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6.00 We the Peoples - Democracy and the UN (S) 34310 6.30
Towards a Better Life
Coders. A composer gets deep down into the digits to make music.
The Long Childhood.
Jacob Bronowski reviews all the ideas j he has explored in the series so far. (R)
A beginners' course. (R)
BBC Course Packs: Talk French book. Â£6.99; book and cassette pack. Â£14.99
Ends 11.00.Polar-bear animated antics. (R) (S)
More mischief j with the rebellious boy. (R) (S)
Comedy-drama about a girl who finds a life-altering opal. (R) (S)
Neri is getting impatient to start the search for the syncronium. (R) (S)
Animation. The Mask and the Lieutenant are apparently killed in an explosion. (R) (S)
Allen is split between his human and alien form.
Striptease for Two. Will and Carlton decide to take a job stripping at a party. (R) (S) Another episode tomorrow at 6.20pm
A look at the extreme sport of kite surfing - riding a surfboard while holding onto a power kite. (S)
Radio 1 DJ Emma B presents a guide for students on how to make the most of exam results, decide what to do next, and enjoy life as a student.
Director John A Parry ; Producer Mary Fourt (S)(W) HELPLINE: call free on [number removed]. Lines open until 8pm today and from 10am to 6pm all week.
Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly host the game show in which two teams of five friends compete to win a dream holiday. (R) (S) (W)
Introduced by Hazel Irvine .
1.35 Racing Coverage from
Chicago of the Arlington Million, one of America's richest races which forms the third round of the Emirates World Series.
Commentary is from Jim McGrath.
1.45, 3.30 Golf: Women's Open Live coverage of the final round of the Women's British Open from Royal Birkdale. American
Sherri Steinhauerwill be looking to score a hat-trick of consecutive titles while Laura Davies will be hoping to become the first home winner since 1991. Peter Alliss , Alex Hay , Ken Brown , Beverly Lewis , Mickey Walker and Maureen Madill commentate.
3.00 Motorcycling Highlights of rounds 15 and 16 of the British Superbike championship from Knockhill. Commentary is by Barry Nutley and Steve Parrish.
5.50 News Roundup Results.
! TV presentation (golf) Barbara Slater and Paul Davies ; Editor Michael Cole
Sea Survival. Tonight, Ray Mears takes a look at the harsh wilderness of the sea, relating the story of shipwreck survivor Steve Callaghan who spent 76 days adrift in a life raft. Mears claims that the reason Callaghan survived for so long was that he had prepared for disaster.
Director Martin Pailthorpe ; Series producer Dick Colthurst (R) (S) (W)
11.59 Captain Janeway reminisces about the glories of her distant ancestor Shannon O'Donne !. As the story unravels, however, she uncovers some surprising revelations.
The original series of Star Trek continues on Wednesday at 6pm (S)
An episode from the fourth series of the classic comedy. Our Speaker Today.... Barbara engages in public service. Written by John Esmonde and Bob Larbey
Producer John Howard Davies (R) (S)
Concluding the documentary series on the history of money. The End or the Beginning? Peter Jay looks at the west's growing prosperity since the Second World War, and the disparity between this "success" and the fact that 80 per cent of the world's population live in poverty. A Tanzanian schoolteacher offers his view of life in the west and there's a look ahead to what society might be like 300 years from now. Producer Adam Salkeld ; Series editor Barbara Want (S) (W)
Decorators. A group of decorators reveal tricks of their trade including how to achieve a perfect paint finish.
Series producer Alexandra Fraser (R) (S) Alison Graham 's TV review: page 40
Documentary, showing as part of the Under the Sun series. Four years ago at the age of 18 Mamehisa Toriguchi left home supposedly to study architecture at university. Instead she entered the secretive world of the pleasure district to learn the arts of the geisha. The film follows Mamehisa as she prepares for the three-day graduation ceremony.
Director Mick Csaky ; Series editor David Pearson (S) (W) Alison Graham 's TV review: p40; Programme of the Week: p57
Continuing the rerun of the five-part documentary series following life and work in the Merseyside police force.
Deadly Lies. Thisweekthe murder squad arrest the prime suspect in the case of the man shot dead on Bonfire Night. The case appears to be solved until the arrested man's wife decides to tell her story. Contains strong language.
Producer Jenny Crowther ; Series producer David Hart (R) (S)
Another chance to see last Friday's episode of the comedy series about a large and chaotic Irish family.
Stardust. Kennedy is determined to win a talent contest. The series continues on Friday at 10pm (R) (S) (W)
Mariella Frostrup and guests review highlights of the second week of the Edinburgh Festival, including the New York City Ballet's first visit to Britain for 11 years. Producer Andrew Lockyer ; Executive producer May Miller
Edinburgh Comedy continues on Friday at 11.20pm (W)
Romantic drama showing as part of the Movieworld series. Two young lovers, Lai Yiu-Fai and Ho Po-Wing , arrive in Argentina from Hong Hong looking for adventure, but the trip strains their relationship. In Spanish, Cantonese and Mandarin with English subtitles. Widescreen. Ends 1.25am. Director Wong Kar-Wai (1997, 15) (Colour and BW) Rims: pp 48-53 ** *
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Teenagers and Families 2.00 Being a Teenager 1 Languages 4.00 French Journey (parti) Working Essentials 5.00 The Guide
Open University 6.00 Images of Disability (S) 73686 6.30 The Academy of Waste? Ends 7.00am. (S)