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: Open University

6.50 Air Pollution (2): Concentrate and Contain
7.15 Living Choices: Changing Places
7.40 Dinner at Baron d'Holbach's
8.05 Land Use in Brazil
8.30 Mental Handicap: Gwen - a Working Life
8.55 Caring for Older People: Widowhood
9.20 A Woman's Place?
9.45 Constable: the Leaping Horse
10.10 Velocity Diagrams
10.35 Maths: Finding a Formula
11.00 Open Forum Magazine: Views of Higher Education and the OU
11.25 Elements Discovered
11.50 Maths Methods: Heat Transfer
12.15 Biology: Genetic Expression
12.40 Tectonics and the Red Sea

: International Bridge Club

Hambro Guardian Trophy
Presented by Clare Harrison and Jeremy Flint.
The scores to date are:
Tony Forrester (GB) - 27 Bob Hamman (USA) + 15 Zia Mahmood (Pakistan) - 15 Christian Mari (France) + 27 Lighting COLIN WIDGERY
Videotape editor LAN HOWLETT Director ANNIE LEWIS
Producer DAVID MITCHELL BBC Elstree
0 HANDS featured in this week's programme are on Ceefax page 289

Contributors

Presented By: Clare Harrison
Presented By: Jeremy Flint.
Unknown: Bob Hamman
Unknown: Christian Mari
Director: Annie Lewis
Producer: David Mitchell

: Grandstand

Introduced by Steve Rider
Timetable*
1.40 Horse Trials
2.00 Rugby
2.20 Motor Racing
4.00 Horse Trials
4.30 Golf; 6.00 Rugby
* Timings are subject to change
Motor Racing from Monte Carlo
Monaco Grand Prix
Commentators MURRAY WALKER, JAMES HUNT
Golf from Chepstow
Epson Matchplay Grand Prix
Commentators PETER ALLISS, BRUCE CRITCHLEY and CLIVE CLARKE
Horse Trials from Badminton
Whitbread Championships
Commentators RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD, MICHAEL TUCKER
Rugby from Twickenham Save and Prosper Middlesex Sevens
Commentator NIGEL STARMER-SMITH
Television presentation:
Motor racing RMC, Monaco Golf JOHN SHREWSBURY and ALASTAIR SCOTT
Horse trials JOHNNIE WATHERSTON and WENDY SHEPPARD Rugby ALAN GRIFFITHS
Producer MARTIN HOPKINS Editor JOHN PHILIPS

Contributors

Presenter: Steve Rider
Unknown: Murray Walker
Unknown: James Hunt
Commentator: Peter Alliss
Unknown: Bruce Critchley
Unknown: Clive Clarke
Unknown: Michael Tucker
Unknown: Alastair Scott
Unknown: Johnnie Watherston
Unknown: Wendy Sheppard
Unknown: Alan Griffiths

: The Money Programme

The Price of Water with John Penycate. What effect will the privatisation of the water industry have on the cost of the service to the consumer? Will it mean greater efficiency and so bring savings, or will the need to provide dividends for shareholders mean users having to pay more?
John Penycate reports on the outlook for privatised water and talks to the Water
Minister, Michael Howard , MP. Producer ALAN HAYDN GRIFFITHS
Deputy editor CHRISTOPHER GRAHAM Editor DAVID NISSAN
(Postponed from 23 April)

Contributors

Unknown: John Penycate.
Unknown: John Penycate
Unknown: Michael Howard
Producer: Alan Haydn Griffiths
Editor: Christopher Graham

: Lost Worlds Vanished Lives

A four-part series about fossils by DAVID ATTENBOROUGH 3: Dinosaur
Dinosaurs were not only the largest animals ever to walk on earth, they were also some of the most varied and fascinating.
In this investigation of their lives, David Attenborough uncovers dinosaur bones in the Sahara desert and visits the biggest and most spectacular dinosaur displays in the world. He also meets a unique specimen with its skin still intact and finds out how mother dinosaurs tended their eggs and young.
Photography GRAHAM FRAKE STEPHEN BOLWELL
Sound GRAHAM ROSS
Music TERRY OLDFIELD
Film editor COLIN CRADOCK Producer NEIL NIGHTINGALE
Series producer MIKE SALISBURY BBC Bristol
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Contributors

