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: Open University

OU All Hours

: Westminster

: The History Man

Bryan McNerney explores
Orford Castle in Suffolk.

Contributors

Unknown: Bryan McNerney

: Daytime on 2

9.05 Help Your Child with Science: Light 9.15 Short Circuit: A Risky Business - investigating French nuclear power policy (Stereo) 9.45 You and Me 10.00 Mathsworks: Areas ofOdd Shapes 10.15
Topics: It's YourConcem/What Are You Good At 10.40 Q and A - viewers comment on school television ll.lOLandmarks: Transport: Out in the Country -
Londoners' hop-picking holidays
11.30 Greek Language and People: Likes and Dislikes 11.55 Short Circuit: The Black Desert - the effect ofthe Gulf War on Kuwait's environment (Stereo) 12.20
Japanese Language and People: Give and Take 12.50 Teaching
Today: Reading - Part 2 1.20 The Brollys 1.35 Crystal Tipps and Alistair 1.40 Music Time: Lanterns and Lions (Stereo) 2.00 News and Weatherfollowed by You and Me

: Cricket: Second Test

England v Pakistan Further coverage.

: News; Weather

Followed by Westminster Live

: Racing, Cricketand Tennis

Royal Ascot
Continued coverage of Ladies' day at the Royal meeting.
4.20 Norfolk Stakes (5f)
Cricket: Second Test
Live coverage of the first day's play from Lord's.
Tennis
Pilkington Glass Ladies' Championships from
Devonshire Park, Eastbourne. Among the competitors is
Martina Navratilova , who is seeking her 11 th Eastbourne title. Today's matches are at the quarter-final stage.
Commentary by John Barrett , Virginia Wade and Julian Tutt. Producers Peter Hylton Cleaver and Johnnie Watherston
● STEREO

Contributors

Unknown: Martina Navratilova
Commentary By: John Barrett
Commentary By: Virginia Wade
Commentary By: Julian Tutt.
Producers: Peter Hylton Cleaver

: Mo's Journey

Over the years, cameraman
Mohamed Amin has documented events in Africa for television.
Last year, his left arm was shattered when he was hit while filming an ammunition depot in Addis Ababa. This film follows his year-long search for an artificial arm that will enable him to use a camera again, and his return to Ethiopia. With sign-language interpretation. Editor Kerena Marchant
● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown: Mohamed Amin
Editor: Kerena Marchant

: Business Matters

An inside view of industry. Mind Your Own Business
How can you make your money do more for you? An exclusive survey commissioned by the programme shows that family companies are a solid investment. What are the secrets of their success and what does the survey mean to the individual investor?
Series editor Brian Davies
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Editor: Brian Davies

: On the Line

Presented by John Fashanu. In most team sports, participants share an environment in which fiercely "straight" behaviour is the norm - nothing seems more aggressively heterosexual than a heaving rugby scrum - and as a result many homosexuals feel excluded because of their inability to conform. Because of this perceived prejudice, gay competitors have formed their own sports clubs, and tonight's programme explores whether such separation is good for sport. Producer Liz Molyneux Editor David Taylor

Contributors

Presented By: John Fashanu.
Producer: Liz Molyneux
Editor: David Taylor

: Wildlife on Two

Trivial Pursuit? - the Natural
Mystery of Play. A look at some of the champion "players" of the animal world, especially kittens, whose antics are a guide to the behaviour of many animals in the wild. Narrated by David Attenborough. Producer Dilys Breese
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown: David Attenborough.
Producer: Dilys Breese

: Rab C Nesbitt

Last in the series starring Gregor Fisher and written by Ian Pattison.
Life Has Meaning. "Except for viewers in Scotland," comments the Scottish street philosopher.
Director/Producer Colin Gilbert
● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown: Gregor Fisher
Written By: Ian Pattison.
RabC Nesbitt: Gregor Fisher
Mary Nesbitt: Elaine Csmith
Jamesie Cotter: Tony Roper
Ella Cotter: Barbara Rafferty
Burney Nesbitt: Eric Cullen
Gash Nesbitt: Andrew Fairlie
Dodie: Iain McColl
Andra: Brian Pettifer

: Pandora's Box

Modern fables exploring the impact of 20th-century science. To the Brink of Eternity. An investigation into the workings of the first scientific think-tank, the Rand Corporation, which Khrushchev called "the American Academy for death and destruction". The mathematical geniuses there believed they could apply the abstract methods of science to the dark terrors of the Cold
War and build a new age of peace and reason. Producer Adam Curtis
Executive producer Edward Mirzoeff 0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Producer: Adam Curtis
Producer: Edward Mirzoeff

: Newsnight

With Peter Snow.

: The Late Show

● STEREO
11.55pm Weatherview

: Open University

12.00 Weekend Outlook: a preview ofOU programmes
12.05 Physics: Vibrations of Music

: BBC Select

RCN Nursing Update. Units in "Helping Patients and Clients to Benefit from Social Security" and "A Healthy Skin: Not as Common as You Think."
● INFORMATlON: further details in 17 7 June issue of NursingStandard








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