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6.05 Modelling in the Motor Industry
6.30 News and the Democratic Agenda?
7.00 Television to Call Our Own
7.30 Difference on Screen
With Bill Turnbull, Sian Williams. Weather update at 8.25.
Technology's influence on historical research. i70i4
Vicki Butler-Henderson becomes a space tourist.
How holiday choices can affect the environment.
A look at a conspiracy against Queen Elizabeth I.
Chef Gordon Ramsay on 15th-century cooking.
A profile of deaf advocate Gloria Pullen. With sign language and in-vision subtitles.
. Repeated on Tuesday at 4.05am on BBC1
Guest chef Anna Venturi 's dishes include penne pasta with a speedy tomato-and-vodka sauce. Plus an episode of The Naked Chef and, from the 1970s, The Galloping Gourmet Director Jacqui Dales ; Series producer Sara Kozak WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/food
Live coverage from the World Cross-country championships in Dublin, featuring the women's 8km event. Plus the men's
4km. Steve Cram and Brendan Foster commentate.
Producer Helen Kuttner ; Editor Jim Bentley More tomorrow at 1.35pm
Animated double bill in which the teenage terror tries to get fit, and then decides not to eat anything that has a face.
More tomorrow 12.10pm
Excerpt from the One Foot in the Past series.
Saturday Matinée musical, beginning a season of Oscar winners. Starring
Deborah Kerr and Yul Brynner. Strongwilled Anna arrives at the court of Siam to teach western manners and the English language.
Widescreen. Review page 51. Director Walter Lang (1956. U)
Wall Street is tomorrow at 10.45pm
In advance of a new series
(beginning Monday at 8.35pm), last season's final episode.
Water Park. Malcolm fights with brother Reese.
Live coverage of the world's richest horse race, the ten-furlong Dubai World Cup, from the Nad Al Sheba course.
Presented by Clare Balding and Willie Carson , with commentary from Jim McGrath. Dubai highlights tomorrow at 3pm
Classic comedy starring Harry H Corbett and Wilfrid Brambell.
A bitterly cold night sees the arrival of two mysterious crooks.
With guest star Leonard Rossiter.
It opened 70 years ago and was for a long time the world's tallest building. This film relates the history of the Empire State, talking to those who worked on its construction, including 93-year-old ex-steelworker Jack Lundberg.
Director Jonathan Gili ; Editor Laurence Rees
The series in which key players recall the revolution in British contemporary art ends by focusing on the stir caused by the Sensation exhibition at the Royal Academy. As stars from the fashion and music worlds got involved, London became one of art's epicentres, a feeling emphasised by the opening of the Tate Modern.
Director/Producer Vanessa Engle Rptd 11.55pm on BBC4
Wigmore Abbey. Best known as Boycie in Only Fools and Horses, John Challis is now the owner of Wigmore Abbey in Herefordshire. Dan Cruickshank, Carenza Lewis and Anna Bennett take up the challenge of finding out for the actor if there is any truth in the local legend that
Roger Mortimer , the building's owner in medieval times and the man behind the murder of Edward II, is buried in the garden. Director Tim Dunn ; Executive producer Basil Comely
Zoe Ball hosts the quiz in which two teams of former pupils from the same school are tested on their cultural knowledge of the year in which they left formal education. Class of 1982. Ex-pupils from King Edward's school in Sheffield are reunited, with music from Bad Manners.
Director Geraldine Dowd ; Producer Robin Ashbrook
Des Lynam , Jimmy Hill and Martin Clunes guest in an episode that features Michael Paine , the Slobs, and the Self
Righteous Brothers. With Paul Whitehouse and Kathy Burke. Director John Stroud ; Producer Harry Thompson
Drama set in Glasgow in the 1970s. To overcome the guilt of accidentally killing his friend, 12-year-old James dreams of a new life in the country. But his dream begins to seem less and less attainable. Widescreen. Review page 51. Director Lynne Ramsay (1999, 15)
Anne Marie Lynne:
Tattoo. A collaboration between choreographer Miranda Pennell and the band and soldiers of the Light Division.
Director Miranda Pennell
Second in a three-part series recording the mobile-phone conversations of a group of Londoners. Boyfriends. As Valentine's Day looms, stand-up comedian Shappi agonises over her relationship, while Stephen, the boss of an upmarket gay dating agency, looks for love.
Directors/Producers Jenny Byrom , Emma Davie , Katie Isaacs
Documentary following a group of Palestinians from the West Bank and Gaza Strip on a three-day organised tour through Israel in 1999. For many, this is a first visit to Israel, while others take the chance to see homes they lost when they went into exile. Director Ra'anan Alexandrowicz; Series editor Nick Fraser
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