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6.05 Environmental Solutions? 5786327 6.30 Declining Citizenship 44698 7.00
Unusual Suspects 75056 7.30 Art -a Question of Style
News roundup, with Julie Etchingham and Peter Dobbie. Weather at 8.25.
Will society's views of older people change?
Juliet Morris unmasks the Venice carnival, and Katie Puckrick finds literary New York.
Riddle of the Dome. A look at how the dome of Florence cathedral was built.
Jo Brand on why people should read Dickens.
Ajournalist travels home to
Poland to see how her country has changed.
A special guide to Rome for deaf people, in advance of the city playing host to the Deaf World Games this summer. With sign language and in-vision subtitles. Repeated Wed 1.25am. BBC
Patrick Moore investigates whether life could exist elsewhere in our solar system. Shown last Sun on BBC1
Coverage of the third session of the second semi-final. With
Quentin Willson tells the tale of the rare 240mph McLaren
Biographical adventure, first of today's two Saturday
Matinee films, starring
John Wayne. A Mongol warlord
Temujin seeks vengeance for the death of his father. In the process, he wi ns the love of a princess (Susan Hayward ) and earns the title of Genghis Khan. Widescreen. Review page 49. Director Dick Powell (1956)
Biographical drama, last of the Saturday Matinée double bill, starring Gregory Peck.
In 1942, General Douglas
MacArthur is forced to evacuate a Philippine island following heavy Japanese bombardment. MacArthur then implements a brilliant campaign to win back the territory. Review page 49. Director Joseph Sargent (1977, PG)
Featuring Deacon Blue , TLC, Jimmy Ruffin and Orbital.
Shown last Wednesday
Malcolm Babysits. Babysitting provides an escape for Malcolm. Shown last Friday
The first semi-final plays to a finish. Matt Smith presents the action from Sheffield's Crucible theatre.
Producer Alison Witkover ; Executive producer Graham Fry WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/snooker
Last in the series that takes an in-depth look at works of art which have created a lasting impact on our culture. The Psalms of David. Writer and critic Germaine Greer explores some of the most exquisitely beautiful poetry in world literature. The Psalms of David were written between the tenth and first centuries BC, by a number of unknown Hebrew poets. More frequently translated than the Bible, they have shaped people's vision of God, inspired extremes of religious devotion, artistic creation and violence.
Producer Chris Granlund ; Executive producer Andrea Miller WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/arts
Concluding the series about the evolution of popular music. Pure Pop. The relationship between the perfect pop performer and the perfect pop song comes under the spotlight, revealing that most contemporary pop music acts are totally dependent on professional songwriters. The programme kicks off with Hearsay, the latest in a long line of manufactured pop groups, and takes in the Monkees, Britney Spears, ABBA, the Jackson Five, Blondie,
Madonna and Kylie Minogue. Narrated by Clive Owen.
Director Andrew Graham-Brown ; Producer Alan Lewens ACCOMPANYING BOOK: to order, send a cheque for £14.99 (plus 99p p&p), payable to[address removed] or call the hotline on [number removed] (national rate)
Dougie Donnelly presents the climax of the second semi-final, where the winner will pocket at least L147,000, and go through to tomorrow's world final. With commentary from Steve Davis , Clive Everton , Ray Edmonds ,
Dennis Taylor , John Virgo and Willie Thorne.
Another chance to see Stephen Poliakoff 's Bafta Award-winning drama, a precursor to his new drama, Perfect Strangers, which begins this Thursday.
On a packed night train travelling through Germany, Peter finds himself sitting with a beautiful American girl, and an extraordinary old Viennese lady. The journey's meetings and events are not at all what Peter expects.
Producer Kenith Trodd ; Director Peter Duffell See also Stephen Poliakoff : Shooting the Present, Tuesday at 11.20pm
Hard-hitting US crime drama from a story by James Ellroy. Since / Don't Have You. A millionaire recluse and a gangster both hire the same man to track down a beautiful blonde who has had an affairwith them both. Arena: James Ellroy 's Feast of Death is tomorrow at llpm
Leo Sayer , Samantha Fox , Leeroy Thornhill and Ralf Little join the regulars on the irreverent pop quiz.
Shown last Monday
Crime thriller. The paths of a Vietnam veteran with a gun fixation and an ageing film star planning to retire are destined to meet at a drive-in cinema, and in a most horrific manner. Ends 2.25. Review page 49.
Director Peter Bogdanovich (1968)
Repeats are not indicated. WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone GCSE Bitesize Geography 1 Ends 5.00am.