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: Open University

5.40 Care in the Community: a look at the first British health authority to close all its mental hospitals Rpt 7148300 6.05 Your Place or Mine?: how places hold different meanings for different people
2319045 6.35 Poetry and Landscape: the social and political significance of 18th-century landscape paintings and poetry Rpt Subtitled 9344565 7.00 Errors Aren 't for Ever: why CDs are free of unwanted noise

: Open Sunday

America at the End of the 20th Century Former presidents Gerald Ford and the late Richard Nixon talk about the foreign-policy decisions they made during theirterms of office, dealing with the war in Vietnam and summit meetings with Soviet leaders. Last in the series..
WEB SITE: vvww.open.ac.uk/sunday/

Contributors

Unknown: Gerald Ford
Unknown: Richard Nixon

: Milestones in Science and Engineering

Continuing the series looking at some outstanding achievements in science and technology. Today's programme charts the development of the computer.
Repeat Stereo ....

: Toonatics

8.30A weekly questto find the greatest cartoon of all time. Presented by PaulBurnham. Stereo ....

: The Magical Adventures of Quasimodo

Fantasy animation about Quasimodo and hisfriends, set in Paris in 1483.

: Fully Booked

The Sunday morning entertainment show, set in a wacky hotel. This week interior designer Anne McKevitt , who features in the decorating series Home Front, launches the search forthe Junior
Decorator of the Year. Guests include presenter Chris Jarvis and Australian band Human Nature, who will be singing their latest single. There's comedy with Father Barry Kissangel and Les Vegas, and cartoon fun with The Mask, Pingu and Highlander. Presented by Sarah Vandenbergh , Grant Stott. Paul Brophy and Julie Westwood.
Producer Diane Maclean ; Series producer Martyn Day WRITE TO: Fully Booked, PO Box 1212, Glasgow
G128DB. LUXURY LUGGAGE COMPETITION LINE: [number removed] (calls cost 25p: please ask permission before you phone; lines are open until midnight on Sunday). E-MAILADDRESS:fbooked@scot.bbc.co.uk WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/scotland/fb CEEFAX: page

Contributors

Designer: Anne McKevitt
Presenter: Chris Jarvis
Unknown: Father Barry Kissangel
Presented By: Sarah Vandenbergh
Presented By: Grant Stott.
Presented By: Paul Brophy
Presented By: Julie Westwood.
Producer: Diane MacLean
Producer: Martyn Day

: Sunday Grandstand

Introduced by Sue Barker.
12.00,1.35,4.00 Cricket: Fifth Test Further action between England and Australia from Trent Bridge. England will be hoping to avoid the last positive result between the sides at Nottingham - an innings and 180-runs defeat in 1989. Current Australia skipper Mark Taylor dominated the game - scoring 219 as he and Geoff Marsh put on 329 forthe first wicket. The match was also notable for the Test debut of present England skipper Mike Atherton. Commentary by Richie Benaud , Geoffrey Boycott , David Gower , Tony Lewis and Ian Chappell.
1.05 Yachting The first regatta in the Ultra 30s series, won last year by Laurie Smith. Smith defeated Russell Peters into second place with Eddie Warden-Owen taking third place overall. Commentary by Malcolm McKeag and Helen Rollason.
3.40 Under-19s Cricket England's side take on their Zimbabwean counterparts in theFirstTestatEdgbaston.
Videoplus code for 12.00-6.30
12.00-3.40(notPDC) ....
3.40-6.30(notPDC) ....

Contributors

Introduced By: Sue Barker.
Unknown: Mark Taylor
Unknown: Geoff Marsh
Unknown: Mike Atherton.
Commentary By: Richie Benaud
Commentary By: Geoffrey Boycott
Commentary By: David Gower
Commentary By: Tony Lewis
Commentary By: Ian Chappell.
Unknown: Laurie Smith.
Unknown: Russell Peters
Unknown: Eddie Warden-Owen
Commentary By: Malcolm McKeag
Commentary By: Helen Rollason.

