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: Open University

6.50 Maths Across the Curriculum
7.15 Special Needs in Education
7.40 17th-century Navigation
8.30 Minerals Under the Microscope
8.55 Pure Maths: 'pi' and 'e'
9.20 The Albert Memorial
9.45 England is the Place for Me
10.10 The Happiest Days of Your Life
10.35 Maths: Area Games
11.0 Calculus: Iteration and Convergence
11.25 Science: Elements Discovered
11.50 Maths Methods: Forecasting
12.15 Biology: What is Development?
12.40 Geology: Ore Genesis
1.5 Potsdam 4: The Aftermath
1.30 Education: Class 32

: Rugby Special

Sale v Swansea
Nigel Starmer-Smith introduces highlights of yesterday's top Anglo-Welsh fixtures. Sale are celebrating their 125th year, and look for a good result against Swansea who next week play Cardiff in the Welsh Cup Final.
Also a look forward to the World Cup which starts in four weeks' time.
Series producer huw JONES

: Sunday Grandstand

Introduced by Steve Rider Timetable*
2.45 Ice Hockey. 5.30 Snooker "Timings are subject to alteration
Ice Hockey
Heineken League
British Championship Final Live from Wembley Arena, the face-off is at 3.0 pm, plus goals from both semi-finals. Commentators
ALAN WEEKS, RED IMRIE
World Snooker
The Embassy
World Professional
Snooker Championship Another full week to go.
Important frames between periods in the hockey and uninterrupted coverage from
5.30 pm.
Commentators TED LOWE
CLIVE EVERTON, JACK KARNEHM Television presentation:
Ice hockey JOHNNIE WATHERSTON
Snooker NICK HUNTER. KEITH MACKENZIE
Studio producer CAMPBELL FERGUSON Assistant editor BRIAN BARWICK Producer MARTIN HOPKINS Editor JOHN PHILIPS

Contributors

Introduced By: Steve Rider
Unknown: Johnnie Watherston
Unknown: Snooker Nick Hunter.
Unknown: Keith MacKenzie
Producer: Campbell Ferguson
Editor: Brian Barwick

: The Money Programme

Presenters Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton. With
PAUL BURDEN, MARK ROGERSON A New Renaissance?
With the 45th government since the war in disarray,
Italians like to draw comfort from the 'sorpasso' - the overtaking of Britain in the prosperity stakes.
Francine Stock reports. Producer SARA NATHAN Editor JONATHAN CRANE

Contributors

Presenters: Brian Widlake
Presenters: Valerie Singleton.
Unknown: Mark Rogerson
Unknown: Francine Stock
Producer: Sara Nathan
Editor: Jonathan Crane

: On the House

Pattie Coldwell and the team present the latest and best in DIY, decor and design.
Harry Greene goes for the fingertip control of mood lighting and fits a dimmer switch, while Gilly Love finds Room for a Change in Battersea and turns an empty room into a combined study and guest bedroom.
There's a shoppers' guide both to new products in What's in Store and old furniture when Rick Ball shows that second-hand need not be second best. Director JULIA D. SIMKIN
Producer ANDREW MEIKLE
Series producer STEPHANIE SILK BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Unknown: Harry Greene
Unknown: Rick Ball
Director: Julia D. Simkin

: Verdi's Nabucco

Abigaille
High Priest of the Israelites thePaata Burchuladze
and the Chorus and Orchestra of La Scala, Milan conducted by Riccardo Muti
Over the next weeks Verdi operas will be featured by BBC2 and Radio 3 in important, new productions which reveal Verdi's developing mastery as the supreme musical dramatist of the 19th century.
Nabucco was Verdi's first success. The stirring personal drama has echoes of Aida
(the soprano and the mezzo are both in love with the tenor), but Milanese operagoers in the 1840s were also moved by the patriotic fervour of 'Va, pensiero', the deeply touching chorus sung by the Israelites in their Babylonian captivity. Act I
The Temple in Jerusalem Act II
Scene 1: Palace at Babylon
Scene 2: A hall in the palace
9.10*
Interval with Julian Budden , one of the world's leading
Verdi authorities, who also introduces the opera.
9.15*
Act III
Scene 1: The Hanging Gardens Scene 2: On the banks of the Euphrates Act IV
Scene 1: A room in the palace Scene 2: The Hanging Gardens Subtitles by GILLIAN WIDDICOMBE La Scala production by ROBERTO DE SIMONE
Television producer ROBIN SCOTT Directed for television by BRIAN LARGE
A simultaneous broadcast with Radio 3. Viewers with stereo Radio 3 may wish to turn off TV sound and position their speakers on either side ofthescreen, but a few feet away.
Stereo headphones provide a suitable alternative.
0 FEATURE: page 16

Contributors

Conducted By: Riccardo Muti
Unknown: Julian Budden
Unknown: Gillian Widdicombe
Production By: Roberto de Simone
Producer: Robin Scott
Television By: Brian Large
starring as Nabucco, King of Babylon: Renato Bruson
as his false daughter: Ghena Dimitrova
Ismaele: Bruno Becearia
Fenena: Cleopatra Ciurca
Anna: Francesca Garbi
as the High Priest of Baal: Mario Luperi
Abdallo: Ernesto Gavazzi

: World Snooker

The Embassy
World Professional
Snooker Championship
The four players in action playing eight frames of their second-round matches should be TONY KNOWLES (5) v SILVINO FRANCISCO (12) and CLIFF THORBURN (3) v DOUG MOUNTJOY (14).
Introduced by DAVID VINE from the Crucible Theatre.

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Knowles
Introduced By: David Vine








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