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BBC One London

Life on One

The new football season is under way. In the light of Lord Justice
Taylor's report, what have the clubs done to improve spectator safety? Sarah Greene and Simon Mayo report from a First Division match. Other stories from Sankha Guha , Judith Burns and Nikki Spencer. SeriesproducerTeresaHunt Editor David Paterson
BBC One London

Top of the Pops

The UK's top pop chart show with the latest countdown from the Top 40. Introduced by Simon Mayo. Lighting director Geoff Beech Producer/Director Paul Ciani
0 SIMULTANEOUS
BROADCAST: with Radio 1
BBC One London

Life on One

What could 'acid air' do to our lungs? Live from central London,
Sarah Greene and Simon Mayo find out how polluted our air is and what's being done to clean it up.
With Sankha Guha , Nikki Spencer and Judith Burns. Producer Teresa Hunt
Series editor David Paterson
BBC One London

Life on One

Ice-cream made from potatoes, pasta that lived in the sea, microscopic fungi - what will we be eating next? Half of us are cutting down on meat, but suppose we all gave it up: what would the world be like? And what about fats that don't have any calories - a dream come true or something of a nightmare? Live from a medieval castle, Sarah Greene and Simon Mayo are joined by chefs and dinner guests for a foray into food. With Nikki Spencer , Sankha Guha and Judith Burns. Producer Katharine Everett Series editor David Paterson
0 HEALTH: page 73
BBC One London

Life on One

Sarah Greene and Simon Mayo present their brand of consumer comment. This week live from
Blackpool: who put the pleasure in the Blackpool Pleasure Beach? Is there a special type of person who gets a thrill from being turned upside down? Is it addictive and is it safe? Plus a report on the risks faced by volunteers who take part in clinical drug tests. And an alternative dose of humour from
Judith Burns , Sankha Guha and Nikki Spencer.
Producer Teresa Hunt Editor David Paterson
BBC One London

Top of the Pops

Presented by Simon Mayo. Director/Producer Stanley Appel
* SIMULTANEOUS BROADCAST: with Radio 1.
0 MAGAZINE: for the latest charts and pop news, get 'Number One ' magazine every Wednesday, 55p from newsagents
BBC One London

Life on One

Driven bananas by vegetarianism? Round the bend by unleaded petrol? Mad by BSE? Sarah Greene and Simon Mayo take a fresher look at life in this magazine programme. This week: from Aberystwyth Harbour, what is being done about Britain's reputation as the 'dirty man of Europe'? Will our seasides ever be clean enough for our children to bathe in? With Judith Burns ,
Sankha Guha and Nikki Spencer. Producer Teresa Hunt Editor David Paterson
BBC One London

Top of the Pops

Bringing you the latest countdown in vision and sound from the Top 40 chart. Introduced by Simon Mayo. Lighting director Chris Kempton Producer/Director Paul Ciani
0 SIMULTANEOUS BROADCAST. with Radio 1.
BBC One London

Life on One

Live from Europe's most advanced car ferry, Sarah Greene and Simon Mayo look at ferry safety. Despite recent changes in the law and alterations to ferries themselves, is travelling by ferry still more dangerous than flying? With
Judith Burns , Sankha Guha and Nikki Spencer.
Producer Katharine Everett Series editor David Paterson (Postponed from 5 July)
BBC One London

Top of the Pops

Simon Mayo introduces the pop chart show.
Lighting director Geoff Beech Producer/Director Paul Ciani
0 SIMULTANEOUS BROADCAST: with Radio 1.
BBC One London

Life on One

You can't see it, you can't taste it, you can't smell it, yet some claim it kills 2,500 people a year. It's naturally occuring radioactive radon and it's in 100,000 homes.
Sarah Greene and Simon Mayo investigate. Other reports from Sankha Guha , Nikki Spencer and Judith Burns. Producer Katharine Everett Editor David Paterson
BBC One London

Life on One

Rivers, reservoirs, sewers, zoos: what do they have in common?
They are all places Sarah Greene and Simon Mayo might be visiting this week, with their live look at issues that affect you and your family.
Series producer Katharine Everett Editor David Paterson
BBC One London

Life on One

Unsalted cosmetics, free-range nappies, low-fat light bulbsl
Confused about your health?
Sarah Greene , Simon Mayo and reporters Judith Burns ,
Sankha Guha and Nikki Spencer join forces each week to sort out the puzzles of life in the 90s. This week: live from a cross-channel ferry somewhere between Dover and Calais. With ferry travel ten times more dangerous than air travel, is enough being done to protect the public? Producer Katharine Everett Editor David Paterson
BBC One London

Top of the Pops

The UK's longest-running pop chart show brings the latest countdown in vision and sound from the current Top 40. Introduced by Simon Mayo.
Director/Producer Stanley Appel
0 SIMULTANEOUS BROADCAST: with Radio 1.
0 MAGAZINE: for the latest charts and pop news, get 'Number One' magazine every Wednesday, 55p from newsagents.
BBC One London

Top of the Pops

The UK's longest-running pop chart show brings the latest countdown in vision and sound from the current Top 40. Introduced by Simon Mayo.
Director/Producer Paul Ciani
0 SIMULTANEOUS BROADCAST: with Radio 1.
BBC One London

Top of the Pops

Introduced by Simon Mayo.
SIMULTANEOUS BROADCAST: with Radio 1.
BBC One London

Life on One

We throw away so much rubbish that we are running out of places to bury it. What can be done? In the last of the series Sarah Greene and Simon Mayo see what Britain's first recycling city, Sheffield, is doing.
Will every household in Britain have to throw away its old dustbin? Plus Government secrecy on the safety of your car and a look at life after death. Reports by Sankha Guha and Nikki Spencer. Producer Allan Sharpe
Series editor David Paterson
BBC One London

Top of the Pops

Britain's longest-running TV pop chart show. Introduced by Radio l's Breakfast Show presenter Simon Mayo. Director/Producer Stanley Appel STEREO
● MAGAZINE: Number One magazine, available every Wednesday. 60p from newsagents.
BBC One London

Top of the Pops

Introduced by Simon Mayo. Director/Producer Paul Ciani
* SIMULTANEOUS BROADCAST: with Radio 1.
0 MAGAZINE: for the latest pop news get Number One every Wednesday. 55p from newsagents.
BBC One London

Top of the Pops

The UK's longest-running pop chart show.
With Simon Mayo, who next week takes the Radio 1 Roadshow around north Devon.
SIMULTANEOUS BROADCAST: Radio 1
MAGAZINE: Number One magazine. available every Wednesday. 60p from newsagents.






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