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: Open University

6.35 Culture and Belief in Europe: Seville 7.00 Public Health: Water Fit to Drink?
7.25 Joseph Wright of Derby
7.50 The Symmetry of Nature
8.15 Water by the Volume
8.40 Roman Architecture and Town Planning 9.05 Television: Images. Messages and Ideologies 9.55 The Victorian High Church 10.20 Biology: Restoring the Balance 10.45 Maths: Up to the Mark 11.10 Living Choices: Changing Places 11.35 Science:
OU All Hours

Contributors

Unknown: Joseph Wright

: Around Westminster

Sue MacGregor presents the political review for the south and east. Reports from Jonathan Beale and Terry Dignan.
0 REGIONAL PROGRAMME

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Beale
Unknown: Terry Dignan.

: Scrutiny

lain MacWhirter presents the liveliest sessions from parliamentary committees as they scrutinise the work of government.
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

: Manufacturing with Materials

From Design to
Manufacture. Rover builds a new engine.

: Sunday Grandstand

Introduced by Bob Wilson.
Provisional Timetable
1.30 Motor Cycling
2.10 Tennis
4.30 Motor Cycling
5.30 Show Jumping
Tennis
Stella Artois
Championships from
Queen's Club, London. Commentary by Dan Maskell , John Barrett and Mark Cox.
Show Jumping
Royal International Horse Show from the NEC
Birmingham, including the Queen Elizabeth II Cup.
Commentary by Raymond Brooks-Ward and Stephen Hadley.
Motor Cycling
ACU Shell Supercup British Championship from Brands Hatch.
'Rocket' Ron Haslam leads the 750cc class after two rounds. Commentary by Barry Nutley and Steve Parrish.
Editor John Philips

Contributors

Introduced By: Bob Wilson.
Unknown: Stella Artois
Commentary By: Dan Maskell
Commentary By: John Barrett
Commentary By: Mark Cox.
Commentary By: Raymond Brooks-Ward
Commentary By: Stephen Hadley.
Unknown: Ron Haslam
Commentary By: Barry Nutley
Commentary By: Steve Parrish.
Editor: John Philips

: The Money Programme Healing the Wounds

George Davies of Next, John Ashcroft of Coloroll, Philip Birch of Ward White - the first business superstars to fall in the late 1980's shakeout have been licking their wounds, reflecting on the past, and contemplating renewed business careers in the harsher climate of the 1990s.
In Tessa Curtis 's report, the last in the current Money
Programme series, all three speak for the first time about their roller-coaster experience, and their plans, perhaps, for one more ride. Producer Mathew Barrett
Editor David Nissan

Contributors

Unknown: George Davies
Unknown: John Ashcroft
Unknown: Philip Birch
Unknown: Tessa Curtis
Producer: Mathew Barrett
Editor: David Nissan

: Great Journeys

Eight travellers along the world's great highways.
The Burma Road. Travelling up the Irrawaddy River to
Mandalay was the easiest part of writer Miles Kington 's road to China - even then the boat went aground. Halted by a guerrilla war he flew on to pick up the road that both Burma and China forget. Director David Wallace
● BOOK: same title, £16.00, from booksellers
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown: Miles Kington
Director: David Wallace

: Relative Values

The series about values in art.
The Last Picture Show. A look at the world's major museums - are they temples of spiritual enrichment, or up-market theme parks offering a quick cultural fix?
Producer Charles Chabot
Executive producer Keith Alexander

Contributors

Producer: Charles Chabot
Producer: Keith Alexander

: Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy

Last part of John Ie Carre 's classic story dramatised by Arthur Hopcraft , starring Alec Guinness
7: 'I still believe that the Secret Services are the only real expression of a nation's character. Until the mid-50s, I still had hopes, lingering loyalty to what we represented. Sheer delusion, of course. We were already America's streetwalkers.'
So says, Gerald, the Mole.
Music composed and conducted by Geoffrey Burgon
Producer Jonathan Powell Director John Irvin
0 VIDEOS: 'Tinker. Tailor. Soldier Spy'; 'Smiley's People': 'A Perfect Spy'; all £19.99, from retailers.
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown: John Ie Carre
Dramatised By: Arthur Hopcraft
Unknown: Alec Guinness
Conducted By: Geoffrey Burgon
Producer: Jonathan Powell
Director: John Irvin
George Smiley: Alec Guinness
Peter Guillam: Michael Jayston
Lacon: Anthony Bate
Mendel: George Sewell
Ricki Tarr: Hywel Bennett
Roy Bland: Terence Rigby
BillHaydon: Ian Richardson
Percy Alleline: Michael Aldridge
Toby Esterhase: Bernard Hepton
Jim Prideaux: Ian Bannen
Ann Smiley: Sian Phillips
Polyakov: George Pravda
Fawn: Alec Sabin
Roach: Duncan Jones
Spikely: Daniel Beecher

: US Open Golf Championship

From Hazeltine Golf Club,
Chaska, Minnesota. Hale Irwin of America was the surprise winner last year, but the European challenge has never been stronger. Can
Ian Woosnam 's great form carry him through to a record-breaking victory? Introduced by Steve Rider.
(Further coverage tomorrow at
11.05am on BBC1)
0 PICTURE STORY: page 46

Contributors

Unknown: Ian Woosnam
Introduced By: Steve Rider.

: Grand Prix

Highlights of the Mexican Grand Prix from Mexico City. High speeds at high altitude on the bumpiest circuit of them all. 'One of my best victories', said Alain Prost of his 1990 Mexican Grand Prix win. Nigel Mansell completed the Ferrari clean sweep with a typical 'II Leone' move to overtake Gerhard Berger on Peralta - the 180-degree bend leading to the start-finish straight.

Contributors

Commentator: Murray Walker
Commentator: James Hunt
Producer: Mark Wilkin
Executive producer: Jim Reside

: * Dance Energy II

Normski is back with the very best dance sounds.








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