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: World Athletics Championships

Live coverage from Athens of the early events on day five. Britain's
Jonathan Edwards begins the defence of his world triple-jumptitle in the qualifying round.
Also taking place this morning are the first rounds in the men's and women's 200m and the first round of the women's
5,000m. featuring Britain's
Paula Radcliffe. With commentary by David Coleman , Stuart Storey , Paul Dickenson , Brendan Foster , Christina Boxer and Dave Moorcroft.

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Edwards
Unknown: Paula Radcliffe.
Commentary By: David Coleman
Commentary By: Stuart Storey
Commentary By: Paul Dickenson
Commentary By: Brendan Foster
Commentary By: Christina Boxer
Commentary By: Dave Moorcroft.

: Smart

9.40 Art series with tips and advice. Today, how to make a spray gun.
Repeat Stereo Subtitled ................

: Peter Pan and the Pirates

Animated adventures based on JM Barrie's novel Peter and Wendy, oneofthesequelsto
Peter Pan. Repeat Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Pan.

: Fireman Sam

Animation. Norman fishes for chocolate-cream eclairs.
Repeat

Contributors

Unknown: Animation. Norman

: Bump

Animation. The clumsy elephant manages to bump into atree.
Repeat

: Teletubbies: Mum's Keyboard

The Teletubbies watch two boys play some music on their mother's keyboard. Repeated tomorrow at 7.30am
Repeat

: Harry and the Hendersons

Sarah Spills the Bigfoot Beans. Is Sarah's boyfriend prepared to encounterthe Hendersons' big, hairy secret?
Repeat Stereo Subtitled ................

: Moon over Miami

Small Packages. Walter and Gwen are left holding the baby at Christmas when a mother goes on the run from a murder
Charge. Repeat Stereo Subtitled ..

: It's a Living: I'm Paul, He's Trevor, and We're Dwarfs

Two circus dwarfs talk about their work.

: The World of Wine

A look at Portugal 'sfortified wines and wines from Madeira. Repeat Stereo.

: Glynn Christian Tastes Royal Thailand

Cookery from Thailand. Today curries incorporating pork and green beans, beef, prawns, chicken and duck.

: Blockbusters

Wordgame. Stereo ...................

: The Natural World Classics

Atlantic Realm: Into the Abyss. The last of three films aboutthe Atlantic goes beneath the surface of this ocean, which is two miles deep on average, perpetually dark, freezing cold and conceals many strange creatures. These denizens of the deep are now being observed from high-tech submarines. Repeat Stereo .

: News

Subtitled
Regional News and Weather

: One Lump or Two?

Glynn Christian looks at the colonial tradition of taking afternoon tea.
Repeat

Contributors

Unknown: Glynn Christian

: Lifetimes in a Day

John Brown. A portrait of a man who gave up his computer careerto become a fisherman. Repeat Stereo............

Contributors

Unknown: John Brown.

: World Athletics Championships

Coverage of the fifth evening of action in Athens. Britain will be hoping that 1993 champion Colin Jackson and 1995 silver medallist Tony Jarrett will make it to tonight's 110m hurdles semi-finals and then reach the final. Another world champion from Stuttgart, Sally Gunnell, will be aiming to reach the women's 400m hurdles final. Steve Smith, who won bronze at the Olympics, will be a British medal hope in the high jump.
In the 3,000m steeplechase, Kenya's Moses Kiptanui seeks his fourth consecutive world title, while in the 10,000m Morocco's Salah Hissou hopes to benefit from the absence of Ethiopian champion Haile Gebrselassie, who objects to the running surface. Tonight also sees the men's 1500m final, won in the past three championships by Algeria's Noureddine Morceli.
Including at 4.00 men's 110m hurdles semi-finals, 4.10 men's high-jump final, 4.20 women's 200m second round, 4.45 men's 200m second round, 5.10 men's 800m semi-finals, 5.30 men's 3,000m steeplechase final, 5.50 women's 400m hurdles semi-finals, 6.15 men's 1500m final, 6.35 men's 10,000m final and at 7.15 the decathlon ends.
Followed by the day's highlights.
Commentary from David Coleman, Stuart Storey, Paul Dickenson, Brendan Foster, Christina Boxer and Dave Moorcroft.
(Stereo)

Contributors

Unknown: Colin Jackson
Unknown: Sally Gunnell
Unknown: Moses Kiptanui
Unknown: Salah Hissou
Unknown: Haile Gebrselassie
Unknown: David Coleman
Unknown: Stuart Storey
Unknown: Paul Dickenson
Unknown: Brendan Foster
Unknown: Christina Boxer

: One Foot in the Past

Tonight Avengers star Patrick Macnee returns to his childhood haunt, the seaside town of Bosham in West Sussex, where King Canute vainly ordered back the waves. KirstyWark reports on plans to move a historic pub in the centre of Manchester to a new location brick by brick.
Alexander Stoddart appeals for more monuments to be built in honourof great men and women. See today's choices. Series editor Basil Comely
WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/onefoot
FACTSH EET: send an sae to [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Patrick MacNee
Unknown: Alexander Stoddart

: Wildlife Showcase

Kea, the Mischievous Mountain Parrot
Not all parrots live inthe rainforest-the kea is found in the snow-covered southern mountains of New Zealand. The birds have been known to attack sheep and are unpopularwith farmers, who threaten their food supply by burning off bracken and have introduced stoats to prey on their chicks. The keas, in turn, empty rubbish bins and tearthe trims from skiers'cars.
Yet in essence they are simply rather mischievous creatures, striving to survive in a changing world. Narrated by Barry Paine. Series producer Paul Appleby
Repeat Stereo Subtitled ...........

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Paine.
Producer: Paul Appleby

: The Leaving of Liverpool

Concluding the two-part drama about two orphans transported to Australia in the fifties.
Lily leaves Ashwood and slaves as a domestic worker. After being sacked, she is determined to find Bert and tramps to St
Bede's, where she is reunited with a now dispirited and physically-scarred boy.
Episode written by Sue Smith For cast see Tuesday Repeat Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Sue Smith

: Newsnight

With Gavin Esler.

Contributors

Unknown: Gavin Esler.

: GaytimeTV

Rhona Cameron and Richard
Fairbrass hostthe last in the series of the lesbian and gay entertainment show. This week's guests are Stephen Fry , talking about his role in the new film Wilde, and Sian Phillips , singing a numberfrom the West-End musical Marlene.
Executive producer Neil Crombie Series editor Frances Dickenson
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Unknown: Rhona Cameron
Unknown: Stephen Fry
Unknown: Sian Phillips
Producer: Neil Crombie
Editor: Frances Dickenson

: Platypus Man

US comedy series starring
Richard Jeni as a television chef.
9½ Days. Richard recalls his brief but passionate affair with a schoolteacher. Paige tries to stop her parents from moving to New York.

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Jeni

: The Learning Zone OPEN UNIVERSITY

12.30 The Chemistry of Survival
1.00 TheChemistryofPower
1.30 The Chemistryof Life and Death Rpt Stereo
SUMMER NIGHTS
2.00 Fitfor Summer Collections
Sporting Chance
LANGUAGES
4.00 A Vous La France 10-13; French on a Plate Provence;
Bon Mot The Traveller and the Shoes
OPEN UNIVERSITY
6.00 Brain and Behaviour
Stress Rpt 9297723 6.25 Missing the Meaning? Rpt
4047020 6.50-7.15am Atlantic
Salmon Scaling the Salt Barrier
LEARNING ZONE GUIDE: (0181)








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