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: Open University

6.15 Pure Maths Blancmanges and Snowflakes 2483408 6.40 Maths Models
Central Forces and Conservation Laws
9843327 7.05 "The Tempest", Act IV
7327137 7.30 Cell Biology Shaping Up 9121972 7.55 Hardwick Hall Power and Architecture 2380408 8.20 Missing the Meaning? Autism
8.45 Deaf-Blind Education in Russia -the educational work of revolutionary Soviet psychologists.

: The Littlest Pet Shop

9. 10 Two more pet tales. Squeak has problems when his brother arrives. Chloe and Chet fight for the position of treehouse president. ....

: Fully Booked

Patrick Robinson , presenter of Back to the Wild, which ended its BBC1 run last week, joins Tim Vincent and Katy Hill from
Blue Peter , plus pop stars Bizarre Inc and Peter Andre as this morning's guests. Including the adventure game Buried Treasure at
10.30, featuring Howie Watkins from The Really Wild Show. Plus cartoons X-Men, Potsworth and Co and Pingu. Hosted by Sarah Vandenbergh and Grant Stott. Producer Ed Gray : Series producer Liz Scott
WRITE TO: FullyBooked, PO Box 1212. GlasgowG12 8DB. Call the celebrity line on [number removed] (calls cost a maximum of lOp). Lines open until 8.00am on Monday. E-mail address: fbooked@scot.bbc.co.uk

Contributors

Unknown: Patrick Robinson
Unknown: Tim Vincent
Unknown: Katy Hill
Unknown: Blue Peter
Unknown: Peter Andre
Unknown: Howie Watkins
Unknown: Sarah Vandenbergh
Unknown: Grant Stott.
Producer: Ed Gray
Producer: Liz Scott

: Sunday Grandstand

Introduced by Sue Barker.
12.05 Athletics Highlights of yesterday's IAAF Grand Prix final from Milan. Kenyan distance runner Moses Kiptanui and Mozambique's middle-distance star Maria Mutola were last year's overall winners. Commentary from David Coleman, Paul Dickenson and Stuart Storey.
12.35 Grand Prix Monza is the famous setting for today's live coverage of the
Italian Grand Prix. Damon Hill and Jacques Villeneuve have already secured the constructors'title for the Williams-Renault team and are now battling for the individual title. Hill leads the championship by 13 points with three races remaining. While a win for the Briton here would be his third on this circuit, the famously fanatical Ferrari supporters-the tifosi- have had only one home win to cheer in 15 years.
Commentary by Tony Jardine, Jonathan Palmer and Murray Walker. Highlights can be seen tonight at 8.15pm.
2.50 Three-Day Event Coverage of the Burghley Horse Trials. Tina Gifford, a member of the British team that won the world championship, was leading last year before losing in the show-jumping stage to eventual winner Andrew Nicholson.
Commentary comes from Lorna Clarke, Lucinda Green and Michael Tucker.
4.25 Racing From the Curragh, featuring top Irish and British two-year-old fillies in a race won last year by Priory Belle.
4.40 News Roundup
Producer Martin Hopkins : Editor Dave Gordon
Stereo Videoplus code for 12.00―4.55pm . Videoplus code for 12.00-2.50 (not PDC) ..
2.50-4.55 (not PDC)

Contributors

Introduced By: Sue Barker.
Unknown: Moses Kiptanui
Unknown: Maria Mutola
Unknown: David Coleman
Unknown: Paul Dickenson
Unknown: Stuart Storey.
Unknown: Damon Hill
Unknown: Jacques Villeneuve
Commentary By: Tony Jardine
Commentary By: Jonathan Palmer
Commentary By: Murray Walker
Unknown: Tina Gifford
Unknown: Andrew Nicholson.
Unknown: Lorna Clarke
Unknown: Lucinda Green
Unknown: Michael Tucker.
Unknown: Priory Belle
Producer: Martin Hopkins
Editor: Dave Gordon
Editor: Stereo Videoplus

: Rugby Special

Rugby union's professional era is ushered in with a clash between new-look Leicester and fierce rivals Bath. who won the double of league and cup last season. Plus highlights of othergames in League One, including the Wasps' first match at Queens Park Rangers' Loftus Road ground.
Editor Gerard Lane Stereo ......................

