6.10 Care in the Community: a look at the first British health authorityto close its mental hospitals Rpt 6849807 6.35
Patterns in the Dust: dramatisation of a medical case from the sixties; Batteries Included: an insight into an electrically-powered car
Open Mind. The first of a short series exploring the psychology of the individual within society. This week two couples, one lesbian and the other gay, talk about the history, conflict and social network surrounding their relationships. WEB SITE: www.open.ac.uk/sunday/
Continuingthe series looking at some outstanding achievements in science and technology. Today's programme looks at the television. Repeat
A weekly questto find the greatest cartoon of all time. Presented by Paul Burnham.
Fantasy animation about Quasimodo and his friends, set in Paris in 1483.
The Sunday morning entertainment show, set in a wacky hotel. This week's guests include No Mercy and Dannii. There's a behind-the-scenes look at the filming of comedy drama Ballykissangel in Ireland, plus cartoon fun with The Mask, Pingu and Highlander. With Sarah Vandenbergh, Grant Stott and Paul Brophy.
Producer Ed Gray; Series producer Martyn Day
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Introduced by Sue Barker.
12.05pm Touring Cars
Highlights of races 17 and 18 in the championship at Snetterton. Switzerland's Alain Menu is aiming for his first major British touring car title, having dominated the season by winning ten of the first 14 races.
Commentary by Murray Walker and Charlie Cox.
1.05 Boys' Golf
A report on the amateur championship at Saunton, Devon.
Live coverage of the British 500cc Grand Prix at Donington Park. Honda rider Mick Doohan is looking to clinch his fourth consecutive 500cc world title; Britain's hope for victory is Jason Vincent , also riding Honda. Commentary by Barry Nutley.
2.30 Show Jumping
Action from the Hickstead Derby, one of the year's most prestigious show-jumping events.
Commentary by Stephen Hadley and Michael Tucker.
Live coverage of the final round in the women's British Open at Sunningdale. Alison Nicholas, who won the recent US Open, finished joint fourth last year, far behind American winner Emilee Klein. Commentary by Alex Hay, Mike Hughesdon, Hazel Irvine, Beverley Lewis and Mickey Walker.
News of the Prix du Haras de Fresnay-le Buffard Jacques le Marios, one of Europe's premier mile races. Commentary by Jim McGrath.
TV presentation (golf) Alastair Scott and John Shrewsbury : (showjumping) Wendy Sheppard
Stereo Videoplus code for 12.00-6.30
12.00-2.30 (not PDC) ........................
Profiles of extreme sportsmen. Hydrospeed. Using little protective gear, Mike Horn plunges down ravines, gorges and canyons. Canyoning. DaniloCogrossi rides freestyle on a bodyboard down an alpine waterfall. ProducerTony Rayner
Deadlock. Escaping from pursuing craft, Itoyagerenters-then stalls inside - a plasma cloud.
There Captain Janeway discovers a duplicate ship and crew. Stereo Subtitled ...................
Star Trek: the Next Generation, Wed at 6pm
Capt Kathryn Janeway:
The wait is over- exam results have arrived. Whetherthey decide to go through clearing, take up a university place, do resits ortake a year off, students are faced with a variety of options for the future. Jo Whiley presents a post-results survival guide that also includes tips on money, accommodation and making the most of university or college life. Director John A Parry; Producer Mary Fourt HELPLINE: call free on [number removed] (lines open until 9.30pmtonightand 10am-6pm throughout the week: CEEFAX: page
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Who Shall Overcome? In the United States todaythere are more than two million African-
American Muslims - double the numberjust a decade ago. The growth of orthodox Islam in the US could be the greatest black political movement there since the fight for civil rights in the sixties.
This final programme in the series shows how American Muslims are trying to clear their neighbourhoods of drugs and alcohol, and how many look to Islam to overcome the prejudice that has plagued black people since the days of slavery.
Producer Phil Rees ; Executive producer
The cult-movie season continues with this first of two films set in a future gone wrong, introduced byMark Cousins.
Science-fiction drama, starring Michael York
In the 23rd century, people live in a world with no disease, hunger orgreed. But nobody is allowed to live past 30 without going through a ritual called "renewal". Logan is a police officerwho chases and terminates "runners" attemptingto escape "renewal". Then he discovers the ritual is rigged to ensure nobody survives and, along with a beautiful woman, he becomes a "runner" too.
Showing in widescreen format.
Director Michael Anderson (1976. PG)
# See Films: pages 44-53 ***
Highlights of today's British 500cc Grand Prix from
Donington Park. Commentary by Barry Nutley and Steve Parrish.
ProducerKen Burton Stereo ....
Concluding tonight's sci-fi cult-movie double bill.
Science-fiction drama starring Oskar Werner, Julie Christie
In an unspecified country, in an indeterminate future, books are banned, readers persecuted and the function of firemen is to burn books. Montag, a fireman, has a bright future until he meets Clarisse, a teacher, who asks if he has ever read a book.
Showing in widescreen format. (1966)
See Films: pages 44-53 ***
Followed by Weatherview
2.00 Music Maestro Essentials: the first of four nightly programmes aiming to introduce viewers to a wide range of musical styles. LANGUAGES
4.00 Mexico Vivo land 2; Bon Mot
BUSINESS AND WORK
5.00 The Small Business Programme; Twenty Steps to Better
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6.00 Czech Education After the Revolution Rpt 6544055 6.25 Images of Disability Rpt Subtitled 1394352 6.50-7. 15am
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