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Starting with 6.30-6.55 Business Breakfast Business and financial news.
Followed at 7.00 by the morning news programme. Headlines; news summaries every quarter hour.
Business: 7.12, 7.40, 8.12, 8.40. ] Sport: 7.23, 7.50, 8.23, 8.50. Weather, regional and traffic:
6.55,7.25,7.55.8.25,8.55. ; Editor Bob Wheaton j

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Editor:
Bob Wheaton

Athletics: 8.30 Men's discus
8.35 Women's 200m, first round
9.20 Men's 200m, first round
10.00 Men's discus
10.15 Men's 1500m, first round
11.15 Men's 400m hurdles
The 1500m heats feature Algeria's world champion Noureddine Morceli and the world record-holder Said Aouita of Morocco. Kriss Akabusi starts his Olympic campaign in the 400m hurdles.
Hockey: The British men face Australia in their last group match.
Badminton: Singles and doubles semi-finals.
Including at 10.00am, 11.00am and 12.00pm News; Regional News and Weather
12.55pm Regional News; Weather

Diving: The women's springboard finalAthletics:
5.00 Men's 110m hurdles, semi-finals
5.20 Men's 200m, second round
5.45 Women's 200m, second round
5.50 Women's discus final
Table Tennis: Women's doubles final and the women's singles quarter-finals.
Boxing: Quarter-final action
Tennis: Quarter-finals in the women's singles and the men's singles and doubles.
Plus, badminton semi-finals and canoeing repechages.
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Drew takes against the tourists and Rosemary and Stanley start to wander. Pilar's life is changing - for the better?
Episode written by Juliet Ace Producer Julia Smith Director Henry Foster
A Cinema Verity/J D y T production for BBCtv
● STEREO; TELETEXT SUBTITLES: p 888 ● DRAMA: page 4

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Written By:
Juliet Ace
Producer:
Julia Smith
Director:
Henry Foster
Drew Lockhead:
Campbell Morrison
Pilar Moreno:
Sandra Sandri
Marcus Tandy:
Jesse Birdsall
Fizz:
Kathy Pitkin
Bunny Charlson:
Roger Walker
Joy Slater:
Leslee Udwin
Trish Valentine:
Polly Perkins
Gerry:
Buki Armstrong
Freddie:
Roland Curram
Olive King:
Faith Kent
Rosemary Webb:
Hilary Crane
Stanley Webb:
William Lucas
Trine Svendsen:
Marchell Betak
Arnaud Leduc:
Mikael Phillppe
Isabelle Leduc:
Framboise Gommendy
Philippe Leduc:
Daniel Lombart
Antonio:
Antonio Jose Navarro
Per Svendsen:
Kim Romer
Roberto Fernandez:
Franco Rey
Rosario Fernandez:
Stella Maris
Abuella:
Maria Vega
Gwen Lockhead:
Patricia Brake
Blair Lockhead:
Josh Nathan
Snowy White:
Patch Connolly
Lene Svendsen:
Nanna Moller
Ingrid:
Bo Corre
Javier Fernandez:
Iker Ibanez
Priest:
Raul Diez Ruiz
Dieter Schultz:
Kai Maurer

Athletics
7.45 Men's 3,000 steeplechase, first round
8.10 Women's 10km walk
8.45 Women's 400m hurdles, semi-finals
9.15Men's 10,000m final
Some of the greatest names in long-distance running have won the Olympic 10,000m.
Finland's Paavo Nurmi won in 1920 and was rewarded for his pains by being vomited on by the silver medallist. He went on to win another eight golds at a whole range of distances. The legendary Czech Emil Zatopek won back-to-back golds in 1948 and 1952, as did another
Finnish hero, Lasse Viren , in 1972 and 1976 - setting a world record with his first win.
1976 was also the year that
Olmeus Charles of Haiti set the slowest time ever recorded in an Olympic 1 0,000m race. The entire race schedule had to be held up as he finished the last six laps of his heat alone, a full 14 minutes behind the winner.
Britain is represented this year by the considerably quicker Eamonn Martin and Richard Nerurkar. The women's 10km walk is making its Olympic debut in Barcelona, with the world champion Alina Ivanona
(Unified Team) favourite to win the event's first gold medal. And later on, Britain's Sally Gunnell runs for a place in tomorrow's final of the women's 400m hurdles.
Plus news of the canoeing, yachting, boxing and badminton competitions, and a roundup of the day's other events.

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Unknown:
Paavo Nurmi
Unknown:
Emil Zatopek
Unknown:
Lasse Viren
Unknown:
Olmeus Charles
Unknown:
Eamonn Martin
Unknown:
Richard Nerurkar.
Unknown:
Alina Ivanona
Unknown:
Sally Gunnell

Supporters of the death penalty in America used to claim it was a deterrent to violent crime.
Now, more and more, they support it simply as a form of revenge. John Ware reports on how, in pursuit of retribution, America is putting to death juveniles, the mentally retarded, the insane, and even the innocent.
Producer Dai Richards Editor Glenwyn Benson

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Unknown:
John Ware
Producer:
Dai Richards
Editor:
Glenwyn Benson

Desmond Lynam presents highlights of the day's action. Britain's big hopes were Colin Jackson and Tonyjarrett in the 11 Om hurdles, Richard Nerurkar was looking to improve on his world championship fifth place in the men's 10,000m final, and Roger Black had the chance to book his place in the 400m final. In hockey, Britain's men played Australia in their last group match. Plus quarter-final boxing action, heavyweight weightlifting, badminton semi-finals and a roundup of all the other medallists.

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Unknown:
Desmond Lynam
Unknown:
Colin Jackson
Unknown:
Richard Nerurkar
Unknown:
Roger Black

Starring
Charles Bronson
Jack Palance
1873: Arillo, Texas. Taunted by the town sheriff, Pardon
Chato - an Apache half-breed - shoots the man in self-defence and rides out of town. A vicious posse decides to follow him, seeking revenge and a revival oftheoldhatredfelt towards the Indians. Gradually, Chato draws them into his own territory, and the manhunt takes a horrifying turn as the 13 men find that they are no match for Chato's cunning and strength.
In this taut western, Bronson gives one of his finest performances as the man driven to murder by racial hatred.
Producer/Director Michael Winner
(Tomorrow's midnight movie: Power Play) ● FILMS: pages 31-34

Contributors

Unknown:
Charles Bronson
Unknown:
Jack Palance
Director:
Michael Winner
Pardon Chato:
Charles Bronson
Quincey Whitmore:
Jack Palance
Nye Buell:
Richard Basehart
Joshua Everette:
James Whitmore
Jubal Hooker:
Simon Oakland
EliasHooker:
Ralph Waite
Martin Hall:
Victor French
Harvey Lansing:
William Watson
Gavin Malichie:
Roddy McMillan
Brady Logan:
Paul Young

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