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Reigning champion Jim Courier , John McEnroe and Pat Cash are among tennis's elder statesmen competing in the Masters at the Royal Albert Hall. Presented by Sue Barker. Andrew Castle and John Lloyd commentate. More tomorrow in Grandstand.
Editor Alastair Mclntyre Live online at www.bbc.co.uk/sport
7/8. It's been a barnstorming year for the budget clothes retailer Primark. Critics liken the shopping experience to a jumble-sale scrum, yet its flair for designer fashion at bargain-basement prices has won some unlikely fans, including trendsetters at Vogue, as The Money Programme reports.
Producer Donna Sharpe ; Editor Clive Edwards
From colourful civic displays to the oldest allotment site in Britain, the team uncover horticultural gems and offer advice at a roadshow in Nottingham.
Director Andy Francis ; Series producer Sarah Moors BBC GARDENERS' WORLD MAGAZINE: E2.95, available monthly Alan Titchmarsh 's gardening tips: page 34
New series The first of three Manhunters dramas exploring tales of beasts eating humans. Jim Corbett , a legendary hunter of man-eating big cats in British India, pursues a cunning killer that had devoured more than 100 people in the Himalayan foothills.
Writers Rik Carmichael and John Hay ; Director John Hay
Producer Martha Holmes Never work with animals ..?: page 10
Romantic comedy starring
James Purefoy , Geraldine Sommerville and Patricia Hodge. Ten years after he was jilted, Joe is back in church with his ex-fiancee, Olivia - this time as best man and bridesmaid. Have they both moved on? Writer Rosamond Orde-Powlett ; Director Dan Zeff
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