With Sara Coburn and Nick Wood.
Timetable on Monday
With Justin Webb and Andrew Harvey.
VJ Memories: "Southampton's Sweetheart" Brenda Logie is still in full song 50 years after she entertained returning PoWs. Timetable on Monday
Magazine programme with special guest Marc Almond.
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Cartoon adventures with the superheroes. Rpt Stereo Subtitled ...
Regional News; Weather .............
The Playbus stops at the Patch Stop. Stereo .......................
Live from Gothenburg. An early visit to the championships to see howLinford Christie and John Regis get on in the opening round ofthe 200 metres. Stereo .
Live coverage of the first morning's play in the fifth Cornhill
Insurance Test. between England and the West Indies, from Trent Bridge.
Commentary by Richie Benaud , Geoffrey Boycott , David Gower and Colin Croft . Introduced by Tony Lewis. See today's choices.
Executive producer Keith Mackenzie Stereo. 7155 # See Jonathan Agnew : page 36
Includingat 12.00 News Regional News; Weather
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Emergency in the Snow. Rural vet George Rafferty responds to a farmer's winter
SOS Call. Rpt
Rabbi Julia Neuberger has a lesson on baking cakes. Rpt
Live from Gothenburg. The key events are: at 3.05 the women's 200m semi-finals, at 3.55 the women's triple jump final and at 4.05 the men's 400m hurdles final.
Animation. Toad wakes up from his long winter sleep.
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More comic teenage drama, Stereo Subtitled ..
Frew and Barney's DIY music deafens the Grove.
Jemma NICOLA EWART. Charlie DONNA AIR , Ed GRANT ADAMS, Gary GEORGE TROTTER. Frew LUKE DALE.
Barney STEPHEN CARR. Anna CLAIRE GRAHAM. Affie ANDREW SMITH
, Flora KERRYANN CHRISTIANSEN
This week s episodes written by Matthew Graham
Lou's silence about his odd behaviour causes gossip. The Kennedys discover that Mal has been misleading them. A suspicious sound causes Sam to investigate Marlene's shop.
Shown at 1 -35pm For cast see Wednesday
With Martyn Lewis and Huw Edwards. Subtitled
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Pat comes down hard on Barry and David's dodgy deals, Ruth is determined to get to the root of Mark's problems, and neither Ricky nor David has quite the time for Bianca that she would like.
This week's episodes written by Matthew Graham and Madeleine Clifford ; Producer Jane Harris ;
Director Sue Butterworth Omnibus edition next
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Desmond Lynam and Jenny Hull look back on stories from the last two series of How Do They Do That? Tonight's items include: the F 1 Supercar - how one man's dream carfinally became a reality; how modern technology and surgical skill combined to perform a miracle on some very special twins; and the clevertricks of the impressionist's trade - how
Rory Bremner borrows voices galore for his stage and television act.
Producers Martin Lucas and Gill Stribling-Wright ; Executive producer Alan Boyd
Highlights from a busy evening's events at the World Athletics
Championships in Gothenburg. The world's top men and women sprinters have been in action, with Britain's John Regis starting his 200 metres challenge and Jamaican Merlene
Ottey's continued defence of her metres title. In the men's 5,000 metres first round Britain has high hopes for Rob Denmark , and in the men's 400 metres hurdles Derrick
Adkins is favourite to win. Plus, a look back at the winners and losers in the fight fortoday's medals.
With Michael Buerk.
Weather John Kettley
Another selection from Mel Smith and Griff Rhys Jones , featuring more of the deadpan duo's offbeat humour and face-to-face philosophical debates. Director Chris Bould ; Producer Jon Plowman
Third in a five-part crime thriller. While in search of his mother's murderer, Joshua Penny finds himself in the alternative world of Camden's Goth clubs. His father stands accused of the murder and time is getting short. Who is the mysterious tattooed man?
Written by Tony McHale
Producer Barry Hanson ; Executive producers Johan Eliasch and Michael Wearing
Judith Martens QC:
Alan Khurran, QC:
Introduced by James Naughtie from the Royal Albert Hall, London.
This Centenary Season sees the first visit of an Italian symphony orchestra to the Proms. The Orchestra of the Academy of Santa Cecilia in Rome, with their 33-year-old conductor and music director Daniele Gatti, perform Respighi's Fountains of Rome, a vivid and colourful picture-postcard evocation that displays the characteristically warm and generous sound of the orchestra.
The interval film reveals the locations that inspired the music and shows the orchestra at work on their home ground. Gatti - a charismatic Milan-born maestro - is one of the fast rising stars of the concert platform and takes over as music director of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra next year.
"The academy is one of Italy's oldest orchestras and this year they celebrate their centenary so it is particularly important for us to join the centenary celebrations of the Proms," Gatti says.
There's also a witty and sparkling concerto for two pianos by Poulenc.
The soloists are the acclaimed sisters, Katia and Marielle Labeque.
Action drama starring
When one of its skiers is injured in a fall, David Chappellet , an ambitious downhill racerfrom Colorado, gains a coveted place in the United States team. Despite hostility from hisfather and a string of complicated emotional entanglements, Chappellet is willingto gamble his life in a bid to attain his ultimate goal.
Screenplay James Salter , based on the novel The Downhill Racers by Oakley Hall Director Michael Ritchie (1969)
* FILM REVIEWS pages 45-50