12.15 Computer Aided Engineering
12.40 Manufacturing Systems
1.05 Changing Countryside: The Coast
1.30 Mental Handicap: Moving On
Presented by Shahnaz Pakraven Sudha Kumari Fatima Salaria
Tina Munim , former
Miss Teenage India and star of the Bombay film industry, is in the Network East studio for an exclusive interview and the launch of her new designer shalwar kameez collection. A profile of South African-born painter Sharon Lutchman , whose work - inspired by jazz music - is causing a stir in artistic circles.
Plus the top stories of the week, the Video Top Ten chart and film clips.
Producer NAR1NDER MINHAS
Executive producer JOHN WILCOX
Series producer NARENDHRA MORAR BBC Pebble Mill
starring Marilyn Monroe, Clark Gable, Montgomery Clift
Arthur Miller's powerful drama, written specially for his then wife
Marilyn Monroe, is set in the garish environment of Reno. An ageing cowboy drifts into the company of three other misfits - a rodeo rider, a mechanic and a showgirl - each in search of a meaning to their lives.
Marilyn Monroe in her last completed picture gives a deeply moving and sensitive performance. Also appearing in his last film, Clark Gable, 'the king' of Hollywood, gives one of the finest performances of his career.
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Old man in bar:
CIS Insurance United Kingdom Indoor Bowls Championship This is the first day of a nine-day tournament involving 32 top-class level-green bowlers from the British Isles. The first match is between the reigning champion and No 1 seed TONY ALLCOCK and COLIN SOMMERVILLE , who is unseeded, from Scotland.
Next a newcomer to the top echelon of bowlers, CLIFFORD CRAIG (Ireland), takes on the No 16 seed RICHARD CORSIE (Scotland). The final match this afternoon is between
1987 winner STEPHEN REES
(Wales) seeded 9 and one of two crown green bowlers in the competition,
ROBERT CRAWSHAW from Wilmslow who is unseeded.
Introduced by DAVID ICKE Commentators
DAVID RHYS JONES
Summarisers MAL HUGHES
DAVID MCGILL , JOHN BELL Television presentation
KEITH MACKENZIE. PETER HAYWARD HUW JOSEPH
Producer KEITH PHILLIPS
Laurie Mayer reads today's latest news and sport. Lisa Davidson reviews the week in pictures, with subtitles.
Followed by Weather
Touch the Earth
Music MICHAEL NYMAN
Installation DIETER PIETSCH
Rosemary Butcher is a leading figure in the new generation of choreographers working in Britain, and Touch the Earth one of the most important of her recent works. In it she explores the ideas of rite and ritual, the possession of land and being expelled from that land.
Michael Nyman - composer of film scores for film-maker
Peter Greenway - has written a wonderfully evocative score.
Sculptor Dieter Pietsch has designed a simple setting that, when seen in the empty warehouse where the dance was recorded, adds to the sense of loneliness and sadness that is the core of this dance work.
Rosemary Butcher Dance Company Dancers:
CAROLINE PEGG , GARY ROWE
Costumes GILLIE DEAN
CATHERINE MUSKER (viola) Videotape editor DENNIS COLLETT Lighting designer JOHN NEAL
Produced and directed by BOB LOCKYER
Big Easy Music 1
The first of two concerts from the city with the world's richest gumbo of musical traditions, New Orleans. Recorded at the Toulouse
Theatre on Mardi Gras day
1988, this unique gathering of the city's leading r'n'b stars features Allen Toussaint ,
Dr John, Irma Thomas , the Neville Brothers, the Dirty
Dozen Brass Band, the Dixie Cups, Frankie Ford , Clarence 'Frogman' Henry, Ernie
K-Doe, and Big Chief Monk Boudreaux.
Production QUINT DAVIS. MARY DICKINSON FRED DUKES. JIM GABOUR Executive producers
NIGEL FINCH. ANTHONY WALL
CIS Insurance United Kingdom Indoor Bowls Championship Three more matches of the first round.
Unseeded ALAN MATHIAS was drawn against ROY CUTTS seeded No 8 but Roy had to withdraw and he is replaced by unseeded IAN BRUCE
(Scotland) making No 8 seed redundant. JIM BAKER (5) plays newcomer
KEITH RENWICK (England) while PIP BRANFIELD (England) takes on TERRY SULLIVAN (Wales) seeded No 12.
Film director Mike Hodges introduces the Taviani Brothers' acclaimed masterpiece. Kaos starring
The Taviani brothers' visually stunning Kaos brings to life four of Luigi Pirandello's short stories. Tales of love, sorrow and laughter, shaded by superstition and gentle irony and dominated by the harsh landscapes of Sicily, lead to an imagined episode in the writer's own life.
Pirandello was born in Sicily near the forest of Cavusu, the dialect corruption of the Greek word kaos. 1: The Other Son 2: Moonsickness 3: The Jar 4: Requiem 5: Conversing with Mother
Freely adapted from the short stories of LUIGI PIRANDELLO
Written and directed by PAOLO TAVIANI AND VITTORIO TAVIANI Film Club presentation DAVID THOMPSON
(An Italian film with English subtitles)
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CIS Insurance United Kingdom Indoor Bowls Championship DAVID ICKE introduces further coverage.
Commentators DAVID RHYS JONES
, JIMMY DAVIDSON
Summarisers MAL HUGHES
DAVID MCGILL. JOHN BELL