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: Open University

Repeats are not indicated.
6.05 Wendepunkte 4765152 6.30
Playing Safe 38171 7.00 Ships and Boats and Strain 5318220 7.25 Pause
5411171 7.30 Living Doll: a Background to Shaw's Pygmalion

: Weekend 24

David Robertson and Tanya Beckett present a news and sport roundup.

Contributors

Unknown: David Robertson
Unknown: Tanya Beckett

: Open Saturday

The Book Is Dead. Howard Stableford takes a look at how computer technology has changed the way the written word is received, read, stored and used and investigates what the future might hold.
Senes producer Andrew Law Repeat... FURTHER DETAILS: brochure hotline [number removed](calls charged at national rate); Ceefax: page 626; or website: www.open.ac.uk/saturday

Contributors

Unknown: Howard Stableford

: See Hear on Saturday

Lara Crooks hosts a special programme assessing the impact of cancer on deaf people's lives, and looking at ways they have coped with the illness. With signing and in-vision subtitles WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/seejiear

: Glastonbury 99

Jamie Theakston and Jayne Middlemiss review the first day ofthe annual festival held in Pilton,
Somerset. Yesterday's big names included American superstars REM, one of rock's most enduringly popular and critically lauded groups. Other major acts included Kula Shaker and the Beautiful South. There's also a look at festival-goers' many and varied breakfast habits. Footage of today's top bands is at 8.30pm. See today's choices. Executive producer Mark Cooper
Digital widescreen

Contributors

Unknown: Jamie Theakston
Unknown: Jayne Middlemiss
Unknown: Kula Shaker

: Wimbledon 99

Desmond Lynam and Sue Barker present live coverage of the men's and ladies' third-round singles matches. The middle Saturday on the grass courts of SW19 often provides stirring action before the players take a day off ahead of next week's latter stages. At the same juncture last year, defending champion Martina Hingis brushed aside the challenge of Russia's Elena Likhovtseva forthe loss of only three games. Executive producer Martin Hopkins Executive editor Dave Gordon
Code for 12.25-4.30 (not PDC) ............ Code for 4.30-8.30 (not PDC)................. # Wimbledon offers: page

Contributors

Unknown: Desmond Lynam
Unknown: Sue Barker
Unknown: Martina Hingis
Unknown: Elena Likhovtseva
Editor: Dave Gordon

: Glastonbury 99

Jo Whiley and Jamie Theakston update events at Worthy Farm.
Scots band Texas's fortunes changed dramatically in with the huge success of White on Blonde. While they entertain the main-stage crowd with songs from new album The Hush,
Swedish favourites the Cardigans take to the other stage, and power-pop quartet Ash raid their latest album Nu-Clear Sounds.
Meanwhile, a camper's tent is refurbished a la Changing
Rooms. A further roundup is at
11.30pm. Digital widescreen.

Contributors

Unknown: Jo Whiley
Unknown: Jamie Theakston

: Timewatch Letting the Genie out of the Bottle

Danish politicians sparked a storm of controversy in 1969 by voting to legalise all forms of pornography, so becoming the first country to approve such a move. Why did a traditionally religious nation take this step? Contains explicit language and images. See today's choices.
Producer Tilman Remme ; Editor Laurence Rees Digital widescreen * See John Peel : page 8

Contributors

Producer: Tilman Remme
Editor: Laurence Rees
Unknown: John Peel

: Today at Wimbledon

Sue Barker rounds up the day's tennis, and, with a guest, reviews the week's events from
SW19. Subtitled ..........................

: Glastonbury 99

John Peel , Jo Whiley and Jamie Theakston look back over the second day at Worthy Farm.
Among the bands playing today were trad-rockers Cast, dance trio Underwortd, ex-Clash frontman Joe Strummer and, on the Jazz World stage, Urban Species.
Plus live footage of Brit Award-winners Manic Street Preachers as they top the main-stage bill, acoustic performances by passing stars and an overview of other activities on the site.
More tomorrow at 12 noon.
Digital widescreen
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Unknown: John Peel
Unknown: Jo Whiley
Unknown: Jamie Theakston
Unknown: Joe Strummer

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated. DYNAMO
Literacy 5-7 Programme 2 www.bbc.co.uk/education








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