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: Open University

6.05 Television to Call Our Own Rpt 2657257
6.35 Managing in the Marketplace Rpt 9755677
7.00 This Little Flower Went to Market

: Open Sunday: Open Mind

David Goldblatt completes this look at psychology and society with a study of the Notting Hill Carnival. Once notorious for its crime and violence, this annual London event has, over the last few years, transformed itself into a peaceful party for over a a million revellers. How has this change come about? WEB SITE: [web address removed]


Presenter: David Goldblatt

: Medical Matters

The series on health issues filmed at Leeds General Infirmary features the work carried out in the lymphoma unit. With Claire Rayner.


Presenter: Claire Rayner

: Toonatics

A weekly quest to find the greatest cartoon of all time. Presented by Paul Burnham. Stereo ................


Presenter: Paul Burnham

: The Magical Adventures of Quasimodo

Fantasy animation set in 15th-century

: Fully Booked

This week's guests include actresses Gemma Bissix and Natalie Cassidy (Clare Tyler and Sonia Jackson in EastEnders).
Justin Pressland looks at pop memorabilia, the Good Nature spot features sharks, and Snapshot goes behind the scenes at the filming of Mr Wymi, a new children's comedy drama. Plus cartoon fun with The Mask, Pingu and Eek! the Cat. With Grant Stott, Paul Brophy and Sarah Vandenbergh.
Producer Ed Gray; Series producer Martyn Day
WRITE TO: Fully Booked, [address removed]. LUXURY LUGGAGE COMPETITION LINE: [number removed] (calls cost 25p: please ask permission before you phone: lines are open until midnight on Sunday). E-MAIL ADDRESS: [email address removed] WEB SITE: [web address removed] CEEFAX: page


Unknown: Gemma Bissix
Unknown: Natalie Cassidy
Unknown: Clare Tyler
Unknown: Sonia Jackson
Unknown: Justin Pressland
Unknown: Mr Wymi
Unknown: Grant Stott
Unknown: Paul Brophy
Unknown: Sarah Vandenbergh.

: Sunday Grandstand

Introduced by Sue Barker.
12.05 Motorcycling Highlights from Cadwell Park of races 17 and 18 in the British Superbike championship. Last year's champion, Niall Mackenzie, has been forced to battle all the way by Yamaha team-mate Chris Walker, while the performances of Kawaski-rider Terry Rymer have threatened to upset their dominance. Commentary by Barry Nutley.
12.35,3.30 Water-skiing Action from the Teesside Masters as the men's World Cup season reaches its conclusion with the slalom and jump disciplines. Andy Mapple, Britain's reigning world slalom champion, could face a strong challenge from American rivals Wayde Cox and Carl Roberge. Roberge is favoured to emerge victorious in the jump section, though Britain's Jason Seels, the European under-21 champion, will vie for the honours. Commentary by Hazel Irvine, Philippa Roberts and John Battleday.
1.00,4.00 Cricket Coverage from the Sunday League, which, with just three rounds remaining, is at a crucial stage. Essex and Warwickshire meet at Chelmsford, Lancashire and Yorkshire clash at Old Trafford, and Kent face Hampshire at Portsmouth. Commentary by Jonathan Agnew, Jack Bannister, Geoffrey Boycott and Dermot Reeve.
6.20 News Roundup
TV presentation (cricket) Mark Wilkin and (water-skiing) Chris Lewis Stereo
Videoplus code for 12.00-6.35
12.00-3.30(not PDC)
3.30-6.35(not PDC)


Introduced By: Sue Barker
Motorcyclist: Niall MacKenzie
Motorcyclist: Chris Walker
Motorcyclist: Terry Rymer
Commentary: Barry Nutley
Water-skier: Andy Mapple
Water-skier: Wayde Cox
Water-skier: Carl Roberge
Water-skier: Jason Seels
Commentary: Hazel Irvine
Commentary: Philippa Roberts
Commentary: John Battleday
Commentary: Jonathan Agnew
Commentary: Jack Bannister
Commentary: Geoffrey Boycott
Commentary: Dermot Reeve
TV Presentation (cricket): Mark Wilkin
TV Presentation (Water-skiing): Chris Lewis

: Singled Out

The American dating game show, hosted by Chris Hardwick and Jenny McCarthy. Stereo


Presenter: Chris Hardwick
Presenter: Jenny McCarthy

: Star Trek: Voyager

The Thaw. Voyager activates an automated message from members of the Kohl settlement who survived an environmental catastrophe by going into artificial hibernation.
Star Trek: the Next Generation, is on Wednesday at 6pm


