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Engaging science-fiction adventure starring Joseph Mazzello as a lonely boy whose life is changed when he discovers an alien battle suit in a local junkyard.
Review page 56. (1997, PG)

Contributors

Unknown:
Joseph Mazzello
Director:
Manny Coto

Live second-round Masters coverage from Wembley Conference Centre in London.
This afternoon's matches feature former Masters runner-up Ken Doherty and world champion and last year's beaten Masters finalist Ronnie O'Sullivan. If both win, they'll meet in Fridays quarter-final. With Ray Stubbs.
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Contributors

Unknown:
Ken Doherty
Unknown:
Ronnie O'Sullivan.
Unknown:
Ray Stubbs.

World champion and world number one Ronnie O'Sullivan will be looking to book his quarter-final place as coverage at the Masters at the Wembley Conference Centre in London continues.
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Contributors

Unknown:
Ronnie O'Sullivan

New series 1/6.
Aspects of Britain's social history as captured on celluloid over the last 100 years. The inter-war years saw a craze for health and fitness. Rare archive footage and eyewitness accounts combine to demonstrate how people went about using diet and exercise to try to improve their sense of physical well-being.
Director/Producer Rosalind Bain First shown on BBC4
The final episode is on Friday at 8.30pm on BBC4
Danny Kelly on people's history: page 63

Contributors

Producer:
Rosalind Bain
Director:
Rosalind Bain

The enchanting story of North American Inuit boy Apak Taktu as he makes his first trip out onto the frozen Arctic Sea. Under his father's tutelage, the boy learns essential survival skills such as building igloos, travelling by dog sled, hunting seals and avoiding the unwelcome attention of polar bears. Sean Pertwee and Jobie Weetalluktuk narrate.
Series producer Paul Appleby; Executive producer Fiona Pitcher
Repeated next Sunday [web address removed] Cold comforts: page 16

Contributors

Unknown:
Apak Taktu
Unknown:
Sean Pertwee
Unknown:
Jobie Weetalluktuk
Producer:
Paul Appleby

Otters and Oil. A Midsummer's Day study of the otters who inhabit the Sullorn oil terminal in Shetland, shot by award-winning film-maker Charlie Hamilton James. Producer Roger Webb : Series producer Wendy Darke

Contributors

Unknown:
Charlie Hamilton James.
Producer:
Roger Webb
Producer:
Wendy Darke

Regional Variations (2)

Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution

Episode 6: Liberation and Revenge

Duration: 45 minutes

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

Last in series about the Nazi concentration camp looks at the fate of the remaining prisoners and their guards. Show more

When the advertising firm is hired by a Brazilian drinks company to make their spirit as big as Bacardi, executives face a challenge as the tipple is unknown outside of Brazil. Narrated by Robert Lindsay.
Director Jennifer Clayton ; Executive producer Bill Grist

Contributors

Unknown:
Robert Lindsay.
Director:
Jennifer Clayton

Scotland's John Higgins ended his three-year title drought with victory in the British Open last November and will be looking to build on that form as he starts out on his Masters campaign.
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Contributors

Unknown:
John Higgins

BBC Two England

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