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: Open University

6.45 Physics: Reflections on Waves 7.10 First in the Field

: News

: Westminster

Yesterday in parliament.

: Yesterday at Wimbledon

Harry Carpenter looks back at yesterday's play.


Unknown: Harry Carpenter

: Nurse Edith Cavell

Anna Neagle
George Sanders
First World War drama about a dedicated and courageous nurse.
Producer/Director Herbert Wilcox
0 FILMS: page 27-34


Unknown: Anna Neagle
Unknown: George Sanders
Director: Herbert Wilcox
Nurse Edith Cavell: Anna Neagle
Capt Heinrichs: George Sanders
Countess Maton: Edna May Oliver
MmeRappard: May Robson
Mine Moulin: Zasu Pitts

: Made by Man

A look at the bookbinder's craft.

: Sign Extra

Magazine for the deaf.

: Gordon T Gopher

Adventures with the furry puppet.

: Barney

Cartoon fun with the lovable dog.

: Wimbledon 91

The Lawn Tennis
Championships. In the ladies singles it is quarter-finals day.
Including at
2.00pm News; Weather

: News

Followed by Westminster Live
Prime Minister's questions.

: News; Weather

and Regional News; Weather

: Wimbledon 91

Live coverage.

: Black on Europe

Second of a six-part series about being black and European as 1992 approaches. Portugal. Black Portuguese have to fight to establish a foothold in their new society - women street-trading in fish, young people campaigning for extra schooling. Half the black population of 100,000 are suspected of being illegal immigrants. They find themselves exposed to manipulation and exploitation by employers who use them as cheap, illegal labour and relegated to the worst housing in the wooden shanty towns that surround Lisbon.
Producer Anna Umbima
Series producer Onyekachi Wambu


Producer: Anna Umbima
Producer: Onyekachi Wambu

: Red Arctic

A six-part series about the Soviet Union's remotest and coldest frontiers.
The March of the Vezdekhods Beneath the frozen wastes of Siberia lie some of the biggest oil and gas reserves in the world. Their development and export may be the best hope for the country to escape bankruptcy and anarchy. But the wandering tribesmen have to fight to protect their grazing lands and reindeer herds against the encroaching developers who travel in Vezdekhods. The mechanical rumble of the tank-like vehicles churning up the fragile cover of the tundra is a sure sign that, for the nomads. life is about to change forever. Narrated by David Jessel. Director Shojun Hata
Producer Viviana Woodruff 0 PICTURE STORY: page 52


Unknown: David Jessel.
Director: Shojun Hata
Producer: Viviana Woodruff

: The Best of Saturday Night Clive

Media monitor
Barbara Lippert reports from New York on America's latest attempts to stay looking young and beautiful. From
Denver Raymond Burr - star of Ironside and Perry Mason.
And joining Clive James in the studio is the master of improvisation John Sessions. Series producer Beatrice Ballard Editor Richard Drewett


Unknown: Barbara Lippert
Unknown: Raymond Burr
Unknown: Perry Mason.
Unknown: Clive James
Unknown: John Sessions.
Producer: Beatrice Ballard
Editor: Richard Drewett

: From Wimps to Warriors

The series that seeks to explode the myths that surround masculinity.
That's Masculinity. Gay men, traditionally excluded from definitions of masculinity, describe what manhood means to them. Jimmie and Phil love aggressive sports and leather and have been together for 37 years. Alex enjoys being camp and flamboyant but believes being black and gay is a political act. Trevor, an ex-army gym instructor likes to 'fit in' by not behaving like a 'raving nancy'.
Executive producer Paul Watson Director Marc Munden


Producer: Paul Watson
Director: Marc Munden

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman.


Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.

: Jazz 625

Tonight features the Alex
Welsh Band with guest soloist Henry 'Red' Allen.
Scottish band leader, Alex Welsh was a dedicated follower of Dixieland jazz, and trumpeter Henry 'Red' Allen was a leading soloist of the early swing period and an outstanding blues player.
This session was recorded in 1964 and starts with Beale
Street Blues. Presented by Slim Gaillard.
Original material produced by Terry Henebery
Series producer Sharon Ali


Leader: Alex Welsh
Presented By: Slim Gaillard.
Produced By: Terry Henebery
Producer: Sharon Ali

: Animation Now

46 Bis. Two women dance to the rhythm of a Latin American Tango.

: Weatherview

: Open University

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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