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: Open University

7.40 Talking Turtle: Computers in the Classroom
8.30 Graphs. Networks and Design
8.55 Topics in the History- of Maths
9.20 The Novel and Television
9.45 Genetics: Race for the Gene
10.35 Handicapped in the Community
11.00 Ethnic Minorities: The Promised Land
11.50 A Renaissance Church in Rome
12.15 Palazzo Venezia , Rome
12.40 Ecology: Managing Landscape
1.05 The Changing Countryside: Face of the Fells
1.30 Modem Art: Beaubourg
1.55 Brazil: Facing the 80s

Contributors

Unknown: Palazzo Venezia

: Network East

The new and exciting magazine in English, bringing both current affairs and entertainment from the Asian world, covering stories affecting Asians both here and abroad.
Entertainment ranges from music to dance, from film clips to star interviews, from the classic to the modern. Producer NARINDER MINHAS
Series producer NARENDHRA MORAR Executive producer JOHN WILCOX

Contributors

Producer: John Wilcox

: No Limits

Lakeland Hotel
The problem with watching the world's fastest rock show is that you can't even pop out to put the kettle on without missing miles of music and mirth.
So in the No Limits 'Happy Hour' tonight, Tony Baker and Jenny Powell serve up the usual selection of rock cocktails with the added incentive of highlights from the first eight shows of the series. But this heady brew won't get in the way of a sober look at this week's
British and American charts. Associate producer JONATHAN KING Production PETER HAMILTON BBC North West
and at 4.00-4.40
No Limits for Erasure
Everyone knows Erasure - don't they? So, what band was Vince Clarke in? Where's Yazoo? What's
Assembly doing? And who is Andy Bell anyway?
All questions answered as Jenny Powell takes the No Limits cameras for a Bank Holiday burst of Brighton rock with Erasure live on stage at the Brighton Dome.
Assistant producer DAVE SHANNON Production PETER HAMILTON BBC Manchester (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Baker
Unknown: Jenny Powell
Unknown: Vince Clarke
Unknown: Andy Bell
Unknown: Jenny Powell
Producer: Dave Shannon
Unknown: Peter Hamilton

: Championship Darts

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British Professional Darts Championship
All last week the last two players in this top TV championship were battling on the oche to reach the ultimate stage of the competition. The winner will receive a glittering prize of E10,000 and the acclaim of a packed Redcar Bowl.
Who will be on stage in this dramatic final? The chances are that the new World No 1
BOB ANDERSON will be there and everyone in the darts world will be wondering whether ERIC BRISTOW , deposed 'king of the oche', will be able to make it his third title! But don't leave out the current holder
JOCKY WILSON who has now moved to the north east and will have a huge following.
The championship has now moved up to top gear with a possible 13 sets to go, three legs per set, with BBCtv outside broadcast cameras giving live coverage of the whole of the final.
Introduced by TONY GUBBA

Contributors

Unknown: Bob Anderson
Unknown: Eric Bristow
Unknown: Jocky Wilson
Introduced By: Tony Gubba

: NewsVlew

Including a review of the week in pictures - with subtitles. Followed by Weather

: * Leeds International Piano Competition

The Finals (part 2)
The last three young competitors (from six finalists) play a complete concerto with orchestra. First prize is The
Edward Boyle Prize and The Princess Mary Gold Medal, worth
£5,000. Worth even more are the world-wide engagements that will launch the winner on a career as a concert pianist. Tonight's live broadcast from Leeds Town
Hall is introduced by Michael Berkeley and Jane Glover City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra led by FELIX KOK conducted by Simon Rattle Lighting HENRY BURDIN Sound NEIL MURRAY
Assistant producer KRISS RUSMANIS Executive producer KENNETH CORDEN
Directed by RON ISTED
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Radio 3 may wish to turn off TV sound and position their speakers on either side of the screen, but a few feet away. Stereo headphones provide a suitable alternative.
(Results at 11.0S"pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Edward Boyle
Introduced By: Michael Berkeley
Introduced By: Jane Glover
Unknown: Felix Kok
Conducted By: Simon Rattle
Unknown: Neil Murray
Producer: Kriss Rusmanis
Producer: Kenneth Corden
Directed By: Ron Isted

: The Film Club: 1: Lancelot of the Lake (Lancelot du lac)

To celebrate the 80th birthday of the influential French director Robert Bresson, Louis Malle introduces two of his key films.
starring Luc Simon, Laura Duke Condominas
The Knights of the Round Table make their way back to Camelot after a battle in which Lancelot has been defeated for the first time. Convinced that their Quest for the Holy Grail has failed because of his impure love for Guinevere, Lancelot begs the Queen to release him from his vows.
(A French film with English subtitles)
IN THE PICTURE: page 26

Contributors

Writer/Director: Robert Bresson
Introduced by: Louis Malle
Lancelot: Luc Simon
Guinevere: Laura Duke Condominas
Arthur: Vladimir Antolek-Oresek
Gawain: Humbert Balsan
Mordred: Patrick Bernard
Lionel: Arthur De Montalembert

: * Leeds International Piano Competition

The Results
The distinguished international jury have made their decision and the prizes are presented by HRH The Duchess of Kent, Patron of the competition. Past winners have been
Michael Roll , Rafael Orozco , Radu Lupu , Dmitri Alexeev , Murray Perahia ,
Michel Dalberto , Ian Hobson and Jon Kimura Parker. Who will be the outright winner for 1987? (In association with Harveys of Bristol)

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Roll
Unknown: Rafael Orozco
Unknown: Radu Lupu
Unknown: Dmitri Alexeev
Unknown: Murray Perahia
Unknown: Michel Dalberto
Unknown: Ian Hobson
Unknown: Jon Kimura Parker.

: The Film Club 2

The second of tonight's films celebrating the 80th birthday of Robert Bresson
A Man Escaped (Un condamne à mort s'estechappe) starring
Francois Leterrier
Condemned to death by the Nazis, Fontaine, a young Resistance fighter, begins to engineer an escape. His progress is achingly slow, and no one has ever succeeded in escaping from the Fort de Montluc.
Bresson's gripping account of the true story of Andre Devigny is a masterpiece of suspense.
Written and directed by ROBERT BRESSON
Television presentation by GILLIAN GEERING. NICK JONES MOIRA KEAN. DAVID THOMSON
A French film with English subtitles
0 IN THE PICTURE: page 26

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Bresson
Unknown: Francois Leterrier
Unknown: Andre Devigny
Directed By: Robert Bresson
Presentation By: Gillian Geering.
Presentation By: Nick Jones
Presentation By: Moira Kean.
Presentation By: David Thomson
Fontaine: François Leterrier
Jost: Charles Le Clainche
Priest: Roland Monod
Orsini: Jacques Ertaud
Blanchet: Maurice Beerblock








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