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6.05 Playing Safe Subtitled 8294843 6.35 Eyewitness Memory
7.00 The 1997 Election: Traditions,
Failures and Futures Subtitled 20973 7.30
A Living Doll: a Background to Shaw's Pygmalion
News plus a preview of weekend sport from BBC News 24. Presented by Sarah Montague and Chris Eakin
Gene Genie. David Goldblatt explores ethical issues underlying genetic research, the work that produced evidence of the "gay gene" and a study of the Amish community in Pennsylvania.
Series producer David Poyser ............ BROCHURE INFORMATION: call 0870 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......................
Jayne Middlemiss and Jamie Theakston introduce highlights from the openingday of Europe's most renowned music festival. Acts performing yesterday included
Finley Quaye and Lightning Seeds. There is also a look at the festival's host village of Pilton in Somerset. Jools Holland hosts the best oftoday's performances at
8.30pm, and there is blanket coverage from lpm on Radio 1. See today's choices. Executive producer Mark Cooper ......... ♦ See Music: page 50; Michael Eavis 's Kind of Day: page
By the end of today's play, the last 16 in both the men's and ladies' singles should have been decided. Sue Barker and Steve Rider host the live action from SW19.
The commentary team is John Barrett ,
John Alexander , Chris Bailey ,
Jeremy Bates , Pat Cash , Mark Cox , Jo Durie , Ann Jones. David Mercer , Pam Shriver , Bill Threlfall , Julian Tutt and Virginia Wade. Executive producer Martin Hopkins Executive editor Dave Gordon
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Videoplus code 12.00-4.15 (not PDC).
Further highlights from Worthy Farm, Pilton, on the second day of the festival where the relentless bad weather made the headlines last year.
The pick of tod ay's stage performances includes ex-Take That singer Robbie Williams , whose image makeover since leavingthe boy band has reaped considerable dividends with the album Life thru a Lens, and a string of hit singles such as the hugely successful ballad Angels.
Amongthe other attractions are US singer/songwriter Tori Amos and mellow moodsters
Morcheeba, playing songs from their critically garlanded BigCalm. With Jools Holland. Coverage continues at 11.35pm. .
Psychological drama, based on a real-life murder case, starring Melanie Lynskey and Kate Winslet.
Christchurch, New Zealand in the fifties: two 14-year-old girls, Pauline Parker and Juliet Hulme, develop a close relationship based on a love of fantasy, Mario Lanza and novel-writing. Their burgeoning sexuality and fertile imaginations lead them to create a magical kingdom peopled by idols and lovers. But when the adult world threatens to shatter the fantasy, the girls conspire to commit a terrible act. Widescreen. (1994, 18)
See Films: pp 60-66 *****
Film of the week: page 55
Sue Barker introduces highlights of the sixth day's play from the courts of the All
England Club, which should have decided the line-upforthe last 16 in both of the men's and ladies' singles competitions.
To reach this stage two years ago, Tim Henman recorded a huge first-round shock by eliminating number five seed Yevgeny Kafelnikov before beating fellow Britons Danny Sapsford and Luke Milligan.
In the last 16, he neededjust three sets to beat Sweden's
Magnus Gustafsson and move into the quarter-finals. The first home playerto reach the last eight for 24 years, Henman faced American Todd Martin , ranked the number 13 seed, but came off second best.
Producer Sharon Lence ; Editor Philip Bemie
John Peel and Jo Whiley introduce further highlights from the second day of the 27th Glastonbury Festival.
One of the major draws for the crowd tonight will be Blur, playing their highest-profile concert of the year. The band's eponymous 1997 album was both their most diverse and most commercially successful release yet. Also in action are techno trio Underworld, whose track Born Slippy became an anthem after its inclusion on the soundtrack for Trainspotting.
Completing the line-up are glam-rock throwbacks Placebo, Mercury Music Prize-winning Roni Size/Reprazent, and Chester pop band Mansun.
Plus a tour of the fields on the festival site, which feature cabaret, theatre and comedy. There are more highlights tomorrow at 4.15pm...
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French 2 - a series of programmes, including The World around Us, The World of Work and The International World.
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