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: Open University

Repeats are not indicated.

6.10 Kedleston Hall (S)

6.35 Looking at What Happens in Hospital (S)

7.00 Food - Whose Choice Is It Anyway? (S)

7.30 Glasgow 1998 - Supporting the Arts (S)

: Weekend 24

News roundup with Bill Turnbull and Sian Lloyd.
Weather at 8.25. (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Bill Turnbull
Unknown: Sian Lloyd.

: Well connected

Examining cyber art and virtual exhibitions.

: The Ad Factor

The final stage of an advertising campaign. (R) (S) (W)

: Well Connected

How jamming online helps unite global music. (R)

: Big Money In Kentucky

How two US lobby groups tried to influence the result of a US race for Congress. (R) (S)

: Open Advice Shorts

Goalkeeper Steve Harper and Bobby Robson tackle the subject of feedback. (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Harper
Unknown: Bobby Robson

: See Hear on Saturday

Teams from the Jewish Deaf
Association and Surbiton compete in the first semi-final of the See Hearquiz. With sign language and in-vision subtitles. Repeated Wed 2am. BBC1 (W)

: The Sky at Night

Evolving Universe - Beginnings Patrick Moore takes a back-to-basics look at cosmology.
Shown last Sun on BBC1 (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Patrick Moore

: Holiday Snaps

Another popular holiday spot caught on camera. (S)

: Stingray

Tom Thumb Tempest. Troy and pais are cut down to size when Stingray emerges from a strange fish tank. (R) (S)

: Natural World

Beetlemania. A look at the diversity of the beetle, which has now been found to yield promising new medicines.
(R) (S)

: A Double Life ***

Crime drama, first in today's Saturday Matinée Shelley
Winters double bill. Starring
Ronald Colman. A Broadway actor becomes increasingly dominated by the characters he portrays on stage until madness and murder threaten to destroy him. Review page 55.
Director George Cukor (1947. PG)
(BW) (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Ronald Colman.
Director: George Cukor

: The Treasure of PanchoVilla **

Western concluding today's Saturday Mat/nee Shelley Winters double bill. Also starring Rory Calhoun. At the height of the Mexican
Revolution, an adventurer and a guerrilla leader seize gold from a Federal train and are pursued by government troops. Review page 55.
Director George Sherman (1955. U)
(S)

Contributors

Unknown: Rory Calhoun.
Director: George Sherman

: TOTP 2

Archive performances from Gene Pitney , the Nolans, the Bangles and Baz Luhrmann.
Shown last Wednesday (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Gene Pitney
Unknown: Baz Luhrmann.

: To Hell and Back ***

Biographical war drama. Having spent his childhood in poverty in Texas, the young Murphy is turned down as physically unsuitable by the marines and the US Navy. Undeterred, he fights on to become the most decorated American soldier in the Second World War. Widescreen. Review page 55.
Director Jesse Hibbs (1955. PG) (S) (W)

Contributors

Director: Jesse Hibbs
Audie Murphy: Audie Murphy
Johnson: Marshall Thompson
Brandon: Charles Drake
Lt Manning: Gregg Palmer
Kerrigan: Jack Kelly
Valentino: Paul Picerni
Maria: Susan Kohner
Kovak: Richard Castle

: Rigoletto - Live from the Royal Opera House

In the centenary year of Giuseppe Verdi 's death,
James Naughtie introduces from Covent Garden a live performance of Rigoletto, the ROH debut of the young Scottish director David McVicar who is working alongside long-time Verdi conductor Edward Downes. Also broadcast on Radio 3.
One of Verdi's masterpieces, Rigoletto tells the dark and powerful story of revenge, seduction and tragedy, and is filled with some of his most celebrated music, from Gilda's rapturous vision of love, Caro nome, to the chauvinistic La donna e mobile. At the centre of the story is Rigoletto himself, the hunchbacked court jester at the court of the Duke of Mantua. Sung in Italian with English subtitles.
During the interval, Charles Hazlewood explores the success of Verdi's work, visiting Venice where Rigoletto was premiered in 1851, while David McVicar discusses his interpretation of Rigoletto and its relevance to society today.
Director Sue Judd : Producer Frances Whitaker (W) Victorious Verdi: page 22
Subsequent programmes may run late in

Contributors

Unknown: Giuseppe Verdi
Introduces: James Naughtie
Director: David McVicar
Conductor: Edward Downes.
Unknown: Charles Hazlewood
Unknown: David McVicar
Director: Sue Judd
Producer: Frances Whitaker
Rigoletto: Paolo Gavanelli (baritone)
Duke of Mantua: Marcelo Alvarez (tenor)
Gilda: Christine Schafer (soprano)
Sparafucile: Eric Halfvarson (bass)
Maddalena: Graciela Araya (soprano)
Giovanna: Elizabeth Sikora (mezzo-Soprano)
Marullo: Quentin Hayes (bass)
Monterone: Giovan Battista Parodi (tenor)
Borsa: Peter Auty (tenor)
Count Ceprano: Graeme Broadbent (bass)
Countess Ceprano: Dervla Ramsay (mezzo)
Usher: Nigel Cliffe (tenor)
Page: Andrea Hazell (mezzo)

: Tennis

Coverage of the crucial Davis Cup doubles match between Great Britain and Ecuador. Tim Henman and Greg Rusedski may well pair up following their performances in yesterday's singles, or Wimbledon hero and doubles specialist
Barry Cowan could step in. The Lapentii brothers await, this time on their more familiar clay rather than grass and cheered on by a home crowd hoping their team can secure a crucial lead ahead of tomorrow's deciding singles.
Commentary from John Barrett , David Mercer and John Lloyd. Introduced by Sue Barker with Peter Fleming.
Coverage tomorrow is at 3.45pm in Sunday Grandstand.
Producers Paul Davies and Helen Kuttner (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Greg Rusedski
Unknown: Barry Cowan
Unknown: John Barrett
Unknown: David Mercer
Unknown: John Lloyd.
Introduced By: Sue Barker
Unknown: Peter Fleming.
Producers: Paul Davies
Producers: Helen Kuttner

: Short Cuts

Robert Altman 's episodic drama featuring a string of Hollywood stars. Marital infidelities, sexual jealousy, sudden death, accidental and deliberate bereavement, disappointment, failure, violence - all are found in the disparate but interlinked lives of a group of Los Angeles inhabitants. Widescreen.
(1993.18) (S) (W) Film of the week: page 51

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Altman
Ann Finnigan: Andie MacDowell
Howard Finnigan: Bruce Davison
Paul Finnigan: Jack Lemmon
Marian Wyman: Julianne Moore
Dr Ralph Wyman: Matthew Modine
Claire: Kane Annearcher
Stuart Kane: Fred Ward
Lois Kaiser: Jennifer Jason Leigh
Jerry Kaiser: Christopher Penn
Bill Bush: Robert Downey Jr
Sherri Shepard: Madeleine Stowe
Gene Shepard: Tim Robbins
Doreen Piggot: Lily Tomlin
Earl Piggot: Tom Waits
Stormy Weathers: Peter Gallagher
Betty Weathers: Frances McDormand
Andy Bitkower: Lyle Lovett
Vem Miller: Huey Lewis

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated. WEBSITE: www.brjc.co.uk/learningzone Dynamo Key Stage 1 Numeracy








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