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Barney Harwood, Kirsten O'Brien and Nev present more morning fun. Featuring games and cartoons including Arthur, Jakers!, The Likeaballs and Even Stevens.
Tim Lovejoy and Amanda Hamilton are joined by Badly Drawn Boy and Danny Wallace as they enjoy a Sunday lunch prepared by chef Simon Rimmer and dip into the TV archives. Series producer Catherine Mann
Executive producers Henrietta Conrad ,
Sebastian Scott and Tania Fallon GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: the July issue has recipes from the show. Out now, priced E
Comedy drama starring Aidan Quinn. After receiving a stern reprimand by a nun, eight-year-old Pete O'Malley is concerned about his prospects of getting into heaven until he hits on the idea of converting a Jew to the Catholic faith. Review page 55. Director Pete Jones (2002, PG)
Highlights of this year's Isle of Man Senior TT race as it celebrates its 100th anniversary. Presented by Stephen Watson
Producer David Beynon
Coverage of the singles final at Queen's Club in London at the warm-up event for the All-England championships at Wimbledon. Can the on-form Lleyton Hewitt who triumphed last year win the title for the fifth time?
Digital viewers can watch live coverage of selected games 4.30-7.00pm
11/11. Wye - Voices from the Valley. A lyrical portrait of some of Britain's most beautiful countryside, from the mountains of mid-Wales to the open spaces of the Severn estuary.
Shown last Wednesday (5)
Coverage of the final of the prestigious singing competition as the five remaining contenders perform in front of a sell-out audience at St David's Hall. Featuring expert analysis from music director of the Royal Opera House Antonio Pappano and vocal expert Mary King , who also provide an insight into the tension and excitement backstage before the winner of one of music's most coveted prizes is announced. Introduced by Sian Williams and Aled Jones. Also live on Radio 3 from 5pm.
Director Rhodri Huw ; Executive producer Paul Bullock
3/8. Southport to Whitehaven. In the north-west of England, Neil Oliver discovers why the Americans attacked the port of Whitehaven,
Hermione Cockburn investigates the alarming rate that the sand is disappearing into the sea and Miranda Krestovnikoff goes in search of the biggest shark in British waters. Meanwhile, Alice Roberts meets a woman with a remarkable story of childhood in the Isle of Man's internment camps, where "enemy aliens" in Britain were held during the Second World War. Series producer Steve Evanson ; Exec producer William Lyons
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Powerful one-off drama, inspired by the reaHife experiences of women in the ruthless world of the City of London, starring Sarah Parish , Ben Miles and Sarah Lancashire. High-flying financier Jessica learns that she can trust nobody when she decides to sue her bank for sidelinina her after she has a baby.
Writers Simon Bent and Philippa Lowthorpe ; Producer
Amy Flanagan ; Director Philippa Lowthorpe David Butcher's column: page 65; The Inside Story: page 76
Actress Joanna Lumley and singer Jon Bon Jovi join the talk-show host in an extended, uncut edition of last Thursday's show. (Revised rpt)
Mike Leigh 's sumptuous biographical comedy drama starring Jim Broadbent and Allan Corduner as comic-opera composers WS Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan. After the relative failure of their latest work,
Princess Ida, Gilbert and Sullivan clash over their next project and seem set to end their partnership - until Gilbert's wife persuades him to visit an exhibition of Japanese culture. Film of the Week: page 55.
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Richard D'Oyly Carte:
Eerie horror starring Pamela Franklin and Roddy McDowall. A dying multimillionaire offers a physicist $100,000 to investigate a supposedly haunted house where a number of suspicious deaths have occurred. Review page 55.
Director John Hough (1973, 15)