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6.05 The Care Industry (S)
6.35 The Black Triangle
Dancer DNA. How computer-generated images are used to entertain clubbers. (R)
How the west can learn from the continuing success of China's approach to business. (R)
Actress Thelma Barlow shares gardening secrets. (R)
Enjoying leisure activities. With in-vision subtitles. (R)
BBC Course Pack: Talk Spanish book and two-cassette pack, Â£14.99, from retailers
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Ends 11.30.Animated series about the wonderful world of wildlife. (R)
The animated adventures of four humans and a dog in the Dream Zone. (R)
TJ leads a protest at an unfair school regulation.
Neri and her friends scour the island for clues to her past. (R)
A fun-filled ride through world history led by a new collection of cartoon characters.
Live-action series about a teenage alien who becomes stranded on Earth.
Live-action adventures with the Bourke family in rural Australia.
Continuing the series of fictional adventures with S Club 7. The band get jobs at a summer camp.
Shown last Thursday BBCl (S)
Through the Looking Glass
Moya is distressed by all the internal squabbling.
Shown last Monday (S)
Round two of the semi-finals, featuring the first series' winner Beast of Bodmin.
Shown last Friday (S)
Presenter Shaun Ley considers the implications for London of recent political events. REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Introduced by John Inverdale from Northampton.
L35 Motorcycling Rounds three and four of the British Superbike championship from Donington Park. The commentators are
Barry Nutley and Roger Burnett.
2.00, 5.00 World Snooker Coverage of the world championship from the Crucible in Sheffield, which this afternoon sees
Ronnie O'Sullivan begin his quest for a first world title against England's David Gray. Commentators Clive Everton , Ray Edmonds , Dennis Taylor and John Virgo. (S)
2.40 Rugby Union
Northampton v Wasps Live coverage from Franklin Gardens
(kickoff 3pm) of this European Cup, quarter-final game. Northampton j are the in-form side but will face strong opposition from a side that contains England's
Lawrence Dallaglio. Eddie Butler provides the commentary.
2.40-5.00 (not PDC)
6.00 News Roundup (W)
Easy Does It? Stelios Haji-loannou caused uproar in the travel business when he launched the low-cost airline
Easyjet. He is now launching a low-priced car rental company - Easyrentacar. The Money Programme spends a day with the entrepreneur and finds out how impressive his business really is. Presented by Maya Even.
Producer Nicky Bolster ; Editor Diarmuid Jeffreys (S) As The Money Programme is topical, its subject matter may change
Highlights of today's big race in which thousands of elite, club and fun runners embarked on the gruelling 26.2-mile course from Greenwich to the Mall. (S) (W)
Editor Peter Continuing the weekly arts strand. Ends 9pm. Maniura
Review In tonight's programme reflecting the current arts scene in Britain, presenter Mark Lawson is joined by Germaine Greer and Jonathan Freedland to discuss the week's cultural highlights, including Cradle Will Rock, written and directed by Tim Robbins ; Saul Bellow 's latest novel,
Ravelstein; and Ralph Fiennes on stage as Richard II. Series producer Mark Bell ; Executive producer Mary Sackville-West
(S) (W) Mark Lawson 's Audio Review: page 49
Continuing the series exploring how Christ's image has been shaped over 2,000 years.
The Cross. Neil MacGregor travels to Europe and South America to investigate how the Crucifixion has meant different things in different times. For early Christians it stood for victory over death and is represented as such in fifth-century plaques. In the new theology preached by Saint Francis and interpreted by artists such as Fra
Angelico and Grunewald, Christ is depicted suffering, while Rembrandt and Michelangelo made intensely private works as a form of meditation on Jesus's death. See Choice.
Director Tim Robinson ; Series producer Patricia Wheatley (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/history BBC BOOK: Seeing Salvation, with 70 colour pictures, available from RT Shop. For details see page 38 A Holy Week guide to religious art: Know How, page 38
The return of the irreverent topical news quiz hosted by Angus Deayton , with captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton. Shown last Friday (S)
Action from the world championship at Sheffield's Crucible, where last year's finalist Mark Williams hopes to win his best-of-19-frames match against John Read. (S)
Omnibus ofthe two-part dramatisation of Gustave Flaubert 's novel. Yearning for romance, Emma Rouault is swept off her feet by Dr Bovary. But she finds their union lacks the passion she craves, and begins a double-life as devoted wife and seductive mistress. Contains nudity. See Choice.
Dramatised by Heidi Thomas ; Producers Tony Redston, Bernard Krichefski j Director Tim Fywell Shown last Monday and Tuesday (S) (W)
Hurdy gurdy man:
Sister Marie Paul:
The Choice. When their daughter is suspended from school after a mysterious telekinetic attack on a fellow pupil, a couple decide to hire a nanny. Ends 1.55am. (R) (S)
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Exam Revision 2.00 GCSE Bitesize: Maths 3 (S) Languages 4.00 75th Anniversary: a Celebration Working In Health and Care 5.00 The Guide Open University 6.00 English Only in America?
(S) 79122 6.30 Learning to Care Ends 7.00am. (S)