6.5 Maths: Dodecahedral Group. 6.30 Conflict in the Family. S.55 First World Capital: Third World Labaur. 7.20 Social Integration: Children's TV. 7.45 The National Health Service.
Story: Going Shopping
Written and illustrated by SARAH GARLAND Presenters
Chloe Ashcroft , lain Lauchlan
The Lawn Tennis Championships
BBC outside broadcast cameras bring you live action from the Centre and No 1 Courts on the tenth day of play at the All England Club, which features the semi-finals of The Ladies' Singles. Commentators
DAN MASKELL , JOHN BARRETT , BARRY DAVIES , ANN JONES , VIRGINIA WADE, BILL THRELFALL and RICHARD EVANS
with subtitles, followed by Weather
Esther Rantzen reports on 24 hours in the life of London Zoo. This small corner of Regent's Park has become a treasure trove of some of the world's rarest animals. Each day there are moments of comedy and drama while vets and keepers struggle to keep exotic creatures alive and happy. A rare antelope is injured, an orphan chimp needs bottle-feeding, behind the scenes scientists breed test-tube marmosets and a giraffe is parcelled up for a long journey.
Tonight's film follows the animals' private lives, as well as their public ones, from dawn to night-fall.
The last in the present series presented by Henry Kelly and Susan Grossman , with drinks correspondent Jill Goolden
Among the stories rounding off this current series are a visit to a ' pick your own' farm, and a report from an Eastbourne hospital which is helping its patients to eat their way back to health.
Director ROBERT TONER
Producer PETER bazalcette
The last in the present series The Healer dramatised by TERRY TAPP and JOHN KING Narrated by Jack Watson
He arrives in the village with a briefcase full of money-the result of his latest successful confidence trick. Now it's time to lie low. But it's hard to resist the challenge. The place is full of potential victims.
Photography MIKE wagen Film editor CHRIS waring
Assistant producer JEREMY GIBSON
Produced and directed by JOHN KING
Far from Home
The advent of the Third Reich in January 1933 led to an exodus of Jewish and Socialist refugees who were unable to continue their careers in the country in which they had been born because of religious and political persecution. Refugees with British guarantors managed to find work here, and their contribution to learning in Britain in the 30s was invaluable. As Hitler moved into Austria, the British government relaxed some of the rules governing immigration, and more refugees were able to settle here in a more tolerant society. By the time of the outbreak of war in September 1939, 55,000 immigrants had been admitted to Britain from Fascist Germany, Austria and Czecho slovakia.
Narrator ANDREW favlds
Film editor 3111 latham
Director victoria wegc prosser
Match of the Day
DESMOND LYNAM introduces highlights of the day's play at Wimbledon. Plus a round-up of the other news from GERALD WILLIAMS.
11.40 Desert Ecology
How do plants and animals adapt and survive the extreme temperature variations of deserts?
12.5 Social Psychology
This is the first of two programmes on the analysis of interaction. A young man meets an older woman at a party, and they get chatting. The interaction between the two of them is variou<T< amusing, poignant, embarrassing, funny - and provides the material for different psychologists and sociologists to analyse.
12.30 Hansel and Gretel
There is a storytime in every child's day. at home and at school, on television and in books. But what do children make of the stories, what do the stories teach the children, could the witch and the stepmother be one and the same person, are Hansel and Crete! stereotypes of all young children threatened by abandonment?