6.50 Maths: Complex Analysis
7.15 In the Topper Mould
7.40 The Noble Savage
8.05 Donegal: Economy and Culture
8.30 Statistics: The Normal Distribution
8.55 The Health Service: Plans for Change
9.20 Social Integration: Family Comedy
9.45 Religion and Society in Victorian Bristol
10.10 Engineering Structures
10.35 Maths: Conies
11.00 Open Forum Magazine: News and Views on Higher Education and the Open University
11.25 A School of Genes
11-50 Maths Methods: Applying Matrices
12.15 Biology: Mammals in Water
12.40 Heat through the Lithosphere
Hambro Guardian Trophy
Presented by Clare Harrison and Jeremy Flint
The scores to date are:
Tony Forrester (GB) + 17 Bob Hamman (US) + 3
Zia Mahmood (Pakistan) - 49 Christian Mari (France) + 29
Lighting COLIN WIDGERY
Videotape editor IAN HOWLETT
Director ANNIE LEWIS
Producer DAVID MITCHELL
* HANDS featured in this week's programme can be found on Ceefax page 289
* BOOKLET: for a copy of the hands featured in the series, with additional analysis, send a cheque or PO for Â£2.50 made payable to Broadcasting Support Services, to [address removed].
* PUZZLES: This week's bridge problem can be found on page 89
Introduced by Bob Wilson Timetable*
1.35 Athletics; 2.00 Cricket
3.20 Racing; 3.40 Triathlon
"Timings are subject to alteration
Cricket from Leicester
Refuge Assurance League Leicestershire v Warwickshire
Commentators PETER WALKER and RALPH DELLOR
Athletics from Southport
Commentators PHIL liggett and SALLY FABER from Oslo
Commentators DAVID COLEMAN
RON PICKERING , STUART STOREY
Racing from the Curragh
Budweiser Irish Derby With Nashwan almost certainly waiting the Eclipse, the way looks clear for
French Derby winner Old Vic to scoop up the IR£366,000. Commentator
Television presentation: Cricket BOB DUNCAN
Athletics SHARON LENCE/NRK Racing RTE Ireland
Studio producer CAMPBELL FERGUSON Producer MARTIN HOPKINS Editor JOHN PHILIPS
Sheepdog Championship Introduced by PhU Drabble with Eric Halsall
With the trials now underway and the course having been well and truly tested by the Welsh last week, today sees the English shepherds working the unique partnership with their dogs on the running ground alongside Esthwaite Water.
Heat 2 - England Competitors
Timothy Longton with Gel
Sydney Price with Davy David Ogilvie with Jim Director STEPHEN MORRIS Producer IAN SMITH
Magenta De Vine and Sankha Guha get under the skin of Istanbul, one of the oldest cities in the world.
This is where East meets
West, where one of the top pop star's music is banned as likely to cause mass depression, and where there is great student and worker unrest. It is also where they are hooked on football and the hookah.
Plus clubs, comedy, cartoons, where to go and what to see. Director
Executive producer RACHEL PURNELL BBC North West
Presented by Jeremy Isaacs.
Professionals wield power.
What motivates them? What attitudes and ideas lurk behind their job titles? To whom are they accountable? Opera Producers with David Pountney Nicholas Hytner Graham Vick
Not so long ago, opera seemed irrelevant to all but a small and rich minority. In the last few years, however, a new generation of producers has revitalised this art form and enticed a growing audience to see and applaud their work.
What has been the secret of their success? Where do their ideas come from? How true are they to the composers' intentions?
Director DAVID CROSSMAN Producer UDI EICHLER
A BROOK production for BBCtv
A series of six programmes 3: Cartesian Dualism for the Fuller Figure
Dear Radio Times
What, oh what, have the BBC done to Alexei Sayle? As an 87-year-old pensioner and long-time fan of Mr Sayle's work, I was appalled at the way his tasteless strings of four-letter obscenities have been cut out, presumably to render him 'fit for family viewing'. My mother, in particular, was deeply upset at the exclusion of one of her favourite characters, Mr Sweary, the foul-mouthed Cockney who says s...., p...., b......... w.... over and over again. So come on, BBC producers, spare a thought for us senior citzens by giving us something we can enjoy. Unmitigated filth.
(Mrs) Jeffrey Barker
Sutton Coldfield, W Midlands
Alexei Sayle replies: Who gives a damn what you think?
Featuring Alexei Sayle
with MORWENNA BANKS, ANGUS DEAYTON, DORIS HARE, TONY MILLAN, FELICITY MONTAGU, JULIAN PETTIFER, BERYL REID, HARRIET THORPE, MARK WILLIAMS
Written by ANDREW MARSHALL, DAVID RENWICK and ALEXEI SAYLE
Music by SIMON BRINT and STEVE JEFFRIES
Designer GRAHAM STOREY
Produced and directed by MARCUS MORTIMER
In 1966, when Nancy Holroyd was only 25, she held the position of Assistant
Governor at Styal prison for women near Manchester.
Today she's head of the board of governors of Rossie Secure School near Montrose.
This film explores Nancy's views about criminality, and how she sees her own development since her early days in the prison service. Photography
TONY COWAN , GRAHAM SMITH Film editor PETER BROWNLEE Director KATE BROOME BBC Bristol
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Alex Cox introduces another in the season of classic cult films. Tonight:
Stardust Memories starring
Charlotte Rampling Jessica Harper Marie-Christine Barrault.
During a retrospective festival of his work at the Stardust hotel in up-state New York, film director
Sandy Bates finds himself mobbed by a horde of critics and fans, and haunted by memories of previous relationships. As the weekend progresses, the present becomes strangely confused with the past ...
Produced by JACK ROLLINS and CHARLES H. JOFFE Written and directed by WOODY ALLEN
Television presentation by NICK JONES
* PROFILE: page 19
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