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: Open University

6.50 Public Health: Going with the Flow
7.15 Santo Spirito: a Renaissance Church
7.40 17th Century England
8.30 Geology of the Alps
8.55 Science: Nuclear Tunnelling
9.20 Seeing Through the Smoke
9.45 Victorian Ways of Death
10.10 Special Needs in Education
10.35 Maths: Catastrophe Theory
11.00 What s in Store
11-25 Energy and Rockets
11.50 Maths Methods: Projectiles
12.15 Biology: Chicken or Egg?
12.40 Foretelling Fatigue Life

: International Bridge Club

Hambro Guardian Trophy
Presented by Clare Harrison and Jeremy Flint.
The scores to date are:
Tony Forrester (GB) + 14 Bob Hamman (USA) + 8 Zia Mahmood (Pakistan) - 78 Christian Mari (France) + 56 Lighting COLIN WIDGERY
Videotape editor IAN HOWLETT Director ANNIE LEWIS
Producer DAVID MITCHELL BBC Elstree
0 BOOKLET: for a copy of the hands featured in the series, with additional analysis, send a cheque or POfor
£2.50. made payable to Broadcasting Support Services, to: [address removed]

Contributors

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

: GRANDSTAND

Introduced by Steve Rider Timetable*
1.40 Motorcycling
3.00 Cricket; 3.30 Golf
5.00 Cricket; 6.30 Football *Timings are subject to change
Golf from Wentworth
Volvo PGA Championship The end of round three.
Commentators PETER alliss.
BRUCE CRITCHLEY
CLIVE CLARK. ALEX HAY
Motorcycling from Hockenheim
German Grand Prix
Title races for 250cc and 500cc classes.
Commentator BARRY NUTLEY
Cricket from Canterbury
Refuge Assurance League Kent v Northamptonshire
Commentators PETER WALKER and RALPH DELLOR
Football from Dublin
Republic of Ireland v Malta
Highlights of this afternoon's Group 6 World Cup qualifier. Television presentation:
Golf JOHN SHREWSBURY and ALASTAIR SCOTT
Motorcycling ZDF. West Germany Cricket BOB DUNCAN Football RTE. Ireland
Studio producer VIVIEN KENT Producer MARTIN HOPKINS Editor JOHN PHILIPS

Contributors

Introduced By: Steve Rider
Unknown: Bruce Critchley
Unknown: Clive Clark.
Commentators: Peter Walker
Commentators: Ralph Dellor

: The Money Programme

An American Fightback If you go looking for an American presence in consumer electronics, it is hard to find. The Japanese have all but wiped it out.
Now the few manufacturers that remain are calling for co-ordinated action, led by the Government, to get back in the race.
The key to their strategy is a new role for the US government, providing not just finance, but what critics say amounts to planning. But they have political support. So is America, under
President Bush, on the verge of a new industrial policy, and how damaging would that be to the free market ethic here?
Reporter Robin Aitken. Producer MARK WAKEFIELD Editor DAVID NISSAN

Contributors

Reporter: Robin Aitken.
Producer: Mark Wakefield
Editor: David Nissan

: Reflections of Gold

Peter Seabrook and Alan Titchmarsh look back over this year's Chelsea Flower Show. Visitors and exhibitors came from across the world to watch and provide four days of entertainment and the best blooms in the world. Many came in search of gold medals, many left disappointed, but they all made their mark on the Royal Horticultural Society's premier show.
Presentation director JOHN MACNISH Producers DENIS W. GARTSIDE. NICK PATTEN
BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Seabrook
Unknown: Alan Titchmarsh
Director: John MacNish

: Theatre Night: Benefactors

by MICHAEL FRAYN
David has a dream - to sweep away acres of crumbling south London houses and replace them with a perfect low-rise set of homes. But he has reckoned without the opposition of his oldest friend.
Music composed by JIM PARKER Make-up designer JEAN SPEAK
Costume designer JANET THARBY Lighting director DUNCAN BROWN Script editor STUART GRIFFITHS Producer SHAUN SUTTON Director BARRY DAVIS
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Contributors

Unknown: Michael Frayn
Composed By: Jim Parker
Designer: Janet Tharby
Director: Duncan Brown
Editor: Stuart Griffiths
Producer: Shaun Sutton
Director: Barry Davis
David: Michael Kitchen
Jane: Barbara Flynn
Colin: Alan Rickman
Sheila: Harriet Walter

: Another Way of Telling

Views of Photography with John Berger , Jean Mohr Concluding this series questioning the nature and practice of photography,
John Berger examines the notion of constructing a photographic poem.
Jean Mohr visits his friend Marcel, who herds his 50 cows on the high pastures of the French Alps. At Marcel's request Jean takes colour pictures and he considers his dilemma when photographing old people, alongside the insights that can be gained from self-portraiture. Together with John Berger he reflects on the human story behind
A Fortunate Man, their book about a country doctor, and Berger evaluates the results and discoveries of his photographic workshop held last June in Finland. Producer ANNA RIDLEY Director JOHN CHRISTIE
An ANNALOGUE production for BBCtv
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Contributors

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

: Moviedrome

Alex Cox introduces another classic cult movie.
The Thing from Another World starring Kenneth Tobey Margaret Sheridan. When an alien spaceship crashes in the Arctic wastes, a nearby army unit attempts to save the craft before it sinks beneath the surface. All they save is an eight-foot-high creature.... In captivity the 'thing' is found to live on blood and to be capable of self-multiplying. It is also seemingly indestructible and ready to take over the world.
This classic fantasy remains one of the most exciting thrillers in movie history.
Screenplay by CHARLES LEDERER Based on a story by JOHN W. CAMPBELL JR
Produced by HOWARD HAWKS Directed by CHRISTIAN NYBY Television presentation by NICK JONES
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Contributors

Introduces: Alex Cox
Unknown: Kenneth Tobey
Unknown: Margaret Sheridan.
Unknown: Charles Lederer
Story By: John W. Campbell
Produced By: Howard Hawks
Directed By: Christian Nyby
Capt Hendry: Kenneth Tobey
Nikki: Margaret Sheridan
Dr Carrington: Robert Cornthwaite
Skeely: Douglas Spencer
Lt Eddie Dykes: James Young
Crew chief: Dewey Martin
'The Thing': James Arness

: Grand Prix

Mexican Grand Prix
With two wins out of three races the private battle between the McLaren drivers continues. In Mexico last year, Alain Prost led from start to finish with team-mate Ayrton Senna second.
Currently they are equal first in the Drivers World
Championship. But look out for Martin Brundle. He's the man in form and his fine drive for Brabham at Monaco means that all five of the British drivers have scored points this season. Commentators
MURRAY WALKER , JAMES HUNT Television presentation IMEVISION, Mexico
Produced by PIERS CROTON
Executive producer JIM RESIDE

Contributors

Unknown: Alain Prost
Unknown: Ayrton Senna
Unknown: Martin Brundle.
Unknown: Murray Walker
Produced By: Piers Croton

: Golf

from Wentworth
Volvo PGA Championship Highlights of today's play.








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