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: Open University

6.20 Probingthe Structure of Liquids 1398968 6.45 Animal Physiology: The Sunbaskers 5485993 7.10 History of Crime: A Question of Evidence
7.35 The Tempest, Act IV

: Breakfast News

With signing. Subtitled .....8056041

: Children's BBC: Pinocchio

The young puppet befriends a dog and a parrot while trying to get a ship home. (Rpt)

: Children's BBC: Babar

Further antics with the lovable elephant. (Rpt)

: Through the Garden Gate

West Country nurseryman Dennis Cornish visits the Old Barn, at Fremington in North Devon, where the traditional, walled garden is a mass of roses, clematis and lilies. By contrast. inTorbay,
Harry Rayson 's garden is a much more formal affair, forwhich he raises thousands of bedding plants each year.

Contributors

Unknown: Dennis Cornish
Unknown: Harry Rayson

: Great Mysteries

The last of three programmes on some of the world's great mysteries investigates a case of reincarnation.
Time Travellers of Bath. Can two women and a girl really remember living another life as persecuted heretics in 13th-century France? Henry Lincoln 's search forthe truth leads him to the French Pyrenees and the Languedoc, where 600 years ago the last Cathar heretics were burnt at the stake by the Inquisition. Rpt ............12974

Contributors

Unknown: Henry Lincoln

: Children's BBC: Playdays - The Tent Stop

(Stereo)

Contributors

Presenter (Children's BBC): Chris Jarvis

: Golf

Live coverage from Woburn of the second round in the British Masters. Last yearthis was the most significant win to date in the career of the defending champion,
26-year-old Peter Baker , while a win for Seve Ballesteros this week would take the numberof victories in his careerto 70.

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Baker
Unknown: Seve Ballesteros

: Children's BBC: Charlie Chalk

Charlie has to build a house. With the voices of Michael Williams, John Wells and Barbara Leigh-Hunt.
Written by Jocelyn Stevenson. (Rpt) (Stereo)

Contributors

Presenter (Children's BBC): Chris Jarvis
Voices (Charlie Chalk): Michael Williams
Voices (Charlie Chalk): John Wells
Voices (Charlie Chalk): Barbara Leigh-Hunt
Writer (Charlie Chalk): Jocelyn Stevenson

: Open View

Highlights ofthe weekend's programmes from the Open University.
Shown yesterday at 12 midnight

: Golf

Further coverage from the second round of the British Masters. Nick Faldo and BernhardLanger are among those who should progress to the third round. The competition ends on Sunday, with a total prize fund of £650,000 to play for.
Stereo..............................................61998535
Including at
2.00 News and Weather Subtitled (news)

Contributors

Unknown: Nick Faldo

: Golf and Racing

Golf
Another visit to Woburn for coverage of the second round of the British Masters.
Racing from Newbury
Featuringthe 4. 1 race.
Stereo....................................................44239

: A Cook's Tour of France II

Normandy. Mireille Johnston samples the regional specialities of an area renowned for its apples, dairy produce, fish and lamb.

: Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons

The classic puppet series created by Gerry Anderson.
The Mysterons. Afteran incident on Mars, the Mysterons determine to wreak vengeance on Earth. Director Desmond Saunders
Rpt Subtitled .....618581

Contributors

Unknown: Gerry Anderson.
Director: Desmond Saunders

: Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased): But What a Sweet Little Room

Cult detective series about a private investigator and his ghostly partner, first shown 25 years ago.
Jeff and Marty investigate a spiritualist whose meetings are used for sinister purposes.