Captain Kathryn Janeway: Kate Mulgrew
Chakotay: Robert Beltran
B'Elanna Torres: Roxann Biggs-Dawson
Kes: Jennifer Lien
Lt Tom Paris: Robert Duncan McNeill
The Doctor: Robert Picardo
Neelix: Ethan Phillips
Tuvok: Tim Russ
Harry Kim: Garrett Wang
Clown: Michael McKean
Viorsa: Thomas Kopache
Spectre: Carel Struycken

: Stephen Hawking's Universe

Seeing Is Believing
Professor Stephen Hawking begins a spectacular six-partjourney through cosmology by tracing the history of mankind's thinking from the Ancient Greeks through the work of Galileo, Newton, Einstein and Hubble.
Sophisticated computer graphics illustrate the evolution of the cosmos and the matter within it as never seen before.
See today's choices.
Series director Philip Martin : Series producer David Filkin
♦ See This Week: page 8


Unknown: Professor Stephen Hawking
Director: Philip Martin
Producer: David Filkin

: The Outer Limits: First Anniversary

Norman Glass thinks he's the luckiest man alive. His beautiful and talented wife loves him even though he is no superman. But. on their first anniversary, he starts to experience strange sensations when he touches, smells or tastes his wife.


Unknown: Norman Glass
Norman Glass: Matt Frewer
Ady Glass: Michelle Johnson
Barbara: Jayne Heitmeyer
Dennis: Clint Howard

: Bully: Something about a Uniform

In 1992 a platoon of 16-year-old army recruits were subjected to violence and sexual degradation at the hands of their training officers, two of whom were court-martialled and imprisoned.
Now the victims are suing the Ministry of Defence to gain compensation for their mental and physical damage. Ludovic Kennedy tells their story and that of the preparations for the legal action. Last in the series.
Advice line: phone free on [number removed]. Booklet: write to [address removed] enclosing a cheque for £2.50 made payable to BBC Education.


Presenter: Ludovic Kennedy
Producer: Julian Mercer

: Bullying - a Survival Guide

The Bully. The last programme of the series offers advice to bullies on how to stop causing misery. Stereo

: Reality Bites

Comedy drama starring Winona Ryder, Ethan Hawke
Lelaina graduates and gets a job for a rude talk-show host. When her flatmate offers sanctuary to the philosopher-poet Troy, Lelaina finds her views on the universe are unsettled. (1994,12)
See Films: pages 44-53


Director: Ben Stiller
Lelaina Pierce: Winona Ryder
Troy Dyer: Ethan Hawke
Vickie Miner: Janeane Garofalo
Sammy Gray: Steve Zahn
Michael Grates: Ben Stiller
Charlane McGregor: Swoosie Kurtz
Wes McGregor: Harry O'Reill
Helen Anne Pierce: Susan Norfleet
Tom Pierce: Joe Don Baker

: The Doors

' Musical biographyof rock legend Jim Morrison. starring Val Kilmer
Meg Ryan , Kyle MacLachlan California , 1965: 22-year-old
Jim Morrison spends his time on the beach writi ng poetry and taking drugs. He drops out of college with fellow student Ray Manzarek , and, with two other musicians, they form a band called the Doors. Showing in widescreen format.
Director Oliver Stone (1991, 18)
* See Films: pages 44-53
Followed by Weatherview


Unknown: Jim Morrison.
Unknown: Val Kilmer
Unknown: Meg Ryan
Unknown: Kyle MacLachlan California
Unknown: Jim Morrison
Unknown: Ray Manzarek
Director: Oliver Stone
Jim Morrison: Val Kilmer
Pamela Courson: Meg Ryan
Ray Manzarek: Kyle MacLachlan
John Densmore: Kevin Dillon
Robby Krieger: Frank Whaley
Cat: Billy Idol
Tom Baker: Michael Madsen
Engineer, last session: John Densmore

: The Learning Zone SUMMER NIGHTS

2.00 The Art of Craft Essentials
-explonngcrafts. LANGUAGES
4.00 The French Experience Know How (part 1) BUSINESS AND WORK
5.00 Business Matters The
Giving Business
DETAILS: call [number removed] (local rates)
6.00 The Academy of Waste? 4166807 6.25 Learning for All
Children First Rpt
6.50-7.15am Children and New
Technology Rpt

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