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: Open University

6.15 Pure Maths Conjugacy and Fixed Points 6591158 6.40 Maths Methods
Eigenvalues and Eigen-Vectors
7.05 The Promised Land
7.30 Diabetes: Restoringthe Balance
1950784 7.55 Seville The Edge of Empire 7378697 8.20 Pathfinding in the Brain A Fish and Bird's Eye View
8.45 Images of Education

: Rupert


: The Littlest Pet Shop

Animated pettales. Stereo ....

: X-Men

Cartoon adventures of a group of mutant heroes attemptingto protect the world,

: Fully Booked

The Sunday morning entertainment show today features the pop group Code Red and puppet presenter Otis the Aardvark. Including at 10.15 Bump in the Night
11.00 Pingu and 11.30 Buried Treasure - with Gladiator Cobra. Presented by Sarah Vandenbergh and Grant Stott.
Producer Ed Gray ; Series producer Liz Scott
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Presented By: Sarah Vandenbergh
Presented By: Grant Stott.
Producer: Ed Gray
Producer: Liz Scott

: Around Westminster

Political review forthe south east.
Presented by Jon Sopel. .... REGIONAL PROGRAMMES


Presented By: Jon Sopel.

: South of Westminster

Reports and analysis of the week's political events in the south.
Presented by Bruce Parker


Presented By: Bruce Parker

: Sunday Grandstand

Introduced by Sue Barker, from Queen's Club in London.

12.35pm: Euro 96
Reflections on yesterday's Group A match between England and Scotland. Plus the latest news from today's games between Russia and Germany in Group C and Croatia and Denmark in Group D.

1.00pm, 3.45pm: Athletics
Athletics from Birmingham on the final day of the AAA Championships. Coverage starts at 1.00pm with highlights of yesterday's finals. Live coverage of the 20 finals scheduled for today include the men's 800 metres at 4.10pm, women's 1,500 metres at 4.20, men's 1,500 metres at 4.30, and women's 200 metres at 5.00. Commentary by David Coleman, Paul Dickenson, Brendan Foster and Stuart Storey.

1.55pm: Tennis
Live coverage of the singles final in the tennis championships at London's Queen's Club. The match starts at 2.00pm.

5.45pm: Grand Prix
Live coverage of the Canadian Grand Prix from Montreal, start time at 6.00pm. Highlights can be seen at 12.35am.

Subsequent programmes may be disrupted due to live sports.


Presenter: Sue Barker
Commentator: David Coleman
Commentator: Paul Dickenson
Commentator: Brendan Foster
Commentator: Stuart Storey
TV Presentation (Athletics): Keith MacKenzie

: The Ring within the Rings

A documentary recounting the history of Olympic boxing, featuring archive footage of, and interviews with, many of the sport's greatest champions who began their rise to fame at the Games. Presented by Desmond Lynam.
The story starts with Cassius Clay, later known as Muhammad Ali, and the gold he won at the 1960 Games in Rome. Archive footage charts his rise to Olympic glory. Clay's lead was followed by two men whom he later faced in legendary contests for the world heavyweight crown - Joe Frazier and George Foreman.
Among the other contributors are Floyd Patterson; Sugar Ray Leonard; Teofilio Stevenson, who won three successive golds from 1972 to 1980; Laszlo Papp; and Britain's three post-war Olympic champions - Dick McTaggart, Terry Spinks and Chris Finnegan. All relate their stories of what it felt like to triumph.


Presenter: Desmond Lynam.
Unknown: Muhammad Ali
Unknown: Joe Frazier
Unknown: George Foreman
Unknown: Floyd Patterson
Unknown: Ray Leonard
Unknown: Teofilio Stevenson
Unknown: Laszlo Papp
Unknown: Dick McTaggart
Unknown: Terry Spinks
Unknown: Chris Finnegan
Producer: John Graham
Editor: Philip Bernie

: Top Gear Take Two

Presenter Tony Mason visits Smallfield in Surrey to report on some of Britain's most exciting and dangerous examples of banger racing.
DirectorJon Bentley Stereo Subtitled .


Presenter: Tony Mason

: Friday Night Armistice

The return of the topical and satirical comedy show. A cloth puppet caricature of Labourleader Tony Blair joins regulars Armando lannucci, Peter Baynham and David Schneider.
ShownonFriday Stereo


Unknown: Labourleader Tony Blair
Unknown: Peter Baynham
Unknown: David Schneider.

: Fantasy Football League European Championship Specials

To accompany Euro 96, the first of a three-part European version of Fantasy Football League. Tonight's celebrity managers are Lorraine Kelly, representing Scotland, and former Liverpool striker Michael Robinson, appearing for Spain after establishing a TV career there. With David Baddiel Frank Skinner and Statto.
Shown on Friday


Unknown: Lorraine Kelly
Unknown: Michael Robinson
Unknown: David Baddiel
Unknown: Frank Skinner

: The Indian Runner

The Mavericks season of American films with a true spirit of independence continues with this drama, marking the directorial debut of actor Sean Penn.
Starring David Morse Viggo Mortensen
Nebraska, 1968: small-town sheriff Joe Roberts is a hard-working family man, once inseparable from his hell-raising brother Frank, an enlisted soldier. Now Frank is home from the Vietnam war, a troubled man with a prison record and a young girlfriend in tow. To Joe, the reunion is a celebration and a chance forthe brothers to get to know each other again. But Frank's refusal to take responsibility for his life threatens to separate the brothers for good.
(1991.15) ♦See Films: pages 57-64


Unknown: Sean Penn.
Unknown: David Morse
Unknown: Joe Roberts
Joe Roberts: David Morse
Frank Roberts: Viggo Mortensen
Maria Roberts: Valeria Golino
Dorothy: Patricia Arquette
Father: Charles Bronson
Mother: Sandy Dennis
Caesar: Dennis Hopper
Randall: Jordan Rhodes
Raffael: Enzo Rossi
Mr Baker: Harry Crews
Mrs Baker: Eileen Ryan
Joe, aged 12: Trevor Endicott
Frank, aged 7: Brandon Fleck
Lady at carwash: Kathy Jensen
Deputy: Jim Devney
Clyde: Thomas Blair Levin
Lucy: V Stacy Klein
Miguel: Benicio Deltoro
Indian runner: Kenny Stabler
Young Indian runner: Don Shanks
Larry: Larry Hoefling

: Grand Prix

Highlights of the Canadian Grand Prix from Montreal - the eighth race of the season. Commentary by Murray Walker , Jonathan Palmer and Tony Jardine. Producer Mark Wilkin ; Executive producer
Jim Reside Repeated tomorrow at 1. 15pm
Followed byWeatherview


Commentary By: Murray Walker
Commentary By: Jonathan Palmer
Commentary By: Tony Jardine.
Producer: Mark Wilkin

: The Learning Zone

Information Line: (0181) 746 1111.
FETV Short Cuts
2.00 Ageing - issues and concerns about growing old.
4.00 Teaching Languages - ways of teaching languages to adults more effectively.
Business and Work
5.00 Walk the Talk- Confidence a la
Carte - how unemployed young people obtain practical training and expertise through a community project.
Rpt Stereo 1485494 5.25 Job Bank Chef 8407388 5.35 Walk the Talk
Seconding the Best - the role of a project manager in building scattered team and the benefits of working temporarily in other
Open University
6.00 The Structure of Solids
6490475 6.25 Powers of the President
Constitution and Congress - what are the constraints on presidential power in the US? Rpt

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