6.35 Nuclear Weapons: Crisis Management 7.00 Women and Organisations 7.25 Calculus: Behaviour of Functions 7.50 From Child to Pupil 8.15 Working for Love
8.40 Photochemistry: Vision
9.05 Engineering Mechanics: Solids 9.30 Money Grows on Trees? 9.55 Arts: The Great
Exhibition 10.20 Nutrition and Digestion 10.45 Maths:
Volumes of Revolution 11.10
Open Forum Magazine: News and Views on Higher Education and the OU 11.35 Man-made
Sue MacGregor presents the weekly political review for the south and east, with a look at the work of the region's MPs. Reports from Kate Barker and Terry Dignan.
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Parliamentary committees scrutinise the work of government. lain
MacWhirter asks how well they do their job as he presents the liveliest committee sessions and passes on news from the Committee Corridor.
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How psychologists help appoint the right people to the right jobs.
Introduced by Bob Wilson.
1.30 Cricket; 3.40 Tennis
England v West Indies Continued live coverage of the First Test from from Headingley.
(Further coverage at 11.45pm)
The men's final in the French Open
Championships from Paris. Between them,
Sweden's Bjorn Borg and Mats Wilander have won this title nine times.
Fellow countryman Stefan Edberg has yet to score. Commentary by Dan Maskell and Mark Cox.
Television presentation Cricket Keith Mackenzie
Rory Cellan Jones reports on the battle for the lucrative world aircraft market.
Editor David Nissan
Eight travellers along the world's great highways.
Silver Tracks. Even today the 17th-century silver routes of Bolivia are perilous. From the cyanide-weeping rocks of the Potosi mines, along a trail strewn with strange myths, customs and cultures, songwriter Billy Bragg and broadcaster Andy Kershaw trace a route to Chile and the seaport of Arica.
Director Michael Houldey 0 BOOK: same title, L 16.00, from booksellers
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The series investigating values in art asks if the west is getting a taste of its own medicine as Japan buys up European masterpieces. Altered States. Tonight's programme travels to three continents to look at art as an import/export business. Director Jake Auerbach
Executive producer Keith Alexander
Personal reflections on the best of 20th-century British architecture.
County Arcade, Leeds.
Alan Bennett wanders through the exotic arcade designed by Frank Matcham in 1900. Director David Hinton
Producer Ruth Rosenthal
John le Carre's 's classic story dramatised in seven parts by Arthur Hopcraft. Starring
6: Smiley has questioned Prideaux about his interrogation by the Russians. But he is even more interested to hear what happened when Prideaux returned to face questions in England.
Music composed and conducted by Geoffrey Burgon
Producer Jonathan Powell
Director John Irvin
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Alex Cox introduces another in the season of cult films.
First showing on network television for this nightmarish comedy starring Melanie Griffith, Jeff Daniels
When Charlie gets picked up by Lulu one lunchtime, he has no idea how far she'll take him into the wild world she inhabits. Directed by Jonathan Demme, whose recent chiller The Silence of the Lambs has found enormous success at the box office and critical acclaim.
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FILMS: pages 31-38
PICTURE STORY: page 46
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Audrey 'Lulu' Hankel:
England v West Indies
Highlights of the fourth day's play from Headingley.
Introduced by Richie Benaud.
Featuring Rebel MC, PM
Dawn and Yo Yo. Introduced by Normski.