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: Open University

Arts: Romanticism

: Cricket

The NatWest Bank Trophy Semi-finals
BBC Television is covering both of today's semi-finals. TONY LEWIS introduces the whole of this morning's play from the second semi-final. Commentators RICHIE BENAUD, JIM LAKER, TOM GRAVENEY, RAY ILLINGWORTH, TED DEXTER and BOB WILLIS
Television presentation BOB DUNCAN, MIKE ADLEY, ALAN GRIFFITHS
Producer KEITH MACKENZIE
(The first semi-final is on BBC1)
Video,Botham's Ashes, BBCV/BBCB 5015, from retailers

Contributors

Introduces: Tony Lewis
Commentators: Richie Benaud
Commentators: Jim Laker
Unknown: Tom Graveney
Unknown: Ted Dexter
Unknown: Bob Willis
Unknown: Bob Duncan
Unknown: . Mike Adley
Unknown: Alan Griffiths
Producer: Keith MacKenzie

: Cricket

The NatWest Bank Trophy Semi-finals
TONY LEWIS and PETER WEST introduce further coverage and the results of both today's semi-finals.

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Lewis

: What a Picture!

Morgan Cross shares the photographic memories of interesting personalities.
Tonight: the actor who plays the world's longest surviving radio character, Philip
Archer, Norman Painting. Director JOHN TAYLOR Producer MIKE DERBY

Contributors

Unknown: Norman Painting.
Director: John Taylor
Producer: Mike Derby

: Wildlife Showcase

A series of eight prize-winning films from different parts of the world.
7: Where Fish Stand in Line This fascinating film, made by ROLF MOLTGEN of West Germany, was very highly acclaimed at the Wildscreen 84 Festival.
Not all predatory fish are feared by smaller ones.
Cleaner fish are allowed to swim between the jaws, teeth and gills of the predators without being gobbled up - it's a privilege only they can enjoy because of the valet services they provide.
Small fish and shrimps carry out their chores on the coral reefs off the Maldive Islands, where Moltgen conducted a few experiments. How do fish react to a dummy cleaner? How sick do predatory fish become if their bodies are not regularly cleaned by parasites?
BBCtv presentation by GEORGE INGER BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Rolf Moltgen
Presentation By: George Inger

: Dangerous Company

concludes the season of television films dealing with controversial subjects. starring
Beau Bridges Carlos Brown
Ray Johnson spent one month of his life committing crimes and 27 years in prison paying for his misdemeanours. This powerful film is based on Johnson's account of his life and that of his partner in crime from the age of 14, Robin Robinett. The extraordinary story follows Johnson's change of heart and his rehabilitation, which took the form of his work helping other convicts. It raises the issue as to whether imprisonment is the only answer to crime ...
Screenplay by CHRISTOPHER KEANE produced by BILL FINNEGAN
Directed by LAMONT JOHNSON
(First showing on British television)
0 FILMS: page 16

Contributors

Unknown: Beau Bridges
Unknown: Carlos Brown
Unknown: Ray Johnson
Unknown: Robin Robinett.
Unknown: Christopher Keane
Produced By: Bill Finnegan
Directed By: Lamont Johnson
Ray Johnson: Beau Bridges
Robin Robinett: Carlos Brown
Janet Brody: Karen Carlson
Ray's Mother: Jan Sterling
Bill Washington: Kene Holliday
Denny Brody: Ralph MacChio
Dr Boone: Max Wright
Mr Hikaru: Shizuko Hoshi
Mrs Hikaru: Dale Ishimoto
Jeremy Blake: Chris Mulkey

: Harty Goes to ... Edinburgh

Out and about with the handheld camera - Harty in the streets or anywhere else where the action is. If it's happening in Edinburgh he'll find it.

: Newsnight

John Tusa , Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick with Jenni Murray , Olivia O'Leary and Ian Smith present the reports and interviews that matter with the analysis that counts. Producers HOWARD ANDERSON JANA BENNETT. MIKE ROBINSON
Directors JOHN WILKINSON , CHRIS FOX Assignment editors
NICK GUTHRIE. TOM ROBERTS
Deputy editor JOHN MAHONEY Editor RICHARD TAIT

Contributors

Unknown: John Tusa
Unknown: Peter Snow
Unknown: Donald MacCormick
Unknown: Jenni Murray
Unknown: Olivia O'Leary
Unknown: Ian Smith
Producers: Howard Anderson
Producers: Jana Bennett.
Producers: Mike Robinson
Directors: John Wilkinson
Unknown: Nick Guthrie.
Unknown: Tom Roberts
Editor: John Mahoney
Editor: Richard Tait

: Weatherview

: Cricket

The NatWest Bank Trophy Semi-finals
PETER WEST and TONY LEWIS introduce highlights of both of today's semi-finals.

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Lewis

: Open University

12.10 Electronics: A Study in Design Before you can design a piece of equipment, you must first define its function. This programme is a case-study in top-down design in the printing industry.
12.35 Biology: Phloem
Aphids puncture the food tubes of a plant and are force-fed with sugary sap. flowing through living filaments of phloem tissue.








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