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: Open University

6.35 Nuclear Proliferation 7.00 Third World Studies 7.25
Introduction to Calculus 7.50
Physics: Lightning Does Strike
Twice! 8.15 Ottoman Supremacy: The Sulemaniye, Istanbul 8.40
Water for a City: Nottingham 9.05 Santo Spirito: a Renaissance Church
9.30 Graphs, Networks and Design
9.55 Arts: Victorian Britain 10.20 Roman Architecture and Town Planning 10.45 Maths: Algebra
11.10 Preparing for the Exams
11.35 The Search for the W and Z

: Environment

Living with Drought. An investigation into what the people of Africa are doing to solve the continent's environmental crisis.

: Holiday Outings

Anne Gregg reports on a Kenyan safari holiday.

Contributors

Unknown: Anne Gregg

: The Sordid Subject of Boeuf Bourguignon

Should home economics be taught in schools?

: * Sunday Grandstand

Introduced by Steve Rider from Kiawah Island, USA.
Provisional Timetable
1.30; 4.00 Golf: 1.45 Motor racing
Ryder Cup Golf USA v Europe
Live from Kiawah Island,
South Carolina. The fate of the competition should be decided in the next few hours, as holders Europe and challengers America battle it out in 12 singles matches.
Commentary by Peter Alliss ,
Bruce Critchley and Alex Hay.
Motor Racing
Spanish Grand Prix live from
Barcelona. Nigel Mansell must win this race to stand a chance of gaining the championship title. Commentary by Murray Walker and James Hunt. (Highlights at 9.25pm)
Golf television presentation
Alastair Scott and John Shrewsbury

Contributors

Introduced By: Steve Rider
Commentary By: Peter Alliss
Commentary By: Bruce Critchley
Commentary By: Alex Hay.
Commentary By: Murray Walker
Commentary By: James Hunt.
Unknown: Alastair Scott
Unknown: John Shrewsbury

: * Greener on the Other Side?

While the west worries about global warming, India faces an immediate environmental crisis that threatens many millions of Indians whose livelihoods depend on the land. The country's forests, farmlands, air and water are deteriorating rapidly. Industrial development and over-exploitation are taking a heavy toll. Until recently, India tried to escape the twin traps of poverty and underdevelopment through a policy of 'big is beautiful'. Massive industrial and hydro-electrical projects were seen as the path to economic salvation. But India today has a legacy of polluted water, degraded farmland and disappearing forests. The dilemma facing the country is stark: how can India develop without destroying its natural resources? Can its future be greener as well as richer? Narrated by Roshan Seth. Producer Charles Bruce
Executive producer Narendhra Morar ● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown: Roshan Seth.
Producer: Charles Bruce

: * Grand Prix

Highlights of the Spanish
Grand Prix from Barcelona.
Since coming second to
Ayrton Senna in Monaco ten races ago, it has been clear that Nigel Mansell 's Williams is more than a match for
Senna's McLaren. But the Englishman's misfortune in Canada and Belgium means that the Brazilian comes to Barcelona as the favourite.
Commentary by Murray Walker and James Hunt. Producer Mark Wilkin
Executive producer Jim Reside

Contributors

Unknown: Ayrton Senna
Unknown: Nigel Mansell
Commentary By: Murray Walker
Commentary By: James Hunt.
Producer: Mark Wilkin
Producer: Jim Reside

: * Gardens of Stone

First showing on network television for the drama, starring James Caan
James Earl Jones
1968: while the war rages in Vietnam, Sergeant Clell
Hazard, a decorated veteran, is assigned to Fort Myer, Virginia, where his unit conducts military burials at
Arlington National Cemetery. As he and other old soldiers work out their frustrations in debates over the war, they are sent more and more flag-draped coffins. This elegant and subtle film from
Francis Coppola , director of Apocalypse Now, continues his observations on the war that tore America apart. James Caan was seen recently in the film Misery.
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 ● FILMS: pages 41-48

Contributors

Unknown: James Caan
Unknown: James Earl Jones
Unknown: Francis Coppola
Unknown: James Caan
Sergeant Clell Hazard: James Caan
Sergeant Major 'Goody' Nelson: James Earl Jones
Samantha Davis: Anjelica Huston
Jackie Willow: Db Sweeney
Captain Thomas: Dean Stockwell
Rachel Field: Mary Stuart Masterson
Slasher Williams: Dick Anthony Williams
Betty Rae: Lonette McKee
Lieutenant Webber: Sam Bottoms
Pete Deveber: Elias Koteas

: Jeanne's House

Jeanne runs a small hotel-restaurant in a country town. She is bullied by her mother and bored by her husband. Into this mundane world comes the new landlord of the property, a man used to having his own way. Suddenly Jeanne is torn between her wifely loyalties and a new lover. The solution is as outrageous as it is practical. This was the first major full-length feature from actress-turned-director Magali Clement. A French film with English subtitles.
● FILMS: pages 41-48
* Approximate time

Contributors

Director: Magali Clement.
Jeanne: Christine Boisson
Georges: Jean-Pierre Bisson
Pierre: Benoit Regent
Mother: Pascale Audret
Marie: Michelle Goddet
Martine: Marie Trintignant
Father: Jacques Richard
Marc: Maxime Leroux








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