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: Open University

Repeats are not indicated.
6.05 Orsanmichele (S) 2621418
6.55 Meaning in Abstract Art (S)

: Science Bites

Winners Don't Think. Is the key to achieving sporting success all in the mind? (R)

: The Ascent of Man

Music of the Spheres. Dr Jacob Bronowski examines how mathematics has transformed views ofthe world. (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Dr Jacob Bronowski

: Salut Serge!

A series of French animations for young learners.
BBC Course Packs: book and cassette pack, £8.99; double video pack, £14.99
Website: [web address removed]

: Potsworth and Co

Ends 11.00. Potsworth would like more respect. (R)

: Dennis the Menace

More mischief with the errant boy. (R) (S)

: The Genie from Down

Under
Comedy drama about a girl who finds a magic opal. (R) (S)

: Ocean Odyssey

Live-action drama about Neri, amysterious young girl from the ocean. (R) (S)

: Histeria

Cartoon characters guide viewers on a tour of history.

: The Journey of Allen Strange

Robbie begins to suspect that her father is dating.

: The Adventures of Lano and Woodley: I Love You Baby: Part 1

The duo are mistaken for photographers in a maternity ward. (S)

: The Fresh Prince of Bel Air

Psat Pstory. Carlton's pride suffers when Will gets a higher grade at school. (R) (S) Another episode tomorrow at 6.20pm

: The O Zone

Jayne Middlemiss meets US shock-rockers Slipknot. Jamie Theakston talks with ex-Eternal star Louise, who is back after a two-year break. (S) (W) Website: [web address removed]

Contributors

Presenter: Jayne Middlemiss
Interviewees: Slipknot
Presenter: Jamie Theakston
Interviewee: Louise (Redknapp)

: Friends like These

Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly host a rerun of the game show where two teams of five friends go head to head to win a dream holiday. (R) (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Declan Donnelly

: Around Westminster

Shaun Ley considers the implications forthe South East of recent political events. REGIONAL PROGRAMME

Contributors

Unknown: Shaun Ley

: Sunday Grandstand

Introduced by Sue Barker.
1.30 Euro 2000 RayStubbs presents reaction to last night's eagerly awaited clash in Charleroi between England and Germany. (S)
2.00 Tennis Live coverage from Queen's Club of the final of this men's grass-court event.
Tim Henman pushed Pete Sampras all the way last year before the US star won in three sets. Commentary is by John Barrett and Pat Cash. Following the live tennis:
Rallying Action from Greece of the Acropolis Rally. Commentary by Mark James and Tiff Needell. Repeated tomorrow at 1.55pm
Motorsport Rounds 11 and 12 of the British Touring Cars title race. Commentary from Silverstone by Charlie Cox and John Watson.
Motorcycling Suzi Perry presents World Superbike action from San Marino. Commentary by Leigh Diffey and Steve Parrish. (W)
Following schedule may change

Contributors

Introduced By: Sue Barker.
Unknown: Tim Henman
Unknown: Pete Sampras
Unknown: John Barrett
Unknown: Pat Cash.
Commentary By: Mark James
Commentary By: Tiff Needell.
Unknown: Charlie Cox
Unknown: John Watson.
Unknown: Suzi Perry
Commentary By: Leigh Diffey
Commentary By: Steve Parrish.

: Songs of Praise

Pam Rhodes enjoys a day at the Millennium Dome and recalls some of the people and places the series has visited over the past year. There's music from Aled Jones with Heal the World, while hymns include We Plough the Fields and Scatter, Jerusalem and Lord for the Years.
Producer Deborah Creaven ; Editor Hugh Faupel (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Pam Rhodes
Unknown: Aled Jones
Producer: Deborah Creaven
Editor: Hugh Faupel

: Star Trek: Voyager

Dark Frontier. In the conclusion of a two-part episode,
Captain Janeway prepares an away team for a daring rescue mission to the centre of Borg operations. (S) The original series of Star Trek continues on Wednesday at 6pm

: The Money Programme

The Verdict. As the people of Denmark face a referendum on whether to adopt the euro, Steve Levinson investigates Europeans' views on the infant currency, and whether
Britain is ready for monetary union. Hosted by Maya Even. Producer Louise Adamson ; Editor Diarmuid Jeffreys (S) As The Money Programme is topical, its subject matter may change

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Levinson
Producer: Louise Adamson
Editor: Diarmuid Jeffreys

: My Generation

Last in Joan Bakewell 's personal history of postwar Britain. Blinded by Light. Jonathan Miller , Ken Loach ,
Claire Tomalin and Sir Richard Rogers are among Bakewell's contemporaries who recall life in the eighties and the effect of the Thatcher years on their generation. See Choice.
Director Alexandra Beazley : Series producer Anne Reevell (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Joan Bakewell
Unknown: Jonathan Miller
Unknown: Ken Loach
Unknown: Claire Tomalin
Unknown: Sir Richard Rogers
Director: Alexandra Beazley
Producer: Anne Reevell

: 10x10: New Directors

Belongings. A short documentary about a man who died alone and the tragic events that haunted his final years. Producer Tracy Bass ; Director Richard Barnes (S) (W) The series continues tomorrow at 10.20pm

Contributors

Producer: Tracy Bass
Director: Richard Barnes

: Coupling

The Cupboard of Patrick's Love. The girls uncover the contents of Patrick's cupboard. Last in the series.
Written by Steven Moffat : Director Martin Dennis ; Producer Sue Vertue
Shown last Friday (S) (W)

Contributors

Written By: Steven Moffat
Director: Martin Dennis

: Not the Nine o'Clock News

More comic highlights from the celebrated satirical sketch show of the late seventies and early eighties. Directors Geoff Posner and Bill Wilson ; Producers Sean Hardie and John Lloyd (R) (S)
Then When I Grow Up Young people discuss the future. (S)

Contributors

Directors: Geoff Posner
Directors: Bill Wilson
Producers: Sean Hardie
Producers: John Lloyd

: Moviedrome

Mark Cousins introduces a double bill of intense, atmospheric films by English director Nicolas Roeg. (S) (W)

Walkabout
Drama starring Jenny Agutter. Two children are stranded in the Australian outback when their father kills himself. After becoming lost, they are befriended by a young Aborigine on a walkabout, part of his initiation into manhood. Widescreen.
(1970.12) (S) (W) Films: pp 62-65 *****
Jonathan Ross's Movie Moment: page 58

Contributors

Director: Nicolas Roeg.
Girl: Jenny Agutter
Brother: Lucien John
Aborigine: David Gulpilil
Father: John Meillon
No-hoper: Peter Carver
Husband: John Illingsworth

: Don't Look Now

Thriller adapted from Daphne du Maurier's short story. After the death of their daughter, a couple go to Venice. There they meet two sisters, one of whom says she can communicate with the dead child. Widescreen. Ends 1.35.
(1973.18) (S) (W) Rims: pp 62-65

Contributors

John Baxter: Donald Sutherland
Laura Baxter: Julie Christie
Heather: Hilary Mason
Wendy: Delia Matania
Bishop Barbamgo: Massimo Serato
Inspector Longhi: Renato Scarpa

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated.
Exam Revision 2.00 GCSE Bitesize Religious Education Languages 4.00 Deutsch Plus (parts 1-4) -language-learners' drama series. With in-vision subtitles.
Working In Retail 5.00 Leading a Team
Open University 6.00 The Golden Thread (S)
6.30 Developing Language Ends 7.00am. (S)








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