Contributors

Director: Roy Ward Baker
Jeff Randall: Mike Pratt
Marty Hopkirk: Kenneth Cope
Jeannie Hopkirk: Annette Andre
Madame Hanska: Doris Hare
Arthur de Crecy: Michael Goodliffe
Elliot: Norman Bird

: The O Zone

Pop music news and features. This week, Zoe Ball meets ex-Eurythmic Dave Stewart , and Dan Bowyer catches up with 2 Unlimited.
Repeated on Sunday at 11.45am

Contributors

Presenter: Zoe Ball
Guest: Dave Stewart
Presenter: Dan Bowyer
Guests: 2 Unlimited
Producer: Paul Smith

: Sounds of the 70s

The second programme in this ten-part series of vintage rock, pop and soul performances from the BBC archives is entitled Satin and Tat. Tonight it's the turn of some of rock's superstars who perform classics from the 70s. They include the Rolling Stones and Brown Sugar , the Who's Won Get Fooled Again, Queen with Killer Queen, the Faces and Stay With Me, and David Bowie with Queen Bitch.
Producer Harriet Bakewell ; Series producer
David Jeffcock # See This Week: page 4

Contributors

Unknown: Brown Sugar
Unknown: David Bowie
Producer: Harriet Bakewell
Unknown: David Jeffcock

: Living with Lockerbie

Second in a series of documentaries from the BBC regions.
Overfive years ago, Pan Am flight crashed onto the Scottish town of Lockerbie. Edi Stark finds out how local people are comingto terms with their memories of the disaster.
First shown by BBC Scotland; Producer Anne Muir
Series producer Andrew Barr .....................5061

Contributors

Producer: Anne Muir
Producer: Andrew Barr

: Front Gardens

In the second of six programmes,
Roderick Griffin visits a new housing estate to create a communal garden for the residents of two semis. Presented by Gay Search.
Series producer Kate Kinninmont

Contributors

Unknown: Roderick Griffin
Producer: Kate Kinninmont

: Red Dwarf V

Demons and Angels. The Red Dwarf crew encountertheirdark sides - four evil doppelgangers bent on destruction.
Written by Rob Grant and Doug Naylor
Directors Juliet May, Grant Naylor ; Producer
Hilary BevanJones Rpt Stereo Subtitled ........7264

Contributors

Written By: Rob Grant
Written By: Doug Naylor
Unknown: Grant Naylor
Unknown: Hilary Bevanjones
Rimmer: Chris Barrie
Lister: Craig Charles
Cat: Danny John-Jules
Holly: Hattie Hayridge
Kryten: Robert Llewellyn

: The Longest Walk

Setting off across Spain on the last leg of her round-the-world walk,
Ffyona Campbell is alone except for a mule to carry her equipment. But the mule has never walked long distances or in traffic before and Ffyona has had only two days' training with the animal. Director Nicola Colton ; Series producer
StephenScott Subtitled ......................30326

Contributors

Unknown: Ffyona Campbell
Director: Nicola Colton

: Knowing Me, Knowing You... with Alan Partridge

Comedy chat show starring Steve Coogan
Alan Partridge, sports presenter of BBC2's hit comedy The Day Today, gets his own show. Viewers should expect shocks, controversy, surprises - and decent chat. See today's choices.
(Stereo, Subtitled)
Meet Alan Partridge: page 28

Contributors

Alan Partridge: Steve Coogan
Director: Dominic Brigstocke
Producer: Armando Iannucci

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman. Subtitled ..362719

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.

: Loose Talk

Kevin Day chairs a comic discussion on the week's news inspired by questions from the audience. With guests
Jeremv Hardy and Mark Steel. See today's choices.
Producer Bill Dare ; Executive producer
Peter Fincham

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremv Hardy
Unknown: Mark Steel.
Producer: Bill Dare
Unknown: Peter Fincham

: The Larry Sanders Show: Party

Satirical comedy about a US talk show. What begins as an intimate dinner develops into an office party at Larry's house with the host terrified that his secrets will be discovered.

Contributors

Larry Sanders: Garry Shandling
Arthur: Rip Torn
Hank: Jeffrey Tambor
Jeannie: Megan Gallagher
Martin Mull: Martin Mull

: Weatherview

: The Fugitive

Cult series from the 1960s, starring David Janssen
Terror at High Point. Kimble encounters prejudice when he tries to help a young man with the mental age of eight.
8/W

Contributors

Unknown: David Janssen








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