5.20 Outsiders In -Muslims in Europe
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continues from 5.20am See page 68.
6.10 Virtual Democracy?
6.35 The Church of Santa Maria dei
Miracoli, Venice Rpt 5306889 7.00 The Developing World-Lessons from Kerala
Information Superhighway. How new methods of communication are changing aspects of modern life. WEB SITE: www.open.ac.uk/sunday/
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. A look at a condition that is caused by anxiety and manifests itself through intrusive and repetitive thoughts.
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8.30 A weekly Quest to find the greatest cartoon of all time. Presented by Paul Burnham.
Fantasy animation. Stereo .........
Last in the series of the entertainment show set in a wacky hotel. Dropping by for a chat this week are Darren Day, currently appearing in the hit musical Summer Holiday, and Gladiators star Rio. Also Steve Knight from Animal Hospital takes part in a game of Buried Treasure. There's comedy from Father Barry, plus music, competitions, cartoons and the final episode of The Smedleys. Presented by Grant Stott, Sarah Vandenbergh, Paul Brophy and Julie Westwood.
Producer Ed Gray: Series producer Martyn Day
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Datinggame show from America, with Chris Hardwick and Jenny McCarthy.
Introduced by Steve Rider and Sue Barker from the Solent.
12.35,3.15 Gymnastics Highlights of the recent World championships in Lausanne, Switzerland, where a host of new gymnastics stars made their mark on the world stage. Commentary by Barry Davies , Mitch Fenner and Christine Still.
1.15 Yachting Live coverage of the start of the Whitbread round the World Yacht
Race from the Solent. Ten boats compete in this seventh race, which will take nine months to complete. Britain's entry is skippered by Lawrie Smith. Commentary by Richard Simmonds and Peter Montgomery.
4.10 Racing Live coverage, at 4.15, of the National Stakes at the Curragh.
4.25 Motorcycling British Superbike championship. Rounds 17 and 18 from Cadwell Park, held over from 31 August, and rounds 19 and 20 from Brands
Hatch. Scotland's Niall Mackenzie will be looking to strengthen his lead as he aims for a second successive Superbike crown. Commentary by Barry Nutley.
TV presentation (Yachting) Paul Davies Stereo
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The video diary made by David Hempleman-Adams and Rune Gjeldnes during their questto reach the North Pole on foot, shown last week in five parts.
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The Incas. They ruled a vast empire stretching the length of the world's longest mountain range, the Andes, 500 years ago. In itthe Incas built magnificient temples and fortresses out of blocks of stone. Here, a team of experts tries to resolve some of the mysteries surroundingtheir remarkable feats of engineering. Narrated by Art Malik. Producer Michael Barnes
Executive producer Robin Brightwell
Janewayand Chakotay , infected with a deadly alien virus, are forced into lifelongquarantineonan
M-class planet. Alone in their isolation, the two begin to explore otherfacets of their relationship.
Star Trek: the Next Generation is on Wednesday at 6pm
Captain Kathryn Janeway:
Lt Tom Paris:
Dr Denara Pel:
Black Holes and Beyond. Much of Professor Stephen Hawking's work has explored the mysterious possibilities of black holes. Yet for scientists to believe in their existence and properties meant they had to stray from their faith i n the known laws of physics. Then astronomers started to see some strange things in the sky.
Series director Philip Martin ; Series producer David Filkin
A four-part series in which Alan Clark provides a personal perspective of the Conservative Party's fortunes from 1922 to the present day.
Winston Churchill was regarded with suspicion by many in the Conservative Party. Rejected by the electorate in 1945, Churchill was determined to regain power and started his second stint as prime minister in 1951. Churchill's reluctance to hand over the reins caused tension in his relationship with his successor, Anthony Eden , who was ill, tired and angry by the time he took over.
Series directorClara Glynn; Series producer Nicolas Kent
Straight and Narrow. Problem teenager Rusty is sent to a rigidly-strict private school by his mother. The academy has produced some leading business and political figures, but its record hides an insidious agenda of mind control.
Postponed from 10 August
The first of a westem double bill showing as part of the Way Out West season, starring Charlton Heston
In 1880s Montana, a cowboy becomes involved in a blood feud with a mad preacher.
Director Tom Gries (1967)
+ See Films: pages 48-58
The Way Out West season continues with a western starring Joel McCrea, Virginia Mayo
When a notorious outlaw is sprung from jail by the leader of his old gang, he agrees to take part in one more robbery.
Director Raoul Walsh (1949) Postponed from 7 September
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2.00 Hairdressing and Beauty Therapy LANGUAGES
4.00 French Experience Know-Howl
BUSINESS AND WORK
5.00 Starting a Business Programme 1
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6.00 Putting Trainingto Work
4577919 6.25 Images of Disability
Education in Russia Rpt
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