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: Open University

6.40 Frequency Analysis

7.5 Filament Organisation in Muscles

7.30 The Sense Organs

: Closedown

: Gharbar

The aim of this magazine programme for Asian women is to provide advice and information on matters of interest to them. It also includes demonstrations of how to make useful items of everyday use at home, sewing and cooking, a story for children and an item of popular music.
Producer ASHOK RAMPAL Director KRISHAN GOULD BBC Birmingham
Write to: Gharbar, Asian Unit, BBC, Pebble Mill Road, Birmingham BS 7QQ, with your comments and suggestions.

Contributors

Producer: Ashok Rampal
Director: Krishan Gould

: Closedown

: Play School

: Snooker

Fhe Embassy World Professional Snooker Championship
Quarter-final Day rhe most eventful day of the Championship with all four quarter-final matches being completed today.
DAVID VINE introduces live coverage of the morning's play. Commentators TED LOWE
JACK KARNEHM , CLIVE EVERTON
Producers NICK HUNTER , RICHARD TILLING BILL TAYLOR , KEITH PHILLIPS

Contributors

Commentators: Ted Lowe
Commentators: Jack Karnehm
Producers: Nick Hunter
Producers: Richard Tilling
Producers: Bill Taylor
Producers: Keith Phillips

: Racing from Ascot

2.0 The Aimers Coffee Stakes (Old Mile)
2.30 The Sagaro Stakes (2 miles)
3.5 The Autobar Victoria Cup (Handicap. 7f)
Kampala, trained by Peter Wal wyn, is a strong fancy for this famous ' listed ' race worth over £10,000 to the winner.
3.40 The White Rose Stakes (11 miles)
Introduced by JULIAN WILSON Commentators
PETER O'SULLEVAN , JIMMY LINDLEY
Television presentation JOHN MCNICHOLAS

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Wal
Introduced By: Julian Wilson
Commentators: Peter O'Sullevan
Unknown: John McNicholas

: Snooker

The Embassy World Professional Snooker Championship
Further coverage from Sheffield as the quarter-finals continue.

: Open University

4.50 Properties of Enzymes: 2

5.15 Caffeine Project

5.40 Patterns of Inequality

6.5 Dial-a-Bus

6.30 Music and Images

: Snooker

Frame of the Day
DAVID VINE reports with the latest news of the quarter-finals.

Contributors

Unknown: David Vine

: Mid-Evening News

including a news summary with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
News and information for the deaf on Ceelax page 169

: Chronicle

The New Zimbabwe
Earlier this month Rhodesia finally became Zimbabwe. The political tensions and political battles have received massive television and press coverage. But despite this we know little more today of the country's seven million Africans than the white settler who wrote in 1897: '... we know nothing of their past history, who they were or where they came from'.
This film, which includes an interview with Robert Mugabe , looks at the history and culture of Zimbabwe mainly through the eyes of black Africa. It examines the ruined city of Great Zimbabwe itself and asks why the medieval African empire declined so that Europeans, arriving in 1890, found only decay and stagnation. With the reassertion of independence, to what extent will the new Zimbabwe return to traditional lifestyles and attitudes in the aftermath of while rule?
Film cameraman REMI ADEFERASIN Film editor ALAN CODDINGTON Producer BEN SHEPHARD
Series editor BRUCE NORMAN

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Mugabe
Editor: Alan Coddington
Producer: Ben Shephard
Editor: Bruce Norman

: Snooker

The Embassy World Professional Snooker Championship
Quarter-final Day
DAVID VINE reports with tne results of the two matches that finished earlier today, and the latest news of the matches in play this evening.

Contributors

Unknown: David Vine

: Midweek Movie: Anna Karenina

starring
Greta Garbo
Fredric March
Tonight's love story is set in Russia and is the most famous of the 15 screen versions of Tolstoy's story of a woman who leaves a marriage of convenience for a great romance.
For ten years, Anna has been resigned to her loveless marriage to the Count Karenin, reserving all her tenderness for her young son. Then a chance meeting with the dashing Count Vronsky wakens a new emotion in her.
Screenplay by CLEMENCE DANE and SALKA VIERTEL
Based on a novel by COUNT LEO TOLSTOY Produced by DAVID O. SELZNICK Directed by CLARENCE BROWN
. Films: page 9

Contributors

Unknown: Greta Garbo
Play By: Clemence Dane
Novel By: Count Leo
Directed By: Clarence Brown
Anna Karenina: Greta Garbo
Vronsky: Fredric March
Sergei: Freddie Bartholomew
Kitty: Maureen O'Slxlivan
Countess Vronsky: May Robson
Karenin: Basil Rathbone
Stiva: Reginald Owen
Yashvin: Reginald Denny
Dolly: Phoebe Foster
Levin: Giles Isham

: Newsnight

PETER SNOW, CHARLES WHEELER , JOHN TUSA and PETER HOBDAY present an informed account of what's happening in the world: special reports from the BBC's correspondents at home and abroad, investigations by Newsnight's own team of reporters into what's going on behind the headlines, the latest news and weather forecast from FRAN MORRISON , plus sports results from DAVID DAVIES.

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Wheeler
Unknown: John Tusa
Unknown: Peter Hobday
Unknown: Fran Morrison
Unknown: David Davies.

: Snooker

Further coverage, and the results of all four quarter-final matches.
Producer NICK HUNTER

Contributors

Producer: Nick Hunter








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