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: Open University

6.10 Eyewitness Memory (Rpt)

6.35 Dialogue in the Dark (Rpt) (Subtitled)

7.00 A Vulnerable Life

: Open Sunday

The Napoleon Effect: France and Italy
Concluding the series looking at Europe afterthe Napoleonic Wars. During the 19th century, the region around Lyon developed its own distinctive pattern of industry and commerce, from silkto banking and wine growing. INTERNET: http://www.open.ac.uk/sunday/

: Milestones in Science and Engineering

A series on outstanding achievements in science and technology. Today, radar.
Repeat

: Toonatics

8.30 New series A weekly quest to find the greatest cartoon of all time.
With Paul Burnham.

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Burnham.

: The Magical Adventures of Quasimodo

Fantasy animation

: Fully Booked

This week's guests include Blue Peter presenter Stuart Miles , Brookside actresses Sue Jenkins and Claire Sweeney. who play Jackie Corkhill and Lindsey Stanlow , and boy band 911. Plus the outdoor activity game Buried
Treasure, with Animal Hospital's Shauna Lowry , a look at the new movie Batman and Robin, and cartoons with Dennis the Menace, and Eek! the Cat. Presented by Sarah Vandenbergh and Grant Stott. Producer Ed Gray : Series producer Martyn Day
WRITE TO: Fully Booked, PO Box 1212, Glasgow
G12 8DB. LUXURY LUGGAGE COMPETITION LINE:
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Contributors

Presenter: Stuart Miles
Unknown: Sue Jenkins
Unknown: Claire Sweeney.
Unknown: Jackie Corkhill
Unknown: Lindsey Stanlow
Unknown: Shauna Lowry
Presented By: Sarah Vandenbergh
Presented By: Grant Stott.
Producer: Ed Gray
Producer: Martyn Day

: Glastonbury 97

John Peel and Jo Whiley with yesterday's highlights, including Radiohead, Ocean Colour Scene, and Cast.
Jayne Middlemiss and Jamie Theakston meet the bands. Music from Glastonbury continues at 12.05am. Stereo ......

Contributors

Unknown: John Peel
Unknown: Jo Whiley
Unknown: Jayne Middlemiss
Unknown: Jamie Theakston

: Around Westminster

Political events as they affect the South
East. Presented by Jon Sopel. StereoREGIONAL PROGRAMME

Contributors

Presented By: Jon Sopel.

: Sunday Grandstand

Introduced by Steve Rider.
1.35,2.10,4.25 Cricket Live Sunday
League action as Northamptonshire take on Gloucestershire at Luton. Northants skipper Rob Bailey hopes his experienced squad can improve on last season's league placing of sixth. Gloucestershire finished 16th last season but have improved this year, thanks partly to their Australian batsman Shaun Young. Commentary by Jack Bannister , Geoffrey Boycott , Simon Hughes and Dermot Reeve.
1.55, 3.45 Racing From the Curragh, featuring the 2pm race and, at 4pm
Ireland's richest race, the Irish Derby.
Benny the Dip and Silver Patriarch, winner and runner-up respectively in the Epsom Derby, are likely to renew their rivalry in the big race. Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan and Julian Wilson.
3.30,4.10 Motorcycling Action from races seven and eight in the British Superbike Championship, from Brands Hatch.
Reigning champion Niall Mackenzie has made an impressive start to his title defence, winning three of the first six races. Commentary by Barry Nutley. TV presentation (cricket) Mark Wilkin
1-30-3.45 (not PDC) ......................
3.45-6.30 (not PDC)

Contributors

Introduced By: Steve Rider.
Unknown: Rob Bailey
Unknown: Shaun Young.
Commentary By: Jack Bannister
Commentary By: Geoffrey Boycott
Commentary By: Simon Hughes
Commentary By: Dermot Reeve.
Commentary By: Peter O'Sullevan
Commentary By: Julian Wilson.
Unknown: Niall MacKenzie
Commentary By: Barry Nutley.
Unknown: Mark Wilkin

