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: Open University

6.35 The York Mystery Plays
7.00 Managing Schools:
Presnett Comprehensive 7.25 Bath in the 18th Century 7.50 Understanding Space and Time
8.15 Materials in Action: Strike a Light 8.40 Rome under
Augustus 9.05 Social Science Foundation Course: Using TV
9.55 Witting and Unwitting
Testimony 10.20 Biology Form and Function: Insect Diversity
10.45 Maths: Symbols and Equations 11.10 Managing Change at Jaguar 11.35 Motion: Newton's Laws

: Around Westminster

Sue MacGregor presents the weekly political review for the south and east. Reports from
Kate Barker and Terry Dignan. 0 REGIONAL PROGRAMME

Contributors

Unknown: Kate Barker
Unknown: Terry Dignan.

: Scrutiny

lain MacWhirter looks at parliamentary committees. 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES

: The New Explorers

A look at attempts to mimic the brain.
Presented by Nick Ross.

Contributors

Presented By: Nick Ross.

: Bowls

The Midland Bank World
Indoor Bowls
Championships from the Guildhall, Preston.
With Dougie Donnelly.

Contributors

Unknown: Dougie Donnelly.

: The Adventures of Quentin Durward

FILM Starring
Robert Taylor Kay Kendall
The hero of Sir Walter Scott 's novel, Quentin Durward , becomes the pawn in the power struggle between two royal brothers in 15th-century Europe.
Director Richard Thorpe 0 FILMS: pages 30.36

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Taylor
Unknown: Kay Kendall
Unknown: Sir Walter Scott
Unknown: Quentin Durward
Director: Richard Thorpe
Quentin Durward: Robert Taylor
Isabelle: Kay Kendall
Louis XI: Robert Morley
Duke of Burgundy: Alex Clunes
Count de Creville: Marlus Goring
Master Oliver: Wilfrid Hyde White
Lord Crawford: Ernest Thesiger
Hayraddin: George Cole

: Laurel and Hardy

A judge gives Stan and Ollie just one hour to get out of town.

: Rugby Special

Featuring
England v Scotland Wales v Ireland
The Save and Prosper international, and the Lada Cars international.
Commentary by Bill McLaren , Nigel Starmer-Smith .
Bill Beaumont and Eddie Butler.
Introduced by Chris Rea.
Executive producer Johnnie Watherston

Contributors

Commentary By: Bill McLaren
Commentary By: Nigel Starmer-Smith
Unknown: Bill Beaumont
Unknown: Eddie Butler.
Introduced By: Chris Rea.
Producer: Johnnie Watherston

: The Clive James Interview

NEW Clive James in a conversational encounter with actress and writer Carrie Fisher.
Producer Nigel Leigh
Series producer Elaine Bedell

Contributors

Unknown: New Clive James
Unknown: Carrie Fisher.
Producer: Nigel Leigh
Producer: Elaine Bedell

: The Money Programme

Questions of Profit
When companies with glowing accounts start going bust, standards of financial reporting are questioned. lain Carson reports. Producer Alison Rooper Editor David Nissan 0 MONEY: page 16

Contributors

Producer: Alison Rooper

: The Natural World

Cranes of the Grey Wind As winter ends, flocks of sandhill and whooper cranes crowd the wetlands of the American prairies, breaking their epic journey from southern Mexico to Alaskan breeding grounds.
Produced and filmed by Tom Mangelsen Series editor Mike Salisbury • PICTURE STORY: page 45 • CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Mangelsen
Editor: Mike Salisbury

: Gardens of the Mind

Geoffrey Jellicoe , Landscape Artist
Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe is famed for designing royal gardens and landscaping factory sites. Aged 90, he faces his biggest project, 'Civilisations of Man', believing a landscape architect should help reconcile man with nature. With Jane Brown , Sir Peter Shepheard , Tom Turner. Narrated by David Drew. Director/Producer Roger Last
Executive producer Christopher Martin

Contributors

Unknown: Geoffrey Jellicoe
Artist: Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe
Unknown: Jane Brown
Unknown: Peter Shepheard
Unknown: Tom Turner.
Unknown: David Drew.
Producer: Christopher Martin

: Screen Two: 102 Boulevard Haussmann

A new BBC film by Alan Bennett.
Starring Alan Bates, Paul Rhys and Janet McTeer
1916: as war rages, Marcel Proust lives a nocturnal, closeted life in Paris, obsessed by his writing. He hires a quartet and befriends one of the young musicians, a wounded serviceman.
Drama: Page 4
Films: pages 30-36
Picture story: page 45
(Ceefax Subtitles)

Contributors

Writer: Alan Bennett
Producer: Innes Lloyd
Director: Udayan Prasad
Proust: Alan Bates
Massis: Paul Rhys
Celeste: Janet McTeer
Odilon: Jonathan Coy
Concierge: Gillian Martell
Poulet: Philip Rham
Gentil: Michael Wilcox
Ruyssen: Peter Geeves
Dr Bize: Philip McGough
Madame Massis: Celia Imrie
Morand: Michael Grandage
Princess Soutzo: Lesley Nightingale
Headwaiter: Richard Syms
Petain: Benjamin Buckton

: The Last Tycoon

I Starring
Robert De Niro
Tony Curtis
In 1930s Hollywood, studio head Monroe Stahr fulfils his dreams on screen, but in real life, happiness eludes him.
Director Elia Kazan
* FILMS: pages 30-36 • CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: Robert de Niro
Unknown: Tony Curtis
Unknown: Monroe Stahr
Director: Elia Kazan
Monroe Stahr: Robert de Niro
Rodriguez: Tony Curtis
Pat Brady: Robert Mitchum
Didi: Jeanne Moreau
Brimmer: Jack Nicholson
Baxley: Donald Pleasence
Fleishacker: Ray Milland
Red Ridinghood: Dana Andrews
Wylie: Peter Strauss
Cecilia Brady: Theresa Russell

: Snub

More innovative music.

: Rapido

Cross-Channel music show.








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