6.00 New Hips for Old
6.25 Fundamentals of Computing: Sequences
6.50 Environment: No Place to Hide
Part of Ontario, Canada, looks so much like the moon's surface, Nasa used it to train astronauts.
7.15 Ottoman Supremacy: the Sulemaniye, Istanbul.
In the 16th century Sultan Suleyman the Magnificent instructed an architect to design a monument to reflect his achievements as ruler of the Ottoman Empire.
7.40 Darwin and Diversity
How Darwin's travels inspired his ideas on evolution.
8.05 Biology: Control in Reproduction
8.30 Victorian Dissenting Chapels
How the architecture of four chapels relates to their original religious functions.
8.55 Summer School: Time for You
9.20 Relative Risk - the Human Genome Project
Research offers new hope for sufferers of fatal genetic diseases.
10.10 Images of the Cosmos: Design for an Alien World
Plans for a mission to Titan, Saturn's largest moon.
10.35 Race and Society: Artists and Photographers
Are black people under pressure to "represent" fellow black citizens?
11.00 Managing Schools: Bridging the Gap
Can teachers help pupils overcome the trauma of moving from primary to secondary school?
11.25 Healthy Futures: Whose Views Count?
The arguments over health care priorities.
11.50 Recycling in the Paper Industry
Making better use of resources.