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Jamie Theakston talks to New York funk/hip-hop trio Fun Lovin'
Criminals about their new album, 100% Colombian. Jayne Middlemiss meets the Welsh rock band Manic Street
Preachers in Cardiff Castle, and shops with girl band Honeyz. Producer Angela Ferreira ; Executive producer Paul Smith

Contributors

Talks:
Jamie Theakston
Unknown:
Jayne Middlemiss
Producer:
Angela Ferreira
Producer:
Paul Smith

Concluding the dance series.
Created by choreographer Victoria Marks and scored by Andy Teirstein, this dance is set among the Rockie mountains of Canada. Seven Albertan septuagenarians perform a series of movements reflecting their lives, while the elemental permanence of the backdrop accentuates the fleeting nature of the men's mortality.

Contributors

Choreographer:
Victoria Marks
Director:
Margaret Williams

Penultimate profile in the series about black achievers.
At 17 Brenda Edwards won a place at the London School of Contemporary Dance. Despite considerable success both there and as artistic director of London Festival Ballet, Edwards turned her back on the stage to become a teacher/choreographer.
(Subtitled)

Contributors

Subject/Interviewee:
Brenda Edwards.
Producer:
Angela Phillips

Highlights from the Athletissima meeting being held in Lausanne, Switzerland, which for British athletes serves as a warm-up for the Commonwealth Games.
Javelin maestro Steve
Backley and triple jumper
Jonathan Edwards are expected to compete, while in the men's
400m Mark Richardson hopes to take on a strong American contingent. Plus action from the men'sand women's 100m.
Introduced by Sue Barker , with Linford Christie and Brendan
Foster. Commentary by Christina Boxer , David Coleman ,
Paul Dickenson and Stuart Storey. Producer Martin Webster
Editor AndrewClement

Contributors

Unknown:
Jonathan Edwards
Unknown:
Mark Richardson
Introduced By:
Sue Barker
Unknown:
Linford Christie
Commentary By:
Christina Boxer
Commentary By:
David Coleman
Commentary By:
Paul Dickenson
Commentary By:
Stuart Storey.
Producer:
Martin Webster

Continuing the series, showing three times this week, capturing the atmosphere of the Edinburgh Festival. Charlie Higson looks at the festival's s comedy competitions, while
Terry Gilliam discusses his new film
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. Plus a feature on Goal, an all-dancingfootball show. With Mark Lamarr and Peter Curran.
Series producer Andrew Lockyer
Serieseditor May Miller WEBSITE: www.comedyzone.beeb.com/edinburgh98

Contributors

Unknown:
Charlie Higson
Unknown:
Terry Gilliam
Unknown:
Mark Lamarr
Unknown:
Peter Curran.
Producer:
Andrew Lockyer

Repeats are not indicated. OPEN UNIVERSITY
12.30 Seeingthrough Maths The Rainbow Subtitled 37171 1.00 The
World Network Subtitled 40794 1.30
Pyramids. Plato and Football THE GREATS
2.00 Champions of Nature 3 LANGUAGES
4.00 Greek Language and People 5-6: French Experience Know How 3
BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 Career Moves
OPEN UNIVERSITY
5.45 Keeping Watch on the Invisible 6040688 6.10 FourTowns and a Circus 7834688 6.35-7.00am
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