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: Open University

6.20 Maths: Scalings and Powers
6821121 6.45 History of Maths: The Vernacular Tradition 7818459 7.10
Black Girls in Search of Learning
7116508 7.35 Ferrara: Planning the Ideal City

: Breakfast News

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

: Westminster On-Line

Presented today by Bernard Ingham.
For details see Monday Stereo ..............

Contributors

Unknown: Bernard Ingham.

: Breakout

Damian Johnson samples some adventure holidays. Rpt ..............

Contributors

Unknown: Damian Johnson

: How the West Was Lost

Always the Enemy. The descendants of warriors who fought with Cochise and Geronimo tell about the struggle of the Apache nation against the settlers.
Part 3 Thursday at 9.05am Rpt ..............

: Consuming Passions

Ian Parmenter prepares healthy dishes in five minutes. Today, a mashed potato mountain with a surprise filling.....

Contributors

Unknown: Ian Parmenter

: Kalash - Last Pagans

A look at the people believed to be the last direct descendants of Alexanderthe
Great's army. There are 3,000 surviving "Last Pagans" living high in the mountains of Pakistan.

: Star Trek Animation

More cartoon adventures of the Starship Enterprise and its crew, featuring the voices of the cast of the original Star Trek television series...........................

: In the Pursuit of Excellence

A look at Australian sculptors and artists Rob and Rhyl Hinwood , whose combination of artistic talent and good business sense has landed them several major commissions. Rpt .............

Contributors

Unknown: Rhyl Hinwood

: See Hear!

Featuring a report from Las Vegas. With signingand subtitles.
Shown Sunday, 10.00am on BBC Stereo ...

: Working Lunch

A daily look at business news

: Preserving for the Taste of It

Today, a look at preserving in Germany, from smoked meat and fish to kale and sauerkraut, apple cider, rye bread and onion tarts

: Cricket: Third Test

Further live coverage of the final day's play from Edgbaston.

: News Regional News; Weather

Followed by Westminster with Nick Ross
Live coverage from Parliament.

Contributors

Unknown: Nick Ross

: Cricket: Third Test

Continuing live coverage of today's play from Edgbaston. Stereo .............

: Gower's Cricket Monthly

David Gower presents his cricketing magazine from Edgbaston at the conclusion of the third Test, featuring reaction to and reflection on this crucial game in the six Test series which stood at one all after England's hard won second Test success at Lord's - their first Lord's win against the West Indies for 38 years. Jimmy Adams 's video diary adds further spice to views of the West Indies tour, Graham Gooch gives a master class on attacking batting, and Mark Little goes off in search of cricket balls. There's also an investigation into the mysteries surrounding first-class cricket pitches, a preview of this weekend's Benson and Hedges Cup final between Kent and Lancashire, and a special look at minor counties.
Producer Mark Wilkin ; Series producer Philip Bernie

Contributors

Unknown: David Gower
Unknown: Jimmy Adams
Unknown: Graham Gooch
Unknown: Mark Little
Producer: Mark Wilkin
Producer: Philip Bernie

: Hypotheticals

The return of the series that explores the ethical issues surrounding social policy, and the gap between theory and practice.
Following the format of previous series, imaginary case studies are devised representing real-life experiences.
Professionals working in the field are guided through each fictional case and questioned on the decisions they would make. The technique enables participants to talk openly without betraying client confidentiality, while moderators try to test the thinking behind the positions being taken.
1: Baby Alarm. The first programme in the three-part series aims to discover under what circumstances social workers would remove a baby from its parents. Does theirwork ever compromise an individual's right to privacy? And howfarwill they go to protect endangered children? Is it, for example, excessive to set up a covert filming operation and record parents' lovemaking in the search for evidence of risk to a baby? Moderator Helena Kennedy QC tries to walk the line between personal liberty and the protection of innocent children.
Producers Juliet Winstone , Linda Bell ; Series editor Robin Kent
The second programme Is tomorrow at 7.30pm
♦ Polly Toynbee : page 14

Contributors

Unknown: Helena Kennedy
Producers: Juliet Winstone
Producers: Linda Bell
Editor: Robin Kent
Unknown: Polly Toynbee

: Tracks

The magazine series that aims to offer the ultimate guide to the countryside. To fans of the television series All
Creatures Great and Small, the Yorkshire Dales are Herriot country.
Swaledale in particular was a source of inspiration to the best-selling author known as James Herriot and, following his death earlierthis year, his son and daughtertake to the hills to explore one of his favourite walks. Also in tonight's programme, Simon King picks his way through the dense undergrowth of countryside law. Pitfalls forthe unwary range from the illegality of pickingup a fallen bird's egg to dogs committingtrespass.
Once again cartoon character
Mr Crabtree goes fishing, this time for pike, and Ray Mears turns his canoe into a makeshift shelter.
Producer Kathryn Moore : Series producer
Dick Coithurst

Contributors

Unknown: James Herriot
Unknown: Simon King
Unknown: Mr Crabtree
Unknown: Ray Mears
Producer: Kathryn Moore
Producer: Dick Coithurst

: My Son Johnny

Drama starring
Michele Lee
Rick Schroder
A tale of two brothers - Anthony, the sweet, home-loving boy, and Johnny, a violent thug. Almost inevitably,
Anthony is provoked into killing his brutal sibling. He will only escape jail if his mother tells the truth about Johnny, thereby besmirching his memory.
Director Peter Levin (1991)
* FILM REVIEWS pages 49-57
Followed by Video Nation Shorts Subtitled

Contributors

Unknown: Michele Lee
Unknown: Rick Schroder
Director: Peter Levin
Marianne Cortino: Michele Lee
Johnny Cortino: Rick Schroder
Anthony Cortino: Corinne Mec
Brian Stansbury: Rip Torn
Rhoda Cortino: Mariangela Pino
Louie Cortino: Stephen Dimopoulos
Judge Burke: Ken Pogue
Anna Cortino: Joy Coghill
Janet Davis: Gwynyth Walsh
Frank Hines: Jon Cuthbert
NickChillens: Lawrence King
Detective Morgan: Tom McBeath
Danny Bramante: Gabe Khouth
Dr Fox: Mina Emina
Lori Spoda: Molly Parker
Johnny age 12: Mark Hildreth

: Newsnight

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

: Cricket: Third Test

Highlights of thefinal day's play in the third Test between England and the West Indies, from Edgbaston. Introduced by Richie Benaud.

Contributors

Introduced By: Richie Benaud.

: Weatherview

: Open University

12.00 Open Mind: the Eco-Warriors
The story of Earthworm research -from a minor undergraduate project to world renowned expertise at the Open
University, leading to real commercial applications

: The Record

The day's debates, exchanges and developments in Parliament. Presented by David Wilby.

Contributors

Presented By: David Wilby.








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