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: Breakfast

Presented by Bill Tumbull and Mishal Husain.

Contributors

Presented By: Bill Tumbull
Presented By: Mishal Husain.

: Weekend 24

Up-to-the minute news stories. With Bill Tumbull.

Contributors

Unknown: Bill Tumbull.

: Friends for Dinner

Ainsley Harriott dreams up a tasty oriental challenge for foodie and self-confessed Ainsley fanatic Jason.

: Gary RhodesCookery Year

September. Chicken with sweetcom, mushroom-and-leek egg-baked pots, and brill on the bone with celery and cider are on the menu.

: Bill's Food

New series 1/3. The best ingredients and a range of cultural influences are combined as Sydney-based restaurateur Bill Granger presents his uncomplicated approach to cooking.

Contributors

Unknown: Bill Granger

: Cagney and Lacey

Affirmative Action. The arrival of a new detective causes concern for Cagney.

: The Sky at Night

Roboscope. A trip to La Palma to see how robotic telescopes allow astronomers to view the universe's most destructive explosions. With Chris Lintott. Shown last Sunday on BBC1 Followed by Trade Secrets More tips from the professionals.

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Lintott.

: Wildlife on Two

Gelada Baboons - the Battles of Braveheart. In Ethiopia's
Simien mountains, a male baboon strives to maintain his harem in the face of his waning popularity.

: The Las Vegas Story

Routine crime drama starring Jane Russell and Victor Mature. On a trip to Vegas with her husband Lloyd, Linda Rollins runs into old flame Dave Andrews, now a sheriff. When Lloyd is exposed as a cheat, Linda and Dave's loyalties are divided.
Review page 48. (1952) (BW)
(Victor Mature stars in Affair with a Stranger on Tuesday at 1.35pm)

Followed by Hall of Fame
Laurel and Hardy's visits to Britain.

Contributors

Director: Robert Stevenson
Linda Rollins: Jane Russell
Dave Andrew: Victor Mature

: Talking Movies

A preview of Criminal starring John C Reilly , and an interview with James Purefoy , leading man in Vanity Fair. Plus a look at the trend for film-makers to blurthe lines between fact and fiction. With Tom Brook.

Contributors

Unknown: John C Reilly
Unknown: James Purefoy
Unknown: Tom Brook.

: The Happiest Millionaire

Polished Disney musical starring Fred MacMurray , with Tommy Steele in his Hollywood debut. Philadelphia, 1916: an eccentric millionaire is outraged to find his daughter is in love with the son of a rival family. Review page 48.
Director Norman Tokar (1967, U)

Contributors

Unknown: Fred MacMurray
Unknown: Tommy Steele
Director: Norman Tokar
Anthony Biddle: Fred MacMurray
John Lawless: Tommy Steele
Mrs Cordelia Biddle: Greer Garson
Mrs Duke: Geraldine Page
Aunt Mary Drexel: Gladys Cooper

: BBC4 on BBC2

Earth from the Air From majestic landscapes to rubbish dumps, French photographer Yann Arthus Bertrand has made an inventory of Earth's surface. What ecological issues motivate him? In French with English subtitles.
Director Cassie Farrell ; Executive producer Michael Poole

Contributors

Unknown: Yann Arthus Bertrand
Director: Cassie Farrell
Producer: Michael Poole

: Flog It!

It's a risky business selling antiques. On a visit to Milton Keynes , experts Mark Stacey and Nigel Smith stake their reputations with valuations, while Paul Martin follows owners selling their treasured possessions at the auction house. Series producer Hannah Comeck ; Executive producer Jane Lomas

Contributors

Unknown: Milton Keynes
Unknown: Mark Stacey
Unknown: Nigel Smith
Unknown: Paul Martin
Producer: Hannah Comeck
Producer: Jane Lomas

: Last Night of the Proms

Live coverage from London's Royal Albert Hall of the final evening of performances from this year's Proms. The BBC Symphony Orchestra under chief conductor
Leonard Slatkin - in his final Last Night - are joined by baritone soloist Thomas Allen , organist Simon Preston and horn player David Pyatt. This first-half programme comprises performances of Dvorak's Carnival overture, Richard Strauss 's extrovert Horn Concerto No 1,
Vaughan Williams 's Five Mystical Songs and Barber's Toccata
Festiva. During the interval, there are highlights of Proms in the Park events in Glasgow, Swansea, Belfast and London. Presented by Alan Titchmarsh. Also broadcast on BBC Radio 3. Coverage continues at 9.10 on BBC1.
Director Helen Mansfield ; Series editor Oliver Macfarlane BBCi: during the programme, digital viewers can access extra information about the music, composers and performers, and follow coverage of other events around the country, by pressing the red button on their handset Putting on a party: page 15

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Hall
Conductor: Leonard Slatkin
Organist: Thomas Allen
Organist: Simon Preston
Unknown: David Pyatt.
Unknown: Richard Strauss
Unknown: Vaughan Williams
Presented By: Alan Titchmarsh.
Director: Helen Mansfield
Editor: Oliver MacFarlane

: The Day of the Jackal

Suspenseful thriller, dramatised from the novel by Frederick Forsyth , with a masterly central performance from Edward Fox. 1963: having failed in its attempt to murder General de Gaulle, the hard-line French Secret Army Organisation decides to hire a top professional killer to do the job property. Code-named the "Jackal", the seemingly unassuming
Englishman begins to lay his intricate plans to assassinate one of the world's most powerful men. Review page 48.
Director Fred Zinnemann (1973, 15)

Contributors

Novel By: Frederick Forsyth
Unknown: Edward Fox.
Director: Fred Zinnemann
The Jackal: Edward Fox
Claude Lebel: Michel Lonsdale
Minister: Alan Badel
Inspector Thomas: Tony Britton
President: Adrien Cayla-Legrand
Gunsmith: Cyril Cusack
Mallinson: Donald Sinden
Caron: Derek Jacobi
Colonel Rodin: Eric Porter
Colette de Montpdief: Delphine Seyng
Denise: Olga Georges-Picot
Berthier: Timothy West

: Strictly Sinatra

Unconvincing romantic crime drama starring Ian Hart as Toni Cocozza , a struggling club singer and Frank Sinatra impersonator. Asked to perform for an ageing gangster, Toni finds himself caught up in Glasgow's criminal underworld. Review page 48.
Director Peter Capaldi (2000.15)

Contributors

Unknown: Ian Hart
Unknown: Toni Cocozza
Unknown: Frank Sinatra
Director: Peter Capaldi
Toni Cocozza: Ian Hart
Irene: Kelly MacDonald
Chisholm: Brian Cox
Bill: Alun Armstrong
Michelangelo: Tommy Flanagan
Connolly: Lain Cuthbertson

: BBC News 24

: BBC Learning Zone

www.bbc.co.uk/ieamingzone
Open University /General Interest Repeats not indicated.
2.00 The Liberation of Algebra How algebra was freed from its dependency on arithmetic. 57473 2.30 Experiments and Energy Designing an experiment to measure the effects of home insulation on energy consumption. 36980 3.00 Renewable
Energies How wind and solar power are being used successfully in California and in some European countries. 5988102 3.50 Ever Wondered? The geology of Iceland's dramatic volcanic landscape. 93545359 4.00 The Next Big Thing Machines with Minds What artificial intelligence can reveal about the human brain. 48725 4.30 The Challenge - to Rebuild the Human Body Producing a new generation of artificial limbs.
5.00 African Renaissance Improving communications access in South Africa's poorest areas. 79560 5.30 Home to Banaba Devastation wrought by 80 years of phosphate mining.








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