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: Open University

Repeats are not indicated.
6.10 Orsanmichele -the development of the Italian church in Florence.
1222266 7.00 Statistical Sciences-how statistics connect ancient Roman artefacts and modern theories on the origins of the universe.

: The Napoleon Effect

Piedmont and Sicily. The second of three programmes about Europe's development after the Napoleonic Wars looks at how Italy's unification shaped life in two contrasting rural societies. RepeatlCEEFAX: page
WEB SITE: www.open.ac.uk/sunday

: Suenos World Spanish

The Spanish language series follows a top fashion designer as he takes part in a location shoot. (Repeat)

: Brum

Adventuresofalittlecarthat lives in a motor museum. Narrated by ToyahWillcox. Repeat

: Gadget Boy

Animated crime adventures. Gadget Boy battles Spydra for control of a porthole offering passage into the Netherworld. Repeat

: The Adventures of Shirley Holmes

Continuing the crime-solving drama. Shirley investigates why the school canteen assistant is stealing food.9623063

: Fully Booked

Guests include actor Matthew Marsden (Chris Collins in Coronation Street), who talks about his new singing career, and TV Presenter Gareth Jones. Music comes from boy band Five, Mancunian rap-rockers Audioweb and Karen Ramirez , while indie-pop band Space are interviewed on their current British tour.
Plus more Mission Interiors with designer John Amabile, the Real Review and animated adventures with Dennis the Menace and Popeye and Son.
Presented by Tim Vincent , Gail Porter and Chris Jarvis.

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Contributors

Presenter: Tim Vincent
Presenter: Gail Porter
Presenter: Chris Jarvis
Presenter (Mission Interiors): John Amabile
Guest: Matthew Marsden
Guest: Gareth Jones
Guests: Five
Guests: Audioweb
Guest: Karen Ramirez
Director: John Smith
Series Producer: Ed Gray

: Cricket: Second Test

Further live coverage from Lord's of the fourth day's play between England and South Africa. Commentaryfrom
Richie Benaud , David Gower , Tony Lewis ,
Barry Richards and Chris Broad................

Contributors

Unknown: Richie Benaud
Unknown: David Gower
Unknown: Tony Lewis
Unknown: Barry Richards

: Around Westminster

A review of the week's principal political events in the South East REGIONAL PROGRAMME

: Sunday Grandstand

Introduced by Sue Barker.
1.35,4.00 Cricket: Second Test Day four from Lord's between England and South Africa. New captain Alec Stewart will be hoping to build on the promising form shown by England in the drawn First Test.
3.40 Rowing From Randers in Belgium, action from the second round of the World Cup regatta. Hopes of a medal for Britain remain high with the team trailing leaders Germany byjust five points. Garry Herbert and Martin Cross provide commentary.
6.15Tennis A preview of the Wimbledon fortnight, which begins at the All England
Club tomorrow, featuring player profiles of contenders forthe men's and women's singles titles and an assessment of the Prospects for Greg Rusedski and Tim Henman. Coverage begins at 12 noon. TV presentation (cricket) Paul Davies
Videoplus code for 1.30-6.30
1.30-4.00(notPDC) .......................... 400─6.30(notPDC) ..........................

Contributors

Introduced By: Sue Barker.
Unknown: Alec Stewart
Unknown: Garry Herbert
Unknown: Greg Rusedski
Unknown: Tim Henman.
Unknown: Paul Davies

: The Money Programme

A special report into how the children of the Windrush generation have fared in the world of business, 50 years after the first wave of Caribbean migrants arrived in Britain.
Initially, many travellers filled the postwar labour shortages in manufacturing and the health service, but present-day entrepreneurs such as Islington tailor Charlie Allen - whose clothing designs sell alongside established fashion labels - are making major inroads into the mainstream business sector.
The programme also travels to Jamaica, and to America where black business is flourishing and companies are courted by big corporations. Reporter Kurt Barling. Presented by Maya Even.

