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: Open University

6.50 Discovering Chemistry
7.15 Statistics: Testing for Telepathy
7.40 The Midlands Enlightenment
8.5 Special Needs in Education
8.30 Physics: Magnetism
8.55 Maths: Lagrange's Theorem
9.20 Victorian Ways of Death
9.45 The Real World
10.10 The Standards Debate
10.35 Studying with the OU
11.0 University Magazine
11.25 Science: Alcohols Apart!
11.50 Maths Modelling: Bicycles
12.15 Biology: Insect Hormones
12.40 Lavas of Etna
1.516-90 FE Means 'For Everyone'

: Sunday Grandstand

Introduced by Steve Rider Timetable*
1.30 Cricket
2.20 Motor Racing
4.0 Show Jumping
5.15 Cricket
6.30 Badminton
* Timings are subject to alteration
Motor Racing
Monaco Grand Prix
An appropriate place for ALAIN PROST to overtake
Jackie Stewart 's 27 Grand Prix wins, or for NIGEL MANSELL to stop him by winning himself, even. Commentators
MURRAY WALKER. JAMES HUNT
Show Jumping
Everest Double Glazing Nations Cup
France won this one from Britain last time - Mansell and GB a win double?
Commentators
RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD
STEPHEN HADLEY
Cricket
Refuge Assurance League Northants v Sussex
No Imran this summer, but Sussex managed quite well last time. Young
SIMON BROWN is gathering quite a reputation at Northants - an enhancement opportunity on the telly.
Commentators
PETER WALKER
CHRISTOPHER MARTIN-JENKINS and DAVID ACFIELD
Badminton
World Championships
GERALD WILLIAMS reports on only the second official World Championships in any sport to be held in mainland China - and Britain are much fancied.
Television presentation:
Motor Racing RMC. Monaco
Show Jumping WENDY SHEPPARD Cricket BOB DUNCAN
Badminton CENTRAL TV. China
Studio producer CAMPBELL FERGUSON Assistant editor BRIAN barwick Producer MARTIN HOPKINS Editor JOHN philips

Contributors

Introduced By: Steve Rider
Unknown: Alain Prost
Unknown: Jackie Stewart
Unknown: Nigel Mansell
Unknown: Murray Walker.
Unknown: Simon Brown
Unknown: Peter Walker
Unknown: Christopher Martin-Jenkins
Unknown: Gerald Williams
Unknown: Wendy Sheppard
Unknown: Cricket Bob Duncan
Producer: Campbell Ferguson

: Eurovision Young Dancer

Live from the beautiful theatre of Schwetzingen
Castle, Germany, the second Eurovision competition to choose outstanding young dancers, soloists or couples, from 14 European countries, as well as Canada.
The jury, chaired by Stuttgart ballet star Richard Cragun , includes Galina Samsova from Sadler's Wells Royal Ballet, and the British competitor is 18-year-old Paul Liburd from Leeds, already winner of the 1985 Cosmopolitan Dance Award and now at the London School of Contemporary
Dance.
Introduced from
Schwetzingen by Humphrey Burton with expert comment from Monica Mason , distinguished member of Britain's Royal Ballet.
In London Joan Bakewell watches the competition with another member of the Royal Ballet, principal dancer
Bryony Brind , dance critic
Jan Murray and Christopher Gable , who also starred in the Royal Ballet and is now director of the Central School of Ballet.
Presented for BBCtv by COLIN NEARS and ROY TIPPING Television production by ZDF, Germany
0 FEATURE: page 85

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Cragun
Unknown: Galina Samsova
Unknown: Paul Liburd
Unknown: Humphrey Burton
Unknown: Monica Mason
Unknown: Bryony Brind
Unknown: Jan Murray
Unknown: Christopher Gable

: * Theatre Night: Miss Julie

by AUGUST STRINDBERG
Translated by MICHAEL MEYER The aristocratic Miss Julie plays with fire on Midsummer's Eve by flirting with her father's servant
Jean, only to find that she is soon completely within his power.... with ESTRID BARTON , JULIA GIBSON
MAGDA LANE
IMOGEN MILLAIS-SCOTT
GLYN BAKER , ANDREW BRADLEY DON CRERAR , HOWARD DAVID
PETER FENTON
JONAS GASTOFSON
ROY LEIGHTON
Music composed by DAVID FLEMING WILLIAMS Choreographer
GERALDINE STEPHENSON Costume designer MICHAEL BURDLE
Lighting director DEREK SLEE Designer JAN SPOCZYNSKI
Script editor STUART GRIFFITHS
Producer shaun sutton Director
MICHAEL SIMPSON
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Translated By: Michael Meyer
Unknown: Estrid Barton
Unknown: Julia Gibson
Unknown: Magda Lane
Unknown: Imogen Millais-Scott
Unknown: Glyn Baker
Unknown: Andrew Bradley
Unknown: Don Crerar
Unknown: Howard David
Unknown: Peter Fenton
Unknown: Jonas Gastofson
Unknown: Roy Leighton
Composed By: David Fleming Williams
Unknown: Geraldine Stephenson
Designer: Michael Burdle
Director: Derek Slee
Designer: Jan Spoczynski
Editor: Stuart Griffiths
Unknown: Michael Simpson
Miss Julie: Janet McTeer
Jean: Patrick Malahide
Christine: Sarah Porter

: * am Grand Prix

The 1987 Formula One World Championship Monaco Grand Prix
The jewel in motor racing's crown. Shimmering blue seas, brilliant white yachts, and the sound of over 20 turbos in the air.
Last year MeLaren scored a 1-2 here and, following a similar result in Belgium two weeks ago, it will take a big effort to halt them. ALAIN PROST, the Championship leader, has won here for the past three years and team-mate STEFAN JOHANSSON is a local resident who knows the street circuit well. Commentators
MURRAY WALKER , JAMES HUNT Television presentation RMC, Monaco
Producer CHARLES BALCHIN (Detroit Grand Prix: 21 June)
0 COMPETITION: page 20

Contributors

Unknown: Stefan Johansson
Unknown: Murray Walker
Producer: Charles Balchin








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