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: Open University

Management and the School

: Pie in the Sky

A See-Saw programme (R)

: Wimbledon 87

The Lawn Tennis Championships
Day nine of the tournament, introduced by HARRY CARPENTER including at
3.0 News and Weather and at
3.55 News and Weather
Regional News and Weather

Contributors

Introduced By: Harry Carpenter

: Design Classics

Last of six films about some of the 20th century's most enduring designs. Levi's 501 Jeans
They were designed by a tailor in Reno, Nevada, for a customer who was a miner. Levi-Strauss and Company patented them in 1873. They have powerful competitors in the jeans war, but the company spent millions persuading the world that their product is the authentic, legendary jean.
Narrated by Jancis Robinson with Peter Blake and Milton Glaser Film editor MARK DAY Executive producer CHRISTOPHER MARTIN Producer MARK URBAN
(BBC Design Awards 9.25 pm)
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Contributors

Unknown: Jancis Robinson
Unknown: Peter Blake
Unknown: Milton Glaser
Producer: Christopher Martin

: In the Shadow of Fujisan

The last of three programmes that look at the role of wild animals in Japanese life, art and religion.
Long Live the Turtle
The Japanese have explored the rich harvest of the ocean more, perhaps, than any other nation.
The place of sea-turtles in legend, myth and commerce illustrates Japan's changing attitudes to the sea and its wildlife - attitudes that embrace the bloody killing of dolphins and prayers for the souls of dead whales, importing turtles by the thousand for their shells and yet venerating them as symbols of good luck. Narrator Peter France Film editor CHARLES DAVIES
Produced for THE MOVING PICTURE COMPANY by DAVID COBHAM BBCtv presentation by PELHAM ALDRICHBLAKE
Series editor PETER JONES. BBC Bristol
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Contributors

Editor: Charles Davies
Unknown: David Cobham
Editor: Peter Jones.

: M*A*S*H

starring with Bombed
With their own side happily bombing the 4077th, Henry's trip to the latrine almost ends in gone with the wind, while Hotlips has a brief encounter with Trapper in the supply tent....
Written by JIM FRITZELL and EVERETT GREENBAUM
Directed by HY AVERBACK (R)

Contributors

Written By: Jim Fritzell
Written By: Everett Greenbaum
Directed By: Hy Averback
Hawkeye: Alan Alda
Trapper John: Wayne Rogers
Colonel Blake: McLean Stevenson
Radar: Gary Burghoff
Hotlips: Loretta Swit
Major Frank Burns: Larry Linville
Fr Mulcahy: William Christopher
Klinger: Jamie Farr
Nurse Sanchez: Louisa Moritz
Delboss: Edward Marshall

: BBC Design Awards

The Winners Introduced by Jancis Robinson and Christopher Frayling For the last six weeks thousands of votes have been pouring in to the Design
Council from viewers and visitors to the six special
Design Awards exhibitions. Tonight the results in the three awards categories are revealed. Who won in Products? The computer terminal, the bathroom suite, the micro-excavator, the mixer or the micro-light aircraft? In Environment - the White Horse Hill, the Megget reservoir, the Oratory, the Cambridge research laboratories or 1 Finsbury Avenue? In
Graphics - 'Blueprint', Boots' footcare packaging, the stamps, the Independent or the Honeywell commercial? Is the public choice the same as that of the judges who made the original selection? There is a special award for the design which gained the most votes overall, and British Telecom Mobile Communications - who mounted the exhibitions - announce a commission to the designer they consider of special merit.
Designer VICTOR MEREDITH Studio director RON ISTED Producer DAVID SWEETMAN Executive producer CHRISTOPHER MARTIN

Contributors

Introduced By: Jancis Robinson
Introduced By: Christopher Frayling
Designer: Victor Meredith
Director: Ron Isted
Producer: David Sweetman
Producer: Christopher Martin

: The Little Train to Lynton

Second of two parts Perchance it Sleepeth
In 1935 the narrow gauge railway from Barnstaple to Lynton in North Devon was sold for scrap. Little now remains of the old line yet its memory continues to haunt today's railway enthusiasts. Written and narrated by Gwyn Richards
Film Cameraman CLIVE NORTH Film editor BERNARD GOODSALL Producer ANDREW JOHNSTON

Contributors

Unknown: Gwyn Richards
Editor: Bernard Goodsall
Producer: Andrew Johnston

: Newsnight

Presented by Peter Snow Donald MacCormick and Adam Raphael
With political and economic reports from Vincent Hanna Will Hutton and Nick Clarke and international reports by David Sells , Charles Wheeler

Contributors

Presented By: Peter Snow
Presented By: Donald MacCormick
Presented By: Adam Raphael
Unknown: Vincent Hanna
Unknown: Will Hutton
Unknown: Nick Clarke
Unknown: David Sells
Unknown: Charles Wheeler

: Weatherview

: Open University

11.45 Maths: Complex Analysis
The properties of complex functions depend on the nature of their domains. Cauchy's Theorem was proved initially for star-shaped regions. But it is actually true for all regions without holes, ie simply-connected regions.
Producer DAVID SAUNDERS (R)
12.10 Statistics: The Normal Distribution
The average and spread of data are important - but so are the skewness and pointedness.
Producer DAVID SAUNDERS

Contributors

Producer: David Saunders
Producer: David Saunders








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