Continued coverage of the semi-finals of the International Bowls Open. Presented by Jill Douglas and Rishi Persad. Commentary by David Corkill, Andy Thomson, John Price and Greg Harlow. Director Kevin Chapman
Editor Gerard Lane Also online at www.bbc.co.uk/sport (UK only)
2/8. Holyhead to Liverpool. On the rugged north Wales coast, we meet one of the longest living animals.
Shown last Thursday Repeated Wednesday 7pm
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6/12. Archive classics from Culture Club, Moby, Tight Fit, 10cc, Madness, the Charlatans and the Tourists. Plus exclusives from All Saints and Gnarls Barkley.
Executive producer Mark Hagen
Repeated at 11.30pm www.bbc.co.uk/totp
6/12. Steven Spielberg, the world's most commercially successful director, talks to Mark Kermode about his career - from first sneaking into Universal Studios to the blockbusters he has helmed, including ET, Jaws and Saving Private Ryan. The new Spielberg-produced series Into the West begins tonight at 9pm. Series producer Marcus Herbert ; Executive producer
Edward Morgan www.bbc.co.uk/cultureshow Spielberg goes West: page 19
New series 1/6. Steven Spielberg's sweeping epic set in the 19th century and charting the development of America through the eyes of a pioneering Virginia clan and a Native American family.
Wheel to the Stars. 1827: young Jacob Wheeler joins mountain man Jedediah Smith on an expedition.
Chief Braveheart is at 10.35pm on BBC4
Spielberg goes West: p19; The Inside Story: p60
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