Programme Index

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Adrian Chiles talks to retiring Southampton footballer Graeme Le Saux about his playing career and keeping fit.
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(Adrian Chiles on the Big Challenge: p121)


Adrian Chiles
Graeme Le Saux
Duncan Hess
Tracey Hobbs

Live coverage of the quarter-final stage of the Queen's tournament. Will there be a spectacle to match last year's breaking of the speed record when
Andy Roddick fired the world's fastest serve in his win over Paradorn Srichaphan ? With Sue Barker. Executive producer Paul Davies BBCi- additional live coverage between
1.00 and 8.00pm via the red button


Andy Roddick
Paradorn Srichaphan
Paul Davies

Are you suffering with "Kippers"? Get your head around the concept of Kids in Parents' Pockets Eroding Retirement Savings as The Money
Programme profiles those put-upon mums and dads bailing their kids out well into adulthood.
Director Joanna Lee ; Editor Clive Edwards


Joanna Lee
Clive Edwards

6/8. The Midlands. Dominic Heale tours the outstanding landscapes of the Midlands, from Blue John cavern, through Wenlock Edge to Dove Dale. Director John Dickinson ; Executive producer Charles Hunter
Revised repeat - first shown on BBC Midlands


Dove Dale.
John Dickinson
Charles Hunter

All things watery considered, with planting in the small formal pond and a check on progress in the larger wildlife pond. Plus Carol busy in the long borders and Monty readying himself for next week's Gardeners' World Live plant swap and preparing to transport the container vegetable garden to the event. Producer Andy Vernon ; Series producer Sarah Moors


Andy Vernon
Sarah Moors

2/3. Love and Loss. Charles Hazlewood explores the music of Beethoven's prodigiously creative middle years, a period in which Napoleon's troops swept through Europe. With revolution in the air, Beethoven wrote five symphonies, four concertos and his only opera, Fidelio, which took its inspiration from the Napoleonic ideas of freedom, truth and equality.
Writer/Director Damon Thomas ; Exec producer Sue Judd BBCi: information on the programme's music available via the red button Beethoven Uncovered is at 10pm on BBC4
Beethoven's first five symphonies are available to download as MP3 files at, for seven days from Tuesday 7 June


Charles Hazlewood
Damon Thomas
Sue Judd
Ludwig van Beethoven:
Paul Rhys
Carl van Beethoven:
Jonathan Singer
Johanna van Beethoven:
Sarah Hadland
Prince Lichnowsky:
David Bamber
Peter von Braun:
David Calder
Archduke Rudolph:
Christian Coulson
Ferdinand Ries:
Bertie Carvel
Josephine Deym:
Olivia Llewellyn
Antoinie Brentano:
Bronwen Davies
Karl van Beethoven:
Caspar Harvey
Russell Leyton
Princess Lichnowsky:
Karen Lewis
Franz Brentano:
Grzeqorz Damiecki
Fritz Deym:
Marcim Walewski

3/4. The Meedja. Newspaper columnists and the media's obsession with the sex lives of celebrities incur the wrath of our band of senior cynics.
Producer Alan Lewens ; Exec producer Stuart Prebble


Alan Lewens
Stuart Prebble

Regional Variations (2)

Later... with Jools Holland

Series 25

Episode 5

Duration: 1 hour, 5 minutes

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

Jools is joined by Beck, Doves, David Sanborn, Plantlife, Kubb and M and Ward. Plus interviews with Martin Freeman and Albert Hammond.

Tense thriller starring
Frank Sinatra and Sterling Hayden. The calm of the small town of Suddenly is shattered when three armed men arrive and hold a family hostage. Review page 60. Director Lewis Allen (1954, PG) (BW)
Followed by The Witness <R)


Frank Sinatra
Sterling Hayden.
Lewis Allen
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Was Anybody There? 17237 2.30 Meaning in Abstract Art 29072 3.00 Living with Risk
3.30 The Golden Thread 10324 4.00 Powers of the President Constitution and Congress 3166850 4.50 Ever Wondered? 64131148 5.00 Finding a Voice
Jack, Sam and Jamie 73904 5.30 In the Shadow of the Vesuvius The volcano as tourist attraction.

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