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: Open University

Water for Jordan

: News

: Westminster

Parliamentary highlights.

: Cricket: Third Test

Final day's highlights.

: Syncopation

Ella, crazy about
New Orleans jazz, has to move to Chicago, but she stays a fan through the evolving styles in music and dance. Producer/Director William Dieterle
● FILMS: pages 27-34

: Atlantic City

First showing on network television for this musical about an ambitious impresario. With Louis Armstrong. Director Ray McCarey
0 FILMS: pages 27-34

Contributors

Director: Ray McCarey

: Discoveries

The Parthenon Frieze.

: Mr Benn

Animation.

: Country File

: News Weather

Followed by Australia
Journey to the Interior 0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

: The Historyman

Otley Hall in Suffolk.

Contributors

Unknown: Otley Hall

: News Weather

Followed by Westminster Live
Parliamentary highlights

: Wooldridge View

The Royal Navy's field-gun contest.

: One in Four

Disability issues.

: Street Art

A celebration of street culture and hip hop style took place last year in the quiet seaside town of Bridlington. Spray-can artists from all over the world congregated for an eight-hour contest to create the best 20ft mural; dancing and skateboarding completed the competition. Producer Roger Keech

Contributors

Producer: Roger Keech

: Star Trek: the Next Generation

The adventures of the new
USS Enterprise and its crew. Time Squared. A replica of Captain Picard is discovered and leads the Enterprise crew into a deadly time warp.
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

: DEFII

The Farm
Featuring the band at
Liverpool during their recent Spartacus tour. Friends Suggs and Pete Wylie sing along some of the old favourites, including All Together Now. Director Steve Lock
Producer Charles Lauder
7.30pm Has Anyone
Heard of Mozambique? Young people at a Bristol school raised money for a third world charity, but most had no idea where the money would go. Mark Ashton relates their lives to those of their counterparts in Mozambique, a country rich in natural resources but where civil war and famine mean one child in every three dies before reaching the age of 5. Producer Mike Dornan

Contributors

Unknown: Pete Wylie
Producer: Charles Lauder
Unknown: Mark Ashton
Producer: Mike Dornan

: Reaching for the Skies

Second of 11 programmes on the history of aviation.
The Aeroplane Goes to War The story of the men and machines that shaped the future of military aviation.
Narrated by Anthony Quayle. Producer Chns Powell
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown: Anthony Quayle.
Producer: Chns Powell

: ScreenPlay: Broke

Starring
Timothy Spall
Winner of the Radio Times
Drama Awards, this week's
ScreenPlay is a black comedy written by Stephen Bill. It is the story of a small businessman and a deal that is about to break his family.
Producer Barry Hanson Director Alan Dossor
● DRAMA: page 4
● FILMS: pages 27-34
● PICTURE STORY: page 58
● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown: Timothy Spall
Written By: Stephen Bill.
Producer: Barry Hanson
Director: Alan Dossor
Francis Meeks: Timothy Spall
Elaine Meeks: Sheila Kelley
Ken Bannister: Larry Lamb
Melanie Bannister: Susan Wooldridge
Michael Meeks: Leo Bill
Tara Meeks: Rosie Bill
Cherine Bannister: Laura Dixon
Jack Bannister: Arthur Whybrow
Sylvia Bannister: Hilda Fenemore
Nicholas: Thomas Wheatley
Sally: Carole Harrison
Gregory: Graham Weston
Minister: Peter Wear
Lady at church: Pauline Cory
Bank manager: Davyd Harries
Assistant in blind shop: Bharti Patel
Gordon: Kenneth Hadley
Server of court order: Brian Portsmouth
Village householder: Kathryn Hurlbutt
Mrs Kumar: Shahnaz Pakravan

: A Party Political Broadcast

By the Labour Party.

: Newsnight

Jeremy Paxman presents the day's top news stories.

Contributors

Presenter: Jeremy Paxman

: Push the Boat Out

Third of five programmes featuring acoustic music from the Renfrew Ferry. This week, Ireland comes to
Glasgow as a group of fiddlers and singers from Donegal bring their special style of music to the River Clyde.
Host Aly Bain welcomes Irish piper Liam O'Flynn and the spectacular Tara Dancers. Producer Maureen White
Executive producer John Archer

Contributors

Unknown: Liam O'Flynn
Unknown: Tara Dancers.
Producer: Maureen White
Producer: John Archer

: Weatherview

: Open University

Literature in the Modern World
Madmen and Specialists by Wole Soyinka.

Contributors

Unknown: Wole Soyinka.








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