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: Open University

6.20 Maths: Up to the Mark
6.45 Santo Spirito: a Renaissance Church 9951077 7.10 Science Matters: Taking Risks

: Breakfast News

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

: Westminster On-Line

The programme offering members of the public a chance to tackle politicians on important current issues. Presented today by Bernard Ingham.
Fordetailssee Monday Stereo ..............

Contributors

Unknown: Bernard Ingham.

: Daytime on Two

Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Education Special: Simple Minds. A look at the methods used forteaching science - do children have a clearer picture of how the world works before they enterthe classroom than after having lessons? Stereo Subtitled 8773023 9.45
You and Me (ages 3-5) OwningUp

: Children's BBC: Playdays

Today, the Playbus stops at the Playground Stop.

: Daytime on Two

10.25 Watch (ages 6-7) Technology: Puppets -Rod Puppets
10.45 The Experimenter (ages 7-9)
Living Stereo 2822348 11.05 Space Ark (ages 7 -11) Living
11.15 Tutorial Topics (ages 14-16) Craze 3257961 11.30The Knowledge: Too Clever by Half? Stereo

: See Hear!

The series for people with hearing problems. Signed and subtitled.
Shown Sunday. 10.00am on BBC Stereo ...

: Working Lunch

A daily look at the latest business and consumer news

: Daytime on Two

1.00 TeachingToday: Equal
Opportunities in Primary Science and IT 98665 1.30 Q and A: Science and Technology Stereo 93845348 1.45 Go for It! Food

: Children's BBC: Hairy Jeremy

Everyday adventures of a hairy neolithic.

: Tennis

The Stella Artois Grass Court
Championships, from the Queen's Club in London - the first of six days of coverage of this traditional pre-Wimbledon tournament. Todd Martin was last year's surprise champion. Commentary by John Barrett , David Mercer and Mark Cox. Introduced by Sue Barker.

Contributors

Unknown: Todd Martin
Commentary By: John Barrett
Commentary By: David Mercer
Commentary By: Mark Cox.
Introduced By: Sue Barker.

: News

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

Contributors

Unknown: Nick Ross

: News

Regional News; Weather

: Tennis

Continued coverage from the Queen's Club, London.
Producers Chris Lewis and Johnnie Watherston

Contributors

Producers: Chris Lewis
Producers: Johnnie Watherston

: Heartbreak High

Drama series about the students and teachers at a Sydney high school.
Nick, still reeling after his breakup with Jodie, learns that Con has not been honest with him. He agrees to take part in a professional boxing match, despite the opposition of hisfamily. Rivers, upset at Deloraine's treatment of Sam, falls under suspicion when Deloraine's office is ransacked.

Contributors

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

: Cardiff Singer of the World

Welsh soprano Eldrydd Cynan Jones begins her challenge forthis year's title tonight in Cardiff's St David 's Hall, singing a selection from Handel, Cilea, Duparc, Richard Strauss and Puccini.
Also competingfora place in Sunday's final are Australian soprano
Clare Gormley , Norwegian mezzo Ingebjorg Kosmo , Bulgarian bassSvetozar
Rangelov and American baritone Earle Patriarco. Accompaniment is by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conducted by Guido Ajmone-Marsan , with pianist Phillip Thomas. Coverage continues tomorrow at 7.00pm.
Director Andrew Quick ; Producer Christina Macaulay

Contributors

Soprano: Eldrydd Cynan Jones
Unknown: St David
Unknown: Richard Strauss
Soprano: Clare Gormley
Unknown: Ingebjorg Kosmo
Baritone: Earle Patriarco.
Conducted By: Guido Ajmone-Marsan
Pianist: Phillip Thomas.
Director: Andrew Quick
Producer: Christina MacAulay

: Public Eye

Double Trouble
Patients on Britain's psychiatric wards are easy targets for drug dealing, with tragic results. Drug abuse by the mentally ill - so-called "double trouble" - can aggravate symptoms and cause severe psychosis, leadingto assaults and even some deaths. Margaret Lee , whose son Paul died within hours of admission to a hospital's psychiatric ward, blames the hospital for not watching him closely enough, even though the 1992 inquest into Paul's death cleared the hospital of blame. Managers point outthat they are not running prisons; restricting patients' access to illegal drugs may conflict with respecting patients' rights.
Fiona Bruce investigates how these drugs can get onto the wards, and what measures can be taken to stop them. Producer Kim Duke ; Editor Mark Wakefield

Contributors

Unknown: Margaret Lee
Unknown: Fiona Bruce
Producer: Kim Duke
Editor: Mark Wakefield

: Cricket

Highlights from one of today's semi-final matches in the Benson and Hedges Cup. Commentary by Richie Benaud , Geoff Boycott and David Gower. Introduced by Tony Lewis.

Contributors

Commentary By: Richie Benaud
Commentary By: Geoff Boycott
Commentary By: David Gower.
Introduced By: Tony Lewis.

: Steptoe and Son

Another chance to see an episode of the classic comedy starring Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett.
The Desperate Hours. An escaped convict (played by Leonard Rossiter ) hides out with the Steptoes - not realising that he has chosen the only house in London whose inhabitants are worse off than he is.
Written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson ; Producer
John Howard Davies

Contributors

Unknown: Wilfrid Brambell
Unknown: Harry H Corbett.
Played By: Leonard Rossiter
Written By: Ray Galton
Written By: Alan Simpson
Producer: John Howard Davies

: The Living Dead

The last of three films by Adam Curtis about attempts to control the past.
The Attic. The speeches of Winston Churchill in 1940 inspired the British people at a perilous time in their history by calling on romantic images of a glorious and idealised past. Tonight's film shows how Margaret Thatcher used Churchill's vision to shape Britain in the 1980s - and to stay in power. See today's choices.
Written and produced by Adam Curtis ; Executive producer Edward Mirzoeff
See This Week: page 12
Followed by Video Nation Shorts Subtitled

Contributors

Unknown: Adam Curtis
Unknown: Margaret Thatcher
Produced By: Adam Curtis
Producer: Edward Mirzoeff

: Newsnight

With PeterSnow.

: Trophies of War

This Late Show special looks at the art treasures, including Impressionist paintings, that were taken from
Germany by Stalin's "Trophy Brigades" at the end of the Second World War. Some were returned by Khrushchev in 1955 but the rest remained hidden in Soviet monasteries, depositories and museum cellars. Atreaty signed in 1991 by Mikhail Gorbachev agreed that the hoard would be returned, but despite endorsement by Boris Yeltsin attempts are now being made to legalise Russian ownership of these treasures. Tonight's programme discusses changing attitudes in Russia, and includes contributions from the directors of the Hermitage and Pushkin Museums in Russia and the Dresden Art Museum in Germany;
Russia's Deputy Minister of Culture; journalists and lawyers who have studied the case; and Sebastian von
Johnson, heirto some of the paintings in the collection.
Producer Bemadette O'Brien ; Series editor Michael Poole
11.55Weatherview

Contributors

Unknown: Mikhail Gorbachev
Unknown: Boris Yeltsin
Producer: Bemadette O'Brien
Editor: Michael Poole

: Open University

12.00 Open Mind The Education
Superhighway. Howard Stableford looks at research into how the Internet, on-line video and virtual reality will affect the way we learn,
12.25 Computer-aided Design Realism OU downloaded video..............

Contributors

Unknown: Howard Stableford

: The Record

The day's events in Parliament. With
Rodney Foster.

Contributors

Unknown: Rodney Foster.








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