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The Prince of Atlantis
Akata and his friends awaken a giant sea monster.
(R) (S)

8.40 Arthur
Animated series about a young aardvark.
(R) (S)

9.10 Casper
Adventures with the friendly ghost.
(R) (S)

9.30 The Journey of Allen Strange
Allen's signal home is intercepted by the Trykloids.
(R) (S)

10.00 Student Bodies
Part-animated school comedy.
(R) (S)

10.25 Byker Grove
The first episode in a rerun of the last series sees the Grovers facing the terrible consequences of Greg's fall.
(R) (S)

Contributors

Writer (Byker Grove):
Brian B Thompson

Presented by Steve Rider.
1.35 Rowing World Cup action from Vienna with Britain's
Matthew Pinsent and James Cracknell looking for victory in the men's coxiess pairs. Gary Herbert , Dan Topolski and Gillian Lindsay commentate.
2.00 European Wheelchair
Athletics Highlights from the inaugural championships from Nottwill, Switzerland.
2-10 Rome Golden League Action from Friday's athletics meeting.
2.30,3.40 Athletics Live from
Scotstoun stadium in Glasgow, where British athletes take on teams from America and Russia in a competition boasting a record prize fund. Stuart Storey , Steve Cram , Paul Dickenson ,
Brendan Foster , John Regis and Sally Gunnell commentate.
3.25 Racing Coverage of the Irish Derby from the Curragh with Aidan O'Brien hoping to achieve a Derby double with his colt Galileo. Jim McGrath provides the commentary.
5.30 Show Jumping British hope John Whitaker is among those competing for European glory in Arnhem, Holland. With commentary from Stephen Hadley and Michael Tucker.
(W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/sport

Contributors

Presented By:
Steve Rider.
Unknown:
Matthew Pinsent
Unknown:
James Cracknell
Unknown:
Gary Herbert
Unknown:
Dan Topolski
Unknown:
Gillian Lindsay
Unknown:
Stuart Storey
Unknown:
Steve Cram
Unknown:
Paul Dickenson
Unknown:
Brendan Foster
Unknown:
John Regis
Unknown:
Sally Gunnell
Unknown:
Aidan O'Brien
Unknown:
Jim McGrath
Unknown:
John Whitaker
Unknown:
Stephen Hadley
Unknown:
Michael Tucker.

Olympic gold medallist Linford Christie offers a sneak preview of the Hampton Court Palace Flower Show.
Producer Ray Hough ; Executive producers Dippy Chaudhary and Samir Shah See also tomorrow 9pm (S) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/londonlive

Contributors

Unknown:
Linford Christie
Producer:
Ray Hough
Producer:
Samir Shah

The liberation of first Paris in August 1944 and then Brussels suggested the war was as good as over. But the German retreat was to bring one of the most tragic episodes of the conflict. Narrated by Laurence Olivier. (R) (S)

Contributors

Narrator:
Laurence Olivier
Director:
Peter Batty
Producer:
Jeremy Isaacs

Second in a new four-part series which reveals the inside story of the peace process in Northern Ireland.
In February 1991, Prime Minister John Major survived an IRA mortar attack. But this wasn't the only message he received from the Republican movement - while publicly the British government refused to talk to terrorists, behind the scenes covert communications began. (S) (W)

Contributors

Director/Producer:
Mark Anderson
on BBC Two England

An investigation into the events behind the loss of HMS
Sheffield, destroyed by Exocet missiles during the Falklands War, and the subsequent desperate SAS and MI6 missions to destroy the remaining Argentine Exocets - a race against time on which the war's outcome depended. Director Dan Korn ; Executive director Mark Dowd (S) (W)

Contributors

Director:
Dan Korn
Director:
Mark Dowd

Second in a six-part sitcom starring Phil Comwell and Peter Serafinowicz as landlords of London's least successful pub. Drink. A drinking competition is chosen as the solution to local rivalry, after Dodgy causes upset by turning the establishment into a sports-themed pub. With Kevin Eldon. Written by Tony Roche ; Director Michael Cumming ; Producer Jane Berthoud
(S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/worldofpub

Contributors

Unknown:
Phil Comwell
Unknown:
Peter Serafinowicz
Unknown:
Kevin Eldon.
Written By:
Tony Roche
Director:
Michael Cumming
Producer:
Jane Berthoud

Innovative new six-part sketch show introducing a world of surreal, dark and plain daft comedy, where Hans and Horst, the world's strongest men, fall in love and a bank robber attempts a heist armed with a rubber skeleton. With Julie Duncanson , Mark McDonnell , Steve McNicoll and Gavin Mitchell.
Director Eric Ngowani Haynes : Producer Gary Chippington (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown:
Julie Duncanson
Unknown:
Mark McDonnell
Unknown:
Steve McNicoll
Unknown:
Gavin Mitchell.
Director:
Eric Ngowani Haynes
Producer:
Gary Chippington

Regional Variations (2)

People Like Us

Series 1

Episode 1: Managing Director

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

Spoof documentary series looking at Middle England through the eyes of film-maker Roy Mallard. A managing director talks about the life of his company.

Regional Variations (2)

People Like Us

Series 1

Episode 1: Managing Director

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

Spoof documentary series looking at Middle England through the eyes of film-maker Roy Mallard. A managing director talks about the life of his company.

**** Comedy thriller.
Larry and Carol Lipton spend a night out with their neighbours, Paul and Lillian House. The next day they learn that Lillian has died, and Carol suspects Paul. Ends 1.55.
(1993, PG) (S) Film of the week: page 39

Contributors

Director:
Woody Allen
Ted:
Alan Alda
Larry Lipton:
Woody Allen
Carol Lipton:
Diane Keaton
Marcia Fox:
Anjelica Huston
Paul House:
Jerry Adler
Marilyn:
Joy Behar

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6.30 Developing Language Ends 7.00am. (S)

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