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: Open University

6.50 Education for Adults: Limerick Lessons
7.15 Inorganic Chemistry: Bonding
7.40 The Midlands Enlightenment
8.05 Arts: Acropolis Now -the Public Face of the States
8.30 Statistics: Testing for Telepathy
8.55 Caring for Older People: Voluntary Workers
9.20 The Real World
9.45 Arts: the Great Exhibition
10.10 Mechanics: Forces in an Engine
10.35 Maths: Volumes of Revolution
11.00 Open Forum Magazine: News and Views
11.25 Organic Molecules in Action
11.50 Maths Modelling: Bicycles
12.15 Biology: Insect Hormones
12.40 Lavas of Etna

: International Bridge Club

Hambro Guardian Trophy
Presented by Clare Harrison and Jeremy Flint
The scores to date are:
Tony Forrester (GB) .......... +5 Bob Hamman (US)............ +19 Zia Mahmood (Pakistan).- 89 Christian Mari (France).. .. + 65 Lighting COLIN WIDGERY
Videotape editor IAN HOWLETT Director ANNIE LEWIS
Producer DAVID MITCHELL BBCElstree
0 BOOKLET: for a copy of the hands featured in the series, with additional analysis, send a cheque orPOfor
E2.50, made payable to Broadcasting Support Services, to: [address removed]

Contributors

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

: GRANDSTAND

Introduced by Steve Rider Timetable*
1.40 Golf; 2.00 Show jumping
3.00 Golf; 5.00 Show jumping *Timings are subject to change
Golf
Dunhill British Masters from Woburn
Commentators
PETERALLISS, BRUCE CRITCHLEY CLIVE CLARK and ALEX HAY
Show Jumping
Renault International
Nations Cup from Hickstead
Teams of four, the best three scores added from each of two rounds.
Commentators
RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD and STEPHEN HADLEY Television presentation: Golf JOHN SHREWSBURY and ALASTAIR SCOTT Show jumping TSL Studio producer
CAMPBELL FERGUSON
Producer MARTIN HOPKINS Editor JOHN PHILIPS

Contributors

Introduced By: Steve Rider
Unknown: Bruce Critchley
Unknown: Clive Clark
Unknown: Alastair Scott
Unknown: Campbell Ferguson

: The Money Programme

Managing Midland
The Midland Bank is in the midst of change, and the chairman, Sir Kit McMahon , believes his rescue plan has reached a critical stage. His twin-track approach means radical cost cutting and a drive to develop and sell new products to customers. If it fails, a new takeover attempt seems inevitable.
Reporter Nisha Steyn Producer NARINDER MINHAS Editor DAVID NISSAN

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Kit McMahon
Reporter: Nisha Steyn
Producer: Narinder Minhas

: The Rainbow Warrior Conspiracy

A two-part dramatisation from New Zealand of the events and political intrigue that led to one of the most controversial uses of state-inspired terrorism.
1: 1985. France continues to test its nuclear weapons at Muroroa Atoll, while the growing feeling in New
Zealand is for a nuclear-free zone around its shores. For France, the threat of protest from the Greenpeace organisation is embarrassing, while the USA finds New
Zealand's stance disturbing. This is the background of paranoia and political wheeler-dealing that is to see a tiny country fall prey to a ruthless plan to make it succumb to 'reality'...
Written by DAVID PHILLIPS Directed by CHRIS THOMSON

Contributors

Written By: David Phillips
Directed By: Chris Thomson
Neil Travers: Brad Davis
Stuart Irvine: Jack Thompson
Jenny Cullen: Mary Regan
Dominique Prieur: Louise Lapare
Alain Mafart: Germaine Houde
Det Sgt Terry Batchelor: Bruno Lawrence
Dillais: Peter Carroll
Curry: Gary Day
Christine: Rosemary Blundo
Velche: Alex Menglet
Andreuc: Sam Kushe
Berthelo: Gilbere Gassin
Manignet: Guy Thauvette
Hendrick: Justin Monjo
Dulton: Jeff Thomas
Galbraith: Robert Willcox
Shirley: Andrea Cunningham

