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6.05 Designing a Lift - the principles of lift engineering. 4960324 6.30 Moscow: a City in Transition - four Muscovites talk about their changing city. 54169 7.00 Mosaico Hispanico - members of Los
Angeles's Spanish-speaking community discuss their roots. 83169 7.30 Rothko: the Seagram Murals
David Robertson and Tanya Beckett with a news and sport roundup..................
A short, offbeat film that looks at the lifestyle of today's seven-year-olds and their love of computer games FURTHER DETAILS: information line [number removed](calls charged at national rate) Website: www.Open2.NET
The series that investigates the world of ideas returns with a look at architecture and football fever in Glasgow, and tells the story of the bed belonging to artist and writer William Morris. Plus Raj Persaud 's guide to Sigmund Freud.
9.30 The Pull of the City- Mexico City,
Whose City? Power struggles and survival in the vibrant South American metropolis. From 10.00, Open Minds continues with a rundown of comic Jo Brand 's favourite books, plus Poet Laureate Andrew Motion's verdict on verse.
Series producer Lisa MacHale .............. FURTHER DETAILS: brochure hotline [number removed](calls charged at national rate): Ceefax: page 626; Website: www.Open2.NET
This week's report from the American series Deaf Mosaic assesses the lifestyle of Costa Rica's deaf community. Presented by Lara Crooks . With signing and in-vision subtitles.................. WEBSITE: www.bbc.co. uk/see_hear
Live coverage from the course at Nairn in Scotland as Great Britain and Ireland's best amateur golfers take on their
American counterparts on the first day of the biennial Walker Cup competition.
Today's matches feature both foursomes and singles action, with the home side eager to erase memories of their 18-6 defeat two years ago in Quaker Ridge, New York. Commentary comes from Peter Alliss , Alex Hay , Howard Clark , Mike Hughesdon , Beverly Lewis and Dougie Donnelly. Introduced by Steve Rider. Coverage of the second and final day begins tomorrow at 12 noon.
Executive producers Alastair Scott ; John Shrewsbury Executive editor Dave Gordon ...............
Saturday Matinée adventure starring Peter Finch
In 18th-century Scotland, a young boy is sold into slavery by his uncle. The lad is put aboard a ship as a cabin boy where he becomes friends with a loyalist Scot.
Director Robert Stevenson (1960, U)
Subtitled............................................... * See Films: pp 54-61 ***
Alan Breck Stewart:
Robin Oig MacGregor:
Steve Rider introduces further live action from Nairn as the Great Britain and Ireland team try to record only their fifth Walker Cup victory over America in the 37th meeting of the two sides....
US time-travelling drama series. Miss Deep South. Sam is sent back in time to 1958 where, as a beauty-pageant contestant, he must help a roommate who is contemplating a life-changing decision. Repeat
Ed Docks of The Express looks at how the press have reported the past week's big news stories. Director Charles Kitchen
Series producer Christine Ruth
Return of the series that takes an in-depth look at international affairs.
Condemned to Live
During the brutal Rwandan civil war of 1994, the systematic rape of thousands ofTutsi women by the Hutu militia left many of the victims pregnant or infected with the virus that can cause Aids.
Tonight reporter Isabel Hilton investigates what happened to the babies born as a result of the atrocities. She also reveals how, five years on, Dativa and other Tutsi women from the village of Bicumbi are seeking justice against their attackers. See today's choices.
Producer Giselle Portenier ; Editor
Stephanie Hughes hosts the traditional celebration live from
London's Royal Albert Hall, with Andrew Davis conducting the BBC Symphony Orchestra.
Highlights include the overture to Nielsen's Opera Masquerade, arias with a devilish theme sung by Willard White , the UK premiere of Esa-Pekka Salonen 's Giro and Poulenc's Organ Concerto, with soloist Gillian Weir. Then, from 8.35pm, there are visits to Proms in the Park concerts taking place in London's Hyde Park, where Terry Wogan is the compere, Birmingham and Swansea. Coverage continues at 9pm on BBC1. The Albert Hall Prom can also be heard on Radio 3. See today's choices. Producer Andy King-Dabbs
Digital widescreen * Brian Kay 's Pick of the Week: page 42; Stephanie Hughes ,
Face behind the Voice: page
A celebration of the comedy sketch show that has spawned a host of outrageous characters and memorable catchphrases. See today's choices.
9.00 The Fast Show The first-ever edition, originally shown in 1996, begins a rerun of all three series. This programme introduced characters such as Unlucky Alf, Arthur Atkinson , and the Fat Sweaty Coppers.
With Paul Whitehouse , Charlie Higson , Mark Williams , John Thomson , Caroline Aherne ,
Simon Day and Arabella Weir. Directors John Birkin and Arch Dyson
Producers Charlie Higson. Paul Whitehouse Repeat Subtitled ........................ The series continues tomorrow at 9pm
9.35 Suit You, Sir! The Inside Leg of the Fast Show Documentary in which The Fast Show team reveal the stories behind the genesis of characters such as Ron Manager , thejazz-club host, and Rowley Birkin , QC. Plus insights into the show's success from devotees including
Vic Reeves , Bob Mortimer , Kathy Burke , Harry Enfield and Jonathan Ross. subtitled....
10.20 You Ain't Seen These, Right? A compilation of previously unseen Fast Show sketches featuring a host of familiar characters, including Ted and Ralph, Tommy Cockles , and Jesse, plus unseen comic creations such as Road Rage Richard, the King, and Mid Life
Crisis Man. Subtitled ...........
* A Little Bit Tasty ... : page 7
The Fast Show Night
Producer Alex Walsh-Taylor
Executive producer Anil Gupta
Vdeoplus code 9.00-11.00(not POC).
Comedy drama about adult relationships, directed by and starring Woody Allen
Also starring Mia Farrow
Jack and Sally shock friends Gabe and Judy Roth by announcing their separation. This leads the Roths to analyse their own relationship. Widescreen.
(1992.15) * See Films: pp 54-61 ****
Zero Mostel, Gene Wilder
Once the" " King of Broadway", producer Max Bialystock is now reduced to conning old ladies. Then his accountant suggests he stages a guaranteed flop. Director Mel Brooks (1968. PG)
* See Rims: pp 54-61 ****
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