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: Open University

6.35 Maths: Shrinking
Polygons
7.00 Structuring Decisions
7.25 King Frederick and Voltaire
7.50 Einstein's Theory
8.15 Living Choices:
Changing Places
8.40 Emperor Augustus:
Portrait and Image
9.05 Given Enough Rope
9.30 Pictures of Politics
9.55 Arts: Crime and Punishment
10.20 Biology: Cell
Movement
10.45 Maths: Curve
Sketching
11.10 Words to that Effect
11.35 Equilibrium Rules
OK?

: Westminster Week

Christopher Jones with 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 affect different parts of the country. * CEEFAX SUBTITLES
12.35pm
Around Westminster
Sue MacGregor presents a political programme for the south and east. A weekly look at the work of the area's
MPs and at how they help to shape the world beyond the Palace of Westminster. Parliamentary reports from David Brewer and Brian Milligan.
Regional producer Vincent Dowd Network editor Lydia Howard

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Jones
Unknown: David Brewer
Unknown: Brian Milligan.
Producer: Vincent Dowd
Editor: Lydia Howard

: So You Want to Be a Better Manager

The Open University offers training courses for managers at all levels, building up to professional qualifications.
Producer Jean Rowton
A BBC/Open University production

Contributors

Producer: Jean Rowton

: One in Four

A magazine programme with subtitles and sign-language interpretation that challenges able-bodied perceptions of disability. Presented by Isobel Ward Simon Bames and Chris Davies.
Producer Christopher Hutchins < FACTSHEET: send a large sae to [address removed]

Contributors

Presented By: Isobel Ward
Presented By: Simon Bames
Presented By: Chris Davies.
Producer: Christopher Hutchins

: GRANDSTAND

Introduced by Steve Rider.
Provisional Timetable
2.00 Tennis
3.40 Motorcycling
4.50 Judo
5.20 Motorcycling
6.10 Judo
Tennis
From Berlin.
Women's German
International
Championships. The final - live.
Commentators: Barry Davies and Ann Jones.
Motorcycling
From Snetterton.
ACU Shell Oils British
Championships.
Commentator: Barry Nutley.
Judo
From Frankfurt.
European Championships. Commentator: Jim Neilly. Television presentation: Tennis ARD. Germany
Motorcycling Martin Webster Judo ARD. Germany
Producer Martin Hopkins Editor John Philips

Contributors

Introduced By: Steve Rider.
Commentators: Barry Davies
Commentators: Ann Jones.
Commentator: Jim Neilly.

: The Money Programme

British Petroleum believes that its radical management reorganisation will revolutionise the way it does business. It has abolished whole tiers of executives employed to 'second guess' the decisions of other executives and has freed employees to work as teams. But can the shake-up solve BP's major problems of finding oil and marketing petrol?
Deputy editor Alan Griffiths Editor David Nissan

Contributors

Editor: Alan Griffiths
Editor: David Nissan

: The Natural World

Twilight of the Dreamtime Narrated by David Attenborough.
The Gagudju people of northern Australia are heirs to the longest unbroken culture in the world.
Through the eyes of the last fully initiated elders, the programme explores the spectacular homeland they call Kakadu. The wetlands and woodlands swarm with wildlife and provide all they need both physically and spiritually. For 40,000 years, the Gagudju have looked after this sacred land and cherished it with rituals. But the younger men no longer learn the old traditions.
A National Geographic Society/ WQED Pittsburgh film BBC Bristol (R)

Contributors

Unknown: David Attenborough.

: Yo-Yo Ma: a Month in Tanglewood

Second of a two-part programme. The brilliant
Chinese-American cellist
Yo-Yo Ma is a passionate advocate of contemporary music. Every year, as part of its internationally renowned music festival, Tanglewood in New England sets aside a week in which young artists and living composers work and perform together. This film shows Ma coming to grips with a new work specially written for him by the Austrian composer H K Gruber against the background of Tanglewood's contemporary week. Film editor Fred Hart Director Peter West
A Third Eye production for BBCtv

Contributors

Editor: Fred Hart
Director: Peter West

: Ten Commandments

Starring
Daniel Olbrychski Maria Pakulnis
In the third of this series of modem dramas from Polish director
Krzysztof Kieslowski , where he invites the audience to identify the Ten Commandments and to work out the connection between the moral aspect of the plot and the law it represents, the sins of the past threaten a man's future. Janusz plays Santa Claus for his children and goes to
Midnight Mass with his wife. In the congregation he sees his former mistress and his plans for a conventional family Christmas are overturned.
(In Polish with English subtitles)
0 FILMS: pages 17-20

Contributors

Unknown: Daniel Olbrychski
Unknown: Maria Pakulnis
Unknown: Krzysztof Kieslowski
Unknown: Santa Claus
Janusz: Daniel Olbrychski
Ewa: Maria Pakulnis
Janusz's wife: Joanna Szczepkowska

: Moviedrome: Get Carter

Alex Cox introduces another in the season of outstanding cult films:
Get Carter
Starring Michael Caine, Britt Ekland

Jack Carter is a man with a mission. When his brother dies mysteriously in Newcastle, he travels north to find out what happened. The sordid conspiracy he uncovers links blue films, the local villains and some 'respectable' citizens in an unholy alliance. When he knows enough, Carter plans and exacts a merciless and murderous revenge.
Michael Caine gives a chilling performance as Carter in this tough and compelling thriller.

Produced by Michael Klinger
Writer/Director Mike Hodges
Moviedrome producer Nick Jones
GUIDE: featuring all the films from the three 'Moviedrome' seasons is available from [address removed], price £2.75.
FILMS: pages 17-20
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Contributors

Introduces: Alex Cox
Unknown: Michael Caine
Unknown: Britt Ekland
Unknown: Jack Carter
Unknown: Michael Caine
Produced By: Michael Klinger
Director: Mike Hodges
Producer: Nick Jones
Jack Carter: Michael Caine
Anna Fletcher: Britt Ekland
Cyril Kinnear: John Osbome
Eric Paice: Ian Hendry
Cliff Brumby: Bryan Mosley
Glenda: Geraldine Moffat
Margaret: Dorothy White
Keith: Alun Armstrong
Albert Sivift: Glynn Edwards
Doreen: Petra Markham

: Rapido

Included in the last of the current series: America's most controversial band, best-selling rappers Public Enemy, Britain's Aswad, French rocker Charlelie
Couture and Was Not Was, plus much more.
With Antoine de Caunes. Executive producers
Tim Newman and Alex Berger An NBdC production for BBCtv

Contributors

Unknown: Antoine de Caunes.
Unknown: Tim Newman
Unknown: Alex Berger








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