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Team Culture. Howard Stableford and Professor Charles Handy assess the pros and cons of working as a team in this first of four programmes exploring the changes in business practices as the new millennium approaches. Managers from a US company illustrate the importance of skills and personalities on a working team, while an English management-school group travel to Africa to explore team-playing abilities. WEB SITE: [web address removed]
The series filmed at Leeds General
Infirmary that explores various health issues features cardiology. Presented by Claire Rayner.
A weekly quest to find the greatest cartoon of all time. Presented by Paul Burnham.
Fantasy animation set in 15th-century
This week's guests include Steve Knight from Animal Hospital, Sally Gray from 50/50, and Ian Angus Wilkie and James Young, who star in the new children's comedy-drama Mr Wymie , which starts next Thursday on BBC1 at 4.20pm.
Music comes from rock band Savage Garden. Buried Treasure features weather forecaster Sian Lloyd, and there is cartoon fun with Eek! the Cat and Pingu. Plus competitions, comedy and the Smedleys. With Sarah Vandenbergh, Grant Stott, Paul Brophy and Julie Westwood. Producer Ed Gray ; Series producer Martyn Day
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Introduced by Sue Barker.
12.05 Football Brief highlights of Scotland's vital World Cup qualifying match at home to Belarus.
12.10 Rowing Coverage from the concluding stages of the World championships in Aiguebelette-le-Lac, France. In the coxiess-fours event, the British quartet of Steve Redgrave ,
Matthew Pinsent , Tim Foster and James Cracknell are favourites to take the gold medal, while there is also British interest in the coxless pairs. Commentary by Gerald Sinstadt and Gary Herbert.
12.45,3.30 Gymnastics Action from the World championships in Lausanne, Switzerland, where Ukrainian World champion Lilia Podkopayeva is tipped for gold. Great things are also expected of the US women's team after they won last year's Olympic gold medal in dramatic style. Commentary by Barry Davies , Mitch Fenner and Christine Still.
1.45,4.15 Cricket As the Sunday League season reaches its penuttimate weekend, action from one of the day's crucial clashes as the front-running teams aim to succeed Surrey as champions. Match commentary by Jack Bannister ,
Simon Hughes and Dermot Reeve.
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TV Presentation (cricket) Mark Wilkin Stereo
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Datinggame show from America, with Chris Hardwick and Jenny McCarthy.
Tuvix. Afreaktransporter accident occurs while Tuvok and Neelix are beaming back from a mission, causingthe pairto become a single, combined being. As the doctor tries to work out a way of separating their two identities, the new crew member takes on a personality of his own.
Star Trek: the Next Generation continues on Wednesday at 6pm
Captain Kathryn Janeway:
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In the Beginning. The mystery of how the universe began has been at the forefront of religious and scientific thinking for centuries. The idea that it all began from a tiny speck that exploded billions of years ago in a titanic fireball - or "Big Bang" - met with fierce opposition. Inthe second of six programmes, Professor
Stephen Hawking, who has made a significant contribution to the debate, tells the story of a gripping scientific quest that reached a dramatic climax when scientists in the US discovered cosmic background radiation, the afterglow of creation.
Series director PhilipMartin; Series producer David Rlkin
Would devolution for Scotland and Wales mean the beginning of the end of the United
Kingdom, or the start of a new relationship that ensures its survival? Gordon Brewer in Scotland, John Humphrys in Wales and Sue Cameron in England report on the economic and political issues behind the forthcoming referendums and the impact thatthey may have on the country as a whole.
Executive producer Daniel Brittain-Catlin
Rory Bremner presents the second of two programmes celebrating the world of cricket.
In a marquee across the road from Lord's, the venue for yesterday's NatWest Trophy final, he isjoined by special guests for a show featuring comical clips, sketches and-of course - a selection of impressions of personalities from the cricket world. With
Director JezHigham; Producers Pete Ward. Richard Wilson
The first of a western double bill to begin the Way
Out West season of films.
Starring John Wayne
A US Cavalry officer suffers a setback on his last mission and is "retired" before he can take further action. In orderto avert a full-scale Indian war, he decides to act on his own.
Director John Ford (1949, U)
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The WayOutWest season continues with a western starring
Joel McCrea , Virginia Mayo When a notorious outlaw is sprung from jail by the leaderof his old gang, he agrees to take part in one more robbery.
Director Raoul Walsh (1949)
Black and white
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