6.15 Maths: L'Hopital's Rule
5525795 6.40 Maths Models and Methods: the Examination
4445559 7.05 Maths: Group Theory 2540998 7.30
Toulouse in the 16th Century
8970375 7.55 Biddingforthe Olympics 3416917 8.20
Education and Society: Young Turks in Germany
8.45 Images of the Cosmos: Jets and Black Holes
6.15 Maths: L'Hopital's Rule
With Chris Jarvis and Ratz.
The last in the series features a lemur at Jersey
Zoo, and badgers in a secret Welsh woodland.
Hard-hitting documentary series about racism, seen through the eyes of children around the world.
My Day at MXA. Under police escort, the children of the Malcolm X Academy in Detroit, most of whom are black, are taken to school in a mainly white neighbourhood.
Drama series in 13parts set in Australia.
SilverPirates (part 1). Four children get caught up in the world of smugglers. With
Christopher Fare, Isla Fisher , Rachel Goodman , Shayne Vea and Rebecca Gibney.
Jonah's badges are banned. Written by Barry Purchese
Introduced by Steve Rider.
12.35 Motor Racing
Live coverage of the Hungarian Grand Prix, where Britain's Damon Hill will be aiming to repeat last year's winning performance.
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The final day of the British Women's Open from
Woburn. Commentary by Peter Alliss , Alex Hay ,
Beverley Lewis , Mickey Walker and Clive Clark.
5.30 European Athletics
Reviewing the week's action in Helsinki.
The last in the series visits
Jamaica, with Kingston and Bob Marley 's house the first stop. With Magenta Devine and Rajan Datar. Producer Dele Oniya
Series producer Dave Stewart
Tonight's programme includes Jefferson in Paris, a Merchant Ivory film with a previously undiscovered 18th-century
French music score. There is also a look at the popularity of religious music, featuring composers James Macmillan , John Tavener and his new
BBC-commissioned piece The Apocalypse. With David Pearl. Series editor Jane Thorbum
An After Image/lsis production for BBCtv
Child of the River
Thirteen-year-old Uria goes to a Catholic boarding school on the remote Mentawai islands of Indonesia. Twice a year he returns to his home deep in the forest where his father is a sorcerer. When he arrives, Uria pits his new Christian faith and his literacy against his father's ritual invocation of the spirits. Last in the series.
Producer Serge Lalou Editor Alan Bookbinder
The troops moved on to the streets of Northern
Ireland on this day 25 years ago. The Troubles had already claimed their first victim, in the early hours of the morning, when John Gallaher was walking home after an evening's drinking in Armagh and blundered into a riot.
Since then there have been more than 3,500 ictims. This film attempts, by talking to relatives of those killed, to picture the immediate and long-term effects of sudden, brutal tereavement.
Among those victims were Margaret Hearst , a part-time member of the Ulster Defence Regiment murdered in front of her three-year-old daughter; her father, kidnapped and dumped near the old family home where Margaret had been killed; army caterer Noor Baz Khan , whose son travels to Londonderry to see the place where his father died; and cancer specialist Gordon Hamilton-Fairley , blown up in London by a bomb intended for his neighbour.
At the end of the film 3,500 banners are unfurled, symbolising the extent of the carnage. Producer Peter Dale
Executive producer Steve Hewlett
Highlights of the Hungarian Grand Prix. With
Murray Walker and Jonathan Palmer. Producer Mark Wilkin
Executive producer Jim Reside
Alex Cox presents a double bill of cult films.
Producer Nick Freand Jones Subtitled
To Sleep with Anger
Comedy starring Danny Glover
A relative disrupts the fives of a black family in Los Angeles. With Paul Butler , Mary Alice. Director Charles Burnett ( 1 990)
12.45 2.35 am Le Mepris
Satire on the movie business starring
A scriptwriter's marriage crumbles when he starts work on a new film. In widescreen format and in English and French with English subtitles.
With Michel Piccoli , Jack Palance , Fritz Lang , Giorgia Moll.
Director Jean-Luc Godard (1963)
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