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: Open University

6.50 17th-Century Court Patronage
7.15 Design Processes: Fit for the Job
7.40 Asian Families, Western Culture
8.05 Using the Aggregate Demand and Supply Model
8.30 Spectroscopy in a Flash
8.55 Pure Maths: Isomorphisms
9.20 Technology: Eurekaargh! (2)
9.45 Henry IV Parts I and II: Workshop (2)
10.10 Introduction to Calculus
10.35 Newton's Law of Motion
11.00 Art in Italy: Riccio's Bronzes
11.25 Resource Geology
11.50 The Changing Experience of Women
12.15 Probability and Statistics
12.40 Policy Capturing Models
1.05 Education: A Place for Play
1.30 Modem Art: Monet
1.55 Managing in Organisations
2.20 Development in a Turkish Village

: Network East

Presented by Shahnaz Pakravan and Sudha Kumari.
This week the programme investigates the plight of Asian homeworkers and the attempts by MPs like
Keith Vaz to introduce new legislation to protect them.
A growing debate on whether Asians should be termed
'black' is aired and viewers are invited to respond in a telephone poll. There's a special report on fashion from Bombay. Network East's team go to the premiere of the latest hit movie Ram Lakhan and find out what the stars are wearing this season. Director PAUL FREEMAN Producer SUE ASHCROFT
Series producer NARENDHRA MORAR

Contributors

Presented By: Shahnaz Pakravan
Presented By: Sudha Kumari.
Unknown: Keith Vaz
Director: Paul Freeman

: Saturday Cinema: The Scarlet Spear

starring John Bentley Martha Hyer.
To follow his father as Chief of the Maru tribe, Morasi must complete the 'Scarlet Spear' ritual - a fight to the death with a rival tribesman. British District Officer Jim Bamenson is determined to prevent the duel, but first he must find Morasi....
This exciting adventure contains some spectacular wildlife scenes and was filmed entirely on location in Africa. Himself MORASI
Written and directed by GEORGE BREAKSTON and RAY STAHL Produced by CHARLES REYNOLDS
0 FILMS: page 21

Contributors

Unknown: John Bentley
Unknown: Martha Hyer.
Unknown: Jim Bamenson
Directed By: George Breakston
Directed By: Ray Stahl
Produced By: Charles Reynolds
Jim Barnenson: John Bentley
Chris: Martha Hyer

: World Bowls

World Indoor Bowls
Championship
The afternoon's action is devoted to the singles tournament, with both semi-finals on the rink. The pairs final takes place tonight. Introduced by David Icke Summarisers JOHN BELL
GORDON DUNWOODIE
MAL HUGHES , DAVID MCGILL Television presentation KEITH MACKENZIE ,
PETER HAYWARD , HUW JOSEPH Producer KEITH PHILLIPS

Contributors

Introduced By: David Icke
Introduced By: Summarisers John Bell
Introduced By: Gordon Dunwoodie
Unknown: Mal Hughes
Unknown: Keith MacKenzie
Unknown: Peter Hayward
Unknown: Huw Joseph
Producer: Keith Phillips

: The Triumph of the West

A view of world history in 13 parts by John Roberts. 8: An Age of Light The Age of the Enlightenment brought about a revolution in thought. And yet the age of Newton, Voltaire, Rousseau and Jefferson co-existed with slavery, superstition and cruelty. 'Progressive' ideas were to be given a new and fearful force by the French Revolution bringing new tyrannies and disillusionment. Executive producer CHRISTOPHER MARTIN
Director DEREK TOWERS (R)
0 BOOK: same title, £14.95 from booksellers

Contributors

Unknown: John Roberts.
Producer: Christopher Martin
Director: Derek Towers

: NewsView

Moira Stuart reads today's latest news and sport.
Lisa Davidson reviews the week in pictures, with subtitles.
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Unknown: Moira Stuart
Unknown: Lisa Davidson

