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: Open University

6.20 Maths: Modelling Turkeys
6.45 Bullying Subtitled 7483767 7.10
Education: Sam's Story 7781816 7.35 Databases: Inside SQL

: Breakfast News

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

: Cousteau Amazon

Journey to 1,000 Rivers. Captain
Cousteau forms three exploration teams: one to follow the Amazon to its source, one to journey to Iquitos, and one to go over land to the Madeira river.
Next programme tomorrow, 9.05am Rpt ..

: A Week to Remember

Pathe News from 1955. b/w

: The Millionaires

A profile of Felix Dennis , one of the editors of the magazine Oz imprisoned afterthe infamous trial of 1971, who is now worth
£150 million

Contributors

Unknown: Felix Dennis

: Holiday Outings

Eamonn Holmes visits the Spanish family resort of Tossade Mar..................

Contributors

Unknown: Eamonn Holmes

: Camp Wilder

Teenage comedy series. Ricky decides to take drastic steps when her daughter is given a nickname.

: The Third Alibi

Thriller starring
Laurence Payne
Patricia Dainton
A successful composer and his pregnant lover plot the death of his wife.
Director Montgomery Tully 1961) B/W
FILM REVIEWS pages 51-56

Contributors

Unknown: Laurence Payne
Unknown: Patricia Dainton
Director: Montgomery Tully

: See Hear!

With signing and subtitles.
Shown Sunday, 10.00am on BBC1 Stereo ...

: Working Lunch

A daily look at business news..........

: Mama Luka Comes Home

Missionary doctor Helen Roseveare recalls her life in Zaire. Rpt ..............

Contributors

Unknown: Helen Roseveare

: Fire in the Dark

Drama starring
Olympia Dukakis
Emily Miller is a 75-year-old widow battling to maintain her pride as age and infirmity begin to take their toll. Emily Miller OLYMPIA DUKAKIS , Janet LINDSAY WAGNER , Henny Dutton JEAN STAPLETON
Director David Jones (1991) * FILM REVIEWS pages 51-56
Including at 3.00 and 3.55 News Regional News; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Olympia Dukakis
Unknown: Emily Miller
Unknown: Emily Miller Olympia Dukakis
Unknown: Janet Lindsay Wagner
Unknown: Henny Dutton Jean Stapleton
Director: David Jones

: Glorious Goodwood

Continued coverage from BBC 1, featuring the 4. 15pm race,

: European Youth Olympic Days

From Bath, the UK's biggest ever youth sporting event, as more than 2,000 teenagers from 48 countries compete in fourdays of Olympic-style events. With Helen Rollason and Hazel Irvine.
Producer Peter Allden

Contributors

Unknown: Helen Rollason
Unknown: Hazel Irvine.
Producer: Peter Allden

: A Weight on Their Minds

The fear of beingfat has now spread to the classroom, with doctors reporting an alarming rise in anorexia nervosa, known as the "slimmers' disease", among children as young as seven years old. Michael Delahaye reports on the young people now succumbingto the pressures of modern life.
Producer Joanna Burge ; Editor Alison Rooper
First shown on BBC South East ...................

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Delahaye
Producer: Joanna Burge
Editor: Alison Rooper

: The Dark Crystal

Fantasy adventure.
A thousand years have passed and a time of change has arrived.
Raised by the gentle Mystics, Jen, a young Gelfling, has been chosen to go on a hazardous journey. Hemustfind the shard to heal the magical Dark
Crystal. If he fails, the evil Skeksis will rule the world forever. The film features a cast of puppets, operated by the Muppets team led by Jim Henson and Frank Oz. It also features the voices of: Directors Jim Henson and Frank Oz (1982)
* FILM REVIEWS pages 51-56

Contributors

Unknown: Jim Henson
Unknown: Frank Oz.
Directors: Jim Henson
Jen: Stephen Garlick
Aughra: Bilue Whitelaw
Kira: Lisa Maxwell
Chamberlain: Barry Denneni
General: Michael Kilgarriff
Fizzgig: Percy Edwards

