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: Open University

6.20 Introduction to Psychology:
Eyewitness Memory 3037230 6.45 Composerand Audience: Tippett and Sondheim 7883747 7.10Religionin 16th-century Venice and Antwerp
5473872 7.35 Learning Difficulties: FindingaVoice

: Breakfast News

With signing, submiea ....

: Westminster On-Line

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

Contributors

Presented By: Trevor Phillips.

: You Must Remember This

How five people and their families try to cope with Alzheimer's Disease....

: Children's BBC: Playdays

(Rpt) (Stereo)

: Carrie

Romantic drama starring
Jennifer Jones , Laurence Olivier
Poor but hopeful, young
Carrie Meeber leaves her home in Missouri for
Chicago in the early 1900s. only to have heryouthful optimism and romantic illusions worn down by bitterexperience. With Miriam Hopkins and Eddie Albert.
DirectorWilliamWyler(1952) B/W ....... * FILM REVIEWS pages 53-56

Contributors

Unknown: Jennifer Jones
Unknown: Laurence Olivier
Unknown: Carrie Meeber
Unknown: Miriam Hopkins
Unknown: Eddie Albert.

: Holiday Outings

Jill Dando goes canoeing on the River
Zambezi in Zambia. Revisedrpt

Contributors

Unknown: Jill Dando

: Working Lunch

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

: Children's BBC: William's Wish Wellingtons

Cartoon. Narrated by Andrew Sachs.

Contributors

Narrator: Andrew Sachs

: Children's BBC: Juniper Jungle

Animation.

: Golf: the Masters

On the eve of this year's US Masters, a look back to 1994 when Jose Maria
Olazabal achieved his first major victory. Introduced bySteve Rider. Coverage of this year's competition begins tomorrow at9.30pm.

Contributors

Unknown: Jose Maria

: Songs of Praise

From Westminster Cathedral. Shown on Sunday at 6.25pm on BBC 1

: Back to Work

A self-help series for back-pain sufferers. Today, a look at the differences between two traditional therapies: osteopathy and chiropractic. With Donna Dawson.
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

: News and Weather

Subtitled (news)
Followed by Westminster with Nick Ross
Live coverage from Parliament.

Contributors

Unknown: Nick Ross

: Today's the Day

News quiz with Martyn Lewis. stereo....

Contributors

Unknown: Martyn Lewis.

: Ready, Steady, Cook

Cookery challenge.

: The Oprah WinfreyShow

Today, Oprah meets working women who lost custody battles fortheir children.

: One Lump or Two?

Last in the series about afternoon tea.
Hotels. Glynn Christian looks at the role played by hotels in the history of afternoon tea and at the rise of the tea dance

Contributors

Unknown: Glynn Christian

: Star Trek: the Next Generation

Ethics. Paralysed aftera terrible accident, Worf decides to follow the Klingon custom of committing ritual suicide, but he is in no condition to carry out his wishes. Then a visiting geneticist makes a startling proposal.

Contributors

Captain Jean-Luc Picard: Patrick Stewart
Commander William Riker: Jonathan Frakes
Lt Worf: Michael Dorn
Lt Commander Data: Brent Spiner
Dr Beverly Crusher: Gates McFadden
Lt Commander Geordi LaForge: Levar Burton
Counsellor DeannaTroi: Marina Sirtis
Guinan: Whoopi Goldberg
Captain Dathon: Paul Winfield
O'Brien: Colm Meaney

: Natural Born Footballers

The last programme of the series features Kevin Keegan, one of the most prolific strikers the English game has seen and now the manager of Newcastle United. He talks about his great moments, his heroes, his villains and his hopes for the future.

Contributors

Interviewee/subject: Kevin Keegan
Series producer: Michael Wadding

: Churchill

Another chance to see the television biography of Britain's wartime leader. Beginning of the End. The third offour films provides new insight into
Churchill's involvement in key events of the war between 1943 and 1945. It illustrates how he interfered in strategy and reveals forthe first time the existence of Churchill's "naughty document", a plan on a scrap of paper proposingthe post-wardivisionof Europe with the Soviets.
The pressures on Churchill were beginning to tell. By the treaty of Yalta in February 1945 he knew that he had become the junior partnerto Roosevelt and Stalin and that Britain was becoming increasingly powerless. Presented by Martin Gilbert. Producer Jeremy Bennett
B/WandColour Rpt Subtitled ..............

Contributors

Presented By: Martin Gilbert.
Producer: Jeremy Bennett

: Seven Wonders of the World

The series in which seven scientists select their personal wonders of the world.
3: Stephen Jay Gould , Harvard professorand distinguished palaeontologist, chooses the great rose windows of Chartres Cathedral, an ancient carnivore called Anomalocaris and the vastness of time itself. With
Sue Lawley. See today's choices.
Producer ChristopherSykes; Executive producer
RobinBrightwell Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Jay Gould

: The Swarm

Jellyfish are delicate creatures, but deadly hunters. They float like gorgeous, abstract paintings in the world's oceans, but they have a ferocious sting. Little is seen of them, but when they swarm in their millions they make the headlines. But why do they swarm, and how? Narrated by David Attenborough.
Producers Mike Beynon and Andy Byatt

Contributors

Unknown: David Attenborough.
Producers: Mike Beynon
Producers: Andy Byatt

: Modern Times: Open Prison

This documentary goes inside the so-called "holiday camp" of Britain's penal system - Ford Prison, the low-security jail at Arundel, West Sussex - and discovers a two-tier system. See today's choices.
See This Week: page 8

Contributors

Producer: Nick O'Dwyer
Series Editor: Stephen Lambert

: Close-Up

More favourite moments in the movies.
John Waters chooses a scene from The
Wizard of Oz and Mary Whitehouse recalls Brief Encounter.
The next Close-Up is tomorrow at 6.45pm

Contributors

Unknown: John Waters
Unknown: Mary Whitehouse

: Room 101

Nick Hancock talks to actress
Maureen Lipman who nominates, among other pet hates, leggings and Channel 4's late-night youth programme The Word. Director John F D Northover; Producer Lissa Evans
Followed by Video Nation Shorts Subtitled

Contributors

Talks: Nick Hancock
Unknown: Maureen Lipman
Producer: Lissa Evans

: Newsnight

With Kirsty Wark.

Contributors

Unknown: Kirsty Wark.

: The End of Childhood?

A Late Show special investigating the apparent panic among parents and academics about the corruption of childhood innocence. Are modern children the victims of a culture steeped in violence, or are these fears based on a misunderstanding of what childhood really is? With Sarah Dunant. Producer Simon Chu

Contributors

Unknown: Sarah Dunant.
Producer: Simon Chu

: Weatherview

: Open University

12.00 Modelling in the Motor Industry How three carfirms use economic modelstoruntheirbusinesses..
12.25 Doctors' Diagnoses:
Knowledge-Based Systems Computer systems to help doctors.........

: The Record

Today's debates in Parliament, with Robert Orchard. Stereo.....

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Orchard.

: BBC Select

Benefits Agency Today Customer service initiatives in the south east...








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