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: Open University

Repeats are not indicated.
6.05 Modelling in the Money Markets (S) 4407678 6.30 Lessons from
Kerala (S) 9481456 6.55 Cybersouls (S) 9484543 7.25 Deaf-Blind
Education in Russia (S)

: Harry and the Hendersons

George's neurotic cousin Melvin fears he is in trouble for stealing from his employer. (R) (S)

: Teletubbies

An extended Sunday helping of pre-schoolfun. (S)

: Olympic Grandstand

Steve Rider, Sue Barker, John Inverdale and Steve Cram introduce action from Sydney, plus horse racing from Ireland and rallying from Cyprus. (S) Note: events may alter the following timings.
9.00, 9.45, 10.25: Swimming. Coverage of the women's 100m butterfly final, the men's 100m breaststroke final, the women's 400m freestyle final and the men's 400m individual medley final. Commentary comes from Andy Jameson, Adrian Moorhouse and Sharron Davies.
9.30, 9.55: Cycling. Including the sprint cycling final at 10.15, where the British team of Jason Queally, Chris Hoy and Craig Maclean are going for gold. Hugh Porter commentates.
10.55 Judo Action from the women's 52kg event and the men's 66kg category. With commentary from Harry Gration and Neil Adams.
11.30 Weightlifting Coverage from the men's 62kg event and the women's 48kg event. With commentary from David Vine.
12.00 Equestrian Three-Day Event Dressage Coverage from the team dressage event. Commentary from Michael Tucker and Lorna Clarke.
12.20pm: Men's Triathlon. Highlights from today's event which features British medal contender Simon Lessing.
1.00: Olympic Headlines
1.15: Football Report
1.30: Gymnastics. Barry Davies, Mitch Fenner and Christine Still report from the women's event.
2.30: Boxing Action from the early rounds of the light flyweight and lightweight categories. With commentary from Jim Neilly.
3 15: Canoeing. Paul Dickenson and Richard Fox commentate.
3.35: Racing. In a break from the Olympics, a visit to the Curragh for the National Stakes Group One race.
4.00: Rallying. The latest round of the World Rally championship from Cyprus, the newest venue on the schedule. Repeated tomorrow at 1pm
4.30: Sailing Action from the men's soling class. Richard Simmonds commentates.
4.45: Beach Volleyball. Matt Chilton commentates on the action from Bondi Beach.
5.10: Basketball China take on Olympic champions America. Jon Champion commentates. PDC videoplus code for 8.55-3.15 [Number removed]. PDC videoplus code for 3.15-5.55 [Number removed].


Presenter: Sue Barker
Presenter: John Inverdale
Presenter: Steve Cram
Commentary: Andy Jameson
Commentary: Adrian Moorhouse
Commentary: Sharron Davies
Unknown: Jason Queally
Unknown: Chris Hoy
Unknown: Craig MacLean
Commentary: Hugh Porter
Commentary: Harry Gration
Commentary: Neil Adams
Commentary: David Vine
Unknown: Michael Tucker
Unknown: Lorna Clarke
Unknown: Simon Lessing
Unknown: Barry Davies
Unknown: Mitch Fenner
Unknown: Christine Still
Unknown: Jim Neilly
Commentary: Paul Dickenson
Commentary: Richard Fox
Unknown: Richard Simmonds
Unknown: Matt Chilton

: Thunderbirds

Continuing the digitally-remastered broadcast of the cult supermarionation series from Gerry Anderson.
City of Fire. A skyscraper shopping centre catches fire, trapping a family in a sealed-off corridor. (R) (S)


Unknown: Gerry Anderson.

