TV Times - 7 -13 July 2007

Exhibit A: leftist nationalist muppet

The rise in anti-Semitism and the prolific use of tagging are the main topics this week.

Also this week the tales both of the residents of the Pepys estate and of the employees of the Chennai call centre continue and Paris' radical history is explored.

Pick of the Week red n black star
Mon 9 July - 8 - 9pm - Channel 4 - The War on Britain's Jews?
Pick of the Week for both its content and choice of presenter - the notorious Right-wing journalist Richard Littlejohn, this documentary takes a look at the recent rise in attacks on Jewish persons and property. Littlejohn's controversial contention is that flames of race hatred are being fanned not only by radical Islamic extremists, but by anti-Israeli bias on the liberal political left as British Jews are held to account for Israeli government policy.

Mon 9 July - 10.35 - 11.25pm - BBC1 - The Tower
This documentary continues to illustrate the realities of structural inequalities on the Pepys estate in south-east London simply by telling the tales of the residents everyday lives.

Tue 10 July - 9 - 10pm - BBC1 - Tagging Undercover: A Panorama Special
Paul Kenyon goes undercover to discover what life as a tagged person is like and he also asks if it helps to reduce re-offending. The UK legal system tags twice as many offenders as the rest of Europe put together.

Tue 10 July - 9 - 10pm - BBC2 - Paris: 3/3: Bohemian Rhapsody
In this final episode, Sandrine Voillet investigates key underground movements which defined the city in the 20th century and in so doing discusses existentialism and the student riots of 1968.

Wed 11 July - 10.00 - 10.30pm - BBC4 - Office Tigers - 3/4
This continued exploration of the effects on local people of corporate outsourcing exposes the lengths Indians are having to go to in order to join the global economy.