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British Motorcycle Grand Prix at Donington Park.
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...But First This
With Philippa Forrester and Toby Anstis. ● STEREO
Play bucket cricket and make potato prints. ● STEREO
The Why Bird Stop. ● STEREO
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Lassie plays with a squirrel.
First showing on network television for this film starring Joan Crawford
All Janie Barlow wants to do is dance, and Park Avenue playboy Tod Newton is determined that she'll get her chance - providing that he is allowed to get his.
Director Robert Z Leonard
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Introduced by Steve Rider.
A look back at last night's six men's apparatus finals. Plus news of all of this morning's action in Barcelona.
Eamonn Holmes spends a long weekend in Amsterdam.
Followed by Northern Arts
Shepherd Jim Hutton 's
Northumbrian music pipes.
August. With Dennis Cornish.
Huw Edwards presents the annual Welsh culture display, live from Aberystwyth.
Commentary by Frank Lincoln.
One of the finest private collections of model ships.
With Andi Peters.
Australian six-part drama.
3: Tension mounts at Rachel's.
Written by Margaret Kelly
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Real life stories about children, told by children themselves. Radio Therapy. Life on the wards of Bristol Royal Hospital for Sick Children, from volunteer-run Radio Lollipop to pre-admission tours including rides on the operating trolley. ● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 CHILDREN: page 7
Joe's jealousy of Simon Hunter threatens his relationship with Melanie, while Glen proposes to Karen Constantine.
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6.10 Women's 400m semi-finals
6.30 Men's triplejump final
6.35 Men's 400m semi-finals
6.55 Women's 800m final
7.15 Men's 1 1 0m hurdles final
Britain's world-class sprint hurdlers Colin Jackson and Tony Jarrett should be challenging for medals tonight. Jackson picked up silver in Seoul andjarrett came third in the world championships last year. They will face stiff competition from the Americans, particularly Jack Pierce and Tony Dees.
Commentary by David Coleman , Paul Dickenson , Brendan Foster and Stuart Storey.
Eve Arnold, one of the world's leading photo-journalists, remembers photographing
Marilyn Monroe over the ten crucial years of her stardom and decline. Going back to the original contact sheets and colour material, Arnold tells of their friendship and what it was like as a woman to photograph Marilyn Monroe.
Producer Rosemary Bowen-Jones
Personal views on science, medicine and technology. What is consciousness? Daniel Dennett puts forward a controversial theory. He believes that there is no one element of the brain responsible for consciousness but that humans function like sophisticated complex computers learning by experience. Using a yacht, a room wallpapered with Marilyn Monroe photos, and the mechanics of making movies, Dr Dennett suggests that robots and computers can be conscious too.
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Caroline van den
First showing on network television for this real-life drama based on the book by Roxanne Pulitzer , about her marriage - and bitter divorce - to publishing heir Herbert Pulitzer.
Director Richard Collar
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Sketch show featuring Curtis and Ishmael and Collette Johnson. Director Terry Jervis
Producer Charlie Hanson
Presented by James Cox.
The American film critics' on-screen disagreements continue this week as they air their thoughts and feelings on more of the latest movie releases, including Man
Trouble, Death Becomes Her and Honey I Blew Up the Kids.
The extraordinary history of everyday objects.
False Teeth. A third of Britain's adults wear dentures. But in future, will adults be able to grow their own new sets of teeth - like sharks?
Producer Philippa Lowthorpe
Series producer Peter Grimsdale
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Urban Transport and Harlem