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: Open University

6.15 Piaget in Perspective
6.40 Pure Maths: Clumping in Groups 9926114 7.05 Music: Harmonic Analysis, 1
7.30 Care in the Community 1573060 7.55 Ottoman
Supremacy: The Suleimaniye,
Istanbul 4514282 8.20 "Measure forMeasure": Workshop 1
8.45 Race and Society: Artists and Photographers

: Thundercats

With Philippa Forrester. Phone [number removed]to play the TV game Maggot Moments. Stereo
Feline cartoon adventures.

: Jonny Briggs

Last episode of the serial from a story by Joan Eadington.
Jonny 's kite is nearly ready when Albert's water balloon battle starts off with a disaster.

Contributors

Story By: Joan Eadington.
Jonny: Richard Holian
Mam: Jane Lowe
Dad: Leslie Schofield
Rita: Sue Devaney

: The Movie Game

Presented by Jonathon Morris.

Contributors

Presented By: Jonathon Morris.

: Rugrats

Cartoon fun with the babies.

: Grange Hill

Another chance to see the second series, originally shown in 1979. Trisha agrees to help Simon.
Written by Margaret Simpson Devised by Phil Redmond

Contributors

Written By: Margaret Simpson
Unknown: Phil Redmond
Trisha Kates: Michelle Herbert
Simon Shaw: Paul Miller
Gary Hargreaves: Mark Farmer

: Blue Peter Omnibus

The best from last week.

: The OZone

Fast-moving music magazine. Today, a rare interview with pop group New Order, filmed at the shoot of their latest video.

: South of Westminster

Discussion of the week's main political news in the region.
Presented by Bruce Parker.

Contributors

Presented By: Bruce Parker.

: Around Westminster

The south east's political review. Presented by Susannah Simons , with reports by Jonathan Beale and Tim Friend. REGIONAL PROGRAMMES

Contributors

Presented By: Susannah Simons
Unknown: Jonathan Beale
Unknown: Tim Friend.

: Sunday Grandstand

Introduced by Bob Wilson.
Provisional Timetable
12.35 Motorcycling
1.40 Wimbledon
2.30 Motorcycling
3.00 Athletics
3.55 Racing
4. 10 Athletics
Athletics
Track Timetable
3.30 Men's 110m hurdles
3.40 Men's 200m
3.50 Women's 200m
4.15 Men's 800m
4.25 Women's 1500m
4.35 Men's 5,000m
5.00 Men's 3,000m steeplechase
5.20 Women's 10,000m
6.05Women's4x400m
6.15Men's4x400m
European Cup final from Rome's Olympic Stadium. Britain's men aim to repeat their victory at Gateshead four years ago and erase the memory of a controversial final defeat two years later by the Soviet Union. One of Britain's best gold medal prospects, sprint hurdler Colin Jackson , is in action today, as is Tom McKean in the 800m.
Among Britain's women medal hopes competing today is
Liz McColgan , who is running in the 10,000m. The competition concludes with the 4 x 400m relays.
Commentary by David Coleman , Stuart Storey , Paul Dickenson and Brendan Foster.
Racing
Budweiser Irish Derby from the Curragh. Commander in Chief bids for a place in the record books by winning both the English and Irish Derbys. Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan.
Motorcycling
HEAT Supercup International from Donington Park. Second round, with Jamie Whitham looking to add to his two first-round wins. Commentary by Barry Nutley and Roger Burnett.
Wimbledon
Tennis's match of the week.

Contributors

Introduced By: Bob Wilson.
Unknown: Colin Jackson
Unknown: Tom McKean
Unknown: Liz McColgan
Commentary By: David Coleman
Commentary By: Stuart Storey
Commentary By: Paul Dickenson
Commentary By: Brendan Foster.
Commentary By: Peter O'Sullevan.
Unknown: Jamie Whitham
Commentary By: Barry Nutley
Unknown: Roger Burnett.

