8.40 Science Preparatory Maths: Angles
8.55 Women Speaking
9.45 Children's Drawings
10.10 Casting a Bronze Statuette
10.35 Gravity and the Stars
11.0 Countdown to the OU: 4
11.25 Maths Across the Curriculum
11.50 Panel Painting
12.15 Marketing in Action: Launching Neptune
12.40 Understanding Pregnancy: Birth
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Walter Connolly Tim Holt
Ginger Rogers stars as a poor but honest New York girl who meets an unhappy middle-aged millionaire in Central Park. When she moves into his house as his personal assistant the family are scandalised, but she succeeds unwittingly in bringing happiness into all their lives and even her own.
Screenplay by ALLAN SCOTT Produced and directed by GREGORY LACAVA
Ginger Rogers Barry Nelson
A beautiful New York business woman, Rose Gillray , sets out on a tour of the Wild West to sen a revolutionary type of ladies' underwear. This is enough to start some full-scale feudin' and fightin'and does. This captivating comedy with music stars
Ginger as the enterprising corset saleswoman who so unsuspectingly answers the call 'Go West, young woman'.
Screenplay by DEVERY FREEMAN and STEPHEN LONGSTREET Produced and directed by ARTHUR LUBIN
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The Benson and Hedges Masters
TONY KNOWLES. TERRY GRIFFITHS ,
KIRK STEVENS were the main contenders for this afternoon's 11-frame match. Can Cliff Thorburn maintain his consistency and reach yet another final?
DAVID ICKE introduces further coverage from the Wembley Conference Centre.
Commentators TED LOWE
CLIVE EVERTON Summarisers
JIM MEADOWCROFT , JOHN VIRGO Producers
KEITH MACKENZIE. ALAN GRIFFITHS Executive producer NICK HUNTER
Video: The People's Champion BBCV/B 5017 from retailers
A series of 20 programmes for beginners in German.
14: This second programme about Bamberg shows the uneasy compromise between people and cars, town and country, and the effect of exhaust fumes and acid rain on the surrounding trees and forests.
Presented by Hanni Vanhaiden
Film director GILL BARNES
Producer MADDALENA FAGANDIM (Shoum last Sunday)
Book £5.95, three cassettes £3. 75 each, and Notes for Teachers £3.25 from booksellers or BBC Publications
The Mould, The Myth and The Microbe
The true story of penicillin - toppling the myth of its discovery and development by Sir Alexander Fleming. Narrator Paul Vaughan Written and produced by DAVID DUGAN and OLIVER MORSE
The news of the day and the week.
Jan Leeming with today's latest news and sport. And
Moira Stuart reviews a week of news in pictures - with subtitles. Weather
for the Marley Trophy
Two of the world's greatest professional golfers, Arnold Palmer and Gary Player , are joined by comedian Jimmy Tarbuck and James Bond , alias Sean Connery.
Introduced by Peter Alliss Assistant producers
DEREK MARTIN , DENIS KELLY Television presentation
RICHARD TILLING. ALASTAIR SCOTT Executive producer HAROLD ANDERSON
The first of two programmes Follies: Four Days in New York Broadway, 6 September 1985.
A unique concert performance of Stephen Sondheim 's Follies, a cult musical ever since it was first staged in 1971, with a top line cast that would never be assembled for a normal theatre run. This film follows four hectic days of rehearsal for the gala concert, and shows highlights from one of Broadway's most memorable nights. After the show, Carol Burnett said 'It was like being shot out of a cannon', and the New York Times reported,
'The audience simply erupted into pandemonium'.
The principal performers are Lee Remick
George Hearn Barbara Cook and Mandy Patinkin with special contributions from
Elaine Stritch Carol Burnett
Betty Comden and Adolph Green
Liliane Montevecehi Licia Albanese and Erie Mills
New York Philharmonic Orchestra conductor Paul Gemignani
Introduced by Ronald Eyre Photography JOHN HOOPER Dubbing mixer ROB JAMES
Sound recordist BRUCE GALLAWAY Film editor JERRY LEON
Directed by MICHAEL HOULDEY
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The arts and media magazine presented by Russell Davies , including:
Biography: a report on this week's second annual Folio Society debate in which GERMAINE GREER and AUBERON WAUGH proposed the motion 'Biographers are generally a disease of English literature'. They were opposed by VICTORIA GLENDINNING and RICHARD HOLMES , with contributions from many other leading biographers.
Music: the American Steve Reich, continuing to set the paceasaperformer/composer, starts a British tour which is likely to draw the crowds. But how long will minimalism remain popular? He talks about his music and plays part of his new work Sextet.
Art: a look at the work of BOB LINNEY whose posters for the Arts Council's Contemporary Music Network are so popular that they are often torn down by collectors well in advance of the events that they publicise.
Researcher ANDREW EATON
Assistant producer JOHN WHISTON Studio director MARK URBAN Producer KEVIN LOADER Editor JOHN ARCHER
(Coup de torchon) starring
Bertrand Tavernier 's black comedy thriller is set in French West
Africa in 1938. Easy-going police chief Lucien Cordier puts up with a hostile wife, obstructive bureaucrats, abusive pimps and even hesitates to intervene in a violent quarrel between his mistress and her husband. Then one day he finds an unorthodox way of exacting savage retribution.
Screenplay by JEAN AURENCHE and BERTRAND TAVERNIER from the novel Pop 1280 by JIM THOMPSON
Produced by ADOLPHE VIEZZI
Directed by BERTRAND TAVERNIER
(A French film with English subtitles. First showing on British television)
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