Peter Curran talks to Dave Allen and Matthew Kingdon. whose company advises on ideas for bringing innovation and inspiration to the workplace. Plus management-guru Charles Handy's thoughtfortheday. Repeat CEEFAX: page
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Irish family band the Corrs, all-girl group
Vanilla and actor Desune Coleman (Lenny Wallace in BBCl's EastEnders) drop into the entertainment magazine, hosted by Tim Vincent. Chris Jarvis and Gail Porter.
The Real Review takes a look at what's on in Birmingham at the moment, while John Amabile tackles another set of design problems in Mission Interiors. Director John Smith ; Series producer Ed Gray
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Introduced by Steve Rider.
Motorsport From Brands Hatch, live coverage of round seven of the Touring Car championship. Jason Plato and Rickard Rydell will be among the drivers aiming to prevent champion Alain Menu from repeating his success on this circuit last year. Charlie Cox and John Watson provide commentary. Round eight is at
2.50pm. Sunday Grandstand continues at 1.30pm. Stereo ......
1.30 Motorcycling Highlights from
Snetterton of rounds seven and eight in the British Superbike championship. Commentary by Barry Nutley.
2.00, 3.50 Golf Action from the final day's play in the International Open at the Oxfordshire. Germany's Bernhard Langer triumphed in last year's tournament ahead of Britain's Ian Woosnam and Lee Westwood. Commentary by Peter Alliss ,
Alex Hay , Mike Hughesdon , Beverly Lewis.
2.50 Motorsport Live coverage from the Brands Hatch circuit of round eight of the TouringCar championship.
6.30 News Roundup The latest results. TV presentation (motorsport): Malcolm Kemp and MarkWilkin Stereo
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3.50-6.50 (notPDC) ......................
Out of Africa
Reporter Dinah Lammiman joins the International Development Select Committee on a moving journey through East Africa, where they encounter poverty, corruption and genocide.
The cross-party committee includes long-serving Labour politicians Ann Clwyd and Bernie Grant and newlyelected Oona King - who spent part of her childhood in East Africa. In isolated Kisumu, Kenya, the MPs try out a simple foot-pump project financed by British aid, are later visibly moved when they visit a genocide site in Gikongoro province and meet Rwandan toddlers who have been separated from their families during ethnic violence. Producer Richard Nash : Editor Anne Tyerman
Palestinian writer Edward Said, now based in New York, embarks on a personal journey back to the country he and his family left in December 1947 - shortly before the state of Israel was declared the following year.
As Israel celebrates its half-century, Said, who now suffers from leukaemia, revisits childhood haunts with his son and is shocked by the suffering of ordinary Palestinians and the sight of a group of Bedouin being forcibly displaced from their land. He also discusses Arab-Israeli relations with his close friend Daniel Barenboim, the pianist and conductor whose family migrated to Israel from Argentina in the early fifties.
Producer Charles Bruce; Executive producer Keith Bowers
Cuba. Since the 1959 revolution and US trade embargo, spare parts for cars have been a rarity in Cuba. Jeremy Clarkson meets Cubans who have displayed remarkable resourcefulness.
Director Dennis Jarvis
Repeat Stereo Top Gear Motorsport is tomorrow, 2.10pm
Donald Cammell : the Ultimate
Few film-makers have generated as much speculation, myth and gossip as Donald Cammell , who made his name with the cult
1969 film Performance. Yet
Cammell's career failed to take off and he directed only three more films, including White of theEye, which follows this programme at 11.30pm, before taking his own life in April in a way reminiscent of a murder attheendof Performance.
This film about Cammell's life and work includes contributions from his family and Performance stars MickJagger, James Fox and Anita Pallenberg , as well as interviews with Cammell filmed shortly before his death.
Directors/Producers Kevin MacDonald and ChrisRodley Stereo Subtitled..
Film premiere Donald Cammell 's psychological thriller, starring David Keith
Cathy Moriarty ,
Art Evans Tucson : savage murders lead detectives to question Paul White , a local engineerwho used to love hunting. As pressure grows on White, his wife begins to discover some unpalatable truths. Widescreen.
(1986.18) Stereo Subtitled ... ♦ See Films: pages 50-56 ***
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Detective Charles Mendoza:
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