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: Open University

6.50 Iteration and Convergence
7.15 Biology: Genetic Expression
7.40 The American Indian
8.5 The Chateau and the Cottage
8.30 Broadcast Rituals (2)
8.55 Land Use in Brazil
9.20 Social Sciences: Sociobiology
9.45 Learning and Doing Maths
10.10 Music and Images
10.35 A Portrait of Summer School
11.0 Industry and the OU
11.25 An Introduction to Sociology
11.50 The Novel and Television (1)
12.15 Pine Point: A Lead-zinc Deposit
12.40 Physics: Ideal Sounds
1.5 Velocity Diagrams
1.30 Tectonics and the Red Sea

: Sunday Grandstand

Introduced by Desmond Lynam
World Snooker
Embassy World Professional Snooker Championship The Final
Why spend 15 days and nights and miss out on the big one? First to 18 is the winner, let's have a good clean fight, try to avoid the in-offs and keep the safety down to a minimum, bridge with the knuckle part of the hand and break when you're told to at 2.15, and may the best man win a million.
Rugby League
At about 3.30 the cueists take a time out, so half an hour of yesterday's Challenge Cup Final from Wembley.
Ice Hockey
In the last hour, action from the World Championship in Moscow. They're all there - URS, USA, TCH. CAN. SWE. FIN.
POL. FRG. ALAN WEEKS. Television presentation: Snooker NICK HUNTER
Rugby League KEITH PHILLIPS Ice hockey TSS. USSR
Studio producer CAMPBELL FERGUSON Assistant editor BRIAN BARWICK Producer MARTIN HOPKINS Editor JOHN philips

Contributors

Introduced By: Desmond Lynam
Producer: Campbell Ferguson
Editor: Brian Barwick

: The Money Programme

with Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton The Real Thing
Counterfeit goods are big business - an estimated 60 billion dollars world-wide last year - and it's not just Gucci handbags and Cartier watches. The Money Programme has uncovered fake aircraft parts using sub-standard materials, counterfeit car engine components and exploding circuit-breakers. Companies can be reluctant to prosecute for fear of damaging publicity - and even if they do, the law can let the counterfeiters off the hook.
Studio director DON HARLEY Producer MIKE SCHOOLEY Editor JONATHAN CRANE

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Widlake
Unknown: Valerie Singleton
Director: Don Harley
Producer: Mike Schooley
Editor: Jonathan Crane

: Nature

Introduced by Tony Soper with lain Guest
A look at wildlife with news, reports and comment on issues affecting the living world.
Including this week: Voracious Stars
The largest structure built is under attack. As millions of predatory starfish feast on the Great Barrier Reef, biologists debate what action, if any, should be taken. Is the crown-of-thorns a real threat to this major tourist attraction?
Forty Winks
Sleep is essential to all mammals. But rest and recuperation is not without risk. How do animals keep watch while asleep? Editor ROBIN HELLIER BBC Bristol

Contributors

Introduced By: Tony Soper
Editor: Robin Hellier

: World Snooker

Embassy World Professional Snooker Championship The Final - part 2 (Frames 8-16)
DAVID VINE introduces the first few frames from this evening's session at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield. Commentators TED LOWE
JACK KARNEHM. CLIVE EVERTON Summarisers
JIM MEADOWCROFT
JOHN VIRGO , JOHN SPENCER Television presentation
MIKE ADLEY. PETER HAYWARD Producer KEITH MACKENZIE
Executive producer NICK HUNTER

Contributors

Commentators: Ted Lowe
Unknown: Jack Karnehm.
Unknown: Clive Everton
Unknown: Jim Meadowcroft
Unknown: John Virgo
Unknown: John Spencer
Unknown: Mike Adley.
Unknown: Peter Hayward
Producer: Keith MacKenzie
Producer: Nick Hunter

: Shadowlands

by WILLIAM NICHOLSON
A second chance to see this BAFTA award-winning Everyman presentation (Best Single Drama and Best Actress) starring Joss Ackland and Claire Bloom
Shadowlands is the story of a passion that shattered and transformed the life of the writer C.S. Lewis.
One of the highlights of the television year (THE TIMES) A beautifully-made film, sensitive and aesthetic.... Inspiring (DAILY MAIL) Outstanding drama ... brilliantly played. (LONDON STANDARD) Profound, immensely poignant, with heart-wrenching performances.
(MAIL ON SUNDAY)
There will be no justice if
Joss Ackland and Claire Bloom do not win acting awards for their performances.
(SUNDAY EXPRESS)
Music composed by KEN HOWARD Photography RUSS WALKER Designer GERALD MURPHY
Film editor CHRIS LAWRENCE Producer DAVID M. THOMPSON Director NORMAN STONE
A BBC Wales I Everyman production

Contributors

Unknown: William Nicholson
Unknown: Joss Ackland
Unknown: C.S. Lewis.
Unknown: Joss Ackland
Composed By: Ken Howard
Composed By: Photography Russ Walker
Designer: Gerald Murphy
Editor: Chris Lawrence
Producer: David M. Thompson
Director: Norman Stone
C S Lewis: Joss Ackland
Joy Davidman: Claire Bloom
Warnie Lewis: David Waller
Radio announcer: Max Harvey
Christopher Riley: Alan MacNaughton
Harry Harrington: Philip Stone
Alan Gregg: Tim Preece
Paxford: Norman Rutherford
Alperton: Richard Merrett
Miss Hall: Vera Ding
Douglas: Rupert Baderman
David: Rhys Hopkins
Registrar: Michael Cunningham
Solicitor: Henry Moxon
Doctor: John Ringham
Sister: Dilys Price
Fr Fisher: Jim Kirby

: World Snooker

The Final - part 2
DAVID VINE with the rest of this evening's frames.








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