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: BBC Music Live

Today's first sequence of Music
Live programmes, featuring performances from both home and abroad. Ends 9.15am. See Choice.
Diane Louise Jordan introduces some overnight highlights. (W)
6.15 Pop Gospel From the Union Chapel in Islington, north London. Janey Lee Grace and Aled Jones present the London Community Gospel Choir and guests, including Sam Brown and the House ofZekkariyas (alias Womack andWomack). (W)
7.00 TotsTime- Live Children from around the UK sing favourite songs.
With Richard McCourt. (W)
7.30 Smart on the Road The music room of a school in Cumbria is given a makeover. Presented by Kirsten O'Brien , Mark Speight , Jay Burridge and Bizi Lizi. (S) (W)
8.00 Together through Music Children from Cheshire and Soweto in South Africa come together via satellite in a celebration of African and European music. Presented by John Craven and Audrey Brown. (S)
8.30 Diane Louise Jordan with a guide to the day ahead, plus Simon Callow with an insight into The Marriage of Figaro, which follows. (W)
8.40FigaroLive Thefirstoffouracts in Mozart's Marriage of Figaro, the plot of which unfolds overthe course of a day. It's the wedding morning of Count Almaviva's valet, Figaro, and Susanna, the countess's chambermaid. Act Two follows at 11am. For cast see
Act Three at 6.45pm. Music Live coverage continues on BBC1.
Directors Trevor Hampton and Matthew Richardson ; Producer Frances Whitaker
(S) (W) Music: page 45

Contributors

Introduces: Diane Louise Jordan
Introduces: Aled Jones
Unknown: Sam Brown
Unknown: Richard McCourt.
Presented By: Kirsten O'Brien
Presented By: Mark Speight
Presented By: Jay Burridge
Presented By: Bizi Lizi.
Presented By: John Craven
Presented By: Audrey Brown.
Unknown: Diane Louise Jordan
Unknown: Simon Callow
Directors: Trevor Hampton
Directors: Matthew Richardson
Producer: Frances Whitaker

: Pingu

Ends 10.35. Animated tales. (R)

: Little Bear

Animation. (R)

: Teletubbies

Lighthouse. The
Tubbies watch children whose father is a lighthouse keeper. (R) (S)

: Tweenies

Space. The Tweenies make their own solar system.
Shown last Monday BBC1 (S) (W)

: Harry and the Hendersons

US series about a family who take in a friendly monster. (S)

: BBC Music Live

Ends 11.55.
Figaro Live In Act Two of The
Marriage of Figaro, a plan to thwart the count begins to take shape.
Continues 6.45pm. (S) (W)
11.40 Including pop tips from the stars and a progress report on Trevor Horn 's challenge. Coverage continues on BBC1. (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Trevor Horn

: Holiday Snaps

Visits to Cornwall, Devon and Bronte country.

: Modern Times

A Passion for Pedigree. A film looking at pedigree dog shows and the British obsession with dog-breeding. (R) (S)

: Golf

Live coverage of the final round of the PGA championship. Last year, Colin Montgomerie carded a final round 64 to equal the course record and take the title for the second year running.
Introduced by Steve Rider , with commentary from Peter Alliss , Alex Hay , Ken Brown ,
Mike Hughesdon , Beverly Lewis , Mark Roe , Dougie Donnelly. (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Colin Montgomerie
Introduced By: Steve Rider
Unknown: Peter Alliss
Unknown: Alex Hay
Unknown: Ken Brown
Unknown: Mike Hughesdon
Unknown: Beverly Lewis
Unknown: Mark Roe
Unknown: Dougie Donnelly.

: Steptoe and Son

A 1962 episode of the rag-and-bone comedy starring Harry H Corbett and Wilfrid Brambell.
Written by Ray Gaiton and Alan Simpson
(BW) (R) (S)
Subsequent programmes may change due to live events

