6.15 The Health Service: Quality and Culture 6782760 6.40 Pure Maths: In Perspective
7.05 Chemistry: The Lithium Row 6331586 7.30 Education:
Measures of Success
7.55 PieterBruegel and Popular Culture 4696302 8.20 Stowe and Stantonbury Schools
8.45 Surviving the Exam
With Philippa Forrester.
Cartoon fun. Rpt
Another chance to see an episode from the second series, originally shown in 1986. Jonny and Albert have tried to discover the mystery of the locked door, with fairly disastrous results.
Written by Valerie Georgeson , from a story by Joan Eadington
A lost giraffe head, puppy, wedding cake, and even
Mel Gibson and Madonna find their way into Flea and Patsy-P's Federation of Lost
Another episode from the second series, originally shown in 1979. Simon has survived the fire but will he be able to sort out all his other problems?
Devised and written by Phil Redmond
Will Honey become a guide dog for a blind owner?
The Tracy Brothers are two comedians down on their luck.
Their big break comes when they are asked to explore
Birmingham's music scene.
The music magazine travels to Germany for the Sun Splash Reggae Festival.
The south east region's political review.
Presented by Jonathan Beale with reports by Tim Friend and Philippa Thomas.
Introduced from Sandwich by Steve Rider.
Golf: the Open
The final round of the 122nd
Open from Royal St George's, Sandwich. Last year, an emotional Nick Faldo fought off a brave late challenge by American John Cook to win a memorable third Open title in six years. Faldo's first Open success came at Muirfield in 1987 when he took the title with a faultless final round of 18 pars. He won the title for a second time in 1990 at
St Andrews. In addition to
Faldo, Greg Norman ,
Seve Ballesteros , Mark Calcavecchia and Ian Baker-Finch have all been crowned Open champions since the last championship at Sandwich. Ryder Cup star
Jose-Maria Olazabal achieved his best Open finish at Muirfield last year in third place and many believe it is time the talented Spaniard won his first major. Other leading players hoping to be in the running include US Masters champion Bernhard Langer , Britain's Ian Woosnam , and America's Paul Azinger. Commentary by Peter Alliss , Bruce Critchley , Alex Hay , Dave Marr , Clive Clark , Mike Hughesdon ,
Dougie Donnelly and Mark McCormack. TV presentation John Shrewsbury
3.30-6.45pm BBC GOLF 93 MAGAZINE: the official BBC sports magazine to accompany this year's tournaments. It features profiles of top players plus a hole-by-hole account of Royal St George's Course at Sandwich, price£2.95, from newsagents.
For details see previous page. As coverage of the golf is live, subsequent programmes may run late or be postponed.
Bob Willis 's contribution to
England's 1981 Test victory over Australia at Headingley.
Series producer Jeff Goddard
Sicily. A look at the Italian island's more unusual sights. Producer Bridget Boseley
Series producers Sharon Ali , Dave Stewart
Documentary series telling the dramatic story of the oil industry. The Black Giant. When a small time wildcatter struck oil in east Texas, the result was chaos. It was the biggest gusher ever and oil fever went out of control.
Producer Vivian Ducat
Series producer William Cran
An In Vision/Majestic production for BBCtv
An evening of programmes from Tyneside, starting with Off the Wall
The art experiment on Newcastle's Byker housing estate comes to an end as the six residents return laden with artworks. David Mach finishes his impressive outdoor sculpture as they set up the exhibition - the photographs and Goyas in the Hare and Hounds, the Constable in the shop. Director Mick Conefrey
Producer George Courtice
9.40pm Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads?
A classic edition from 1973 of the comedy series written by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais , set in the north east, starring
Rodney Bewes , James Bolam Guess Who's Coming to
Dinner? Bob thinks Terry needs new friends and invites him to a trendy dinner party. Producer James Gilbert
The com ic gen ius of Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais
SEE FEATURE page 23
10.10pm Get Carter
Crime drama starring Michael Caine
Jack Carter is a man with a mission. When his brother dies mysteriously in Newcastle, Jack uncovers a conspiracy linking the local villains and some "respectable" citizens.
Director Mike Hodges (1971)
SEE FILMS pages
Last of the dramatised meetings between figures from the past. Opium Eater by Andrew Dallmeyer . Edinburgh, 1820: as starving writer Thomas de Quincey struggles to finish an essay, his manservant Willy arrives with bread and laudanum.
With Paul Rhys and Peter Mullan.
Director Chris Bernard ; Producer Paddy Higson
Introduced by Alex Cox.
Drama starring Mireille Dare
Two homicidal lovers take off for a country weekend, experiencing strange encounters with historical personalities. In French with English subtitles.
With Jean-Pierre Kalfon and Valerie Legrange.
Director Jean-Luc Godard (1967)
SEE FILMS pages 32-41
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