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: Open University

6.35 Curves from Parameters
7.00 Chemistry: Of Metals and Men
7.25 Calculus: Symbols and Equations
7.50 Design Processes and Products
8.15 Women Speaking (1)
8.40 Introducing Photochemistry
9.05 The Quest for Knowledge
9.30 Rules, Rule, OK?
9.55 The Necessity for History
10.20 Biology: Form and Function
10.45 Caring for Older People: Sharing a House
11.10 Deadline Midnight Wednesday
11.35 Measuring the Earth and the Moon

: Westminster Week

From Westminster, the heart of Britain's political life,
Christopher Jones presents the week's most telling moments. A look at the politicians at work in the House of Commons, the House of Lords, and the Committee Rooms.
Then, how decisions made at Westminster will affect different parts of the country. 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
12.35pm Westminster South and West
Bruce Parker examines the regional and local issues emerging from the week in Parliament. And Viv Robins reports on what your MPs have been doing about them. Producer PAUL CANNON
Network editor LYDIA HOWARD

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Jones
Unknown: Bruce Parker
Unknown: Viv Robins
Editor: Lydia Howard

: Open University

Inorganic Chemistry: Silicons

: Interval

: 40 Minutes

Me and My Bike
The Suddabys took theirs on honeymoon. Chris and Rachel sold everything to take theirs around the world, and Mr and Mrs Pinkerton have so many they don't know what to do with them. This film takes an affectionate look at a long-standing love affair with the bicycle. At 88,
Charles Darvill goes camping with his. George still builds them even though his wife was tragically killed on one. And
John Woodburn rode his 800 miles from Land's End to
John O'Groats in record-breaking time.
Producer JOHN ALEXANDER Editor CAROLINE PICK (R)
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Contributors

Unknown: Mrs Pinkerton
Unknown: Charles Darvill
Unknown: John Woodburn
Unknown: John O'Groats
Producer: John Alexander

: Reportage Update

An updated edition of Wednesday's Reportage with all the latest developments in the stories covered.
There's the final result of the phone poll, your views on some of the issues covered, plus breaking stories from the worlds of fashion, sport, music and news.
Producers JANE BECKWITH and EMMA WILIS
(R)revised

Contributors

Producers: Jane Beckwith

: Mister Roberts

Starring
Henry Fonda James Cagney William Powell and Jack Lemmon.
On a small US Navy supply ship in the war-torn Pacific, cargo officer Roberts wants to see military action, lady-killing Ensign Pulver dreams of romantic action and the entire crew want their despotic captain out of action! This outstanding movie of the hit Broadway comedy drama boasts an excellent cast, including Jack Lemmon in an Oscar-winning performance.
Screenplay by FRANK NUGENT and JOSHUA LOGAN based on the play by THOMAS HEGGEN and JOSHUA LOGAN Directed by JOHN FORD and MERVYN LEROY
0 FILMS: pages 18-19

Contributors

Unknown: Henry Fonda
Unknown: James Cagney
Unknown: William Powell
Unknown: Jack Lemmon.
Unknown: Ensign Pulver
Unknown: Jack Lemmon
Unknown: Frank Nugent
Unknown: Joshua Logan
Play By: Thomas Heggen
Unknown: Joshua Logan
Directed By: John Ford
Unknown: Mervyn Leroy
Lt Douglas Roberts: Henry Fonda
Captain: James Cagney
Doc: William Powell
Ensign Frank Pulver: Jack Lemmon
Lt Ann Girard: Betsy Palmer
CPP Dowdy: Ward Bond
Mannion: Phil Carey
Reber: Nick Adams
Dolan: Ken Curtis
Stefanowski: Harry Carey Jr
Gehart: Frank Aletter
Lindstrom: Fritz Ford

: Rugby Special

Featuring
Nottingham v Orrell
After the excitement of the third round of the Pilkington Cup, the draw for the fourth round has kept the top clubs apart. Nottingham and Orrell lie in the middle of the First
Division. Plus a look ahead to next week's internationals.
Introduced by Chris Rea. Commentator:
Nigel Starmer-Smith . Executive producer
JOHNNIE WATHERSTON

Contributors

Introduced By: Chris Rea.
Unknown: Nigel Starmer-Smith
Unknown: Johnnie Watherston

: Ski Sunday

Featuring the Men's Downhill from Laax, Switzerland.
The Alps are shivering under their first real covering of snow this winter and the World Cup downhillers are back on schedule. Switzerland plays host to its first race of the season. The Austrians will be looking to repeat their success in Laax last year.
Introduced by David Vine. Produced by MARK WILKIN
Executive producer JIM RESIDE

Contributors

Introduced By: David Vine.
Produced By: Mark Wilkin

: The Money Programme

Japan - the Next Wave
Japan dominates western markets and runs a massive trade surplus. Western countries have called on Japan to open up its markets in reponse, and are looking to renewed action on this front after the Japanese elections next week. But what effect has their lobbying had in Japan? Gordon Brewer reports on the increased access that is being achieved to the Japanese market and on Japanese industry's response - a renewed investment boom that will make them even more formidable competitors.
Deputy editor ALAN HAYDN GRIFFITHS Editor DAVID NISSAN

