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6.05 South Korea: the Struggle for
Democracy 8696207 6.35 Citizens of the World Subtitled 2971172 7.00 LeCorbusier and the Villa La Roche
France and Italy. Thefirstofthree programmes about the French Emperor looks at his pivotal role in the rebuilding of Paris and Rome at the beginning of the 19th century. Repeat.................... CEEFAX: page
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Young film-makers record the diversity of Spain's Basque region in the Spanish language series. (Repeat)
The animated adventures of a little car.
Can Akata stop Eva Metal destroying Atlantis?
Continuing the crime-solving drama.
Shirley looks into the disappearance of zoo animals. Meredith Henderson , who plays Shirley Holmes , isagueston Fully
Meredith Henderson, who stars in the BBC2 children's drama The Adventures of Shirley Holmes, is among this week's guests while music comes from boy band Code Red, pop band Soap and retro-rockers the Montrose Avenue. Plus a preview of Will Mellor's new single in Disc Drive.
Plus fashion from Nick Brown of Live and Kicking magazine, more Mission
Interiors with designer John Amabile and animated adventures with Dennis the Menace and Popeye and Son. With Tim Vincent, Gail Porter and Chris Jarvis.
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Suddenly aware of her own mortality, Marge's sister Selma wants a baby.
I Love Lisa is tomorrow at 6pm.
Introduced by Sue Barker from Queen's Club and Steve Riderfrom Donington. Motorsport From Donington, live coverage of round 11 of the TouringCar championship, inwhich Nigel Mansell is making the first of six appearances this season forthe Ford team. Commentary by Charlie Cox and John Watson. Sunday
Grandstand continues at 1.30pm.
Areviewofthe week's principal political events in the South East REGIONAL PROGRAMME
1.35 Rallying Highlights from Greece of the Acropolis Rally, round eight of the world championship. Commentary by Mark James and Tiff Needell.
2.05 Tennis Live action from the final of the international grass tournament at
London's Queen's Club. Since 1968, the winner of Queen's has gone on to win
Wimbledon on five occasions. Mark Cox and John Barrett provide commentary.
4.00 Motorsport Live coverage from the Oonington circuit of round 12 of the Touring Car championship.
TV presentation (tennis) Barbara Slater ; (motorsport) Malcolm Kemp and Mark Wilkin
From Vienna's Concert House.
Stephanie Hughes introduces the final of this year's Eurovision Young Musician competition.
Eight musicians from all over Europe have won through to the final concert with Britain represented by Adrian Spillett - the Shrewsbury percussionist who won the BBC Young Musician title in Belfast last March. Spillett, whose repertoire includes Joseph Schwantner's Percussion Concerto, is the first percussionist to appear in the Eurovision competition since its inception in 1982. The competitors will be accompanied by the Austrian Radio Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Dennis Russel
Davies, while the panel of judges is chaired by Yehudi Menuhin.
The young conductors' competition can be seen next Saturday..............
Event sponsored by Lloyds Bank
Another classic episode from the vintage comedy series.
Storm in a Tea Chest. Terry helps Bob to move his most treasured possessions into his new home.
Written by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais Producer James Gilbert
Analysis of the latest stories making the headlines in the world of business and finance.
Presented by Maya Even .
Editor Diarmuid Jeffreys
Athree-partinsight into the work ofthe
Serious Fraud Office -the controversial law-enforcement agency set up ten years ago.
Getthe Handcuffs On. Howthe office's early success in high-profile cases was followed by the Blue Arrow prosecution fiasco. See today's choices.
Producer Mark Hedgecoe ; Series producer MarkKillick Subtitled .............
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A season of programmes about children's health begins with the first of six guides to ailments that can afflict children.
Meningitis. Although notoriously difficult to diagnose, meningitis is beaten in 90 percent of cases in which the disease is correctly identified in its early stages. Director Lynn Barlow ; Series producer
Mark Fielder Subtitled ............
The Children Health Sun/ival Guide to deafness istomorrow at9.50pm
Science fiction drama. based on a story by Arthur C Clarke , and starring
Jack Wagner , Jack Coleman An asteroid badly damages a cargo ship en route to Venus, leaving five crew members with enough oxygen for only three.
Director Arthur Allan Seidelman
(1994,15) ♦ See Films: pages 62-69
Chief Engineer McNeil:
Second Mate Grant:
In the last of the series, Alexei Sayle considers what might have happened if the career of Bobby Charlton had coincided with penicillin's invention and the building of Hadrian's Wall. Director Edgar Wright ; Producer
Action fantasy starring
Nigel Terry , Helen Mirren
A tale of King Arthur, the Knights of the Round Table and Merlin -and of an enchanted sword of power called Excalibur.
Director John Boorman
(1981.15) + See Films: pages 62-69 **** ♦ Barry Norman on John Boorman : page 55
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Duke of Comwall:
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2.00 Information Technology WORLD CUP FRENCH
4.00 The New Get by in French-the first of two touristguides to France, including language tips and travel advice.
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5.00 Computers Don'tBite Business (part 3) OPEN UNIVERSITY
5.45 Babies' Minds
4597554 6.10 The Golden Thread
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