The Enterprise Incident. In a state of exhaustion, Kirk orders the crew to breach the borders of the neutral zone, provoking a confrontation with the Romulans and forcing Spock to intervene.
12.10 And the Children Shall Lead. The crew make a disturbing and dangerous discovery when the Enterprise responds to a distress call from the planet Triacus. Star Trek: Voyager- Tuesday at 6.20pm
With Steve Rider and Suzi Perry.
1.35 Motorcycling The World
Superbike championship race reaches round five with live action from Monza, Italy. The winning monopoly of reigning champion Troy Bayliss was finally broken in Sugo, Japan, by Colin Edwards , while
Britain's Neil Hodgson , third in the standings, will be looking for another podium place prior to Silverstone. Commentary by Charlie Cox and Steve Parish. <w)
3.20 Golf Live coverage from the Belfry of the final round of this year's International Open tournament. Peter Alliss , Alex Hay , Ken Brown , Beverly Lewis and Mark James provide the commentary, with reports from Julian Tutt.
Year of the Jackal. Shot over 12 months in the Ngorongoro
Crater, Tanzania, this film counters the belief that jackals rely purely on carrion for food by capturing a family of these much-maligned beasts hunting for mushrooms, chasing flamingos and tackling lions. Narrated by Eleanor Bron. Producers Amanda Barrett and Owen Newman
Series editor Neil Nightingale BBC WILDLIFE MAGAZINE: monthly, price f2.80
a Julian O'Halloran Investigation
When the battered body of a senior naval officer was found floating in the sea by Taiwanese fishermen, the murder trail led to the uncovering of corruption in French politics. In this Correspondent film, journalist Julian O'Halloran examines a case that not only provoked a backlash against the French socialists but also pointed to the existence of a major suspect hiding out with impunity in London.
Producer Leo Telling;
Series producer Simon Finch
A personal insight into the British care system through the life story of Prince's Trust board member David Akinsanya. Bom to a Nigerian father and English mother, Akinsanya was placed into care when just ten days old and survived sexual abuse, drug addiction and time in borstal to become a campaigner for other children in care. Reflecting on his experiences, Akinsanya assesses whether the care system has improved over the past 30 years.
Producer Patricia Murphy ; Executive producer Maxine Watson
CNo One Likes Us. This three-part undercover investigation into the nature of English football hooliganism uses secretly filmed footage from various grounds to explode the common perception that the rampant soccer violence which plagued the 1970s and 1980s was stamped out with the advent of all-seater stadiums and improved policing. Contains violence and strong language.
Series producers Sam Bagnall , Tom Giles ; Executive producer Paul Woolwich WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/hooligans
US thriller series following the events of one day in real time. 9-10am. Jack manages to keep one step ahead of the Secret Service and also secures a lead from the CTU.
Senator Palmer learns that Carl may be out to kill Keith's therapist. The series continues at 10.45pm on BBC Choice. For cast see Saturday Rptd Friday 11.30pm BBC Choice
Continuing season eight of the US sci-fi thriller series. A mystic smuggles himself out of India and plagues two families in the suburbs of Washington DC.
WEBSITE: [web address removed]
In the first of a run of repeats, comedian and writer Alexei Sayle bids to consign his most hated things, including the general public, into Orwellian oblivion. With Paul Merton.
Director Geraldine Dowd ; Producer Victoria Payne
Repeats are not indicated.
Exam Revision 2.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision Maths 2 [S) Languages 4.00 Talk Spanish (parts l-2)/Spanish Inside Out (part 1) - Madrid, Granada and the Sierra Nevada. Working In Travel and Tourism 5.00 The Guide
Open University 6.00 Rich Mathematical Activities
6.30 Containing the Pacific
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