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: Open University

6.05 Housing-Business as Usual
1779820 6.35 Gender Matters
7.00 Informer, Eduquer. Divertir?
7.25 Cyberart- in Conversation
7.30 Personal Passions

: The Business Cafe

A look at the management of innovation.
With Winifred Robinson. ..................
BROCHURE HOTLINE: [number removed]. Ceefax: p627; website: www.open.ac.uk/businesscafe

Contributors

Unknown: Winifred Robinson.

: The French Experience: A Toute Vitesse

Travelling by public transport. (Repeat)

: Little Mouse on the Prairie

Animated double bill. Repeat

: Alvin and the Chipmunks

Cartoon.
Agirl named Juliet keeps Theodore quiet. Repeat

: The Wayne Manifesto

Wayne is accused of cheating....................

: The Wild House

Gavin'smumcomes toteaandWart brings along some guests. Shown last Wednesday, BBCl Subtitled.

: No Sweat

The band uncover some weird secrets at a glam-rock revival show. Written by Dean Wilkinson
Repeat Subtitled ............................

Contributors

Written By: Dean Wilkinson

: Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show

Cartoon. Repeat .........................
Then Rewind 1918: Peace! A 12-year-old paperboy helped break news ofthe end of the First World War. Repeat

: Sub Zero

L&K Friday hosts Liz Fraser and Steve Wilson are the guests on the interactive game show. With Robin Banks and Jemma James
TO TAKE PART: ring [number removed] (calls cost 30p) Ceefax: p521: website: [web address removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Liz Fraser
Unknown: Steve Wilson
Unknown: Robin Banks
Unknown: Jemma James

: G Force

First in a three-part comedy-drama compiled from a series shown in Fully Booked. Surprises are in store on the opening day ofthejob agency.
Written by Paul Brophy Revised repeat .
Then Rewind 1919: Women's Rights
Nancy Astor is the first woman to take her seat as a British MP. Repeat Subtitled

Contributors

Written By: Paul Brophy
Unknown: Nancy Astor

: The O Zone

This edition ofthe pop magazine features B*Witched. Kele le Roc and Moloko.
Shown last Tuesday Subtitled ...........

: The Simpsons: Bart's Inner Child

A therapist cites Bart as a model of a balanced human being.
Another edition is tomorrow at 6.15pm.
(Repeat)
(Subtitled)

: Robot Wars: the Grudge Matches

Former contestants return with their home-made robots.
Shown last Friday

: Around Westminster

Aweekly review of the principal political events in the south east..................
REGIONAL PROGRAMME

: Sunday Grandstand

Introduced by Sue Barker.
1.35 Ski Sunday Hazel Irvine introduces the final World Cup event, the men's giant slalom, in the Sierra Nevada, Spain.
Commentary by Julian Tutt , Matt Chilton.
2.20 Rugby League Bradford v Warrington Live coverage (kickoff 2.30pm) from the Odsal Stadium of this quarter-final
Challenge Cup match. The commentators are Jon Champion and Joe Lydon.
4.15 Rugby Union Extensive Premiership One highlights from Franklin's Gardens of Northampton v Leicester. With commentary by Nigel Starmer-Smith .
4.45 Rugby League Draw The draw for the semi-finals of the Challenge Cup.
TV presentation (skiing) Paul Davies. Jonny Bramley Editor Michael Cole Digital widescreen.

Contributors

Introduced By: Sue Barker.
Commentary By: Julian Tutt
Commentary By: Matt Chilton.
Commentary By: Joe Lydon.
Commentary By: Nigel Starmer-Smith
Unknown: Paul Davies.

: The Animal Zone

Chris Packham hosts this week's edition from Isla de la
Plata, off the coast of Ecuador.
Director Martyn Suken Series editor Sara Ford WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/animalzone
5.00* Watch Out Britain Using senses while exploring wildlife.
Series producerMike Beynon ..
5.15* Chimpanzee Diary
Charlotte Uhlenbroek concludes her study of the chimps of Gombe National Park in Tanzania.
Series producer Robin Hellier ..
5.35* The Natural World
Islands of the Vampire Birds
The Galapagos islands are full of strange wildlife but none are as bizarre as the blood-drinking finches. Harsh conditions and isolation have pushed evolution to the extreme, and the finches have evolved to crack seeds, pick ticks from giant tortoises and even to become vampires. Narrated by David Atten borough. Producers David Parer and Elizabeth Parer-Cook ; Series editor
Neil Nightingale Videoplus4.55-6.30(notPDC).

