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Databases in the Car Industry 6766278 7.30 Education from
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6133891 8.45 Open Forum
With Philippa Forrester. stereo
Cartoon fun. Rpt
The second series from a story byJoanEadington.
Written by Valerie Georgeson
Another episode from the second series, originally shown in 1979. Written by Margaret Simpson Rpt
Fast-moving music magazine.
South East political review.
Discussion and reports of the week's main political news.
Analysis of the week's political events, presented by Jonathan Dimbleby.
Introduced by Desmond Lynam.
Live coverage of the men's singles final and mixed doubles final of the All England Lawn Tennis Championships.
Last year, Andre Agassi won a thrilling five-set final to give the United States their first men's Wimbledon singles champion since 1984. This year, the USA's hopes were pinned on the world's top ranked pair
Pete Sampras and Jim Courier. With commentary by John Barrett , David Mercer , Barry Davies , Bill Threlfall ,
John Alexander , Julian Tutt , Mark Cox , Paul Hutchins , Virginia Wade and Ann Jones.
French Grand Prix
News of this afternoon's race shown live at 12.45pm on BBC1. Producer Martin Hopkins Editor John Rowlinson
Including coverage of the men's singles final and the mixed doubles final in the All England Lawn Tennis Championships from Wimbledon.
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Highlights of this afternoon's race from Magny Cours.
Followed by a tribute to the former world champion and BBC commentator James Hunt, who died last month.
First in an eight-part documentary series that brings to life the story of the oil industry - how it has dominated global politics, shaken the world economy and affected all our lives.
Our Plan. Wildcatters first struck oil not in the sand of the Middle East but the hills of west Pennsylvania, and tonight's programme tells how the world's biggest business developed almost overnight. Oil made John D Rockefeller the first billionaire ever, but the empire he created was brought down by the campaigning journalism of Ida Tarbell , America's first woman investigative reporter. Producers/Directors William Cran and Stephanie Tepper
An In Vision/Majestic Films production for BBCtv
Alex Cox introduces the first of a double-bill of cult movies.
Invasion of the Body Snatchers
Public Health Inspector
Matthew Bennell becomes aware of a strange epidemic sweeping San Francisco - people all over the city are convinced that identical alien creatures are replacing the population. A remake of the 1950s classic. Moviedrome continues at 12.50am with Romance of a Horse Thief.
Director Philip Kaufman (1978)
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Dr David Kibner:
First of three new dramatised encounters in which writers are given the freedom to imagine confrontations between famous figures from the past. Tonight marks the play-writing debut of actor Jack Shepherd. In Lambeth
All is peaceful in the garden of William Blake - a sanctuary from the stirrings of revolution on the streets. The arrival of an unexpected visitor,
Thomas Paine , provokes an impassioned debate between the visionary artist and the political activist.
Producer Norman McCandlish
Director Sebastian Graham-Jones
Alex Cox introduces the second of tonight's cult movies.
Romance of a Horse Thief
Comedy adventure starring
YulBrynner Eli Wallach Poland 1904: a troop of Cossacks is posted to a small border town to stop all the horse stealing and dealing.
Director Abraham Polonsky (1971)
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