Data Models and Databases
Football in Britain's industrial cities, 1930-34. (B/w.Rpt)
Slow March down the Aisle
Women's expectations of married life in the forces. 0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
With Philippa Forrester and Toby Anstis. ● STEREO
Defenders of the Earth
Magnetic football and "stained glass window biscuits". ●STEREO
More contestants go through the obstacle course. ●STEREO
Music news, including Cathy Dennis and her new single, plus the O Zone video vote.
First showing on network television, starring Hedy Lamarr
After a failed suicide attempt, a glamorous magazine art director decides to begin a new, more humble existence.
Director Robert Stevenson
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Dr David Cousins:
Austria's capital, Vienna. (Rpt;
Another edition of the American entertainment magazine.
The latest on British progress in the cross-country stage of the three-day event.
Plus updates on the tennis, shooting, badminton and boxing, and news of the British men's gymnastics team.
Further coverage. ●STEREO
2.00pm News and Weather
Coverage continues, with Tony Lewis , Richie Benaud ,
Ray Illingworth and Jack Bannister. Television presentation Mike Adley Executive producer Keith Mackenzie ●STEREO
3.00pm News and Weather
and Regional News; Weather
With Andi Peters.
Fantasy animation series. * STEREO
Children's nine-part comedy series starring Bernie Clifton. 3: Farrow finds a loophole and Bernie proves he's no dummy. Written by Tony Hare
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Six-part adaptation of E Nesbit's classic story.
The children discover that being rich can be just as difficult as being beautiful. Dramatised by Helen Cresswell
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Presented by Desmond Lynam from Barcelona.
Featuring the men's 200m breaststroke final (due to start at 5.55pm), in which Britain's Nick Gillingham , the European Champion and the 1988 Olympic silver medallist is aiming for gold. His main rival is America's Mike Barrowman , the only man ever to have swum faster than him. Plus, the women's 100m breaststroke final and Matt Biondi in the men's 4 x 100m freestyle relay. With Hamilton Bland,
Andy Jameson and Helen Rollason.
The riding final brings this gruelling five-discipline event to an end. Britain last won gold in 1976 when Adrian Parker , Jeremy Fox and Danny Nightingale beat the Czechs by 109 points, and the Soviets were disqualified for cheating. In Seoul, the British trio came third - can they do better today? With Julian Tutt.
Britain's cyclists have returned empty-handed from the last three Olympics. Today,
Chris Boardman will be hoping to end the blight in the men's individual pursuit final.
Commentary by Hugh Porter.
Plus news of the boxing, tennis and the third day of yachting.
More from the quarter-finals. • STEREO
2: Land of the Indians. From the treacherous court of Spain, our hapless hero sets out across the Sea of Darkness. Will he find Chipangu - or Japan? And what of its ruler, the Great Khan - Emperor of China? (Part 3 tomorrow at 8.10pm)
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Documentaries exploring aspects of American life.
Sinking City. Many ingredients of life in Philadelphia, the USA's fifth largest city, are the same as those in Los Angeles before the April "flare-up". The city is almost bankrupt. Social
Services have suffered massive cuts and vainly battle with drugs, homelessness and modern city chaos. While Republican and Quaker
Thacher Longstreth attends the victory parade for Gulf War "heroes", ignored black veteran James Speller recalls his last two homeless years, and Barbara Smith campaigns in one of the city's worst drug areas to drive out the dealers.
Director Russell England
Executive producer Paul Watson
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Manfred Karge's one-woman play starring Tilda Swinton
A compelling, sometimes shocking film about a German woman who takes on her husband's identity after his death, and spends the next 40 years impersonating him. Tilda Swinton 's virtuoso performance takes us from 1920s Germany through the horrors of serving in Nazi uniform to bitter old age.
A Basilisk production for BBCtv
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Short films by graduates from film schools in the UK and abroad. Bossanova Blues
Three Irish misfits come together and plan to cheat their way to Brazil. With Jim Corry ,
Justin Chadwick , Alison McKenna and James McKenna. Producer Bernd Luebke
Writer/Director Kieron J Walsh
A Royal College of Art production
Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
Highlights of today's play. • STEREO