(Windrush Season)

(Note: as The Money Programme is topical and likely to react to events in the news, its subject matter may change)

Contributors

Tailor: Charlie Allen
Reporter: Kurt Barling
Presenter: Maya Even
Editor: Diarmuid Jeffreys

: Fraudbusters

Series offering insights into the work of the Serious Fraud Office.
Nightmare on Elm Street. The early nineties were a wretched time forthe SFO. Financier Asil
Nadir, who escaped trial after beingcharged with the theft of millions of pounds from the Polly Peck company, recalls how he fled to Cyprus when he lost faith in the British judicial system.
Then the Maxwell brothers,
Ian and Kevin, were both acquitted after lengthytrial arising from their father Robert's misappropriation of company pension funds. But the office's fortunestook an upturn when it successfully prosecuted the Bank of Credit and Commerce
International in the biggest fraud case in recorded history.
Producer Mark Hedgecoe ; Series producer MarkKillick
BOOK: Fraudbusters is available from bookshops, priced £18.99

Contributors

Unknown: Polly Peck
Producer: Mark Hedgecoe

: What the Papers Say World Cup Specials

First of four weekly programmes looking at press coverage of the World Cup finals. This week Rob Shepherd of the Daily Express reports from the England team's training headquarters.
Producer John Moulson

Contributors

Producer: John Moulson

: Logan's Run

Science-fiction thriller starring Michael York
Jenny Agutter
Logan, a 23rd-century police officer, discovers that a brutal ritual to prevent people living past 30 is rigged. Widescreen.
Director Michael Anderson (1976, PG)
♦ See Films: pages 51-60

Contributors

Unknown: Michael York
Unknown: Jenny Agutter
Director: Michael Anderson
Logan: Michael York
Jessica: Jenny Agutter
Francis: Richard Jordan
Box: Roscoe Lee Browne
Holly: Farrah Fawcettmajors

: Video Nation Caribbean Shorts

Two more personal views from the Caribbean, showing as part ofthe Windrush season.
Producer Mandy Rose : Executive producer Bob Long

Contributors

Producer: Mandy Rose

: The Tribe

A dark and erotic film drama written and directed by Stephen Poliakoff and starring Joely Richardson, Anna Friel, Jeremy Northam, Trevor Eve
A property developer is drawn into the mystical lifestyle of a group of young house-dwellers. See today's choices.
Joely Richardson: People, pl2

Contributors

Writer/Director: Stephen Poliakoff
Producer: Anita Overland
Emily: Joely Richardson
Lizzie: Anna Friel
Jamie: Jeremy Northam
Kanahan: Trevor Eve
Megan: Laura Fraser
Adam: Jonathan Rhys-Myers
Lawrence: Sean Francis
Katrinna: Stephanie Buttle
Micky: George Costigan
Judith: Lynne Miller
Diana: Emma Amos
Colin: Rene Lawrence
Delario: Michael Feast
Forester: Julian Rhind-Tutt
Caroline: Kate Isitt
Dietrich: Rupert Penry-Jones

: Cricket: Second Test

Highlights from the fourth day's play between England and South Africa at Lord's

: Welcome Home

Drama starring
Kris Kristofferson
JoBeth Williams
Presumed dead in Vietnam, a US Air Force officer resurfaces in America and shatters his wife's carefully constructed new world.
Director Franklin J Schaffner (1989, 15)
♦ See Films: pages 51-60
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Unknown: Kris Kristofferson
Unknown: Jobeth Williams
Director: Franklin J Schaffner

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated. FURTHER EDUCATION
2.00 Communication at Work-improving interaction. WORLD CUP FRENCH
4.00 Get by in French (parti)
-travel and language guide. BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 Computers Don't Bite Business (part 4) OPEN UNIVERSITY
5.45 Bridging the Gap
6.10 Just like a Girl
6.35-7.00am Musical Prodigies? -youngtalent.
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