with Jonathan Legard.
Motor Racing: Williams and McLaren renew rivalries this afternoon in the Monaco Formula 1
Grand Prix in Monte Carlo. Simon Taylor commentates. Golf: Seve Ballesteros defends his Dunhill British Masters at Wobum.
Watching the action is Tony Adamson.
Tennis: Regular visits to Paris for the French
Championships with David Mercer.
Cricket: Reports on the 2nd day's play between
Pakistan and Middlesex at
Lord's. Plus scoreboards from the Sunday League. With cycling, Rugby
Union and Rugby League.
7.10 Art Works: Jatinder Verma in Rehearsal; 7.30 Sounds
Technical; 7.50 Lord Briggs on Victorian Culture; 8.10
Communication and Education;
8.30 Women's Studies:
Transsexuals; 8.50 Open Forum;
9.10 Buffon - An Enlightenment Scientist?; 9.30 Prospects for Information Technology
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