Presented by Sue Barker and Roger Black.
1.35 Rowing Coverage from Hazewinkel, Belgium, of the first of three rounds in the Zurich World Cup. Commentary comes from Gary Herbert , Dan Topolski and Gillian Lindsay.
2.00 Tennis Live coverage from Queen's Club in west London of the final of the grass-court tournament. Last year,
Australia's Lleyton Hewitt took the title by defeating Briton Tim Henman 7-6, 7-6. John Barrett , David Mercer , Chris Bailey , Pat Cash and John Lloyd provide commentary.
4.00 Athletics From Manchester, the last day at the Commonwealth Games trials. Commentary by Steve Cram , Paul Dickenson , Brendan Foster , Sally Gunnell , John Regis and Stuart Storey.
Mark Lewis-Francis makes his mark; p30
It has been observed that, when international peacekeepers are sent to bring law and order to war-torn countries, a burgeoning sex industry tends to follow in their wake. In this Correspondent investigation, reporter Sue Lloyd-Roberts visits Bosnia and Kosovo to assess this phenomenon, and reveals that girls as young as 15 are being forced to have sex with UN personnel, while international soldiers and police officers at the highest level turn a blind eye.
Director/Producer Lode Desmet
Beginning a new three-part series exploring the development of bio-technology and its controversial application to the production of genetically modified food.
Out of Eden. A look at the race to produce the world's first GM food. The contest resulted in the rise of the chemical giant Monsanto, a company determined to become the dominant force in bio-technology during the 21st century. Executive producer Glynn Jones
Birth of the Pill. Carl Djerassi explains how inventing the contraceptive pill has affected his life and work.
Man on the Moon. How the Apollo 11 mission inspired a man's obsession with space travel. Ben Kingsley narrates. Producers Jane Gabriel and Paul Clay
Bobby Moore played football with incomparable composure and style, and when, as England captain, he lifted the World Cup in 1966, he was immortalised in one of the most famous images in the country's sporting history.
As contributions from friends and family show in this film, he used this calmness to fight great personal battles as well, including against cancer as a young man, a disease that eventually returned to claim his life in 1993. Director/Producer Michael Tuft
Steve McQueen. Mark Lamarr follows the flight path of a yellow Stearman trainer biplane, one of five aircraft that belonged to the screen legend and aviation enthusiast.
Director Deep Sehgal ; Series producer Tom Ware
2pm-3pm. After trying to prevent them from meeting, Ryan Chapelle is forced into letting Palmer and Jack speak. The series continues at 10.45pm on BBC Choice.
Repeated Friday at 11.30pm on BBC Choice
This Is Not Happening: Doggett calls on another agent to assist in the Mulder case, but Scully's fears about success in the search are realised with the discovery of abductees seized at the same time. <w) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/cuft
Comedy drama starring
Robert Duvall as a middle-aged southerner who, late in life, discovers he has a black half-brother (James Earl
Jones) living in Chicago. Widescreen. Review page 53.
Director Richard Pearce 11996,15)
Repeats are not indicated.
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Working In the Community 5.00 Including Volunteers Open University 6.00 The Challenge: the Riddle of the Tay Bridge Disaster 21727 6.30 Developing Language
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