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: BBC Select

5.00 Voluntary Sector Television

: Open University

6.20 Plants' Designs forLiving
6.45 Brain and Behaviour: Seasonal
Affective Disorder 7347911 7.10Ecology: Red Grouse 7645060 7.35 A Day in the Life: Blood Sugar Levels

: Breakfast News

With Signing. Subtitled ......

: Children's BBC: The Adventures of Skippy

More adventures with the world's most famous kangaroo.

: Cousteau Amazon

Shadow in the Wilderness. Captain
Cousteau explores the age-old way of life ofthe Amazon Indians. Rpt .........

: Holiday Outings

Former political commentator John Cole takes a lakeside walking holiday in the Austrian mountains. Rpt .............

Contributors

Commentator: John Cole

: Farrell's Travels

The first of two programmes in which Nigel Farrell finds out how the great British public really spends the weekend, and meets people who would rather go hot air ballooning or orienteering than mow the lawn or walk the dog.

Contributors

Presenter: Nigel Farrell

: Camp Wilder: Sophie's Birthday

Brody has the job of supervising Sophie's sleepover.

: Sleeping Car to Trieste

Spy drama starring
Jean Kent , Albert Lieven
When a thief boards the Orient
Express with a diary containing vital
Political information, a cat-and-mouse game begins with the police.
Valya JEAN KENT , Zurta ALBERT LIEVEN , George Grant DERRICK DE MARNEY , Jolif PAUL DUPUIS , Joan Maxted RONA ANDERSON , Tom Bishop DAVID TOMLINSON
Director John Paddy Carstairs (1948) B/W . * FILM REVIEWS pages 51-56

Contributors

Unknown: Jean Kent
Unknown: Albert Lieven
Unknown: Valya Jean Kent
Unknown: Zurta Albert Lieven
Unknown: George Grant
Unknown: Derrick de Marney
Unknown: Jolif Paul Dupuis
Unknown: Joan Maxted
Unknown: Rona Anderson
Unknown: Tom Bishop David Tomlinson
Director: John Paddy Carstairs

: Working Lunch

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

: Children's BBC: The Brollys

Cartoon. (Rpt)

: I'm Still a Tourist

Third in a 12-part series investigatingthe quality of access and facilities forthe disabled tourist. Today, Assia King , a single mother of two and a wheelchair user, explores Blackpool............

Contributors

Unknown: Assia King

: Wartime Weddings

Arthur and Irene Brighouse found that arranging their wedding at a time of severe rationing was not easy...

Contributors

Unknown: Irene Brighouse

: Cricket: Fourth Test

Further live coverage of England vWest Indies from Old Trafford. Continues at
3.55pm, with racing. Stereo ...... Including at 3.00 News Regional News; Weather

: News

Regional News; Weather

: Glorious Goodwood, Cricket: Fourth Test and Netball

Continued coverage ofthe racingfrom Goodwood, featuringthe 4.15pm race,
Plus more live action from the fourth Test at Old Trafford and, at close of play, news from the World Netball Championships in Birmingham, with Hazel Irvine.
Stereo.............................................

Contributors

Unknown: Hazel Irvine.

: The Business

Master or Slave. More and more businesses are using E-Mail, the Internet and people workingfrom laptop computers anywhere in the world. David Lomax reports on how the information revolution is affectingthe shape of organisations and the people who work in them. Is this information technology liberating orintrusive? Producer Brian Davies ; Editor Alex Richardson
AFRICAN SUMMER

Contributors

Unknown: David Lomax
Producer: Brian Davies
Editor: Alex Richardson

: African Footsteps

A series of travel documentaries taking celebrities to their chosen destinations in Africa to explore for themselves. In this second programme, actor
Timothy Spall goes back to Zimbabwe to find the real country - from the solitude of Lake Kariba to the bars of Harare - that he missed six years before when he was filming White Hunter, Black Heart with Clint Eastwood. And Malawian poet and national hero Jack Mapanje returns home aftera decade spent in exile. Director Rizu Hamid ; Series producers Roy Ackerman and Andrew Snell
♦ See This Week: page 7
♦ Radio Times Holiday: page

