06:00 BBC World News; Weather

06:30 World Living: Earth Report Kids Number
Environmental series reporting on global topics. To mark the International Children’s Day of Broadcasting, this programme features five reports from around the world about children and the environment

07:00 BBC World News; Weather

07:30 HARDtalk
Tim Sebastian talks to newsmakers, personalities and ordinary people who find themselves in the news

08:00 BBC World News; Weather

08:30 World Focus: Correspondent
Reports from around the world

09:00 BBC World News; Weather

09:05 Weekend World: Rough Guide to the World Rough Guide to Alaska
Magenta DeVine and Simon O’Brien visit America’s 49th state and final frontier, Alaska. In Anchorage, Magenta meets oil well roughnecks with a passion for hunting, while Simon discovers the implications of the shortage of women in Alaska. In Fairbanks he finds out what to do when confronted by a grizzly bear, and Magenta visits the town where it’s Christmas 352 days a year before joining Simon to party beneath the northern lights

10:00 BBC World News; Weather

10:30 World Living: The Travel Show
Holiday magazine introduced by Juliet Morris. Including A Tale of Two Travellers' andYou Pay, We Say’

11:00 BBC World News; Weather

11:00 BBC World News; Weather

11:30 This Week
A weekly showcase for the best reports of the last seven days from the BBC’s network of over 250 global correspondents

12:00 BBC World News; Weather

12:05 Weekend World: Horizon Icon Earth
Every age has its icons and, in the age of globalisation, the Earth has become an icon representing environmentalism, telling us there is `only one Earth’. But in the late twentieth century, there are at least two globes – the natural world and the electronic world of telecommunications, super-highways and global finance

13:00 BBC World News; Weather

13:30 World Living: How Buildings Learn Flow
Stewart Brand presents a six-part series exploring the processes which shape buildings and cities throughout the world. In this film, he looks at the problems that confronted the occupants of some hi-tech buildings, including the media lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the glass-built Bibliotheque Nationale, and the offices of the Western Morning News in Plymouth

14:00 BBC World News; Weather

14:05 Weekend World: The Last Governor Restraint in Difficult Circumstances
Jonathan Dimbleby presents a five-part documentary series charting Chris Patten’s governorship of Hong Kong. While Beijing denounces him, Patten woos the public with his reforms. But the powerful tycoons and their allies in the Legislative Council turn against him

15:00 BBC World News; Weather

15:05 Weekend World: Rough Guide to the World Rough Guide to Alaska
Magenta DeVine and Simon O’Brien visit America’s 49th state and final frontier, Alaska. In Anchorage, Magenta meets oil well roughnecks with a passion for hunting, while Simon discovers the implications of the shortage of women in Alaska. In Fairbanks he finds out what to do when confronted by a grizzly bear, and Magenta visits the town where it’s Christmas 352 days a year before joining Simon to party beneath the northern lights

16:00 BBC World News; Weather

16:30 World Living: The Travel Show
Followed by World Cup UpdateHoliday magazine introduced by Juliet Morris. Including A Tale of Two Travellers' andYou Pay, We Say’

17:00 BBC World News; Weather

17:30 This Week
Followed by World Cup UpdateA weekly showcase for the best reports of the last seven days from the BBC’s network of over 250 global correspondents

18:00 BBC World News; Weather

18:30 World Focus:Correspondent
Reports from around the world

19:00 BBC World News; Weather

19:05 Weekend World:Horizon Icon Earth
Followed by World Cup UpdateEvery age has its icons and, in the age of globalisation, the Earth has become an icon representing environmentalism, telling us there is `only one Earth’. But in the late twentieth century, there are at least two globes – the natural world and the electronic world of telecommunications, super-highways and global finance

20:00 BBC World News; Weather

20:30 World Living: Jeremy Clarkson’s Extreme Machines
Followed by World Cup UpdateA look at some of the fastest machines in the world. Jeremy Clarkson travels to the Italian Riviera to try out a legendary Riva speedboat. Plus an Apache helicopter gunship, and a home-made machine used for getting about on snow and ice a hundred miles north of the Arctic Circle

21:00 BBC World News

21:30 HARDtalk
Tim Sebastian talks to newsmakers, personalities and ordinary people who find themselves in the news. Followed by World Cup Update

22:00 BBC World News; Weather

22:30 Simpson’s World
The BBC’s world affairs editor, John Simpson, takes a personal look at global issues. Followed by World Cup Update

23:00 BBC World News; Weather

23:05 Weekend World: The Last Governor Restraint in Difficult Circumstances
Followed by World Cup UpdateJonathan Dimbleby presents a five-part documentary series charting Chris Patten’s governorship of Hong Kong. While Beijing denounces him, Patten woos the public with his reforms. But the powerful tycoons and their allies in the Legislative Council turn against him

00:00 BBC News
Followed by Weather

00:30 World Living: How Buildings Learn Flow
Followed by World Cup UpdateStewart Brand presents a six-part series exploring the processes which shape buildings and cities throughout the world. In this film, he looks at the problems that confronted the occupants of some hi-tech buildings, including the media lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the glass-built Bibliotheque Nationale, and the offices of the Western Morning News in Plymouth

01:00 BBC News
Followed by Weather

01:30 World Focus: Correspondent
Followed by World Cup UpdateReports from around the world

02:00 BBC News
Followed by Weather

02:30 Simpson’s World
Followed by World Cup UpdateThe BBC’s world affairs editor, John Simpson, takes a personal look at global issues

03:00 BBC News
Followed by Weather

03:30 HARDtalk
Followed by World Cup UpdateTim Sebastian talks to newsmakers, personalities and ordinary people who find themselves in the news

04:00 BBC News
Followed by Weather

04:30 This Week
A weekly showcase for the best reports of the last seven days from the BBC’s network of over 250 global correspondents. Followed by World Cup Update