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6.05 Blue Haven 4732824 6.30 Lost Worlds
51602 7.00 A Vulnerable Life 53S
7.25 Cyberart - Technosphere
Cosmic Bullets. Assessing the theory that a huge meteor wiped out the dinosaurs
60 million years ago. Repeat
Junior Masterchef host Loyd Grossman talks about museums. Repeat
The first of 20 programmes tells the story of Spanish. (Repeat)
More animated mischief and mayhem. Repeat
Animation. Spidra tries to change nautical history
The music on today's entertainment show comes from Lolly, Hurricane #1 and Beverley Knight , together with the usual games, plus Dare U, competitions and film reviews. There's also cartoon fun from Taz-mania. Presented by Chris Jarvis. Tim Vincent and Kate Heavenor.
Director John Smith ; Series producer Ed Gray CONTACT DETAILS: write to [address removed]or send an e-mail to [address removed]
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Then Rewind 1949: a Message from Israel As the first Arab-Israeli War ended, the new Jewish state of Israel prepared to celebrate its first birthday. Repeat
Jools Holland and Jayne Middlemiss present highlights of yesterday's acts. including Manic Street Preachers, Texas, Cast and the Cardigans. Further coverage from Glastonbury is at 7.15pm. Digital widescreen .........................................
Analysing the latest political developments affecting the South East...................... REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Presented by Steve Rider from Gateshead, with Roger Black and Linford Christie.
L35 Rugby Union Highlights from Cardiff of yesterday's clash between Wales and South Africa. Commentary by Huw Llywdyn Davies and JJ Williams.
2.10 Motorcycling The 11th and 12th races in the British Superbike championship, with Australian Troy Bayliss heading the leaderboard. Commentary by Barry Nutley.
2.35 Motorsport Donington Park hosts action from races 11 and 12 in the British Touring Car championship. Laurent Aiello has been the star of the event so far.
Commentary: Charlie Cox and John Watson.
3.30, 4.10 Athletics Live coverage of the British IAAF Grand Prix from Gateshead, an important pointer to form ahead of August's World championships. Stars such as Ethiopia's Haile Gebrselassie , who is expected to compete in the mile, will be looking for encouraging performances as they prepare for Seville. Commentary by David Coleman , Steve Cram , Paul Dickenson , Stuart Storey , Brendan Foster and Christina Boxer.
3.50 Racing Live coverage from the Curragh of the Irish Derby (4pm), with challengers from Britain and abroad vying to win the prestigious race. Commentary: Jim McGrath. TV presentation (athletics) Martin Webster Editor Carl Hicks Digital widescreen
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Five years ago, Six Go to Europe followed a group that included a property dealer, a single parent and a retired tour operator on their crusade to find out more about the European Union.
Now, in the wake of the recent financial scandal that has rocked the EU, they return, with reporter Dinah Lammiman , to ask if people can still trust the Commission and assess what it would mean for Britain to join the Euro.
Among those they talk to are ex-Labour leader Neil Kinnock , Foreign Secretary Robin Cook and Prime Minister Tony Blair. Producer Marc Sigsworth ; Editor
Anne Tyerman Subtitled......
Jools Holland presents an update on the final day of the festival. with tracks from the Corrs and Al Green. The final programme is tonight at 11.10pm.
With just six months to go, have some major British companies left it too late to stamp out the millennium bug? A new survey suggests severe disruption next year, despite official assurances that there's no need for panic. Presented by Maya Even.
Editor Diarmuid Jeffreys NOTE: as The Money Programme is topical, its subject matter may change
Three-part series observing a year in the life of St Paul's Cathedral and those who work there.
The New Man. As St Paul's marks its 300th anniversary, there is controversy surrounding the appointment of the first female priest. See today's choices. Producer Kevin Hull
Series producer Jonathan Hewes
Digital widescreen * See This Week: page 7
Short films highlighting the work of new directors.
Apple experts Joan Morgan and Bob Saunders hunt down the long-lost Kitchen Door, which they hope to add to the existing list of 2,300 English varieties. Director Wiz Hok: Series producer
Jeremy Howe Subtitled.....
Continuing the rerun of last autumn's satirical news quiz, hosted by Angus Deayton.
Captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton arejoined tonight by barrister Michael Mansfield and weatherman Ian McCaskill. Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer
Richard Wilson Digital widescreen
Working Girls. Mandy is excited when a famous novelist offers her a job as a researcher.
Written by Andrew Davies , Bemadette Davis Director John Stroud ; Producer
Geoffrey Perkins Repeat
Documentary series examining key sporting clashes.
Celtic v Rangers. The intense cultural and religious rivalry between these two sporting giants is traced from its social backgrounds in the dockyards of Glasgow to its current position in European soccer, a long-standing enmity that inspired one commentator to observe that "in the middle of it all a football match broke out".
Chairmen, players, managers and fans relive sweet victories, bitter defeats, riots and protests. Producer Andrew Mackenzie-Betty ; Executive producer Tony Moss
More avant-garde humour in the comedy-sketch show set in the 21st century. Tonight's edition features the NHS Gameshow, Comedy News and a personal channel for Derek Jackson.
Director Peter Boyd Maclean : Producer
Jackie Hamilton Subtitled.....
Jools Holland and Jayne Middlemiss bring festival coverage to a close with music from Skunk Anansie , the Corrs, Lenny Kravitz and the Fun Lovin' Criminals. Plus a look back on highlights from all three days of the event and more top guests and exclusive backstage acoustic performances.
Followed by Weatherview
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4.00 Get By in Spanish (part 1) - travel and survival guide. BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 Computers Don't Bite
Business 37312 5.30 20 Steps to Better Management OPEN UNIVERSITY
5.45 Reflections on a Global
6.10 The Golden Thread
4 706409 6.35-7.00am J ust like a Girl