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6.05 The Art of the Restorer (S) 4491668 6.30 The Celebrated
Cyfarthfa Band (S) 2176043 6.55 Waving Not Drowning (S)
Revealing what happens when two galaxies collide. (R)
Mars. Colin Pillinger reports on the progress of the Beagle 2
Mars probe. (R) (W)
Dr Paul Nurse , director general of the Imperial Cancer Research Fund, talks about his love of astronomy. (R)
A series of French animations for young learners. (R)
BBC Course Packs: book and cassette pack, Â£8.99; double video pack, Â£14.99
Animated animal antics.
Prince is replaced by Bubba Bonebreaker. (R)
More mischief with the rebellious boy. (R) (S)
Comedy drama about a girl who finds a life-altering opal. (R) (S)
Last in the series of the drama about Neri, a mysterious girl from the ocean. (R) (S)
Cartoon characters guide viewers on a tour of history.
Dad wants to move the family to San Francisco - but there won't be room for Allen.
The Big Four Oh. Vivian celebrates a milestone birthday by enrolling in a dance class. (R) (S)
Shaun Ley considers the implications for the South East of recent political events. REGIONAL PROGRAMME
With Steve Rider in Glasgow and Sue Barker at Buckingham Palace.
12.10 Motorsport Rounds 13 and 14 of the British Touring Car title race at Croft, near Darlington. Charlie Cox and John Watson report.
1.00 Motorcycling Suzi Perry hosts rounds nine and ten of the British
Superbike championship from Snetterton. Commentators are
Barry Nutley and Roger Burnett.
1.30 Tennis Bjorn Borg and John McEnroe , whose 1980 Wimbledon final encounter is widely regarded as one of the finest matches ever, meet in this charity game live from Buckingham Palace in aid of the NSPCC. Barry Davies and Pat Cash comment on the action.
3.30,4.10 Athletics Live coverage from Glasgow, where Great Britain takes on the USA. The top-class field includes America's 100m world-record holder
Maurice Greene and, for Britain, young sprinters Jason Gardener and Ian Mackie , world champion hurdler Colin Jackson , and heptathlete Denise Lewis , who competes in the hurdles, high jump and shot put. David Coleman , Stuart Storey , Brendan Foster , Paul Dickenson and Steve Cram commentate.
3.55 Racing Clare Balding with live coverage from the Curragh of this year's Irish Derby. With commentary by Jim McGrath.
TV presentation Martin Webster (athletics) and Chris Lewis (tennis) (W)
Return Journey. To end this series, Maya Even travels through the City of London by river, looking back at some of the past year's top stories - including the rise and fall of the dotcoms, and the effects of a strong pound and rising interest rates on exporters and manufacturers. A new series begins in October. Producer Emma Jones ; Series editor Diarmuid Jeffreys (S) As The Money Programme is topical, its subject matter may change
Diane Louise Jordan is in London's Covent Garden, looking back at highlights of the past year's programmes. Featuring performances by percussionist Evelyn Glennie and country-and-western star Glen Campbell , plus gospel music from the Croydon Seventh Day Adventist Choir and Kingdom Choir. Music includes All over the World, Give Me Joy and Sing of the Lord's Goodness.
Producer Deborah Creaven ; Editor Hugh Faupel (S) (W)
The concluding part of the drama starring Beau Bridges.
The Dionne quintuplets have become a multi-million-dollar industry, but their lives are far from happy.
For cast see Saturday (R) (S) .
Another chance to see this documentary charting the career of the late diva Dusty Springfield, from Catholic schoolgirl to the superstar whose trademark look became famous around the world after hits such as You Don't Have to Say You Love Me and Son of a Preacher Man.
Fellow musicians, including Elton John, Burt Bacharach, Neil Tennant of Pet Shop Boys, Lulu and Martha Reeves, help to paint a portrait of the complex and vulnerable singer.
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In this final programme of the current series, the soprano is joined by some of the world's leading instrumentalists: pianist Leif Ove Andsnes , trumpeter Crispian Steele -
Perkins and saxophonist John Harle. Musical-theatre star Michael Ball is back, and there's music by Handel,
Tchaikovsky, Mozart, Lehar and Edith Piaf. See Choice.
Director Michael Leggo ; Producer Emma Cornish (S) (W)
An edition in the occasional arts documentary strand. Wisconsin Death Trip. Inspired by a book of the same name, film-maker James Marsh tells the haunting tale of murder, madness and suicide that took place behind the thin veil of respectability in small-town America at the end of the 19th century. Drawing on reports in the weekly newspaper, plus archive photographs and re-enactments of events, this film chronicles the tragedies that befell residents and neighbours of Black River Falls, Wisconsin. Director James Marsh : Series editor Anthony Wall
(BW and colour) (S) (W)
Mark Cousins introduces tonight's film. (S) (W) White of the Eye
Psychological thriller directed by Donald Cammell , starring David Keith and Cathy Moriarty. A series of savage murders in a small Arizona town lead detectives to question Paul White , a local audio systems engineerwho used to love hunting. As pressure grows on White, his wife learns some unpalatable truths linked to the past. Widescreen.
(1986. 18) (S) Films: pp 58-63 ***
US science-fiction tales.
Dark Matters. When a transport vessel enters a starless void, it discovers a lost starship - and an alien craft.
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Teenagers and Families 2.00 Today's Family 1 - looking at step-families, bereavement, fathers and divorce. Languages 4.00 Get By in Spanish (part 1)
Working In Hospitality 5.00 Computer Skills
Open University 6.00 An English Education (S) 22951 6.30 Developing Language Ends 7.00am. (S)