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: Open University

6.40 Mechanical Manipulation
7.05 Maths: Conies 7.30 Geology: Deserts 7.55 Images: Viewingthe Invisible 8.20 Ecology: Seals 8.45 India: Space for Education 9.10 Social Work in the Inner City 9.35 Rover's Return 10.00 Ferrara: Planningthe Ideal City 10.25
"Measure for Measure" Workshop
10.50 Just an Illness An exploration of the dark images conjured up by Aids, revealingthe fears and prejudices that have been associated with plagues and epidemics throughout history
11.40 Genetics: Patterns of Development 12.05 Buildinga
Spreadsheet 12.30TheFutureof Print 12.55 An Everyday Story of Industrial Folk 1.20 Runningthe Country: Money and Medicine An examination of the changes to the NHS caused by the introduction of an internal market 1.45 Film and Video Makers: The Burden of Representation A look at contemporary images of race in the work of black film and video makers
2.10 There's Noise and There's
Noise 2.35 The Newtonians What was the impact of Sir Isaac Newton 's ideasduringthe 18th century, and how were they spread?

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Isaac Newton

: The Sky at Night

A look at the outer giant planets, Uranus and Neptune. The Voyager2 probe missions, which by-passed Uranus in 1986 and Neptune in 1989, were covered by Sky at Nightat the time. Further analysis has since been carried out.
Patrick Moore sums up the new findings. 0 [address removed]
• INFORMATION LINE: [number removed](calls charged at 36p per minute cheap rate, 48p per minute other times).

Contributors

Unknown: Patrick Moore

: Wimbledon and Cricket: Third Test

Further live coverage of the finals of the men's and ladies' doubles at Wimbledon, two events that always thrill the packed Centre Court crowd.
Plus continuing live coverage of the third Test between England and Pakistan. England's Phil deFreitas and Pakistan's Wasim
Akram both know Old Trafford well, and their pace bowling could hold the key to victory on a ground where previous Tests between the two countries have ended in draws.
TV presentation (cricket) Alan Griffiths
Executive producer (cricket) Keith Mackenzie • STEREO
0 BBC WIMBLEDON 92 MAGAZINE: the BBC Sport guide to the All England
Championships. £2.95 from newsagents

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Griffiths
Unknown: Keith MacKenzie

: News and Sport

With Moira Stuart.
Followed by Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Moira Stuart.

: Columbus and the Age of Discovery

A seven-part documentary series on Christopher Columbus, to mark the 500th anniversary of his landing in the Americas.
Columbus World. Born into a weaver's family in Genoa in 1451, Columbus came of age at a time of change and anxiety across Europe. The rise of Islam threatened vital trade links with China and the East
Indies, and western merchants knew they needed to find a new sea route to the Far East.
Tonight's film travels from the plantations of the Spice Islands to the bazaars of Cairo and the palaces of Venice, and sets the scene for Columbus's great adventure, which initiated the modern age of global trade.
Presented by Mauricio Obregon. Producer Tom Fnedman
• STEREO; TELETEXT SUBTITLES: p888 • FEATURE: page 26

Contributors

Presented By: Mauricio Obregon.
Producer: Tom Fnedman

: Rhythms of the World

Shake, Beat and Dub. One of the unsung heroes of 60s trumpet playing, Shake Keane is also one of the Caribbean's greatest poets. In contrast, Linton Kwesi Johnson 's dub poetry, often set to music, has its roots in the Jamaican oral tradition, but is also influenced by the early reggae DJs. In this film, Keane takes Johnson on a journey around his old London haunts. They jam with friends like Coleridge Goode , and with the Dennis Bovell Dub Band.
Producer Mary Dickinson
Series editors Nigel Finch , Anthony Wall • STEREO

Contributors

Unknown: Linton Kwesi Johnson
Unknown: Coleridge Goode
Producer: Mary Dickinson
Editors: Nigel Finch

: Teenage Diaries

Series that gives cameras to young people to record their lives. Julie through the Looking Glass Julie is severely anorexic and lives with five other anorexic girls in a special home. Her camera is her intimate and only friend, to which she reveals her life with shocking honesty.
Motivated by a desperation for other people to understand her illness, Julie is determined to hide nothing and spare nobody's feelings, especially her own. Series producer Bob Long
0 HELPLINE: if you need to talk to someone about an eatingdisorder, phone 0[number removed](calls are free). Line open
11 1 pm- am tonight; 1 Oam- pm tomorrow. • SUGGESTIONS, if you would like to make a teenage diary, write to Teenage Diaries, Community Programme Unit. Wood Lane. London W 12 7RJ.

Contributors

Producer: Bob Long

: Take the Money and Run

Woody Allen 's comic tale of a bungling criminal who falls in love, opens a weekly season of his films.
• TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 • FILMS: pages 37-44

Contributors

Unknown: Woody Allen
Virgil Starkwell: Woody Allen
Louise: Janet Margolin
Fritz: Marcel Hillaire
MissBlaire: Jacquelyn Hyde
Jake: Lonny Chapman
Al: Jan Merlin
Chain gang warden: James Anderson
Fred: Howard Storm

: Cricket: Third Test

England [Pakistan
Highlights of the third day's play from Old Trafford.
* STEREO








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