Including ethical investments, recycled furniture and the importance of good communication skills. (Rpt)
6.20 What You Never Knew About Sex
A look at reproduction in reptiles.
6.45 Geology: The Capitan Reef
A field trip to the world's largest known fossilised reef.
7.10 Desert Ecology
How do plants and animals survive the heat of the desert?
7.35 Science: Quantum Leaps into the Atom
How atoms behave like waves.
Animation about a knight of the Round Table. (Rpt) (Stereo)
The family is thrown into chaos by the arrival of a strange package. (Stereo)
(Note: repeats are not indicated)
9.00 Secret Service: Channel Hopping
9.30 Focus: Teamwork
(ages 9-13) (Stereo)
9.45 Over the Moon: Life at Home - Colour at Home
The Playbus stops at the Patch Stop. (Rpt) (Stereo)
10.25 Storytime: Handa's Surprise
(ages 4-5) (Stereo)
10.45 Science Zone: Plants and Animals - Barn Owl Challenge
11.05 Space Ark: Plants and Animals - Inside Plants
11.15 Health e 2: Move It
11.35 Landmarks: Victorian Britain - Town Life
11.55 Job Bank: Print Journalist/Sea Fisherman
12.15 Le Club: Ma Famille
This programme looks at the natural environment of the Mournes and some of the human activities connected with the Mournes. Show more
Business and consumer news
1.00 Lifeschool: B Is for Body
(ages 14+) (Stereo)
1.25 Mad about Music: Scales
1.45 Numbertime: Number Two
Looking at the way scales are used as a basis for a wide variety of music including Japanese Shakuhachi flute music, Flamenco, Pipe music & Indian Sitar music.
Cartoon adventures with the family of Loch Ness monsters and their friends. (Rpt)
Animation about a clumsy little elephant. Narrated by Simon Cadell.
Quarter-final places are at stake as the second-round matches of the International
Open Indoor Bowls Championship are concluded at the Preston Guild Hall.
Including at 3.00 News; Regional News; Weather
Quiz about the news in years gone by. Presented by Martyn Lewis.
Further coverage of the International Open Indoor Bowls Championship from Preston.
Captain Jean-Luc Picard arrives at space station Deep Space Nine, which has been wrecked by the hostile Cardassians. The new commander, Benjamin Sisko, must prevent old hostilities from erupting again.
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Last in a four-part series that examines the lack of educational choices for disabled children and asks whether they would be better educated in mainstream schools.
Disabled children have no right in law to participate in mainstream education in this country. Old School Ties follows two families as they appeal to the new Special Educational Needs Tribunals in their attempts to get their children back into local schools with their friends.
Third in a nine-part series of individual documentaries from a variety of new and experienced directors.
Deep in the Gulf of Suez lies the wreck of the SS Thistlegorm. A merchant ship, it was on its way to North Africa when it was sunk by German bombers in 1941. Nine of the crew died on that moonlit night. This film tells the story of the death of the ship, tracks down the remaining survivors, returns to the site of the wreck, and dives to the seabed to discover an underwater world full of ghosts and the wreckage of a fantastic military cargo.
This week, Jeremy Clarkson drives the most important new carto be launched this autumn, the Vauxhall Vectra. It replaces Britain's favourite fleet car, the Cavalier, but how good is it?
Meanwhile, Tiff Needell tries the new Saab with electronic kit that enables the driver to change gear without the tedium of using a clutch pedal.
Plus, Michele Newman finds out what it takes to enter a motor race when you're a complete novice.
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Drama starring Kris Kristofferson, JoBeth Williams, Sam Waterston
Presumed dead in Vietnam, American Air Force officer Jake Robbins has, in reality, married a Cambodian and fathered two children. His former wife, Sarah, has also remarried, so Jake's unexpected reappearance back in the US shatters her carefully constructed new world.
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Followed by Video Nation Shorts
By the Labour Party.
(Shown at 9.00pm on BBC1 and 10.00pm on ITV)
Topical news analysis featuring interviews with leading figures and debate on the stories behind the headlines. Presented by Kirsty Wark.
Eight players remain to contest the quarter-finals in this prestigious invitation event. Dougie Donnelly introduces action from the first of those matches.
12.05am Open View
Highlights of next week's Open University programmes.
(Repeated tomorrow at 2.0pm) (Stereo)
12.10-1.45am Arts: The Rover
A unique opportunity to see the stage production of Aphra Behn's restoration comedy, first performed in 1677. The play is a robust, dynamic and sometimes brutal look at relationships, sexual desires and sexual favours, set in 17th-century Naples. A father decides that one of his daughters must marry a rich old man, while the other must enter a nunnery. However, the sisters have other ideas.
(Part 2 is next Thursday)