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: Open University

6.25 Tectonics and the Red Sea
6.50 How Electricity is Generated
7.15 Maths: Confidence
7.40 Michelangelo: The Last Judgment
8.5 Classical Greece: Sculpture
8.30 Mendelssohn's Dream
8.55 Introductory Electronics
9.20 The Promised Land: A Postscript, 2
9.45 A Sample Story of Country Folk
10.10 The National Interest
10.35 Calculus: Iteration and Convergence
11.0 Geology: Rock Textures
11.25 Einstein's Belief
11.50 School Closures in Berkshire
12.15 Maths Across the Curriculum
12.40 Chancellor's School
1.5 Polymer Engineering
1.30 History of Mathematics
1.55 The Management of Advancement?
2.20 The Plough and the Hoe: 1
2.45 Modern Art: Picasso

: Saturday Cinema: Paco

starring Jose Ferrer
Allen Garfield , Panchito Gomez
Little Paco longs to visit the big city of Bogota and meet his legendary relation Uncle Fermin. When his father dies, Paco at last receives a visit from Fermin, who tells him that his 'company is sought by all society'. Full of expectations, Paco makes his own way to Bogota, looking forward to meeting his favourite film star Santos. But his illusions are about to be shattered ...
Screenplay by ANDREW DAVIS Produced by ANDRE MARQUIS
Directed by ROBERT O'NEILL Films: page 16 (First showing on British television)

Contributors

Unknown: Jose Ferrer
Unknown: Allen Garfield
Unknown: Panchito Gomez
Unknown: Little Paco
Unknown: Andrew Davis
Produced By: Andre Marquis
Directed By: Robert O'Neill
Uncle Fermin: José Ferrer
Pompillio: Pernell Roberts
Padre: Allen Garfield
Santos: Andre Marquis
Paco: Panchito Gomez

: The Sky at Night

New Life for Solar Max

: World Snooker

The Embassy
World Professional Snooker Championship from the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
Fifteenth day
The Semi-finals (conclusion)
Today is decision day. This afternoon the first semi-final is being played to a finish with a nine-frame session the final nine of the best-of-31-frame match.
David Vine introduces the frames that mattered most and also has news of the remaining semi-final that was continued this morning.

Contributors

Presenter: David Vine

: The Million Dollar Motor Car

How would you manage in a car with four-wheel steering? That is just one of the new advances in the use of car electronics that you can see in The Million Dollar Motor Car.
Producer PETER FIRSTBROOK
A BBC/Open University production

Contributors

Producer: Peter Firstbrook

: News and Sport

with Jan Leeming ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Jan Leeming

: World Snooker

The Embassy World Professional Snooker Championship from the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
This afternoon the first semi-final was completed and the winner will be watching tonight's nine-frame session that will produce his opponent.
DAVID VINE will also be watching and introducing the frames.

: The Morte d'Arthur

by Sir Thomas Malory, edited by John Barton
Malory's prose masterpiece was written in 1470 while he was imprisoned in Newgate Jail. He wove together the many legends of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, and created the great romantic story of Arthur, the sword Excalibur, the treachery of his son Mordred, and the love of Lancelot for Arthur's Queen Guenevere, which has inspired painters, poets and writers throughout the centuries.
Feature: page 8 Woddis On: page 85

Contributors

Author: Sir Thomas Malory
Edited By: John Barton
Music composed by: Stephen Oliver
Costume: Ann Arnold
Make-up: Susie Bancroft
Lighting: Peter Booth
Designer: Gavin Davies
Producer: Robin Midgley
Devised and directed by: Gillian Lynn
King Arthur: Jeremy Brett
Queen Guenevere: Barbara Kellermann
Sir Lancelot: David Robb
Sir Mordred: Nickolas Grace
The Bishop of Canterbury: Anton Dolin
Sir Thomas Malory: John Barton
Sir Gawaine: Roland Alexander
Sir Bors: Roy Jones
Sir Agravaine: Frederick Warder
Sir Bedivere: Barrie Young
Sir Pettipace: Maurice Lane
Sir Gareth: Jona Jones
Sir Gaheris: Graeme Edler
Sir Urre: John Thornton
Queen: Val Meredok
Queen: Cheryl Pay
Queen: Judi Trott

: World Snooker

The Embassy
World Professional Snooker Championship from the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
The Semi-finals (conclusion)
Who are the finalists for the 1984 World Championships?
One is already known, the other is within a few frames of the final.
DAVID VINE introduces those frames.

: Rugby Special

The Middlesex Sevens
The final Saturday of the rugby season by tradition provides a festival of sevens rugby at Twickenham.
Last year's winners RICHMOND and runners-up LONDON WELSH are joined by guest sides HERIOT'S F.P. and BRIDGEND and the 12 qualifiers from the preliminary rounds.
Introduced by NIGEL STARMER-SMITH Commentator BILL MCLAREN
Director ALASTAIR scott
Series producer HUW JONES
Videos, Scotland's Grand Slam 1984 (BBCV 5021); Ireland's Triple Crown 1982 (BBCV 5018) available from retailers

Contributors

Introduced By: Nigel Starmer-Smith
Commentator: Bill McLaren
Director: Alastair Scott

: News Summary

Weather

: World Snooker

The Embassy World Professional Snooker Championship, from the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
DAVID VINE introduces further coverage, the results of tonight's semi-final and talks to tomorrow's finalists.








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