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: Open University

7.15Biology: Form and Function
7.40 Paris: Imperial City
8.5 17th-century England
8.30 Children's Drawings
8.55 Animal Physiology: The Placenta
9.20 Whose Account Counts?
9.45 Instruments - Made to Measure
10.10 Why Interdisciplinary Studies?
10.35 Measuring the Earth and the Moon
11.0 Decision Making: Public Order
11.25 Economics: One-stop Shopping
11.50 Henry IV Parts 1 and 2: Workshop
12.15 Telecommunications: Filters
12.40 Using Libraries
1.5 Dairy Cattle: Who's Running Your Herd?
1.30 Primary School Science: 3

: Rugby Special

The John Player Special Cup Fourth Round
Lichfield v Harlequins Introduced by Nigel Starmer-Smith
Lichfield are the only junior club to reach the fourth round of the cup three times and they have a chance to reverse last year's injury time defeat by Harlequins who themselves have eyes on the title.
Series producer HUGH JONES

Contributors

Introduced By: Nigel Starmer-Smith
Producer: Hugh Jones

: Bowls and Darts

The Embassy World Indoor Bowls Championship
The Final. The eighth World Championship live from the Coatbridge Indoor Club.
Two finalists remain to play for the title of World Indoor Bowls Champion 1986 and a first prize of £11,000. Commentators
DOUGIE DONNELLY , DAVID RHYS
JONES. JIMMY DAVIDSON
DAVID BRYANT
International Darts
Fads Homecare British
International Championship Wales v Scotland
The annual tournament between England, Scotland and Wales begins with Wales playing Scotland. The Welsh must start favourites with a squad including PETER LOCKE. CERI MORGAN , MALCOLM DAVIES and ALAN EVANS. Scotland may be boosted by the return to form of JOCKY WILSON and players of the calibre of ROBERT MACKENZIE , DANNY CUNNINGHAM and PETER MASSON. Introduced by TONY GUBBA from St David 's Hall, Cardiff. Commentators
SID WADDELL and TONY GREEN Bowls: Assistant producers MIKE ABBOTT , JOHN GRAHAM
ALLAN PENDER , STEVE GORDON Producers
BILL MALCOLM , ALAN GRIFFITHS
Darts: Director KEITH MACKENZIE Producer KEITH PHILLIPS

Contributors

Unknown: Dougie Donnelly
Unknown: David Rhys
Unknown: Peter Locke.
Unknown: Ceri Morgan
Unknown: Malcolm Davies
Unknown: Jocky Wilson
Unknown: Robert MacKenzie
Unknown: Danny Cunningham
Unknown: Peter Masson.
Introduced By: Tony Gubba
Unknown: St David
Unknown: Sid Waddell
Producers: Mike Abbott
Producers: John Graham
Unknown: Allan Pender
Unknown: Steve Gordon
Unknown: Bill Malcolm
Unknown: Alan Griffiths
Director: Keith MacKenzie
Producer: Keith Phillips

: Beethoven Sonatas for Cello and Piano

The cellist Alexander Baillie and pianist Ian Brown play Beethoven's Sonata in A major for Cello and Piano, Op 69 in the dramatic surroundings of Culzean Castle on the Ayrshire coast. Sound BRIAN DEWAR
Lighting JAMES MAIDEN
Producer HILARY BOULDING BBC Scotland

Contributors

Unknown: Alexander Baillie
Pianist: Ian Brown
Unknown: Brian Dewar
Producer: Hilary Boulding

: Ski Sunday

featuring
TheMen'sDownhill from Morzine and The Ladies' Slalom from Vysoke Tatry
As the BASF Ski World Cup nears its climax, this weekend's action features two of the world's top ski racers who look certain of individual honours this season. With only four downhills remaining in the men's championship, can anyone challenge Austrian PETER WIRNSBERGER 'S bid for the blue riband title?
The ladies have travelled east to the High Tatras in Czechoslovakia for the last
European race of their series. Although ERIKA HESS is still favourite to retain her slalom crown, watch out for
Austrian ROSWITHA STEINER - her current form suggests that she could upset Swiss celebration plans. Commentator David Vine
TV presentation A2F, FRANCE and CST. CZECHOSLOVAKIA Producer JIM RESIDE

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Wirnsberger
Commentator: David Vine

: The Money Programme

Presented by Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton with PAUL BURDEN
LUKE CASEY. NICK CLARKE and MARK ROGERSON Studio director KATHY GEE
Producer MICHAEL SCHOOLEY Editor JONATHAN CRANE

Contributors

Presented By: Brian Widlake
Presented By: Valerie Singleton
Unknown: Paul Burden
Unknown: Luke Casey.
Unknown: Nick Clarke
Unknown: Mark Rogerson
Director: Kathy Gee
Producer: Michael Schooley
Editor: Jonathan Crane

