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6.05 Environmental Solutions?
6.30 Changing Climate? 4420235 6.55 Modernist Primitivism 4423322 7.25
Cyberart: In Conversation
Hard Solutions. The many applications of liquid crystals. Subtitled ...................
Actor and TV presenter Simon O'Brien talks to Peter Curran about his passion for the environment and recycling
Wine-tasting, buying souvenirs and panning for gold. (Repeat)
More animated mischief. Repeat
TV vet Mark Evans and "Handy"
Andy Kane of Changing Rooms check in this morning, while music is provided by boy band A1, indie rockers Feeder and Justin, from BBC1 series The Fame Game.
There's cartoon fun from Taz-mania and The Littlest Pet Shop, plus the usual games and competitions. Presented by Chris Jarvis , Tim Vincent , Kate Heavenor. Director John Smith ; Series producer Ed Gray CONTACT DETAILS: write to [address removed] or send an e-mail to [address removed]
Call the competition line on [number removed] (calls cost 30p maximum: please ask permission before ringing. Lines close midnight tonight. Winners chosen at random and announced next week.)
Then Rewind 1942: All because We 're Jews. Extracts from Anne Frank 's diary. 1943: Stalingrad. A boy soldier's account of how he defended the city. Repeat
A report from the Ivor Novello Awards, where B*Witched, Robbie Williams and Catatonia were all nominated artists. Shown last Tuesday
More lunchtime lunacy, as Nostradamus returns with a further three predictions. With Stewart Lee and Richard Herring.
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Weekly review of the principal political events affecting the South East REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Introduced by Sue Barker.
1.30 Golf Highlights of the Amateur
Championship from Royal County Down. Northern Ireland. Commentary by Peter Alliss , Alex Hay and Dougie Donnelly.
2.20,3.35 Tennis Coverage from the clay courts of Roland Garros in the men's singles final at the French Open. With commentary by John Barrett and Mark Cox.
3.00 Racing Live coverage of the French Derby from Chantilly, with the race set to start at 3.20. Commentary by Jim McGrath. Willie Carson and Clare Balding.
5.25 Motorcycling H ighl ights from
Donington of races nine and ten in this year's British Superbike championship. Commentary comes from Barry Nutley.
5.50 Motorsport Action from Oulton in rounds nine and ten of the British Touring Car championships. With commentary by Charlie Cox and John Watson.
Editor Michael Cole Digital widescreen
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Prey. Janeway suddenly finds herself faced with two killers - a fleet of hostile spaceships and an insubordinate member of her crew.
The country's building-society members have been tempted to sacrifice the mutual ideal in favour of large payouts, shares and the promise of profits.
As other organisations based on mutuality line up for conversion into conventional companies, Ros Brew reports on whether such a development may signal the end of the road for the mutuals. With Maya Even.
Editor Diarmuid Jeffreys NOTE: as The Money Programme topical, its subject matter may change
Concluding the series in which author Nigel Williams profiles fictional sleuths and their creators.
Maigret and the Belgian Author Inspector Jules Maigret and Georges Simenon provided the world of fiction with its first great policeman detective.
Using Maigret's methodology,
Williams delves into Simenon's darker side - family tragedy, collaboration with the Nazis and self-made claims of sexual relations with 10,000 women.
Williams talks to friends that
Simenon made in occupied
France, his youngest son John, and biographer Pierre Assouline to find the truth about the man, his writings, beliefs and the role his creation played in his life. Editor Jeff Shaw
Series producer Randall Wright
Mrs Bassa 's Chutneys. Jancis Robinson visits the cramped industrial unit in south London where Philomeena Bassa and her daughter Niloufer use old family recipes to make chutneys that are free from additives. Executive producers Nicholas Lander and Edward Mirzoeff ; Series producer
David Berry The series continues tomorrow 10.20pm
Last in the news quiz, with Angus Deayton , Ian Hislop and Paul Merton , plus guests
Edward Stourton and Pauline McLynn. Shown last Friday
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The Great Escape. While Mandy gets the dream chance of a job in Bermuda, Matthew devises some interesting ways for her to pay the outstanding back rent.
Written by Andrew Davies. Bemadette Davis Director John Stroud ; Producer
Geoffrey Perkins Repeat
Steve Rider introduces highlights of the Super Six match between the two teams who finished third in their respective groups in the first stage of the competition.
Commentary by Dermot Reeve , Jeff Thomson , Colin Croft , Ravi Shastri and Simon Hughes.
Editor Carl Hicks
Introduced by Mark Cousins.
Film biography of Joan Crawford , based on the book by her adopted daughter Christina, starring Faye Dunaway
Christina and Christopher, the adopted children of film star Joan Crawford , grow up in a blaze of publicity. But their life suffers when Crawford's popularity wanes in the forties.
Director Frank Perry (1981,15)
The Moviedrome season continues on Friday at midnight with Johnny Guitar
# See Films: pp 58-63 ****
Louis B Mayer:
Christina as a child:
US science-fiction series.
Unnatural Selection. Determined to have the perfect child,
Howard and Joanne investigate illegal genetic enhancement even though they know there is a one-in-10,000 chance of the operation going wrong.
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Followed by Weatherview
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2.00 Personal Effectiveness-improving personal performance at work. LANGUAGES
4.00 The French Experience 17-20 - French for beginners. BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 Computers Don't Bite
5.30 20 Steps to Better Management OPEN UNIVERSITY
5.45 The Write to Choose - how to encourage children to write.
6.10 The Next Five Minutes:
Literature and History
6.35-7.00am After the Revolution
-priorities for educationalists in the Czech Republic after the fall of communism.