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6.10 Cinema for the Ears
8463545 6.35 Wayang Golek: Puppeteers ofWestJava Subtitled 4201748 7.00 The
Developing World: Breaking Out
7.25 World Wise: Big World
As the World Wide Web expands daily, can its English inventor keep control of the system? (Repeat) (Subtitled)
Author and broadcaster Desmond Morris discusses his abiding passion for surrealist painting. Repeat................
Two sisters in Mexico City set up their dream restaurant. (Repeat)
More animated monster mischief. Repeat
Spidra tries to steal tribal secrets in the Brazilian rainforest.
All the Right Moves interior designer Anna Ryder-Richardson and Marcel Bracks from Heartbreak High drop in for a chat, while Marvin and Tamara, Travis and Fierce provide the music. Plus the usual games, reviews and cartoons. With Chris Jarvis , Tim Vincent and Kate Heavenor.
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Then Rewind 1956: the Hungarian Uprising Memories of Russian troops crushing a rebellion against communist rule.
1957: Black and White in Little Rock. A black teenager recalls being escorted by paratroopers to school past white parents. Repeat
Jamie Theakston interviews Swedish pop group the Cardigans and talks to the Pet Shop Boys about their latest release. Shown last Tuesday
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An episode of the America time-travel drama. Leaping in without a Net. Sam becomes a trapeze artist who must stop his sister's impending death. Repeat
The week's political developments in the South East. With Shaun Ley. REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Presented by Sue Barker from Birmingham, with Linford Christie and Sally Gunnell.
1.30 Motorcycling Highlights from Oulton Park, Cheshire, of rounds 13 and 14 of the British Superbike championship. Commentary by Barry Nutley.
2.05, 2.40, 3.10, 3.40 Racing Live coverage of four races from Ascot Charity Day, featuring the Handicap Stakes at 2.15, plus other races at 2.45, 3.15 and 3.50. Commentary by Jim McGrath , Willie Carson , Clare Balding and Angus Lough ran.
225 Olympic Magazine A profile of swimmer Mark Foster and a wind-surfing preview.
2.55,3.25,4.00 Athletics The men's s
400m final is likely to provide one of the final-day highlights as live coverage concludes from Birmingham of the AAAs and World championships trials, which will decide the remaining places for the squad for Seville next month.
TV presentation (athletics) Martin Webster Editor Michael Cole Digital widescreen
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Professor Alun Howkins presents a four-part exploration of how man's struggle for food has shaped modern society.
Seeds of Power. Howkins visits
Silbury Hill and remains of Roman villas to trace the development of agriculture. See today's choices.
Producer John Trefor ; Executive producer
Richard Trayler-Smith Subtitled...
Series exploring significant trends that could confront policy-makers in the next century.
Winner Takes All? Presenter
Evan Davis meets economist
Julian Le Grand , who advocates a theory of efficient equality that proposes an equal start in life for all members of society.
He arguesthat New Labour's push for an established meritocracy is being abandoned in the face of a winner-takes-all society in which equality is no longer a major political goal.
Producer Mark Savage: SeriE!s producer
Series charting the rise of business and the decline of political power that revolves around a quartet of key players who all belonged in the sixties to a London gambling club. Entrepreneur Spelt SPIV In the fifties, Britain was dominated by a political and financial establishment that looked down on the stock market.
But suburban accountant Jim
Slater used the hitherto dormant power of the shareholders to rouse the market. Politicians were told that prosperity was being created through business, but, in reality, Slater and those who copied him were stripping industry of assets and feeding them back into the market.
Producer Adam Curtis ; Executive producer Stephen Lambert
Rerun of last year's series of the satirical news quiz.
Tonight's guests joining team captains Paul Merton and Ian Hislop are the BBC's former Washington correspondent
Gavin Esler and comedian
Linda Smith. Hosted by Angus Deayton. Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Giles Pilbrow Digital widescreen Repeat Subtitled.
This week comedian Mark Lamarr turns his attention to television in the 20th century and welcomes as his guest John Sergeant , the BBC's chief political correspondent. Director Paul Wheeler ; Producers Charlotte Crosse and Andy Davies
Army v Navy. The last in the series on key sporting clashes goes behind the scenes of the US Army and Navy academies to follow the build-up to American football's biggest rivalry.
Such is the desire to take part in the game, which is second only to the Superbowl, that players, such as Army captain
Neil Ravitz , commit themselves to nine years in military service. Director/Producer Andrew Mackenzle-Betty
More avant-garde humour, this week with the Bad Quiz Channel, Wildlife on Juan,
Teleportation and the Horror
Channel. With Phil Nicol , Kevin Gildea , Gabriel Quigley , Karl Minns and Dawn Steele.
Director Peter Boyd Maclean ; Producer Jackie Hamilton Digital widescreen
A double bill signals the return of the acidic adult comedy. Starring Garry Shandling
11.10 As My Career Lay Dying
With Larry's show ending in six weeks, Hank has started to panic. 1135 Adolf Hankler. Hank looks for a way to stay on the show. Subtitled
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Comedy, opening a season of contemporary US films, starring Anthony LaPaglia
When an employee at a small music store overhears a plan for a takeover, he decides to take action. Widescreen.
Director Allan Moyle (1995, 12)
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2.00 Scientists and Inventors - from health and medicine.
4.00 The Travel Hour Venice and the Dolomites
WORKING IN RETAIL
5.00 Team Talk
5.45 Danger: Children at Play
4726152 6.10 An English Education Subtitled 8367317 6.35-7.00am
Putting Training to Work