Shown last Friday (S)
Presenter Shaun Ley considers the implications for London of recent political events. REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Presented by John Inverdale.
1.35 Rugby Union A look back at yesterday's Six Nations matches.
1.50 Ski Sunday Hazel Irvine hosts today's World Cup action, which features the men's downhill from Kvitfjell, Norway, and the women's super-G from Lenzerheide in Switzerland. Commentary by Julian Tutt and Matt Chilton.
2.25 Rallying Highlights from
Kenya of the rigorous Safari Rally, with commentary by Mark James and Tiff Needell. Extended coverage is tomorrow at 2.40pm.
2.55 Athletics Live coverage of the indoor meeting from Kelvin Hall , Glasgow, that pits British stars, including Colin Jackson and Jason Gardener , against athletes from Russia, France and Canada, as well as an international all-star team featuring Dwain Chambers. David Coleman , Stuart Storey ,
Brendan Foster , Paul Dickenson and Steve Cram commentate.
Producer Jonny Bramley ; Executive editor Dave Gordon (W)
Ends 6 45pm
Editor Rona Pitcher ; Series producer Paul Appleby www.bbc.co.uk/animalzone
Wildlife on Two Alligator Hole. David Attenborough narrates this film following events in the Florida Everglades when fish, turtles and birds are drawn to alligator pools. Last in series. Producer Bernard Walton ; Series producer Keith Scholey (R) (S)
5.45 Gelada Baboon Diary The second of two films sees females suckling their babies, while friction builds among the males. Director Mark Linfield ; Series producer Paul Appieby (S)
5.55 The Natural World Midway: Island of Life. Barelybigger than a few football pitches, the island of Midway is a vital refuge to sharks, spinner dolphins, eagle rays, turtles, rare seals and millions of birds. Narrated by John Shrapnel. Producers Neil Nightingale and Michael Pitts
Series editor Neil Nightingale (S) (W)
Infinite Regress. A floating device causes Seven of Nine to exhibit a number of different personalities. (S) Star Trek: Deep Space Nine is on Wednesday at 6.45pm
Bonus Bonanza. Steve Levinson reports on whether the vast fees generated by recent company mergers and the boom in high-tech shares could be distorting the entire economy. Editor Diarmuid Jeffreys (S) NOTE: as The Money Programme is topical, its subject matter may change
Second World War drama. Captain Hawks is determined to knock his inexperienced crew into shape when he takes charge of a small transport ship in the Pacific. Widescreen.
Director Joseph Pevney (1956) (S) (W Films: pp 64-67 ***
Capt Jebediah Hawks:
Part of the BBC Time Bank campaign to encourage people to give up their time for others. Tonight, girls from Cheltenham Ladies' College help residents at a Birmingham hostel for the homeless to turn the common room into a computer area. Producer Sarah Topalian; Executive producer Bob Long (S)
Next edition on Wednesday at 9.50pm
As a preview to tonight's drama, Justice in Wonderland, John Sweeney explores the background to the libel trial between former Tory minister Neil Hamilton and Harrods boss Mohamed Al Fayed. See Choice. is) (W)
Charles Dance. Belinda Lang and Nadim Sawalha star in a drama based on the trial transcripts in the Hamilton v Al Fayed libel case which, for five weeks last year, produced one of the most compelling courtroom battles of recent times.
Producer Richard Fell ; Director Tim Leandro (S) (W)
Mohamed Al Fayed:
Mr Justice Morland:
Deadline. Bob shirks his responsibilities.
Shown last Friday (S) (W)
Drama about three friends who revisit the children's home where they grew up. The trip stirs up unhappy memories as well as the loving bond that formed between them.
Contains strong language, nudity and violence. Ends 1.20am.
Written by Danny Padmore ; Producer Fiona Morham
Director John Akomfrah (W)
Repeats are not indicated.
National Test Revision 2.00 Key Stage 3: Bitesize Revision Languages 4.00 Japanese Language and People (parts 1-2) - with in-vision subtitles
Working for Local Government 5.00 The Guide
Open University 6.00 An English Accent (S) 54506 6.30 Child Development: Babies' Minds Ends 7.00am. (S)