Contributors

Unknown: Timothy Spall
Unknown: Lake Kariba
Unknown: Clint Eastwood.
Unknown: Jack Mapanje
Director: Rizu Hamid
Producers: Roy Ackerman

: Wildlife Showcase

Sichuan - a Tale of Two Pandas
A look at the red pandas - smaller, tree-climbing cousins of the black and white variety - which roam the bamboo-covered foothills of China, along with golden cats, golden monkeys and an unruly troop of Tibetan macaques. See today's choices.
Directors/Producers Keith and Liz Laidler

Contributors

Unknown: Liz Laidler

: The Likely Lads: Older Women Are More Experienced

Continuing the repeat run of the first hit comedy series written by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais.

The new canteen manageress is Terry's latest object of desire, and after he helps her to repair the canteen fridge she invites him back to her place. Bob, meanwhile, is happier to take out a young girl he's just met. Little do they know that these two women of different ages are closely connected.
With Bartlett Mullins, Donald McKillop, Patricia Shakesby and Sandra Payne

Contributors

Writer/Producer: Dick Clement
Writer: Ian La Frenais
Terry: James Bolam
Bob: Rodney Bewes
Mrs Winsor: Yvette Rees
Mr. Clough: Bartlett Mullins
Jack: Donald McKillop
Waitress: Patricia Shakesby
Sheila Mills: Sandra Payne

: One Foot in the Past

This week, Lucinda Lambton visits Brodsworth House in Yorkshire, a mid- 1 9th century house packed with crumbling Victoriana which has been gradually decaying as years of rot and damp took theirtoll. English Heritage has managed to rescue the house and arrest the decay, but this is no ordinary restoration programme.
Spike Milligan , meanwhile, embarks on a second campaign to save the Elfin Oak, the burned-out trunk of a huge oak tree in London's Kensington
Gardens whose twisted contours were carved into an intricate scene of pixies and goblins at the turn of the century by woodcarver Ivor Innes. In the sixties,
Milligan led a campaign to save the oak from rotting away, but can he save it a second time?
Presenter Kirsty Wark takes the West Highland line sleeper service to Fort William, Britain's most awe-inspiring railway journey and the focus of protests in the face of efforts to close the service.
Series producer Basil Comely; Executive producers Roland Keatingand Sally Angel

Contributors

Unknown: Lucinda Lambton
Unknown: Spike Milligan
Unknown: Ivor Innes.
Presenter: Kirsty Wark
Producers: Roland Keatingand Sally Angel

: Grace under Fire

Continuing the sardonic blue-collar comedy about one woman's recipe for survival afterdivorce and single parenthood. Starring Brett Butler
15June, 1997. Grace has a new boss with communication difficulties. She also has financial problems, and it looks as if she'll have to take the children out ofdaycare. Will the childcare rota work - orwill Quentin and Libby have to become latchkey kids?
Followed by AFRICAN SUMMER
Video Nation Africa Shorts

Contributors

Unknown: Brett Butler
Grace: Brett Butler
Russell Norton: Dave Thomas
Nadine Swoboda: Julie White
Wade Swoboda: Casey Sander
Jimmy Kelly: Geoff Pierson
Faith: Valri Bromfield

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxmqn.

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Paxmqn.

: Gaytime TV

Fifth of a new lifestyle magazine series aimed at the lesbian and gay male audience. Presented by Bert Tyler-Moore and Rhona Cameron.
Included in a colourful mix of regular items are news and features on gay and lesbian life worldwide, fitness and holiday tips.
Producer Neil Crombie ; Executive producer
Charlie Parsons

Contributors

Presented By: Bert Tyler-Moore
Presented By: Rhona Cameron.
Producer: Neil Crombie
Producer: Charlie Parsons

: Weatherview

: Open University

12.00 Open View A look ahead to next week's Open University programmes.
12.05 Structural Components How engineers can make sure that a new type of pylon won'tfail in service.








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