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7.00 In Search of Identity
7.25 Cyberart - Sound Tracks
Above the Volcano. A look at how fallout from volcanic eruptions can change the Earth's climate. Repeat ....
DJ, author and composer Mike Read talks to Peter Curran about his fascination with poet Rupert Brooke. Repeat....
Immigrants discuss their origins and the experience of life in France. (Repeat)
More animated mischief and mayhem. Repeat
Animation. Spidra tries to destroy Gadget Boy's ancestors.
The music on today's entertainment show comes from Tina Cousins and Straw, complemented by the usual games, plus the new Dare U, competitions and film reviews. There's also cartoon fun from Taz-mania. Presented by Chris Jarvis , Tim Vincent and Kate Heavenor.
Director Maria Stewart : Series producer Ed Gray CONTACT DETAILS: write to [address removed] or send an e-mail to [address removed]
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Then Rewind 1946: Bananas! A boy recalls the taste of his first banana after the war. 1947: Bitter Freedom. A 14-year-old's view of Indian independence and partition. Repeat
A double bill of animated fun
Guests include US singer Jewel and ex-Coronation Street star Adam Rickitt. Shown last Tuesday
Mick Jagger and Keith Richards join host Steve Wright to introduce classic Rolling Stones footage and memories of Top of the Pops performances. Repeat... Top of the Pops is on Friday at 7.30pm on BBC1
Weekly review of the principal political events affecting the South East.... REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Introduced by Steve Rider from Lord's.
1.45,2.50 Cricket World Cup More action from Lord's of the final of the World Cup. Commentary by Richie Benaud, Jonathan Agnew and Michael Atherton. Subtitled
2.25 Rowing Highlights from Vienna, Austria, of the second regatta of the World Cup. The first of this year's trio of events took place three weeks ago in Hazelwinkel, Belgium, when the British team won its first ever World Cup regatta.
Britain's success was ensured by victories in the women's coxless pairs and men's coxless four, plus points from nine other finals. The final regatta of the World Cup season is next month in Switzerland. Commentary by Garry Herbert. TV presentation (cricket) Alan Griffiths and Paul Davies Digital widescreen
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The Japanese economy has fallen into a spiralling slump that has so far defied all efforts to resolve it. Michael Robinson reports on how the Japanese government may have to create inflation to avoid deflation.
Presented by Maya Even .
Editor Diarmuid Jeffreys NOTE: as The Money Programme is topical, its subject matter may change
Second of a three-part look into the secret world of the Russian fighting elite, the Spetsnaz. Pit Bulls on the Loose. The most elite and active special-forces unit in Russia today is the Interior Ministry's Rapid
Reaction Corps, which specialises in high-speed, heavily armed operations. Cameras observe the unit at rest in their sparse Moscow barracks, honing their skills on the shooting range and in an armed operation.
Producers Paul Mitchell. Tania Rakhmanova Executive producer Keith Bowers
Concluding the series that looks at some of Britain's finest food.
Meg Rivers's Cakes. From the Warwickshire village of Middle Tysoe, Meg Rivers runs a successful business producing cakes, mostly for mail order. Series producer David Berry ; Executive producers Nicholas Lander. Edward Mirzoeff
Start of a rerun of last autumn's satirical news quiz, hosted by Angus Deayton. Captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton are joined tonight by Magnus Magnusson and John Simpson. Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer
Richard Wilson Digital widescreen
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Bad Timing. Martin decides to move out and become a teacher.
Written by Andrew Davies. Bernadette Davis Director John Stroud ; Producer
Geoffrey Perkins Repeat
Documentary series examining six key sporting clashes.
Benn v Eubank. The two intense fights in the early nineties between Nigel "the Dark Destroyer" Benn and Chris "Simply the Best"
Eubank enthralled the nation, as huge television audiences tuned in to see the bitter clash of two talented but totally contrasting characters.
Benn, Eubank and a host of boxing glitterati relive the build-up, the genuine enmity that smouldered between the pair, the deals cut by promoters that would affect the sport for ever, the fights themselves and the bloody aftermath of the clashes at Birmingham and Old Trafford. Producer Adrian Mackenzie-Betty ; Executive producer Tony Moss
Six-part comedy-sketch show set in the 21st century in which a new cast surf the endless television channels now on offer to the viewer, including the Innuendo Channel, Quiz News and Undercover Cop.
Director Peter Boyd Maclean ; Producer
Highlights from Lord's of the final, followed by a review of the tournament. With John Inverdale. Executive editor Philip Bernie
Mark Cousins introduces John
Huston's 1963 murder mystery.
The List of Adrian Messenger
Murder mystery starring
George C Scott
Adrian Messenger supplies retired British intelligence officer Anthony Gethryn with a mysterious list of names. When Messenger is involved in an aeroplane disaster, Gethryn realises that most of the names have also met with "accidental" deaths and that he is dealing with a murderer. Widescreen.
Black and white Subtitled ..... * See Films: pp 56-61 ***
Followed by Weatherview
Lady Jocelyn Brutenholm:
Marquis of Gleneyre:
Sir Wilfred Lucas:
Raoul le Borg:
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2.00 Problem Solving 2 LANGUAGES
4.00 Get By in Spanish (part 1) - travel and survival guide. BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 Computers Don't Bite
Business 12421 5.30 20 Steps to Better Management OPEN UNIVERSITY
5.45 Imagining New Worlds
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