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: Open University

6.15 Maths: Conics in Perspective
2528254 6.40 Traffic Futures: Models or Muddles? 7350148 7.05 Maths:
Complex Numbers 2495438 7.30 The Art of Commerce: Religion in Ancient Greece 7467902 7.55 Picturing the Modern City 3164525 8.20 The Rinuccini Chapel,
Florence 7942032 8.45 Windows on the Mind -Children's Drawings

: Casper Classics

Animation.

: X-Men

Last of a two-part cartoon.

: Fan TC

Fans of D:Ream and classical music supporters compete in the quiz that tests musical knowledge. With Toby Anstis and Dannii Minogue.

Contributors

Unknown: Toby Anstis

: The Really Wild Guide to Britain

Today, howtojoin the fan club of Britain's biggest fish, the 30-foot long basking shark; an undersea nature trail off Lundy Island; and where in Britain to see the world's biggest otter and the most beautiful butterflies. With
Michaela Strachan , Howie Watkins , Chris Packham and Janice Acquah.

Contributors

Unknown: Michaela Strachan
Unknown: Howie Watkins
Unknown: Chris Packham
Unknown: Janice Acquah.

: Grange Hill

The school series from
1985. The first years start their "bridge-building" with the local community.
Gonch JOHN HOLMES. Hollo BRADLEY SHEPPARD.
Calley SIMONE HYAMS , Ronnie TINA MAHON , Miss Washington CAROLINE GRUBER
Written by David Angus Rpt

Contributors

Unknown: Gonch John Holmes.
Unknown: Hollo Bradley Sheppard.
Unknown: Calley Simone Hyams
Unknown: Ronnie Tina Mahon
Unknown: Miss Washington Caroline Gruber
Written By: David Angus Rpt

: Moonacre

Last in the fantasy drama series. Maria fulfils the prophecy and Lady Blackheart gets hercomeuppance.
Robin NOAH HUNTLEY. Maria CAMILLA POWER.
Peter THOMAS SZEKERES. Miss Heliotrope JEAN ANDERSON. FrFrancis IAIN CUTHBERTSON , Simon Blackheart
RICHARD ELFYN , Sir Benjamin PHILIP MADOC.
Old Elspeth MIRIAM MARGOLYES , Digweed GRAHAM STARK. Lady Blackheart POLONA VETRIH

Contributors

Unknown: Robin Noah Huntley.
Unknown: Maria Camilla
Unknown: Peter Thomas Szekeres.
Unknown: Miss Heliotrope Jean Anderson.
Unknown: Frfrancis Iain Cuthbertson
Unknown: Simon Blackheart
Unknown: Richard Elfyn
Unknown: Sir Benjamin Philip Madoc.
Unknown: Elspeth Miriam Margolyes
Unknown: Digweed Graham
Unknown: Polona Vetrih

: The Crunch

Last of six documentaries from around the world about children caught up in controversy.
The story of 12-year-old Owen Wilkins and his campaign to persuade the Australian govemmentto create "green corridors" to protect endangered mammals and birds from the effects of development schemes.

Contributors

Unknown: Owen Wilkins

: The O Zone

Music magazine.
Stereo..............................................

: Sunday Grandstand

Introduced by Sue Barker in London and Desmond Lynam in Gothenburg.
12.05,2.50 World Athletics
Championships From Gothenburg, including live coverage of Linford Christie 's 100m semi-final and a lookat his chances of retaining his title in this evening'sfmal. Today's key events:
1.00 Men's 20km walkfinal
1.15 Men's hammerfinal
3.05 Men's 100m semi-finals
3.25 Men's 800m semi-finals
3.50 Women's longjump final
3.55 Women's 100m second round
4.25 Women's 1500m first round
5.10 Women's 100m hurdles final
1.00 Cricket A look at England's under-19 side which today completes its second "Test" against its South Africa counterparts at New Road, Worcester.
1.20 Three-Day Eventing Action from the British Open at Gatcombe Park, which finishes this afternoon with the cross-country stage. Commentary by Michael Tucker and Lorna Clarke.
Stereo...............................................

Contributors

Introduced By: Sue Barker
Introduced By: Desmond Lynam
Unknown: Linford Christie
Commentary By: Michael Tucker
Commentary By: Lorna Clarke.

: The Natural World

Cougar - Ghost of the Rockies
Also known as the mountain lion, the cougar is North America's biggest cat. This film, by Jim Dutcherand Dennis Kane, is a record of the intimate behaviourof this elusive creature and three new born kittens.
Series producer John Sparks

Contributors

Unknown: Jim Dutcherand Dennis
Producer: John Sparks

: Songs of Praise

Summer Postcards. In a special holiday edition from Blackpool,
Pam Rhodes recalls highlights from the past year's programmes, including meeting Cliff Richard , Remembrance service at Aldershot and the D-Day programme, dancing in the sea in Barbados, and American evangelists
Moody and Sankey's song God Be with You Till We Meet Again.
Producer Jem Kime ; Editor Helen Alexander
Repeated Wed 1.15pm Stereo Subtitled .

