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: Open University

6.50 Urban Change: State Intervention
7.40 'The Art of Physick'
8.05 Education: A Scottish Option
8.30 Geology: The Capitan Reef
8.55 Shapes of Flows
9.20 Meanings of Madness (2)
9.45 Arts: King Cotton's Palace
10.10 Education: A Second Chance
10.35 Maths: Modelling Cranes
11.00 Calculus: The Directional Derivative
11.25 Frontiers of Geology
11.50 Maths Methods: The Exam
12.15 The Plant Cell Wall
12.40 Database: Security

: *pm Sunday Grandstand

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: Ambush at Masai Mara

Narrated by David Attenborough
... the wildebeest are coming! The hunt is on - a time of plenty for the lions of Musiara marsh.
Nothing quite matches the awesome spectacle of the wildebeest migration.
The vast herds must cross Kenya's fast-flowing Mara river and run the gauntlet of the waiting marsh lions. From dawn to dusk, follow the dramatic part lion and wildebeest play in Africa's greatest wildlife show.
Filmed and directed by HUGH MILES Written and produced by KEENAN SMART BBC Bristol (R)
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: David Attenborough
Directed By: Hugh Miles
Produced By: Keenan Smart

: pm The RKO Story - Tales from Hollywood

Howard's Way
The final chapter of this six part award-winning series begins when millionaire eccentric Howard Hughes buys RKO for $8 1/2 million. Edward Asner takes a last look at the confidential studio files.
Producers CHAKI.ES CHABOT and ROSEMARY WILTON (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Edward Asner
Unknown: Rosemary Wilton

: pm Arabian Knight

The Story of Said Aouita Said Aouita is the most exciting athlete in the world today
In the run-up to the Olympic Games in Seoul later this month, he talks frankly about his ambitions to add the 1500m gold to the 5,000m Olympic title he won in LA. (An ARTFEL Production for BBCtv)

Contributors

Unknown: Aouita Said Aouita

: Moviedrome

Film-maker Alex Cox introduces a series of classic cult films. Tonight:
One-Eyed Jacks starring Marlon Brando with Karl Maiden
Sonora, 1880: after a daring bank robbery, Rio and'Dad'
Longworth are trapped by the Mexican police.
Escaping on their only horse, Longworth promises to return with fresh mounts, but takes the gold and lets his partner down. Rio endures five years in jail thinking only of revenge ...
Screenplay by GUY TROSPER. CALDER WILLINGHAM Based on the novel
The Authentic Death ofHendry Jones by CHARLES NEIDER
Produced by FRANK P. ROSENBERG Directed by MARLON BRANDO
FILMS: page 19

Contributors

Introduces: Alex Cox
Unknown: Marlon Brando
Unknown: Karl Maiden
Unknown: Guy Trosper. Calder Willingham
Produced By: Frank P. Rosenberg
Directed By: Marlon Brando
Rio: Marlon Brando
: Dad Karlmalden
: Louisa Pinapellicer
Maria: Katy Jurado
Bob Amory: Ben Johnson
Lon: Slim Pickens
Modesto: Larry Duran
Harvey: Sam Gilman
Howard: Timothy Carey
Redhead: Miriam Colon
Bank teller: Elisha Cook
Rurales's leader: Rudolph Acosta

: *am Championship Darts

Unipart British Professional Championship from Redcar Bowl
On the oche tonight are JOCKY WILSON (6) and the great ERIC BRISTOW (3).
LEIGHTON REES will have a fight against STEVE GITTINS.

Contributors

Unknown: Jocky Wilson
Unknown: Leighton Rees
Unknown: Steve Gittins.








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