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Action from the first round of the ATP tournament at London's Battersea Park. Britain's Tim Henman and Greg Rusedski headline the event, which also features last year's winner Yevgeny Kafelnikov. Introduced by Sue Barker.


Sue Barker
Tennis player:
Tim Henman
Tennis player:
Greg Rusedski
Tennis player:
Yevgeny Kafelnikov
John Barrett
Barry Davies
Chris Bailey
Peter Fleming

Jamie Theakston takes rock trio Manic Street Preachers back to where they played one of their first live gigs for a chat, the show spends a Saturday night out with chart-topping band Steps, and Jayne Middlemiss asks if Johnson are the future of Britpop.
(Repeated next Sunday)
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Jamie Theakston
Jayne Middlemiss
Manic Street Preachers
null Steps
Angela Ferreira
Executive Producer:
Paul Smith

The exhibition of the last works of Impressionist painter Claude Monet at London's Royal Academy has prompted interest in his perspective as a visually impaired artist. From the Edge considers the creativity of other partially sighted people. Plus how the effect of charging for basic care work could remove disabled people from the jobs market, and a report on obtaining personal-care help in the Republic of Ireland.


Series Editor:
Ian Macrae

Regional Variations (2)

Duration: 29 minutes

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

Available for over a year

Rick fries soft-shell crabs and grills lobsters in America. Singapore chilli crab is on the menu in Padstow, and his odyssey ends in Whitby - with fish and chips. (1999) Show more

For her first solo outdoor design, Anne McKevitt remodels an English country garden in an untraditional style, including the creation of a seaside-inspired haven a hundred miles from the coast. Introduced by Tessa Shaw.
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Tessa Shaw
Garden designer:
Anne McKevitt
Pat Steeples
Simon Shaw

Documentaries looking at people and issues connected with the arts and popular culture.

Journalist Julie Burchill joined the NME in the seventies and has been outraging magazine and newspaper readers ever since. Through interviews with Burchill, her friends, enemies, critics and colleagues, along with video diary footage, this film gives a unique insight into the thinking and lifestyle of a controversial columnist who has also written novels.

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Julie Burchill
Simon Chu
Series Editor:
Michael Poole

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Open University
12.30 Wood, Brass and Baboon Bones
1.00 Galois's Enduring Legacy

2.00 Special Needs

4.00 Italianissimo 9-12

Business and Training
5.00 Career Moves: Jobs in Hospitality

Open University
5.45 Edison - the Invention of Invention
6.35-7.00am The Last of the Liberties

BBC Two England

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