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: Open University

6.20 Biology: New Formulae for Food 8525863 6.45 Databases: Relational
Concepts 9815221 7.10 Ecology: Ants and Acacias 9968738 7.35 Man-made

: Breakfast News

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

: Westminster On-Line

Today's presenter is Andrew Neil.
FordetailsseeMonday Stereo ..............


Unknown: Andrew Neil.

: Daytime on Two

Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Sex Education (ages 8-11)
Someone New: a film illustratingthe growth of a baby inside its mother's womb, followed by its birth 3286776 9.20 Next: retirement magazine presented by MartiCaine Stereo 3185973 9.45 Come Outside (ages 4-5) Holes in the Ground


Presented By: Marticaine Stereo

: Children's BBC: Playdays

The Playbus stops at the Patch Stop. (Rpt) (Stereo)

: Daytime on Two

10.25 Ghostwriter (ages 10-12) What's Up with Alex? (episode 3)
10.55 Watch (ages 6-7) Natural History: Minibeasts: watching butterfly emerge fromapupa Stereo 1701825 11.10
Famously Fluent Subtitled 2628931 11.15 Italianissimo: laCapitale
11.30 Landmarks (ages 9-12) Tropical Rainforest - Destroying the Forest
Subtitled 223146711.50 USA 200 Tour of Maine-, aerial views of the state
12.00 Human Rights, Human Wrongs:
Whoopi Goldberg examines how women are being brutalised all overthe world 2305399 12.10 Job Bank (ages 14+) Painter and Decorator/Telephone Canvasser


Unknown: Whoopi Goldberg

: Working Lunch

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

: Daytime on Two

1.00 Lifeschool (ages 14+) Careers - So What Now? Getting advice on courses and careers. 25008467 1.25 West Africa (ages 14-16) Abidjan - a tale of two citizens 28914080 1.45 Storytime (ages 4-5) Tell Us a Story

: Children's BBC: Hairy Jeremy

Adventures of a hairy neolithic. (Stereo)

: Tennis

The third day's coverage of the Stella
Artois Grass Court Championships, from the Queen's Club, London. The last 16 players today begin their bids fora place in the quarterfinals. Last year Britain's
Jeremy Bates made it to the final eight.
Introduced by Sue Barker.


Unknown: Jeremy Bates
Introduced By: Sue Barker.

: News

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


Unknown: Nick Ross

: News

Regional News; Weather

: Tennis

Further coverage of the grass court play from the Queen's Club in London.

: Beating Retreat

Eric Robson is at Horse Guards, London, to set the scene for live coverage of the ceremonial Beating Retreat, featuring music from the bands of the Royal Marines, the Light Division, the Royal Air Force, and the Pipes and Drums of the Gurkhas.
Producer Michael Begg Stereo


Unknown: Eric Robson
Producer: Michael Begg Stereo

: The Business

Fourth in a nine-part series on people and practice in international business.
A Tale of Two Movies
The Madness of King George was made with British talent and American money, while Clockwork Mice is an entirely home-produced product.
Adroit marketing is vital to both. This programme describes the different routes by which each film made it to the big screen and shows how intense media exposure helped to secure four Oscar nominationsfor The Madness of King George. See today's choices.
Producer Jane Walmsley ; Series editor Brian Davies


Producer: Jane Walmsley
Editor: Brian Davies

: Play It Again

Fourth of five programmes in which former Manfred Mann singer
Paul Jones presents some of his favourite music from the lunchtime magazine show Pebble Mill.
This week's theme is the music of the Big Bands, and the programme features the Piccadilly Dance Orchestra, Johnny Dankworth , Cleo Laine , Richard Clayderman , James Last , Helen Shapiro , and the BBC Big Band.
Series producer Martyn Day Rpt Stereo ...


Singer: Manfred Mann
Singer: Paul Jones
Unknown: Pebble Mill.
Unknown: Johnny Dankworth
Unknown: Cleo Laine
Unknown: Richard Clayderman
Unknown: James Last
Unknown: Helen Shapiro

: More Rhodes around Britain

In the fifth of six programmes, travelling chef Gary Rhodes takes a trip into the past when he revisits the catering college where he embarked on a course back in 1976 - Thanet College in his native Kent. Having won prizes there as student of the year and best chef of the year, he returns to the kitchen where he cooked his first meal, and prepares a mustard and leek crumble on cheesy mashed potatoes. He then heads off to Whitstable beach where his barbecued fish goes down smoothly with mayonnaise dips and hot and cold salsa, before joining Turkish-Cypriot families gathering cobnuts in the Kent countryside. Even furtherfrom the kitchen where it all started, he makes a day-trip to
Boulogne to champion the cause of traditional British cheese, before retumingto the college for hisfinal dish - a luxury jam tart made with puff pastry, frangipane filling and homemade blackberryjam. Director/Producer Paul O'Connor
BBC BOOK: More Rhodes around Britain, featuring recipes from the series. Is available pricer 15.99 from booksellers.


Unknown: Gary Rhodes
Unknown: Thanet College
Producer: Paul O'Connor

: Wildflower

Drama starring
Patricia Arquette
Beau Bridges
Rural Georgia, 1938: Alice, part aear, part wild, is imprisoned by her abusive and drunken stepfather in a filthy outhouse. There she is discovered by a neighbour's children.
Despite being confronted by the cruelty of Alice's father, they decide to take the risk of secretly nurturing and educating her.
This film marked the debut as a director of full-length movies of the actress Diane Keaton.
(1991) Stereo # FILM REVIEWS pages 63-70
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
More moments from everyday lives. Subtitled


Unknown: Patricia Arquette
Unknown: Diane Keaton.
Alice Guthrie: Patricia Arquette
Jack Perkins: Beau Bridges
Mrs Ada Guthrie: Susan Blakely
Ellie Perkins: Reese Witherspoon
Sammy Perkins: William McNamara
Bessie Morgan: Collin Wilcox Paxton
Ormand Guthrie: Norman Maxwell
Bertha: Heather Lynch
Lisa Mae: Allison Smith
Doc Murphy: Richard K Olsen
David Butler: Robert Priester
Cletus: Randy Williams
Minister: Rick Warner
Mayor: Charles McLawhorn
Old man: Ennis Atkins
Ike: Edward Michael Hewett
Roommate: Michael Holton-Murphy
Church girl: Mary Page

: Newsnight

Topical news analysis of the stories behind the headlines. Presented by SueCameron. Subtitled ..............

: Late Review

Mark Lawson reviews this week in the arts with regular guests Tony Parsons , Allison Pearson and Tom Paulin.


Unknown: Mark Lawson
Unknown: Tony Parsons
Unknown: Allison Pearson
Unknown: Tom Paulin.

: Open University

12.00 Open View A look ahead to OU programmes. Stereo................
12.05 Engineering Mechanics: Dynamic Analysis Two examples connected with motor cars: the action of a piston in an engine, and the motion of a sports car on a test track..O61

: The Record

Rodney Fosterwith news of the day's developments in Parliament.


Unknown: Rodney Fosterwith

: BBC Select

4.45 Inland Revenue The launch ofthe public education campaign on self assessment. Stereo ................
5.00 Pathways to Care Caring in Nursing Homes. How care-workers can improve the care of older residents.
5.30-6.00 RCN Nursing Update Unit 25: Barrier contraception: issues and trends...........................................

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