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: Open University

6.50 Maths: Networks and Matrices 7.15 Care in the Community 7.40 Geology:
Interpreting Sediments 8.05 Computing: Sequences 8.30 Technology: Something New Under the Sun? 8.55
Interactive Video 9.20
Engineering Mechanics: Fluid Flows 9.45 Piaget in Perspective 10.10 Images: Lens Design 10.35 Sugar
Takes Root 11.00 Managing Schools: the Power of the Purse 11.25 Making Readers for Life 11.50 Special
Education in Norway 12.15 Measure for Measure
Workshop 12.40 Talking to the Tea Folk 1.05 Photochemical
Pathways 1.30 Modernism: Bolshevik Art 1.55 Ottoman
Supremacy: the Sulemaniye
2.20 Tawny Owls: Case Study

: Mahabharat

A 93-part epic from India. 52: Hearing of the Pandavas' exile, Krishna goes to the forest to meet them. He listens to
Draupadi's tale and promises vengeance.
(In Hindi with English subtitles. Repeated tomorrow at 11.40pm on BBC1)

: The Naked Truth

The first of two films shown this week as a tribute to the screenwriter
Michael Pertwee , who died earlier this year. Starring Terry-Thomas Peter Sellers
When blackmailer Nigel Dennis threatens to publish lurid details of Lord Mayley's private life, the horrified peer and his fellow victims hatch a murderous plot.
Director Mario Zampi
(Black and white. 'Make Mine Mink' can be seen on Thursday at 10.00am;
* FILMS: pages 27.34

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Pertwee
Unknown: Terry-Thomas Peter
Unknown: Nigel Dennis
Director: Mario Zampi
Lord Mayley: Terry-Thomas
Sonny MacGregor: Peter Sellers
Flora Ransom: Peggy Mount
Nigel Dennis: Dennis Price
Melissa Right: Shirley Eaton
Lady Mayley: Georgina Cookson
Ethel Ransom: Joan Sims
Rev Bastable: Miles Malleson
Porter: Kenneth Griffith
Mactavish: Moultrie Kelsall

: Cricket Second Test

England v West Indies Further live coverage of the rest of the afternoon's play from Lord's cricket ground. Introduced by Tony Lewis.

Contributors

Introduced By: Tony Lewis.

: Late Again

Highlights from this week's
Late Show, including a look at John Constable's Clouds, to coincide with the major exhibition of his work at the Tate Gallery in London. Editor Roland Keating

Contributors

Editor: Roland Keating

: News and Sport

With Moira Stuart.
Followed by Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Moira Stuart.

: Cardiff Singer of the World

The 1991 competition reaches its climax with this final, direct from St David 's Hall, Cardiff. The five singers who have scored the highest marks during the week compete for the title, a cash prize of £5,000, and the Stuart
Crystal. An additional prize of £1,000 is awarded for the best lieder performance of the competition. With the BBC
Welsh Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Kees Bakels and Guido Ajmone-Marsan . Piano accompaniment by Ingrid Surgenor and Michael Pollock. Valerie Solti interviews the finalists. Introduced by Humphrey Burton. Director Derek Bailey Executive producer
Huw Tregelles Williams

Contributors

Unknown: St David
Conducted By: Kees Bakels
Piano: Guido Ajmone-Marsan
Unknown: Ingrid Surgenor
Unknown: Michael Pollock.
Unknown: Valerie Solti
Introduced By: Humphrey Burton.
Director: Derek Bailey
Unknown: Huw Tregelles Williams

: Point Blank

Tough, compelling thriller, starring
Lee Marvin
Angie Dickinson
Double-crossed and shot by his partner while stealing a fortune in loot from a rival gang, Walker survives, determined to seek vengeance. Two years later, he is approached by a mysterious man named Yost, who offers to help him have his revenge and regain his money from 'The Organisation'.
Director John Boorman 0 FILMS: pages 27-34
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown: Lee Marvin
Unknown: Angie Dickinson
Director: John Boorman
Walker: Lee Marvin
Chris: Angie Dickinson
Yost: Keenan Wynn
Brewster: Carroll O'Connor
Frederick Carter: Lloyd Bochner
Stegman: Michael Strong
Mal Reese: John Vernon
Lynne: Sharon Acker
Hired gun: James Sikking
Waitress: Sandra Warner
Mrs Carter: Roberta Haynes

: Twin Peaks

Another opportunity to see the final episode of this offbeat soap opera, directed by David Lynch , starring Kyle MacLachlan Michael Ontkean
A queen is escorted to an appointment at the end of the world but, in order to play the white knight and rescue her, Agent Dale Cooper must face a final confrontation with the evil that lurks in the woods surrounding Twin Peaks.
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Directed By: David Lynch
Unknown: Kyle MacLachlan
Unknown: Michael Ontkean
Unknown: Dale Cooper
Agent Dale Cooper: Kyle MacLachlan
Sheriff Truman: Michael Ontkean
Ben Home: Richard Beymer
Donna Hayward: Lara Flynn Boyle
Audrey Horne: Sherilyn Fenn
Windom Earle: Kenneth Welsh
Annie: Heather Graham
Pete Martell: Jack Nance
Andrew Packard: Dan Oherlihy
Lucy Moran: Kimmy Robertson
Andy Brennan: Harry Goal
Ed Hurley: Everett McGill
Nadine Hurley: Wendy Robie
Dr Jacoby: Russ Tamblyn
Norma Jennings: Peggy Upton
Laura Palmer: Sheryl Lee
Dr Hayward: Warren Frost
Major Briggs: Don Davis
Sarah Palmer: Grace Zabriskie
Betty Briggs: Charlotte Stewart
Dwarf: Michael J Anderson
Giant: Carel Struycken
Singer: James V Scott

: Cricket: Second Test

England v West Indies
Highlights of the third day's play from Lord's. Introduced by Richie Benaud.

Contributors

Introduced By: Richie Benaud.








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