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Coverage of the first day of the Stella Artois Grass Court Championships from Queen's Club in London. This traditional, pre-Wimbledon tournament has attracted a high calibre line-up, including Pete Sampras, Thomas Muster and Boris Becker.
Introduced by Sue Barker, with commentary by John Barrett, Mark Cox, David Mercer and Bill Threlfall.
(Coverage Continues on BBC1)

Contributors

Presenter:
Sue Barker
Commentary:
John Barrett
Commentary:
Mark Cox
Commentary:
David Mercer
Commentary:
Bill Threlfall

Danni and Allie learn a hard lesson about television journalism.

Contributors

Matt:
Vince Poletto
Allie:
Inge Hornstra
Danielle:
Emma Roache
Katerina:
Ada Nicodemou
Bolton:
John Pollard
Declan:
Rupert Reid
Stassy:
Tara Jakszewicz
Andrew:
Ian Bliss
Jane Dyson:
Diane Craig
Ronnie Brooks:
Deni Gordon

Third of a six-part series looking at how noted architects can transform neglected and unfashionable areas.

Sir Richard Rogers, famous for designing the Lloyds building in the City of London, is invited to turn his attention to a strapped-for-cash university in Slough, Berkshire. Excited by the project, and sympathetic to the financial straits of Thames Valley University, Sir Richard sets about building a library. But as the project teeters over budget, he has to walk a financial tightrope and overcome some disagreements with his client.

(The Designs of the Times season continues with the BBC Design Awards tomorrow at 7.30pm)
(Stereo)

Contributors

Subject:
Sir Richard Rogers
Editor:
Peter Neil
Series Producer:
Catherine Wheatley

Highlights of the 50-overs-per-side matches Lancashire v Yorkshire and Northamptonshire v Warwickshire in the semi-finals of the Benson and Hedges Cup. Introduced by Tony Lewis, with commentary from Richie Benaud, David Gower and Geoffrey Boycott.

Contributors

Presenter:
Tony Lewis
Commentary:
Richie Benaud
Commentary:
David Gower
Commentary:
Geoffrey Boycott
Executive Producer:
Keith Mackenzie

Crime drama starring Daniel Benzali

An alleged affair between two jurors threatens Neil Avedon's trial. Much against his will, psychiatrist Dr Graham Lester has to testify.
(Repeated tomorrow at 11.15pm)

Contributors

Theodore 'Ted' Hoffman:
Daniel Benzali
Justine Appleton:
Mary McCormack
Richard Cross:
Stanley Tucci
Neil Avedon:
Jason Gedrick
Chris Docknovich:
Michael Hayden
Lisa Gillespie:
Grace Phillips
Miriam Grasso:
Barbara Bosson
Arnold Spivak:
JC MacKenzie
Arthur Polson:
Dylan Baker
Lila Marquette:
Vanessa Williams
Charles Galbraith:
Mark McClure
Louis Heinsbergen:
John Fleck
Annie Hoffman:
Patricia Clarkson
Dr Graham Lester:
Stanley Kamel
Judge Beth Bornsteln:
Linda Carlson

Director Jan De Bont talks about his movie Twister and there's a look at the secrets behind the film's dramatic storms. There's a profile of reclusive writer/director Terrence Malick, who hasn't worked in Hollywood since the seventies but has now returned to film-making with The Thin Red Line.
Plus, director Wong Kar-Wai discusses the future of film-making in Hong Kong on the eve of the Chinese takeover. Howard Schuman presents this last episode in the current series.

Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Presenter:
Howard Schuman
Interviewee:
Jan de Bont
Interviewee:
Wong Kar-Wai
Series Director:
Phil Day
Series Editor:
Paul Kerr

Open University
12.30 Docklands Light Railway
1.00 The Write to Choose
(Subtitled)
1.30 Water is for Fighting over
(Rpt)

Night School
2.00 The Statistics Collection

BBC Focus
4.00 Teaching and Learning with IT
4.30 United Nations: 50 Years of Activity
(Rpt)
5.00 Understanding Dyslexia
5.30 Film Education

Open University
6.00 Up to the Mark
(Rpt)
6.25 Man-Made Macromolecules
6.50 The Great Exhibition: A Lesson in Taste?

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