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: BBC Select

TUTV - Trade Union Television News forunion workers.....................

: Open University

6.20 Oceanography: Global Sea-Level
8858143 6.45 Ancient Athens: Acropolis Now 9148501 7.10 Psychology: Two Research Styles 9291018 7.35 The
Shape of the World: Water Is for Fighting Over The battle in the US for the water in the Truckee River, Nevada.

: Breakfast News

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

: The Breaking: the Arab Horse

Short documentary about the training of an Arab stallion. Rpt ....................

: The Vital River

A look at how river management can satisfy human needs without harming bird habitats.................................

: Holiday Outings

Portugal. Jill Dando visits the Algarve to sample a long stay winter holiday.
Revised

: Daytime on Two

Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Italianissimo - Intermediate Italian: laSettimanaBianca 3595476 9.15
TeachingToday - Primary Science:
Energy and Forces - Will It Stop?
9.45 Watch (ages 6-7) Technology: Puppets - That's the Way to Do It!

: Children's BBC: Playdays: The Why Bird Stop

Featuring a story by Margaret Gordon, Supermarket Mice. (Rpt) (Stereo)

Contributors

Author (Supermarket Mice): Margaret Gordon

: Daytime on Two

10.25 Cats 1 Eyes (ages 5-7) Living: Night Life. A look at the nocturnal activities of a badger. 9773501 10.40 Look and Read Special (ages 7-9) Follow that Frog 2010501 11.00ZigZag(ages8-10) Wildlife Safari - Working Together
9368582 11.20 Techno: Making It (ages 11-14) The Balloon
11.40 Job Bank (ages 14+) Tour Leader/Self Employment 9441124 12.00 Shakespeare: the Animated Tales (ages 9-13) As You Like It Stereo

: Working Lunch

A daily look at business news..........

: Daytime on Two

1.00 History File (ages 14-16) The Making of the United Kingdom: 1500-1750 25331747 1.25 Landmarks: Tropical
Rainforest (ages 9-12) The People of the Forest Subtitled 28247360 1.45 Words and Pictures (ages 5-7) Super Dooper Jezebel

: Children's BBC: Noddy

An unusual animal that has fallen off a passing circus van becomes Noddy's new friend. (Rpt) (Stereo)

: Tennis

Continuing coverage of the French Open championships from the Roland Garros stadium, Paris. This year BBCtv has coverage across the whole of the second week of matches in this famous Grand Slam event.
Commentary by John Barrett, Mark Cox, David Mercer and Virginia Wade.
Introduced by Sue Barker, who was the last British winner of the tournament back in 1976.

Including at 3.00 and 3.55 News Regional News; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Roland Garros
Commentary By: John Barrett
Commentary By: Mark Cox
Commentary By: David Mercer
Commentary By: Virginia Wade.
Introduced By: Sue Barker

: Buck Rogers in the 25th Century: Journey to Oasis

A feature-length episode of the sci-fi series following the adventures of an American astronaut who is transported to the 25th century.
Wilma Deering falls in love with alien Ambassador Duvoe, unaware that he has a shocking secret which jeopardises a vital peace conference. Buck Rogers crash lands a few miles from the conference and races to prevent a galactic war.

Contributors

Unknown: Wilma Deeringfalls
Unknown: Buck Rogers
Buck Rogers: Gil Gerard
ColWilmaDeering: Erin Gray
DrGoodfellow: Wilfrid Hyde-White
Ambassador Duvoe: Mark Lenard
Hawk: Thom Christopher
Twiki/Odee-X: Felix Silla

: Steven Spielberg's Amazing Stories

You Gotta Believe Me. Earl Sweet wakes up from a vivid nightmare so convinced that a plane is about to crash into his house that he rushes to the airport in the middle of the night to try to prevent a catastrophe.
Earl CHARLES DURNING , Nancy MARY BETTEN , Red
Bag Lady CASSANDRA GAVA. Riot JOEL LAWRENCE.

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Durning
Unknown: Nancy Mary Betten
Unknown: Lady Cassandra Gava.
Unknown: Joel Lawrence.

: The Net

The magazine series about computers and the digital world. Tonight, Benjamin Woolley looks at interactive movies on CD-ROM where the player takes the lead role in the film and determines how the plot unfolds. Will these movies convert couch potatoes into hyperactive role players?
There's also a report on the race to find a secure way to transfer money digitally. Will these electronic currencies turn the Internet into an on-line economy and lead to financial anarchy? Plus science fiction writer Jeff Noon presents a film he has written for the programme that draws on the imagery in his books. And in Hotlist Paddy Ashdown, leader of the Liberal Democrats, investigates some of the political sites available on the World Wide Web.
Series producer Stephen Arkell ; Series editor John Wyver (Stereo)
FEEDBACK: via E-mail: [email address removed] or access the Internet: the URL address is: [web address removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Benjamin Woolley
Unknown: Jeff Noon
Leader: Paddy Ashdown
Producer: Stephen Arkell

: Perpetual Motion: The Ford Transit

Another chance to see the series about vehicles which defied extinction, and the people who designed them, bought them, and love them today.

When it hit the road in October 1965, the Ford transit transformed the image of the van. Its German and British designers tried to create a van that was as easy and comfortable to drive as a private car. A wide range of drivers from pop stars to the police were attracted by the new streamlined vehicle and it gathered a devoted following. Three million Ford Transits have rolled off the assembly line and it is still Britain's best-selling medium-sized commercial vehicle.
Former bank robber Bobby King remembers it as the ideal getaway vehicle, and Jools Holland recalls early days spent touring the country with the band Squeeze, with all their gear loaded in the back.

Contributors

Interviewee: Bobby King
Interviewee: Jools Holland
Director/Series Producer: Emma Willis

: The Outer Limits

The Second Soul. Contact is made with an extra-terrestrial civilisation whose planet is dying.
In orderto survive they need host bodies. See today's choices.

Contributors

Dr Michael Alders: Mykelti Williamson
James Heatherton: Dw Moffett
Karen Heatherton/Uanar: Rae Dawn Chong
Kadimas: Richard Grove
Control voice: Kevin Conway

: The Music Biz

The third of six programmes telling the human stories of the pop music industry. The Image. A look at the power of image in making or breaking a musician'scareer. Promotional campaigns to create the image can involve press coverage, advertising, photographs and million-dollar videos. Jon Bon Jovi , Debbie Harry ,
Bruce Springsteen and Aerosmith explain how they have played to the camera, and some relative newcomers, Australian band Let Loose, are exposed to the wonders of television. Producers Gina and Jeremy Newson

Contributors

Unknown: Jon Bon Jovi
Unknown: Debbie Harry
Unknown: Bruce Springsteen
Unknown: Jeremy Newson

: Newsnight

With PeterSnow. Subtitled....

: Look at the State We're In! - the Debate

A discussion of the issues raised by the recent series of programmes on people's rights, from the documentary Standing Up to the State shown on 20 May to the six satirical short films, Look at the State We 're in!, screened over the last three weekends. Are we being deprived of rights by the state, or do other countries look to our system for guidance? Chaired by Sue Cameron.
Producer John Withington ♦ See Polly Toynbee : page 14
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Contributors

Producer: John Withington
Unknown: Polly Toynbee

: Open University

12.00 Running the Country: the Industry of Culture The makers of TVs, videos and sound systems are now part of a global industry....
12.25 Project Management: the Docklands Light Railway Building a railway in London's East End...








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