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: Open University

S.5 Seventeenth-Century England. 6.55
Geology: Interpreting Sediments. 7.20 Images of the Holy. 7.45 Mining in Ireland: 3.

: Gharbar

LALITA AHMED discusses the role of mothers in educating children With SWARAN TALWAR, SAMINA MIR and PRABH'A AMIN.
A kathak dance in Moghul Court is provided by UMA SHANKAR.
Producer KRISHAN COULD
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Unknown: Lalita Ahmed
Provided By: Uma Shankar.

: Play School

: Closedown

: Open University

1230 The Pre-School Child: Give and Take. 12.55 Childhood 5-10: Family Matters.

: Cricket

The Benson and Hedges Cup
Semi-finals
PETER WEST introduces coverage
A BBC videobook Botham's Ashes (BBCV 5015) is available from retailers or by ringing Teledata [number removed]

: Christian Community in County Clare

This film looks at the community by following the daily work of the Catholic priest.
A BBC/Open University production

: SOS Coast Guard

3: The Gas Chamber
Aided by the giant, Thorg, who is completely under his domination, the half-mad Boroff continues his struggle to recover the vital arnatite.

: The Great Egg Race

Presented by Charlotte Allen
Heinz Wolff and his guest judge Professor Michael French take to the court to judge tonight's problem-how to construct an automatic badminton server.
Taking part are teams from RNEC Manadon, The Central School of Art and Design in London and the British Engineerium, Hove.

Contributors

Presented By: Charlotte Allen
Presented By: Heinz Wolff
Unknown: Professor Michael French

: Junior Pot Black

BBC2 Snooker Championship
Frame two in the qualifying round featuring Stephen Hendry (Fife). 1983 British Junior Under-16 Champion v Nicolas Pearce (Gloucester), 1983 British Junior Under-16 Runner-up

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Hendry

: Six Fifty-five

The Oscar-winning star of Gandhi, Ben Kingsley , and his stage director wife. Alison Sutcliffe , are among the guests in today's programme. The hosts are Sally James , Paul Cola and Bob Langley.

Contributors

Unknown: Ben Kingsley
Unknown: Alison Sutcliffe
Unknown: Sally James
Unknown: Paul Cola
Unknown: Bob Langley.

: News Summary

with subtitles, followed by Weather

: Travel Show

Paul Heiney and Lucie Skeaping with news and features plus vital information for everybody going on holiday this summer. Holiday currencies - what's your pound worth today? Traffic Jam of the Week. Buy it there or take it with you? This week for those on self-catering holidays - instant coffee. Weather facts and forecasts from Jim Bacon including Britain's sunniest and cloudiest resorts this week.
Studio director JULIET MAY Producer ROGER MACDONALD
Executive producer ALAN DOBSON

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Heiney
Unknown: Lucie Skeaping
Unknown: Jim Bacon
Producer: Roger MacDonald
Producer: Alan Dobson

: Newseries Wheels of Fire

Ten films about development issues in India
1: Call your Centre People for Help
' We felt that if you went into a village and you found that everyone was for your project, the rich and the poor. the exploiter and the exploited, then there was something wrong with the project.' The Centre is in the village of Tilonia in Rajasthan, headquarters of one of the most successful experiments in rural development in India. By concentrating its projects on the poorest, most exploited members of society, especially women, Tilonia has managed to change their lives for the better. But it's also encouraged such people to see that they can change the society in which they live. The film looks at the effect which Tilonia has had on their lives-on the Reser leather war. kers, on the landless Bagrias, on women like Mangi and Naurti.
Photography DAVID SWAN
Film editor RICHARD SPURWAY Directed by JULIAN STENHOUSE Produced by HOWARD SMITH ,
(Part 2 is shown tomorrow at 7.40 pm) I

Contributors

Editor: Richard Spurway
Directed By: Julian Stenhouse
Produced By: Howard Smith

: Film Buff of the Year

A movie quiz, devised, written and presented by Robin Ray. Contestants this week are from Selby, Glasgow, Cardiff and Manchester.
Their special areas are: Spencer Tracy , RKO films 1930-40. Marlene Dietrich and Westerns of the 1970s.
Film editor/researcher MALCOLM ILLINGWORTH
Directed by PAUL LOOSLET Produced by JOHN BUTTERY

Contributors

Presented By: Robin Ray.
Unknown: Spencer Tracy
Unknown: Marlene Dietrich
Unknown: Malcolm Illingworth
Directed By: Paul Looslet
Produced By: John Buttery

: The Waiting War

written by MAGGIE WADEY
Anne, Karen and Judy have a common bond-their husbands are aboard HMS Sheffield, heading for the Falklands. Though their daily routine with children and home continues as normal, inevitably, as the crisis worsens so too do their innermost fears. When the unthinkable happens and Sheffield is hit, the ordeal back home, waiting for news, is one no one predicted.
Research ROBERT RANDELL Designer STANLEY MORRIS Producer RUTH CALEB Director TONY SMITH
Executive producer JOHN PURDIE

Contributors

Written By: Maggie Wadey
Producer: Ruth Caleb
Director: Tony Smith
Producer: John Purdie
Anne Hill: Rachel Bell
Robert Hill: William Peel
Carol: Sarah Stephenson
Val Phillips: Maggie McArthy
Karen Brady: Lesley Clare O'Neill
Eve Brady: Eve Petcher
Christine Hill: Josephine Olly
Judy Price: Yvonne Nicholson
Peter Price: Tan Bura
Stuart Price: Rupert Baderman
Chaplain Ford: Tony Doyle
Sandra: Judi Lamb
CPO Turner: Derrick O'Connor
Wren Leslie Newton (Family Services): Hazel Clyne
Controller, Barham Block: Sydney Livingstone
Sue: Alison Groves
Molly: Sheila Vivian
WRN Telephonist: June Page
Lt Barham Block: Graham Padden
Bill: Danny Schiller
Newspaper reporter: Joanna MacKie
Rating telephonist, Information Centre: Peter Denyer
Television reporter: Ian Brimble
Cdre Spencer: Mark Brackenbury
CPO David Hill: Jake D'Arcy

: Cricket

Benson and Hedges Cup highlights

: Newsnight

: * am Open University

11.5* BART 5: Systems Interactions
The new subway system in San Francisco gave the area a new cohesion.
12.15 Materials Engineering: A Cut Above. The production of hacksaw blades.








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