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: Open University

Education: Let There Be Music

: World Snooker

World Professional Snooker Championship Round 1
Day Five - and the search continues for that second round line-up.
REX WILLIAMS completes his first-round 19-frame match. On the other table is
Welshman DOUG MOUNTJOY - the victim when STEVE DAVIS won his first world title in 1981. Doug's opponent could be either BARRY WEST or STEVE NEWBURY.
DAVID ICKE introduces coverage from the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield.

Contributors

Unknown: Doug Mountjoy
Unknown: Steve Davis
Unknown: Barry West
Unknown: Steve Newbury.

: The Flumps

A See-Saw programme Secrets (R)

: Snooker and Racing

World Professional Snooker Championship Round 1
NEAL FOULDS joins the fray with his opening nine frames in the first round against qualifier WAYNE JONES - and there's sure to be a fallen soldier on the other table where JOHN PARROTT and WARREN KING play their match out to a finish.
Racing from Cheltenham
2.15 EBF Novices' Hurdle Race Final (2m)
2.50 Piper Champagne
Golden Miller Steeplechase (3m, 2f)
Following this race commemorating the five-time Gold Cup winner, the presentations of the sport's major awards to the jockey and trainer of the year, bravest horse and greatest contributor to National Hunt racing during the past season.
3.25 South Wales Showers Mira Silver Trophy Steeplechase (2 1/2 m)
4.00 Steel Plate and Sections Young Chasers
Championship Final (2 1/2 m) Commentators
PETER O'SULLEVAN and RICHARD PITMAN Producer FRED VINER including at
2.00 and 3.00
News and Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Neal Foulds
Unknown: Wayne Jones
Unknown: John Parrott
Unknown: Warren King
Unknown: Peter O'Sullevan
Unknown: Richard Pitman
Producer: Fred Viner

: Film 88

: World Snooker

World Professional Snooker Championship Round 1
After sharing the afternoon's action in Sheffield with racing, an hour of snooker coming up - and not a horse in sight!
DAVID VINE introduces further coverage from the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield.

: Young Musician of the Year

Brass Semi-Final
Humphrey Burton introduces trumpeters, trombonists, horn players and a lone tuba player, 11 of this country's most promising young brass instrumentalists, who compete to go forward to next Tuesday's final. The panel of adjudicators includes trumpeter
Crispian Steele-Perkins , trombonist Chris Mowat , horn player
Jonathan Goodall , conductor Adrian Leaper and the resident adjudicator,
Professor Alun Hoddinott. Brass players have always produced enterprising programmes; tonight's is no exception.
Director PETER MANIURA

Contributors

Introduces: Humphrey Burton
Unknown: Crispian Steele-Perkins
Horn: Chris Mowat
Conductor: Jonathan Goodall
Conductor: Adrian Leaper
Unknown: Professor Alun Hoddinott.
Director: Peter Maniura

: The Rock & Roll Years

1969
The quintessential sex-and-drugs-and-rock 'n' roll year. The news - man steps on to the moon, the Stones play in Hyde Park and release butterflies for Brian, there is love in the air at Woodstock and the Isle of Wight.
But from Chappaquiddick to Cielo Drive the dream begins to unravel, and at Altamont it dies.
The music - Canned Heat
Dusty Springfield the Hollies, the Who,
Blind Faith, Marsha Hunt Videotape editor MARK LAWRENCE Producer ANN FREER

Contributors

Unknown: Marsha Hunt

: Antenna

Introduced by Lewis Wolpert Issues from science today The Machiavellian Ape
Is it man the tool-maker, or man the schemer? New research suggests our minds evolved, not through making tools and hunting, but through knowing how to deceive enemies and charm friends. This new 'theory of mind' - the ability to see the world through another's eyes - is providing startling insights into childhood autism.
Superstrings: Unravelling the Universe
It's been called the theory of everything, a way of describing the very nature of matter. But will superstring theory really tie up all the loose ends?
The Chemistry of Pauling
The greatest chemist of the 20th century and winner of two Nobel prizes,
Linus Pauling has been a tireless campaigner against nuclear testing and promoter of the therapeutic virtues of vitamin C. Now at 87, he is producing some of his most remarkable work.
Directors PETER CERESOLE
MARTIN MORTIMORE. JON PALFREMAN Executive producer DAVID PATERSON Series producer JANA BENNETT
0 INFO: page 91 and WODDIS ON: page 97

Contributors

Introduced By: Lewis Wolpert
Unknown: Linus Pauling
Directors: Peter Ceresole
Unknown: Martin Mortimore.
Producer: David Paterson
Producer: Jana Bennett

: World Snooker

World Professional Snooker Championship Round 1
Tonight, CLIFF THORBURN begins his eighth attempt to regain the title he first won in 1980. He meets fellow countryman KIRK STEVENS who's had to qualify. On the other table, DOUG MOUNTJOY concludes his first-round tie. Further coverage continues in Sportsnight on BBC1 at 10.30pm.

Contributors

Unknown: Cliff Thorburn
Unknown: Kirk Stevens
Unknown: Doug Mountjoy

: Sophia and Constance

written by JOHN HARVEY based on The Old Wives' Tale by ARNOLD BENNETT
The second of six parts with Patricia Routledge Alfred Burke
Linsey Beauchamp Katy Behean
Nigel Bradshaw Leonard Preston
Five years have passed since John Baines died. Sophia's guilt and Constance's dutiful nature have kept both sisters at work in the family draper's shop, but Mrs Baines finds her grip on the girls threatened when both make up their minds to marry.
Music GEOFFREY BURGON
Lighting director BOB CHAPLIN
Designers MICHAEL EDWARDS , ROB HINDS Producer JOHN HARRIS Directed by ROMEY ALLISON , HUGH DAVID
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Contributors

Written By: John Harvey
Unknown: Arnold Bennett
Unknown: Patricia Routledge
Unknown: Alfred Burke
Unknown: Linsey Beauchamp
Unknown: Katy Behean
Unknown: Nigel Bradshaw
Unknown: Leonard Preston
Unknown: John Baines
Unknown: Mrs Baines
Director: Bob Chaplin
Unknown: Designers Michael Edwards
Unknown: Rob Hinds
Producer: John Harris
Directed By: Romey Allison
Directed By: Hugh David
Constance: Linsey Beauchamp
Samuel Povey: Nigel Bradshaw
Sophia: Katy Behean
Mrs Baines: Patricia Routledge
Minister: Philip Anthony
Mr Critchlow: Alfred Burke
Gerald Scales: Leonard Preston
Maria Insull: Freda Dowie
Maggi: Penny Leatherbarrow
Aunt Harriet: Sheila Keith

: Daughters of Abraham

The third of three personal views with Israeli and Palestinian women. A Fight to Survive?
Tamar is a young lieutenant in the Israeli army. Zoa lives a circumscribed and difficult life under Israeli military rule on the West Bank. What are their hopes and fears on the 40th anniversary of the establishment of Israel?

: Newsnight

The last word on world events analysed by Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Snow
Unknown: Donald MacCormick

: Weatherview

: Open University

11.40 Environmental Control and Public Health
Air Pollution: Dilute and Disperse Drax Power Station has the tallest stack in the UK. What happens to the emissions? How diluted are they by the time they reach the ground? Producer MARTIN WRIGHT
12.05 Design and Innovation
Gallium Arsenide: Pulled from Obscurity
Will this material replace silicon for the chip? A programme in the Design and Innovation series explores this crucial invention.
Producer KEVIN NEWPORT (R)

Contributors

Producer: Martin Wright








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