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: Open University

Measuring Electrons and Atoms

: Daytime on Two

9.30 New Series
Links. The Global Supermarket (e)
9.55 Who, Me?
New Home, New School
(e)
10.15 A-level Studies: German 1: It's a Man's World
Is a muscular body attractive and if so, to whom? Is bodybuilding a sport or just a self-indulgent waste of time? KLAUS ROMER watches highlights from the World
Bodybuilding Championships in Graz with a studio audience of West German and Austrian teenagers.
Production GODFREY JOHNSON SUSAN PATON (R) (e)
10.38
The Geography Programme What Ice Did to the Land
(e)
11.00 Storytime
The Magic Birthday Cake
(e)
11.18 Mindstretchers A to B: Solutions
Problems for 10- to 12-year-olds to work on, with suggested solutions.Travel by foot, train, bus or cycle, or a combination of all. Which is the quickest? Series producer EDWARD HAYWARD (R) (e)
11.23 Pages from Ceefax
11.35 Update USA 1: Great Lakes City
Cleveland, on the shores of Lake Erie and one of the original capitals of industrial
America, is struggling with the problems of decline as investment for new industry seeks out more profitable locations in the south and west of the USA.
Producer LEN BROWN (R) (e)
12.00 English File
The Power of Language Power to Persuade
A series of programmes providing examples of language in use. How can you choose your words to persuade?
Among others, salespeople and politicians provide answers.
Producer EDWARD HAYWARD (R) (e)
12.35 Scene
QPR Askey Is Dead by LESLIE STEWART
'They sent you, their rejects, to me. They didn't want you embarrassing them in public places. Loud-mouthed boys with nothing better to do than shout the odds....'
Paul returns to his old school, a school for the maladjusted, to find it has been closed down and is about to be converted into ten luxury apartments.
Photography GRAHAM VEEVERS Film editor PETER BARBER Produced and directed by ROGER TONGE
(e)
1.05 Mach's Gut!
Basic skills in German 1: Out Shopping
Shopping in the market; expressing opinions; hiring a bike or skis.
With ROBERT RAUCH
SYLVIA ROTTER
Introduced by PAUL MCDOWELL Producer CAROLINE GODLEY (R) (e)

Contributors

Unknown: Klaus Romer
Unknown: Godfrey Johnson
Unknown: Susan Paton
Producer: Edward Hayward
Unknown: Lake Erie
Producer: Len Brown
Producer: Edward Hayward
Unknown: Leslie Stewart
Editor: Peter Barber
Directed By: Roger Tonge
Unknown: Robert Rauch
Unknown: Sylvia Rotter
Introduced By: Paul McDowell
Producer: Caroline Godley

: Fingermouse

A See-Saw programme with lain Lauchlan and Jane Hardy Sitar
The day dawns to the music of the sitar. Drat decides to be nice for a change and tells Fingermouse the story of the Mouse and the Lion. Guess who plays the Lion? Music by RICHARD BROWN Puppets by JOANNE COLE
Designer RICHARD BRACKENBURY Producer MICHAEL COLE (R)

Contributors

Music By: Richard Brown
Unknown: Joanne Cole
Designer: Richard Brackenbury
Producer: Michael Cole

: Walrus

In No Time by CATHY PELLICER
A four-part story about language and how it is used. 1: 'These kids ought not to have been in the television studio anyway....'
Producer MORTON SURGUY (e)

Contributors

Unknown: Cathy Pellicer

: News

Weather followed by You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds What can Cosmo and Dibs see in their new painting?
Gary Wilmot tries to guess. Watch two boys take photographs.
Animation MIKE HIBBERT (R) (e)

Contributors

Unknown: Gary Wilmot
Unknown: Mike Hibbert
Paul: Gary Beadle
Jo: Jenna Russell
Mr Downs: Harry Towb
Harry: Sebastlan Shaw
Girl: Helen Bartley
Young Paul: Brendon Dixon
First Alien: Paul Gee
Second Alien: Annette Badland
Ranjit: Raj Ghatak
Lynne: Leesa Williams
Barbara: Claudette Stewart
Gary: Peter Ferdinando
Cosmo: Frances Kay
Dibs: Francis Wright

