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: Open University

6.20 Diabetes - Restoringthe Balance 8361667 6.45 Geology of the Alps
9651025 7.10 Pathfinding in the Brain: Fish and Bird's Eye View 9624342 7.35 Summer School: OU All Hours

: Breakfast News

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

: Westminster On-Line

Today's presenter is Andrew Neil.
For details see Monday


Unknown: Andrew Neil.

: Daytime on Two

Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Sex Education (ages 8-11) Life
Begins 3015280 9.20 Next: retirement magazine presented by Marti Caine 5783957 9.45 Come Outside (ages 4-5) Bread


Presented By: Marti Caine

: Daytime on Two

10.25 Ghostwriter (ages 10-12) What's up with Alex? (episode 4)
10.55 Watch (ages 6-7) Festivals and Celebrations - Festivals of Endings
Stereo 1547629 11.10 Famously Fluent
Subtitled 2464735 11.15 Italianissimo: Lo Scambio di Culture 3964209 11.30
Landmarks (ages 9-12) Tropical
Rainforests - Saving the Forest submied
299707111.50 USA 200: Detroit - aerial views 4139193 12.00 Human Rights, Human Wrongs: Refugees
2134803 12.10JobBank(agesl4+)Car Industry Engineer/Bi-lingual Secretary


Unknown: Lo Scambio

: Working Lunch

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

: Daytime on Two

1.00 Lifeschool (ages 14+) Careers - So What Now? 25764071 1.25 West Africa
(ages 14-16) Oil in the Delta (Nigeria)
28687984 1.45 Storytime (ages 4-5) The Rainbow Balloon

: Children's BBC: Hairy Jeremy


: Cricket: Second Test

Further live coverage of England v West
Indies, from Lord's.

: News

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


Unknown: Nick Ross

: Royal Ascot, Cricket: Second Test and Tennis

See previous page for details. Highlights of today's play in the second Test can be seen at 11.15pm................


Introduced By: Sue Barker.
Producer: Johnnie Wathersion

: The Business

Fifth in a nine-part series on people and practices in the world of international business.
To Be the Best
A look at how companies use comparisons with other industries to gain a competitive edge, in a process called benchmarking. The programme investigates how a bakery helped an aircraft manufacturerto make better use of its ovens and how the Bradford
Community Trust Hospital benchmarked with Britannia Airways to see how it could improve the transportation of patients. The US's Xerox Corporation came up with the idea of benchmarking in the late seventies and it is now considered to be one of the most effective tools for measuringthe performance of an organisation. But some experts believe Britain is still lagging behind the rest of the world in using it effectively.
Producer Terry Kelleher ; Series editor Brian Davies


Producer: Terry Kelleher
Editor: Brian Davies

: Play It Again

Last of five programmes in which singer Paul Jones presents some of his favourite music from Pebble Mill.
This week he puts on his dancing shoes and welcomes Brenda Lee who sings Let's Jump the Broomstick,
Joe Francis performs Let's Face the Music, the BBC Big Band are In the Mood and perform Skyliner with Jack Parnell and Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree with the Mellowtones. Other music comes from
Andy Prior with Yeah! Yeah!, Larry Adler , Ronnie Burham and Janie Dee with I've
Got Rhythm, Paul Nicholas with Fit as a Fiddle and Five Guys Named Moe with Choo Choo Cha Boogie. Series producer Martyn Day


Singer: Paul Jones
Unknown: Brenda Lee
Unknown: Joe Francis
Unknown: Jack Parnell
Unknown: Andy Prior
Unknown: Larry Adler
Unknown: Ronnie Burham
Unknown: Janie Dee
Unknown: Paul Nicholas

: More Rhodes around Britain

In the last of six programmes, travelling chef
Gary Rhodes visits Glasgow on the final leg of his gastronomic tour.
Dishes tonight include soused mackerel with red peppers, grilled chicken with braised pearl barley, and home made ice-cream produced on the ski slopes of Aviemore. See today's choices.
Director/Producer Paul O'Connor
Celebration: page


Unknown: Gary Rhodes
Producer: Paul O'Connor

: In Defense of a Married Man

Thriller starring
Judith Light
MichaelOntkean Laura Simmons is a good wife, a good mother and a great criminal lawyer. She'd better be. She is about to face hertoughest case everwhen she has to defend her unfaithful husband after he has been accused of murdering his mistress.
DirectorJoel0liansky(1990) ♦ FILM REVIEWS pages 53-60
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
More video-recorded moments from everyday lives.


Unknown: Judith Light
Unknown: Michaelontkean Laura Simmons
LauraSimmons: Judith Light
Robert Simmons: Michael Ontkean
Claudia Lloyd: Cynthia Sikes
Detective Bradley: Pat Corley
Alan Michelson: Jerry Orbach
Frank Ticelli: Tony Rosato
Eric Simmons: Johnny Galecki
Ben Gardner: Nicholas Campbell
Charles Evers: John Coucos
Colin Barrie: David Hemblin
Brad Monroe: Colin Fox
Amanda Simmons: Gema Zamprogna
Eileen Lloyd: Patricia Hamilton
MrSaperstein: Bob Zidel
DAPapernow: Jonathan Welsh

: Newsnight

The topical news analysis programme, featuring interviews with leading figures and debate on the stories behind the headlines. Presented by PeterSnow.

: Cricket: Second Test

Highlights of the first day's play in the match between England and the West Indies, from Lord's. Richie Richardson , captain of the tourists, hopes his team can bounce back from their2-1 series defeat by Australia last winter, which was the first time the West Indies had lost a series for 15 years. England for their part have been buoyed by their recent success in the one-day international series. Introduced by Richie Benaud.


Unknown: Richie Richardson
Introduced By: Richie Benaud.

: Weatherview

: Open University

12.00 Open View Highlights of next week's Open University programmes.
12.05 Design for an Alien World Scientists and engineers are in the planning stages of a mission to Titan, Saturn's largest moon and one of the most mysterious bodies yet to be explored in the solar system.

: The Record

The debates, exchanges and developments in Parliament today. Presented by Susan Hulme.


Presented By: Susan Hulme.

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