: Rhythms of the World

The Music of Bulgaria Tonight's programme features a wide range of popular traditional music from Bulgaria. The
Bulgarians are passionate about music - it is part of their national identity - and their songs deal with every aspect of people's lives.
Like many music lovers in the West, pop star Kate Bush has only recently discovered the intensity and richness of Bulgarian music. Last October Rhythms of the World filmed her at work in the recording studio with three of Bulgaria's leading female vocalists. Trio
Bulgarka. They provide a fascinating insight into a living musical tradition and show why their mesmerising harmonies are captivating British audiences. Their success here has led to sellout tours, an appearance on Wogan and album chart success.
Also included is the furious, bop-inspired playing of another major Bulgarian star, Ivo Papasov. He first appeared on stage at the age of 13. Since then he has been developing a unique style which blends hard jazz with traditional Bulgarian gypsy music.
Production FRANK HANLY TIM MAY. BOB PORTWAY Series editors
NIGEL FINCH. ANTHONY WALL

Contributors

Unknown: Kate Bush
Unknown: Ivo Papasov.
Unknown: Frank Hanly
Unknown: Nigel Finch.

: The 'Slap' Maxwell Story

starring with guest star
'Slap' pulls no punches when he recognises a face from the past trying to make a deal with Nelson for The Ledger. There are some prices which are simply too high to pay for salvation.
Written by BOB BRUSH
Directed by RICHARD MASUR

Contributors

Written By: Bob Brush
Directed By: Richard Masur
'Slap' Maxwell: Dabney Coleman
Arlen Porterfield: Lawrence Tierney
Judy: Megan Gallagher
Nelson: Brian Smiar
Annie: Susan Anspach

: Saturday Night Clive

In a new and de-regulated universe of ever-expanding media, Clive James is here to make some sense of it all.
With the aid of international experts and personalities on the satellite link, he goes world-wide to test the trends, plunder the programmes and take a look at what's on, everywhere, right now. Director PIETER MORPURGO
Producer BEATRICE BALLARD

Contributors

Director: Pieter Morpurgo
Producer: Beatrice Ballard

: The Film Club

Writer-director
Paul Schrader introduces Bertolucci's controversial study of sexual and political torment.
The Conformist starring
Jean-Louis Trintignant Stefania Sandrelli. Marcello's life is spent trying to sublimate a childhood crime by behaving as conventionally as possible - he even volunteers as a Fascist spy in his effort to conform. This attempt to identify with the ruling class casts Marcello even further from the society he seeks to support when he finds that he is required to organise a murder. Marcello's mother MILLY
Based on the novel by ALBERTO MORAVIA
Written and directed by BERNARDO BERTOLUCCI
(An Italian film with English subtitles). Film Club presentation by DAVID THOMPSON
0 FILMS: page 21

Contributors

Introduces: Paul Schrader
Unknown: Jean-Louis Trintignant
Unknown: Stefania Sandrelli.
Novel By: Alberto Moravia
Directed By: Bernardo Bertolucci
Presentation By: David Thompson
Marcello Clerici: Jean-Louis Trintignant
Giulia: Stefania Sandrelli
Manganiello: Gastone Moschin
Quadri: Enzo Taroscio
Lino Seminara: Pierre Clementi
Anna Quadri: Dominique Sanda
Raoul: Christian Alegny
Italo: Jose Quaglio
Marcello's father: Giuseppe Addobbati
Giulia's mother: Yvonne Sanson

: World Bowls

Embassy World Indoor Bowls Championship
The first title - the World Pairs - is decided tonight. The 232,000 kitty will be empty with the top pairing out of the original 32 players collecting £8,000. And will the Brits have managed to bring the trophy back to these isles after a year's loan 'down under' to Ian Schuback and Jim Yates of Australia?
Introduced by David Icke

Contributors

Unknown: Ian Schuback
Unknown: Jim Yates
Introduced By: David Icke








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