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Packham
Director: Martyn Suken
Editor: Sara Ford
Unknown: Charlotte Uhlenbroek
Producer: Robin Hellier
Unknown: David Atten
Producers: David Parer
Producers: Elizabeth Parer-Cook
Editor: Neil Nightingale

: The Money Programme

A look at whetherthe giant corporations behind genetically modified crops are set to win control of the world's food supply. Editor Diarmuid Jeffreys Subtitled ....91 NOTE: as The Money Programme is topical, its subject matter may change

Contributors

Editor: Diarmuid Jeffreys

: Crufts

Best in Show. Gaby Roslin introduces live coverage from the NEC in Birmingham of the selection of the supreme champion. Commentary is by Peter Purves and Jessica Holm , while Shauna Lowry looks at the breeds of the future. Further coverage next Saturday.

Contributors

Presenter: Gaby Roslin
Commentary: Peter Purves
Commentary: Jessica Holm
Reporter: Shauna Lowry
Director: Ian Russell
Director: Geoff Wilson

: Rebellion!

David Dimbleby begins a three-part series in which he follows the 14-year struggle over
Britain's colony Rhodesia and the establishment of Zimbabwe.
Treachery. In the dramatic days leadingupto the Unilateral
Declaration of Independence in 1965 Rhodesian leader Ian Smith
locked horns with British prime minister Harold Wilson. See today's choices. Producer John Bridcut
Executive producer George Carey
Digital widescreen Subtitled ..

Contributors

Unknown: David Dimbleby
Leader: Ian Smith
Unknown: Harold Wilson.
Producer: John Bridcut

: Vintners'Tales with Jancis Robinson

Nigel Wilson. Chief wine steward at Lincoln College,
Oxford, Nigel Wilson calls upon vintages from every corner of the globe to fill the college's cellars. Producer David FTurnbull ; Executive producers Nicholas Lander , Edward Mirzoeff Repeat

Contributors

Unknown: Nigel Wilson.
Unknown: Nigel Wilson
Producer: David Fturnbull
Producers: Nicholas Lander
Producers: Edward Mirzoeff

: Red Dwarf VIII

Cassandra. On Holly's advice Listerjoinsthe Canaries, unaware that they are a battle-hardened army and not- as Listerthinks-the prison choir.
Shown last Thursday

: Steptoe and Son

Upstairs, Downstairs, Upstairs, Downstairs. Albert's back gives out, making Harold's life a misery. Written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson Producer Douglas Argent
Repeat

Contributors

Written By: Ray Galton
Written By: Alan Simpson

: Teething Problems

Afterthe excitement of a baby's arrival, getting through the first year can be tough. This one-off programme, being shown specially for Mothering Sunday, updates the lives of fourcouples who appeared in lastyear's You, Me and the Baby. I n light-hearted look at the reality of babydom, these new arrivals to parenthood talk openly about how their lovable dictators have wreaked havoc in theirworking, social and love lives.
Producers Fiona Kenneth and Fiona Kelly Executive producer Clare Patterson
Digital widescreen Subtitled .... WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk.uk/education ♦ WhichOneWillYou Choose?
This Week: page 7

Contributors

Producers: Fiona Kenneth

: If I Ruled the World

Guests Janet Street-Porter and Tony Hawks take part in the political panel game show. Shown last Monday
Digital widescreen Subtitled ....

Contributors

Unknown: Janet Street-Porter
Unknown: Tony Hawks

: Film premiere Rapa Nui

Drama starring
Jason Scott Lee
Two members of the ruling tribe of Easter Island who have been friends since childhood find themselves in competition for the hand of a girl from a lessertribe. Widescreen.
Director Kevin Reynolds (1994, 12)
# See Films: pages 54-59 *
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Unknown: Jason Scott Lee
Director: Kevin Reynolds

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated. FURTHER EDUCATION
2.00 Problem Solving 2 LANGUAGES
4.00 Make French Your Business
(parti)
BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 Computers Don't Bite
Business: Security OPEN UNIVERSITY
5.45 Two Research Styles
Subtitled 4610660 6.10 An English Accent
6.35-7.00am How We Study Children








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