: Star Trek: Voyager

The first episode of a repeat run of series two.
Initiations. When he borrows a shuttlecraft to perform a traditional rite, Chakotay becomes the target of a Kazon youth keen to kill an enemy to earn his Ogla warrior name. The original Star Trek series continues on Tuesday at 6pm (R) (S)

: Art Zone

The weekly cultural strand. Ends 8.50.
Review This week presenter Mark Lawson is joined by Tom Paulin , Natasha Walter and Andrew O'Hagan to discuss the week's cultural highlights. Up for examination this evening are the new film Space Cowboys, directed by and starring Clint Eastwood , and My Zinc Bed, a new play by David Hare at London's Royal Court Theatre.
Series producer Mark Bell (S) (W)


Presenter: Mark Lawson
Unknown: Tom Paulin
Unknown: Natasha Walter
Unknown: Andrew O'Hagan
Unknown: Clint Eastwood
Play By: David Hare
Producer: Mark Bell

: Australia: Beyond the Fatal Shore

Continuing the series in which art critic and cultural commentator Robert
Hughes returns home to assess his native Australia.
Money, Class and Power. This week Hughes looks beyond the middle-class idyll projected by soap operas to see whether the fundamental class divide - between convicts and settlers - still exists today. When he left 35 years ago, he felt that Australia was a contentedly middle-class country: now he feels that the influence of the early divide has produced a collective uncertainty about class.
Director Philip Smith : Series producer Christopher Spencer (S) (W)


Director: Philip Smith
Producer: Christopher Spencer

: That Thing

Napster. A look at the controversial website that allows internet users to download copyrighted music for free.
Director Sean Grundy (S) (W)


Director: Sean Grundy

: Never Mind the Buzzcocks

Another chance to see last Friday's opener in the new series of the irreverent pop quiz. Roisin Murphy from
Moloko, Embrace's Danny McNamara , the Who's John Entwistle and comedian Johnny Vegas joinMark Lamarr ,
Sean Hughes and Phill Jupitus. (R) (S) (W)


Unknown: Roisin Murphy
Unknown: Danny McNamara
Unknown: John Entwistle
Unknown: Johnny Vegas
Unknown: Mark Lamarr
Unknown: Sean Hughes
Unknown: Phill Jupitus.

: Bottom

An episode of the anarchic comedy written by and starring Rik Mayall and Ade Edmondson.
Accident. Richie celebrates his birthday with a party, but ends up spending most of the time in casualty.
Director/Producer Ed Bye (R) (S)


Unknown: Rik Mayall
Unknown: Ade Edmondson.
Producer: Ed Bye

: Shooting Stars

Offbeat celebrity quiz show hosted by Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer. Team captains Ulrika Jonsson and Mark Lamarr are joined by Tommy Cannon , Bobby Ball , Samantha Beckinsale and Richard E Grant.
Director Mark Mylod : Producer Alan Marke (R) (S)


Unknown: Vic Reeves
Unknown: Bob Mortimer.
Unknown: Ulrika Jonsson
Unknown: Mark Lamarr
Unknown: Tommy Cannon
Unknown: Bobby Ball
Unknown: Samantha Beckinsale
Unknown: Richard E Grant.
Director: Mark Mylod
Producer: Alan Marke

: The Cops

Another chance to see the final episode from the last run of the gritty police drama prior to tomorrow's new two-part story. Roy is implicated in the assault of Karim Ifraz , but is more concerned with visiting Ellen in hospital. The situation, however, comes to a head when Karim's father and his friends confront Roy. Contains strong language.
Written by Jimmy Gardner ; Producer Eric Coulter ; Director Alrick Riley
The new Cops story starts tomorrow at 9pm (R) (S) (W)


Unknown: Karim Ifraz
Written By: Jimmy Gardner
Producer: Eric Coulter
Director: Alrick Riley
Mel: Katy Cavanagh
Giffen: Rob Dixon
Jellicoe: Steve Garti
Roy: John Henshaw
Natalie: Clare McGlinn
Jaz: Parvez Qadir
Dean: Danny Seward
Cindy: Margaret Blakemore
Stowe: Ken Kitson
Maggie Hayes: Jan Pearson
Ellen: Deirdre Costello

: Olympic Grandstand

Clare Balding presents coverage of the three-day eventing team cross-country. Great Britain will be looking to individual European champion Pippa Funnell to head their medal bid. With commentary from Michael Tucker and Lorna Clarke. Ends 5.45am.


Unknown: Pippa Funnell
Unknown: Michael Tucker
Unknown: Lorna Clarke.

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