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7.00 Brazil - Out of Development?
The series in which people behind bright business ideas chatwith presenter Peter Curran in the world's first internet cafe.
This week's guests are Dave Allen and Matthew Kingdon whose company advises on ideas for bringing innovation and inspiration to the workplace.
A series offering a practical guide to the treatment of accidents and emergencies at home. Today, whatto do when someone chokes. Repeat Stereo.
Classic cartoons, with Tony Robinson. Repeat
Fantasy animation. stereo ....
This week's guests include Bernard Curry , who plays Luke in Neighbours, girl band Eternal and weatherman Fred Talbot. In
Fun, Fun, Fun Gail Portertries indoor rock climbing, and the Smedleys wreak more havoc. Plus cartoon fun and adventure with The Mask, Dennis the Menace and Pingu. Presented by Sarah Vandenbergh and Grant Stott , with Moragthe cow. Producer Ed Gray: Series producer Martyn Day
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Homer achieves fame as a baseball team mascot.
Shown last Monday.
The first section of today's two-part programme.
Introduced by Steve Rider.
Motor Sport Live coverage of round seven of the British Touring Car championship from Brands Hatch. Commentary by Murray Walker and Charlie Cox. Round eight can be seen live at 3.30pm during the second part of Sunday Grandstand.
Political news forthe south east.
Presented by Jon Sopel.
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Further sports coverage introduced by Steve Rider at Brands Hatch and Sue Barker.
1.50,2.25,2.55 Racing From Newbury, featuring races at 2.00, 2.30 and 3.00. Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan ,
Jim McGrath , Jimmy Lindley and Willie Carson.
2.10,2.40,3.10,4.40 Cricket Sunday League action from Essex v Durham at Chelmsford. Commentary by Jonathan Agnew , Jack Bannister , Geoffrey Boycott and Dermot Reeve.
3.30 Motor Sport Live coverage of round eight of the British Touring Car championshipfrom Brands Hatch.
4.20 Motorcycling Highlights of races five and six in this season's British
Snetterton. Commentary by Barry Nutley.
6.20 News Roundup
TV presentation: Malcolm Kemp , Jim Reside (motor sport): Mark Wilkin (cricket)
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A series about the natural history of North America.
The First and Last Frontier
For thousands of years the Indians and the Eskimos of Alaska depended on nature - hunting caribou, salmon, whales and walrus and sharing the bounty with brown bears, bald eagles and killerwhales.
Wildlife lured white hunters who came forthe pelts of sea otters and fur seals, and for whale and walrus blubber. Now oil is being drilled ― will today's Americans protect theirlast great wilderness? Narrated byAlanEreira.
Producer Paul Reddish
Series producer Peter Crawford
Alliances. After another Kazon attack severely damages
Voyager, Chakotay appeals to Janeway to consider forming a strategic alliance with the enemy. Stereo
Star Trek: the Next Generation Wed at 6pm
A series of arts documentaries.
Afilm by Jean-Jacques Beineix , director of Diva, thatfollows the extraordinary story of Jean-Dominique Bauby , former editor-in-chief of French Elle.
He suffered a stroke in December 1995 which left him almost totally paralysed but completely mentally alert.
In an incredible demonstration of determination, he dictated, by blinking his left eye, an account of his paralysis. Published just four days before Bauby's death earlier this year, The Diving Bell and the Butterfly became an instant bestseller in France.
Series editor Michael Poole
Does Britain's image abroad need a rethink? Accordingto many exporters the country's international "brand name" is trapped in the past. Nils Blythe reports on controversial proposals to give "new Britain" afresh look. Presented by Donald MacCormick.
Editor Diarmuid Jeffreys
NOTE: as The Money Programme is topical and likely to react to events in the news, its subject matter may change.
Director Alex Cox selects a scene from King Kong.
A three-part series charting the story of gay life in Britain since
1918 through the intimate tales of gay men and lesbians.
Age of Innocence. This first episode starts inthe inter-war years when public awareness of homosexuality barely existed. Interviewees include a friend of the celebrated twenties lesbian writer Radclyffe Hall and a wartime drag artist from
London's East End, while a former pilot, a naval officer and a nurse describe the excitement and costs of forbidden love during the Second World War. Executive producerjanet Root Series producer Ian MacMillan
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Romantic drama starring Audrey Hepburn, George Peppard
A young writer finds himself falling for his volatile and extravagant neighbour. But she hopes to marry a millionaire.
See Films: pp 48-55 *****
O J Berman:
RandR. The exhausted 58th are given 48 hours' rest on Bacchus, a space vessel where anything goes. Featuring David Duchovny of The X Files.
For cast see Friday at 11.15pm
Science fiction. An idealistic scientist makes contact with carrot-shaped visitors from Venus.
Director Roger Corman (1956, PG)
Black and white
♦ See Films: pages 48-55 *
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2.00 Race: Portrayal LANGUAGES
4.00 Japanese Language and People land 2
BUSINESS AND WORK
5.00 The Small Business
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