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Applying Matrices 3211248 7.05 Hamlet - a Workshop 4076064 7.30 New Formulae for Food 1287880 7.55
Ndebele- Women and Art 7605793 8.20 First Steps to Autonomy 6089557 8.45 The Jewish Enigma
Animated tales about some ingenious pets.
Second of a two-part story featuring the cartoon adventures of a group of super-powered mutant heroes.
Entertainment, today featuring television chef Ainsley Harriott and bands Let Loose and Upside Down. Plus, British heptathlete Denise Lewis has details of a chance to win a trip to the Atlanta Olympics. Including at 10.15 Bump in the Night
11.00 Pingu and 11.30 Buried Treasure - in the outdoor adventure game
Casualty actress Sue Devaney visits the Scottish Highlands. Presented by Sarah Vandenbergh and Grant Stott.
Producer Claire Mundell ; Series producer Liz Scott
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Reports and analysis of the week's political events in the south.
Presented by Bruce Parker
This week's political review comes from the European Parliament in Brussels.
Presented by Jon Sopel. .... REGIONAL PROGRAMMES
Introduced by Sue Barker.
12.30,1.35,4.00 Cricket: First Test Action from Edgbaston on the fourth day of play between England and India. England will be keen to start the series with a victory aftertheirdefeat in South Africa last winter. Commentary by Richie Benaud , Geoffrey Boycott , David Gower and Tony Lewis.
1.05 Golf A report on the Amateur
Championship from Turnberry, in which nearly 300 players from 21 countries competed over 36 holes of strokeplay hopingto become one ofthe 64 qualifiers fbrthe matchplay stages. With Steve Rider.
1.20 Rugby League Highlights ofthe second of three games in the Australian
State of Origin match between New South Wales and Queensland in Sydney.
3.40 Racing Coverage of the French Oaks from Chantilly, won last year by Carling. Commentary by Jim McGrath.
6.00 Tennis The men's singles final in the French Open from Paris. Austria's Thomas Muster won his the title here last year.
Commentary by John Barrett and Mark Cox.
Plus news on Euro 96, with Spain and Bulgaria in action at Elland Road in Group B, and Germany against the Czech Republic at Old Trafford in Group C.
Tonight's special edition comes from Lacock in Wiltshire. Henry Sandon strolls around the medieval streets and abbey of this National Trust village, setting for some of last year's drama
Pride and Prejudice, and listens to the memories of locals. The music includes
My Song Is Love Unknown, sung by former Radio 2 Choirgirl of the Year
Victoria McLaughlin , BacU'sAve Maria, and hymns chosen from past editions. Producer Garry Boon ; Editor Helen Alexander
Rptd tomorrow, 8.30am Stereo
Clive Mantle, Casualty's Mike Barratt, introduces an evening of programmes celebrating television doctors, with a line-up of medical dramas from past and present. See today's choices.
8.05 Dr Kildare
Starring Richard Chamberlain , Dr Kildare was the first popular medical drama on American television. Set in Blair General, a typical city hospital, it charted the rise of its central character from his shaky beginnings as a naive intern to his position as hospital doctor. Tonight's classic episode is from 1965.
A Life for a Life. Dr Kildare finds himself having to save the life of truculent burns consultant Dr Maxwell Becker (played by guest star James Mason).
Another chance to see one of the most memorable episodes of this medical drama.
Cat in Hell. Holby City's accident and emergency department race to the scene of a major train accident.
Episode written by Ginnie Hole
Producer Michael Ferguson ; Director Charles Beeson
9.30 Playing Doctor
A documentary in which a host of stars, writers and medical consultants reflect on the genesis and the history of medical drama. Narrated by actor Neil Pearson. Director/Producer Peter Lydon
Colour and B/W
The crises, love affairs and humour of the surgical team saving lives of American soldiers in the Korean War caught the imagination of viewers worldwide when the series began in 1972. This episode is set entirely in the operating room.
O.R. Hawkeye (Alan Alda) continues to flirt with the nurses, but Hotlips (Loretta Swit) fails as ever to fall for his charms. Her relationship with the uptight Frank (Larry Linville) remains the source of much ribaldry. Rpt
11.00 In Stitches
A look at some of the hilarious doctor/patient encounters created by Britain's top comedians.
Producer Janet Lee Subtitled.....
11.30 Dr Finlay's Casebook
First aired in 1962, millions of viewers tuned in to watch Dr Finlay and Dr Cameron as they dealt with a variety of medical mysteries and social crises. Tonight's episode is from 1970.
Comin' thro' the Rye. Dr Finlay can't quite see the funny side of the hallucinogenic experiences affecting the inhabitants of Tannochbrae.
Episode written by Anthony Steven
Producer John Henderson: Director Eric Hills
The Docs on the Box evening ends with a showing of this comedy horror starring
Michael Gough , Robin Askwith
Rock singer Jason Jones is persuaded to take a relaxing break at Dr Storm's health hotel. On the journey he meets Judy Peters , whose long-lost aunt is Dr Storm's assistant. They discoverthat the hotel is not all that it seems.
DrStorm MICHAEL GOUGH. Jason Jones ROBIN ASKWITH.
Judy Peters VANESSA SHAW. Aunt Harris ELLEN POLLOCK. Frederick SKIP MARTIN Director Antony Balch (1973, 18)
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FETV Short Cuts
2.00 Issues in Economics
4.00 Discovering Portuguese 5 and 6; Bon Mot 3
Business and Work
5.00WalktheTalk B Elliott Expects Rpt Stereo 31316 5.30 Winning- with Teamwork
6.00 Dynamic Analysis - the action of a piston. Rpt 6654671 6.25 The Politics of Equal Opportunity