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: Open University

The Necessity for History

: Westminster

Parliamentary update.

: Daytime on 2

9.00 France Francais: Repetons

9.15 Teaching Today: Christianity in Today's World

9.45 Watch: Exploring and Adventure

10.00 Look and Read: Sky Hunter - The Welsh Telegram

10.20 Around Scotland: Creating an Image

10.40 Into Music: Using the Voice (Stereo)

11.00 Diez Temas: Deportes

11.15 English Express: Who-Me? - Splitting Up

11.35 TV6: Framing the Famine

12.00 English File: Liz Lochhead

12.30 Scene: Together Forever

1.00 Short Circuit: Big Bang (Stereo)

1.20 Greenclaws

1.35 Rupert

1.40 English Time: Puppy Love

2.00 News and Weather
followed by Words and Pictures: Carry Go Bring Come

Contributors

Presenter/poet (English File): Liz Lochhead

: Weekend Outlook

Open University preview.

: Sport on Friday

With Helen Rollason.
Olympics 92
Coverage of the 120m ski-jumping team event with Austria and Finland the favourites. Also the final day of the luge, with the doubles medals at stake, and the first relay event - the women's 3 x 7.5km biathlon.
Plus ice hockey with the United Team v France.
Including at
3.00pm News; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Helen Rollason.

: News; Weather

and Regional News; Weather

: Catchword

Word game with Paul Coia. • STEREO

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Coia.

: Wildlife Gems

How animals carry their young.

: Special Children

Special Project
How youngsters with severe learning difficulties and profound disabilities are being found new homes with families in Birmingham.

: Growing Places

Geoffrey Smith visits outstanding gardens in the north of England.

Contributors

Unknown: Geoffrey Smith

: The Clothes Show

• STEREO

: Olympics Today

The crucial action from day seven of the Olympic Winter
Games from Albertville. Today four Olympic titles were decided - the women's 1,000m speed-skating, the ski-jumping team title, the luge doubles and the women's biathlon relay. Plus a review of last night's men's figure skating and a first look at the Duchesnays in the ice dancing. Introduced by Desmond Lynam.

Contributors

Introduced By: Desmond Lynam.

: Doctor Who: The Mind Robber: 3

A five-part classic sci-fi tale from 1968, starring Patrick Troughton and featuring Emrys Jones, Bernard Horsfall, Fraser Hines, Wendy Padbury.

The Doctor and his companions find themselves in a forest populated by a sinister 18th-century stranger and mechanical soldiers.
Episode written by Peter Ling

Contributors

Writer: Peter Ling
Producer: Peter Bryant
Director: David Maloney
Doctor Who: Patrick Troughton
[Actor]: Emrys Jones
[Actor]: Bernard Horsfall
[Actor]: Fraser Hines
[Actor]: Wendy Padbury

: Public Eye

Acquaintance Rape - Hidden from View, Hidden from Justice? A woman's fear of rape centres around the possibility of being attacked by a stranger. The reality is that women are far more likely to be raped by someone they know - a boyfriend or even their boss at work. As many as one in nine women could have been raped by such acquaintances. Jenny Cuffe reveals the findings of a major study of rape in Britain and asks: can the present laws deliver justice for those who have been attacked?
Producer Lesley Bonner Editor Nigel Chapman

Contributors

Unknown: Jenny Cuffe
Producer: Lesley Bonner
Editor: Nigel Chapman

: Old Garden, New Gardener

In the last programme in the series, Geoff Hamilton and Gay Search offer advice on trees.
Producer Mark Kershaw
Executive producer Tony Laryea
A Catalyst Television production for BBCtv
* TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 • GARDENING: page 14

Contributors

Unknown: Geoff Hamilton
Producer: Mark Kershaw
Producer: Tony Laryea

: Victoria Wood - as Seen on TV

Re-run of Victoria Wood's first comedy series from 1985.
With Julie Walters, Celia Imrie, Duncan Preston, Susie Blake, Rosie Collins, Kenny Ireland. Director/Producer Geoff Posner
BBC VIDEO: £10.99, from retailers,

Contributors

Unknown: Julie Walters
Unknown: Celia Imrie
Unknown: Duncan Preston
Unknown: Susie Blake
Unknown: Rosie Collins
Unknown: Kenny Ireland.
Producer: Geoff Posner

: Arena

On 14 February 1989 Salman Rushdie was sentenced to death by the Ayatollah Khomeini. Tonight, on the third anniversary of the fatwa, a gathering of international writers and artists re-asserts the surpassing value of freedom of expression.

: Newsnight

With Peter Snow.

: What the Papers Say

A look at the week's press. A Granada production for BBCtv

: Scrutiny

Ian MacWhirter reports on the Parliamentary committees. Editor Geoffrey Sumner

Contributors

Unknown: Ian MacWhirter
Editor: Geoffrey Sumner

: Weatherview

: The House of Bernarda Alba

First showing on network television. On the death of her husband,
Bernarda Alba condemns her five unmarried daughters to eight years of confined mourning. Only the eldest may speak to a man, her fiance, through a barred window at night. Her younger sisters resort to subterfuge. Federico Garcia Lorca 's drama of repressed passions was a big success on the West End stage. In Spanish with English subtitles. Director Mario Camus 0 FILMS: pages 33-38

Contributors

Unknown: Federico Garcia Lorca
Director: Mario Camus








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