: The Hong Kong Handover

On the eve of the handover of Hong Kong to China, John Tusa reports live from the colony. Joy Shan-Lam gauges how her compatriots feel about the impending Chinese takeover, and Brian Hanrahan tours the government residence with departing governor Chris Patten. Plus a potted history of British involvement in Hong Kongand a preview of tomorrow's events. Executive producer Neil Eccles Editor
PhilipSGilbert Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: John Tusa
Unknown: Brian Hanrahan
Unknown: Chris Patten.
Producer: Neil Eccles Editor

: How to Be Chancellor

As Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown prepares to unveil his first budget, Michael Cockerell presents a guide to howto carry out one of the toughestjobs in government. The programme includes reminiscences from seven former chancellors, and archive film on the secrets and stories behind past budgets.
Producer Alison Cahn ; Editor Anne Tyerman

Contributors

Unknown: Gordon Brown
Unknown: Michael Cockerell
Producer: Alison Cahn
Editor: Anne Tyerman

: Breaking the News

Edward Stourton narrates the thirdepisode in the four-part series on television journalism. The Reckoning. TV news programmes themselves made the headlines in the eighties. America's news departments were embroiled in disputes over howto broadcast current affairs, and Margaret Thatcher criticised the BBC's handling of important events. Meanwhile, the Soviet
Union saw journalists producing programmes of great resonance. Executive producer Glynn Jones

Contributors

Unknown: Edward Stourton
Unknown: Margaret Thatcher

: The Works

The Lost Child
In this film, violinist Tasmin Little expounds hertheorythatthe English composer Frederick Delius had a passionate love affairwith a blackwoman called
Chloe in 1884. She believes their secret liaison produced an illegitimate child, and that after Delius's return to England the three were never reunited.
Little examines the effect that the relationship might have had on Delius's music, and scours Florida in search of the child's possible descendants. She also performs music by Delius. Director Michael Darlow ; Series editor
Michael Poole

Contributors

Violinist: Tasmin Little
Unknown: Frederick Delius
Director: Michael Darlow
Editor: Michael Poole

: United Kingdom!

Another look at the lives of people from all over Britain. Black Run. Tonight'sfilm follows a London-based skiing club consisting mostly of black people as they travel to the pistes of Cesana in Italy. (If One of Us Goes is on Tuesday at 9pm.)

: The Outer Limits

American science-fiction series.
Dark Matters. Pilot Paul Stein 's transport vessel becomes trapped in a black void with anothervessel which had vanished ten years before.

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Stein
Paul Stein: John Heard
Lydia Manning: Annette O'Toole
Rob Anderson: Michael Dolan
Erin Whitley: Allison Hossack

: Moviedrome: Exotica

Mark Cousins introduces another film in the cult movie series.
Film premiere. Atom Egoyan's exploration of the dark side of carnal desire.
Christina dances at the Exotica strip club where one-time boyfriend Eric is the DJ. The problems between them are increased by the nightly presence at the club of enigmatic tax inspector Francis, who is obsessed by Christina.
(1994, 18) Stereo
See Films: pages 52-59 ****
Mark Cousins 's pick of the season: page 50

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Cousins
Francis: Bruce Greenwood
Christina: Mia Kirshner
Eric: Euas Koteas
Thomas: Don McKellar
Zoe: Arsinee Khanjian
Inspector: David Hemblen

: Glastonbury 97

Jools Holland introduces highlights of the last day's music at the Glastonbury Festival, including performances by rock singer Steve Winwood , US pop chanteuse Sheryl Crow , retro-rockers Kula Shaker and pop orchestra the Divine Comedy. He talks to artists, friends and festival-goers about their experience of the event, and there are reports reflecting the diverse activities at Glastonbury.
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Introduces: Jools Holland
Singer: Steve Winwood
Unknown: Sheryl Crow
Unknown: Kula Shaker

: The Learning Zone

SUMMER NIGHTS
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