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Tony Lewis introduces live coverage of the morning's play from one of today's second-round matches. Commentators
RICHIE BENAUD , TOM GRAVENEY Summarisers RAY
ILLINGWORTH, DAVID ACFIELD Television presentation
KEITH MACKENZIE. ALAN GRIFFITHS
with Peter Alliss
Playing Like the Pros with David Jones
Thinking of taking up golf?
Want to know more about the game or trying to reduce your handicap? This is the series for you. Assisting Peter are some of Britain's top golf coaches.
Camera supervisor CHARLIE RINGLAND
Engineering manager JIMMY MAIDEN Produced and directed by GORDON MENZIES
Play Upl Music with Nick Mercer and Stella Goodier
Green Claws gets a musical present and, with practice, he manages a good tune or two. After all, he does come from a musical family.
Claws Family stories SONYA DANN Illustrations JANE GEDYE Script by URSULA JONES Director ADRIAN MILLS
Producer CHRISTINE HEWITT (R)
NatWest Bank Trophy
Tony Lewis introduces live coverage of the afternoon's play through to the finish of the 60-overs-per-side match Including at
2.00pm and 3.00pm
News and Weather
3.50pm News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
Magenta De Vine and Sankha Guha
In the gay capital of the southern hemisphere,
Neighbours star Guy Pearce takes Magenta shopping,
Australia's top comic gives advice on where to stay, plus pubs, spiders, gambling, Oz slanguage and Midnight Oil's Peter Garrett on the threat to Sydney's surf, sun and sand lifestyle.
Assistant producer JANE BECKWITH Director ANYA CAMILLERI
Series producer RACHEL PURNELL BBC North West
The third of four films on themes of the French Revolution.
Robespierre was a cold-blooded dictator - so why was he a member of a society devoted to wine, kisses and roses?
How could he be a dictator without holding any government office? The French Revolution gave everybody liberty and equality, so why did France refuse to abolish slavery? Robespierre was a bloodthirsty monster who sent thousands to the guillotine, so why did he vote against the death penalty? The search for answers involves a voodoo ceremony, a crypt full of skeletons and a bleeding statue.
The story that emerges is of a man doomed by good intentions, who may have deliberately brought about his own destruction.
Reporter Chantal Cuer Photography JOHN BECK Sound ROBIN SWAIN
Film editor HORACIO QUEIRO Series producer
MARGARET WINDHAM HEFFERNAN Written and produced by ALAN EREIRA
(Revolutionary Witness: 10.10pm.
'Ireland's Opportunity' tomorrow at
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Written by SHELDON BULL
Directed by BURT METCALFE (R)
by BILL GALLAGHER
Maurice, Willy, Dudley and Rick turn up for their night shift at a northern shipyard on the eve of a launch.
Through the course of the night, Maurice's revelations lead them to take drastic action.
Music ALAN PRICE
Camera TREVOR WIMLETI
OB lighting director JOHN MASON Videotape editor STAN POW Producer RUTH CALEB
Director CORIN CAMPBELL-HILL
Third of four monologues based on eyewitness accounts of the ordinary men and women who made the French Revolution. The Preacher by PETER BARNES with Alan Rickman as Jacques Roux.
'Mad' Jacques Roux was a radical priest who officiated at the execution of Louis XVI and organised food riots in the harsh winter of 1793. Popular with the poor, he became too revolutionary for the Revolution's leaders. At the ruined church of St Nicholas in Paris, Roux preaches his last sermon.
('The Amazon' tomorrow at 10. 10pm)
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with Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick
Simon Schama , author of Citizens, talks about his new view of the Revolution.
12.00 Education: Measures of Success School reports used to be written by the teacher, but now students are doing their own assessment. Producer MEG SHEFFIELD (R)
12.25am Power to the People? Looking at the processes accompanying the proposal for a tidal barrage at Westonsuper-Mare. Producer KEVIN NEWPORT (R)