: Weekend Outlook

: World Snooker

Embassy World Professional Snooker Championship Second Semi-final
Play in the second session of this semi begins at 3.00 - live coverage of that. But first news of the morning's play, and during 'Snookerbreak' at around 2.45 the draw for the winners of the Shot of the Championship competition. The winners will have an all-expenses paid trip for the Final in Sheffield.
DAVID ICKE is at the Crucible
Theatre in Sheffield. including at
3.00 News and Weather

: Rainbow City

Five thousand children sang Rainbow City as Their Royal Highnesses, The Prince and Princess of Wales inaugurated the Glasgow Garden Festival of 1988. Over the next five months more than four million people are expected to visit this spectacular pleasure park. Tom Fleming presents highlights from the opening of the biggest outdoor event in Britain this year. Producer DAVID MARTIN

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Fleming
Producer: David Martin

: World Snooker

World Professional Snooker Championship
Second Semi-final
Further coverage introduced by DAVID VINE as the semi-finalists edge ever closer to the 'big one'. For the losers the consolation of a E28,500 pay-out. It's probably not enough to get rid of the disappointment, even so.

Contributors

Introduced By: David Vine

: Young Musician of the Year

The Finalists
Four young players, a pianist, a brass player, a wind player and a string player, have battled through four rounds of elimination heats to reach Sunday's concerto final. Humphrey Burton introduces these four outstanding players and shows how they reached the concerto final with excerpts from their victorious semi-final and final recitals.
The programme also gives an insight into what they do when they're not practising. Sound GRAHAM HAINES Lighting RON MINTY
Adminstrator ROSEMARY SADLER Executive producer ROY TIPPING

Contributors

Introduces: Humphrey Burton
Unknown: Rosemary Sadler

: On the House

Pattie Coldwell and Harry Greene move on to the second stage of landscaping the garden designed by Faith and Geoff Whiten. Rick Ball takes a craftsman's advice on repairing and replacing the leaded lights at Number 50, while in Troubleshoot Harry shows a keen decorator how to remove a radiator. Producer ANDREW MEIKLE
Series producer STEPHANIE SILK BBC Pebble Mill
For fact sheet send cheque or postal order (payable to Housefax) to: [address removed]
Enclose 95p for double issue (7 and 8) or £4.30 for whole series (1-10)

Contributors

Unknown: Harry Greene
Unknown: Geoff Whiten.
Unknown: Rick Ball

: Weekend

Guy Michelmore presents a live preview of the places to go and things to do in the region, and with reporters Nigel Farrell and Penny
Bustin helps you to make the most of your weekend. With up-to-the-minute AA road reports and weather. Producer PETER LOWE
Editor COLIN STANBRIDGE

Contributors

Unknown: Guy Michelmore
Reporters: Nigel Farrell
Producer: Peter Lowe
Editor: Colin Stanbridge

: Gardeners' World

from Nantmor, Gwynedd with Geoff Hamilton and John Kelly
A wonderful view of Snowdon seems idyllic. It is if you can see the mountain, but 75 inches of rain often get in the way and make growing anything a little more difficult. Angela and Hugh Mason have a beautiful garden, built from experience. Their successes and failures with shrubs, flowers and vegetables are lessons for every gardener.
Production assistant JEAN LAUGHTON Producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
Plant list on Ceefax Page 261
'The Gardeners' World Handbook with useful and easy-to-follow advice for the keen gardener, including tips from Geoff Hamilton on paving a path and John Kelly on alpines, is now available from booksellers, price £4.95.