: Dialogue in the Dark

by MICHAEL IGNATIEFF with and A summer evening in Edinburgh, 1776. The ailing philosopher David Hume has an unexpected visitor.
Camera supervisor IAN TURNER Sound JOHN GARDNER
Lighting BARRY CHATFIELD Designer ALAN WRIGHT
Producer AILEEN FORSYTH Director JONATHAN MILLER

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Ignatieff
Unknown: David Hume
Unknown: Ian Turner
Unknown: Sound John Gardner
Unknown: Barry Chatfield
Designer: Alan Wright
Producer: Aileen Forsyth
Director: Jonathan Miller
David Hume: Alec McCowen
James Boswell: David Rintoul
Peggy: Irvine Ujenniferpiercey
Manservant: Alex McAvoy

: Second Sight

Women first filmed in the 60s tell the story of their lives over the past 20 years. 1: Anne-Marie
In 1966 10-year-old Anne-Marie was filmed at the Convent of the Good
Shepherd in Edinburgh. She had been put in the care of the local authority, and stayed with the nuns until she was 16. Now 32, she lives with her three children and the children's father in a council flat in Roehampton, on the outskirts of London. She looks back on her difficult childhood, and talks about the lessons she has learnt from it.
Cameraman GRAHAM FRAKE
Sound recordist KEITH RODGERSON Film editor JO PAYNE
Producer JONATHAN STEDALL BBC Bristol
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Contributors

Unknown: Graham Frake
Unknown: Keith Rodgerson
Editor: Jo Payne
Producer: Jonathan Stedall

: Moviedrome

Alex Cox introduces another classic cult film.
The Incredible Shrinking Man starring
Grant Williams
Randy Stuart.
Scott Carey and his wife are holidaying on a boat when he is momentarily enveloped in a strange mist. Six months later Scott finds that his body is beginning to shrink ...
Jack Arnold 's chilling sci-fi tale features ingenious special effects and a fine script by Richard Matheson.
Screenplay by RICHARD MATHESON Produced by ALBERT ZUGSMITH Directed by JACK ARNOLD Television presentation by NICK JONES
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Contributors

Introduces: Alex Cox
Unknown: Grant Williams
Unknown: Randy Stuart.
Unknown: Scott Carey
Unknown: Jack Arnold
Script By: Richard Matheson.
Unknown: Richard Matheson
Produced By: Albert Zugsmith
Directed By: Jack Arnold
Scott Carey: Grant Williams
Louise Carey: Randy Stuart
Clarice: April Kent
Charlie Carey: Paul Langton
Dr Thomas Silver: Raymond Bailey
Dr Arthur Bramson: William Schallert

: Golf

Dunhill British Masters from Woburn
The final round of the tournament which offers a prize fund of £300,000. Introduced by Harry Carpenter Commentators
PETER ALLISS
BRUCE CRITCHLEY
ALEX HAY and CLIVE CLARK Producer ALASTAIR SCOTT Executive producer JOHN SHREWSBURY

Contributors

Introduced By: Harry Carpenter
Unknown: Peter Alliss
Unknown: Bruce Critchley
Unknown: Alex Hay
Unknown: Clive Clark
Producer: Alastair Scott

: Grand Prix

US Grand Prix Phoenix, Arizona is the fifth
American city in seven years to host a grand prix.
Ayrton Senna has dominated the last three American races, winning twice for Lotus and once for McLaren, and has already won on a street circuit this year - Monaco. Commentators
MURRAY WALKER. JAMES HUNT Television presentation ESPN. USA Produced by PIERS CROTON
9 SPOT? TSLINE: for reports from the track, dial [number removed]; calls cost 38p per minute (peak), 25p (off-peak).

Contributors

Unknown: Ayrton Senna
Unknown: Murray Walker.
Produced By: Piers Croton








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