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Live coverage of the World Championships from Tokyo.
8.05 Women's 100m semi-finals
8.25 Men's 200m semi-finals
European champion John Regis and Britain's sprint ace Linford Christie join American
Michael Johnson , the undisputed world No 1, who is looking for his first major title in the men's 200m.
Jamaica's Merlene Ottey is hot favourite in the women's 100m semi-finals.
(Coverage continues on BBC1) 0 PICTURE STORY: page 48

Contributors

Unknown:
John Regis
Unknown:
Linford Christie
Unknown:
Michael Johnson

England v Sri Lanka
It's the final day's play in this one match Test series.
Tony Lewis introduces live coverage of the morning's play from Lord's.

Contributors

Introduces:
Tony Lewis

Starring
Victor Mature Richard Egan
One Friday afternoon in summer, three strangers arrive in the quiet mining town of Bradenville, Arizona.
Unknown to the inhabitants they are gunmen with a well-devised plan to rob the local bank. By Sunday afternoon, as a result of the robbery, many lives have been changed and some have ended.
Director Richard Fleischer 0 FILMS: pages 27-33

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Egan
Director:
Richard Fleischer
Shelly Martin:
Victor Mature
Boyd Fairchild:
Richard Egan
Harper:
Stephen McNally
Linda:
Virginia Leith
Harry Reeves:
Tommy Noonan
Dill:
Lee Marvin
Emily:
Margaret Hayes
Chapman:
J Carroll Naish
Elsie:
Sylvia Sidney
Stadt:
Ernest Borgnine
Helen:
Dorothy Patrick
Steve Martin:
Billy Chapin

Fourth of a six-part series challenging black communities' positions on campaigning issues.
Madness and Badness. Why are black people over-represented in mental institutions? Is perfectly rational stress management behaviour being mistaken for mental illness? With a studio audience Trevor Phillips investigates psychiatric misdiagnosis and discusses alternatives to this state of affairs. Among the guests are consultant psychiatrist
Dr Aggrey Burke and Jack David of Harambee, a Birmingham rehabilitation project. Producer David Lancaster
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown:
Trevor Phillips
Unknown:
Dr Aggrey Burke
Unknown:
Jack David
Producer:
David Lancaster

The third in a season of natural history films from around the world.
Lost Angels - the Great Whale Rescue. Ninety false killer whales lie stranded on a remote beach in western
Australia. The townsfolk of nearby Augusta turn out in the middle of the night, determined to rescue them. But bad weather and bad luck are not far away. Can they save the whales? A film by Mike Searle
ā— PICTURE STORY: page 48
ā— TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Regional Variations (2)

Rab C Nesbitt

Series 1

Episode 4: Drink

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

Rab is diagnosed with cirrhosis of the liver and is given a serious medical ultimatum: either quit drinking or face death within a year. He doesn't heed the warning.

Hollywood screen legend
Katharine Hepburn has just published a long-awaited autobiography, called, simply, Me. She talks to Mary Harron about the ups and downs of her career, and her professional and personal relationships with such figures as Howard Hughes and Spencer Tracy. Director Renee Knight Producer David Jeffcock
0 ME: STORIES OF MY LIFE: pages 17-23

Contributors

Unknown:
Katharine Hepburn
Unknown:
Mary Harron
Unknown:
Howard Hughes
Unknown:
Spencer Tracy.
Producer:
David Jeffcock

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