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: World Athletics Championships

Live coverage of the final day's action from Athens. This morning's programme is devoted to the men's marathon, an event that has its roots in ancient Greek history. Conditions should be tough for the competitors: Britain's main challenge to defendingchampion Martin Fiz is
Richard Nerurkar , who will be looking to add to his impressive record in major championships. Introduced by Desmond Lynam , with commentary by David Coleman and Brendan Foster.

Contributors

Unknown: Martin Fiz
Unknown: Richard Nerurkar
Introduced By: Desmond Lynam
Commentary By: David Coleman
Commentary By: Brendan Foster.

: Breakfast with Frost

Diana Madill interviews the week's newsmakers. Including at 8.30 News; plus weather.
Series editor Barney Jones ; Executive editor
Andrew Thompson

Contributors

Unknown: Diana Madill
Editor: Barney Jones
Editor: Andrew Thompson

: Summerscapes

Series exploring inspirational summer destinations. Vince Henderson visits a festival for the young people of Northern Ireland. Local chaplain Steve Stockman explains why he thinks the festival is remarkable. Plus music from Juliet Turner, hailed by the Irish press as their next big star.

Contributors

Unknown: Vince Henderson
Unknown: Steve Stockman
Unknown: Juliet Turner

: See Hear

Today a See Hear special that looks at how new and future technology will improve communication for hearing-impaired people. With signing and subtitles. Repeated on Tuesday at 12.45pm on BBC2
Repeat Stereo ................................. WEB SITE: www.bbc.co. uk/see_hear

: Cricket: Fifth Test

Tony Lewis introduces live coverage of the fourth morning's play at Trent Bridge.
Commentary by Richie Benaud , Geoffrey Boycott , David Gower and Ian Chappell.
Followed by Weather for the Week Ahead

Contributors

Introduces: Tony Lewis
Commentary By: Richie Benaud
Commentary By: Geoffrey Boycott
Commentary By: David Gower
Commentary By: Ian Chappell.

: NEWS

: Think Tank

David Aaronovitch presents an incisive analysis of an important issue faced by the government. Subtitled ...........

Contributors

Unknown: David Aaronovitch

: EastEnders

Omnibus edition. Stereo Subtitled.

: The Bridge at Remagen

Second World Wardrama starring
George Segal , Robert Vaughn
In 1945, as the war in Europe draws to a close, the Allies advance towards the Rhine. However, Hitlerhas ordered that all bridges across the river be destroyed. Only the bridge at Remagen remains intact.
Director John Guillermin (1969, PG)
♦See Films: pages 48-55

Contributors

Unknown: George Segal
Unknown: Robert Vaughn
Director: John Guillermin
Lieutenant Phil Hartman: George Segal
Major Paul Kreuger: Robert Vaughn
Sergeant Angelo: Ben Gazzara
Major Barnes: Bradford Dillman
Brigadier General Shinner: Eg Marshall
General Von Brock: Peter van Eyck

: The Bookworm

This week Griff Rhys Jones goes to Oxford to discover what inspired don
Charles Dodgson to become author Lewis Carroll and create the enduring character Alice.
He also catches up with John Mortimer on his latest publicity tour, and tests the theories of American psychoanalyst and writer Jeffrey Masson about dogs' ability to love. Michael Palin discusses his favourite children's book and Wendy Cope reads a new poem. Stereo Subtitied.442923

Contributors

Unknown: Griff Rhys Jones
Unknown: Charles Dodgson
Unknown: Lewis Carroll
Unknown: John Mortimer
Unknown: Jeffrey Masson
Unknown: Michael Palin
Unknown: Wendy Cope

: World Athletics Championships

See page 68 for details.

: World Athletics Championships

Continuing live coverage of the final events in the sixth World
Championships from Athens.
Key events include at 5.00 women's 100m hurdles semi-finals, 5.25 men's 5,000m final, 5.55 men's 4xl00m relay final, 6.15women's 4x40Om relay final, 6.35women's 100m hurdles final and at 6.50 men's
4x400m relay final.
British attention could be focused on the final event of the evening, the men ' s 4x400m with Britain arguably fielding their strongest team ever and hopingto emulate their 1991 gold medal-winning feat in Tokyo.
Another highlight is the men's 5,000m where Kenyan Daniel Komen and Morocco's Salah Hissou
are amongthe favourites. Plus the men's pole vault, women's high jump and men'sdiscus. Commentary by David Coleman , Stuart Storey , Paul Dickenson ,
Brendan Foster , Christina Boxer and Dave Moorcroft.

