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6.00 We the Peoples Democracy and the UN (S)
6.30 Open Advice Staying on Course (S)
6.55 Cyberwar (S)
Fire. How Professor Stephen Scott gets paid to play with fire. (S) (W)
The Science of Foot and Mouth Precautions that can be taken to stop the spread of this disease. (R) (S) (W)
The Riddle of the Tay Bridge
Disaster. A look at the reasons behind the 1877 tragedy.
(R) (S) (W)
The Prince of Atlantis
Djinn is attacked. (R)(S)
An evil pirate captain comes ashore to hunt for buried treasure. (R) (S)
Adventures of the friendly cartoon ghost. (R) (S)
9.30 Big Wolf on Campus
Professor Flugelhoff has his own agenda when he offers to cure Tommy's werewolf problem. (S)
9.55 Travel Bug
The series concludes as the Duncan family head deep into the Amazon jungle. (S)
10.25 Byker Grove
Joe is out for revenge, while Matt fights back. Written by Brian B Thompson
Writer (Byker Grove):
Feuding aliens board the Enterprise. (R) (S)
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Music show, presented by Josie d'Arby and Joe Mace.
Series producer Gary August: Executive producer Paul Smith (S) (W) E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Presented by Hazel Irvine and Clare Balding.
1.05 Sailing Round-the-world yachtswoman Ellen MacArthur tackles the Atlantic Challenge, where seven boats compete over short sprint legs around
Europe, combined with two tough Atlantic crossings. Commentary by Richard Simmonds.
1.45,2.10 Rowing Coverage of the last day of the world championships from Lucerne, where the highlight is the final of the men's eight. The British crew won Olympic gold in Sydney and they will be hopeful of adding the world title. Garry Herbert , Dan Topolski and Gillian Lindsay commentate.
2.10 Racing Three races from Goodwood at 2.15, 2.45 and featuring the 3.15 seven furlong Prestige Stakes.
Commentary comes from Jim McGrath , Willie Carson and Angus Loughran.
3.25 Show Jumping Action from the last day at Hickstead, featuring the famous Derby, where the world's best negotiate the arena's daunting obstacles. Michael Tucker and Stephen Hadley commentate. (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/sport
Ellen MacArthur 's view: page 17
Penguin Shores. The series rerun concludes with a journey along the dramatic coasts of South America, from the cold water of the Falklands to the tropical Galapagos. The cold current creates the world's richest fisheries, and supports dolphins, killer whales, sea lions, albatross and the only sea-going lizard on earth. The animals that are everywhere, however, are penguins, who live in surprising locations, from the lush forest to bone-dry desert and even on the equator. Producer Tim Scoones ; Series producer Karen Bass (R) (S) (W) BBC PRODUCTS: book, Andes to Amazon: a Guide to Wild South America, price £20; plus CD of soundtrack available from retailers
Beginning a four-part series unearthing the links between daily life and the workings of the global economy.
The Cappuccino Trail. In the UK, a cup of coffee could cost you L3, yet the farmers who grow the raw green coffee beans might earn less than a penny a cup. This week's programme looks at the quest for the perfect cappuccino which links the poor farmers of Peru and the global weather effect to Wall Street trading pits and fickle consumer tastes. Director Jeremy Newson ; Executive producer Gina Newson (S) (W) Unfair trading: page 15
Concluding the repeat run of the landmark series about the Second World War, narrated by Laurence Olivier. Twenty million Russians, five million Germans, six million Jews and three million people from Japan, America, Britain and the Commonwealth died during the war. The world would never be the same again. (R) (S) WEBSITE: [web address removed]
BBC History Magazine: available monthly, price Â£2.95
Western. Jim Douglas is a man with a mission to avenge the death of his wife. It takes him on an eventful trail following the men he believes are responsible - four dangerous outlaws. Widescreen. Review page 50.
Director Henry King (1958. PG) (S) (W)
The acknowledged guru of psychedelic drugs, Timothy Leary claimed to have learnt more about himself the first time he ate magic mushrooms than in all his years as a psychologist. Described as "the most dangerous man in America" by the judge who imprisoned him in 1970, his mission was to turn America on to psychedelics. This programme explores the motives, morals and influences of the man who urged a generation to "turn on, tune in, drop out", and became demonised in the process.
1 I Drama set in rural Kentucky. Lonely ten-year-old Devon, who lives with her socially obsessed parents in an upscale
' ' housing development, strikes up a friendship with college drop-out Trent who works as a "lawn dog" mowing the estate's grass. Widescreen. Review page 53.
Director John Duigan (1997.15) (S) (W)
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Inside Islam 2.00 Faces of Islam (S)
Languages 4.00 Discovering Portuguese (parts 1-2); French on a Plate Lyon and Savoie
Working In IT 5.00 Communication and Problem Solving Open University 6.00 English, English Everywhere (S)
6.30 Children and New Technology (S)