Contributors

Unknown: Gordon Brewer
Editor: Alan Haydn Griffiths

: Crufts 1990

Supreme Champion
Live coverage from Earls
Court in London, where over the last four days 14,000 terriers, hounds, working dogs, toy dogs, utility dogs and gundogs have gathered for Crufts.
Angela Rippon , Peter Purves and Mike Stockman follow the story as the drama unfolds and discover which dog will become'Best in Show' and be given the ultimate accolade of Crufts
Supreme Champion.
Assistant producer STEPHEN POTTER Producer NEIL ECCLES
('Dogs Galore', Wednesday at 3.00pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Angela Rippon
Unknown: Peter Purves
Unknown: Mike Stockman
Producer: Stephen Potter

: Ripping Yarns

A series by Michael Palin and Terry Jones.
Murder at Moorstones Manor
A long weekend in the country turns out to be longer than anticipated ...
Starring Michael Palin.
Special guests: Isabel Dean and lain Cuthbertson with Frank Middlemass
Harold Innocent
Barbara New , Anne Zelda Candace Glendenning and Gilly Flower.
Designer MARTIN COLLINS
Directed by TERRY HUGHES (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Palin
Unknown: Terry Jones.
Unknown: Michael Palin.
Unknown: Isabel Dean
Unknown: Frank Middlemass
Unknown: Harold Innocent
Unknown: Barbara New
Unknown: Anne Zelda
Unknown: Candace Glendenning
Designer: Martin Collins
Directed By: Terry Hughes

: The Midas Touch

A six-part documentary series by Anthony Sampson.
4: Two Faces of the Chinese
Why are the Chinese so inadequate at organising business inside their own country and yet so brilliantly successful as exiles around the world? Anthony Sampson looks at the tragic decline of Shanghai and the secrets of success in Hong Kong.
Series researcher PATRICK FORBES Series producer MICK CSAKY

Contributors

Unknown: Anthony Sampson.
Unknown: Anthony Sampson
Unknown: Patrick Forbes
Producer: Mick Csaky

: The Talk Show with Clive James

Clive's guests this week are Bikhu Parekh , political philosopher and deputy chairman of the Commission for Racial Equality;
Anne Kelleher , philosopher and author of Sex within Reason; and Roger Scruton , the articulate voice of the New Right.
Producer ELAINE BEDELL
Director DOMINIC BRIGSTOCKE

Contributors

Unknown: Bikhu Parekh
Unknown: Anne Kelleher
Unknown: Roger Scruton
Producer: Elaine Bedell
Director: Dominic Brigstocke

: Screen Two: The Impossible Spy

A new BBC film, based on a true story, by Marty Ross and Douglas Livingstone. Starring John Shea and Eli . Wallach Tel Aviv, 1959: Elie Cohen is a moderately successful accountant, leading an uneventful life. Then, out of the blue, he's approached by the Mossad, the Israeli secret service. They reveal they know Cohen has a hidden past - and they have a request. This approach launches Cohen on an astonishing and dangerous undercover mission, turning him into one of Israel's greatest spies.
Music by RICHARD HARTLEY Film editor KEN PEARCE Production designer HUMPHREY JAEGER
Cameraman COLIN MUNN
Produced by GRAHAM MASSEY and DAVID GOLDSTEIN
Directed by JIM GODDARD
* FEATURE: page 16
W FILMS: pages 18-19
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Contributors

Story By: Marty Ross
Story By: Douglas Livingstone.
Unknown: John Shea
Unknown: Eli . Wallach
Unknown: Elie Cohen
Music By: Richard Hartley
Editor: Ken Pearce
Designer: Humphrey Jaeger
Unknown: Colin Munn
Produced By: Graham Massey
Produced By: David Goldstein
Directed By: Jim Goddard
Elie Cohen.: John Shea
Yacov: Eli Wallach
General Haled: Sasson Gabay
Nadia Cohen MICHAL: Bat Adam
Avram: Rami Danon
Salloum: Haim Girafi
Hassan: Jack Cohen
Galela: Anat Barzilay
Nassim: Yossi Kenan
Mme Haled: Judith Millo
Major Massim: Victor Kammar
Syrian border captain: Fahami Shishtawi
Syrian colonel: Shlomo Sadan
Syrian radio operator: Jonathan Cherchi
Mossad radio operator: Itzhak Aloni
Israeli officer (Kibbutz): Asi Hanegbi
Rabbi: Shmuel Shillo
Egyptian police inspector: Wahabi Hasson
Salloum's girlfriend: Ahouva Keren
Hadj: Hamdi El-Asmar

: Rapido

With Antoine de Caunes.

Contributors

Unknown: Antoine de Caunes.

: Snub TV

Live footage from the recent Happy Mondays shows, plus an interview with Shaun Ryder.

Contributors

Unknown: Shaun Ryder.








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