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: Open University

11.10 Preparatory Maths: Numbers
11.25 Managing to Save It
11.50 Caring for Older People
12.15 pm Quality Systems: Going Round in Circles
12.40 Pregnancy: A Time to Grow
1.5 The Changing Countryside

: Saturday Cinema: Mr Skeffington

starring Bette Davis Claude Rains
To save her brother from scandal,
Fanny Trellis marries wealthy stockbroker Job Skeffington. The marriage is soon threatened by Fanny's succession of lovers and when her brother is killed in action, her indifference to her husband turns to contempt.
Written and produced by PHILIP G. AND JULIUS J. EPSTEIN Directed by VINCENT SHERMAN
0 FILMS: page 26

Contributors

Unknown: Bette Davis
Unknown: Fanny Trellis
Unknown: Job Skeffington.
Produced By: Philip G.
Produced By: Julius J. Epstein
Directed By: Vincent Sherman
Fanny Trellis: Bette Davis
Job Skeffington: Claude Rains
George Trellis: Walter Abel
Trippy Trellis: Richard Waring
Dr Byles: George Coulouris
Fanny Junior: Majorie Riordan
MacMahon: Robert Shayne
Jim Conderley: John Alexander
Ed Morrison: Jerome Cowan
Johnny Mitchell: Charles Drake
Manby: Dorothy Peterson
Chester Forbish: Peter Whitney

: Laramie

starring The Sometime Gambler
A reformed outlaw has a hard time convincing anyone of his story when he admits to being at the scene of a bank robbery. Written by JOHN MEREDYTH LUCAS andROD PETERSON
Directed by LESLEY SELANDER (R)

Contributors

Written By: John Meredyth Lucas
Unknown: Rod Peterson
Directed By: Lesley Selander
Slim: John Smith
Jess: Robert Fuller
Daisy: Spring Byington
Mike: Dennis Holmes
Richards: James Gregory

: Championship Bowling

The CIS Insurance
United Kingdom Indoor
Singles Bowls Championship DAVID BRYANT and current champion JIM BAKER are favourites to be involved in this match, with TERRY SULLIVAN from Wales running a close third. Coverage of the first semi-final is introduced by DAVID ICKE from the Guild Hall, Preston.

Contributors

Unknown: David Bryant
Unknown: Jim Baker
Unknown: Terry Sullivan
Introduced By: David Icke

: International Bridge Club

Jeremy James introduces coverage of the Canberra
Cruise's World Bridge Trophy, in which four top international players compete for a cash-prize and a trophy.
From Italy Arturo Franco From Pakistan Zia Mahmood
From France Christian Man From England
Robert Sheehan
Jeremy Flint comments on play and tactics.
Director LINDA MCCARTHY Producer MARK PATTERSON
0 INFO: page 91

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Sheehan
Unknown: Jeremy Flint
Director: Linda McCarthy
Producer: Mark Patterson

: NewsView

Moira Stuart with today's latest news and sport.
Sue Carpenter reviews a week of news in pictures - with subtitles; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Moira Stuart

: Saturday Review

The arts and media weekly presented by Russell Davies , including:
Writing: the work of John Berger has included an influential body of art criticism, as well as novels, poetry and social histories.
On his 60th birthday, Berger talks from his French farmhouse, and Peter Fuller , Anthony Barnett and Gill Lewis examine the claim that Berger is one of the greatest living writers. Theatre: actor
Simon Callow explains why he has turned director for his translation of Cocteau's The Infernal Machine at the Lyric, Hammersmith.
Researcher PARMlNDER vm
Assistant producer KEVIN JACKSON Studio director ALEX MARENGO Editor JOHN ARCHER

Contributors

Presented By: Russell Davies
Unknown: John Berger
Unknown: Peter Fuller
Unknown: Anthony Barnett
Unknown: Gill Lewis
Unknown: Simon Callow
Producer: Kevin Jackson
Director: Alex Marengo
Editor: John Archer

: From East to West

The last in a series of four programmes on the impact of the east on European music featuring Simon Rattle with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra 'The song of the earth' by Gustav Mahler
A complete performance first seen in Omnibus at the Proms as part of the 1985 season of Henry Wood Promenade Concerts.
With Jessye Norman and Jon Vickers
Lighting DENNIS BUTCHER Sound JOHN CAULFIELD
Executive producerDENNIS MARKS Director BARRIE GAVIN

Contributors

Unknown: Simon Rattle
Unknown: Jessye Norman
Unknown: Jon Vickers
Unknown: Dennis Butcher
Unknown: John Caulfield
Producer: Dennis Marks
Director: Barrie Gavin

: Championship Bowling

The CIS Insurance
United Kingdom Indoor
Singles Bowls Championship Superstar in flat-green bowling TONY ALLCOCK should be on the mat in this semi-final and last year's finalist JOHN WATSON will be one of his likely opponents.
Introduced by DAVID ICKE from the Guild Hall, Preston.
Commentators DAVID RHYS JONES , JIMMY DAVIDSON

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Allcock
Unknown: John Watson
Introduced By: David Icke
Commentators: David Rhys Jones
Commentators: Jimmy Davidson

: The Film Club Blood Simple

Derek Malcolm introduces a double bill of outstanding and unusual thrillers
starring John Getz
Frances McDormand Dan Hedaya
M. Emmet Walsh
In the heat of the night, a couple make love. He is a bar-tender, she is the wife of the bar-owner. Her husband has hired a private detective to prove their adultery. But temperatures are running high, and blood is about to be spilt....
This stylish Texan murder mystery - gruesome and comic by turns - was the first film by the producer-director team Ethan and Joel Coen , two brothers in their late 20s.
Screenplay by JOEL AND ETHAN COEN Produced by ETHAN COEN Directed by JOEL COEN
(First showing on British television) and at

Contributors

Introduces: Derek Malcolm
Unknown: John Getz
Unknown: Frances McDormand
Unknown: Dan Hedaya
Unknown: M. Emmet Walsh
Unknown: Joel Coen
Unknown: Ethan Coen
Produced By: Ethan Coen
Directed By: Joel Coen
Ray: John Getz
Abby: Frances McDormand
Julian Marty: Dan Hedaya
Meurice: Samm-Art Williams
Visser: M Emmet Walsh
Debra: Deborah Neumann
Landlady: Raquel Gavia

: D.O.A.

- starring
Edmond O'Brien Pamela Britton Luther Adler
A man bursts into a Los Angeles police station and makes for the Homicide Division.
'I want to report a murder.'
'Who was murdered?' 'I was.' Rudolph Mate 's recently rediscovered film noir tells in flashback the story of public accountant
Frank Bigelow , the seemingly innocent victim of a conspiracy that results in his own 'death on arrival'.
Screenplay by RUSSELL ROUSE and CLARENCE GREENE
Produced byLEO c. POPKIN Directed by RUDOLPH MATE
IN THE PICTURE: page 26

Contributors

Unknown: Edmond O'Brien
Unknown: Pamela Britton
Unknown: Luther Adler
Unknown: Rudolph Mate
Unknown: Frank Bigelow
Play By: Russell Rouse
Unknown: Clarence Greene
Produced By: Leo C. Popkin
Directed By: Rudolph Mate
Frank Bigelow: Edmond O'Brien
Paula Gibson: Pamela Britton
Majak: Luther Adler
Miss Foster: Beverly Campbell
Chester: Neville Brand
Mrs Philips: Lynn Baggett
Halliday: William Ching
Stanley Philips: Henry Hart
Maria Rakubian: Laurette Luez
Sam: Jess Kirkpatrick
Sue: Cay Forrester








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