Contributors

Editor: Gerard Lane Stereo

: Gerald Durrell: the Man Who Built the Ark

Many people dream of savingthe lives of animals but Gerald Durrell , the writer, zoologist and conservationist who died last year, turned his cherished wish into reality. His lifelong enthusiasm for all manner of wildlife resulted in a flood of best-selling books, TV programmes and, most importantly, the Jersey
Wildlife Preservation Trust, a zoo that specialises in breeding rare species andreturningthemtothewild.
This profile, narrated by Julian Pettifer , recalls Durrell's childhood in Corfu and his animal-collecting expeditions. It also travels to Mauritius, Brazil and Jamaica to look at the work carried out by people who were trained by Durrell in the skills of conservation. Producer Joanna Sarsby ; Executive producer
Paul Appleby Repeat Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Gerald Durrell
Unknown: Julian Pettifer
Producer: Joanna Sarsby
Producer: Paul Appleby

: Rough Guide to the World

South Africa - the Rainbow Nation
Since the lifting of apartheid regulations and the election of the first majority government, South Africa, with the coastal attractions of Cape Town and Durban, has become a top tourist destination.
During her stay in the capital,
Magenta DeVine meets a black Briton who claims the country offers a host of working opportunities for young professionals, while Simon O'Brien discovers why members of the white community are leaving.
In Durban, a romance is healing'old wounds across the ANC-lnkatha
Freedom Party divide, O'Brien watches surfers defy deadly sharks, and DeVine meets some party people.
Producer Mike Wadding ; Series producer
Bridget Boseley

Contributors

Unknown: Magenta Devine
Unknown: Simon O'Brien
Producer: Mike Wadding
Producer: Bridget Boseley

: Safe with Us

Second of three reports examining the most turbulent period in the history of the National Health Service.
A Political Operation. Doctors and politicians tell presenter Niall Dickson the inside story of how the Government, led by Margaret Thatcher , reshaped the NHS in its own image and bulldozed through controversial reforms.
By 1990, the Government's advisers believed that pushing through the radical alterations in advance of the nextgeneral election would be a policy doomed to failure, giving Labour an ideal opportunityto strengthen its own position. Former health secretary Kenneth Clarke recalls the furious opposition from the medical profession and the tactics employed to quell it. Series producer Stewart Lansley ; Editor
MarkWakefield Subtitled .....................
+ See Dr Mark Porter : page 32

Contributors

Presenter: Niall Dickson
Unknown: Margaret Thatcher
Unknown: Kenneth Clarke
Producer: Stewart Lansley
Unknown: Dr Mark Porter

: Grand Prix

Highlights of today's Italian Grand Prix. Commentary from Tony Jardine,
Jonathan Palmer and Murray Walker.
Repeated tomorrow at 9am

Contributors

Commentator: Tony Jardine
Commentator: Jonathan Palmer
Commentator: Murray Walker

: Need for Speed

Butterfly, Silverfox and Steve the Greek are three of Manhattan's 3,000 fast and fearless bicycle messengers. They are the business executive's best friend and the driver's deadly enemy as they dodge traffic and jump the lights to deliver documents and parcels.
Cameras strapped to their bikes record their dizzy and dangerous routes through a city where speed is paramount.

: Bend of the River

The Way Out West season of classic westerns continues with this drama starring
James Stewart
A horse thief, grateful to be saved from a lynching, joins a wagon train of farmers on the perilous journey to Oregon.
Director Anthony Mann (1952) Subtitled.. ♦ See Films: pages 52-59 ****

Contributors

Unknown: James Stewart
Director: Anthony Mann
Glyn McLyntock: James Stewart
Cole Garett: Arthur Kennedy
Trey Wilson: Rock Hudson
Laura Balle: Julia Adams
Marjie: Lori Nelson
Jeremy Baile: Jay Cflippen
Adam: Stepin Fetchit
Shorty: Henry Morgan
Cap'nMello: Chubby Johnson
Tom Hendricks: Howard Petrie
Mrs Prentiss: Frances Bavier

: Love in the Strangest Way

Opening the Movienet season of contemporary cinema is this thriller starri ng Thierry Lhermitte
Just as his wife and son go away on holiday, businessman Julien Bernier runs into a young woman who is clearly attracted to him. But a single date turns into a nightmare. In French with English subtitles. In widescreen format.
Director Christopher Frank (1994, 15)..... * See Films: pages 52-59 **
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Unknown: Thierry Lhermitte
Unknown: Julien Bernier
Director: Christopher Frank
Julien Bernier: Thierry Lhermitte
Anne Bernier: Maruschka Detmers
Angela Galli: Nadia Fares
Charles: Johann Martel
Vienne: Umberto Orsini
Jim: Vincent Planchais
Darrès: Patrick Timsit
Doumène: Bernard Freyd

: The Learning Zone

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