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6.00 The Wheels of Innovation (S) 36158
6.30 Galapagos: Research in the Field
(S) 84090 7.00 The
Chemistry of Survival (S)
Invisible Worlds. How science tries to "see" beyond the third dimension. (R)
The Drive for Power. A look at the profound impact of the Industrial Revolution on Britain. (R)
A short practical beginners' course, today discussing family and ordering drinks. (R)
BBC Course Packs: Talk Spanish book Â£6.99; book and cassette pack, Â£14.99
Polar-bear animated antics. (R) (S)
More mischiefwith the rebellious boy. (R) (S)
Comedy drama about a girl who finds a life-altering opal. (R) (S)
Drama about Neri, a mysterious girl from the ocean. A storm uncovers the entrance to a crashed spaceship. (R) (S)
Cartoon characters guide viewers on a tour of history.
Allen is convinced that his teacher is an alien in disguise.
Hi Ho Silver. Will and Carlton suspect a neighbour of theft.
Featuring a guest appearance by Zsa Zsa Gabor. (R) (S) Another episode tomorrow at 6.20pm
Shaun Ley considers the implications for the South East of recent political events. REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Introduced by Hazel Irvine .
12.05, 2.10, 2.40, 3.10 Tennis
Action from the All England Club in Wimbledon as Britain's top players take on Ecuador in the Davis Cup World Group qualifying round. The tie comes to a close on Court One with the final two singles matches. Introduced by Sue Barker , with commentary by John Barrett , David Mercer , Chris Bailey and Mark Cox.
1.55, 2.25, 2.55, 3.10 Racing
Clare Balding introduces three live races from Newbury, the
2.00, 2.30 and the featured Mail on Sunday Mile at 3.00.
Plus action from Ireland where the Curragh hosts the Irish
; Oaks, won last year by Henry Cecil-trained Ramruna with Kieren Fallon on board.
Jim McGrath , Willie Carson and Angus Loughran commentate.
2.10, 2.40, 3.10 Rowing The final leg of the rowing World Cup takes place in Lucerne, Switzerland, where the world's elite will be looking to gain a psychological advantage over their rivals ahead of the Olympics. Today's results will decide the overall titles in each event, although Britain's dominant men's coxless four - Steve Redgrave ,
Matthew Pinsent , James Cracknell and Tim Foster - have already sewn
' up a result after wins in the first two regattas. Commentary by i Garry Herbert and Martin Cross.
(W) Following schedule may run late
A Portrait of St Andrews. The final documentary in the short series on the history of the Open looks at how Scotland's most famous golf course can lay claim to being the birthplace and spiritual home of golf. It was St Andrews that, 140 years ago, set up the Open, since when the championship has been held there 25 times. The programme also recalls, with the help of some of the sport's greats - Jack Nicklaus , Arnold Palmer , Gary Player, Seve Ballesteros and Nick Faldo - many of the memorable contests held on the links course. Introduced by Steve Rider.
A one-off competition involving past champions can be seen on Wednesday at 4.30pm, while the Open coverage begins on Thursday at 9.30am. (S)
Course: Oblivion. Paris and Torres marry, but their holodeck honeymoon is cut short by a breakdown in Voyager's infrastructure. (S)
Superstitious Dick. A chain letter arrives, threatening misfortune. But when Mary urges Dick to throw it away, she immediately becomes prone to accidents. (S) For cast and next episode see Thursday at 7.30pm
Then When I Grow Up Young people discuss the future. (S)
Peter Jay charts the history of money across the globe.
The Love of Money. Jay travels to Turkey, where he visits the metal workshops in which coins were minted 2,500 years ago - the first form of currency that bears resemblance to the money in use today. He also examines the economy of a remote island in the South Pacific, speculating on how different things would be today had their currency - in the form of giant stones - caught on. Series editor Barbara Want (S) (W)
Lanark Blue Cheese. Jancis Robinson learns how
Humphrey Errington fought for the right to produce and sell traditional ewe's-milk cheeses - but at great personal cost. Series producer David Berry ; Executive producers
Nicholas Lander and Edward Mirzoeff (R) (S)
Western starring Burt Lancaster and Bruce Davison. 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) (S) Films: pp 54-61 ****
Lt Garnett DeBuin:
Western starring Cliff Robertson and Robert Duvall. After hearing that a promised amnesty is not to be granted to them, the famous bandit brothers - Cole and Bob Younger , and Frank and Jesse James - decide on a final bank raid.
Director Philip Kaufman (1972) (S) Films: pp 54-61 ***
Comedy western. When Butch Cassidy promises to stay on the right side of the law, it almost looks like he might keep his word. Then he meets the Sundance Kid and all hell breaks loose.
Director Richard Lester (1979. PG) (S) Films: pp 54-61 ***
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Teenagers and Families 2.00 Living with Teenagers 1 Languages 4.00 Spain Inside Out (parts 1-2) Working in Hospitality 5.00 Computer Skills
Open University 6.00 An English Education (S) 27833 6.30
Children, Science and Common Sense Ends 7.00am. (S)