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: News Summary

with subtitles, followed by Weather

: World Chess Championship

Jeremy James introduces this week's coverage of the World Chess Championship in Moscow, with expert commentary from Bill Hartston.
Producer RICHARD VAUGHAN

Contributors

Introduces: Jeremy James
Unknown: Bill Hartston.
Producer: Richard Vaughan

: Star Trek

starring
The Apple
Beautiful scenery, limitless food and immortality for its natives: Kirk discovers a Garden of Eden where life could not be more perfect - or less like living. But who will play the snake to free the people of Paradise from their innocence and slavish following of their ruler, Vaal?
(R)

Contributors

Kirk: William Shatner
Mr Spock: Leonard Nimoy
Dr McCoy: Deforest Kelley
Scott: James Doohan
Chekov: Walter Koenig

: Open University

6.30 Geometry: Klein
6.55 Standing Waves and Energy Levels
9.0 Pages from Ceefax

: The Adventure Game

The greatest game shown on Arg. Featuring the Black
Hole, your Drogna sweetheart Angord, and the Great Crystal of Arg.
This week's earth visitors: Sandra Dickinson
Chris Serle , Adam Tandy Resident Argonds:
Director CHRISTOPHER TANDY Producer IAN OLIVER (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Sandra Dickinson
Unknown: Chris Serle
Unknown: Adam Tandy
Producer: Ian Oliver
His Highness: Kenny Baker
Gnoard: Charmian Gradwell
Gandor: Christopher Leaver
Dagnor: Bill Homewood

: The Taste of Health

Eight programmes presented by Judith Hann
2: Everyday Eating In this series top restaurateurs, famous food writers and cookery experts make dishes that aren't 'naughty but nice' but 'nice but not naughty'.
Today Judith meets Michael Quinn , formerly head chef at the Ritz; Latin American food expert Elisabeth Lambert Ortiz; and cooking teacher
Lyn Hall , who demonstrate a wide variety of interesting dishes for everyday eating. Director CLARE BRIGSTOCKE Producer JENNY ROGERS
0 DELIA: page 79

Contributors

Presented By: Judith Hann
Unknown: Michael Quinn
Unknown: Elisabeth Lambert
Unknown: Lyn Hall
Producer: Jenny Rogers

: Open Space

On the Word of a Supergrass To the Royal Ulster
Constabulary they are'converted terrorists', to the Republican community they are 'paid perjurers', to the families of the men and women they name for arrest they are liars 'greedy for money'. As one Loyalist supergrass himself admits, they are willing to make false depositions to achieve a reduction in sentence for their own crimes and the promise of a new life. In this programme the Republican
'Relatives for Justice' and the Loyalist 'Families for Legal Rights' groups are seen campaigning for an end to the supergrass system. The lives of many who have been found innocent after years on remand have been blighted. A growing number of outraged lawyers and politicians say that juryless courts convicting on such dubious evidence is not a system fit to be called justice. Reporter
Nuala O'Faolain
Drawings by LINDA KITSON
Film camerman MIKE WILKIE Film editor HOWARD SHARP
Executive producer TONY LARYEA Producer PETER LEE WRIGHT * FEATURE: page 13

Contributors

Unknown: Nuala O'Faolain
Unknown: Linda Kitson
Unknown: Mike Wilkie
Producer: Tony Laryea
Producer: Peter Lee Wright

: The New Statesman

by DOUGLAS WATKINSON starring Windsor Davies Anna Dawson
To the embarrassment of his family, George is behaving as if he ruled the world, but he is Painfully ignorant about how to take his seat in the House of Lords.
Designer DINAH WALKER , Produced and directed by DAVID ASKEY

Contributors

Unknown: Douglas Watkinson
Unknown: Windsor Davies
Unknown: Anna Dawson
Designer: Dinah Walker
Directed By: David Askey
George Vance: Windsor Davies
Enid Vance: Anna Dawson
Robert Vance: Sean Chapman
Lecturer: Julian Curry
Butler: Paul Beech
Annie: Tracey Bovingdon

: Alec Clifton-Taylor's English Towns

Devizes, Wiltshire
Devizes no longer has its
12th-century castle and on the site is 'a pantomime recreation of the Victorian
Period'. It retains its medieval street plan and the original castle's enormous outer bailey has become the largest market place in the west of England. In 1810 the Kennet and Avon Canal was opened - the Devizes flight of 29 locks is the second longest in England. Bath stone was able to travel as never before and in its heyday the canal changed the face of the town. Photography COLIN WALDECK Producer JANE COLES (R)

: Nana Mouskouri in Athens

Last summer the international singing star returned to Greece to sing in the ancient Herodes Atticus
Theatre situated at the foot ot the Acropolis.
This first of two programmes shows her not only in concert, singing in her own country for the first time in 20 years, but also on location, reflecting in words and music on her early life, the history of her homeland and a career that has made her famous worldwide,
(Part 2 tomorrow at 10.0pm)

: Newsnight

including reports from the Liberal Assembly in Dundee. Peter Snow and Vincent Hanna report on the debates and the issues they raised.

Contributors

Unknown: Vincent Hanna

: Weatherview

: Open University

Materials: An Eye for an Eye
When teddy-bears go blind, who s to blame?








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