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Madcap sports comedy starring Tony Curtis.
Down-on-his-luck agent Marvin Lazar sees that the notorious junior baseball team, the Bad News Bears, are looking for sponsors for a trip to Japan and senses the chance to make a packet.
Review page 49.
Director John Berry (1978)

Contributors

Unknown:
Tony Curtis.
Unknown:
Marvin Lazar
Director:
John Berry

Presenters Adam Shaw and Paddy O'Connell are joined by experts to answer viewers' questions about holidays.
Take Part: viewers can submit queries to [email address removed]; or via [web address removed]

Contributors

Presenter:
Adam Shaw
Presenter:
Paddy O'Connell
Editor:
Tracey Hobbs

Live coverage from the second round of the Scottish Open where at this point last year, Dutchman Maarten Lafeber shot a 63 to take a two-stroke lead, going into Saturday's round on 12 under, one ahead of joint first-round leader Angel Cabrera. Darren Clarke ,
Jonathan Lomas and Alistair Forsyth found themselves a stroke further back on ten under. www.bbc.co.uk/sport
If play overruns, digital viewers will be able to continue watching the action by pressing the red button

Contributors

Unknown:
Maarten Lafeber
Leader:
Angel Cabrera.
Leader:
Darren Clarke
Leader:
Jonathan Lomas
Leader:
Alistair Forsyth

More and more youngsters are now saying they'd like to be their own bosses, and the government is spending £i80m to give all secondary school children training in enterprise and business. The Money Programme looks at this growing breed of young entrepreneurs and asks whether it is possible to teach anyone how to start up a business. Are moneymakers born or bred? With Max Flint.
Producer Charles Miller ; Editor Clive Edwards

Contributors

Unknown:
Max Flint.
Producer:
Charles Miller
Editor:
Clive Edwards

Czech maestro Jiri Belohlavek lifts the baton for the first time in his new role as chief conductor of the BBC Symphony Orchestra in order to launch the eight-week long 112th season of the world's greatest classical music festival.
The concert begins the Proms' celebration of Mozart's 250th birthday and Shostakovich's centenary, and includes music from Belohlavek's homeland with works by Smetana and Dvorak. Featuring an overture and arias from Mozart's Marriage of Figaro and Don Giovanni sung by soprano Barbara Frittoli and bass John Tomlinson, plus Shostakovich's Symphony No 5, Dvorak's festive Te Deum and Smetana's Vltava from Ma Vlast. Presented by Charles Hazlewood.
Also broadcast on BBC Radio 3 from 7.30pm.

(Synchronised programme notes are available for each Prom via the red button, and the First Night will be available on demand for seven days after broadcast via [web address removed])

The Inside Story: page 114; David Gillard on a new Proms season: page

Contributors

Presenter:
Charles Hazlewood
Soprano:
Barbara Frittoli
Bass:
John Tomlinson
Musicians:
BBC Symphony Orchestra
Conductor:
Jiri Belohlavek
Director:
Jonathan Haswell
Series Editor:
Oliver Macfarlane

A bumper package of performances from the Balado, Kinross, music festival, including Placebo, Arctic Monkeys, the Magic Numbers, plus the Red Hot Chili Peppers and the Who. Edith Bowman and Colin Murray also introduce sets from Paul Weller , Goldfrapp, Richard Ashcroft , Feeder, the Zutons, the Charlatans, Primal Scream, Corinne Bailey Rae , Sigur Ros , Jose Gonzalez and Eels.
Producers Abi Judge and Tony Followell

Contributors

Unknown:
Edith Bowman
Unknown:
Colin Murray
Unknown:
Paul Weller
Unknown:
Richard Ashcroft
Unknown:
Corinne Bailey Rae
Unknown:
Sigur Ros
Unknown:
Jose Gonzalez
Producers:
Abi Judge
Producers:
Tony Followell

www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
Open University & General Interest Rpts not indicated
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3.30 Open Advice Staying on Course
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