Analysis of the main trading stories.
6.00, 6.02, 6. 15, 6.30, 6.45, 6.58 News;
6.15 Financial papers; 6.25 Sport; 6.29,
Presented by Nicholas Witchell and Andrew Harvey.
News every 15 minutes.
7.12, 7.40, 8. 12, 8.40 Business; 7.20,
7.50,8.20,8.50 Sport; 7.25,8.25,8.55 Weather, regional news, travel.
The Search for the Ancient Americans From the now submerged Beringia land bridge that once connected Siberia and Alaska, to the jungle-covered Central American pyramids, this programme tells the epic story of how humanity spread across new lands.
With Chris Jarvis.
The Playground Stop.
Animation. Dump-Pea over eats at
Prehistoric cartoon capers.
Fred and Barney are chased by Hollyrock Indians.
Today starting a short season of Daily Detective programmes is this 1980s drama series starring
Stephanie Zimbalist , and Pierce Brosnan who is to be the new James Bond.
License to Steele. Convinced that being a woman might scare off potential clients, private investigator Laura Holt invents a male boss. All goes well until her creation actually shows up.
Chef Ian Parmenter 's step-by-step guide to making calzone.
Presented by Judi Spiers.
Steffi Graf , aiming to win her sixth Wimbledon singles title, opens the proceedings in the women's competition on centre court.
Introduced by Desmond Lynam.
With Martyn Lewis and Moira Stuart.
Weather Rob McElwee
Rick realises Debbie is heading for trouble. Stephen's confrontation with the past has devastating consequences.
Lauren is worried about Lou's relationship with Cheryl.
Hannah is being disruptive at school.
Fireworks between Steve and Binnie, Mena and Sanjay cook up a scheme, and Pat receives Frank's last message to her. (For cast see Thursday)
In the holiday guide this week, Paul Gogarty is in the Mediterranean, taking a family holiday in Ayia Napa in eastern Cyprus. With his children in tow, he tries some of the organised trips that may appeal to both youngsters and grown-ups alike. Montegu Don gets a taste of Africa when he visits the Gambia, traditionally a winter sun destination but now being marketed as a summer holiday. Jill Dando and Shankha Guha have up-to-date travel news and tips plus news of summer events happening around the country. Series producer Bridget Sneyd Executive producer Jane Lush
BBC HOLIDAYS MAGAZINE: July'sedition includes articles on Thailand, a Canbbean cruise and more ideas for weekend breaks and budget holidays. On sale now, price £1.60, from newsagents.
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The Villa Windsor is the name by which the Duke and Duchess of Windsor's last home in Paris's
Bois de Bologne is commonly known. The former King Edward VIII and his wife Wallis Simpson leased it from the French government in 1953 and it reverted to the French state after the death of the Duchess in 1986. Since then it has been meticulously restored to its original splendour by Mohammed Al-Fayed of Harrods fame. This One Foot in the Past film gives a rare opportunity to see the results of the conservation work - the villa is now a private museum, and closed to the public.
On an intimate tour of its interior, Lucinda Lambton picks out the domestic details revealed by the rooms and their contents: the table on which the king signed the abdication in 1936, for example, a musical box that plays God Save the King, the piano once played by Cole Porter. And it seems the modern-thinking duke preferred the shower to the bath; the latter was used to house his collection of 12,000 photographs. Director Jamie Muir
With Peter Sissons.
Weather Rob McElwee
First of a two-part drama based on a real-life event.
Starring Charlton Heston Richard Thomas
On 19 July 1989, on a routine flight from Denver to Chicago, United Airlines Flight develops an engine fault. As he struggles heroically to land the aircraft safely,
Captain Al Haynes radios for emergency landing clearance in Sioux City, Iowa, setting in train an amazing sequence of events.
Final part tomorrow at 9.30pm.
Captain Al Haynes:
Lt Col Dennis Nielsen:
First Officer Bill Records:
Flight Engineer Dudley Dvorak:
Highlights of today's play. Introduced by Sue Barker.
Nigeria v Bulgaria
Live action from the group D match at the Cotton Bowl
Stadium, Dallas, between the highly-regarded African champions Nigeria, and Bulgaria, who made it to the United States at the expense of France. Plus highlights of tonight's other group D tie in Boston between Argentina and Greece and Germany's group C game against Spain in Chicago. Introduced by Bob Wilson with David O'Leary and Steve Coppell.
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