A New Breed
The Chief Rabbi, Dr Jonathan Sacks , reflects on the feast welcoming the Jewish New Year.
The prophecies of French visionary Nostradamus.
Lassie is reunited with a young Indian boy.
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I Adventure with the I US Coastguard. Director Ben Stoloff
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A London commuter's tale.
Teddy learns about selling ideas to television.
Are dead composers and artists still at work?
Strategies for survival.
Followed by In the Garden
September is the time to start off standard fuchsias.
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Followed by Golf: Walker Cup
Live coverage. Great Britain and Ireland v USA
From Portmarnock, Ireland.
3.50pm News; Weather and Regional News; Weather
The true story of Ishi, who sees his tribe brutally massacred by the white man, but is driven into their world.
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The Life and Times of Peter Drucker. Peter Drucker is 'Mr Management'. Since the 1940s, managers, students and even governments have been taking his advice and now, in his 80s, he still writes and lectures worldwide. What are his key ideas and how does he see the future?
Producer Fiona Pitcher
Series editor Brian Davies
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Sian Penlington reports from eastern Germany on the rise and fall of Dynamo Berlin (now Berlin FC) - a club run by the notorious State Secret Police, the Stasi. On the Line reveals how the head of the Stasi,
Erich Mielke , took a personal interest in the team: intimidating other clubs and threatening players with death when they tried to defect.
Executive producer Susan Woodward Editor David Taylor
Fifth of six films about a Bolton steeplejack.
Relief, Ecstasy and Magic Fred Dibnah reflects on the transience of fame and fortune.
Director/Producer Don Haworth
The foreign resort report is from Calvi in Corsica and the UK Mini-Guide looks at
Bideford Bay in Devon. With
Penny Junor, Matthew Collins , Mairi Maciver and Dr John Thornes. Producer Paul Colbert
Executive producer Alan Dobson
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Life and Death
This montage of clips from Leningrad film-makers over the last 50 years is shown as part of BBC2's Leningrad series. Newsreel and propaganda films are brought together with documentaries made under glasnost. A journalist interviews a convict bleeding to death after a prison shoot-out and a doctor describes the most popular form of suicide, hanging.
Meanwhile, children strive for freedom through ice-skating, and teenagers get their kicks from motorbikes while their parents seek solace in religion.
And at 10.20pm 600 Seconds
Another edition of Leningrad's news show. In January 1991, while the rest of the world prepares for war in the Gulf, charismatic television journalist Alexander Nevzorov finds dead bodies and tests bullet-proof vests.
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With Peter Snow.
American saxophonist, composer, arranger and conductor Gerry Mulligan fronts his own quartet. With Jools Holland. 0 STEREO
A preview of Open University programmes.
The Golden Rule. What should be made of rules aimed at designers and inventors?