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6.10 Relationships (S)
7.00 Out of Development? (S)
The Leopard's Spots. The truth about how the leopard got his sleek, spotty coat.
Two young women find out whether they've got "the right stuff" to fly a helicopter.
Space scientist Colin Pillinger shares his love of cartoons, both ancient and modern. (W)
A series of French animations for young learners. (R)
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Animated fantasy adventures. (R)
Cartoon fun with the errant boy. (R) (S)
Live-action comedy drama showing in 13 parts about a girl who finds an opal with magic powers. (R) (S)
Neri and Mera have been reunited, but Mera has some trouble adjusting to life on Neri's island. (R) (S)
Cartoon characters guide viewers through world history, this week looking at tyrants.
Live-action series about a teenage alien who is stranded on Earth.
The Liverpool and England striker gives tips on tackling opposing players effectively. (R) (S)
Nerve. Crichton tries to locate life-saving tissue for Aeryn, who has been wounded by Larraq.
Shown last Monday (S)
TV host Richard Blackwood talks to Jayne Middlemiss about his musical ambitions. Fat Les meet Jamie Theakston. (S) (W)
Love at First Fight. Work suffers when one of Vivian's students starts dating Will. (R) (S) Another episode is on Monday at 6.20pm
Presenter Shaun Ley considers the implications for London of recent political events. REGIONAL PROGRAMME
With Steve Rider and Ray Stubbs. 130,5.20 Motorcycling Suzi Perry introduces the fourth round of the World Superbike championship, from Donington Park. Four-times champion Carl Fogarty is sidelined with a broken arm, leaving the opposition jostling to extract maximum advantage. Leigh Diffey and Steve Parrish commentate.
2.05 Golf Coverage from the Belfry of the final round of the International Open, a tournament that offers a useful early form guide for next year's Ryder Cup. Commentators are Peter Alliss , Alex Hay , Ken Brown , Dougie Donnelly , Mike Hughesdon ,
Beverly Lewis and Julian Tutt. (S) Racing News of today's racing from Longchamp, featuring the French 1,000 and 2,000 Guineas. Jim McGrath commentates.
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Editor Carl Hicks (W)
828 or Not B2B? The e-commerce revolution is entering a , new phase, as the golden catchphrase B2C (business to j consumer, or retailing over the internet) is replaced bynew ! buzzword B2B (business to business). As the world's largest companies band togetherto form huge internet exchanges handling vast quantities of purchasing and making big savings, their smaller suppliers will find this new technology promises much tougher times to come. Nils Blythe reports.
I Producer Thea Guest ; Editor Diarmuid Jeffreys (S) ! As The Money Programme is topical, its subject matter may change
Gravity. A shuttle carrying Tuvok, Paris and the Doctor is j pulled into a collapsing sinkhole and crashes in a deserted wasteland where an alien woman is also trapped. (S)Star Trek: Deep Space Nine is on Wednesday at 6.45pm
Continuing the weekly arts strand. Ends 9.00.
Editor Peter Maniura
Review Writer and journalist Natasha Walter , Professor
John Carey and film critic Mark Kermodejoin Mark Lawson to discuss the week's major cultural events, including
Ridley Scott 's new film Gladiator, starring Russell Crowe. Series producer Mark Bell : Executive producer Mary Sackville-West (S) (W)
8.00 Tate Modem The stories behind the art at the new gallery. !
The Enemy Within. The Tate Modem is home to some of the 20th century's most provocative art, including Carl Andre 's notorious Equivalent VIII, the pile of bricks that caused a storm when purchased by the Tate in 1972, and a replica of Marcel Duchamp 's infamous 1917 urinal exhibit Fountain.
The latest generation of young British artists to shock and challenge the establishment with their work includes Jake Chapman , who in this film unravels Duchamp's legacy within the Tate's collection and explores the different ways museums treat subversive works of art.
Producer Simon Chu : Executive producer Keith Alexander (S) (W)
Actress Sheila Hancock is among the panellists joining Ian Hislop , Paul Merton and Angus Deayton on the topical quiz. Shown last Friday (S) (W)
Rowan Atkinson , Pamela Stephenson , Griff Rhys Jones and Mel Smith star in satirical sketches from the four series. Directors Geoff Posner and Bill Wilson ; Producers Sean Hardie and John Lloyd (R) (S)
A double bill of films beginning a new season of cult movies from the dark side of life, introduced by Mark Cousins. (S)
- Blood and Wine
Crime drama starring Jack Nicholson , Stephen Dorff and featuring Michael Caine. Miami wine merchant Alex Gates hatches a plan with a seedy British crook to steal a million-dollar diamond necklace from a customer. Widescreen.
Director Bob Rafelson (1996. 15) (S) (W) Film of the week: page 53 ***
Crime drama starring Alain Delon , the original film version of Patricia Highsmith 's novel The Talented MrRipley.
Tom Ripley travels to Europe to ask an old friend to return to his j US family. In French with English subtitles. Ends 1.30am.
Director René Clement (1960, PG) Rims: pp 60-64 ****
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Exam Revision 2.00 GCSE Bitesize: English (part 3) (S) Languages 4.00 The French Experience (parts 1-4) -language lessons for learners. With in-vision subtitles.
Count Me In 5.00 Dynamo Maths for Parents
Open University 6.00 Animated English: the Creature Comforts Story 676416.30 Rich Mathematical Activities. Ends 7am. (S)