Repeats are not indicated.
6.10 Global Warming: Global Policy? (S) 5398843 6.40 Images of Education 1509060 7.05 Global Firms, Shrinking Worlds (S) 7834621 7.30 Looking for Hinduism in Calcutta (S)
Andrew Harvey and Jane Hill with a roundup from News 24, plus weather at 8.25. (W)
The truth behind recent headlines about asylum seekers.
Communication is the focus of this week's programme, with socialite Tamara Beckwith and Brookside actor Steven Pinder looking at gossip and meaningful silences. FURTHER INFORMATION: call [number removed](calls charged at national rate)
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How digital television and web technology are poised to launch a broadcasting revolution.
David Goldblatt looks at 20th-century consumerism.
Contrasting the funerals of Sir Winston Churchilland Diana ,
Princess of Wales'.
The Deep End. A Somerset cheese-maker's experiences of selling to the French. (W)
Lara Crooks takes to the high seas with a group of young deaf people in the Round the Island race. With sign language and in-vision subtitles. Repeated on Thursday at 2.05am on BBC1
The Moon in Focus.
Patrick Moore discusses the signs of mild activity that occasionally appear on the moon.
Shown last Sunday on BBC1 (S)
Followed by When I Grow Up
Children's hopes forthe future. (S)
n Saturday Matinée action adve ntu re sta rri ng
Steve Reeves , who died recently.
Banished by King Pelias to fight the formidable Cretan bull,
Hercules meets Jason, rightful heir to the throne, and together they bid to recover the legendary Golden Fleece. Italian dialogue dubbed into English. Widescreen. Director Pietro Francisci (1957, U)
(S) (W) Films: pp 60-68 ***
The second round of the PGA championship from Wentworth, introduced by Steve Rider. Last year, Colin Montgomerie took the title for the second year in a row, but challenges to the Scot's supremacy could come from
Darren Clarke and Lee Westwood , plus a formidable Spanish contingent featuring Jose Maria Olazabal, recent winner of the International Open at the Belfry.
Commentary by Peter Alliss ,
Alex Hay , Ken Brown , Mike Hughesdon , Beverly Lewis and Mark Roe.
Director Paul Davies ; Executive producer Barbara Slater (S)
A Bon Jovi special, with tracks from their new album and archive renditions of many of their hits.
Shown last Wednesday (S)
A Birthday Barbecue. Jamie Oliver throws an indoor barbecue to mark the 30th birthday of Ben, his best friend. Shown last Wednesday (S) (W)
With Sian Williams. Weather Isobel Lang. (S)
Our Rights. As the Dutch parliament debates a bill that could legalise euthanasia from the age of 12, Edward Stourton meets a doctor who is already providing terminally ill children with the drugs to end their own lives. Sue Lloyd-Roberts investigates how Latvia's orphanages have become targets for local and foreign sex criminals, and Olenka Frenkiel reports on Moroccan women in France who have been deprived of basic rights by Islamic family law.
Editor Fiona Murch ; Series producer Lucy Hetherington (S) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/correspondent
One Foot in the Past Decoration. Interiors can say more about how people lived than bricks and mortar.
Kirsty Wark discovers a lost tradition of plasterwork in the West Country, Lucinda Lambton visits Islington to see the last surviving traditional wallpaper factory in London, which decorated Buckingham Palace, and Roger Bowdler celebrates the overlooked art form of wall paintings. Directors Sam Hobkinson , Louise Hooper and Peter Sweasey
Series producer Tim Dunn (S) (W)
8.05 History Zone Rims Echoes of the Raj. The final years of British rule in India are remembered in five personal stories, illustrated by home movies and photographs to recall a lost way of life and build an evocative picture of the dying days of the empire. See Choice.
Producer Catrine Clay ; Editor Laurence Rees (S) (W) INFORMATION: History 2000 line: [number removed]. Charged at national rate. BBC HISTORY MAGAZINE: available monthly, priced £2.95 from newsagents. WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/history
History 2000 continues on Tuesday at 8pm with Local Heroes
Soprano Lesley Garrett introduces a cocktail of popular classics, joined by Mexican-bom tenor Ramon Vargas , who sings music from La Traviata and Massenet's
Werther, and Elaine Paige , who makes her operatic debut with the Barcarolle from Offenbach's Tales of Hoffman as well as performing the Edith Piaf song If You Love Me.
Director Michael Leggo ; Producer Emma Cornish (S) (W)
Roman Polanski's classic thriller starring Jack Nicholson and Faye Dunaway. When private eye JJ Gittes is hired to investigate the husband of a rich LA socialite, he stumbles into a web of deceit and murder - and uncovers a terrible secret. An interview with Polanski follows. Widescreen.
(1974,15) (S) (W) Films: pp 60-68 *****
Man with knife:
Roman Polanski has made some of the 20th-century's most discussed and celebrated films, but his turbulent private life has often been blighted by tragedy. In a rare interview he talks to Mark Cousins. Polanski's debut feature, Knife in the Water, follows. See Choice.
Director Mark Cousins: Producer Pauline Law (S) (W) Andrew Duncan meets Roman Polanski: page 8
Drama. A wealthy sports journalist invites a teenage student to spend the weekend with him and his wife on board their yacht. But the student's presence on the boat soon becomes a source of tension. Polish with English subtitles. Director Roman Polanski (1962, PG) (BW) Films: pp 60-68 ****
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GCSE Brteslze Revision 2.00 Science (part 2) Animal Biology (S) 90461 4.00 Science (part 4) Plant Biology Ends 6am. (S)