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Open University


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6.40 Are Four Colours Sufficient?
7.05 Maths: ModellingStock Control 7.30 Geology: from
Swamps to Coal 7.55 Images: the Crab Nebula 8.20 The Pine
Beauty A rare native moth has become aforest pest in northern Scotland. How do entomologists develop environmentally safe control measures? 8.45 CIM in the Workplace 9. 10 Race. Education and Society 9.35 Customer Service A look at how three different health professionals interact with their patients
10.00 II Tempio Malatestiano
10.25 King Lear Workshop
Director John Russell-Brown takes Julian Gloverthrough some crucial scenes, concentratingonthe
King's madness 10.50 Problems with Ions 11.15 Beyond Famine
11.40 Patterns of Diversity A century-and-a-half after Darwin, evolution remains an area of controversy 12.05 Swedish
Science in the 18th Century For centuries, Sweden was something of a scientific backwater, but in the 1700s, Swedes made major discoveries in astronomy, biology and chemistry 12.30 Learning from the Box How television and video are used for learning 12.55 Industrial Democracy 1.20 Markets and Hierarchies 1.45 The Other Virtuosos 2.10 LivingChoices: Changing Places 2.35 Mental
Handicap: Gwen - a Working Life


Director: John Russell-Brown
Unknown: Julian Gloverthrough

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