Contributors

Unknown: Geoff Hamilton
Unknown: John Kelly
Unknown: Hugh Mason
Unknown: Jean Laughton
Producer: John Kenyon
Unknown: Geoff Hamilton
Unknown: John Kelly

: World Snooker

World Professional Snooker Championship First Semi-final
News of the opening frames of the third session.
Introduced by DAVID VINE

Contributors

Introduced By: David Vine

: Review

True to Type ~ John Savage reviews the work of graphic artist Neville Brody , whose one-man show at the Victoria and Albert Museum opens this week. Brody's designs, most notably for magazines such as The Face and Arena, have made him one of the most influential young designers in recent years. Chiantishire
Russell Davies talks to John Mortimer about his new book Summer's Lease, which follows the intrigues of the British expatriate community in Tuscany, and residents Muriel Spark and Sir Harold Acton discuss the attraction of the area as a place of exile for writers. Wall Street
Mary Ann Sieghart reviews Oliver Stone 's new film in which he leaves the battlefields of Vietnam he portrayed in Platoon for the unscrupulous and swashbuckling world of New York high finance. Michael Douglas and Charlie Sheen play the protagonists in this conflict between lust for serious money and the demands of the law and moral responsibility. Directors ELLEN FRASER
DAISY GOODWIN. NICOLA ROBERTS Producer ALEX MARENGO Editor JOHN ARCHER

Contributors

Unknown: John Savage
Artist: Neville Brody
Artist: Albert Museum
Unknown: John Mortimer
Unknown: Muriel Spark
Unknown: Sir Harold Acton
Unknown: Mary Ann Sieghart
Unknown: Oliver Stone
Unknown: Michael Douglas
Unknown: Charlie Sheen
Directors: Ellen Fraser
Unknown: Daisy Goodwin.
Editor: John Archer

: Secret Services: The Embalmers

We all demand services few of us would want to provide. The people who do those jobs live in 'secret' worlds, facing ignorance, suspicion or distaste from those outside. Seventy-five per cent of people who die in our towns and cities are embalmed.
This film examines the work of Alan and John, 'trade embalmers', handling 80-100 cases a week. For them, their job is a service, giving relatives a chance to grieve without shock. But how do they cope with the work itself - and the knowledge that most people would be shocked that they can do it?
BBC Bristol

Contributors

Film Cameraman: Graham Frake
Film Editor: Dorothy Gazidis
Producer: Hannah Lowy.

: A Party Political Broadcast

by the Social Democratic Party

: Newsnight

with Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick
Reporters NICK CLARKE
LINDA CHRISTMAS, CHRIS LOWE
DAVID COSS , GAVIN ESLER
OLENKA FRENKIEL
MARGARET GILMORE
JAMES HOGG , WILL HUTTON
WESLEY KERR
PETER MARSHALL
JULIAN O'HALLORAN
DAVID SELLS, DAVID TINDALL
CHARLES WHEELER Assignment editors
NIGEL CHAPMAN. NICK GUTHRIE Deputy editor MIKE ROBINSON

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Snow
Unknown: Donald MacCormick
Reporters: Nick Clarke
Unknown: Chris Lowe
Unknown: David Coss
Unknown: Gavin Esler
Unknown: Olenka Frenkiel
Unknown: Margaret Gilmore
Unknown: James Hogg
Unknown: Wesley Kerr
Unknown: Peter Marshall
Unknown: Julian O'Halloran
Unknown: David Tindall
Unknown: Charles Wheeler
Unknown: Nigel Chapman.
Unknown: Nick Guthrie
Editor: Mike Robinson

: Weatherview

: World Snooker

Embassy World Professional Snooker Championship First Semi-final
Latest news on how the gladiators are going on, with coverage going into Saturday morning. It's the conclusion of Day 14 - and there are just three to go now!
A wide-awake DAVID VINE brings the action from the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield. Television presentation
MIKE ADLEY. PETER HAYWARD Producer KEITH MACKENZIE
Executive producers NICK HUNTER IAN EDWARDS

Contributors

Unknown: Mike Adley.
Producer: Keith MacKenzie
Producers: Nick Hunter
Producers: Ian Edwards








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