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: Open University

10.45 The Changing Countryside
11.10 Science Preparatory Maths
11.25 Accounting for Managers
11.50 Open Forum
12.15 Understanding Pregnancy
12.40 Marketing in Action
1.05 Countdown to the OU

: Made in China

An American Student in Beijing. Lisa Hsia grew up in Illinois as an all-American girl who happened to have Chinese parents. When she won a place at Beijing
University, she seized the chance to meet the family she had only seen in photographs. Living with them gave her a unique opportunity to record daily life in China as an insider. Written and directed by USA HSIA

: Film Club Matinee: The Adventures of Robinson Crusoe

starring
Dan O'Herlihy
James Fernandez
Luis Bunuel 's version of Defoe's classic tale was filmed in colour on an idyllic South
American island, and realistically records the humour and tragedy of Crusoe's long battle against loneliness and depression.
Screenplay by LUIS BUNUEL and PHILLIP ROLL
From the novel by DANIEL DEFOE Produced by OSCAR DANCIGERS and HENRY F. EHRLICH
Directed by LUIS BUNUEL
0 FILMS: page 15

Contributors

Unknown: Dan O'Herlihy
Unknown: James Fernandez
Unknown: Luis Bunuel
Unknown: Luis Bunuel
Novel By: Daniel Defoe
Produced By: Oscar Dancigers
Produced By: Henry F. Ehrlich
Directed By: Luis Bunuel
Crusoe: Dan O'Herlihy
Man Friday: James Fernandez
Capt Oberzo: Felipe Da Alba
Bosun: Chel Lopez
Mutineers: Jose Chavez
Mutineers: Emilio Garibay

: Espana Viva

: International Bridge Club

Canberra World Bridge Tournament. Presented by Clare Harrison. Canberra arrives in Bergen and the tournament moves into the final stages. Players: Tony Forrester from Britain, Sami Kehela from Canada, Zia Mahmood from Pakistan, P.O. Sundelin from Sweden
BBC Elstree
Bridge Problem 12: This week a dummy play problem. As East you arrive in 6NT with no opposite bidding: South leads the 10 of spades and you win the queen. You play the 4 of diamonds from dummy on which North discards the 4 of hearts.
How do you recover from that nasty break?
Jeremy Flint's answer is in the next programme.
For a copy of the series booklet, please send a £2.00 cheque or PO, made payable to Broadcasting Support Services to: [address removed]

Contributors

Presenter: Clare Harrison
Player: Tony Forrester
Player: Sami Kehela
Player: Zia Mahmood
Player: P.O. Sundelin
Commentator: Jeremy Flint
Director: Linda McCarthy
Producer: David Mitchell

: The Week in the Lords

Christopher Jones reports on the week's proceedings in the House of Lords and questions Government ministers and Opposition peers about business in the Upper Chamber. Editor KAROLYN SHINDLER

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Jones
Editor: Karolyn Shindler

: World Darts

The Embassy World
Professional Championship The last four players will be toeing the oche this evening at this main world event in the darts calendar. The stake is a place in the final for the most coveted prize in darts, the World Professional Championship.
Live coverage of the whole of the first semi-final is introduced by TONY GUBBA from the Lakeside Country Club, Frimley Green. Commentators
SID WADDELL. TONY GREEN
Executive producer IAN EDWARDS TV presentation
KEITH MACKENZIE. PETER HAYWARD Producer KEITH PHILLIPS

Contributors

Introduced By: Tony Gubba
Unknown: Frimley Green.
Unknown: Sid Waddell.
Producer: Ian Edwards
Unknown: Keith MacKenzie.
Producer: Keith Phillips

: NewsView

Moira Stuart reads today's latest news and sport. Plus a review by Richard Whitmore of the week in pictures with subtitles.
Followed by Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Moira Stuart
Review By: Richard Whitmore

