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News plus a preview of weekend sport from BBC News 24. Hosted by Sarah Montague and David Robertson. ......................
Minds and Brains. Howard Stableford looks into the workings of the human brain, and explores the potential effects offusingthe brain with computers, with neuropsychologist Richard Gregory and brain expert Steven Rose.
Series producer David Poyser. ............ BROCHURE INFORMATION: call [number removed]Calls will be charged at the national rate CEEFAX: page
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Ramon Woolfe looks back at the week's news. With signing......................
A look at rural, environmental and agricultural issues, presented by John Craven. Including a look ahead to the week's weather...........................
Planets of Other Suns. Patrick Moore and Dr John Mason discuss the possible existence of extra-solar planets.
Shown last Sunday on BBC1 Subtitled..
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Sue Barker introduces live coverage from Paris of the women's singles final in the French Open championship. Last year's final followed the Roland Garros stadium's tradition forthrowingup surprises, with teenager Iva Majoli becomingthe lowest seed to win the title since 1933, thwarting Martina Hingis 's bid to win every Grand Slam event in 1997. Hingis will be doubly determined to capture this year's crown, as this is the only major prize which has thus far eluded her grasp. John Barrett and Virginia Wade are in the commentary box........
Continuing coverage from Edgbaston of the third day's play in the first of five Tests between England and South Africa. Pace bowler Allan Donald will be in the vanguard of South Africa's attack on the pitch where he plays for Warwickshire, and with England perhaps having the edge in the battingdepartment, this should be a riveting match. The commentators are Richie Benaud , Chris Broad , David Gower , Barry Richards , with reporting by Simon Hughes. Introduced by Tony Lewis.
Producers Paul Davies and Alan Griffiths
Editor Philip Bernie ..........................
Christina Smith is one of Britain's least flamboyant millionaires, the owner of a large portfolio of property who set the trends for living in warehouses and establishing ethnic craft shops in the sixties. She has done much to try to prevent the destruction of central London's Covent Garden area by the developers, but now feels disturbed by the way of life that she helped to inspire.
Director Helena Appio ; Series producer Nikki Cheetham Repeat
Ballet aficionados celebrate the life and achievements of Edris
Stannus, the inspirational Irish dancer known as "Madam" who was born 100 years ago today. A graduate of Diaghilev's Ballets Russes, as Ninette de Valois she founded the Royal Ballet,
Birmingham Royal Ballet and the Royal Ballet School, and sent her disciples to foreign climes to instigate other such ventures.
In this programme three contemporary ballet stars -
Darcey Bussell , Joseph Cipolla and Sarah Wi Idor - rehearse roles from Madam's works The
Prospect before Us and The GodsGoA-Begging. There is also archive footage of Madam herself which illuminates her teaching and rehearsing methods, as she practises steps from the Rake's Progress and Checkmate. Director Ross MacGibbon ; Producer
In this special edition of the current-affairs reportage series, Kate Adie travels to Indonesia to witness life in the aftermath of President Suharto's recent resignation. She chronicles his demise, and talks to some of the students who helped bring aboutthe situation.
Afterthe intital euphoria which greeted the end of the ageing despot's 32-year reign, Adie reports on the power vacuum in the midst of a perhaps unfinished revolution.
She also considers the potential economic and political backlash which could further compound an economy still in deep crisis. Sehes producer Lucy Hetherington ; Editor FionaMurch
The second of four documentaries charting the influence on British life of black people with Caribbean origins since 1948. Intolerance. Despite the upsurge in racial disharmony which accompanied Caribbean migration to Britain in the sixties, black communities increasingly left an imprint on society through churches, musical culture and the struggle for recognition. Narrated by Patrick Robinson. See today's choices. Producer/Director David Upshal ; Series producer Trevor Phillips WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/education
Classic western, the first of two films directed by Sam Peckinpah, starring William Holden, Ernest Borgnine, Robert Ryan
Texas, 1913: in the last days of the Old West, Pike Bishop's outlaws ride into a bloody ambush when they attempt to rob a railroad office. (1969, 18) See Films: pp 59-68 *****
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Highlights of the third day's play between England and South Africa, from Edgbaston. Introduced by Richie Benaud
Concluding a double bill offilms directed by Sam Peckinpah , starring
Charlton Heston , Richard Harris At the end of the Civil War, Major Dundee is determined to wipe out a band of Apaches who have massacred a US Cavalry post. Short of men, he is obliged to take on thieves, renegades, volunteers and his Confederate prisoners who are led by an old enemy. Widescreen.
(1965. PG) Subtitled ................ # See Films: pages 59-68 * * *
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