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6.20 Social Work in the Inner City
Exploring the pressures on social workers in the east end of Glasgow.
6.45 The Trial of Socrates
Examining the fragmentary evidence from literary and archaeological sources to reconstruct a context for Socrates's trial and condemnation.
7.10 Race and Society: Artists and Photographers
Does the fact that someone is black place demands on them to "represent" their fellow black human beings?
7.35 A Migrant's Heart
Born in Africa and living in London, theatre director Jatinder Verma traces his roots in India in a search for home.
From Monday to Thursday, this programme offers members of the public a chance to tackle politicians on current issues. Presented today by Sarah Baxter.
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Pathe News footage of events that made the headlines in 1955.
(Repeated on Friday at 8.50am) (B/W)
Another chance to see highlights of the French Grand Prix from Magny Cours.
(Shown yesterday at 7.30pm)
Musical comedy starring Peter Palmer, Leslie Parrish, Stubby Kaye
Hillbilly hero Li'l Abner fights against Washington as he strives to save his hometown: Dogpatch, USA.
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Live coverage from the All England Club as the players battle for places in the quarter-finals, which are due to be played tomorrow and Wednesday, introduced by Desmond Lynam.
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The magazine series that covers stories from the world of computers and digital communications.
This week, Benjamin Woolley looks at the options for shopping by computer. In the near future, customers will be able to log on to the Internet and send their designs for goods directly to manufacturers, which will respond to the specifications and return the finished articles. And on the World Wide Web, consumers will be able to access virtual shopping malls, where they can contact product developers directly and take part in auctions.
From the US, the programme reports on the bizarre experience of the associate editor of Time magazine, Joshua Quittner, and his wife and fellow journalist Michelle Slatalla, who wrote a book about hackers and then, within days of its publication, became the victims of hacking themselves.
Plus a look at how anonymous E-mail is helping desperate people to get in touch with the Samaritans; and in the regular Hotlist spot cyber celebrities visit their favourite places on the World Wide Web.
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Sci-fi thriller series.
Father Anton Jonascu has dedicated his life to the homeless in Trashtown. One day, during a raid on the squatter town, he sees a policeman transform into a terrifying demon. When he experiences the same delusion during a service, he becomes convinced that the stress of his work is causing him to hallucinate and he goes to see a doctor. But the doctor, too, has the power to metamorphose, and makes what seems a very tempting offer to the exhausted minister - to give him the power to heal.
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To celebrate the centenary of cinema this year, people talk about their favourite moments in the movies.
Tonight director Maggie Greenwald chooses the opening scene from Sergio Leone's classic western Once upon a Time in the West.
Highlights of the day's play at the lawn tennis championships. Today is one of the most exciting days of the two-week tournament, with the surviving men and women competing for places in the quarter-finals. Sue Barker introduces the best of the action and meets the headline-makers.
BBC Videos: the videos Best of Wimbledon - 92, Best of Wimbledon - 93 and Best of Wimbledon - 94, each of which covers the main events of its year, are available from video retailers.
The topical news analysis programme that debates the stories behind the headlines. Presented by Sue Cameron.
With the end of the Cold War, there have been controversial reports in the press about the alleged operation of "agents of influence" within the British establishment. But how many journalists have themselves overstepped the line between developing useful contacts and becoming complicit in the spying game? John Sweeney reports. First shown on The Late Show.
How engineers can design new alloys and understand the changes that take place deep within the materials.
Today's debates, exchanges and developments in Parliament. With Michael Fairbairn.