: Nana Mouskouri in Athens

The singing star, who is currently in the charts with her hit 'Only love', returned to Greece in 1984 to sing in the ancient Herodes Atticus Theatre at the foot of the Acropolis. The first of two programmes shows her in concert in her own country for the first time in 20 years and on location reflecting in words and music on her early life, homeland and career. Concert and original locations directed by ANDRE FLEDERICK
Presented for BBC Television by YVONNE LITTLEWOOD (R)
(Part 2 next Sunday at 7.15)

Contributors

Unknown: Herodes Atticus
Directed By: Andre Flederick
Television By: Yvonne Littlewood

: The Natural World

Among the Wild Chimpanzees As a child Jane Goodall dreamt of going to Africa and living with the animals. In 1960 her dream became reality; she began a study of chimpanzees in Tanzania's Gombe National Park. Her work still continues today, and it gives a remarkable portrait of the animal most like man ... playful infants, turbulent adolescents, and adults whose behaviour ranges from tender motherhood to hunting. Narrated by Barry Paine Photography HUGO VAN LAWICK
A NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY/ WQED PITTSBURG film BBCtv presentation by PELHAM ALDRICH-BLAKE
Series editor PETER JONES BBC Bristol (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Jane Goodall
Unknown: Barry Paine
Unknown: Hugo van Lawick

: Thinking Aloud

The weekly analysis of issues and ideas presented by Bryan Magee. This week
Professor Lionel Tiger , social scientist; Dr Lynda Birke , biologist; Professor Patrick Bateson , zoologist ask: Human nature -fact or fantasy?
Researcher MARK HARRISON Studio director IAN PAUL
Producer AMANDA THEUNISSEN BBC Bristol

Contributors

Presented By: Bryan Magee.
Unknown: Professor Lionel Tiger
Unknown: Dr Lynda Birke
Unknown: Professor Patrick Bateson
Unknown: Mark Harrison

: Architecture at the Crossroads

The fifth of ten films about contemporary architecture Berlin: a City for People Next year the once devastated inner-city of Berlin sees the most exciting and historic event in present-day city planning. It has taken eight years to create the mammoth International Building Exhibition, with a cast list of contributors that reads like a Who's Who of contemporary architecture. Its focus is on social housing within the modern inner city. But the new ideas it proposes will not be hung on walls or exhibited as scale models.
The venue for the exhibition is the city itself, real houses and building complexes, already inhabited, and designed to demonstrate how the city can once again become a place fit for people. This programme features the work of OSWALD MATHIAS UNGERS.
HANS HOLLEIN , ROB KRIER and ALDO ROSSI. Their ideas could well become prototypes for the rest of the world, and their experiments prove that, instead of overall planning, individual solutions to building for the people can be hammered out with the people themselves. Narrator ANDREW SACHS
Film editor STEPHEN EVANS
Associate producer ROGER LAST
Written and produced by PETER ADAM

Contributors

Unknown: Hans Hollein
Unknown: Rob Krier
Unknown: Aldo Rossi.
Editor: Stephen Evans
Produced By: Peter Adam

: Screen Two: Honest, Decent and True

A film by LES BLAIR
The launch of Chaser lager could be big for KFS if Alun shows some commitment; if
Mike's lifestyle doesn't catch up with him; if the rest of the team concern themselves more with the product's image and less with their own - they might just have a winner on their hands. and OWEN BRENMAN
LEONARD WEBSTER Designer jim CLAY
Film editor SUE WYATT
Photography JOHN MCGLASHAN Produced by GRAHAM BENSON Directed by LES blair
0 FEATURE: page 4 and FILMS: page 27

Contributors

Unknown: Owen Brenman
Unknown: Leonard Webster
Designer: Jim Clay
Editor: Sue Wyatt
Unknown: John McGlashan
Produced By: Graham Benson
Mike Selby: Derrick O'Connor
Patsy: Yvonne French
Lucinda Campbell-Croft: Lyndsay Russell
Prish Holt: Arabella Weir
Graham Lance: Tony Portacio
Scott Golding: Rupert Baker
Alun Pickersgill: Adrian Edmondson
Davina Fraser: Juuette Mole
Moonee Livingstone: Richard E. Grant
James Fletcher: Thomas Wheatley
Mrs Paxton: Jill Cary
Derek Bates: Gary Oldman
Caroline: Auson Neil
Commercial director: Ian Sharp

: International Darts

Fads Homecare British
International Championship Wales v Scotland
TONY GUBBA introduces highlights of today's first match in the series between ENGLAND, SCOTLAND and WALES, from St David 's Hall, Cardiff.
Commentators
SID WADDELL and TONY GREEN

Contributors

Unknown: St David
Unknown: Sid Waddell

: World Bowls

The Embassy World Indoor Bowls Championship Highlights from this afternoon's final.
Introduced by DOUGIE DONNELLY from the Coatbridge Indoor Club.
BBC Scotland

Contributors

Introduced By: Dougie Donnelly








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