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The series in which people behind bright business ideas chatwith presenter Peter Curran in the world's first internet café.
This week how British superbikes are overtaking the Japanese, plusguest, designer Mike Hemingway. ......... INTERNET: http://www.bbc.co.uk/businesscafe/
The series about home computing, with Charles Golding. Today, Susan Workman talks about how she made her home her
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Classic cartoons, with TonyRobinson. Repeat
It's national pet week and today's guests include Shauna Lowry of BBC TV's Animal Hospital, Otisthe aardvark, Oscarthe hypno dog, and psychic John Sutton with hisdog Grumbles. In the Fun Fun Fun slot about leisure and alternative sports Gail Porter tries snowboarding and there's a lesson in palmistry. Presented by Sarah Vandenbergh and Grant Stott. with Morag the speaking cow.
Producer Justin C Adams ; Series producer
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Omnibus edition of last week's episodes. Three Men and a Comic Book. Bart tries to raise money to buy a rare comic.
Blood Feud. HomervolunteersBartto donate blood to save Mr Burns.
A look at political events as they affect the South East. Presented by Jon Sopel.
Introduced by Sue Barker.
1.35 Basketball Action from the League play-off semi-finals at Wembley Arena. Commentary by Stuart Storey.
2.00 World Snooker Live coverage from the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, of the first four frames in the best of 35 frames final.
Commentary by Clive Everton , Ray Edmonds , John Spencer. Dennis Taylor and John Virgo. ♦ See Sport: page 37
Followed by Motorcycling Highlights of rounds three and four of the British
Superbike championship from Oulton Park, Cheshire. With Barry Nutley.
Followed by World Snooker Live coverage of frames five to nine. Coverage of the final continues at 7.25pm.
Producer Martin Hopkins
Highlights from the last scheduled fixtures of this season's League programme. Plus a look ahead to next weekend's Pilkington Cup final, British Lions team manager Fran Cotton offers an insight into the forthcoming tour, and the Try of the Season competition. Introduced by John Inverdale.
Editor Gerard Lane Stereo
Continuing the series about the natural history of North America. Into the Shining Mountains Soaring majestically into the skies, the Rocky Mountains form the spine of the North
American continent - a "great divide" that separates east from west and provides a daunting obstacle in the way of trade routes to the Pacific.
The first explorers -
McKenzie, Lewis and Clark, Jedediah Smith - found themselves in the realm of mountain lion, grizzly bear, agile goats and bighorn sheep.
Though the prospect of gold and silver caused these mountain men to plunderthe wildlife and mineral wealth of the American
Indians' "shining mountains", it also led them to discover what is now one of the nation's greatest treasures: Yellowstone National
Park. Narrated by Alan Ereira. Producer Ned Kelly
Series producer PeterCrawford
The Co-op is one of Britain's most unusual institutions.
Founded in the mid-19th century to improve living conditions for the working man, it is now under threat from the capitalist system it has fought so long to resist. A controversial bid to take the movement over and to focus on profits has highlighted the Co-op's long-term vulnerability. So what does the future hold for the institution? Introduced by Donald MacCormick.
Editor Diarmuid Jeffreys
NOTE: as The Money Programme is topical and likely to react to events inthe news. its subject matter may change
Live coverage of frames nine to 16 of the World Professional championship from the Crucible in Sheffield. From an original entry of 425 players the field has been whittled down overthe past two weeks to the remaining pair. They now continue to battle it out in this. the final session of the first day of the two-day final, with their sights firmly set on the world crown and the winner's cheque of £210,000.
Introduced by David Vine.
Romantic mystery, first of tonight's double bill in the Alfred Hitchcock season.
Starring Cary Grant Grace Kelly
Retiredjewel thief John Robie is leading a luxurious life on the French Riviera. But he comes under suspicion after a series of jewel thefts in the area -usingexactly the same methods he used to employ.
Robie's only choice isto prove his innocence by catching the copycat burglar himself. (1955 PG)
The Hitchcock season offilms continues with Secret Agent at 12.25am
♦ See Films: pages 46-54 ***
Continuingthe series in which famous people discuss favourite moments from the films of Alfred Hitchcock. In tonight's programme, the director Hal Hartley talks about the thriller Notorious.
Spythriller, concluding tonight's double bill in the Alfred Hitchcock season.
Starring John Gielgud Madeleine Carroll
1916: war hero and famed novelist Edgar Brodie changes his name to Richard Ashenden and becomes an espionage agentto locate and terminate an enemy spy in Switzerland. (1936. U) Black and white .......
The Hitchcock season continues with Young and Innocent tomorrow at 10.45am ♦ See Films: pages 46―54 ****
Followed by Weatherview
Edgar Brodie/Richard Ashenden:
2.00 Teamworking; Leadership
4.00 Italianissimo 13-16
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5.00 The Small Business
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