6.15 Pure Maths Isomorphism
6.40 Maths Methods Catenaries
5763084 7.05 Hamlet Workshop (1)
3721607 7.30The Breath of Life
7.55 Scenes from Dr Faustus by Christopher Marlowe 6664404 8.20
British Car Transplants
8.45 The Jewish Enigma - Pride and Prejudice
6.15 Pure Maths Isomorphism
Animation. Rupert finds a sad robin. (Rpt)
Animated tales about some ingenious pets.
The cartoon adventures of super-powered heroes. Stereo ...
More Sunday morning entertainment, including chart-topping music from Australian heart-throb Peter Andre , plus the latest release from Louise.
Including at 10.15 Bump in the Night
10.55 Pingu and at 11.40 Sporting
Hero - this week Kriss Akabusi gets his skates on and tries ice hockey.
Presented by Sarah Vandenbergh and Grant Stott.
Producer Claire Mundell ; Series producer Liz Scott
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Introduced from Wentworth by Steve Rider.
12.05 Football Highlights of England v Hong Kong XI ― England's final game on their Far East tour and their last match before the European Championship begins in two weeks. Commentary by CliveTyldesley.
12.35 Rugby Union Highlights from
Twickenham of the second match in the Rugby Challenge between Wigan and Bath, with the two sides playing union laws having clashed under league rules earlierthis month at Maine Road.
Commentary by Nigel Starmer-Smith .
1.05 Hockey Action from today's men's international between Great Britain and Germany from Milton Keynes , as both nations continue their preparations for this summer's Olympic Games. Germany are the reigning Olympic and European champions and are strongly tipped for gold in Atlanta. But this match conjures up memories of the Olympic final eight years ago in Seoul, when Britain beat Germany 3-1 to take the title. Commentary by Barry Davies and Ian Taylor.
2.40,4.15 Golf Third-round coverage of the PGA Championship from Wentworth. Twelve months ago, Germany's Bernhard Langer secured victory by one stroke for his third PGA championship. This year's field includes US Masters champion Nick Faldo , top Britons Colin Montgomerie , Ian Woosnam and Sam Torrance , plus overseas stars Seve Ballesteros and Langer. Commentary by Peter Alliss , Alex Hay , Dave Marr , Beverley Lewis , Mike Hughesdon and Dougie Donnelly.
4.05 Racing Live coverage of the Irish
2,000 Guineas from the Curragh, won 12 months ago by Spectrum.
6.20 News Roundup
The spectacular central desert of Australia provides the backdropforthis animal drama. Inura is a youngfemale dingo strugglingto survive in one of the harshest environments on earth where the neighbours can be distinctly unfriendly and fights with competing packs of dingoes can be savage.
As Inura hones her hunting techniques and struggles to find sufficient food and water, her adventures lead to encounters with huge lizards and biting centipedes. And with prey hard to come by, an extraordinary relationship develops between the dingoes and the wedge-tailed eagles, leading to previously unfilmed encounters between dog and bird. Narrated by John King. DirectorSimon King; Producer John King
Regional Variations (2)
In the final programme, Andrew Graham-Dixon traces the development of modern art in Britain.
Coverage of today's play between England and India in the third and final one-day international from Old Trafford. Highlights of this 50-overs-per-side match are presented by Tony Lewis. Commentary by Richie Benaud , Geoffrey Boycott and David Gower.
The First Test between England and India begins on Thursday 6 June.
A Portrait of Roy Jenkins
Roy Jenkins 's friends claim he is the best Prime Minister Britain never had.
His enemies say that he betrayed his Labour roots as the son of a Welsh miner. Lord Jenkins is a man of many lives: author, politician and socialite. He was the Home Secretary credited with helping to create the permissive society in the sixties with the legalisation of abortion and homosexual acts. He became an austere Chancellor of the Exchequer blamed by some for Labour's
General Election defeat, the first British
President of the European Commission and foundingfather of the SDP. And he has also enjoyed an unexpectedly colourful private life.
Reporter Michael Cockerell 's candid portrait reveals a more interesting and complex figure than is suggested by the public image of the snobbish, claret-loving "Woy".
Producer Alison Cahn ; Editor Anne Tyerman
Drama beginning the Mavericks season of American films with a true spirit of independence, starring Mary McDonnell, Alfre Woodard
May-Alice, a daytime soap star, is disabled by an accident. Returning to her childhood home, she proves to be the most difficult of patients. Then Chantelle, a nurse with problems of her own, arrives and the two women gradually develop a relationship.
(Showing in widescreen format)
(See Films: pages 57-66)
Classic drama of suggested sensuality, which starts a short season of films by the acclaimed
Spanish director Luis Bunuel.
Starring Catherine Deneuve
Severine, the wife of a successful surgeon, finds her days boring and her nights equally unexciting. She takes refuge in erotic fantasies until a chance remark leads herto a new and exciting daytime occupation - in a brothel. In French with English subtitles.
(1967,18) ...................................... ♦ See Films: pages 57-66 *****
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FETV Short Cuts
2.00 Disability - Portrayal 65756 3.00 Race Identity
4.00 Discovering Portuguese 1 and 2; Bon Mot 1
Business and Work
5.00WalktheTalk Ahead of the Game Rpt 93911 5.30 How Do You Manage? Walking the Tightrope
6.00 Why Care? A history of residential care. Rpt 7717640 6.25 Questions of Sovereignty Rpt