10.10 Resource Utilisation: Buy Less, Pay Less
10.35 International Marketing: Strategy
11.0 Value of an OU Degree
The Die Hards
A young doctor and his wife find prejudice hard to fight even among the sick and wounded.
In this week's exploration into BBCtv's film and videotape library
Chris Serle discovers - childhood. Find out what it was like to go Back to School in 1949, and in Special Enquiry how cold a 1955 classroom could get.
Joyce Grenfell as the classic school mistress explains to George that we don't do that, while Richard Dimbleby finds out what else we don't do at Marlborough College, in Portrait of a Public School, 1954. There's early children's viewing with Rag, Tag and Bobtail, Mr Pastry and Whacko, with a whistle in the dark from the Clangers. There's star guest Richard Stilgoe with a feast of memories of childhood, not forgetting Billy Bunter of Greyfriars with a feast of his own.
Assistant producers KINA MURRAY. TONY MUCKLOW Director NIGEL HAUNCH
Series producer ALBERT BARBER
Jonathan Miller talks to eminent psychologists - 12 people who contribute in very different ways to our understanding of the human mind.
Although psychoanalysis is usually associated with the work of Sigmund Freud , a number of psychologists have found themselves in disagreement with certain aspects of Freudian theory, and have developed their own 'variant' forms of analytic treatment. In this country the work of Melanie Klein , who became convinced of the importance of experiences in the first year of life, has been particularly influential.
Dr Hanna Segal , an analyst who worked closely with Melanie Klein , explains the basis of Kleinian analysis. Production
DAVID F. TURNBULL. PHILIP SPEIGHT
Introduced by Nigel Starmer-Smith
Stewart's Melville FP v Heriot's FP
Current leaders of the Schweppes Scottish League, Stewart's Melville take on their local rivals in an all-Edinburgh clash.
Highlights of that match, and BILL MCLAREN reports from the Borders on the match between second and third-placed Hawick and Kelso. Series producer HUW JONES
Charles Laughton Merle Oberon
In 1937 shooting began at Denham Studios on the late
Sir Alexander Korda 's epic to dwarf all epics, I, Claudius, from the book by Robert Graves. From the outset the production was hampered by difficulties and the film was finally abandoned when
Merle Oberon was badly injured in a car crash. The story of the frustration behind Korda's greatest gamble is told by Dirk Bogarde with contributions from
Josef Von Sternberg
Robert Graves , Eileen Corbett
Film editor BRIAN KEENE Written and produced by BILL DUNCALF
(A tribute to Robert Graves is on BBC2, tomorrow at 7.30pm)
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The Royal College of Physicians in Edinburgh is the setting for the second of the great set of String Quartets, Op 76.
The Takacs Quartet
Gabor Takacs-Nagy (violin) Karoly Schranz (violin) Gabor Ormai (viola) Andras Fejer (cello) play No 2 in D minor. Sound NORMAN CANLIN Lighting JOHN MCCAW
Producer MIKE NEWMAN BBC Scotland
The weekly analysis of issues and ideas presented by Bryan Magee. This week:
Professor Geoffrey Elton ,
Regius Professor of Modern History, Cambridge; Professor
Dr Wolfgang J. Mommsen , Professor of Modem History, Dusseldorf University; and Dr Gareth Stedman Jones , Fellow of Kings College and lecturer in history at Cambridge, ask - History: what questions should we be asking of the past"!
Researcher MARK HARRISON Studio director IAN PAUL
Producer AMANDA THEUNISSEN
Dr Wolfgang J.
Dr Gareth Stedman
World Professional Darts Championship The Final
This evening, for the first time from the stage of the Lakeside Country Club,
BBCtv presents live coverage of the whole of the final of the most coveted darts tournament in the world. Can ERIC BRISTOW win the title for a fifth time, or will JOHN LOWE be there to try to overcome the 'big man' after his defeats in last year's World and British Professional finals? Whoever is on stage tonight will be playing to a capacity audience, a sell-out two months ago, and for a first prize ofE12,000 and the prestige of World
TONY GUBBA sets the scene and commentators
SID WADDELL and TONY GREEN describe the action.
