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6.00 Getting It Right Subtitled 20831 6.30 Chardin and the Still Life
6.55 Never Mind the Quality?
MIDI Art. A body glove provides the interface between artist Laetitia Sonami and computerised music. Repeat
Coming Home to Banaba. Former citizens of a tiny Pacific island return to see the devastation wrought by 80 years of phosphate mining. Repeat ...................
DJ Mike Read talks to Peter Curran about poet Rupert Brooke. Repeat ............
A honeymooning couple enjoy a dream holiday in Mexico. (Repeat)
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Boy-and-girl band S Club 7, pop group Sixpence None the Richer and US soul chart-toppers Divine are today's musical guests. Presenters Kate Heavenor, Chris Jarvis and Tim Vincent also catch up with Paul Hendy from ITV's Don't Try This at Home, and Toyah Willcox, star of the drama Barmy Aunt Boomerang, which starts on Thursday at 4.20pm on BBC1. Plus cartoon fun from Taz-mania, underwater action in Ocean Odyssey, a look at film releases in Real Review and more comedy capers in Zone Two.
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1970: I Am What I Am
An eight-year-old is among the thalidomide children awarded damages by a court. 1971: The Troubles
A bomb in Belfast changes a 13-year-old boy's life.
Sixpence None the
A new six-part series, showing as part of the BBC's Get Your Kit On campaign, in which the Liverpool and England striker passes on football tips with boys and girls from the Futebol de Salao Brazilian Soccer School in Leeds.
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Introduced by Steve Rider from Nairn.
Golf Comprehensive live coverage from Nairn in Highland of both the foursome and singles matches on the final day of the biennial Walker Cup. The singles matches will decide the destination of the cup as the best amateur players from Great Britain and Ireland, which include British champion Graeme Storm , hope that home advantage can hel p them to reclaim the trophy that was lost to the Americans in 1997. Commentary is provided by Peter Alliss , Alex Hay ,
Howard Clark , Mike Hughesdon , Beverly Lewis and Dougie Donnelly.
Racing From France, coverage of the trial races for next month's prestigious Prix de I'Arc de Triomphe. The Prix Niel
(3.45), run over the same distance of a mile and a half, is seen as an accurate form guide, a point illustrated by the fact that last year's Arc champion, Sagamix, ridden by Olivier Peslier , won the Niel beforehand. The other races are the Prix
Foy (2.10) and Prix Vermeille (3.15), both of which are also overa a mile and a half.
Commentary by Jim McGrath. Digital widescreen
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6.00 Vis-a-Vis. Paris averts a disaster when he recognises a prototype alien ship. But the craft's pilot has a sinister agenda. At 6.45 The Omega Directive Sensor readings reveal the presence of a highly unstable molecule that could destroy subspace in an entire quadrant Code for 6.45-7.30 ..................... Code for 6.00-7.30 (not PDC) The Next Generation - Wednesday 6.45pm
Evan Davis concludes his exploration of significant trends that could confront policy-makers in the next century.
The Good Life. Michael Jacobs of the Fabian Society argues that although Britain has become more prosperous, it has sacrificed quality of life. People, he believes, are working too hard, buying too many useless luxuries and destroying the environment.
Producer Un Solomon; Series producer
Last in the documentary series examining over a century of pride, passion and conflict, both on and off the playing field. The New Game. In 1995, rugby union became the last major sport to to lose its exclusively amateur status. Yet it was ill prepared for the change. This edition traces rugby union's painful road to professionalism and uncovers the secret that was ever prevalent in this most amateur of games - money. Narrated by Jonathan Pryce. Series producer Dafydd Llyr James Executive producer Phil George
Digital widescreen BBC VIDEO: The History of English Rugby Union, price £12.99, from retailers
Personal accounts of being broke. Doreen. A pensioner talks about how she survives on income support by cooking corned beef in eight different ways.
Director/Producer Alexandra Scott
Unlucky Alf, the Fat Sweaty
Coppers and Bob Fleming the coughing TV sensation are among the characters that surface in this repeated episode from the first series.
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The irreverent music series returns, with guests including Sister Bliss from Faithless and Martin Fry , lead singer with ABC. Shown last Friday
First World War drama, based on the novel by Pat Barker , starring
James Wilby , Jonny Lee Miller 1917: psychiatrist Dr William Rivers begins to question his training when charged with healing the mentally wounded, only to return them to the front. His doubts increase when poet Siegfried Sassoon is declared shell-shocked for making an anti-war declaration.
Director Gillies MacKinnon (1997, 15)
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Dr William Rivers:
Psychological thriller starring Theresa Russell
Marie, about to confess to adultery, is shocked to see her husband killed in a boating accident. But his corpse disappears from the morgue, and Marie begins to doubt whether he is really dead.
Director Nicolas Roeg (1992, 15)
# See Films: pp 54-61 ***
Followed by Weatherview
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2.00 Explorers LANGUAGES
4.00 The French Experience (1-4) - with subtitles. BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 Computers Don't Bite
77936 5.30 20 Steps to Better Management OPEN UNIVERSITY
5.45 A Migrant's Heart 4795416 6.10 Musical Prodigies? Subtitled 4821481 6.35-7.00am
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