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With Justin Webb and Andrew Harvey. (Timetable on Monday)
The Living Clock. Many people refer to their body clocks, but do they really exist? This film looks at the impact time has on human life.
With Chris Jarvis.
A visit to the Patch Stop, and a wildlife hospital to see fox cubs.
Bump-Pea and Hap-Pea land their hot air balloon on Creepy Castle, where they are taken prisoner.
Cartoon adventures with the bumbling bear.
Live coverage of the first morning's play in the final Cornhill Insurance Test, between England and New Zealand, from Old Trafford. Commentary by Richie Benaud ,
Geoffrey Boycott , David Gower and Richard Hadlee. With Tony Lewis. TV presentation Alan Griffiths
Executive producer Keith Mackenzie
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Phoebe and Mark get to know each other, while Rick's driving lesson becomes a rescue mission when he spots a stolen car. Philip goes off to the bush to try and sort his life out and Mark starts to show an interest in Gaby - much to the distress of Annalise.
Coverage of this afternoon's ladies' semi-finals. Reigning champion Steffi Graf was seeded number 1 and if everything has gone to the seeding committee's plans she would be meeting nine-times champion Martina Navratilova. Arantxa Sanchez Vicario and Conchita Martinez , both from
Spain, were the second and third seeds. Twenty-five years ago, one of today's commentators, Ann Jones , came back from a set down to beat Margaret Court in the semi-final, and went on to defeat Billie Jean King in the final.
Also from 4.30 coverage of England v New Zealand from Old Trafford.
Introduced by Desmond Lynam.
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With Anna Ford and Jill Dando. Subtitled
Weather Bill Giles
Blood is spilled at the hairdressing salon, wounds are healed at the Butchers, and debts are settled at Ian's.
This week's episodes written by Ashley Pharoah
(Omnibus edition is next Sunday)
The UK's top chart show featuring the best of today's music and some pre-chart exclusives.
Director Geraldine Dowd Producer Rtc Blaxill
The fashion industry is Britain's fourth highest earner of foreign currency and its students are among the best in the world.
Alas, few of them go on to work in this country.
"We have something like colleges in Britain offering fashion training compared to 23 In Italy, 72 in France and 58 in Germany," says executive producer, Roger Casstles. "But there are not enough jobs to go round and until the fashion industry starts to invest more in the young talent of this country, many of these highly-talented young designers will continue to move to continental Europe to find work."
This special edition of The
Clothes Show is devoted entirely to Graduate Fashion
Week where 3,000 students will showcase their talents, 750 of them putting on possibly their first and for many their last catwalk shows. Jeff Banks , Caryn Franklin and Brenda Emmanus watch the shows, talk to the students about their work, and ask established designers how more can be done to employ young talent. Producer Karen Hughes
With Michael Buerk.
Weather Bill Giles
The new six-part drama series set on board a North Sea oil rig. 3: When they get shore leave, the crew of Osprey Explorer pick up the pieces of their private lives. Archie rushes to the hospital where his ex-wife has been taken after a car crash. Ian and Hilary have a great day walking in the Highlands but later face a problem over their relationship. Tom is worried because his daughter Heather is spending too much time with Chris - a playboy twice her age.
Written by Kieran Prendiville
Producers Charles Elton and Moira Williams Director Sandy Johnson
A First Choice production for BBCtv
Sue Barker presents highlights of the ladies' semi-finals.
First-day highlights between England and New Zealand at
Argentina v Bulgaria Greece v Nigeria
Live coverage of one of tonight's decisive matches in group D, and highlights of the other, featuring Argentina against Bulgaria from Dallas, and in Boston, Greece meet Nigeria. Argentina won the trophy in 1978 and 1986, while Bulgaria have never won a match in five appearances in the World Cup finals. There's action from last night's concluding games in group F: Holland v Morocco, and Belgium v Saudi Arabia. Frank Skinner and David Baddiel , refugees from Fantasy
Football, have another review of the tournament. Introduced by Bob Wilson with Gary Lineker and Alan Hansen.