Highlights from last weekend's Dunhill Links championship as celebrity amateurs, including Kevin Costner , Dennis Hopper and Samuel L Jackson , teed off against the professionals at Carnoustie, Kingsbarns, and the Old Course at St Andrews. With Steve Rider. Peter Alliss and Ken Brown commentate. Executive producers Jo McCusker and Peter Small Coverage of the World Match Play championship starts tomorrow at lpm
2/8. It's the latest phenomenon of the housing boom - speculators prepared to buy homes thousands of miles away in another country in order to take advantage of rising property prices. Yet they don't actually want to live so farfrom base, preferring instead to watch their home increase in value while the rent from tenants covers the mortgage. It used to be called "buy to let", but is now more a case of "fly to let". With UK house prices stalling plus the additional uncertainties of dealing with foreign markets, is this a risk too far? The Money Programme investigates. Producer Charles Miller ; Editor Clive Edwards 86S
3/8. Can 40-year-old mountain-bike instructor Tony Griffiths from North Wales realise the ultimate mountaineering feat? It's a gruelling month of climbing in freezing temperatures and biting 200mph winds before a final push for the top. Add to that the depressing odds - only one in eight reaches the summit of Mount Everest, while one in ten of those does not make it back at all - Griffiths faces an uphill battle, literally. Producer Ewen Thomson : Series producer Richard Sinclair (AD)
3/3. As word spreads about his amazing accuracy, medium Gordon Smith travels to San Francisco to work on stage with his top American counterparts. This absorbing Everyman investigation into those who claim to receive messages from beyond the grave concludes with the spotlight on Jane and Craig Hamilton-Parker . They're about to put one of their student mediums on stage, but how will he perform in public for the very first time? Narrated by Sean Pertwee. Series producer Jane Beckwith : Executive producer Ruth Pitt
Michael is landed with "babysitting" Buster as the off-kilter and Emmy Award-winning US sitcom continues. And George-Michael auditions for a school play to get closer to Maeby. Gob breaks up with his girlfriend.
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Cyrille Regis, Ian Wright , John Barnes and John Fashanu grace a humorous and thought-provoking celebration of the oft unsung contribution black soccer players have made to the national game over the past years. A profile of the black international Andrew Watson follows. Director/Producer Geoff Small Reflecting Skin continues the Black History Month strand tomorrow at 11.20pm
In 1881 Scotland's football team beat England 6-1, their biggest home defeat to date. Leading Scotland to victory was the world's first black international footballer. Why did he fail to become a role model for black Scots?
Producer Brendan O'Hara First shown on BBC2 Scotland
2.00 Languages: Clémentine Enjoyable drama in which a teenage girl deals with tricky real life situations involving friends and family. 34627 4.00 Languages: Isabel Spanish drama featuring teenagers presenting their language in a variety of ways.
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