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: Open University

6.45 Santo Spirito: a Renaissance Church 9354993 7.10 The
Enlightenment: Slaves and Noble Savages 7196023 7.35 The Great Exhibition of 1851

: Westminster

Parliamentary update.

: Daytime on Two Topics for Tutorials

Note: repeats are not indicated.
New School. Pupils from
Holyrood School, Glasgow, talk about moving from primary to secondary school.

: Ghostwriter

Ghost Story (part 4). Can the Ghostwriter team crack the coded message? With in-vision sign language.

: You and Me

Oojimaflips and Thingummybobs Michael finds he can't remember words.

Contributors

Unknown: Thingummybobs Michael

: Ulster in Focus

Creepy Crawlies. Today: a back garden safari.

: Help Your Child with Science

Light. The effects of light and shade.

: English Express

Who-Me? Winners and Losers
Classmates enter a story-writing competition.
1 1.00am Words and Pictures
Mermaidjanine. Janine learns to swim.

: Zig Zag

Wildlife Safari: Working Together. Some animals live in groups.

: Ghostwriter

Who's Who (part 3). Tina receives strange phone calls.

: Media Studies for

Highers and Modules
Writers. The last programme in the series examines the role of three Scottish writers in making films.

: Links

Something in the Air. Teenagers from Athens and Smethwick in the West Midlands talk about smog.

: Teaching Today

Health Education - Active
Strategies. Recommended teaching strategies.

: Melvin and

Maureen's Music-a-Grams
Musical series.

: Crystal Tipps and Alistair

Crystal Tipps tries to teach
Alistair to play tennis.

: Zig Zag

Trees and Man. The story of The Man Who Planted Trees reaches its conclusion.

: News and Weather

Subtitled (news)
Followed by You and Me

: Canvas

Reflections on paintings.
Australian comedian
Barry Humphries looks at works by Charles Edward Conder in the Queen's Park gallery, Manchester.

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Humphries
Unknown: Charles Edward Conder

: CountryFlle

: News; Weather

Subtitled (news)
Followed by Westminster Live
Live coverage of Parliament. With lain Macwhirter.

: News and Weather

Subtitled (news)
Regional News; Weather

: Royal Ascot

4.20 Royal Hunt Cup (Handicap. 1m). With commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Jimmy Lindley and John Hanmer. Introduced by Julian Wilson with Tracy Piggott. The fashion scene is described by Eve Pollard. (Highlights at 12.10am on BBC1)

Contributors

Commentary By: Peter O'Sullevan
Commentary By: Jimmy Lindley
Commentary By: John Hanmer.
Introduced By: Julian Wilson
Unknown: Tracy Piggott.

: International Golf - the US Open 1992

On the eve of the 1993 event, a look back to Pebble Beach, one year ago, when Tom Kite won a major championship for the first time.

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Kite

: Too Much Too Young

Children aged as young as 5 are being forced to care for sick or infirm parents, and for many the effect in later life is devastating. This film follows the work of a project designed to help such children and discovers that the problem is far bigger than anyone thought. Producer David Barber

Contributors

Producer: David Barber

: Star Trek

The Deadly Years. Kirk and other crew members are struck down by a strange malady.

: Piano Lessons

In this darkly humorous
Australian film, a boy is given a piano for his 13th birthday.
Then he discovers that it has a bad attitude and an appetite.
Director JonothanCullinane Rpt

: Cardiff Singer of the World

The English competitor Tinuke Olafimihan makes her first appearance in the competition tonight, alongside singers from Poland, Italy, Finland and China.

Contributors

Unknown: Tinuke Olafimihan

: Open Space: Lumpy Custard's Last Stand?

Last in the public access series.
Everyone has memories of school meals, but few realise how much that great institution in British life has been reduced since the 1970s. Virginia Branney from the National Union of Public Employees presents this appeal for the preservation and improvement of school dinners, using archive film, readings and poems.
A Straightline production for BBCtv
SUGGESTIONS: to make an Open Space, write to BBCtv, [address removed].
SEE PREVIEW page 10

Contributors

Producer: Hazel Chandler
Series Producer: Giles Oakley

: Freya Stark

The first of two documentaries celebrating the life and work of explorer and woman of letters Dame Freya Stark, who died last month.
Freya Stark in Italy
For Omnibus in 1982, fellow writer and personal friend John Julius Norwich visited 90-year-old Dame Freya at her family home in the hills north of Venice.
She recalled her bohemian childhood and looked back at her greatest achievements, notably her first long trek into Persia and her mapping of the uncharted territory of the Valley of the Assassins. Stark was the second European woman to venture there, and the first to survive the journey. Her taste for European fashion was also on display: her house was stuffed with the exotic spoils of her many expeditions in the near and middle East.
Extracts from Dame Freya's work are read by Maria Aitken. Director David Cheshire
(Through Syria with Dame Freya Stark, tomorrow8.00pm)

Contributors

Unknown: John Julius Norwich
Read By: Maria Aitken.
Director: David Cheshire

: Separate but Equal

First in the two-part Emmy
Award-winning drama starring Sidney Poitier Burt Lancaster
In segregated South Carolina, 1950, education is supposed to be "separate but equal". And yet in Clarendon County, there are 30 school buses for the white children - and none for the black. A group of black parents petitions the state government and, on being rebutted, turns to a young civil rights lawyer from New York. With Cleavon Little, Gloria Foster, John McMartin and Ed Hall. Director George Stevens Jr

Contributors

Unknown: Sidney Poitier
Unknown: Burt Lancaster
Unknown: John McMartin
Unknown: Ed Hall.
Director: George Stevens Jr

: Newsnight

With Peter Snow. Subtitled

: The Late Show: Italian Week

Tonight: a visit to the Venice
Biennale; why the Italian media kept quiet about corruption; and how political patronage laid the Rome opera low.

: Weatherview

: Easing the Pain

Treating pain.








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