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: Open University

6.50 Maths: Complex Numbers
7.15 Urban Development: The Phoenix Initiative
7.40 Silicate Structures
8.05 Fundamentals of Computing
8.55 Spanish Modernisation
9.20 X-rays and Energy Levels
9.45 Exploring Educational Issues: Sam's Story
10.10 Cancer: Terminal Care
10.35 Survival in a Competitive Environment
11.00 Management Issues in Post-Compulsory Education
11.25 The 19th-century Novel and Its Legacy: Vision and Design
11.50 Statistics: Central Limit
Theorem
12.15 Light from Semiconductors
12.40 Education: Changing Children's Minds
1.05 Soap and Water
1.30 Modern Art
1.55 The Effective Manager
2.20 Education: Taking the Initiative
2.45 Open Advice

: Mahabharat

A 91 -part Indian epic.
18: After killing Kans, Krishna goes to the prison to set his parents free. He also releases Ugrasen and persuades him to become King of Mathura once again.
(In Hindi with English subtitles.
RepeatedtomorrowatU.SSamonBBC1)

Contributors

Kans: Goga Kapoor
Krishna: Kewal Shah
Ugrasen: Ramlal Gupta
Nand: Rasik Dave
Yashoda: Manju Vyas

: Raising the Roof

How 1,000 people worked round the clock to build two houses in three days. Rick Ball tells the challenging story of a man with a vision and a woman with a cause who joined forces to provide homes for two needy families. In scenes reminiscent of the film Witness hundreds of craftsmen raise the frames on two houses locked together not with screws and nails, but by superb carpentry, muscle-power and determination. In Pennsylvania the powerful combination of craft skills and community spirit fulfils the dreams of both the Timber Framers Guild and the volunteer army of Habitat for Humanity. Director Andrew Meikle
Executive producer Stephanie Silk

Contributors

Unknown: Rick Ball
Director: Andrew Meikle
Producer: Stephanie Silk

: Cricket: Second Test

England v India
Further live coverage of the rest of the afternoon's play from Old Trafford on the third day.
Television presentation Alan Griffiths Executive producer Keith Mackenzie

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Griffiths
Producer: Keith MacKenzie

: Music of the Andes

Rumillajta. They come from La Paz , the highest capital city in the world. Sian Davies presents a programme of songs and instrumental pieces played by the leading exponents of Bolivia's musical heritage. Director Diane Reid
Producer Tony Stavacre

Contributors

Unknown: La Paz
Unknown: Sian Davies
Director: Diane Reid
Producer: Tony Stavacre

: Eyes on the Prize

The story of America's civil rights struggle during the years 1954-65, told in six parts by the men and women who fought the second American revolution.
4: No Easy Walk (1961-63)
Governor Wallace of Alabama pledged, 'Segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation for ever'. The federal government at first tried to deter the organisers of the March on Washington, while in Alabama reactionaries bombed black homes and churches. Directors/Producers James Devinney and Callie Crossley
A Blackside Inc production (R)

Contributors

Producers: James Devinney
Producers: Callie Crossley

: News View

The day's main stories presented by Moira Stuart. Then Jill Dando reviews the week's events, with subtitles for the hard-of-hearing. Followed by Weatherview.

Contributors

Presented By: Moira Stuart.
Unknown: Jill Dando

: White Noise

Funny, strange, challenging and remarkable video from artists around the world.
Highlights of tonight's selection include a witty, fast-moving performance by the Canadian group La La La Human Steps and a bizarre Brazilian version of Ravel's
Bolero. Plus a dance lament by Bill Jones for his partner Arnie Zane , who died of Aids in 1988. Series producer John Wyver
An Illuminations production for BBCtv

Contributors

Unknown: Bill Jones
Unknown: Arnie Zane
Producer: John Wyver

: Designs on Europe

Europe's towns and cities are being transformed. This series of films, each made by a different European country, profiles six very different architects who are contributing to the look of the new Europe.
Denmark: Henning Larsen. When Larsen won an international competition for the new opera house in Compton Verney ,
Warwickshire, he was almost unknown in this country. But his design of the truly spectacular Ministry of Foreign Affairs at
Riyadh in Saudi Arabia has been described as a masterpiece and a turning point in 20th-century architecture. His libraries, schools and university buildings in Scandinavia had already shown him to be one of Europe's most confident and inventive designers and a grandmaster in the use of light. Narrated by Patrick Malahide. Director Pi Michael

Contributors

Unknown: Henning Larsen.
Unknown: Compton Verney
Unknown: Patrick Malahide.

: Glory! Glory!

First showing on network television. The second of a two-part outrageous musical satire on American television evangelism, directed by Undsay (If....) Anderson. Starring
Ellen Greene
Richard Thomas
When Ruth is persuaded to turn her talents to healing she discovers she has a 'gift' and becomes a believer. With a coast-to-coast television deal set up, the Church of the Companions of Christ is riding high, but there is a fly in the ointment: Chet Madison , an investigative reporter, is determined to expose Ruth as a fraud.
• FILMS: pages 11-14 * CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: Ellen Greene
Unknown: Richard Thomas
Unknown: When Ruth
Unknown: Chet Madison
Ruth: Ellen Greene
Rev Bobby Joe Stuckey: Richard Thomas
Lester Babbit: James Whitmore
Chet Madison: Winston Rekert
Vincent: George Buza
Roger Dalton: Barry Stevens
Dexter: Chick Roberts
Leonard Everett: Myron Natwick
Hank Feldman: Ted Simonett
Judy Francis: Micky Moor
Ben Harris: Robin McCullough
Wilkinson: Bill Copeland

: Golf

US PGA Championship from
Birmingham, Alabama. Nick Faldo will have to overcome the heat of an Alabama summer to be in contention for his third major title of 1990. Steve Rider introduces play of the third round from the Shoal Creek Golf Club.

Contributors

Unknown: Nick Faldo
Introduces: Steve Rider








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