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Chris Jarvis. Tim Vincent and Kate Heavenor are joined by Manchester United striker Andy Cole , who has a debut single entitled Outstanding. Plus cartoon fun from Taz-mania, underwater action with the drama Ocean Odyssey and more comedy capers in Zone Two. Producer Gail Hendrie ; Series producer
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Then Rewind 1968: the Murder of Dr Martin
Luther King. Account of the assassination. 1969: Dad's Moonwalk and One Small
Step. Two sons' views of Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong 's moon trip. Repeat

Contributors

Unknown:
Chris Jarvis.
Unknown:
Tim Vincent
Unknown:
Kate Heavenor
Unknown:
Andy Cole
Producer:
Gail Hendrie
Producer:
Ed Gray
Unknown:
Luther King.
Unknown:
Neil Armstrong

Singer Kellie Bryan discusses her single, and vocalist Phil Oakey talks about his collaboration with the All Seeing 1. Shown last Tuesday
Digital widescreen

Contributors

Singer:
Kellie Bryan
Talks:
Phil Oakey

Introduced by Ray Stubbs.
1.05 Motorcycling Highlights from rounds 19 and 20 of the British Superbike championship at Cadwell. Commentary comes from Barry Nutley.
1.35 Touring Cars Action from rounds 21 and 22 of the British Touring Car championship at Brands Hatch. Charlie Cox and John Watson commentate.
2.30 Cross Country Coverage of yesterday's cross-country event at the Burghley Horse Trials.
3.20 Show Jumping Live coverage from the Burghley three-day event. With commentary by Michael Tucker ,
Lorna Clarke , Lucinda Green and Clare Balding.
3.55 Racing News from the Prix Du Moulin, one mile from Longchamp. Commentary by Jim McGrath.
4.10 Water Skiing Coverage of the World Cup finals, taking place in Surrey. With commentary provided by John Battleday and Hazel Irvine.
5.20 News Roundup Producer Jonny Bramley
Executive editor Dave Gordon Digital widescreen
Videoplus code for 1.00-5.35 Code for 1.00-3.20 (not PDC) .............. Code for 3.20-5.35 (not PDC) .............

Contributors

Introduced By:
Ray Stubbs.
Unknown:
Charlie Cox
Unknown:
John Watson
Commentary By:
Michael Tucker
Commentary By:
Lorna Clarke
Commentary By:
Lucinda Green
Provided By:
John Battleday
Provided By:
Hazel Irvine.
Producer:
Jonny Bramley
Editor:
Dave Gordon

A feature-length episode. The Killing Game. In the holosuite, Captain Janeaway and most of her crew are subjected to a cruel test by the brutal Herogens.
A Star Trek: the Next Generation double bill begins on Wednesday at 6pm

Richard Holmes presents the last programme in the series. Breaking the Front. Holmes reveals how close the Germans came to winning the war during their massive offensive of 1918. Director/Series producer Mark Fielder Shown last Thursday
Digital widescreen Subtitled ............ BBC BOOK: Western Front, price £17.99

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Holmes

Evan Davis explores significant trends that could confront policy-makers in the next century.
Back to the Future. Economist
Bridget Rosewell explores whether new technology will revolutionise working lives or whether the predicted effects of technical innovations on modern life are overly hyped. Producer Jill Simpson ; Series producer
Nicola Meyrick

Contributors

Unknown:
Evan Davis
Unknown:
Bridget Rosewell
Producer:
Jill Simpson
Producer:
Nicola Meyrick

Continuing the documentary series examining over a century of pride, passion and conflict, both on and off the playing field. The Adopted Game. The French have successfully embraced rugby-they play it almost as if they invented the game. This edition explores why an imported English game found favourwith a Parisian elite before spilling out into rural south-west France.
Narrated by Jonathan Pryce. Series producer Dafydd Llyr James Executive producer Phil George
Digital widescreen BBC VIDEO: The History of English Rugby Union, price £12.99. available from retailers from tomorrow

Contributors

Unknown:
Jonathan Pryce.
Producer:
Dafydd Llyr James
on BBC Two England

People talk about being broke and how they get by in a six-part series. Jet Harris. The founder member of the Shadows reveals how his earnings have changed from
L3,000 per week in the sixties to playing gigs for L30 - and how this has affected his life. Director/Producer Alexandra Scott
* See John Peel: page 9

Contributors

Producer:
Alexandra Scott

Muhammad AH: More than Just a Boxer?
In 1964 Cassius Clay delivered two knockout punches to
America. He beat Sonny Liston , against all expectations, for the heavyweight title, then the next day he announced that he was rejecting his "slave name" and embracing the Nation of Islam. Following his refusal to be drafted to Vietnam, he was branded a traitor, received the maximum jail sentence and had his licence withdrawn. Narrated by Laurence Fishburne. Producer Martin Davidson
Repeat Subtitled ..............................

Contributors

Unknown:
Cassius Clay
Unknown:
Sonny Liston
Unknown:
Laurence Fishburne.
Producer:
Martin Davidson

Documentary combines with drama in a film from Modem
Times that takes authentic characters and situations, and places them in a fictional framework. By getting people to act out real-life situations, the programme aims to provide an insight into the experiences of young people on a council estate. Trevor is a poet, teetering on the edge of criminal life. His best friend is Stephen and his muse is Amie. This programme contains strong language. See today's choices.
Directors Paul Pawlikowski , Ian Duncan Executive producer Stephen Lambert

Contributors

Directors:
Paul Pawlikowski
Directors:
Ian Duncan
Producer:
Stephen Lambert

Martin Scorsese 's
Oscar-winning drama, based on the life of middleweight boxer Jake La
Motta, starring Robert De Niro 1941: Under the managership of his brother Joey,
Jake La Motta establishes a reputation as a world championship contender with a string of brutal victories. He begins an affair with Vickie, but his obsessive jealousy sends his personal life and career into a downward spiral.
(1980.18) Black and white and Colour
Digital widescreen * See Films: pp 48-52 *****
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Unknown:
Martin Scorsese
Unknown:
Robert de Niro
Unknown:
Jake La Motta
Jake La Motta:
Robert de Niro
Vickie La Motta:
Cathy Moriarty
Joey La Motta:
Joe Pesci
Salvy:
Frank Vincent
Tommy Como:
Nicholas Colasanto
Lenore:
Theresa Saldana
Mario:
Mario Gallo

Repeats are not indicated. THE GREATS
2.00 Historical Figures LANGUAGES
4.00 The French Experience (1-4) - with subtitles. BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 Computers Don't Bite
E Commerce 40254 5.30 20
Steps to Better Management Letting Go OPEN UNIVERSITY
5.45 Children First
4959612 6.10 English, English
Everywhere - a global language. subtitled 4165877 6.35-7.00am
Deaf-Blind Education in Russia

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