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: Open University

6.50 Ethnic Minorities: Punjab to Britain
7.15 Sociology: The Home -Castle or Cage?
7.40 The Making of the Open University
8.5 Classical Greece
8.30 Computing at the Royal Bank of Scotland
8.55 Maths Methods: Resonance and Damping
9.20 Cogs in the Wheel?
9.45 Maths: 'Real' Exponential Functions
10.10 Pure Maths: Linear Equations
10.35 Maths: The Genetics Game
11.0 The Value of an ou degree
11.25 Control of Education in Britain
11.50 Biology: Intermediary Metabolism
12.15 pm Perception: Cues and Schemas
12.40 North Westminster Community School
1.5 The Madonna di San Biagio
1.30 Engineering Mechanics: Statics
1.55 Religion: The Mindful Way
2.20 Modern Art: Seurat
2.45 Reconstruction of the Bankside Theatres

: Bridge Club

Introduced by Jeremy James with Jeremy Flint
Director LINDA MCCARTHY Producer MARK PATTERSON

Contributors

Introduced By: Jeremy James
Unknown: Jeremy Flint
Director: Linda McCarthy
Producer: Mark Patterson

: Master Photographers

5: Andre" Kertisz Kertesz's work goes back to almost the beginning of the century. Born in Budapest, he now lives in New York where this conversation was filmed. A friend of Chagall, Mondrian and Colette, Kertesz talks to Peter Adam about the Paris of the 20s his early life in Hungary and the bitter and long battle for acceptance in America.
Another grand master of the camera....
(THE GUARDIAN)
Exquisite.... (TIME OUT) Film editor JEFF SHAW
Producer PETER ADAM

Contributors

Producer: Peter Adam

: Horizon

How to Film the Impossible Behind the scenes with the cinema's special effects technicians.
Narrator Roger Mills
Horizon editor GRAHAM MASSEY Written and produced by EDWARD GOLDWYN

Contributors

Editor: Graham Massey
Produced By: Edward Goldwyn

: Prince - In Syracuse

A Whistle Test satellite special
Prince - is he a pretentious poseur or the pretender to the throne of American rock? His high-profile appearance at the recent BPI Awards would suggest the former, but reports from the USA indicate an explosive talent. His phenomenal success in the States has made Prince one of the world's most sought after artists.
In the early hours of this morning, his concert in Syracuse, New York State, was beamed live to German television's Rockpalast and BBCtv's Whistle Test. With no tour of Europe planned this may be the only chance for a British audience to see his stage performance. Introduced by David Hepworth
TV presentation MICHAEL APPLETON

Contributors

Introduced By: David Hepworth
Unknown: Michael Appleton

: News Review

with Jan Leeming Plus subtitles.
Editor BOB MCDOUGALL

Contributors

Unknown: Jan Leeming
Editor: Bob McDougall

: The Money Programme

Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton present the last in the present series with LUKE CASEY,
NICK CLARKE and MARK ROGERSON The Nuclear Ghostbusters:
Decommissioning old atomic power stations is creating a profitable new industry.
What Price History? A report from one of Britain's top museums on the rising cost of paying for the past. Director DON HARLEY
Deputy editor MICHAEL HOGAN Editor RICHARD TAIT

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Widlake
Unknown: Valerie Singleton
Unknown: Nick Clarke
Unknown: Mark Rogerson
Director: Don Harley
Editor: Michael Hogan
Editor: Richard Tait

: In Search of the Trojan War

written and presented by Michael Wood
6: The Fall of Troy Homer says the Greek heroes came home from
Troy to an era of death and destruction. Dramatic finds from the late Bronze Age chart the decline and fall of great places all over the Aegean as empires collapse into a Dark Age. Does this time of turmoil hold vital clues for the search? Can the legend finally be reconciled with the archaeology?
Film editor ROY NEWTON
Executive producer COLIN ADAMS Producer BILL LYONS BBC Manchester

Contributors

Presented By: Michael Wood
Unknown: Troy Homer
Editor: Roy Newton
Producer: Colin Adams

: Harty Goes to.... Oxford

The Valentino Ball - there's a touch of romance in the air as the students celebrate the end of the Hilary term. Russell Harty observes all. BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown: Russell Harty

: The Coppola Connection: Apocalypse Now

opens a major season of films by one of Hollywood's greatest directors starring
Vietnam: a US army captain is given a 'mission to kill'. His assignment is to track down the renegade Colonel Kurtz who has established his own 'empire' in the jungle. Freely adapted from JOSEPH CONRAD 'S novel Heart of Darkness, this film proved to be one of the definitive studies of men in war, depicted through the Captain's almost surreal odyssey in search of his victim. Magnificently photographed and staged, this is one of the director's most remarkable and powerful films.
Screenplay by JOHN milius and FRANCIS COPPOLA
Produced and directed by FRANCIS COPPOLA
(First showing on British television)
#FILMS: page 23

Contributors

Unknown: Joseph Conrad
Unknown: John Milius
Unknown: Francis Coppola
Directed By: Francis Coppola
Colonel Kurtz: Marlon Brando
Lt Colonel Kilgore: Robert Duvall
Captain Willard: Martin Sheen
Chef: Frederic Forrest
Chief: Albert Hall
Lance: Sam Bottoms
Clean: Larry Fishburne
Photo-journalist: Dennis Hopper
General: G D Spradlin
Colonel: Harrison Ford
Civilian: Jerry Ziesmer
Colby: Scott Glenn
MP Sergeant: Bo Byers
Kilgore's gunner: James Keane
Mike from San Diego: Kerry Rossall
Injured soldier: Ron McQueen
Supply sergeant: Tom Mason
Playmate of the Year: Cynthia Wood
Playmates: Colleen Camp
Playmates: Linda Carpenter
Soldier in trench: Jack Thibeau

: Pat Benatar In Concert

'I guess if I had to pick the one thing I really love the most, it would be live performance.'
Pat Benatar , three-times Grammy winner for Best Rock Vocal Performance, with two platinum albums in 1983 alone, is a 'rising star' in the rock music firmament. Tonight she does what she loves the most in a concert recorded in America.
Included in her performance 'Shadows of the night', 'Love is a battlefield', 'Fire and ice' and 'Hell is for children'. Produced by RICHARD FIELDS and RICK NEWMAN

Contributors

Unknown: Pat Benatar
Produced By: Richard Fields
Unknown: Rick Newman








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