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6.05 Getting It Right
6.35 Chardin and the Still Life
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Behind a Mask. Common experiences and themes in the lives and work of six women writers. Subtitled ............
A look at the hobby of mushroom picking in Borgotaro, near Parma, where the porcini variety is found. (Repeat)
The North American Lobster. Wildlife film revealing the life cycle and habitat of this nocturnal marine hunter. Repeat
Further coverage of the Commonwealth Games in Malaysia, with Steve Rider.
Live coverage of the men's Pool B match between England and Kenya. Plus news of England v Sri Lanka in the women's event. Commentary by Nigel Starmer-Smith and Cathy Harris.
The women's 92km road race, with commentary by Hugh Porter.
10.50 Tenpin Bowling
Coverage of the men's doubles. David Vine commentates.
The preliminary bouts get underway. Commentary by Jim Neilly.
Five finals from the Bukit Jalil swimming complex. Featuring at 11.30 men's 100m butterfly, 11.45 women's 200m freestyle, 12.05 men's 400m individual medley, 12.30 women's 200m breaststroke and 12.55 men's 4x200m freestyle relay. With commentary provided by Andy Jameson, Adrian Moorhouse and Sharron Davies.
Highlights from the women's team competition. Barry Davies, Mitch Fenner and Christine Still are the commentators.
Commonwealth Games coverage continues at 4.30pm.
A double bill ofthe animated US comedy. Dancin' Homer. Homer becomes a big baseball team's official mascot.
And at 2.10 Two Cars in Every Garage,
Three Eyes on Every Fish. Homer's boss Mr Burns stands for election as the new state governor........................... CapeFeare istomorrowat6pm Repeat Videoplus code for 1.45-2.30 (not PDC).
Game show in which contestants guide robot warriors through tough mechanical challenges. Hosted by Jeremy Clarkson and Philippa Forrester. Repeat
Highlights of the 1995 motor-racing event at Goodwood Park, featuring legendary drivers such as Phil Hill , Dan Gurney , Stirling Moss and John Surtees. Repeat
Introduced by Sue Barker.
3.30 Racing/Rowing Racing from Longchamps in France, featuring live coverage at 3.40 of the Prix Niel and at 4.15 ofthe Prix Foy , plus news from the Prix Vermeille . With commentary by Jim McGrath. Interspersed with action from the final day of the World Rowing championships in Cologne, Germany.
4.30 Commonwealth Games The early rounds of the rugby union sevens, featuring England's match against Tonga and Wales's clash with New Zealand. The commentator is Huw Llewelyn Davies.
5.20 Motorcycling Rounds 19 and 20 of the British Superbikes championship, from Silverstone. Commentary by Barry Nutley.
5.45 News roundup
September marks the end of the summer and this is the last chance to sit out in the garden and enjoythe sunshine.
Chris Packham and Nick Baker offer a guide to the wildlife on view, including moles, voles and rats, stick insects, slow worms, grey squirrels and house martins.
Series producer Mike Beynon
Alter Ego. Disturbed by his obsessive love for a holodeck character, Harry asks Tuvokto help him suppress his emotions.
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Another in the occasional series of documentary programmes. Cool Cymru
Next year Wales will have its own assembly, the closest thing to home rule for over 700 years, but will this development bring new wealth along with it? Dinah Lammimanjoins the politically diverse members of the Welsh
Affairs Select Committee as they investigate howto create an economic boom in Wales by examining the progress made in parts of Ireland and Spain. Producer Richard Nash ; Editor
In 1944, film director George Stevens was sent to the Allied front line to improve coverage of thewarforthe US people. While supervising this project, he made his own personal record.
This extraordinary "home movie" re-creates his wartime journey, starting on the beaches of Normandy in June 1944 and ending in the German capital in the summer of 1945, covering the liberation of Paris and including horrific footage of the Nazi concentration camp at Dachau. Presented by Robert Harris. An interview follows with Steven Spielberg , whose new film concentrates on the US
D-Day landing on Omaha Beach. Producer Paul Woolwich
To coincide with the British opening of his new movie Saving Private Ryan, film director Steven Spielberg talks exclusively to Mark Cousins about his interest in the Second World War and the great challenge of depicting the brutal reality of battle. Schindler's List, for which Spielberg won his first Oscar as a director, follows. See today's choices.
Director Nick Rossiter; Producer Danny Dignan (Subtitled)
Steven Spielberg 's multi-Oscar-winning drama, based on the novel by Thomas Keneally , starring Liam Neeson
Ben Kingsley , Ralph Fiennes
In 1939, Austrian businessman Oskar Schindler , a Gentile, comes to Krakow with the idea of getting rich quickly by using cheap Jewish labour in his factory supplying the German war effort. As persecution of the Jews spreads, Schindler, although a close associate of SS officers, finds it worth his while to protect his workers from the escalating evil around him.
Widescreen. The documentary Survivors of the Shoah follows.
(1993.15) Black and white and colour
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In an interview with the actor Ben
Kingsley, who played Itzhak Stem in Schindler's List, film director Steven Spielberg explains why he founded the Survivors of the Shoah, an organisation devoted to videotaping and archiving interviews with Holocaust survivors. Repeat
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2.00 Artists (parti) -in the first of five programmes showing on consecutive nights. Toyah Willcox documents the work of various
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4.00 Get By in Italian
BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 The Business Programme (part 16)
5.45 Learning about Leadership 5216443 6.10 Windows on the Mind
6.35-7.00am Managing in the Marketplace