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A report on yesterday's proceedings in both Houses of Parliament.
Highlights of play on the fourth day of Britain's premier lawn tennis tournament.
Melodrama starring Joan Crawford
When a beautiful crook has an operation to save her sight she falls in love with her doctor. But their happiness is threatened by her jealous boyfriend and the FBI who are hot on her trail.
Director Felix Feist (1952)
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Dr Ben Halleck:
A preview of the weekend's OU programmes.
Animation. Penny and Dennis foil an attempt to steal the crown jewels.
Ruff and his bicycle prove to be a danger to everyone in the neighbourhood.
Coverage of day five of the Lawn Tennis Championships live from the All England Club. Presented by Desmond Lynam and Barry Davies with commentary from John Barrett , Mark Cox ,
Bill Threlfall , David Mercer , Paul Hutchins , John Alexander and Julian Tutt.
Executive producer Martin Hopkins EditorJohnRowlinson
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As coverage of Wimbledon is live, subsequent programmes may run late.
Geoff Hamilton and Liz Rigbey report on the beauty and diversity of bamboos cultivated in Norfolk, an Olympic-size floral bedding scheme in Manchester and a wealth of design ideas in Surrey.
Series producer Laurence Vulliamy Executive producer Tony Laryea
A Catalyst TV production for BBCtv
BBC BOOK: Gardeners' World Practical Gardening Course. £25 from booksellers.
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Another chance to see the first series (from 1984) of the show that launched Mel Smith and Griff Rhys Jones in their post-Not the Nine O 'Clock News careers. The "right to know" team look into orange-juice cartons and discover divorce, pornography, bran and two donkeys.
With Annabel Leventon , Annette Lynton , Vanessa Knox-Mawer ,
Raymond Mason , Ken Morley , Hugh Thomas and Geoff Capes. Producer/Director Martin Shardlow
Kirsty Wark spotlights people and places at the heart of Britain's heritage.
This week: Number 7 Blythe Grove - the suburban semi that time forgot, now rescued by the National Trust; how history has buried Britain's unsavoury role in the slave trade; and the fashions and fascinations of the nation's ruins.
Series producer Sally Angel
Executive producer Roland Keating
The comic antidote to Question Time returns to answer all the questions you've ever asked plus some you'd never thought of. Jimmy Mulville presides. Each week regular panel member Tony Hawks is joined by three guests to answer questions hurled at them by the studio audience, viewers at home and strategically planted celebrity guests. This week,
Neil Kinnock has a challenge for the panel.
Director John F D Northover Producer Dan Patterson
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Including former Jane's
Addiction lead singer
Perry Farrell with his new band Porno for Pyros, in their debut appearance on British television, reggae legends Black Uhuru, Midnight Oil from Australia, and soul singer Oleta Adams.
The Everly Brothers: Songs of Innocence and Experience
Cathy's Clown, Bye Bye Love, Wake Up Little Susie - the Everlys' hits are an instant evocation of youth for a whole generation. This series of classic rock documentaries continues with a 1984 Arena profile in which the brothers, reunited after many years of bitter estrangement, retrace their journey from guitar picking in Kentucky with Mose Regur to Tennessee, where their early hits were penned by Felice and Boudleaux Bryant. The film also meets their producer, Chet Atkins , who was the architect of the Nashville sound, and follows their career from its heyday in the 50s to the present day. Director Anthony Wall Producer Alan Yentob