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: Open University

6.50 The Oil Game
7.15 Maths: Confidence
7.40 King Frederick and Voltaire
8.05 Whose Land Is It Anyway?
8.30 Lightning Does Strike Twice
8.55 Maths: Shrinking Polygons
9.20 Pictures of Politics
9.45 Utilitarianism
10.10 Education: The William Tyndale Case
10.35 Maths: Curve Sketching
11.00 Technology: Novel Proteins
11.25 Equilibrium Rules - OK?
11.50 Maths Methods: Vector Products
12.15pm Biology: Cell Movement
12.40 How Minerals Are Made

Contributors

Unknown: William Tyndale

: Hawk of the Wilderness

A serial in 12 parts starring Herman Brix as Kioga, the Hawk 1:Mysterious Island
A dramatic message from the past leads distinguished scientist Dr Munro to a hidden Arctic island inhabited by a lone young white man and a lost tribe of fiercely hostile Indians. A REPUBLIC serial
(R)

Contributors

Unknown: Herman Brix

: Sunday Grandstand

Introduced by Steve Rider Timetable*
1.35 Cricket
2.25 Motorcycling
3.00 Cricket
3.55 Motorcycling
4.40 Cricket
6.30 Motorcycling
* Timings are subject to alterations
Cricket from Canterbury Kent v Yorkshire
Refuge Assurance League For Sunday League consistency it looks to be Kent, but Yorkshire did awfully well in a one-day Lord's final last year, didn't they?
Commentators PETER WALKER and RALPH DELLOR
Motorcycling from Carnaby Raceway ACU British Road Race Championships
The main event live at
4.00pm, the Fl 750cc racers plus, in no particular order,
TT Production machines and the 250cc Junior classes. Commentator
MURRAY WALKER
Television presentation: Cricket BOB DUNCAN
Motorcycling MARTIN WEBSTER Studio producer
CAMPBELL FERGUSON
Assistant editor BRIAN BARWICK Producer MARTIN HOPKINS Editor JOHN PHILIPS

Contributors

Introduced By: Steve Rider
Commentators: Peter Walker
Commentators: Ralph Dellor
Unknown: Murray Walker
Unknown: Bob Duncan
Unknown: Martin Webster
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
Michael Robinson and Francine Scott 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: Michael Robinson
Unknown: Francine Scott
Director: Sue Turbett
Editor: Jonathan Crane

: The First Eden

The Mediterranean World and Man
A series of four programmes by David Attenborough 3: The Wastes of War
What did the crusaders bring home that devastated
Europe? How did the demand for cloth transform the Spanish landscape?
David Attenborough reveals how human migrations, wars, and the growth of trade in medieval times transformed the lands around the Mediterranean. Film editor MARTIN ELSBURY Music by CARL DAvis
Series producer ANDREW NEAL BBC Bristol (R)
*CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: David Attenborough
Unknown: David Attenborough
Editor: Martin Elsbury
Music By: Carl Davis
Producer: Andrew Neal

: 75 Golden Years

A series of three programmes from the Royal Horticultural Society's Chelsea Flower Show
Presented by Peter Seabrook Roy Lancaster and Janet Ellis
Since 1913 the RHS has staged its spectacular
Chelsea Flower Show in the grounds of the Royal
Hospital, Chelsea. This programme looks back over the last 75 years of the Chelsea shows, the changes in fashion, world events which affected the show and, above all, the way in which plants have evolved to fit in with modern domestic conditions - from giant tree rhododendrons brought back from the forests of China and the Himalayas to the modern dwarf rhododendron hybrids. The programme talks to exhibitors such as rose specialist
Rosemary McCarthy and orchid breeder Ray Bilton , and look at the way scientific advancement has changed methods of plant propagation; and discover what is involved in producing perfect blooms. Production assistants
ANN GUMBLEY. JEAN LAUGHTON Directors
MARK KERSHAW. NICK PATTEN Assistant producer
KATHERINE LAPWORTH
Producer DENIS W. GARTSIDE BBC Pebble Mill
0 FEATURE: page 9

Contributors

Presented By: Peter Seabrook
Presented By: Roy Lancaster
Presented By: Janet Ellis
Unknown: Rosemary McCarthy
Unknown: Ray Bilton
Unknown: Jean Laughton
Unknown: Mark Kershaw.
Unknown: Nick Patten
Unknown: Katherine Lapworth

: Theatre Night: What the Butler Saw

by JOE ORTON
In Dr Prentice's Home for the Disturbed, it is a toss-up which are the crazier - the patients or the administrators. After a day of inspired lunacy, the administrators win by a short head....
Music composed by JIM PARKER Producer SHAUN SUTTON Director BARRY DA vis (R)
*CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: Joe Orton
Composed By: Jim Parker
Producer: Shaun Sutton
Director: Barry Da
Dr Prentice: Dinsdale Landen
Geraldine Barclay: Tessa Peake-Jones
Mrs Prentice: Prunella Scales
Nicholas Beckett: Tyler Butterworth
Dr Rance: Timothy West
Sergeant Match: Bryan Pringle

: Five Sculptors

Antony Gormley

'I'm looking for the most direct way to convey feeling in a visual form. The body is a membrane on which all sorts of forces work.'

Antony Gormley uses his own body as a mould for his sculptures which are then covered in fibreglass and lead. For him the place in which they are installed, the space surrounding his work, is as important as the piece itself.

The film watches the process of making one of his sculptures - a piece to be called 'Mind and Body' - looks at some of his earlier work and visits a foundry where his first complete work in iron is being cast.

Contributors

Presenter: Patrick Hughes
Cameraman: Chris Seager
Film Editor: Tariq Anwar
Director: Julia Cave

: Moviedrome

Film-maker Alex Cox introduces a season of classic cult films.
Tonight Diva starring
Wilhelmenia Wiggins
Fernandez Frederic Andrei
Richard Bohringer
American diva Cynthia Hawkins has never cut a disc so the cassette secretly recorded by a young fan,
Jules, is priceless. So is the cassette a dying girl drops into Jules's saddle-bag as it exposes the boss of an international vice-ring.
Ruthless killers compete for possession of the tapes and Jules finds himself the innocent quarry in Jean-
Jacques Beineix's witty and stylish film debut.
Written by JEAN JACQUES BEINEIX and JEAN VAN HAMME from the novel by DELACORTA Produced by IRENE SILBERMAN
Directed by JEAN JACQUES BEINEIX TV presentation NICK JONES
(A French film with English subtitles) 'Razorback Russell Mulcahy 's horror movie set in the Australian outback and starring Gregory Harrison , Arkie Whiteley and Bill Ken
0 FILMS: page 16

Contributors

Introduces: Alex Cox
Unknown: Wilhelmenia Wiggins
Unknown: Fernandez Frederic Andrei
Unknown: Richard Bohringer
Written By: Jean Jacques Beineix
Written By: Jean van Hamme
Produced By: Irene Silberman
Directed By: Jean Jacques Beineix
Unknown: Nick Jones
Unknown: Gregory Harrison
Unknown: Arkie Whiteley
Unknown: Bill Ken
Cynthia: Wilhelmenia Wiggins Fernandez
Jules: Frederic Andrei
Gorodish: Richard Bohringer
Alba: Thuy An Luu
Saporta: Jacques Fabbri
Nadia: Chantal Deruaz
Paula: Anny Romand
The Carribbean: Gerard Darmon
Le cure: Dominique Pinon
Krantz: Jean Jacques Morau
Mortier: Patrick Floersheim








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