Contributors

Unknown: Kenyan Daniel Komen
Unknown: Morocco'S Salah Hissou
Commentary By: David Coleman
Commentary By: Stuart Storey
Commentary By: Paul Dickenson
Commentary By: Brendan Foster
Commentary By: Christina Boxer
Commentary By: Dave Moorcroft.

: News

With Chris Lowe.
Weather Rob McElwee

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Lowe.
Unknown: Rob McElwee

: Regional News

: Pie in the Sky

The drama series featuringthe gastronomic detective.
In the Smoke. The Crabbes are borrowing a friend's flat in London but are alarmed to learn that he has disappeared. See today's choices.
Written by Andrew Payne ; ProducerChrissy Skinns ; Director David Innes Edwards

Contributors

Written By: Andrew Payne
Producer: Chrissy Skinns
Director: David Innes Edwards
Henry Crabbe: Richard Griffiths
Margaret Crabbe: Maggie Steed
Gary Palmer: Nicholas Lamont
Sally: Marsha Thomason
Nick Spencer: Denis Lawson
Sarah Spencer: Miranda Pleasence
Kevin: Benedict Sandiford
Carol: Nicola Walker
Michael: Michael Attwell
Ken Purley: Anthony Trent
Mrs Hyde: Jessica James
Terence Conran: Himself

: More Antiques Roadshow Gems

Hugh Scully presentsjewellery finds from the archives.
Producer Ann Freer
Executive producer Christopher Lewis
Repeat Stereo Subtitled......

Contributors

Unknown: Hugh Scully
Producer: Christopher Lewis

: The Sculptress

Another chance to see the first of two double-length episodes of the psychological thriller, starring Pauline Quirke Caroline Goodall
Christopher Fulford
Olive Martin is sentenced to life imprisonment after confessing to the murder of her mother and sister. No one doubts herguiltexcept author Rosalind Leigh. This episode includes graphic images of dismembered bodies. Concludes next Sunday. See today's choices.
Written byReg Gadney , based on a novel by Minette Walters ; Producers Linda James and Julia Ouston ; Director Stuart Orme
Repeat Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Pauline Quirke
Unknown: Caroline Goodall
Unknown: Christopher Fulford
Unknown: Olive Martin
Unknown: Rosalind Leigh.
Written By: Reg Gadney
Novel By: Minette Walters
Producers: Linda James
Producers: Julia Ouston
Director: Stuart Orme
Olive Martin: Pauline Quirke
Rosalind Leigh: Caroline Goodall
Hal Hawksley: Christopher Fulford
Fr Julian: Dermot Crowley
Peter Crew: Michael Percival
Iris: Lynda Rooke
Geoff Wyatt: James McCarthy
Albert Hayes: Timothy Bateson
Sister Bridget: Maureen O'Brien
Rupert: Jay Villiers
Edward Clarke: David Horovitch
Dorothy Clarke: Ann Davies
Marnie O'Brien: Wendy Nottingham
Dina: Angela Belton
Lily Taylor: Joolia Cappleman
Reggie Wheelan: Jim Barclay
Sally Wyatt: Felicity Finch

: News

With Michael Buerk. Weather Isobel Lang

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Buerk.
Unknown: Isobel Lang

: Omnibus If- a Film about Rudyard Kipling

While onatrip through Sussex last autumn, actor
Mace Richards visited Batemans, the home of the 20th-century writer Rudyard Kipling. There he picked up some clues about the author's first novel, a work that did not seem to exist in Kipling's published canon. With the help of Liz Ameer , a student of Kipling, Richards embarked upon a quest for the mysterious novel. Last in the current series but Omnibus returns next month. See today's choices.
Director Nadia Haggar; Series editor Nigel Williams

Contributors

Unknown: MacE Richards
Unknown: Rudyard Kipling.
Unknown: Liz Ameer
Editor: Nigel Williams

: And the Band Played On

Documentary drama starring Matthew Modine and featuring an all-star cast.
Several cases of a rare skin cancer are reported amonggay men in New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles in 1980. As the infection claims more lives, rival teams of scientists on two continents race to be the first to isolate what would become known as the Aids virus.
Director Roger Spottiswoode (1993, 15)
* See Films: pages 48-55 ***

Contributors

Unknown: Matthew Modine
Director: Roger Spottiswoode
Dr Don Francis: Matthew Modine
Bill Kraus: Ian McKellen
Dr Selma Dritz: Lily Tomun
Choreographer: Richard Gere
Dr Robert Gallo: Alan Alda
Mary Guinan: Glenne Headly
Eddie Papasano: Phil Collins
Dr Betsy Reisz: Anjelica Huston
Brother: Steve Martin

: Weather









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