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: Open University

7.10 Diabetes - Restoringthe Balance 5016545 7.35 Physics: Vibrations of Sound

: Westminster

Parliamentary update.

: Yesterday at Wimbledon

Action from the first day of the Championships. Introduced by Harry Carpenter and Sue Barker.

Contributors

Introduced By: Harry Carpenter
Introduced By: Sue Barker.

: Cricket: Second Test

England v Australia
Highlights of the final day's play. With Richie Benaud.
(Sriown yesterday at 12.45am on BBC1)

Contributors

Unknown: Richie Benaud.

: Soviet 1929.33

Pleasant Journey. In Party officials and guests journeyed by train from
Moscow to Tiflis. The 73-hour trip was relieved by facilities on board: restaurant, library, music and films. (Blw)

: Everest -The Hardest Way

John Hawkridge , who has suffered from cerebral palsy since birth, has climbed 40 mountains, including Britain's highest, Ben Nevis. Could he climb in the Himalayas to the shadow of Everest and fulfil his one remaining ambition?
Chris Bonington tells his story.

Contributors

Unknown: John Hawkridge
Unknown: Ben Nevis.
Unknown: Chris Bonington

: Just-So Stories

Written by Rudyard Kipling.
Today: The Crab That Played with the Sea.

Contributors

Written By: Rudyard Kipling.

: Wimbledon

Steffi Graf opens the proceedings on the Centre Court, hoping to end the fortnight as the 100th ladies' champion of the Wimbledon
Lawn Tennis Championships. If she succeeds it will be her fifth title but, even with Seles absent, the likes of Mary Joe
Fernandez, Gabriella Sabatini and Jennifer Capriati will test her to the full.
Commentary by John Barrett , Virginia Wade and Ann Jones.
Including
2.00pm and 3.00pm News and Weather Subtitled (news) and at
3.50pm News and Weather Subtitled (news)
Regional News; Weather
Further coverage of the traditional "ladies' day" when the top women players begin their quest for the title. For details see previous page.
As coverage of Wimbledon is live, subsequent programmes may run late.

Contributors

Unknown: Steffi Graf
Unknown: Mary Joe
Unknown: Gabriella Sabatini
Unknown: Jennifer Capriati
Commentary By: John Barrett
Commentary By: Virginia Wade
Commentary By: Ann Jones.

: Delia Smith's Summer Collection

Delia Smith offers a new collection of summer recipes.
A Fruitful Summer. One of the glorious aspects of summer is the soft fruits season, and what better to accompany your favourite than fluffy meringues flavoured with caramel? Delia demonstrates how to make these along with a range of other mouth-watering recipes including fromage frais strawberry cheescake, vanilla cream terrine, peaches baked in marsala with mascarpone cream and an astonishing combination of flaky pastry, summer fruits and pastry cream: millefeuille. producer Caroline Hawkins
Executive producer Frances Whitaker A Hawkshead production for BBCtv
BBCBOOK: 140 recipes forthesummer, illustrated and including recipes from the series, f 14.99 from bookshops.
SEE RECIPE page 19

Contributors

Unknown: Delia Smith
Producer: Caroline Hawkins
Producer: Frances Whitaker

: Quantum Leap

Offbeat American science-fiction series.
Temptation Eyes. Sam leaps into the body of a television newsreader who becomes the unwitting confidant of a killer responsible for a series of gruesome murders in San
Francisco's Chinatown. His encounter with a psychic who says she can visualise the killer brings unexpected and lasting emotional complications.

Contributors

Sam Beckett: Scott Bakula
Al: Dean Stockwell
Tamlyn Matsuda: Tamlyn Tomita
Ross Tyler: James Handy
Tony Beche: Rob Labelle

: Adultery

Second in a four-part series in which Ray Gosling talks to people of all ages and all types as he takes a serious look at the issues surrounding adultery. Second Time Around. "In my mind I wasn't cheating her. I believed that in many ways the marriage was dead."
In this programme,
Ray Gosling asks whether it is possible to leave adultery behind and become faithful.
Once hurt, is it possible for someone to find the confidence to try again? Do time and reflection, however painful, protect you from the rebound relationship? People who have suffered the pain of adultery and then found very different relationships second time around talk about what they have learned. Deric Botham , editor of Penthouse, talks of his personal experience. And a couple who split up over adultery reveal how they managed to get back together and make a fresh start.
Director/Producer Tamasin Day-Lewis A Forum production for BBCtv

Contributors

Talks: Ray Gosling
Unknown: Ray Gosling
Unknown: Deric Botham
Producer: Tamasin Day-Lewis

: Newsnight

Presented by Jeremy Paxman in London with Peter Snow reporting from the conference of European leaders in Copenhagen.

Contributors

Presented By: Jeremy Paxman
Unknown: Peter Snow

: The Late Show

Tonight's programme profiles best-selling Irish novelist
Roddy Doyle , author of The Commitments and The
Snapper, and travels to
Kilbarrack, Dublin, where
Doyle lives and sets his books. Presented by Sarah Dunant.

Contributors

Unknown: Roddy Doyle
Presented By: Sarah Dunant.

: Weathervlew

: Docklands Light Railway

Getting What You Pay For
A look at the complex process of building a new railway running through the heart of London's redeveloped docklands and East End.








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