9.00 Open Advice:
Studying with the OU
9.25 General Introduction: The OU is for You
9.50 Mental Handicap: 'No Problem's Too Big'
10.15 Science Preparatory Maths: Numbers
Henry Hobson is a pompous, but ineffectual, domestic tyrant who drinks while his daughters run the shop and home. When meek
Willie Mossop marries Hobson's eldest daughter, he finds her father a formidable opponent.
Produced and directed by DAVID LEAN
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Henry Horatio Hobson:
Five explorations of the city presented by Chris Baines. 1: Wildlife Network Wildlife has its own highways across the city - the disused railway lines, road verges and canals that most of us do not notice.
Producer ROB BLOOMFIELD (R)(°)
featuring Arthur Negus. 7: Elegance and Utility
Gillows, Hepplewhite and Sheraton exploit the trend. Exotic woods, brought back from voyages of discovery, are used to great effect.
Presented by Hugh Scully. Production
PAUL SMITH and ROBIN DRAKE BBC Bristol (R)(e)
William Nott 's greatest excitement is riding fast. His ambition is to win the next point-to-point race.
Director DAVID PEARSON (R)
Japan and the Legacy of the Samurai
Pageboy to the Gods Nearly 80 per cent of Japanese are devout
Buddhists, but almost the same number profess to be followers of Shinto. People hedge their bets by following both religions and keep in their homes two altars - one for Shinto gods, the Kami, and the other for the family dead.
Narrated by Julian Pettifer. Producer MICHAEL MACINTYRE (R)
Featuring special reports from India which focus on their upcoming general election. The programme analyses the issues facing the electorate and asks whether
Rajiv Gandhi can keep his grip on power or whether the opposition can unseat him.
Presented by Shyama Perera and Krishnan Guru-Murthy . Producer PAUL SEN
Editor NARENDHRA MOKAR BBC Pebble Mill
with Patrick Moore.
The Bull in the Sky
Taurus, the Bull, is one of the most interesting objects in the winter night sky. Producer PIETER MORPURGO
Stanley Kramer 's
Oscar-winning film is set in 1948. German judges come before an American court in Nuremberg charged with crimes against humanity following their complicity with the Nazi regime.
Screenplay by ABBY MANN Produced and directed by STANLEY KRAMER
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Judge Dan Haywood:
Colonel Tad Lawson:
Judge Kenneth Norris:
with Antoine de Caunes.
This week's guests include the Fine Young Cannibals, Aerosmith, Mick Hucknall , De La Soul and Billy Joel. Director PETER STUART
Executive producers ALEX BERGER and TIM NEWMAN
An N B de C Production
Tomorrow sees the start of the 1989 Lombard RAC Rally. William Woollard and Tony Mason watch the preparations. BBC Pebble Mill
(Coverage begins tomorrow 10.30am)
presented by Moira Stuart. Lisa Davidson reviews the week, with subtitles.
Followed by Weatherview.
Towards New Shores with Yevgeny Nesterenko , David Lloyd-Jones and Michael Pennington as the voice of Musorgsky.
Musorgsky (1839-1881) wrote some of the best-known music in the world including Pictures at an Exhibition and Boris Godunov.
This programme, filmed in the Soviet Union on the 150th anniversary of the composer's birth, uncovers
Musorgsky's true legacy and the importance of his musical vision in Russia today. Film editor DAVE KING
Director PETER MANIURA
Joining Clive this week in the studio is Peter Cook. Director DOMINIC BRIGESTOCKE Producer BEATRICE BALLARD
When Charles Met Sally starring and A PR lady rouses Sally's ire when she seeks very private relations with Charles. Created byMEL BROOKS and ALAN SPENCER
Reginald J Tarkington:
Letters from the Park starring and Adapted from a vignette in Gabriel Garcia Marquez 's novel Love in Time of Cholera, this story tells of Pedro the scribe who writes eloquent letters for shy lovers.
Screenplay by GABRIEL GARCIA
MARQUEZ. ELISEO ALBERTO DIEGO and TOMAS GUTIERREZ ALEA
Directed by TOMAS GUTIERREZ ALEA (In Spanish with English subtitles. First showing on British television) t FILMS: page 28
Terry Jones introduces another classic comedy by one of Hollywood's greatest talents. Preston Sturges.
Palm Beach Story starring and Inventor Tom Jeffers and his wife Gerry have everything but money. Gerry decides that for her husband to create anything she must divorce him and find a new and very rich partner.
Produced by PAUL JONES Written and directed by PRESTON STURGES
Television presentation DAVID THOMPSON
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