Unknown: David Attenborough
Unknown: David Attenborough
Unknown: Graham Frake
Unknown: Stephen Bolwell
Unknown: Graham Ross
Music: Terry Oldfield
Editor: Colin Cradock

: Theatre Night: Knuckle

by DAVID HARE starring
Tim Roth
Emma Thompson Bernard Hepton.
'I'm here for her sake.
That's all.'
'Nobody asked you.'
'And now I'm here I won't be put off.'
Curly Delafield is back in Guildford for the first time in 12 years to look for his missing sister Sarah. The only clues are her coat and purse which were found on Eastbourne beach. Was it suicide? Murder? Or is there some other explanation?
Curly holds no brief for the Home Counties. He's going to find out - even if some feathers get ruffled in the process.
Music composed by ILONA SEKACZ Lighting clive THOMAS Designer DEREK DODD
Produced by TIM IRONSIDE WOOD COLIN LUDLOW. PAUL MARCUS
Directed by MOIRA ARMSTRONG
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Contributors

Unknown: David Hare
Unknown: Tim Roth
Unknown: Emma Thompson
Unknown: Bernard Hepton.
Composed By: Ilona Sekacz
Unknown: Clive Thomas
Designer: Derek Dodd
Produced By: Tim Ironside Wood
Produced By: Colin Ludlow.
Produced By: Paul Marcus
Directed By: Moira Armstrong
Curly Delafield: Tim Roth
Jenny Wilbr: Emma Thompson
Patrick Delafield: Bernard Hepton
Max Dupree: Geoffrey Church
Mrs Dunning: Yvonne Gilan
Barman: John Joyce
Porter: James Appleby
Storeman: David McEwan

: Another Way of Telling

Views of Photography with John Berger and Jean Mohr.
The first of four programmes in which writer John Berger and Swiss photographer Jean Mohr question the nature and practice of photography and our preconceptions about it. John Berger discusses the ambiguity of the photographic image and the fundamental difference between drawing and photography. Jean Mohr , his friend and collaborator, talks about his own work, his vast photographic archive and the first book they made together, A Fortunate Man, in 1967. Producer ANNA RIDLEY Director JOHN CHRISTIE
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Contributors

Unknown: John Berger
Unknown: Jean Mohr.
Unknown: John Berger
Unknown: Jean Mohr
Unknown: John Berger
Unknown: Jean Mohr
Producer: Anna Ridley
Director: John Christie

: Grand Prix

Monaco Grand Prix
The most prestigious race in the motor-racing calendar. Alain Prost has been victorious here four times in the past five years and following Ayrton Senna 's impressive win at Imola two weeks ago, McLaren looks set to dominate proceedings around the harbour yet again. Commentators
MURRAY WALKER , JAMES HUNT Television presentation RMC. MONTE CARLO
Produced by PIERS CROTON

Contributors

Unknown: Alain Prost
Unknown: Ayrton Senna
Unknown: Murray Walker
Unknown: James Hunt
Produced By: Piers Croton

: Moviedrome

Director Alex Cox introduces the first in another season of classic cult films. Tonight:
The Man with X-ray Eyes starring Ray Milland Diana Van Der Vlis. Dr Xavier is conducting a series of experiments in his search to give x-ray vision to the human eye. When he tries the serum on himself the results are incredible, but things begin to go terribly wrong.... This imaginative horror story was directed by the 'king' of the cult movie, Roger Corman.
Screenplay by ROBERT DILLON and RAY RUSSELL
Produced and directed by ROGER CORMAN
0 BARRY NORMAN : page 31

Contributors

Introduces: Alex Cox
Unknown: Ray Milland
Unknown: Roger Corman.
Unknown: Robert Dillon
Unknown: Ray Russell
Directed By: Roger Corman
Directed By: Barry Norman
Dr James Xavier: Ray Milland
Dr Diane Fairfax: Diana van Der Vlis
Dr Sam Brant: Harold J Stone
Willard Benson: John Hoyt
Crane: Don Rickles








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