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: Open University

Planet Earth: a Scientific Model

: Westminster

Parliamentary news.

: Daytime on 2

9.00 Short Circuit: the Black Desert (Stereo)

9.10 Standard Grade Studies: The MP in Scotland

9.30 Ici Paris: Paris jeunesse (Stereo)

9.45 You and Me

10.00 Square 1: Data Handling (Stereo)

10.15 Over the Moon: Play and Games

10.30 History File: The Romans - Defending the Empire

10.50 Mathsphere: Oil over Troubled Water/Something Fishy (Stereo)

11.10 Landmarks: Wading in the Wash

11.30 Geography Programme: Tourists, tourists

11.50 Topics: The Way People Talk/Girls about Boys; Boys about Girls (Stereo)

12.10 Let's See: Go 4, 5

12.30 Science in Action: Burning Issues

12.50 Teaching Today: the Management of Pupil Behaviour - Making it Happen

1.20 Charlie Chalk

1.35 Rupert

1.40 Music Time: Machines (Stereo)

2.00 News and Weather
followed by You and Me

: Advice Shop

Programme for consumers of welfare and public services, with a report on the plight of young drug users and asks what help is available to them and their families.

: News; Weather

Followed by Westminster Live
Including Prime Minister's
Question Time. Introduced by Vivian White.

Contributors

Introduced By: Vivian White.

: News; Weather

and Regional News; Weather

: Snooker

Further coverage.

: Behind the Headlines

With Jeffrey Archer and Tony Banks , MP. ● STEREO

Contributors

Unknown: Jeffrey Archer
Unknown: Tony Banks

: Cricket: Third Test

New Zealand v England From Wellington. Peter
Williams introduces highlights of the first day's play in the final Test of this three-match series.

Contributors

Unknown: Wellington. Peter

: Food and Drink

● STEREO

: Gunfight at Comanche Creek

Western starring Audie Murphy Colorado, 1875: detective
Bob Gifford is assigned to infiltrate a gang of ruthless outlaws.
Director Frank McDonald • FILMS: pages 35-40

Contributors

Unknown: Bob Gifford
Director: Frank McDonald
Bob Gifford: Audie Murphy
Carter: Ben Cooper
Abbie Stevens: Coleen Miller
Troop: Deforrest Kelley
Nielson: Jan Merlin
Marshal Shearer: John Hubbard

: First Sight

Paradise Lost
Last summer, 87,000 extra students were admitted to higher education in the UK. Can the system cope?
Thousands of students will take to the streets next week to protest at what they claim is chronic overcrowding and lack of resources. Are they people under pressure, or a privileged minority who should climb down from their ivory tower? Michael Delahaye reports. Producer Halina Kierkuc
Executive producer Peter Lowe
● REGIONAL PROGRAMME: see panel

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Delahaye
Producer: Halina Kierkuc
Producer: Peter Lowe

: Redundant

Four programmes on the experience of redundancy.
2: John. It is now three years since John, a 43-year-old married man with children, was made redundant from his
£50,000-a-yearjob. He is now in enormous debt, struggling to accept that the good times may be gone for ever.
Producer Christopher Salt

: Perpetual Motion

Last in the series.
FX4 London Taxi. Cabbies have a love-hate relationship with this machine which has survived over 30 years, and now with a new Japanese engine is set to drive on into the next century. Narrated by Warren Clarke.
Producer Michael Davies
Series producer Peter Grimsdale
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown: Warren Clarke.
Producer: Michael Davies
Producer: Peter Grimsdale

: A Bit of Fry and Laurie

More comedy sketches written by and starring Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie.
With Carol Macready ,
Geoff McGivern , Rebecca Saire , Jana Shelden , Steve Steen , Jo Unwin and Richard Whitmore.
Director Kevin Bishop
Producers Kevin Bishop and Nick Symons "STEREO
* TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Fry
Unknown: Hugh Laurie.
Unknown: Carol MacReady
Unknown: Geoff McGivern
Unknown: Rebecca Saire
Unknown: Jana Shelden
Unknown: Steve Steen
Unknown: Jo Unwin
Unknown: Richard Whitmore.
Director: Kevin Bishop
Producers: Kevin Bishop
Producers: Nick Symons

: Fire In the Blood

Six stories from the new Spain. 2: Tempting Providence
Every year at Corpus Christi the villagers of Puenteareas carpet the streets with flowers. But this is Galicia, where Franco was born, and the festivities cannot hide the tension between traditional values and modern liberalism.
Since the dictator's death in 197 5 there has been a new freedom for Spain, but conservative critics are appalled at the result.
Presented by Ian Gibson. Producer Clem Vallance
Series producer Alan Bookbinder
● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Presented By: Ian Gibson.
Producer: Clem Vallance
Producer: Alan Bookbinder

: Talking to Myself

Do-it-yourself interviews.
Tonight, Roger Cooper , who spent six years in an Iranian prison on espionage charges. Producer Michael Davies
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown: Roger Cooper
Producer: Michael Davies

: Newsnight

With Peter Snow.

: The Late Show

● STEREO

: Weathervlew

: Open University

Ottoman Supremacy: the Suleimaniye, Istanbul

: Behind the Headlines

● STEREO








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