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: Open University

Data Models and Databases: Body in White

: News

: Westminster

Last Friday's proceedings in Parliament presented by Brian Curtois.
Producers Janine Thomason and Geoffrey Sumner

Contributors

Presented By: Brian Curtois.
Producers: Janine Thomason
Producers: Geoffrey Sumner

: Daytime on Two Lifeschool

Programmes for schools. Some may be unsuitable for the young.
Sports and exercise - do you do it to win, to stay healthy or to enjoy yourself? (R)

: Zig Zag

Do-it-yourself photography with Sun Hill Junior School. (R)

: Tutorial Topics

The way people talk, followed by girls about boys and boys about girls. (R)

: Lifeschool

Getting into television. The television industry is often seen as glamorous, but it takes skill, motivation and a bit of luck. (R)

: You and Me

A series for 4- and 5-year-olds. (R)

: Music Time

Lanterns and lions.
(For full details see Thursday at 1.40pm)

: Who - Me?

Responsibilities: Chris and Sara are brother and sister, but there are some days when they wish they weren't. (R)

: Zig Zag

2: Rush the deer survives the perils of poachers and forest fires. (R)

: Words into Actions

Simon Mayo presents a fast-moving introduction to the Christian faith for teenagers. (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Simon Mayo

: Mindstretchers

A series of puzzling problems for 10- to 12-year-olds. (R)
(Suggested solutions on Friday at 11.40am)

: Quinze Minutes

French teenagers in Rouen talk about fashion and their favourite pop stars. (R)

: Thinkabout

Science for 5- to 7-year-olds, (R)

: History File

Events in the Middle East from
1947 until the Israeli withdrawal from Lebanon. (R)

: Mathsworks

Areas of odd shapes.

: Buddy

A five-part drama serial featuring Roger Daltrey
1: It's Raining in My Heart. Buddy steals things from shops. He wants to stop - especially as it seems as if his teddy boy dad, Terry, might be getting back into his old criminal ways. But Buddy badly needs money for the school trip. (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Roger Daltrey

: Bertha

Animation featuring Bertha, a large machine with a mind of her own.
Today everyone in the factory is pleased when she produces TOM, a talk-operated machine.
Narrated by Roy Kinnear with Sheila Walker. Producer Ivor Wood (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Roy Kinnear
Unknown: Sheila Walker.
Producer: Ivor Wood

: Landmarks

Fifty years ago this week, Hitler's forces occupied Guernsey. Before the Germans invaded, 5,000 of the island's school children were evacuated. Local children tell the story of what happened, and schools from all over the island put together a musical spectacular to commemorate these events. Producer Kerena Marchant

Contributors

Producer: Kerena Marchant

: News

Weather followed by Words and Pictures
Today: The Hare and the Tortoise.
Stuart and Nutmeg try out different sports and games in a modern version of the old Aesop fable. Series producer Caroline Godley

Contributors

Producer: Caroline Godley

: Praise Be!

With Thora Hird at the Guildhall and Guards Chapel in London. OCEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: Thora Hird

: Wimbledon and Cricket

Lawn Tennis Championships Helen Rollason introduces live coverage of the men's singles first round, which traditionally provides a shock or two for the seeded players.
Commentary by Dan Maskell , John Barrett , Mark Cox , Bill Threlfall ,
Paul Hutchins and John Alexander.
Cricket: Second Test
England v New Zealand
Tony Lewis introduces further live coverage from Lord's.
Including at
3.00pm News and Weather
3.50pm News and Weather
Regional News and Weather

Contributors

Introduces: Helen Rollason
Commentary By: Dan Maskell
Commentary By: John Barrett
Commentary By: Mark Cox
Commentary By: Bill Threlfall
Unknown: Paul Hutchins
Unknown: John Alexander.
Introduces: Tony Lewis

: East

There is a disturbingly high death rate among Asian babies in the period shortly before and after birth, Is it the result of Asian lifestyles or a failure of the health services to provide the necessary care? Presented by Shyama Perera and Krishnan Guru-Murthy . Series producer Charles Bruce Editor Narendhra Morar

Contributors

Presented By: Shyama Perera
Presented By: Krishnan Guru-Murthy
Producer: Charles Bruce
Editor: Narendhra Morar

: Horizon

Last in the series. Aids: a Quest for a Cure. By the end of the century,
15-20 million people will be infected by the virus leading to Aids. Unless scientists find a cure, all these people will die from the disease.
British scientists have now created a compound that stops the Aids virus growing without killing human cells. But it is too early to say if the drug will work on patients. The story of this scientific breakthrough gives hope that one day a cure may be found.
Producers Tessa Livingstone and Sean McPhilemy
A Box production for BBCtv
('Facing Up to Aids' on Thursday at 11. 15pm) 0 TRANSCRIPT: please send a cheque for £1.75, payable to BSS, to [address removed]
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Contributors

Producers: Tessa Uvingstone
Producers: Sean McPhilemy

: The Curse of Corman

The season of chillers directed by Roger Corman and based on works of Edgar Allan Poe continues with The Raven
Starring Vincent Price
Peter Lorre , Boris Karloff
A trio of sorcerers pit their powers against each other in a montage of monstrous magic.
• FILMS: pages 22-26
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Contributors

Directed By: Roger Corman
Unknown: Edgar Allan Poe
Unknown: Peter Lorre
Unknown: Boris Karloff
Dr Erasmus Craven: Vincent Price
Dr Bedlo: Peter Lorre
Dr Scarabus: Boris Karloff
Rexford Bedlo: Jack Nicholson

: Newsnight

Presented by Francine Stock. Editor Tim Gardam

Contributors

Presented By: Francine Stock.
Editor: Tim Gardam

: Cricket: Second Test

England v New Zealand
Highlights with Richie Benaud .

Contributors

Unknown: Richie Benaud

: Weatherview

: Open University

Victorian Dissenting Chapels Victorian non-conformist architecture is rediscovered. (R)








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