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: Open University

6.20 Maths: "Real" Exponential
Functions 7758558 6.45 What Is Music? 2431542 7.10 16th-century Venice and Antwerp - the Cities Compared
7.35 Mental Handicap: No Problem's Too Big

: Breakfast News

With Signing. Subtitled ..................

: Westminster On-Line

Presented by Trevor Phillips.
Fordetails see Monday Stereo ..............

Contributors

Presented By: Trevor Phillips.

: Daytime on Two

Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Quinze Minutes (ages 11-13) Visites en France 5867788
9.15 Focus (ages 9-13) The Rhythm of Raz Stereo
9.25 Study Ireland: Geography (ages 14-16) Issues in a Changing World - Fair Head Stereo 5860875
9.45 Storytime (ages 4-5) Naughty Daisy

Contributors

Unknown: Raz Stereo

: Children's BBC: Playdays

(Stereo)

: Daytime on Two

10.25 Watch (ages 6-7) Natural History - Spring Stereo 1269455
10.40 Around Scotland (ages 10-12) The Year of the Prince: It's Over Stereo 4477691
11.00 Q and A Extra 6800691
11.15 Teaching Today Music! Music! Music!
11.45 Developing World (ages 14+) Out of Development? 9611097
12.10 The Geography Programme (ages 11-16) Japan 2000

: Working Lunch

Business and consumer news........

: Daytime on Two

1.00 The German Collection (ages 16+) 57334349
1.25 Zig Zag(ages 8-10) Roman Britain Stereo 87021691
1.45 You and Me (ages 3-5)

: Songs of Praise

From Royal Deeside.
Shown on Sunday at 6.25pm on BBC 1

: Back to Work

A self-help series for back-pain sufferers. Today, methods of relieving pain. Plus advice on walking, sitting and lifting heavy objects in the home and garden. With Donna Dawson and postural expert David Newbound.
BOOKLET: for a booklet to accompany this series, send a cheque or postal order for £2.00, payable to BSS, to: [address removed]

Contributors

Presenter: Donna Dawson
Expert: David Newbound

: News and Weather

Subtitled (news)
Followed by Westminster with Nick Ross
News from Parliament. subtitled ..
3.50 News and Weather subtitled (news) Regional News; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Nick Ross

: Today's the Day

News quiz with Martyn Lewis.

Contributors

Unknown: Martyn Lewis.

: Ready, Steady, Cook

Cookery challenge.

: The Oprah Winfrey Show

Today, Oprah's guests play the mating game - with the help of a hidden camera.

: One Lump or Two?

Colonial. Glynn Christian discovers that the tradition of afternoon tea, exported by the British, is thriving in South Africa and the US, though with a distinctly exotic flavour..............

Contributors

Unknown: Glynn Christian

: Star Trek: the Next Generation

Power Play. A distress signal lures the Enterprise to the site of a crashed
Starfieet ship, which disappeared two centuries earlier. An investigating team is sent out, but on their return to the Enterprise, they take the bridge by force.

Contributors

Captain Jean-Luc Picard: Patrick Stewart
Commander William Riker: Jonathan Frakes
Lt Commander Data: Brent Spiner
Dr Beverly Crusher: Gates McFadden
Lt Commander Geordi LaForge: Levar Burton
Counsellor DeannaTroi: Marina Sirtis
LtWorf: Michael Dorn
Ensign Ro: Michelle Forbes
Keiko: Rosalind Chao
O'Brien: Colm Meaney

: Natural Born Footballers

This week's programme features a revealing interview with Kenny Dalglish who, as a player, won just about every trophy in Scotland and England.
Dalglish shocked the football world in 1991 when he retired as Liverpool manager, but returned to the game in 1992 to build aformidable Blackburn side which is still fightingforthis year's Premiership title.
Series producer Michael Wadding

Contributors

Unknown: Kenny Dalglish

: Open Space Special

Two Hours from London
Former Labour leader
Michael Foot and his wife Jill Craigie were once regular visitors to the former
Yugoslavia. In this documentary, made with the help of their grandson, they call on the leaders of Europe to come to the aid of the stricken country. See today's choices.
Producers Jill Craigie and Jason Lehel

Contributors

Leader: Michael Foot
Unknown: Jill Craigie
Producers: Jill Craigie

: Russian Wonderland

Documentary portraits of Russian lives. Babushka. Lydia is in her 70s and living in Moscow. She visits hersister Nyura in the country to celebrate a religious holiday and to stock upon expensive essentials. Their lives may seem different, but a determination to survive is common to both women.
The next programme is tonight at 9.50pm

: Seven Wonders of the World

The series in which seven scientists select their personal wonders of the world.
2: Steve Jones, Professor of Genetics at University College, London, chooses slugs, snails and sex.
See today's choices.
Producer Christopher Sykes ; Executive producer Robin Brightwell

Contributors

Producer: Christopher Sykes
Producer: Robin Brightwell

: University Challenge

Following six months of fierce competition, the series comes to a climax with the final. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions, and guest Bamber Gascoigne , the programme's original host, presents the winners with a trophy created by sculptor Adrian Moakes. DirectorJenny Dodd; Producer Kieran Roberts

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Paxman
Unknown: Bamber Gascoigne
Unknown: Adrian Moakes.
Producer: Kieran Roberts

: Modern Times Goodbye, Dear Friend

Are we odd, foolish or maladjusted when we grieve inconsolably at the death of a much-loved pet? This documentary talks to Janet Thomas , a vet who specialises in understanding pet bereavement, visits a pet cemetery, and hears some of the stories of the bereft. See today's choices.
Producer Marilyn Wheatcroft ; Series editor
Stephen Lambert * Animal Rites: page 21

Contributors

Unknown: Janet Thomas
Producer: Marilyn Wheatcroft
Editor: Stephen Lambert

: Russian Wonderland

Goryachev. Mark Goryachev looks more like a rock starthan leader of the Democratic Forum of the Russian
Parliament. How does a piano-tuner become one of Russia's richest men, and what is the price he must pay? The last in the series can be seen tomorrow at
10.15pm Subtitled ....

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Goryachev

: Room 101

Nick Hancock talks to Private Eye editor Ian Hislop , whose list of pet hates includes Postman Pat , men with beards, and the film Truly Madly Deeply. Director John F D Northover; Producer Lissa Evans

Contributors

Talks: Nick Hancock
Editor: Ian Hislop
Unknown: Postman Pat
Producer: Lissa Evans

: Newsnight

With PeterSnow.

: The Late Show

Tonight, a panel discusses some of the issues raised in tonight's Open Space Special, Michael Foot and Jill Craigie 's documentary about the former
Yugoslavia. With Fintan O'Toole.

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Foot
Unknown: Jill Craigie
Unknown: Fintan O'Toole.

: Weatherview

: Open University

12.00 Reconstructing the Bankside Theatres A look at the proposals behind the reconstruction of London's
Globe Theatre

: The Record

Today's debates in Parliament, with Susan Hulme.

Contributors

Unknown: Susan Hulme.

: Nightschool TV

Primary Science Science Zone (for 9-11 year olds)

: BBC Select

Benefits Agency Today Interesting developments in Wales. Signed and








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