Live action from the Lawn I Tennis Championships. (Forfulldetailssee page50)
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A fascinating afternoon in prospect with the remaining players scrambling for places in the quarter-finals. Desmond Lynam introduces the live action from the All England
Club, and keeps you up-to-date with today's results.
Commentary by Dan Maskell , John Barrett , Ann Jones and Virginia Wade.
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Tyrannosaurus Rex , tyrant lizard king of all dinosaurs, lived and died out 65 million years ago. Since its discovery in the American west early this century, the film industry has made T-Rex a box office sensation and generations of children have worshipped it in the world's museums of natural history. T-Rex's fearsome reputation was based on a few incomplete remains - until summer 1990.
In the badlands of Montana, a team of paleontologists from the Museum of the Rockies excavated an almost complete skeleton. As the 40-foot carnivorous beast emerges from the stream bed where it died, scientists use a battery of techniques from 3-D imaging to the way an emu runs, hoping to discover the real life of the greatest land predator ever known. Producer Mark J Davis
Series editor Jana Bennett
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First showing on network television.
Sigoumey Weaver Michael Caine
Dr Lauren Slaughter , a beautiful and highly intelligent academic, decides to augment her meagre earnings by taking a job in the escort business.
But she unwittingly becomes involved in a plot to discredit and murder Lord Bulbeck, one of her 'clients'.
Screenplay Bob Swaim and Edward Behr Based on Paul Theroux 's novel Dr Slaughter
Director Bob Swaim
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Dr Lauren Slaughter:
Out of Scotland the best of music and arts from all sides of the border. Tonight, homeless men from
Edinburgh's Grassmarket take a play based on their own experiences to east Berlin, as a warning of the downside of capitalism. Plus Liz Rideal , a painter who has recently reinvented the photobooth, and 'Out of Order' an exhibition of sculpture that will certainly grab you by the scruff of the neck. Presented by Richard Jobson. Producer May Miller
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