: Prague - the City Where Time Stood Still

The Bohemian capital is in decay, with its architectural wonders under threat. And yet, ironically, it is also a boom city besieged by developers, multinationals and tourists.
This documentary coincides with the launch of the Prague Heritage Fund and asks how
Prague can be modernised and yet retain its rich architectural history. With contributions from HRH the Prince of Wales, President Vaclav Havel and film director Milos Forman , the film visits many examples of Prague's rich heritage and asks whether the city should be protected from the worst excesses of 20th-century development. Presented by John Tusa.
Director Eva Kolouchova Executive producer Nicholas Rossiter

Contributors

Unknown: Vaclav Havel
Director: Milos Forman
Presented By: John Tusa.
Director: Eva Kolouchova
Producer: Nicholas Rossiter

: Discovering Beethoven

The ebullient American conductor Michael Tilson
Thomas presents this musical journey back to the Vienna of 1800 where the young Beethoven is writing a new symphony on a heroic theme. With the help of the London Symphony Orchestra and a grand piano, Tilson Thomas demonstrates how the Eroica Symphony became a sort of musical journal for its composer, and manages to answer that eternal question: what does music mean?
Followed by a performance of the Eroica Symphony. Director John Michael Phillips

Contributors

Conductor: Michael Tilson
Piano: Tilson Thomas
Director: John Michael Phillips

: Moviedrome

Alex Cox introduces the first of a double-bill of cult movies.
Cry-Baby
Parody of 50s teen movies by cult director John Waters , starring Johnny Depp Amy Locane
1954: the young people of Baltimore are divided into the "Straights" and the "Drapes". Leader of the Drapes is Wade "Cry-Baby" Walker, son of the notorious "Alphabet Bomber". Moviedrome continues at
11.55pm with Lenny.
1990 subtmed
SEE FILMS pages

Contributors

Introduces: Alex Cox
Director: John Waters
Unknown: Johnny Depp
Unknown: Amy Locane
Wade “Cry-Baby Walker: Johnny Depp
Allison Vernon-Williams: Amy Locane
Ramona: Susan Tyrrell
Belvedere: Iggy Pop
Pepper: Ricki Lake
Wanda: Traci Lords

: Encounters

Dialogue in the Dark
Another chance to see Michael Ignatieff 's highly acclaimed drama that has inspired three new dramatised encounters (to be shown over the next three weeks) imagining confrontations between the famous and the dead.
Starring Alec McCowen David Rintoul
Edinburgh, 1776: after watching a public hanging and visiting a prostitute,
James Boswell visits the philospher
David Hume and discusses sex, religion and death.
Producer Aileen Forsyth Director Jonathan Miller

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Ignatieff
Unknown: Alec McCowen
Unknown: David Rintoul
Unknown: James Boswell
Unknown: David Hume
Producer: Aileen Forsyth
Director: Jonathan Miller
David Hume: Alec McCowen
James Boswell: David Rintoul
Peggy Irvine: Jennifer Piercey
Manservant: Alex McAvoy

: Moviedrome

Alex Cox introduces the second of tonight's cult movies.
Lenny
Bio-pic starring
Dustin Hoffman
Valerie Perrine
An uncompromising account of the life of Lenny Bruce - the controversial comedian who shocked audiences in the 60s with his fearless performances.
1974 B/W Subtitled
SEE FILMS pages 37-42
Moviedrome producer Nick Freand Jones MOVIEDROME GUIDE: send cheque/PO for£3.00, payable to BSS, to
[address removed].

Contributors

Introduces: Alex Cox
Unknown: Dustin Hoffman
Unknown: Valerie Perrine
Unknown: Lenny Bruce
Producer: Nick Freand Jones
Lenny Bruce: Dustin Hoffman
Honey Bruce: Valerie Perrine
Sally Marr: Jan Miner
Artie Silver: Stanley Beck








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