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: Open University

6.50 City Centre Development
7.40 Introductory Electronics: Feedback
8.05 Education for Adults: Unemployment in Clwyd
8.30 Geology: Inside Volcanoes
8.55 Maths: Intermediate Value Theorem
9.20 Social Sciences: Sociobiology
9.45 Utilitarianism
10.10 Nene College and the 80s
10.35 Maths: Finding a Formula
11.00 Calculus: Area for Revision
11.25 Science: The Periodic Table
11.50 Maths Modelling: Knots
12.15pm Biology: Pattern Formation
12.40 Computing: Overseas Containers

: 100 Great Sporting Moments

Cricket
Botham v Australia 1981 (R)

: Sunday Grandstand

Introduced by Steve Rider Timetable*
1.30 Rallying
2.00 Rugby League
2.20 Motor Racing
4.15 Rugby League
'Timings are subject to alteration
Motor Racing
Monaco Grand Prix
Formula One racing at its most stunning - the picturesque harbour-scene, the faces of 'Ie chic', and a current crop of drivers gambling for high stakes.
Commentators MURRAY WALKER and JAMES HUNT
0 FEATURE: page 16
Rugby League
Stones Bitter Premiership Final
Old Trafford redresses itself - the Red Devils' favours come down, the rugby league goal-posts go up. Second
Division Premiership Final and, top of the bill, the First Division Premiership Final. Commentators RAY FRENCH and MAURICE BAMFORD
Football
A look back at yesterday's best moments.
Rallying
Fram Filters Welsh Rally
A high-speed look at Wales.... STEVE RIDER reports. Television presentation:
Motor Racing RMC, Monaco
Rugby League KEITH PHILLIPS Studio producer
CAMPBELL FERGUSON
Assistant editor BRIAN BARWICK Producer MARTIN HOPKINS Editor JOHN PHILIPS

Contributors

Introduced By: Steve Rider
Commentators: Murray Walker
Commentators: James Hunt
Commentators: Ray French
Commentators: Maurice Bamford
Unknown: Steve Rider
Unknown: Keith Phillips
Unknown: Campbell Ferguson
Editor: Brian Barwick
Producer: Martin Hopkins
Editor: John Philips

: The Money Programme

Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton present Britain's most popular financial and business programme. With Paul Burden Henry Harington Mike Robinson and Francine Stock reporting from home and abroad.
Studio director SUE TURBETT Editor JONATHAN CRANE

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Widlake
Unknown: Valerie Singleton
Unknown: Paul Burden
Unknown: Henry Harington
Unknown: Mike Robinson
Unknown: Francine Stock

: The First Eden

The Mediterranean World and Man
A series offourprogrammes by David Attenborough 2: The Gods Enslaved
From the rise of ancient Egypt to the fall of the Roman Empire, man's attitude to nature was transformed.
David Attenborough explores underground galleries in Egypt where bull gods were buried, finds millions of mummified birds, and tombs with paintings illustrating the Egyptians' reverence for nature. On Crete, settlers were cultivating the vine and the olive and harvesting the sea for octupuses, sponges and tunny fish.
By Roman times the natural world was regarded as a larder to be raided with impunity. Was it coincidence that the great cities such as Leptis Magna in Libya were beginning to collapse?
Photography MARTIN SAUNDERS Film editor MARTIN ELSBURY
Series producer ANDREW NEAL BBC Bristol (R)
*CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: David Attenborough
Unknown: David Attenborough
Editor: Martin Elsbury

: Theatre Night: The Master Builder

by HENRIK IBSEN translated by MICHAEL MEYER Oppressed by past tragedies and an unhappy marriage, the master builder is haunted by his fears of the future - that, some day, youth will arrive to knock him off his pedestal.
Music composed by FRANCIS SHAW Lighting HOWARD KING
Designer DAVID MYERSCOUGH-JONES Producer SHAUN SUTTON
Director MICHAEL DARLOW
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: Henrik Ibsen
Translated By: Michael Meyer
Composed By: Francis Shaw
Unknown: Howard King
Designer: David Myerscough-Jones
Producer: Shaun Sutton
Director: Michael Darlow
Halvard Solness: Leo McKern
Aline Solness: Jane Lapotaire
Hilde Wangel: Miranda Richardson
Dr Herdal: Donald Churchill
Knut Brovik: Sebastian Shaw
Kaja Fosli: Natalie Ogle

: Moviedrome

Film-maker Alex Cox introduces a series of classic cult films. Tonight:
Electra Glide in Blue starring
Robert Blake
Billy (Green) Bush
Roaring up and down the Arizona highways, motorcycle cop John Wintergreen dreams of becoming a detective.
When he discovers a corpse, apparently suicide, 'Big
John' decides that it is, in fact, murder. With his hunch proved correct he is promoted to detective, but he soon finds the work far from glamorous. Cameraman CONRAD HALL brilliantly captures the spectacular American landscape, creating a fascinating background to the action.
Screenplay by ROBERT BORRIS Based on the novel by ROBERT BORRIS and RUPERT HITZIG Produced and directed by JAMES WILLIAM GUERCIO
Television presentation NICK JONES
0 FILMS: page 26

Contributors

Introduces: Alex Cox
Unknown: Robert Blake
Unknown: John Wintergreen
Unknown: Conrad Hall
Unknown: Robert Borris
Novel By: Robert Borris
Novel By: Rupert Hitzig
Directed By: James William Guercio
Unknown: Nick Jones
John Wintergreen: Robert Blake
Zipper Davis: Billy (green) Bush
Harve Poole: Mitchell Ryan
Jolene: Jeannine Riley
Coroner: Royal Dano
Bus driver: David J Wolinski
Bob Zemko: Peter Cetera
Killer: Terry Kath








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