Contributors

Unknown: Harry H Corbett
Written By: Ray Gaiton
Written By: Alan Simpson

: BBC Music Live

An evening of programmes as the Music Live weekend reaches its conclusion. Ends 10.10pm. See Choice.
John Inverdale introduces highlights of today's events, including songs performed by some of pop's top names at
London's famous Abbey Road studios. (S)
6.45 Rgaro Live Act Three of The Marriage of Figaro. After Figaro reveals he was kidnapped as a baby, the court case against him is decided. With the BBC Singers and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, conducted by Martin Andre.
(S) (W) Music: page 45
7.25 Kennedy on Sark A performance by violinist Kennedy on the Channel Island of Sark, after which he named his son. Director Rena Butterworth ; Producer Serena Cross (S) (W) Music: page 45
7.40 Children for Peace In the courtyard of Somerset House by the RiverThames, the London Community Gospel Choir accompany the likes of Boy George and Womack and Womack. Director John L Spencer ; Producer Chris Whatmough (S) (W)
8.05 Tony Bennett The legendary vocalist celebrates the mellow side of jazz music in this live concert from the picturesque grounds of Leeds Castle in Kent.
Director Tim Van Someren ; Executive producer Mark Hagen (S) (W)
, 8.25 Voices of the North At Newcastle Arena, Richard Hickox conducts massed choirs, plus the Opera North Chorus, the English Northern Philharmonia and soloists Thomas Allen , Dennis O'Neill , Inva Mula and Louise Winter.
Director Geoff Posner ; Producer Chris Marshall (S) (W)
9.00 Figaro Live In the final act, Figaro believes Susanna is unfaithful and plans his revenge. (S) (W)
9.30 Cathedral Carmina A light show from Salisbury Cathedral in Wiltshire, with rousing music from Carl Orff 's Carmina Burana. Robert Ziegler conducts the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra and Salisbury Festival Chorus.
Director/Producer Jonathan Fulford (S) (W)
9.40 Jools at Blshopstock Music Festival Jools Holland and his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra bring the curtain down upon this major blues festival held near Exeter, Devon.
Director Gavin Taylor ; Producer Mark Cooper (S) (W)
10.00 BBC2 joins BBC1 and BBC radio services as participants and audiences in today's musical events join forces to sing Lou Reed 's Perfect Day. (S) (W)

Contributors

Introduces: John Inverdale
Conducted By: Martin Andre.
Director: Rena Butterworth
Producer: Serena Cross
Director: John L Spencer
Producer: Chris Whatmough
Unknown: Tony Bennett
Director: Tim van Someren
Producer: Mark Hagen
Unknown: Richard Hickox
Soloists: Thomas Allen
Soloists: Dennis O'Neill
Soloists: Louise Winter.
Director: Geoff Posner
Producer: Chris Marshall
Unknown: Carl Orff
Unknown: Robert Ziegler
Producer: Jonathan Fulford
Unknown: Jools Holland
Director: Gavin Taylor
Producer: Mark Cooper
Unknown: Lou Reed
Susanna: Jenny Grahn (soprano)
Figaro: Andrew Slater (baritone)
Countess Almaviva: Jane Leslie MacKenzie (soprano)
Count Almaviva: Peter Sidhom (baritone)
Marcellina: Kate Flowers (soprano)
Cherubino: Tara Harrison (soprano)
Dr Bartolo: Geoffrey Moses (bass)
Don Basilio: Peter Bronder (tenor)
Barbarina: Nadia Staden (soprano)
Antonio: Gwion Thomas (baritone)
Don Curzio: Kevin West (tenor)

: Quiz Show

Drama starring John Turturro , Rob Morrow and Ralph Fiennes. TV quiz-show champion Herbie Stempel determines to expose the corruption within the network. Widescreen.
Director Robert Redford (1994, 15) (S) (W) Film of the week: page 51 *****

Contributors

Unknown: John Turturro
Unknown: Rob Morrow
Unknown: Ralph Fiennes.
Unknown: Herbie Stempel
Director: Robert Redford
Herbie Stempel: John Turturro
Dick Goodwin: Rob Morrow
Charles Van Doren: Ralph Fiennes
Mark Van Doren: Paul Scofield
Dan Enright: David Paymer
Albert: Freedman Hankazaria
Jack Barry: Christopher McDonald
Toby Stempel: Johann Carlo
Dorothy Van Doren: Elizabeth Wilson
Sponsor: Martin Scorsese

: Trade Secrets

Using ice cubes to water hanging baskets is one of the tips as professional gardeners reveal tricks oftheirtrade. Director lain MacDonald (R) (S)

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 The Write to Choose - encouraging children to write creatively. (S) 50818 1.00 Serjeant Musgrave at the Court 24566 1.30 Following a Score (S)
Secondary Schools 2.00 Expressive Arts Sportsbank Clips (S) Languages 4.00 Spain Inside Out (parts 1-2) Working in Retail 5.00 Guide to Careers
Open University 6.00 Informer, Eduquer, Divertir? 40130 6.30 Matisse and the Problem of Expression Ends 7am. (S)








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