Today's live coverage of the World Championships begins with the decathlon and women's 200m.
With Simon Parkin ,
Philippa Forrester and Esther McVey.
With Tony Hart and Margot Wilson.
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The Patch Stop.
Kate Lonergan and Danny John-Jules compete against Jakki Brambles and Frank Bruno. With
Music and videos.
Second semi-final of the snooker tournament. With
Ted Lowe , John Spencer and Eamonn Holmes.
I Glynis Johns Griffith Jones
When Dr Paul Marten brings an invalid patient home to stay, his wife suspects something fishy.
Director Ken Annakin
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Men's 5000m: first round.
The GA European Open from Walton Heath Golf
Club. Commentary by Peter Alliss ,
Bruce Critchley , Alex Hay , Clive Clark and Mike Hughesdon. Producer Alastair Scott
Executive producer John Shrewsbury
2.00pm and 3.00pm News; Weather
When celebrated Soviet pilot Vinka Kovelenko lands her plane in Germany, Captain
Chuck Lockwood is detailed to convert her to western ways.
Director Ralph Thomas
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The Customer is Always
Right! Imagine a place where customers regularly travel 100 miles to buy bread and milk, passing hundreds of other supermarkets on their way, and where total commitment to the customer is carved in stone!
Stew Leonard 's dairy store in Connecticut is just such a place, showing what it takes to be a customer-oriented company. Producer Robert Cooke
Series editor Brian Davies
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As a reporter, broadcaster and historian of the game of cricket, EW Swanton has had a profound influence.
James Hogg examines his career and hears from some of his most ardent admirers including
Prime Minister John Major. Series director John Rooney Editor David Taylor
Fourth of six films about a colourful steeplejack.
Under Pursuit. Fred Dibnah takes refuge from the attentions of solicitous ladies.
Director/Producer Don Haworth
A visit to the stylish Belgian resort of Knokke, plus the UK Mini-Guide report from the Lincolnshire Wolds.
With Penny Junor, Matthew Collins , John Thirlwell and Dr John Thornes. Producer Paul Colbert
Executive producer Alan Dobson
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A series exploring cultures in far-flung parts of the world. Marriage Egyptian Style In the backstreets of old
Islamic Cairo marriage can be far from the ideal. 'Always sleep with one eye open' is Wiza's advice to any bride.
Resilient and humorous, Wiza is a second wife, deserted by her husband, but determined to find ideal marriage partners for her own children. When her son meets a potential bride, Wiza takes control. Producer Joanna Head
Series editor Chris Curling
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Bella the Welder. Recruited as a welder in the Second World
War, Bella Keyzer recalls her love of the job and her 30-year fight to return to the shipyards, after being made redundant as war ended.
Producer Angela Holdsworth
Profile of Bella Keyzer. When World War II started, Bella was ordered to the shipyards, where she became a highly skilled welder. (1989) Show more
With Peter Snow.
Everything from method to madness at the Edinburgh
Festival, plus Pete McCarthy 's comic cuts.
Everything from method to madness at the Edinburgh Festival, plus Pete McCarthy's comic cuts.
A preview of Open University programmes.
Producer Jean Rowton
Caring for Health in Brazil
Rio holds little glamour for most of its inhabitants. Slums breed sickness, and despite Brazil's wealth, hospitals are falling apart.
Producer Vic Lockwood