Images and Innovation
Fishermen All. The heyday of the British fishing industry.
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Cookery in Ireland.
With Philippa Forrester and Toby Anstis. ● STEREO
Defenders of the Earth
Make a jet boat, try "chessboard sandwiches" and find out about the girls who play rugby. ● STEREO
The Dot Stop.
More contestants go through the obstacle course. ● STEREO
Music news and videos, plus pop group Take That and the "O Zone" video vote.
Adaptation of H G Wells's novel, starring John Mills Sally Ann Howes
Reflecting on a life of missed opportunities, draper Alfred Polly hits upon a drastic solution to his seemingly insurmountable problems.
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Another edition of the American entertainment magazine.
Cartoon for children.
Presented by Steve Rider. Tennis
Women's singles semi-finals. Canoeing
The 18km semi-finals.
Plus news of the morning's athletics action.
2.00pm News; Weather
Constable's The Hay Wain.
A look at rural issues.
Followed by The Ship that Never Sailed Efforts to save the wreck of a 14th-century German ship.
3.50pm News; Weather and Regional News; Weather
With Andi Peters. eSTEREO
Fantasy animation series. eSTEREO
Nine-part children's comedy starring Bernie Clifton.
4: Bernie fishes for a new act. Written by John Sayle
News for children.
Six-part adaptation of E. Nesbit's classic story.
It is fortunate that Martha doesn't notice when the house turns into a castle.
Dramatised by Helen Cresswell.
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Josh and Todd argue over the selection for the football team, but just when their relationship looks on the slide, an alsatian comes to the rescue. Jim disapproves of Lucy's modelling and is furious when she disobeys him.
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Presented by Desmond Lynam from Barcelona.
6.15 Men's 400m hurdles, semi-final
6.30 Men's discus final
6.40 Women's 400m hurdles final
7.00 Men's 3,000m steeplechase, semi-finals
Commonwealth champion Sally Gunnell is Britain's gold medal hope in the women's 400m hurdles final. She ran the third fastest time in history at the world championships last year, but a mistake at the last hurdle cost her the race and the gold medal went to the Unified
Team's Tatyana Ledovskaya. Her greatest rivals tonight should be Ledovskaya and the American Sandra Farmer-
Patrick, who is renowned for her outrageous taste in running kits. She won the US trials in a blue, gold and red sequinned top and orange tutu.
The men's event has reached the semi-final stage, and European champion
Kriss Akabusi will be running for a place in Thursday's final.
Design Update. Each year about 7,000 design graduates enter the job market looking for work at home and abroad.
Danielle Lux and Raj Dhanda look at some of the areas they can specialise in, from graphic and textile design to designing cars and computer games. Director Rik Lander
Series producer Sebastian Scott
A Diverse production for BBCtv (Rev rpt)
Documentaries exploring aspects of American life.
Revelations. A look at how small-town America is reacting to the current state of the world. In West Virginia, one family of patriots and Bible believers worries that the book of Revelations is proving true, with Armageddon looming and America destroying itself.
Each night, amid the sport, quiz shows and soaps, television reporters confirm a litany of crime, high unemployment, the demise of industry, the rise of imports, riot and disillusion. As a state trooper checks his gun, he blames Dr Spock for the rise in crime.
Producer Paul Watson
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Live coverage of the first round of the men's 5,000m, with the former European champion
Jack Buckner (whose brother Tom runs in the steeplechase) hoping to lead the British trio into tomorrow's semi-finals.
A startling detective story, this film is based on a short story by Jorge Luis Borges and is written and directed by Alex Cox.
In the comic book world of a timeless Latin American country, famed policeman Inspector Lonnrot becomes embroiled in a series of murders. Rejecting all obvious solutions to the crime he discovers a more complex set of clues only to find himself enmeshed in a diabolical plot.
A Karl H Braun production for BBCtv
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An introduction to the game of poker, including interviews with fanatics such as Telly Savalas and coverage of the 1990 World Series final, which was won by a Briton. Presented by British author and former poker pro Anthony Holden. Director John Purdie
Producer Peter Bazalgette
A Bazal production for BBCtv
Second of two programmes shown as a tribute to the life and work of one of Britain's most uncompromising modern architects Sir James Stirling , who died recently. Tonight's film looks at one of his most celebrated architectural creations, the Leicester University Engineering
Building, designed with James Gowaninl963.
Director Sue Sudbury
Producer Ruth Rosenthal
Social Science: Regions Apart? - how do different regions of the UK relate to the global economy?