: Songs of Praise

Harry Secombe chooses international highlights from special places of pilgrimage, including Lourdes, Rome,
Vatican City and the Holy Land. Hymns include AmazingGrace,
We Have a Gospel to Proclaim, 0 Worship the King and All Hail the Power of Jesus 's Name.
Producer R Medwyn Hughes; Editor
HelenAlexander Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Harry Secombe

: Planet Islam

The second of three programmes examiningthe world's fastest growing religion. The Empire Strikes Back. The collapse of the Soviet Union has left the Russians fightingan enemy within: the Muslims of central Asia. Islamic guerrillas want to expel Russian soldiers fromTajikstan, but that country's government relies on Moscow to maintain its grip on power.
Producer Tim Pritchard ; Executive producer George Carey Stereo Subtitied.903687

Contributors

Producer: Tim Pritchard
Producer: George Carey

: National Eisteddfod of Wales - Meirion 97

Political correspondent Huw Edwards provides a personal view of this year's events at
Bala, north Wales. Raised near Llanelli, Edwards has regularly attended Eisteddfodau since childhood; his fatherwas an Eisteddfod historian and member of the Gorsedd of Bards. This programme outlines both the social and cultural aspects of the festival, and features events such as the chairing and crowning ceremonies. Producer Aled Evans : Executive producer
Geraint Evans

Contributors

Unknown: Huw Edwards
Producer: Aled Evans
Producer: Geraint Evans

: Summer Dance

Showcasi ng a variety of dance from the U K and abroad.
Carmen
Mats Ek choreographed this version forthe Swedish Cullberg Ballet with Ana Laguna dancing the principal role, and Yvan Auzely and Marc Hwang as her rival lovers. Thiscolourful,
Emmy Award-winning televison version of the ballet is danced to an arrangement of Bizet's opera music by the Russian composer RodionShchedrin.
DirectorGunillaWallin Stereo .. The Wrecker's Ball is on Friday at 7.30pm.

Contributors

Unknown: Mats Ek
Unknown: Ana Laguna
Unknown: Yvan Auzely
Unknown: Marc Hwang

: The Outer Limits

Straight and Narrow. Problem teenager Rusty is sent to the Milgram Academy by his mother. The school has produced some of the nation's leading businessmen and politicians, but its impressive record conceals a disturbing secret. Stereo

Contributors

Rusty Dobson: Ryan Phillippe
Principal Kern: Peter Donat
Charlie Walters: Jonathan Scarfe
Dr Werner: Tom Butler
Harrison Taylor: Kavan Smith
Marianne Dobson: Jane McDougall

: Moviedrome: Spanking the Monkey

The cult-movie season continues with an offbeat drama, introduced by Mark Cousins.
Film premiere
When medical student Raymond goes home for a few days' holiday, his tyrannical father tells him he has to forgo a prestigious internship to look after his mother, who has broken her leg in a failed suicide attempt. Raymond and his sultry mother Susan soon become unusually close.
Director David O Russell (1994, 18)
See Films: pages 48-55

Contributors

Presenter (Moviedrome): Mark Cousins.
Director: David O Russell
Raymond Aibelli: Jeremy Davies
Susan Aibelli: Alberta Watson
Tom Aibelli: Benjamin Hendrickson
Toni Peck: Carla Gallo
Nicky: Matthew Puckett
Curtis: Zack Orth
Joel: Josh Weinstein
Don: Judah Domke
Dr Wilson: Nancy Fields
Aunt Helen: Judette Jones
Waiter Hooten: Neil Connie Wallace
Fran Gibson: Lleana Stratton
Dr Marcus: Jim Marcus
Dr Peck: Richard Husson
Bus woman: Elizabeth Newitt

: Golf

Highlights of the final day's action in the Walker Cup, as amateur golfers from America take on their counterparts from Great Britain and Ireland. With commentary by Peter Alliss.

Contributors

Commentary By: Peter Alliss.

: Cricket: Fifth Test

Richie Benaud introduces highlights of the day's play.
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Introduces: Richie Benaud

: The Learning Zone SUMMER NIGHTS

2.00 Sporting Chance Essentials: the first of four nightly programmes aimed at getting viewers to take up a new activity LANGUAGES
4.00 EspanaVivaland2;
Spanish Globo land 2 BUSINESS AND WORK
5.00 The Small Business
Programme; Twenty Steps to
Better Management―the Drama
DETAILS: call [number removed](local rates) OPEN UNIVERSITY
6.00 Open Advice Science Skills 4946071 6.25 News Stories
5291968 6.50-7.15am Children and New Technology
LEARNING ZONE GUIDE: (0181) 746








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