: Big Science

Second of a six-part magazine series investigating the relationship between science and modern society. This week, a look at post-Cold War military research and weapons technology.
Nuclear arms and other weapons of destruction are about to be replaced by a new breed of product that damages ratherthan destroys. American designers plan to introduce a portable laser rifle that blinds but doesn't kill. If these weapons are not needed, how can their production be prevented?
Presenter David Malone also talks to
Robert Cooke-Deegan , an adviserto the US government on gene science, questioning the role of big business in this area. Can drug companies, looking to patent the human genetic blueprint in orderto profit from the research, be trusted to safeguard our genetic inheritance? There is a report on MPs' views on genetic research in Scrutiny: MPs in Genes at 11.15pm.
Series producer David Paterson : Executive producer AlexGraham Stereo Subtitled ................

Contributors

Presenter: David Malone
Unknown: Robert Cooke-Deegan
Producer: David Paterson

: Public Eye

Islam 's Militant Tendency
A radical Islamic group is targeting Britain's youth in universities, mosques and inner cities. Its goal is a worldwide Islamic state. But Hizb' ut
Tahrir is banned in many countries for its extreme views, and many British
Muslims express concern over Hizb'ut Tahrir's tactics and its message of intolerance. Mosques in Luton,
London, Leicester and Manchester have banned the group after complaints. Accordingto the Imam of Derby's biggest mosque, Hizb' ut Tahrir isverydamagingwithin Muslim communities. With a hardcore following estimated at 2,000, how much of a threat does it pose to
Muslims and others? Mark Whitaker investigates the self-styled fastest growing Muslim force in the country. Producer Richard Klein ; Editor Mark Wakefield

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Whitaker
Producer: Richard Klein
Editor: Mark Wakefield

: Athletics

Coverage of the first of two Grand Prix meetings to be held in Monte Carlo this season, with the final also taking place here in September. Commentary by David Coleman , Stuart Storey and Paul Dickenson. Introduced by Helen Rollason with Dave Moorcroft.
See today's choices.
Producer Martin Webster ; Editor Philip Bernie

Contributors

Commentary By: David Coleman
Commentary By: Stuart Storey
Commentary By: Paul Dickenson.
Introduced By: Helen Rollason
Unknown: Dave Moorcroft.
Producer: Martin Webster
Editor: Philip Bernie

: Naked Video 33%

A compilation of the best moments from the comedy series, featuring Ron Bain , Gregor Fisher , Andy Gray , Helen Lederer , Tony Roper , Elaine C Smith , John Sparkes and Jonathan Watson. Producer Colin Gilbert
Followed by AFRICAN SUMMER
Video Nation Africa Shorts

Contributors

Unknown: Ron Bain
Unknown: Gregor Fisher
Unknown: Andy Gray
Unknown: Helen Lederer
Unknown: Tony Roper
Unknown: Elaine C Smith
Unknown: John Sparkes
Unknown: Jonathan Watson.
Producer: Colin Gilbert

: Newsnight

Debate on the stories behind the headlines. Presented by Sue Cameron .

Contributors

Presented By: Sue Cameron

: Scrutiny: MPs in Genes

Eleven MPs from both main parties serving on the Commons' Science and Technology Committee have spent the past year examining advances in genetic research. In the course of their investigation a difference of opinion has developed over whether drug companies should be allowed to claim ownership of genes that they have identified. Most ofthe Conservative committee members believe that patenting genes is necessary in order to attract private investment, while
Labour members question the morality of patenting and its impact on future research. Anne Perkins goes behind the scenes of the committee's work and discovers how MPs react to this moral dilemma.
Producer Carrie Thomas ; Editor Anne Tyerman
11.55Weatherview

Contributors

Unknown: Anne Perkins
Producer: Carrie Thomas
Editor: Anne Tyerman

: Open University

12.00 The Museum of Modern Art
What makes this New York museum run smoothly, and how did it become one of the most influential art institutionsthis century?








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