6.35 Maths: Non-Euclidean Geometry
7.00 Resource Constraints
7.25 Calculus: Logarithmic Function
7.50 Water Turbine Design
8.15 Violent Galaxies
8.40 Light, the Destroyer
9.05 Introduction to Psychology
9.30 Opening Doors - Some Personal Views
9.55 Stand by Your Banner!
10.20 Biology: The Vertebrate Kidney
10.45 Maths: Fibonacci Numbers
11.10 Education: The Future of Print
11.35 Science: A Day in the Life
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Christopher Jones with the week's best speeches, most telling moments and wittiest asides.
A look at the politicians at work in the House of Commons, the House of Lords and the Committee Rooms. Editor Lydia Howard
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Then at 12.35pm how decisions made at Westminster will affect your part of the country.
A case study of red grouse. A BBC/Open University production
Introduced by Harry Carpenter.
Golf: the Open
The final day of the 119th Open Championship from St Andrews , with commentary by Peter Alliss , Bruce Critchley , Alex Hay ,
Clive Clark , Mike Hughesdon ,
Mark McCormack and Steve Rider. Producer Martin Hopkins Editor John Philips
The rolling hills of the Derbyshire
Peak District and the waters of the Ladybower Reservoir make a sweeping backcloth to the trials for the BBCtv International Sheepdog Championship.
Today's shepherds combine their skills with the stamina and intelligence of their dogs. Heat 2 - Ireland.
The competitors are Tom Quirke with Sue, Paddy Roche with Flash and Robert Goligher with Moss. Introduced by Phil Drabble with Eric Halsall. Director Joy Corbett Producer Ian Smith
Magenta de Vine and Sankha Guha visit Dakar in Senegal, the most westerly point of Africa. The city offers a unique mix of African,
Islamic and French culture. Go on the beach with singer
Youssou NDour , on the hunt for Mr Right , and in pursuit of the perfect skin colour. Plus polygamy, fundamentalism, Hindi movies and the slave trade. Where to go, what to do and how not to be ripped off.
A compilation of highlights from the late-night arts and media programme. Tonight: cigarette advertising and surrealism; the dancer and choreographer Shobana Jeyasingh breaks the rules of traditional
Indian dance with a specialty commissioned piece, Late; a profile of the distinguished French photographer Robert Doisneau whose work captures the romantic myth of Paris; and the minimalist fiction of Nicholson Baker , a remorseless chronicler of the everyday.
Producer Jamie Muir
The winners of this year's competition to find the best of British design, decided by public vote, receive their awards at a special ceremony in London's Old Billingsgate Market, itself a finalist in the environmental design section. Did you vote for a winner? Will it be the microscope or the printing works, the greetings stamps or the shower? Find out when the awards in each section are presented by the chairmen of the judging panels: Sir Terence Conran , Sir Norman Foster and John Hegarty. In the light of the awards, design consultant
John Thackara presents his view of the current strengths and weaknesses of the industry which are debated by the invited audience from the design world.
Presented by Muriel Gray. Producer Alex Marengo
Executive producer Keith Alexander
BBC Design Awards Exhibitions sponsored by National Power
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Could it be Nick Faldo , could it be Seve Ballesteros , could it be Greg Norman or will a new name be engraved on the old claret jug?
By now, the 1990 Open Champion should be known. Harry Carpenter introduces highlights of the final round of the 119th Open from St Andrews and the stories around it.
Alex Cox introduces another in the season of outstanding cult films.
Starring David Naughton, Jenny Agutter, Griffin Dunne
When two American youths are attacked by a werewolf on an English moor, one of them, Jack Goodman, is killed, but his friend David Kessler is saved and wakes up in a London hospital. Beset by nightmares, David is told they are all in his mind but soon he is paid a visit by his dead friend, Jack, horribly mutilated and bearing bad news. John Landis directed this gripping tale of terror, garnished with wit, suspense and spine-chilling special effects.
Information: a 'Moviedrome' guide featuring films from all three series is available, price ÃÂ£2.75, from [address removed].
Films: pages 16-20
Director (An American Werewolf in London):
Dr J.S. Hirsch:
Second chess player:
Nurse Susan Gallagher: