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: Open University

6.35 Maths Methods: Applying
Matrices 7.00 The First Russian Art Exhibition 7.25 The Trouble with Science 7.50 Ottoman Supremacy: the Suleimaniye, Istanbul 8.15 Animal Physiology: Walkingand Running8.40 From Design to Manufacture 9.05 Control in Reproduction 9.30 Victorian
Dissenting Chapels 9.55 Darwin and Diversity 10.20 The Promised Land 10.45 Eyewitness Memory
11.10 Interactive Video 11.35 A
New Museum in South Kensington

: Around Westminster

Laurie Mayer presents a political review for the region. With reports from Jonathan Beale and Tim Donovan.
●REGIONAL PROGRAMME

Contributors

Unknown: Laurie Mayer
Unknown: Jonathan Beale
Unknown: Tim Donovan.

: Sunday Grandstand

Introduced by Bob Wilson. Provisional Timetable
12.30 Cricket: 1.00 Golf
1.40 Cricket; 3.40 Tennis
4.00 Cricket
6.00 Tennis/Football
Cricket: Second Test
England v Pakistan from Lord's.
Live coverage of the fourth day's play in the second Cornhill Insurance Test.
England have not beaten
Pakistan in a Test series since 1982, but Pakistan have only won once at Lord's.
Commentary by Tony Lewis ,
Richie Benaud , Jack Bannister , Ray Illingworth , Geoffrey Boycott and Asif Iqbal.
Football
In the European Championship, the winners of England's
Group 1 take on the runners-up in Scotland's Group 2 in tonight's big match in Stockholm for a place in the final.
Tennis
The 106th All England Lawn Tennis Championships begin tomorrow at Wimbledon. Jim Courier, the world No 1, has emerged this year as the hardest man to beat.
Among the women, Steffi Graf is chasing a fourth title in five years.
Golf: US Open
Third round of the championship, from Pebble
Beach Golf Course, California. Commentary by Peter Alliss ,
Bruce Critchley and Dave Marr. Producer Martin Hopkins Editor Dave Gordon

Contributors

Introduced By: Bob Wilson.
Commentary By: Tony Lewis
Commentary By: Richie Benaud
Commentary By: Jack Bannister
Unknown: Ray Illingworth
Unknown: Geoffrey Boycott
Unknown: Asif Iqbal.
Unknown: Steffi Graf
Commentary By: Peter Alliss
Commentary By: Bruce Critchley
Commentary By: Dave Marr.
Producer: Martin Hopkins
Editor: Dave Gordon

: The Money Programme

The last of the present series of programmes that delves into the world of business and finance.
Editor David Nissan

Contributors

Editor: David Nissan

: Life on Earth

A rerun of David Attenborough 's series forming The Life Trilogy. 7: Victors of the Dry LandReptiles were the first backboned creatures to solve the problems of living high and dry on the land. Two innovations were vital - the scaly waterproof skin conserved body moisture, and the sealed egg protected the baby reptile inside its own "private puddle". These features enabled the mighty reptiles to rule the world - as the dinosaurs did - and today enable them to survive even on roasting hot lava fields and in burning deserts, where chameleons stalk beetles and lizards dance to keep cool. Producer JohnSparks
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown: David Attenborough

: Artists'Journeys

A series of films for the Commissions and Collaborations season in which a contemporary artist visits places which inspired an artist from the past. Eric Fischl on Pierre Bonnard
The work of New Yorker
Eric Fischl , the "bad boy" of American art, depicts psycho-sexual dreams that reveal the darker side of American suburban life. French artist Pierre Bonnard attracted great popularity and admiration - eventually becoming a national hero - for his sunny scenes celebrating bourgeois domestic life.
Fischl examines Bonnard's work from the start of his artistic career in 1889, when he sold a poster to a champagne house. Following in his fellow artist's footsteps, Fischl travels to Paris and Cannes, where he discovers that Bonnard's work became an intensely personal record of a troubled and emotionally tangled relationship and a life full of dark secrets.
Producer Bruno Wollheim
Director Christopher Spencer
An Illuminations production for BBCtv
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Contributors

Unknown: Eric Fischl
Unknown: Pierre Bonnard
Unknown: Eric Fischl
Artist: Pierre Bonnard
Producer: Bruno Wollheim
Director: Christopher Spencer

: The Survivor's Guide to Yugoslavia

The fall of communism in Yugoslavia brought war, not peace. As the Serbs, Bosnians and Croatians battle it out,
Europe is experiencing fighting on a scale and of an intensity not seen since the Second World
War. Jonathan Dimbleby explains the difficulties of arriving at a long-term peaceful solution, and Peter Godwin reports from the rival republics on the roots of the conflict and the danger of it spreading. Producer Dinah Lord EditorJohn Morrison

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Dimbleby
Unknown: Peter Godwin
Producer: Dinah Lord
Producer: Editorjohn Morrison

: Golf: US Open

Live coverage of the final day's action from Pebble Beach, California. For 21 years American golfers have dominated this championship, with only David Graham of Australia taking the title from them in 1981. Can a European player break the sequence this year? Or can Fred Couples , winner of the US Masters, become the first player for 20 years to win both titles in one season? Introduced by Steve Rider , with commentary by Peter Alliss , Bruce Critchley and Dave Marr.

Contributors

Unknown: David Graham
Unknown: Fred Couples
Introduced By: Steve Rider
Commentary By: Peter Alliss
Commentary By: Bruce Critchley
Commentary By: Dave Marr.

: Cricket: Second Test

England v Pakistan
Highlights of the fourth day's play from Lord's, introduced by Richie Benaud.
* STEREO

Contributors

Introduced By: Richie Benaud.

: Dance Energy House Party

In the last show of the present series, Carter USM and rapper Marky Mark are among Normski's guests. • STEREO

Contributors

Unknown: Marky Mark








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