This week's guests include Dr David Bull , with advice on teenage problems, and singer Gina G. Plus the outdoor activity game Buried Treasure, mayhem with the Smedleys, and cartoons with Dennis the Menace, Pingu and Eek! The Cat. With Sarah Vandenbergh and Grant Stott. ProducerDiane MacLean: Series producer
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Jayne Middlemiss reports from behind the scenes of this year's Eurovision Song Contest. The show includes interviews with UK winners Katrina and the Waves, Cheryl Baker, Terry Wogan, Brotherhood of Man and Johnny Logan.
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Introduced by Sue Barker.
1.05,3.50 Rowing Highlights from finals day in the World Cup in Munich, where British Olympic heroes Steve Redgrave and Matthew Pinsent compete for the first time with their new coxless fours partners Tim Foster and James Cracknell at
1.15pm. Commentary by Gerald Sinstadt.
1.25,4.05 Tennis Cove rage of the French Open from Paris, where the line-up for the last 16 in both the men's and women's singles should be decided today. Britain's Tim Henman will be hoping to figure in the fourth round, although clay is not his best surface. Commentary by John Barrett , Bill Threlfall and Virginia Wade.
2.20,4.45 Cricket Sunday League action from Leicestershire v Lancashire. These two teams took three of the four domestic trophies last season - Leicestershire were county champions and Lancashire won both the one-day cups. Commentary by Jonathan Agnew, Jack Bannister, Geoffrey Boycott and Dermot Reeve.
2.50 Racing Live coverage from Chantilly of the French Derby, under starter's orders at 3.20pm. The race was won last year by the French horse Ragmar.
Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan, Jim McGrath, Julian Wilson and Willie Carson.
6.20-6.30pm News Roundup
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Last in the series about the natural history of North America. Searching for Paradise California was once a sun-drenched paradise that long ago had been discovered and settled by Indian tribes. The Spanish missions and the gold swept aside this ancient world. Manywild landscapes vanished and even the grizzly bear, the state emblem, became extinct in California 50 years ago. Narrated by Alan Ereira. Series producer Peter Crawford
Michael Grade was the first television executive to become as famous as the stars of his programmes. Following his resignation from Channel 4, Grade leaves television after a controversial career. He's been responsible for some of TV's biggest hits and others that received a critical mauling.
Grade talks to Mark Lawson about his childhood in a family of Ukrainian immigrants, the highs and lows of his career with the BBC, ITV and Channel 4, and the reasons for his resignation. With contributions from collaborators and rivals, including Lord Lew Grade, Bob Geldof, Jeremy Isaacs, Alan Bennett, Bill Cotton and Bruce Forsyth.
Producer Mary Downes ; Series editor Michael Poole
Last of a three-part series charting the story of gay life in Britain since 1918.
Coming Out. Gay men and lesbians recall the seventies, eighties and nineties, Gay
Liberation politics and protests against clause 28 of the Local Government Bill, which barred local authorities from
They speak of the growing public acceptance of homosexual love, and of how the gay community rallied togetherto confront Aids. Executive producer Jane Root Series producer Ian MacMillan
' Drama, continuingthe Screen Two series, starring Reece Dinsdale
Four young police officers are sent undercoverto infiltrate a gang of hooligans linked to a London football club, but only total commitment will gain the officers the acceptance they need to do theirjob. Showing in widescreen format.
Director Philip Davis (1994.18)
♦ See Films: pages 52-60 ****
Crime drama. 1932: young John Dillinger and his girlfriend Elaine are eager to marry-and she suggests robbing her father's business for cash. Dillingerthen goes on crime spree that makes him one of America's most wanted men.
Director Terry Morse (1965)
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* See Films: pages 52-60
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