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: Open University

6.45 Care in the Community
7.10 Creative Management: Visioning in Action

: News

: Westminster

A roundup of business at i Westminster.

: Landscape and Legends

First of two programmes set in the West Country. Ancient Ways. Graham Purches investigates claims that prehistoric man was not the primitive savage traditionally portrayed.


Unknown: Graham Purches

: Northern Arts

Bloodaxe Books. Founder
Neil Astley looks back on ten years of publishing in Newcastle upon Tyne.


Unknown: Neil Astley

: Cricket: Second Test

England v West Indies Richie Benaud introduces highlights of the fourth day's play from Lord's.


Introduces: Richie Benaud

: Praise Be!

With Thora Hird.


Unknown: Thora Hird.

: Cricket: Second Test

England v West Indies Live coverage of the final day's play from Lord's.

: 1 Charlie Chalk

Animation. (Rpt;

: Wimbledon 91

This year, BBCtv's
Wimbledon coverage is bigger than ever with extra live broadcasts from
12.30pm each day.

: Wimbledon 91

Followed by Wimbledon 91 and Cricket: Second Test

Including at
3.00pm News; Weather (For full details see page 50)
Day 1 always promises a surprise or two for the men's seeds. Commentary by Dan Maskell, John Barratt, Mark Cox, Barry Davies, Bill Threlfall, Paul Hutchins, John Alexander and Julian Tutt.

Teletext subtitles: page 888
Cricket: Second Test
Live coverage of the final day of the Cornhill Insurance Test from Lord's.
Commentary: Richie Benaud and Jack Bannister.
Summaries: Ray Illingworth and Geoff Boycott.


Commentator: Dan Maskell
Commentator: John Barratt
Commentator: Mark Cox
Commentator: Barry Davies
Commentator: Bill Threlfall
Commentator: Paul Hutchins
Commentator: John Alexander
Commentator: Julian Tutt
Commentator: Richie Benaud
Commentator: Jack Bannister
Commentator: Ray Illingworth
Commentator: Geoff Boycott
Introduced by: Desmond Lynam
Editor: John Rowlinson
Executive producer: Martin Hopkins

Blog post that mentions this programme:

Wimbledon: Players, pundits and personalities 30 June 2017

: Horizon

Britain has one of the worst heart attack records in the world, and yet we will not give up fatty food or full cream milk. We stand accused of having a collective death wish, but are the reasons for giving up our fried breakfasts good enough? Should we convert to a lower-fat Mediterranean diet of fish, fruit and vegetables while the benefits are uncertain and the costs are ignored? Horizon examines the social and scientific issues around the cholesterol debate.
See panel below. Written and produced by Tessa Livingstone
Series editor Jana Bennett
• TRANSCRIPT: send cheque for £2.00, payable to BSS. to Horizon, Half Hearted about Semi-skimmed'[address removed]


Produced By: Tessa Livingstone
Editor: Jana Bennett

: Shadows of the Peacock

Wendy Hughes
John Lone
Maria's secure life loses all meaning when she discovers her husband has had a string of extra-marital affairs. A holiday in Thailand brings her a new independence and romance with an enigmatic Balinese prince. Featuring
John Lone , one of the stars of the award-winning film The Last Emperor.
Director Phillip Noyce 0 FILMS: pages 27-34


Unknown: Wendy Hughes
Unknown: John Lone
Unknown: John Lone
Director: Phillip Noyce
Maria: Wendy Hughes
Raka: John Lone
George: Stephen Jacobs
Judy: Peta Toppano
Terry: Rod Mullinar
Mitty: Gillian Jones

: Newsnight

Peter Snow with the background to the day's top news stories.
Editor Tim Gardam


Editor: Tim Gardam

: Cricket: Second Test

England West Indies
Highlights of the final day's play from Lord's. Introduced by Richie Benaud.


Introduced By: Richie Benaud.

: Weatherview

: Open University

Victorian Dissenting Chapels The forgotten world of Victorian non-conformist architecture is re-discovered. Chapels, Sunday schools, and their pre-welfare state social organisations witness the power of Victorian dissent.
Pull out your
Wimbledon 91 supplement and you will find the rest of Monday's evening listings on page 59

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