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: Open University

Repeats are not indicated.
6.05 Housing- Business as Usual (S) 5095096 6.35 Gender Matters 2074152 7.00 Informer, Eduquer, Divertir?

: Cyberart - in Conversation

Using surveillance cameras and the net to chat to web-surfers across the world. (R)

: The Passion for Distinctiveness

The secret behind the success of a school, an advertising agency and a hotel chain. (R)

: Personal Passions

Newsreader John Suchet talks to Peter Curran about the life and music of Beethoven.

Contributors

Talks: John Suchet
Unknown: Peter Curran

: Talk Spanish

Starting a short course for beginners. (R) (S)
BBC Course Pack: Talk Spanish book and two-cassette pack, £14.99, from retailers
Website: [web address removed]

: Alvin and the Chipmunks

Ends 11.50. Dave has exciting news. (R) (S)

: Oscar's Orchestra

Musical animation. (R) (S)

: Hyperlinks

Dominic Wood visits a multiplex cinema and Kate Heavenor goes to a lipstick factory. (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/hyperlinks

Contributors

Unknown: Dominic Wood
Unknown: Kate Heavenor

: Smart Guy

US comedy. TJ makes an agreement that has disastrous consequences.

: Hero to Zero

Drama. Charlie receives wise words of advice.
Shown last Wednesday BBC1(S)

: Driven Crazy

More live-action adventures. Ned and Danni spend some time with Great
Grandpa Bourke on his farm.

Contributors

Unknown: Grandpa Bourke

: Sub Zero

Live game show in which teams attempt to avoid banishment to a cryogenic chamber, with Robin Banks and Jemma James.

Contributors

Presenter: Robin Banks
Presenter: Jemma James

: Miami 7

S Club 7 have to pretend they are genuine Americans. Written by Paul Alexander and Simon Braithwaite (R) (S)

Contributors

Written By: Paul Alexander
Written By: Simon Braithwaite

: The O Zone

Featuring Geri Halliwell and Californian rockers No Doubt.
Shown last Tuesday (S) (W)

Contributors

Guest: Geri Halliwell
Guests: No Doubt

: Robot Wars

Cassius joins the fray.
Shown last Friday (S)

: Around Westminster

Presenter Shaun Ley considers the implications for London of recent political events. REGIONAL PROGRAMME

Contributors

Presenter: Shaun Ley

: Sunday Grandstand

Introduced by Hazel Irvine .
1.35 Ice Hockey With the Superleague's Challenge Cup final just a fortnight away,
Bob Ballard and Simon Crosse tell the stories behind the semi-finals.
2.05 The Insider's Guide to the Olympics This month's guide features freestyle wrestler John Melling , who is hoping to qualify.
2.20 Rugby League Salford City Reds v Warrington Wolves Live coverage of this Challenge Cup quarter-final. Salford will be looking to Martin Offiah to inspire them once more, while Lee Briers has been the Wolves man on form. Commentary from Jon Champion and Joe Lydon.
2.20-4.15 (not PDC)
4.15 Speed Skating From
Sheffield, the World Short Track Speed Skating championships. Commentary by Paul Dickenson.
5.10 Rugby League Draw The semi-final draw.
Producer Sharon Lence ; Editor
Michael Cole (W)

Contributors

Introduced By: Hazel Irvine
Unknown: Bob Ballard
Unknown: Simon Crosse
Unknown: John Melling
Unknown: Martin Offiah
Unknown: Lee Briers
Unknown: Jon Champion
Unknown: Joe Lydon.
Commentary By: Paul Dickenson.
Producer: Sharon Lence
Editor: Michael Cole

: The Money Programme

Blue Chip Blues. Shares in high-tech companies have j undergone astonishing price rises, even though few of them make profits, while investors have been turning away from more traditional blue-chip companies, even i though they may be making a lot of money. This trend, as Nils Blythe reports, leaves the latter companies vulnerable. Is the old economy being destroyed by an irrational enthusiasm for the new? Presented by Maya Even .
Editor Diarmuid Jeffreys (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Nils Blythe
Presented By: Maya Even
Editor: Diarmuid Jeffreys

: The Natural World

Vanishing Pools of the Zambezi. The old meanderings of Africa's Zambezi river have created numerous watering holes in the Mana Pools National Park, and herds of elephant, buffalo, eland and impala gather around them to graze on the soft green grass. But once the short rainy season ends and in the long dry season that follows, the grass withers and the pools turn to mud, forcing the animals that live in and around them into a perennial i conflict as they try to satisfy their food and water needs.
Producers Philip and Lynne Richardson (R) (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Lynne Richardson

: Crufts

Four days of canine endeavour culminate with the announcement of the winner of the best in show title, a category that annually attracts 21,000 top pedigree dogs. Live coverage from the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham is introduced by Gaby Roslin , with commentary by Peter Purves , Jessica Holm , Frank Kane and Wayne Cavanaugh , and reports from Shauna Lowry.
(S) (W)

Contributors

Introduced By: Gaby Roslin
Commentary By: Peter Purves
Commentary By: Jessica Holm
Commentary By: Frank Kane
Commentary By: Wayne Cavanaugh
Unknown: Shauna Lowry.

: Moral Combat - Nato at War

One year after Nato's bombing campaign, Allan Little takes a challenging look at the reasons for the war in Kosovo, examining why - and how - the west used force to pursue I what was outwardly presented as a moral crusade i against ethnic cleansing. In fact, he argues, it was an act of revenge on Slobodan Milosevic and was prompted in part by guilt over the west's failure to intervene in time in Bosnia. The west, he says, made a series of near-catastrophic miscalculations and the air campaign was not simply about defeating Milosevic but about saving the credibility of the Nato alliance. See Choice.
Producers Tom Giles. Aidan Laverty ; Editor Peter Horrocks (S) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/panorama
Polly Toynbee 's view of the documentary: page 16

Contributors

Unknown: Allan Little
Unknown: Slobodan Milosevic
Producers: Tom Giles.
Producers: Aidan Laverty
Editor: Peter Horrocks
Unknown: Polly Toynbee

: Metroland

Drama set in the sixties and seventies starring
Christian Bale and Emily Watson. Advertising executive Chris Lloyd I lives in suburbia with his family. But the arrival ofToni, his free-living friend from schooldays, causes him to doubt the choices he has made in life. Widescreen.
Director Philip Saville (1997, 18) (S) (W) Films: pp 64-68 **
Teach yourself Emily Watson : page 59

Contributors

Unknown: Christian Bale
Unknown: Emily Watson.
Unknown: Chris Lloyd
Director: Philip Saville
Unknown: Emily Watson
Chris Lloyd: Christian Bale
Marion Lloyd: Emily Watson
Toni: Lee Ross
Annick: Elsa Zylberstein
Henri: Rufus
Dave: Jonathan Aris
Mickey: Lfan Meredith
Joanna: Amanda Ryan
Jacques: Boris Terral
Punk girl: Lucy Speed
Commuters: Bill Thomas
Commuters: John Wood

: Perfect World

Shown last Friday (S) (W)

: The Outer Limits

First Anniversary. Just after his first wedding anniversary, Norman starts to find his beautiful wife, Ady, repulsive.
Ends 1.50am (R) (S)

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated.
National Test Revision 2.00 Key Stage 3: Bitesize Revision - j Maths 1 including whole numbers and fractions. Languages 4.00 Make Japanese Your Business
Working for Local Government 5.00 Teleworking and Managing Change - implementing change in the workplace.
Open University 6.00 Quality Care 22955 6.30 How We Study Children -making sense of play. Ends 7.00am. (S)








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