Brandon Sun (Newspaper) - June 23, 2002, Brandon, Manitoba
SATURDAYHIG H LIG HTS7 p.m. on 0®Movie: For Your Eyes Only
Unwittingly providing scads of material for irreverent heir Austin Powers, James Bond (Roger Moore) charms his way around Greece in this 1981 film. He secures the future of the free world by yachting in the Aegean and nurturing meaningful rela-tionships with women, including the daughter (Carole Bouquet) of a murdered scientist. Together, they seek to recapture a high-tech encryption device from an insidious criminal mastermind.7 p.m. on fOOS Q Movie:Music of the Heart
Multiple Oscar winner Meryl Streep stars in the true story of a single mother battling a big-city school board to save the music program in three different schools. In teaching the violin, she knows the power of
music to transform her students’ lives and she is not about to give that up without a fight. She doesn't count on the lengths to which school officials will go to end the programs, save some money and keep sports alive, doris Leachman. Aidan Quinn and Angela Bassett also star in this 1999 drama.7 p.m. on IP) fief! Touched by an Angel
The death of her mother sends a youngster (Holliston Coleman. "Bless the Child") on a search to locate her unknown father in the repeat episode "Hello, I Love You.” The quest ultimately leads her to a man (David Knegel) who has been cheating on his wife (guest star Leah Lad), and further information suggests that he isn’t the girl’s father after all.The vengeful Melina Havelock (Carole Bouquet) hooks up with Agent 007 (Roger Moore) to find a potentially deadly communications device in For Your Eyes Only, airing Saturday on ABC.
CFL football returns this week on TSN
By George Dickie © Tribune Media Services
T'he wait is over.
Seven months after the Calgary Stam-peders defeated the Winnipeg Blue Bombers 27-19 in last November’s Grey Cup game, the Canadian Football League returns for the 2002 regular season with na-uonally televised games on Friday and Sat-uday. June 28 and 29.
Fans looking for early season action can tune to TSN and RDS for the lion's share ot telecasts, with CBG Television starting ' coverage iii Septemoer. As was the case iusi vear, CBG and RDS will air playoff games including the Grey Cup.
TSN’s first game of the season on Friday !' a doubleheader. In the early game, the Saskatchewan Rough Riders take on the Ot-taw.i Renegades. Then the defending champion Stampedes play host to the Edmonton ^kilties. On Saturday, the BC Lions pay a visa 'he Hamilton Tiger-Cats.
-It would seem ironic that Great Britain, the land that gave us tennis on grass, has not had a Wimbledon men’s final champion >ince Fred Perry in 1936. So it was in last year's semifinal against Goran IvanisevicVenus Williams
that native son Tim Henman had the chance to bring the title back home. And things looked good for Henman when a light rain stopped plav with Henman leading 5-7 7-6 6-0 2-1.
But the rain delays that caused the semifinal to be played over the course of three days would serve to break Henman’s rhythm and work to Ivanisevic’s advantage.
Ivanisevic took the fourth set on a tie break and after another overnight rain delay, put Henman away. 7-5 6-7 0-6 7-6 6-3.
On the women’s side. Venus Williams successfully defended her 2000 title with a 6-1, 3-6. 6-0 win over Belgium teen-ager Justine Henin.
This year, the men’s title is up for grabs with Andre Agassi. Pete Sampras, Todd Martin. Marat Satin and Lleyton Hewitt in contention. Williams deiends hers against Jennifer Capriati, Martina Hingis and Lindsay Davenport. TSN offers coverage beginning Monday, June 24.
• On a sadder note, this week also marks (in all likelihood) the final appearance of the Montreal Expos at the SkyDome. The Expos, headed for another city or contraction at season’s end, visit Toronto in the second half of the annual home-and-home interleague series with the Blue Jays, and this will be fans’ last opportunity to see their two Canadian teams face each other (barring a stay of execution or an unlikely World Series matchup). So tune to Rogers Sportsnet on Friday and CBC Television Saturday and next Sunday. June 30, to see Canadian sports history being made.
A music teacher (Meryl Streep) batties the school board to keep music in the school curriculum in the 1999 Oscar-nominated film Music of The Heart airing Saturday on NBO.AUTOMOTIVE ADVICE
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