: The Human Voice

The first of three films featuring great voices of today. Six-Foot Cinderella
Who remembers the bass? Lecherous old men, senile priests and cuckolded husbands. Behind their exaggerated make-up, they are the Cinderellas of opera. But they have also proved to be among the most heroic singers of the century. Chaliapin,
Robeson, Pinza and Siepi have borne witness to the real glories of the bass voice.
Robert Lloyd , principal bass at the Royal Opera House
Covent Garden explores their shadowy world and reveals that there's more to the bass than meets the eye.
Among the ghosts of some of the great basses of the past, he discovers nirvana in Mozart's Don Giovanni - opera's only bass sex-symbol. With Geraint Evans ,
Paata Burchuladze , Norman Feasey Arthur Hammond Victor Borowski
Sound recordist BRUCE GALLAWAY Film cameraman COUN WALDECK Film editor HORACIO QUEIRO
Executive producer DENNIS MARKS Producer DONALD STURROCK

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Lloyd
Unknown: Don Giovanni
Unknown: Geraint Evans
Unknown: Paata Burchuladze
Unknown: Norman Feasey
Unknown: Arthur Hammond
Unknown: Victor Borowski
Unknown: Bruce Gallaway
Producer: Donald Sturrock

: Artists and Models

The last of three films set in Paris during a century of revolution.
Men and Wild Horses with By the middle of the 19th century, Ingres is the grand old man of French painting. His arch-rival Delacroix is still the guiding light of the Romantics. But there is one genius, a contemporary of both men, who has been utterly forgotten. A writer, Charles Clement , sets out to investigate the mysterious and tragic Theodore Gericault.
An art documentary with the mystery and grip of a thriller
DAILY TELEGRAPH
Unmissable ... this innovative, enthralling trilogy CITY LIMITS Designer RICHARD MORRIS Written and directed by LESLIE MEGAHEY (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Clement
Unknown: Theodore Gericault.
Designer: Richard Morris
Directed By: Leslie Megahey
Charles Clement: Alan Dobie
Dorcy: David Markham
Charlet: Frank Middlemass
Countess Pracontal: Catherine Willmer
Etex: John Bennett
Savigny: Peter Copley
Models.ANGELA GRAHAM JONES: Ronald Chenery
Models.ANGELA GRAHAM JONES: Harry Parkinson
Models.ANGELA GRAHAM JONES: Michael Sundin
Models.ANGELA GRAHAM JONES: Lindsay Holiday

: The Film Club: Castaways

Film critic Michel Ciment, author of books on Stanley Kubrick and John Boorman, introduces two films set on Pacific Islands in the Second World War.
"Hell in the Pacific"
starring Lee Marvin as the US Marine, Toshiro Mifune as the Japanese naval officer
At the height of the battle for the Pacific, an American pilot and a Japanese naval officer come face to face on an uninhabited island. Their impersonal war becomes a conflict between two men struggling for survival.
John Boorman's unusual drama is being shown for the first time with the director's original intended ending.
IN THE PICTURE: page 15

and at 11.55
"The Saga of Anatahan"
starring Akemi Negishi, Tadashi Suganuma In 1944, 12 survivors from a sunken Japanese ship manage to swim to the island of Anatahan. The castaways find only two inhabitants there - Kusakabe, an unfriendly man, and the beautiful Keiko, whom they take to be his wife. Their codes of military discipline soon break down with their growing desperation and sexual desire for Keiko.
Von Sternberg's final film, made almost entirely in a studio, is being shown in its complete version.
FILMS: page 15

Contributors

Introduced by: Michel Ciment
("Hell: in the Pacific")
Screenplay: Alexandra Jacobs
Screenplay: Eric Bercovici
Producer: Reuben Bercovitch
Director: John Boorman
The US Marine: Lee Marvin
The Japanese naval officer: Toshiro Mifune
("The: Saga of Anatahan")
Screenplay: Josef von Sternberg
Based on the memoir "Anatahan" by: Michiro Maruyuma
Producer: K. Takimura
Director: Josef von Sternberg
Narrator: Josef von Sternberg
Keiko ('queen bee'): Akemi Negishi
Kusakabe ('husband'): T. Adashi Suganuma
'Drones': Takahashi: Kisaburo Sawamura
Semba: Shoji Nakayama
Nishio: Jun Fujikawa
Yananuma: Hiroshi Kondo
Yoshiri: Shozo Miyashita
Maruyuma (shamisen player): Rokuriro Kinoya
Warrant officer ('patriot'): Shiro Amikura
Two skippers: Tsuruemon Bando
Two skippers: Kikuji Onoe
'Homesick ones': Daijiro Tamura
'Homesick ones': Takashi Kitagawa
'Homesick ones': T. Akeshi Suzuki








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