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: Open University

6.20 Biology: New Formulae for Food 4626413 6.45 Maths:
Up to the Mark 5358055 7.10 Science: Man-Made
Macromolecules
7.35 Engineering Mechanics: DynamicAnalysis

: Breakfast News

Withsigning.

: Westminster Daily

Parliamentary news.

: Daytime on Two

9.00 Education Special: Bullying Subtitled 1231448 9.50Watch Summer Extras: Journeys-Holidaysabroad
7899852 10.05 Lifeschool
Special: Child Slaves - The Moral Factor 1314535 10.30 TV6:
The Birth of Europe - Hostages to Oil (part 1) Stereo
99581 11.00 Q and A 1030448 11.10 Landmarks: Treasures of the Landscape
11.30 Help Your Child with Reading 4297239 11.45
Landmarks Special: Fast Food 4372974 12.05The
Geography Programme - Japan 2000 Stereo 7017603 12.25 Lifeschool: Equal Opportunities - Bodylanguage
12.50 Denied the 9 to 5-a series looking at job prospects for disabled people Stereo 9124790 1.20-1.40
Children's BBC with Chris Jarvis
1.25 Christopher Crocodile 75494974 1.30 Brum
14288351 1.40 Music Time: Lanterns and Lions
24309806 2.00 News and Weather; followed by Watch Summer Extras: Journeys - Holidays abroad
Note: repeats are not indicated.

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Jarvis

: Cricket: Second Test

Further live coverage from
Lord's.

: News and Weather

Subtitled (news)
Westminster Live
Live coverage of the House ofCommons,"including
Prime Minister's questions.

: News and Weather

Regional News; Weather

: Cricket, Royal Ascot and Tennis

Cricket: Second Test Further coverage.
Royal Ascot
Continued coverage of Ladies Day with the 4.20 race.
Tennis
Coverage of the Volkswagen Cup from Eastbourne - the traditional curtain-raiser for ladies' Wimbledon.
Commentary by John Barrett , Virginia Wade,
David Mercer and Julian Tutt.
Introduced by Sue Barker. Tennis producerjohnnie Watherston

Contributors

Commentary By: John Barrett
Unknown: David Mercer
Unknown: Julian Tutt.
Introduced By: Sue Barker.

: Perpetual Motion

TheAvroShackleton. A look back at the Shackleton maritime reconnaissance plane. Filmed during the last months of its long service, crew members reflect on the departure of an old friend. Producer Andrew Johnston
Series producer Peter Grimsdale

Contributors

Producer: Andrew Johnston
Producer: Peter Grimsdale

: The Business

It 's a Jungle Out There. The experiences of eight managers sent to Africa to organise an expedition on behalf of the charity Raleigh International for 100 young people. Producer James Reed
Senes editor Brian Davies
FREE TRAINERS GUIDE: send sae to [address removed]

Contributors

Producer: James Reed
Editor: Brian Davies

: Wooldridge on Whisky

In the final programme of the series, diver Peter Miller reveals how he discovered cases of 100-year-old whisky aboard a shipwreck off the Scottish coast; and the Duke of Argyll describes his first drinking session at the tender age of 4. Producer Michael Begg

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Miller
Producer: Michael Begg

: The Lost Steptoes: Pot Black

Wntten by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson
Last in the series of recently rediscovered episodes of this classic comedy.

When his local snooker hall shuts down, Harold buys a full size table and gets a challenge from Albert.

Contributors

Writer: Ray Galton
Writer: Alan Simpson
Executive Producer (The Lost Steptoes): John Whiston
Albert Steptoe: Wilfrid Brambell
Harold Steptoe: Harry H Corbett

: Naked Video 2%

Highlights from the award-winning series.
With Gregor Fisher , Helen Lederer and Ron Bain.
Producer Colin Gilbert

Contributors

Unknown: Gregor Fisher
Unknown: Helen Lederer
Unknown: Ron Bain.
Producer: Colin Gilbert

: BBC Design Awards

Products
Since this competition to find the best of contemporary British design was launched earlier this year, the judges have sifted through 1,200 entries to draw up a shortlist of five designs in each of the categories of products, architecture and graphics, which viewers can now vote for by telephone and at exhibitions throughout the country. Details will be given at the end of each of the three programmes.
In the first programme, Muriel
Gray goes in search of the qualities which make British product designers sought after all over the world. The judging panel-including fashion designer Paul Smith and Gordon Sked from Rover - describe how they have travelled all over the world before arriving at the five designs they have chosen as finalists in the product category. Tomorrow at I Opm it's the turn of the graphics section. Series producer Peter Jamieson
Executive producer Keith Alexander

Contributors

Designer: Paul Smith
Producer: Peter Jamieson
Producer: Keith Alexander

: Small Objects of Desire

Tonight, a view of the light bulb. Producer Peter Simpson
Series producer Peter Grimsdale
Then Video Nation Shorts Stereo

Contributors

Producer: Peter Simpson
Producer: Peter Grimsdale

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman.

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.

: Late Review

Cultural highlights of the week.

: Weatherview

: Open View

The weekend's OU highlights.








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