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: Open University

Social Science: From Public to
Private

: News

: Westminster

Yesterday in parliament.

: Daytime on Two

9.00 Quinze Minutes: Temps Libre

9.15 A Life of Our Own: A Home of Our Own

9.40 A-level German: Gabriele Stiegler

10.00 You and Me: Missing Words

10.15 Why? Because....

10.40 Disability - No Problem

11.00 Words and Pictures: Tomorrow

11.15 Mathspy: To Make the Pattern Fit

11.35 Teaching Today: Teachers Review Their Work Together

12.05 Links: Britain and the Developing World: Is the Price Right?

12.30 Lifeschool: First Steps at Work: It's Up to You
All about team work, leadership and trust.

12.55 A Way With Numbers: Keep It In Proportion

1.20 Tales of Aesop

1.25 What's Inside

1.40 Zig Zag: The Greeks: Women and Children
A studio reconstruction of a household in ancient Greece.

2.00 News: Weather
followed by You and Me

Contributors

Subject (A-level German): Gabriele Stiegler

: In the Making

Blacksmith. Ex-teacher
Ivan Smith at work in his
Worcestershire smithy.

Contributors

Unknown: Ivan Smith

: Country File

A report on the killing of birds of prey.

: News Weather

Followed by Westminster Live
Parliamentary highlights of the day. Presented by Vivian White. Commentary by Brian Curtois.

Contributors

Presented By: Vivian White.
Commentary By: Brian Curtois.

: News; Weather

and Regional News; Weather

: Call My Bluff

A pitched battle of words and wit.

: Plunder

Comedy actor
Derek Nimmo chooses clips from TV programmes.

Contributors

Unknown: Derek Nimmo

: Who's a Clever Boy?

Documentary about three feathered entrants to a Talking Birds competition.

: Horizon

Colonising Cyberspace
Michael Hordern explores the computer technology that scientists call 'virtual reality'.
• TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Hordern

: Star Trek: the Next Generation

The adventures of the new
USS Enterprise and its crew. Starring Patrick Stewart as Captain Jean-Luc Picard
The Schizoid Man. There's a mission to bring medical aid to one of the most brilliant humans in the universe.
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown: Patrick Stewart
Unknown: Captain Jean-Luc Picard

: DEF II Rough Guide to the World: Update

W A second visit to
NE Dakar in Senegal. See panel below.
Series producer Rachel Purnell revised

Contributors

Producer: Rachel Purnell

: Birthrights

NFW Six films on culture and identity viewed from black perspectives.
Who's 's Batting for Britain ?
Norman Tebbit 's criticism of British Asians for supporting Indian and Pakistani Test cricket teams last summer outraged Britain's black communities. One year on, the 'cricket test' still raises deep questions about what being British really means. Director Salim Salam
Executive producer Chris Lent
A Lloyd Gardner production for BBCtv

Contributors

Unknown: Norman Tebbit
Director: Salim Salam
Unknown: Lloyd Gardner

: Water Wars

Second in a three-part series exploring the importance of water in power politics. To the Last Drop. As the Middle East moves on from the turmoil of the Gulf War, the conflict over water - a resource more valuable than oil - becomes all the more crucial. Israel gave up the Sinai: it was rich merely in oil. But the West Bank and the Golan Heights contain water resources which are vital for
Israel. Jordan and Syria are in disagreement over the Yarmuk River, which flows into the disputed Jordan River. And as Turkey builds massive dams on the Tigris and Euphrates, relations between Turks, Syrians, Iraqis and Kurds grow ever more tense. Written and narrated by Michael Elliott.
Series producer Michael Waldman

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Elliott.
Producer: Michael Waldman

: M*A*S*H

Identity Crisis. Hawkeye plans revenge for a jilted soldier.

: The Paper Man

A six-part drama
NEW series about a man who transforms a small
Sydney newspaper into an influential media organisation. Starring John Bach Oliver Tobias
Tomorrow the World. Phillip Cromwell , an idealistic young Australian, buys a run-down newspaper and sets it on the road to recovery. But he soon attracts powerful rivals.
Written by Keith Aberdein and John Lonie Director Peter Fisk • DRAMA: page 7
PICTURE STORY: page 80
• TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown: John Bach
Unknown: Oliver Tobias
Unknown: Phillip Cromwell
Written By: Keith Aberdein
Unknown: John Lonie
Director: Peter Fisk
Phillip Cromwell: John Bach
Ian Harris: Oliver Tobias
Virginia Morgan: Rebecca Gilling
Kate Cromwell: Peta Toppano
Marjorie Stack: Pat Bishop
Elliot Colder: Barry Otto
Clarrie Bullock: Paul Chubb
Frank Coates: Rob Steele
Barry Slater: Bob Baines
George Slater: Dennis Miller
Patrick Shand: Doug Scroope
Joe Lublin: Harry Weiss
Sir Charles Llewellyn: Freddie Jones

: Fifth Column

A personal perspective on a current issue.
Editor Anne Tyerman

Contributors

Editor: Anne Tyerman

: Newsnight

With Peter Snow.

Contributors

Presenter: Peter Snow

: The Late Show

Arts and media programme.

: Weatherview









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