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9.00 Storytime: Guess How Much I Love You
(ages 4-5)
with signing.

9.10 Job Bank: Health and Safety Inspector
(ages 14-16)

9.20 Job Bank: Supermarket Assistant
(Subtitled)

9.30 Numbertime: More or Less - Three Less
(ages 4-6) (Subtitled)

9.45 Storytime
(ages 4-5)

10.30 Words and Pictures: Summer Special - Make Your Own Words and Pictures
(ages 5-7) (Subtitled)

10.45 Numbertime: Time - Clock Face
(ages 4-6) (Subtitled)

11.00 Look and Read: LRTV Gets It Together
(ages 7-9) (Subtitled)

11.20 Who-Me?: New Home, New School
(ages 9-11)

11.40 Landmarks: Rivers of the World - the Angara
(ages 9-12)

12.00 Key Skills: Application of Number
(ages 16+)

Bob Langley explores the rolling countryside of the Malvern Hills, discovering the wild daffodils and insects of Bredon Hill. Plus a special feature on the private life of the fox.
(Repeat)

Contributors

Presenter:
Bob Langley
Producer:
Richie Stewart
Series Producer:
Mike Finlason

Live coverage from London's Queen's Club of the opening day's exchanges at the Stella Artois championships, the men's grass-court tournament that serves as a warm-up for Wimbledon.

In a world-class field, Britain's top two - Tim Henman and Greg Rusedski - join Australian Open winner Yevgeny Kafelnikov, ex-Queen's champion Mark Philippoussis and German veteran Boris Becker. who has six Grand Slam titles to his name.

Introduced by Sue Barker, with commentary from Barry Davies, David Mercer, Bill Threlfall, Pat Cash, Chris Bailey and Peter Fleming.
(Digital widescreen)

Including at 2.40 and 3.25 News and Regional News (Subtitled) Weather

Contributors

Presenter:
Sue Barker
Tennis player:
Tim Henman
Tennis player:
Greg Rusedski
Tennis player:
Yevgeny Kafelnikov
Tennis player:
Mark Philippoussis
Tennis player:
Boris Becker
Commentary:
Barry Davies
Commentary:
David Mercer
Commentary:
Bill Threlfall
Commentary:
Pat Cash
Commentary:
Chris Bailey
Commentary:
Peter Fleming
Producer:
Helen Kuttner
Executive Producer:
Barbara Slater

Twenty-five young opera and lieder singers from around the world gather at St David's Hall to compete in this year's event.

Tonight's contestants vying for a place in next Saturday's final are Mariselle Martinez, Anja Harteros, Maruisz Kwiecien, Tigran Martirosian and Sam McElroy. They are accompanied by the Orchestra of Welsh National Opera, conducted by Carlo Rizzi. Presented by Petroc Trelawny and Gwenan Edwards.

(Continues tomorrow at 6.45pm)
(Digital widescreen)
Event sponsored by British Petroleum
The next big sing: page 31

Contributors

Presenter:
Petroc Trelawny
Presenter:
Gwenan Edwards
Singer:
Mariselle Martinez
Singer:
Anja Harteros
Singer:
Maruisz Kwiecien
Singer:
Tigran Martirosian
Singer:
Sam McElroy
Musicians:
The Orchestra of Welsh National Opera
Conductor:
Carlo Rizzi
Director:
Abigail Hedderwick
Director:
Andy Quick
Producer:
Paul Bullock
Producer:
Fiona Morris

Veteran mountaineer Hamish Brown takes Cameron McNeish on a trek through the western Atlas mountains of Morocco, where many valleys are still without electricity.
(Digital widescreen) (Repeat) (Subtitled)

Contributors

Presenter:
Cameron McNeish
Guest:
Hamish Brown
Director/Producer:
Richard Else

The holiday programme returns with a new look, each week concentrating on two destinations in depth.

Juliet Morris explores the Caribbean, visiting the island of Tobago, while Fi Glover travels through Andalucia and the Costa del Sol. In a new feature, viewers share their holiday tales in Something to Declare.
(Digital widescreen) (Subtitled)

Contributors

Presenter:
Juliet Morris
Reporter:
Fi Glover
Series Producer:
Liz Molyneux

Ireland's leader for 21 years, Eamon de Valera was loved and hated in equal measure. A revolutionary, he became president of Sinn Fein in 1918, but his fight for independence led to civil war and he was seen as the scourge of the IRA. This film probes the contradictory, complex character of the prime minister who styled himself as the embodiment of the Irish nation.
(Digital widescreen)

Contributors

Producer:
Hamish Mykura
Series Editor:
Janice Hadlow

Rembrandt created a pictorial autobiography through his self-portraits, over 70 images from youthful insecurity to moving images of old age. With the National Gallery beginning an exhibition on Wednesday, this film examines the multiple faces of the artist, from self-promotion to his eccentric dress sense.
(Digital widescreen)

Contributors

Producer:
Keith Alexander
Producer:
Francis Whately

(Repeats are not indicated)

Open University
12.30 The Scientific Community in 17th-century England
1.00 Modernist Primitivism
1.30 Scenes from Dr Faustus

Schools
2.00 Science: Short Circuit

Languages
4.00 The French Experience

Business and Training
5.00 Skills for Work

Open University
5.45 Seville: the Edge of Empire
6.10 Citizens of the World
(Subtitled)
6.35-7.00am Open Advice

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