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: Open University

Repeats are not indicated.

6.00 Le Corbusier and the Villa La Roche (S)

6.25 Open Advice Exam Success

6.55 Cybersouls (S)

: Object Lessons

Dark Matter. A search for dark matter particles in Europe's deepest mine. (R) (W)

: Background Brief

First Came Dolly. A focus on the scientists at the forefront of the cloning revolution. (R)

: The Challenge

The Riddle of the Tay Bridge
Disaster. Studying the collapse ofTay Bridge in 1879. (R) (S)

: CBBC

Ends 11.20.

Rugrats
Tommy decides that Grandpa Lou's decision to move out was due to Reptar. (R) (S)

8.40 Flint the Time Detective
The Time Police's newest recruit tries to rescue the Time Shifter Jitterbug from the evil Petra. (S)

9.05 Casper
Adventures of the friendly cartoon ghost. (R) (S)

9.30 Kenan and Kel
Mayhem ensues when Kenan and Kel are left in charge of Eric's girlfriend. (S)

10.00 Byker Grove
Leanne resorts to shoplifting when the Grovers become clothes-obsessed.
(R) (S)

10.50 CBBC at the Proms
The best of last Sunday's concert from London's Hyde Park. Introduced by Michael Underwood, and hosted by Matt Baker, Simon Thomas and Faye Tozer from Steps. (S) (W)

Contributors

Writer ("Byker Grove"): Rachael Dawson
Introduced By ("CBBC at the Proms"): Michael Underwood
Presenter ("CBBC at the Proms"): Matt Baker
Presenter ("CBBC at the Proms"): Simon Thomas
Presenter ("CBBC at the Proms"): Faye Tozer

: There Are No Children Here ***

Drama starring Oprah Winfrey.
Lajoe Rivers is forced to raise i_m her children in a crime infested area of Chicago. With one son already facing prison, she is determined to save the others from the clutches of gang life. Review page 55. Director An itaAddison (1993, 15)
(S)

Contributors

Unknown: Oprah Winfrey.

: Turning Points

Journalist Ginny Dougary talks about a trip to the North Pole with an all-women team. (S)

Contributors

Talks: Ginny Dougary

: SundayGrandstand

Presented by Steve Rider and Sue Barker.
1.00 Motorsport For the first time in its history, championship car racing comes to Britain, with the new Rockingham Oval in Northamptonshire playing host to what is regarded as the fastest racing in the world. Presented by Suzi Perry and Mark Blundell , with commentary from Leigh Diffey and Jeremy Shaw.
3.00 Motorcycling Coverage of rounds 21 and 22 of this year's British Superbikes championship from Leicestershire's Mallory Park. Barry Nutley and Roger Bumett commentate.
3.45 Tennis Tim Henman and Greg Rusedski play for Britain in the final two matches of this crucial Davis Cup tie in Ecuador, with victory securing promotion to the elite world group next year. John Barrett , David Mercer and John Lloyd commentate. Producer Kate McKeag
Editor Philip Bernie (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/sport

Contributors

Presented By: Steve Rider
Presented By: Sue Barker.
Presented By: Suzi Perry
Presented By: Mark Blundell
Unknown: Leigh Diffey
Unknown: Jeremy Shaw.
Unknown: Mallory Park.
Unknown: Barry Nutley
Unknown: Roger Bumett
Unknown: Tim Henman
Unknown: Greg Rusedski
Unknown: John Barrett
Unknown: David Mercer
Unknown: John Lloyd
Producer: Kate McKeag
Editor: Philip Bernie

: Correspondent

The Slave Children. Last April news spread around the world of a "slave ship" lost at sea off the coast of South Africa with hundreds of children feared dead. The ship, the Etireno, drifted for days before limping into port and unloading a cargo of children. With no bodies to headline and no chained children, the global media circus moved on. But there were on board 23 children who had been sold into slavery. Olenka Frenkiel meets the children, parents and traffickers involved and investigates Africa's modem slave trade and the routine shipment that went wrong.
Producer Giselle Portenier (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Olenka Frenkiel

: The Shootist ****

Western. Over a 30 year period JB Books has become renowned as one of the West's greatest gunfighters. But in a small town he consults a Dr Hostetler, who diagnoses cancer. The ageing gunfighter decides that his remaining days will not be wasted. Widescreen. Review page 56.
Director Don Siegel (1976. PG) (S) (W) The reel story behind .. : page 62

Contributors

Director: Don Siegel
John Bernard Books: John Wayne
Bond Rogers: Lauren Bacall
Dr Hostetler: James Stewart
Gillom Rogers: Ron Howard
Sweeney: Richard Boone
Pulford: Hugh O'Brian

: Porridge

Classic comedy starring Ronnie Barker and Richard Beckinsale. The Harder They Fall. Godber enters the prison's boxing championships, but Fletcher looks set to nobble his friend. Another episode on Tuesday at 10pm (R) (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Ronnie Barker
Unknown: Richard Beckinsale.

: Fighting Back - the Michael Watson Story

Ten years ago, boxer Michael Watson was at the apex of his career and looked destined to win the WBO super-middleweight championship from Chris Eubank. Instead, Watson received a blow at the end of the llth round that sent him to the canvas and resulted in him being left with severe brain damage. This film centres on Watson's life and determined journey to rehabilitation, and includes contributions from Nigel Benn , Audley Harrison and Tim Westwood , as well as footage of Michael Watson and Chris Eubank meeting for the first time in a decade.
Executive producer Maxine Watson : Series producer Jackie Osei-Tutu (S) (W) BBC ONLINE: Michael Watson will be available for a live online chat immediately after this programme on the website www.bbc.co.uk/sport

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Watson
Unknown: Chris Eubank.
Unknown: Nigel Benn
Unknown: Audley Harrison
Unknown: Tim Westwood
Unknown: Michael Watson
Unknown: Chris Eubank
Producer: Maxine Watson
Producer: Jackie Osei-Tutu
Unknown: Michael Watson

: Never Mind the Buzzcocks

Music quiz with guests Fay Tozer from Steps, Ian Astbury of the Cult, Paul Ross and MC Harvey from the So Solid Crew. Shown last Monday (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Fay Tozer
Unknown: Ian Astbury
Unknown: Paul Ross
Unknown: Mc Harvey

: Rex the Runt

The cult animation show returns for a 13-part second series. Mouse in the Kitchen. A cat, going by the name of Tiddles the Destroyer, helps the gang tackle a small, violent mouse. Director Sam Fell ; Producer Jacqueline White (S) (W) Barking mad: page 29

Contributors

Director: Sam Fell
Producer: Jacqueline White

: 'Orrible

No Sleep Till Wembley. Paul lands himself in a tricky situation by making promises he cannot keep.
Shown last Monday (S) (W)

: An Almost Perfect Affair **

Romantic comedy. An idealistic young film-maker from
America visits the Cannes Rim Festival and falls in love with the wife of a wealthy Italian film producer. Review page 59.
Director Michael Ritchie (1979, 15) (S)

Contributors

Director: Michael Ritchie
Hal: Keith Carradine
Maria: Monica Vitti
Freddie: Raf Vallone
Carlo: Christian de Sica
Jackson: Dick Anthony Williams
Lieutenant Montand: Henri Garcin

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated.
Learning at Home 2.00 Dynamo: KS1 Numeracy 2 Languages 4.00 Suenos World Spanish (parts 1-4) Work Essentials 5.00 Computer Skills
Open University 6.00 Children First (S) 21540 6.30 Deaf-Blind Education in Russia (S)








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