5.20 Poetry and Landscape
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Learning about Leadership
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America at the End of the 20th Century The series continues with a glimpse into everyday working lives on Capitol Hill by following two members of the House of Representatives through a hectic week in Washington DC. ....................... WEB SITE: www.open.ac.uk/sunday/
Continuing the series looking at some outstanding achievements in science and technology. Today, the discovery of the laser by Thomas Malmann in 1960. The programme explains the laser's creation and examines its rapid development.
8.30 A weekly quest to find the greatest cartoon of all time. Presented by Paul Burnham.
Fantasy animation about Quasimodo and his friends, set in Paris
This week's guests include Shane Ammann , who plays Curtis in Home and Away, How 2 presenter Gareth Jones and Irish pop group OTT. There's a visit to Edinburgh to see Britain's biggest mobile fashion show and in Snapshot singer and former Take That member Mark Owen talks about his favourite foods. Plus cartoon fun with The Mask, Pingu and Highlander. Presented by Sarah Vandenbergh, Grant Stott and Paul Brophy. Producer Ed Gray; Series producer Martyn Day
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Introduced by Desmond Lynam and Steve Rider.
12.05, 1.25 World Athletics Championships
Highlights of this morning's events.
12.25, 3.00 Motorsport
Live action from rounds 15 and 16 of the Touring Car championship, taking place at Knockhill. Switzerland's Alain Menu, the dominant figure in this year's championship, is closing in on his first title. With commentary by Murray Walker.
1.50 Three-Day Eventing Coverage of the British Open championship from Gatcombe Park.
William Fox-Pitt has been the rider to beat recently, as he has won for the past two years on Hackett's Chaka. With commentary by Michael Tucker, Lorna Clarke, Lucinda Green and Clare Balding.
3.50 World Athletics Championships
This afternoon's live coverage from Athens includes at 4.00 the men's 400m second round, in which Iwan Thomas, Mark Richardson and Jamie Baulch are expected to carry British hopes. At 4.25 it's the women's 100m semi-finals, 4.45 men's 100m semi-finals, 5.05 women's 400m semi-finals, 5.20 men's 1500m first round and at 6.45 the women's 1500m semi-finals, where Kelly Holmes will be looking to reach the final. Coverage continues on BBC1 with both 100m finals. TV presentation (motorsport) Jim Reside and Malcolm Kemp.
12.00-3.50 (not PDC)
3.50-7.10 (not PDC)
A three-part series that explores the growing tensions between
Muslims and the different populations living with them in Europe, Russia and America.
The Making of a Martyr. This first programme charts the story of young Algerian immigrant
Khaled Kelkal , who was accused of planting bombs in France and was later shot dead by French police. His death was claimed as a victory against Islamic terrorism, butformanyyoung Muslims Kelkal became a martyr. As the right-wing National Front continues to grow in strength, this film reveals the disturbingdivisions that are emerging in French society. See today's choices. Producer Phil Rees ; Editor Keith Bowers
More action from Athens, including the first round of the men's 10,000m. Coverage also of the semi-finals of the men's
400m hurdles, and a look back at this evening's highlights including the finals of the men's and women's 100m and the first dayofthe heptathlon.
Commentary by David Coleman , Stuart Storey , Paul Dickenson ,
Brendan Foster , Christina Boxer and Dave Moorcroft.
Coming from Nowhere
London band Bush seem to have it all. Their million-selling albums have made them superstars. Last year they played to more people in America than any other band and they have sold 12 million records - easily outstripping Oasis in the US charts. But there is one thing that they still want- success at home.
This film follows Bush on tour in Britain and in America to uncover the secret of their US success and looks attheir struggle for recognition in the UK. Last inthe present series. Director David Stewart ; Series editor
The cult-movie season continues with a double bill about urban warfare, introduced by Mark Cousins.
Action drama. At a supposedly weapon-free conference of New York gangs, the leader of the "Riffs" is shot dead - a murder which is wrongly blamed on the "Warriors", who then face a perilous journey home with rival gangs hot on their trail. Showing in widescreen format.
DirectorWalterHill (1979, 18)
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Film premiere La Haine
Drama. The day after a bloody riot in a run-down
Parisian housing estate, three youths, waiting for news of a friend injured in police custody, become involved in a series of sometimes humorous, sometimes edgy confrontations. Winner of the Best Director's Prize at the Cannes Film Festival in 1995. In French with English subtitles.
Director Mathieu Kassovitz (1995, 15)
Black and white
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Followed by Weatherview
Inspector Notre Dame:
Man in lavatory:
2.00 Fit for Summer Essentials: beginning a week of programmes on health and fitness.
4.00 A Vous La France 1 and 2 Beginners' French; French on a Plate Lyon and Savoie
Business and Work
5.00 The Small Business Programme; Twenty Steps to Better Management - the Drama
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6.00 Putting Training to Work
Britain and Germany
6.25 Open Advice The Three Degrees
6.50-7.15am Windows on the Mind: Children's Drawings
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