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: BBC Select

5.15 DOH Special - Doing No Harm
Using medical devices
5.30-6.00 RCN Nursing Update

: Open University

6.20 Maths: Volumes of Revolution
8825815 6.45 Exams: A Curious Kind of Ritual 9115273 7.10 The Education
Reform Act Subtitled 9251490 7.35 Santo
Spirito: a Renaissance Church

: Breakfast News

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

: Westminster On-Line

From Tuesday to Thursday this programme offers members ofthe public a chance to set the agenda and tackle politicians on current issues. Presented today by Bernard Ingham.
Tel: [number removed] (calls charged at local rates; lines open Tues-Thurs, 7.15-9.00am). Fax: (0 1 7 1 ) [number removed]. E-mail: westonline@bbc.co.uk

Contributors

Unknown: Bernard Ingham.

: Daytime on Two

Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Next - retirement magazine 8838821 9.25 Landmarks Extra (ages
9-12) Pakistan and Its People: a Family in Lahore - in Urdu Stereo 3565235 9.45
You and Me (ages 3-5) Just A wful

: Daytime on Two

10.25 Watch (ages 6-7) Technology:
Puppets - That 's the Way to Do It!
973152510.45 The Experimenter (ages
7-9) Living stereo 2086544 11.05 Space Ark (ages 7-1 1) Living
11.15 Movable Feasts (ages 7-11) The BigDay-Hinduism 3428457 11.30
Shakespeare: the Animated Tales (ages 9-13) The Tempest Stereo

: See Hear!

The series for people with hearing problems. Signed and subtitled.
Shown Sunday, 10. 15am on BBC 1

: Watch

The story of young Louis Braille, who invented a new system of reading and writing for the blind. Braille and his classmates are played by boys from RNIB New College, Worcester.

: Working Lunch

A daily look at the latest business and consumer news.....

: Daytime on Two

1.00 TeachingToday - Primary Science: Energy and Forces 75902 1.30QandA: Poetry and Drama Stereo 93009544 1.45 GoforltlAHAbOUtMe

: Tennis

The French Open from the Roland Garros stadium, Paris. Coverage of the women's quarterfinals. With Sue Barker....

Contributors

Unknown: Roland Garros

: News

Regional News; Weather
Followed by Westminster with Nick Ross
Live coverage from Parliament.

Contributors

Unknown: Nick Ross

: Tennis

Continued coverage of the French Open from Paris............................................

: Fresh Prince of Bel Air

American comedy series about a young man who goes to live with wealthy relatives in the LA suburb of Bel Air.
Save the Last Trance for Me. When
Will takes his cousin Nickytoan interview for admission to an exclusive
Bel Airschool, he advises him just to be himself- only to realise that it may ruin NiCky'SChanceS. Stereo ............

: Heartbreak High

Drama series about the students and teachers at a Sydney high school.
An unscrupulous boxing promotertries to lure Nick into turning professional with the promise of huge amounts of money, but Jodie tries to persuade him to give up the game. Meanwhile, trouble looms for Rivers and Sam as more people begin to find out about their affair.

Contributors

Nick: Alex Dimitriades
Jodie: Abi Tucker
Rose: Katherine Halliday
Sam: Kym Wilson
Rivers: Scott Major
Graham: Hugh Baldwin
Jack: Tai Nguyen
Con: Salvatore Coco
Danielle: Emma Roche

: The Ren and Stimpy Show

The animated series featuring Ren, the bad-tempered chihuahua, and his gullible feline sidekick Stimpy.
Tonight, the mismatched mates go camping and learn about the great
Outdoors. Stereo ........................

: The Cowgate Kestrels

Considered by many to be the best women's football team in the north east, the Cowgate Kestrels represent one of Newcastle's toughest estates, one on which women have taken the lead in improving conditions. This programme follows the team over a season, looking at the effect their rising status as players has on their everyday lives on the estate.
First shown on BBC North East

Contributors

Unknown: Cowgate Kestrels

: Public Eye

Beating Crime
John McGhie investigates as paramilitaries in Northern
Ireland fight common crime with brutal forms of "justice" in a desperate attempt to deny police control of their communities.
See today's choices.
Producer Hilary Rosen ; Editor Mark Wakefield

Contributors

Unknown: John McGhie
Producer: Hilary Rosen
Editor: Mark Wakefield

: Tracks

In tonight's countryside guide, Ray Mears is out and about in wildest
Hampshire, borrowing some ingenious survival tricks from the African bush.
Using a home-made natural straw he shows how to suck up underground water, and demonstrates how an empty drinks can may be used to fish fortrout. Cartoon angling legend Mr Crabtree introduces his son Peterto theartofplugfishingforpike,and landscape photographer Charlie Waite follows an old drove road into Salisbury on a five-mile Wiltshire walk. Plus David Stafford goes moth hunting.
Producer Kathryn Moore ; Series producer
DickColthurst

Contributors

Unknown: Ray Mears
Introduces: Mr Crabtree
Unknown: Charlie Waite
Unknown: David Stafford
Producer: Kathryn Moore

: Steptoe and Son

Another chance to see an episode of the classic comedy starring Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett.
Divided We Stand. When Harold makes plans to redecorate the house, he runs into fierce opposition from
Albert. The only way they can keep the peace is to divide the house in two.
Written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson ; Producer
David Croft

Contributors

Unknown: Wilfrid Brambell
Unknown: Harry H Corbett.
Written By: Ray Galton
Written By: Alan Simpson
Producer: David Croft

: The Living Dead

Second of three films by Adam Curtis about the attempts ofthose in powerto control the past.
You Have Used Me as a Fish Long Enough. Fifty years ago, a group of scientists believed they had found a way to wipe people's memories, and then reconstruct them. They were convinced that the prejudices and hatreds that led to nationalism, war and destruction were built on memories. But as the Cold War developed, the CIA became involved. This film tells the story of what happened when the CIA started secretly fundingthe memory experiments, and the scientists and secret agents found themselves in a world of paranoia where nothing could be trusted, not even their own memories.
Written and produced by Adam Curtis ; Executive producerEdwardMirzoeff
Followed by Video Nation Shorts Subtitled

Contributors

Unknown: Adam Curtis
Produced By: Adam Curtis

: Newsnight

Presented by Peter Snow.

Contributors

Presented By: Peter Snow.

: The Late Show

The arts and media magazine tonight includes a report on Algeria's bloody civil war, in which countless artists, writers and film-makers have been killed or forced into exile. Presented by Fintan O'Toole.
Postponed from 16 May. Series editor Michael Poole

Contributors

Presented By: Fintan O'Toole.
Editor: Michael Poole

: Weatherview

: Open University

12.00 Matisse and the Problem of Expression Henri Matisse wanted paintingto be "expressive", but what did he mean by this? ...............
12.25 Computer-Aided Design OU downloaded video

: The Record

The day's debates, exchanges and developments in Parliament.
Stereo....








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