NICK HUNTER. KEITH MACKENZIE Producer KEITH PHILLIPS
The Men's Downhill and Men Slalom from West Germany
The Bavarian Alps provide the spectacular backdrop to this weekend's World
Partenkirchen DAVID VINE describes the first men's downhill of 1986, while the slalom skiers are on Jenner mountain at Berchtesgaden, one of the short-listed sites for the 1992 Winter Olympic Games. Plus the climax of ski jumping's Four Hills
Tournament - RON PICKERING reports from Bischofshofen. Television presentation
ARD and ZDF. WEST GERMANY Producer JIM RESIDE
The Forgotten Garden
Once glorious with exotic blooms, an abandoned Oxfordshire garden is repossessed by nature. The gardener has gone and in his absence the manicured lawn, borders, and trellises have been choked by a jungle of bindweed, nettles and ivy. But there is order here - no plagues of pests as predators and prey exist in uneasy harmony. Unsprayed and unharmed, new life flourishes. Spindly harvestmen, designed to inspire the creators of science fantasy, forage for carrion, wasps construct paper nests, slow-worms engage in sinuous embrace, and bank voles play hide-and-seek with the farm cat.
Written and narrated by Barry Paine
Photography JAMES GRAY. TONY ALLEN Film editor PETER SIMKINS
Produced by MICHAEL BRIGHT Series editor PETER JONES BBC Bristol
Ninth in a series of 12 films about life in the Soviet Union. Sumgait Strikers
Ragim Magerramov is the trainer of the strikers at the Lenin Pipe Rolling Mill - on the pitch, that is, not the picket line. For despite the harsh conditions in the factory, industrial action in the Soviet Union is virtually unheard of. Here the unions are busy providing a variety of services for the workers, among which the football club is extremely popular.
The film follows the lives of the trainer and his team at work, at home and in their struggle to wrest the Sumgait Town Championship from the seemingly invincible men from the Synthetic Rubber Factory.
Photography COLIN MUNN Sound MORTON HARDAKER Editor TONY HEAVEN
Producer RICHARD DENTON
Presented by Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton
How did British industry come to lose the leadership of the world? For decades our manufacturing has been in retreat, but the backers of Industry Year believe that decline can - and must be stopped. Tonight The Money Programme asks whether making things still matters to Britain's future - and investigates how our industrial heartland has grappled with the problem of recession. In the studio
Brian Widlake challenges the leaders of British industry to provide their solutions. Studio director DON HARLEY Producer VICTOR MARMION Editor JONATHAN CRANE
BBC2 will continue to mark Industry Year throughout the next 12 months. Starting this Wednesday at
8.0 pm there's another chance to see the acclaimed series All Our Working Lives.
Ten films about contemporary architecture 1: Doubts and Reassessment For decades it has seemed as if our architectural legacy to the future will be the squalor and ugliness of the modem city. After years of dictating the look of the environment, a kind of infamy is now attached to architecture.
But at last there are signs of hope - architects are learning from the mistakes of the past. An adventurous new spirit has produced new shapes and forms. Architects are no longer afraid to use colour and ornament, and throughout the world the bland and monotonous are beginning to be replaced by the bold and exuberant.
This programme introduces the distinctive work of three young architectural groups who have done much to make architecture acceptable: Team Zoo from Tokyo,
Arquitectonica from Miami and Helmut Jahn from
Chicago, with contributions from 1. M. Pei , Philip Johnson Richard Meier , James Stirling and Richard Rogers. Film cameramen
JOHN MCGLASHAN. JOHN GOODYER Film editor PAT O'GRADY
Associate producer ROGER LAST
Written and produced by PETER ADAM
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Screenplay by MICHAEL THOMAS
From the novel by JOHN BOWEN starring
Hatcher is a film critic and he's seen too many movies. So when he looks from his rear window and sees a blonde menacing the old lady opposite, it's all too familiar. He gets rapidly and fatally drawn into a mangled net of blackmail, violence and evil deeds in high places - just like the kind of film he loves reviewing. But this time the danger's all too real, or is it?
Music by RICHARD HARTLEY Costume designer ANUSHIA NIERADZIK
Production designer JIM CLAY Photography JOHN WALKER Film editor CLARE DOUGLAS Produced by KENITH TRODD Directed by COLIN BUCKSEY
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