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: Open University

6.35 Calculating Pi
7.00 Chemistry: Hidden Heavens
7.25 Chardin and the Female Image
7.50 The Universe Tomorrow
8.15 Engineering Mechanics
8.40 Music: Formal Analysis
9.05 Oceanography: Global Sea-Level
9.30 Meanings of Madness: the Institution of Insanity
9.55 Arts: A New Museum
10.20 Mechanics of Photosynthesis
10.45 Maths: Modelling Drug Therapy
11.10 Education: the Revolution Yet to Come
11.35 Dating a Granite

: Conservation

Practical conservation for land managers: working wildlife into the environment.

: Grandstand

Introduced by Steve Rider. Provisional Timetable
1.00 Motor racing; 3.10 Show jumping; 5.30 Athletics
Motor Racing
Belgian Grand Prix from Spa. (Highlights tonight at 9.30pm)
0 MOTORING: page 70
Show Jumping
Silk Cut Derby from Hickstead. Commentary by Raymond Brooks-Ward and Stephen Hadley.
Athletics
Brendan Foster and Paul Dickenson look forward to the European
Athletics Championships which start in Split, Yugoslavia, tomorrow. Producer Martin Hopkins Editor John Philips

Contributors

Introduced By: Steve Rider.
Commentary By: Raymond Brooks-Ward
Commentary By: Stephen Hadley.
Unknown: Brendan Foster
Unknown: Paul Dickenson
Producer: Martin Hopkins
Editor: John Philips

: One Man and His Dog

Four young shepherds, all under 20, compete on the same course as their elders alongside the Ladybower Reservoir in the Derbyshire Peak District for the BBCtv International Sheepdog Championship. Before the runs, there is an opportunity to meet the youngsters and learn about their families and the dogs who play such an important part in their lives. The competitors are Danny Black with Nell (Wales), Martyn Windle with Mirk (England),
Donal O'Sullivan with Bin (Ireland) and Michael Watt with Jix (Scotland). Introduced by Phil Drabble with Eric Halsall.
Director Joy Corbett Producer Ian Smith

Contributors

Unknown: Danny Black
Unknown: Martyn Windle
Unknown: Donal O'Sullivan
Unknown: Michael Watt
Introduced By: Phil Drabble
Unknown: Eric Halsall.
Producer: Ian Smith

: Rough Guide to the World

Budapest. In the last programme of the series, Magenta de Vine and Sankha Guha discover the city where the movies are bluer than the Danube and the streets are paved with gold.

Contributors

Unknown: Sankha Guha

: Belle and the Glory Boys

She was big, brave and ugly. Many like her took men to their death, but not Belle; she and her boys survived. In the Second World War American bomber crews rarely made it home. The survival rate among these servicemen was only one in five. These deadly odds so appalled film producer David Puttnam that he made Memphis Belle - the account of a young crew's bravery on their final mission. As the cameras shoot today's stars, yesterday's crew - the original 'Glory Boys' - remember the real shooting, when one direct hit could mean never going home again.

Contributors

Interviewee: David Puttnam
Producer: Brian Lewis
Executive Producer: Paul Watson

: Joseph Campbell and the Power of Myth

Six programmes about the vitality and relevance of myth.
5: Love and the Goddess. 'Love is the burning point in life, and since life is sorrowful, so is love. The stronger the love, the more the pain, but love bears all things. Love is the pain of being truly alive.' Joseph Campbell talks with Bill Moyers about the origin of the idea of romantic love in the 12th century and looks at the great mythic theme of the Goddess as Isis, Gaia,
Mother Earth and even the Madonna. Producer Roger Stott
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Talks: Joseph Campbell
Unknown: Bill Moyers
Producer: Roger Stott

: Belgian Grand Prix

Highlights of today's action from 11th round of the World
Championship at Spa. Commentary by Murray Walker and James Hunt. Producer Mark Wilkin
Executive producer Jim Reside
0 MOTORING: page 70

Contributors

Commentary By: Murray Walker
Commentary By: James Hunt.
Producer: Mark Wilkin
Producer: Jim Reside

: Moviedrome: The Big Silence

Alex Cox introduces another in the season of cult films.
The Big Silence (II Grande Silenzio)
First showing on network television.
Starring
Jean Louis Trintignant Klaus Kinski

1896: snow has fallen on the border between Mexico and the USA forcing the many outlaws living hidden in the mountains down into the valleys. There the bounty hunters lie in wait, the cruelest being Tigrero. One man, a dumb-mute gunfighter called Silenzio is out to stop the slaughter.

Director Sergio Corbucci
INFORMATION: a 'Moviedrome' guide featuring films from all three series is available, pnce £2.75, from [address removed]. Cheques payable to BSS.
* FILMS: pages 15-18 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Introduces: Alex Cox
Unknown: Jean Louis Trintignant
Unknown: Klaus Kinski
Director: Sergio Corbucci
Tigrero: Klaus Kinski
Silenzio Jean: Louis Trintignant
Pauline: Vonetta McGee








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