From the Olympic Stadium, Helsinki. Featuring live coverage of the men's marathon on the final day of the championships. British hopefuls include Richard Nerurkar , the winner of the World Cup marathon last year.
Commentary by David Coleman , Stuart Storey , Brendan Foster , Paul Dickenson. Introduced by Desmond Lynam. Producers Vivien Kent , Martin Webster
Editors Brian Barwick , Dave Gordon
Kriss Akabusi introduces a celebration of faith live from Covent Garden Piazza.
The Summer Sunday band leads songs and hymns including We Share a New Day Dawn to the tune of Nessun Dorma , and Baptist minister Steve Chalke reflects on the God who releases.
A series focusing on recent news stories. This week: the birth of democracy and the first black president in South
Africa. Presented by Jeff McWhinney. With signing and subtitles.
Joel McCrea , Vera Miles
1874: when Wyatt Earp agrees to accept the dangerous job of law enforcement officer in Wichita, his first move is to ban all guns within city limits - a step not calculated to win approval in that wild and lawless town.
Director Jacques Toumeur (1955)
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Rural issues, with John Craven. Plus the week's weather at 12.55
Further live coverage. This afternoon's finals include a number of British medal prospects: Kelly Holmes in the women's 1500 metres (1.45), the women's 4 x 400 metres relay led by Sally Gunnell (2.10), the men's 4 x metres (2.35), with the squad looking for Britain's third successive European gold, and Rob Denmark in the 5,000 metres (3.05). Other highlights include the men's 800 metres, the women's high jump and the men's discus.
Omnibus. Stereo Suhtitled
The first of 13 programmes to I find the best young cook in the UK between the ages of 10 and 15. This week, three contestants from the Midlands set out to impress the guest judges, TV presenter Ulrika Jonsson and chef Gary Rhodes. Presented by Loyd Grossman.
A Union production forBBCtv
Combining the seriousness of antique hunting with the fun of a competition this new eight-part series is being described as " The Antiques Roadshow's younger cousin". Each week two pairs of contestants are given tasks that will reveal both their ability to spot a real antique and their eye for quality.
The tasks are set by Antiques Roadshow experts and in this first programme include an early morning trip to Bermondsey Market in London to buy a piece of silver, the identification of a real diamond from a paste one and a spell on the rostrum at a Bond Street auction house.
Presenter Jilly Goolden, best known for her appearances on Food and Drink, admits she knows nothing about antiques. Even so, she was caught up in the atmosphere of bargain hunting at antique auctions: "I had enormous difficulties with my right arm.... it kept straying upwards and waving!" Director David Cumming Producer Jannine Waddell
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Meet the contestants
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With Jennie Bond.
Weather Bill Giles
David Matthew and Jumoke Fashola visit a jazz festival at Upton-upon-Sevem in Worcestershire. Hymns with a jazz flavour include: Down by the Riverside, Joshua Fit de Battle of Jericho, Nobody
Knows the Trouble I've Seen and The Old Rugged Cross. Producer MoiraKean
Editor Helen Alexander
A show which combines the observations of children with all the fun of a panel game. Hosted by Ronnie Corbett.
A Reg Grundy production for BBCtv
Comedy series about family life. Women on the Verge of Nervous Breakdown. Bill and Rona's first job is disrupted by Mother Nature. With Belinda Lang , Gary Olsen , Julia Hills , Clare Buckfield , John Pickard. Written by Andrew Marshall
Director/Producer Richard Boden
New comedy drama starring Gregor Fisher, Rikki Fulton
Para Handy and his hapless crew rescue a drifting boat intending to claim salvage.
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With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Weather Bill Giles
A three-part thriller by Ruth Rendell writing as Barbara Vine. 2: Adam and Rufus prepare to confront their terrible past.
Screenplay by Sandy Welch
Producer Phillippa Giles ; Director Tim Fywell
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From Oakham Castle in Leicestershire. Tonight's five semi-finalists' subjects are: the English garden 1700-1914; the world chess championship since 1886; Wimbledon tennis championships;
Samuel Beckett ; Sir Donald Bradman. With Magnus Magnusson. Director David Mitchell ; Producer
Penelope Cowell Doe
Welcome to Happy Valley
An apple a day might keep the doctor away but many of the inhabitants of Wenatchee in America prefer a Prozac a day to keep them happy and healthy. This documentary takes a look at the most prescribed anti-depressant drug in America by visiting Wenatchee - or "Happy Valley, Prozac Capital of the World" as it is known.
Wenatchee psychologist Dr Jim Goodwin prescribes Prozac for all his clients because he believes everyone is depressed, they just don't realise it. He argues that Prozac is "probably less toxic than salt" - he even takes it himself.
Not surprisingly he has his critics. Psychiatrist
Dr Peter Breggin puts forward his theory that suffering is a necessary fact of life, while members of the Prozac Survivors Support Group give some harrowing accounts of how their lives have been destroyed by the drug.
Producer Paul Sapin ; Series editor John Drury
Highlights of the FA Charity Shield between Manchester
United and Blackburn Rovers at Wemb!°y Stadium.
Plus coverage of the final day's action from the European
Athletics Championships in Helsinki.
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Horror starring Eric Porter
A psychiatrist attempts to protect the daughter ofjack the Ripper. With Angharad Rees , Dora Bryan , Margaret Rawlings.
Director Peter Sasdy 1971)
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