Contributors

Unknown: Pam Rhodes
Unknown: Cliff Richard
Producer: Jem Kime
Editor: Helen Alexander

: The Big Trip to Indonesia and Australia

Three groups of intrepid travellers journeyed around the world last summer in spartan living conditions, with only a rucksack, a meagre budget, and a television crew for company.
In the first of three programmes, Irish friends Suzanne Lavery and Amanda Brady set off for Indonesia's bustling capital Jakarta and its idyllic offshore islands. From there it's on to Darwin and the Australian outback. They go scuba diving around the Great Barrier Reef, watch whales in Hervey Bay and end theirjourney in Sydney.
Sehes producer Nicola Moody Postponed from 30 July Revisedrpt Stereo Subtitled ............

Contributors

Unknown: Suzanne Lavery
Unknown: Amanda Brady

: The Staggering Stories of Ferdinand De Bargos

A series of off-beat comedy.
The Private Life of Bricks. An untried film director's low budget art movie is acquired by the British Arty Film Company, who stake everything on its success. Producers Geoff Atkinson and Kim Fuller
AFRICAN SUMMER

Contributors

Producers: Geoff Atkinson
Producers: Kim Fuller

: One Day in Africa

On 5 May 1995, in six countries across Africa, six "ordinary" people filmed their lives for24 hours. Inspired by the success of Video Nat/on and Video
Diaries, the BBC has taken their camcorderformatto Africa, wherea soldier in Liberia, a teenager in the new South Africa, afarmerin Tanzania, a cabby in Cairo, a politician in Uganda and a nomad in the desert of Mali recorded a diary of one ordinary day.
Producer Brenda Kelly ; Series producer Mandy Rose
THE BOMB

Contributors

Producer: Brenda Kelly

: The Moscow Criterion

The Secret History of Britain's Nuclear Weapons
For 40 years, Britain measured the effectiveness of its nuclear defence policy by "the Moscow criterion", the ability to hit the Soviet capital. Mark Urban uncovers the story of Britain's nuclear weapons, from the earliest tests in the Pacific to the arrival of the first Trident submarine, and finds out from leading figures involved whether it was worth Britain's struggle to keep up with the nuclear arms race. See today's choices. Producer Chris Powell
THE BBC

Contributors

Producer: Chris Powell

: Breathless

Crime drama, the first of two films tonight starring
Richard Gere
Jesse Lujack lives on his wits stealingto survive. On the run after killing a cop, Jesse seeks help from
Monica, with whom he hopes to escape to Mexico, but she has other ideas.
Jesse Lujack RICHARD GERE. Monica VALERIE
KAPRISKY, Birnbaum ART METRANO, Lt Parmental
JOHN P RYAN. Paul WILLIAM TEPPER. Sgt Enright ROBERT DUNN. Berutti GARRY GOODREW
Director Jim McBride (1983) Subtitled ....
See Barry Norman : page 42 FILM REVIEWS pages 45-50

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Gere
Unknown: Jesse Lujack
Unknown: Monica Valerie
Unknown: Paul William Tepper.
Unknown: Sgt Enright
Unknown: Robert Dunn.
Unknown: Berutti Garry Goodrew
Director: Jim McBride
Unknown: Barry Norman

: The Trial of OJ Simpson

A weekly review of developments in the high-profile murder case in Los Angeles. Presented by Peter Pringle.
Producer Roy Davies

Contributors

Presented By: Peter Pringle.
Producer: Roy Davies

: AFRICAN SUMMER African Political Broadcast

Tonight, President MelesZenawi of Ethiopia discusses the type of relationship Africa wants with the west. The next African Political Broadcast is tomorrow at 10.20pm

: THE BOMB Rhapsody in August

Tonight's second film starring Richard Gere
Fourteenagers spend the summer with their grandmother,
Kane, in the country near Nagasaki. It's 45 years since the Americans dropped the atomic bomb, and the children's parents want to forget the atrocities of war and to avoid embarrassing their prosperous Japanese-American relatives. But Clark, Kane's nephew from Hawaii, gently makes the family face their own history. In Japanese with English subtitles.
Clark RICHARD GERE. Kane SACHIKO MURASE.
Tadao HISASHI IGAWA , Machiko NARUMI
KAYASHIMA, Tami TOMOKO OHTAKARA ,
Shinjiro MITSUNORI ISAKI , Yoshie TOSHIE NEGISHI,
Noboru CHOICHIRO KAWARASAKI , Tateo HIDETAKA
YOSHIOKA, Minako MIE SUZUKI
Director by Akira Kurosawa (1990) * FILM REVIEWS pages 45-50

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Gere
Unknown: Clark Richard Gere.
Unknown: Kane Sachiko Murase.
Unknown: Tadao Hisashi Igawa
Unknown: Tami Tomoko Ohtakara
Unknown: Shinjiro Mitsunori Isaki
Unknown: Noboru Choichiro Kawarasaki
Unknown: Tateo Hidetaka
Unknown: Minako Mie Suzuki
Unknown: Akira Kurosawa








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