A report on the threatened closure of a north London school for deaf children. Plus, how responsible are the hard of hearing about practising safe sex? Clive Mason and Elizabeth Young present. With voiceover and in-vision subtitles. Repeated on Tuesday at 2.55am on BBC1 www.bbc.co.uk/seehear
Live semi-final coverage of the prestigious men's ATP grass-court tennis tournament at the Queen's Club in west London.
Last year, American
Andy Roddick moved a step closer to claiming his third consecutive title with a win over Radek Stepanek of the Czech Republic 6-3,2-6, 6-2. The Croatian giant
Ivo Karlovic won his semi-final in straight sets against Sweden's Thomas Johansson 6-4,7-6.
With Sue Barker. Commentary from Chris Bailey , Andrew Castle , John Lloyd and David Mercer. Coverage of the final begins in Sunday Grandstand at 2pm. Executive producer Paul Davies Editor Philip Bernie
Digital viewers can access coverage of the MotoGP qualifying round from the Circuit de Catalunya in Barcalona
Huw Edwards , Clare Balding , Dan Snow and Lieutenant Colonel Gerald Lesinski describe the annual ceremony at Horse Guards in central London, which included a special celebration to mark the Queen's 80th year. Director David Pickthall ; Producer Ann Wright
3/3. There are currently more soaring edifices in the Far East than in North America, the traditional home of the skyscraper. Alan Yentob visits Hong Kong, where buildings embody the intense commercial rivalry of the city; Shanghai, which saw the inaugural erection of China's skyscrapers and where they are symbols of the future; and Dubai to witness the ongoing construction of the world's tallest building. Producer Roger Parsons ; Executive producer Alan Yentob
Acclaimed British film actress Charlotte Rampling discusses her revitalised career as one of European cinema's most glamorous grandes dames; Studs
Terkel, arguably America's greatest recorder of oral history, relives his encounters with Bob Dylan , Dizzy Gillespie and Martin Luther King ; celebrating 25 years of hip music channel MTV; and the dirtier side of architecture - yes, incinerators and sewage farms can be beautiful, too. Presented by Verity Sharp.
Series producer Marcus Herbert ; Executive producer Edward Morgan Repeated at 12.20am www.bbc.co.uk/cultureshow
4/4. Pop, politics and celebrity joined forces in a season packed with major news stories. New Labour and Tony Blair came to power after an astonishing election result ending 18 years of Tory rule. Indeed, the spirit of the landslide win seemed to permeate every aspect of British popular culture as musical titans Oasis and the Spice Girls hit their respective peaks. But at the end of August, the tragic death of Diana, Princess of Wales, shocked Britain to the core and severely dented the popularity of the monarchy. Director/Producer Joanna Bartholomew
Catastrophes, cosmonauts, coconuts - and guestionmaster Stephen Fry - test the wits of Bill Bailey , Dara O'Briain , Phill Jupitus and Alan Davies. Director Ian Lorimer ; Producer John Lloyd Phill Jupitus on Gogol Bordello, plus CD offer: page 38
Sentimental romantic drama starring Ben Affleck and Gwyneth Paltrow. Brash advertising executive Buddy Amaral switches plane tickets with a father of two, escaping death when the flight crashes after takeoff. Unable to cope with the guilt of surviving, he decides to change his life and make amends with the dead man's widow. Review page 47.
Director Don Roos (2000,12)
Prosecuting Attorney Mandel:
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2.00 Science Shack 28492 2.30 Lab Detectives 5553692 2.45 Background Brief Frying ... or Freezing? 8156128 3.00 Hidden Visions 99942 3.30 The Birth of Calculus 13499 4.00 Open Advice Study to Succeed 27692 4.30 Waving Not
Drowning 49401 5.00 The Challenge To Rebuild the Human Body 91166 5.30 Rough Science
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