Religion and Society in Victorian Bristol
Another chance to see the best of the ladies semi-finals.
The oldest operational pilot in the RAF is still flying Harrier Jets. Sqn Ldr Geoff Timms takes us through his day.
Open University preview.
Another edition of the entertainment magazine show from America.
Bryan McNerney visits one of the earliest industrial sites in Britain, the neolithic flint mines of Breckland in Norfolk.
A Ragged Royalist production for BBCtv
Animation for children.
England v Pakistan
Live coverage of the second day's play from Old Trafford. Introduced by Tony Lewis. ● STEREO
Men's semi-finals day. Will there be a surprise to match Stefan Edberg 's defeat by Michael Stich last year?
Introduced by Desmond Lynam. * STEREO
Followed by Wimbledon and Cricket: Third Test
Further coverage. * STEREO
3.00pm News; Weather
3.50pm News; Weather and Regional News; Weather
A rare glimpse of India's seldom-seen wildlife portrays the behaviour of the blackbuck, the most graceful of antelopes.
Second of four documentaries on the resurgence of Islam in the former Soviet states of central Asia. Fergana for God. Nationalism, frustrated aspirations for democracy and Islam - these are the volatile forces shaping the future of Uzbekistan in the first year of its independence from the Soviet Union. This film reveals the ethnic and religious tensions in the Fergana Valley, a poverty-stricken region renowned for its Islamic militancy. Producer Farah Durrani
Series producerCharles Bruce
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The Gardeners' World team look over the walls of Anthony Noel 's remarkable London backyard to see just what can be achieved with a little flair and a sense of theatre.
Series producer Rosemary Forgan Executive producer Tony Laryea
A Catalyst Television production for BBCtv
• BBC GARDENERS' WORLD MAGAZINE: £ 1 .45 from newsagents. • GARDENING: page 18
Regional Variations (2)
Full of existentialist angst, Richie decides to discover why nobody will have sex with him. Surely that's going to take a bit longer than just one episode?
Personal documentaries written by contemporary poets as part of the Commissions and Collaborations season.
Sweet Thames byFredd'Aguiar.
Immigration and discrimination are this week's themes.
Director Mark Harrison
Executive producer Peter Symes
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Lenny Henry is one of the few comedians successfully to have created black-centred comedy. This 1984 episode from the first series of his own show features Dawn French, Jennifer Saunders, Nicholas Lyndhurst, Liz Smith, David Bellamy and Linda Lewis.
With Francine Stock.
The Independent's Isabel Hilton reviews the press. Producer Brian Armstrong
A Granada production for BBCtv
Report from Parliament. EditorGeoffrey Sumner
First showing on network television for this Brazilian tribute to the Hollywood film noir of the 40s, which concludes the Discovering Latin Americaseason.
A man wanders into a cinema.
Sitting next to him is a lookalike of the on-screen heroine.
In Portuguese with English subtitles. With Antonio
Fagundes and Maite Proenca. Director Guilherme de Almeida Prado ● FILMS: pages 41-48