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Comedy starring William Powell
A witless senator runs for president despite the disapproval of his party.
But he has an ace up his sleeve - a diary that could ruin the careers of colleagues. Director George S Kaufman (1947)
Black and white Subtitled. * See Films: pp 60-68 ***


William Powell
George S Kaufman

Two-part episode of the sci-fi series.

6.00 The Maquis: Part 1
Sisko uncovers a terrorist group whose actions threaten to provoke war.

6.40 The Maquis: Part 2
Sisko and Gul Dukat attempt to avert a war instigated by Sisko's old friend.

Videoplus code for 6.00-6.40
Code for 6.40-7.30
Code for 6.00-7.30 (not PDC)

Followed by The Nation's Favourite Song Lyric


Cmdr Benjamin Sisko:
Avery Brooks
Rene Auberjonois
Lt Jadzia Dax:
Terry Farrell
Major Kira Nerys:
Nana Visitor
Chief O'Brien:
Colm Meaney
Dr Julian Bashir:
Siddig El Fadil
Gul Dukat:
Marc Alaimo
Lt Cmdr Cal Hudson:
Bernie Casey
Tony Plana

Return of the series looking at local issues of wider interest.

Tonight's programme takes a look at the dangers of the unregulated use of jet-bikes on public waters. Kathy Morgan takes to the water again for the first time since being acquitted for manslaughter over a fatal jet-ski accident in Dubai and asks if the sport is getting out of control.
(Regional Programme)


Kathy Morgan
James Cameron
Executive Producer:
John Samson

The series addressing aviation issues sees Alain de Cadenet getting to fly a Second World War biplane, the Fairey Swordfish, Vicky Kimm travelling to Albuquerque on a 747's final journey and Robert Elms sitting the Instrument Ratings Test for commercial pilots. Plus a look at aviators who fly single-engine light aircraft across the Atlantic.


Robert Elms
Alain de Cadenet
Vicky Kimm
Series Producer:
Basi Akpabio
Executive Producer:
Peter Hylton Cleaver

Presenters Kate Humble and Quentin Willson take to the streets on the Mediterranean island of Ibiza to road-test Seat's eponymous hatchback. And British Touring Car championship winners are put through their paces on the high street.
(Digital widescreen) (Subtitled)
Magazine: £3.20 from newsagents
Website: [web address removed]


Kate Humble
Quentin Willson
Series Producer:
Julie Clive
John Wilcox

Mark Lawson is joined by Ian Hislop, Tom Paulin and Meera Syal to discuss Roddy Doyle's new novel, Robert De Niro's mob comedy Analyse This, and the cartoon series Futurama, which began on Tuesday on Sky.

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Mark Lawson
Ian Hislop
Tom Paulin
Meera Syal
Michael Poole
Series Producer:
Mark Bell

(Repeats are not indicated)

Open University
12.30 Difference on Screen
1.00 Somewhere a Wall Came Down
1.30 Women of Northern Ireland

2.00 IT Collection: Part 1

4.00 Deutsch Plus (1-4)
with subtitles.

Business and Training
5.00 Planet Europe: Studying Abroad with Erasmus
5.15 Planet Europe: Socrates, Learning in Europe

Open University
5.45 A New Sun is Born
6.10-7.00am Wrapping up the Themes

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