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: Open University

6.35 Scenes from Dr Faustus
7.00 Public Health: Going with the Flow 7.25 Introduction to
Calculus 7.50 Engineering Mechanics 8.15 Science:
Nuclear Tunnelling 8.40 Music: Modulation 9.05 Relational
Concepts 9.30 The National
Grid 9.55 Arts: Victorian Ways of Death 10.20 Biology:
Breaths of Life 10.45 Maths:
Calculus 11.10 Open Advice: So You Want to Be a Better
Manager 11.35 Energy and Rockets

: Around Westminster

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

Contributors

Unknown: Kate Barker
Unknown: Terry Dignan.

: Scrutiny

lain MacWhirter looks at parliamentary committees. 0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

: Environments

Danish Energy. How do we go about changing the rate of fossil fuel consumption?

: Sunday Grandstand

Introduced by Bob Wilson.
Provisional Timetable
1.30 Water ski-ing; 2.20 Hockey
3.40 Water ski-ing; 4.00 Golf
5.45 Water ski.ing
Water Ski-ing
Carlsberg European Championships from
Kirtons Farm, Reading. Commentary by Gerald Sinstadt , Karen Morse and Mike Hazelwood.
Hockey
Havant v Hounslow
Poundstretcher National Cup final from Milton Keynes. Last year's match was between the same two teams - Havant won. Commentary by Barry Davies and Ian Taylor.
Golf
Volvo PGA
Championships from Wentworth. An event
Nick Faldo has won four times. Commentary by Steve Rider , Peter Alliss , Bruce Critchley , Clive Clark , Alex Hay and Mike Hughesdon.
(Further coverage at 11.25pm) Producer Martin Hopkins Editor John Philips
0 PICTURE STORY: page 53

Contributors

Introduced By: Bob Wilson.
Commentary By: Gerald Sinstadt
Commentary By: Karen Morse
Commentary By: Mike Hazelwood.
Unknown: Milton Keynes.
Commentary By: Barry Davies
Commentary By: Ian Taylor.
Unknown: Nick Faldo
Commentary By: Steve Rider
Commentary By: Peter Alliss
Commentary By: Bruce Critchley
Commentary By: Clive Clark
Commentary By: Alex Hay
Commentary By: Mike Hughesdon.

: Chelsea Flower Show

Highlights of the Royal
Horticultural Society's spring show, held last week in the grounds of the Royal Hospital, Chelsea. With
Alan Titchmarsh , Anne Gregg and Stefan Buczacki.
Executive producer Dennis Adams

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Titchmarsh
Unknown: Anne Gregg
Unknown: Stefan Buczacki.
Producer: Dennis Adams

: The Money Programme

The top business stories. Editor David Nissan

Contributors

Editor: David Nissan

: Great Journeys

Eight travellers along the world's great highways.
The Silk Road. Colin Thubron, the celebrated writer, takes the Silk Road from the ancient
Chinese capital at Xian across the rim of the fearsome
Taklamakan desert and along the Sino-Soviet border.
Director Peter Dale
0 BOOK: same title, 116.00, from booksellers
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Director: Peter Dale

: Relative Values

Keeping Up with the Medici This series investigating values in art, has been allowed unlimited access into the homes of art collectors such as Baron Thyssen,
Dennis Hopper , Paul Mellon , Vincent Price and many others, who talk frankly about what motivates them.
Director Hannah Rothschild
Executive producer Keith Alexander

Contributors

Unknown: Dennis Hopper
Unknown: Paul Mellon
Unknown: Vincent Price
Director: Hannah Rothschild
Producer: Keith Alexander

: Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy

John Ie Carre 's classic story dramatised in seven parts by Arthur Hopcraft and starring Alec Guinness
4: Control to Smiley - 'There are three of them - and Alleline'. Smiley recalls some past acquaintances.
Music composed and conducted by Geoffrey Burgon
Producer Jonathan Powell
Director John Irvin
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown: John Ie Carre
Unknown: Arthur Hopcraft
Unknown: Alec Guinness
Conducted By: Geoffrey Burgon
Producer: Jonathan Powell
Director: John Irvin
George Smiley: Alec Guinness
Peter Guillam: Michael Jayston
Alwyn: Warren Clarke
Mendel: George Sewell
Toby Esterhase: Bernard Hepton
Percy Alleline: Michael Aldridge
Roy Bland: Terence Rigby
Bill Haydon: Ian Richardson
Ricki Tarr: Hywel Bennett
Karla: Patrick Stewart

: Moviedrome

Alex Cox introduces another in the season of cult films.
Vamp
First showing on network television.
Starring
Grace Jones
Chris Makepeace
Three college kids looking to find a stripper for an upcoming fraternity house party stumble upon the After Dark club, a mysterious venue for exotic dancing. Katrina seems to be just the performer they have been looking for, but behind the scenes she reveals her true and horrifying identity.
Director Richard Wenk 0 FILMS: pages 29-35 0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES

Contributors

Introduces: Alex Cox
Unknown: Grace Jones
Unknown: Chris Makepeace
Director: Richard Wenk
Katrina: Grace Jones
Keith: Chris Makepeace
Vic: Sandy Baron
Cimmaron: Lisa Lyon
Aj: Robert Rusler
Amaretto: Dedee Pfeiffer
Duncan: Gedde Watanabe
Snow: Billy Drago
Vlad: Brad Logan

: Golf

Highlights of the PGA Championships, from Wentworth.
W SPORT: page 12
● PICTURE STORY: page 53

: Dance Energy

Introduced by Normski.








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