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: Open University

Repeats are not indicated.

6.05 Open Advice - the Three Degrees

6.35 Athens - Democracy for the Few

7.05 Which Body?

7.35 The Founding of the Royal Society

: Weekend 24

News roundup, with Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams. Weather update at 8.25.

Contributors

Unknown: Bill Turnbull
Unknown: Sian Williams.

: The Challenge: To Rebuild the Human Body

The latest artificial limb technology.

: Ever Wondered?

How science tackles football injuries.

: Grey Power

Is society's view of older people about to change?

: The Ad Factor

The Pitch. How ad agencies sell themselves.

: Ever Wondered?

Edward Enfield investigates the ageing process.

: See Hear on Saturday- Deaf News

The latest national and international news, with sign language and in-vision subtitles. Rptd on Tuesday at 4.30am on BBC1

: See Hear on Saturday

With reports on neonatal screening and a theatrical play for deaf children. With sign language and in-vision subtitles. Repeated on Tuesday at 3.45am on BBCI

: Saturday Kitchen

Gregg Wallace presents the food zone that combines top recipes with both new and classic culinary series. Today's edition features guest chef
John Burton Race who cooks a dinnerfbrtwo, including sea bass and hot chocolate souffle tarts. Director Charlotte Harris : Series producer Sara Kozak WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/food

Contributors

Unknown: Gregg Wallace
Unknown: John Burton
Director: Charlotte Harris
Producer: Sara Kozak

: Home Front Tricks

More handy tips for brightening up and improving the home.

: Racing from Ascot

Clare Balding introduces today's racing from Ascot, with starts at 1.30, 2.00 and 2.35pm. Commentary from
Jim McGrath , Richard Pitman and Peter Scudamore plus reports from Jonathan Powell and betting with Angus Loughran. Senior producer Gerry Morrison

Contributors

Unknown: Jim McGrath
Unknown: Richard Pitman
Unknown: Peter Scudamore
Unknown: Jonathan Powell
Unknown: Angus Loughran.
Producer: Gerry Morrison

: Texas across the River**

9 Comedy western. After being wrongly accused of murder,
Don Baidasar goes on the run, teaming up with gunrunner Sam Hollis for a series of Wild West misadventures.
Review page 53.
Director Michael Gordon
(1966. PG)

Contributors

Unknown: Don Baidasar
Unknown: Sam Hollis
Director: Michael Gordon
Sam Hollis: Dean Martin
Don Andrea Baldasar: Alain Delon
Phoebe Ann Taylor: Rosemary Forsyth
Kronk: Joey Bishop
Lonetta: Tina Marquand
Captain Stimpson: Peter Graves

: Olympic Grandstand

Sue Barker and Steve Cram introduce today's action from
Salt Lake City, which features live coverage of the men's super giant slalom. Austrian Stephan Eberharter has been setting the pace this year, but he will have to contend with Switzerland's DidierCuche and the British hope, Scotland's Finlay Mickel. Matt Chilton and Graham Bell commentate.
Plus, special guest Jayne Torvill will be giving her expert opinion on British ice skating pair Marika Humphreys and Vitaliy Baranov 's start in the ice dancing competition.
There's also a preview of Britain's chances in the bobsleigh competition, coverage of which can be seen at 11.25pm. Executive producer Martin Hopkins ; Executive editor Dave Gordon
WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/winterolympics BBCi: special interactive features are available to digital viewers by using the red key on their remote control

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Cram
Unknown: Stephan Eberharter
Unknown: Finlay Mickel.
Unknown: Matt Chilton
Unknown: Jayne Torvill
Unknown: Marika Humphreys
Unknown: Vitaliy Baranov
Producer: Martin Hopkins
Editor: Dave Gordon

: The Laurence Olivier Awards, 2002

Coverage of the star-studded ceremony at London's
Victoria Palace honouring the finest talent in theatre.
Clive Anderson plays host to the awards which celebrate their 26th year, presenting a review of the theatre year and excerpts from some of the major productions. Artists featured in the show include Lindsay Duncan , Clive Owen , Fiona Shaw , Martine McCutcheon , Rufus Sewell ,
Alison Steadman , Jonathan Pryce and the League of Gentlemen. Director Ben Kellett ; Producer Howard Brenner

Contributors

Unknown: Clive Anderson
Unknown: Lindsay Duncan
Unknown: Clive Owen
Unknown: Fiona Shaw
Unknown: Martine McCutcheon
Unknown: Rufus Sewell
Unknown: Alison Steadman
Unknown: Jonathan Pryce
Director: Ben Kellett
Producer: Howard Brenner

: What the Papers Say

Brian Reade of The Mirror reviews the week's newspapers. Director Charles Kitchen: Producer Christine Ruth

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Reade
Producer: Christine Ruth

: The Simpsons

8.10 Homer's Enemy. A resentful, hard-working employee at the power plant makes Homer his enemy.
8.35 The Simpsons ' Spin-Off Showcase. Troy McClure hosts three spin-offs, transplanting characters from The
Simpsons into new locales and situations.

Contributors

Unknown: Troy McClure

: Class of ...

IZoe Ball hosts the first of a new seven-part series in which two teams of ex-pupils from the same school - one all-boys, one all-girls - are tested on their knowledge of the cultural landscape in the year that they left school. Plus live music with a retro theme.
Class of 1984. This week features ex-pupils from Parrs Wood School, Manchester and music from Limahl.
Producer Simon Marsh ; Executive producer Phil Parsons

Contributors

Producer: Simon Marsh
Producer: Phil Parsons

: Footloose ***

B Musical drama. Chicago teenager Ren MacCormack is not the kind of person they welcome in rural Bomont. Ruled with a fundamentalist hand, Bomont is a town where dancing, rock 'n' roll and certain books are banned. But when you "gotta dance" you don't mind shaking things up a little. Widescreen. Review page 53.
Director Herbert Ross (1984. 15)

Contributors

Unknown: Ren MacCormacK
Director: Herbert Ross
Ren MacCormack: Kevin Bacon
Ariel Moore: Lori Singer
Reverend Moore: John Lithgow
Vi Moore: Dianne Wiest
Willard: Christopher Penn
Rusty Sarah: Jessica Parker

: Olympic Grandstand

Sue Barker and Clare Balding present continued Olympics coverage, with bobsleighing, curling and ice hockey.
Britain's pair of two-man bobsleigh teams, driven by Neil Johnson and Lee Scarisbrook , will be aiming to bring home an Olympic medal in the event. Courtney Rumboldt , a member of the Nagano medal-winning four-man bobsleigh team, watches live coverage of their second run.
Plus, Britain's male curling team competes against
Switzerland, and in women's ice hockey, the reigning world champions, the USA, take on Finland. Paul Dickenson, Dougie Donnelly , Kirsty Hay and Simon Crosse commentate. Producers Helen Kuttner. Sharon Lence ; Editor Carl Hicks

Contributors

Unknown: Neil Johnson
Unknown: Lee Scarisbrook
Unknown: Courtney Rumboldt
Unknown: Dougie Donnelly
Unknown: Kirsty Hay
Unknown: Simon Crosse
Producers: Helen Kuttner.
Producers: Sharon Lence
Editor: Carl Hicks

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated. WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
Exam Revision GCSE Bitesize French 2








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