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: Open University

6.35 Maths Methods: Projectiles
7.00 Modem Art: Cubism 7.25 San Marco: A Dominican Priory
7.50 Technology: Periodic Tables
8.15 Animal Physiology: A Winter Sleep 8.40 The American Indian: Reality and Stereotype 9.05
Biology: Regulation and Control
9.30 Utilitarianism: Bernard
Williams 9.55 Elements Organised - The Periodic Table 10.20 The Chosen People 10.45 Public
Space Public Work 11.10 Banking, Money and Machines 11.35 The Effective Manager

: Around Westminster

Laurie Mayer presents the political review for the region. With reports from Jonathan Beale and Tim Donovan.
● REGIONAL PROGRAMME

Contributors

Unknown: Laurie Mayer
Unknown: Jonathan Beale
Unknown: Tim Donovan.

: Sunday Grandstand

Introduced by Bob Wilson. Provisional Timetable
12.35Touringcars
12.55 Golf; 1.55 Basketball
2.45 Horse trials; 4.00 Golf
Golf
Benson and Hedges
International Open from St Mellion. Highlights of yesterday's third round plus live coverage of today's final round. Commentary by Steve Rider , Peter Alliss , Bruce Critchley , Alex Hay ,
Clive Clark and Mike Hughesdon.
Badminton Horse Trials
Mitsubishi Motors Championship from Badminton. Highlights of yesterday's cross country, plus live coverage of today's show jumping. Commentary by Raymond Brooks-Ward , Michael Tucker and Lucinda Green.
Basketball
Carlsberg Basketball
Championships from Wembley Arena. Will Kingston successfully defend their title? Commentary by Stuart Storey and Bill Beswick.
Motor Racing
Esso British Touring Car
Championship from Oulton
Park - third round. John Cleland in a Vauxhall Cavalier is chasing a hat-trick of wins. Commentary by Murray Walker.
Football
Following yesterday's cup finals in England (if decided) and Scotland, the winners' triumphant return home. Producer Martin Hopkins Editor Dave Gordon

Contributors

Introduced By: Bob Wilson.
Commentary By: Steve Rider
Commentary By: Peter Alliss
Commentary By: Bruce Critchley
Commentary By: Alex Hay
Unknown: Clive Clark
Unknown: Mike Hughesdon.
Commentary By: Raymond Brooks-Ward
Commentary By: Michael Tucker
Commentary By: Lucinda Green.
Unknown: Wembley Arena.
Commentary By: Stuart Storey
Commentary By: Bill Beswick.
Unknown: John Cleland
Commentary By: Murray Walker.
Producer: Martin Hopkins
Editor: Dave Gordon

: ONE WORLD The Ed Case Showcase

The presenter from a parallel universe takes a look at earth and reckons that messing up your own doorstep reflects badly on the species as a whole. Series producer John Carlaw
A Hawkshead/IBT production forBBCtv

Contributors

Producer: John Carlaw

: ONE WORLD Rainbow Reports

A series of seven reports by young environmentalists from around the world. Tonight,
28-year-old Michael Guerrero tackles campaigns against environmental racism in the south west of the USA.
Producer David Jay
A Hawkshead/TVE Production for BBCtv

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Guerrero
Producer: David Jay

: The Money Programme

The charges against Lord Spens, defendent in the Guinness 2 trial, have been dropped, but his name has not been cleared.
Tessa Curtis reports on the debate about the investigation and prosecution of fraud provoked by the Guinness cases. Producer Mathew Barrett
Editor David Nissan
(Postponed from 3 May)

Contributors

Unknown: Tessa Curtis
Producer: Mathew Barrett
Editor: David Nissan

: Life on Earth

To celebrate 35 years of the BBC's Natural History Unit, a re-run of David Attenborough 's major series that form
The Life Trilogy, the story of life from the first primitive cells to the plants and animals that now live around us.
1: The Infinite Variety. The millions of different forms of life that exist today are as varied as apes and amoebae, mantids and monkeys, whelks and whales. David Attenborough starts a world journey looking at the incredible variety of living things, and fossils, which throw light on the ancestry of life.
Executive producer Christopher Parsons 0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 ● FEATURE: page 33
● EDITOR'S LETTER: page 97

Contributors

Unknown: David Attenborough
Unknown: David Attenborough
Producer: Christopher Parsons

: ONE WORLD TheMllagro BeanfleldWar

FILM
The first showing on network television for director Robert Redford 's film which features an Oscar-winning score from Dave Grusin. Starring Ruben Blades , Sonia Braga When a Chicano handyman from the Milagro Valley decides to irrigate his small beanfield by diverting some water from a vast leisure site, he sets off a chain reaction that erupts into a violent clash of values and cultures.
0 STEREO; TELETEXT SUBTITLES: p 888
● FILMS: pages 43-50

Contributors

Director: Robert Redford
Unknown: Dave Grusin.
Unknown: Ruben Blades
Unknown: Sonia Braga
Sheriff BernabeMontoya: Ruben Blades
Ruby Archuleta: Sonia Braga
Ladd Devine: Richard Bradford
Flossie Devine: Melanie Griffith
CharlieBloom: John Heard
Kyril Montana: Christopher Walken
Herbie Platt: Daniel Stern
Joe Mondragon: Chick Vennera
Nancy Mondragon: Julie Carmen
Horsethief Shorty: James Gammon
Amarante Cordova: Carlos Riquelme

: Edge of Darkness

Another chance to see
Troy Kennedy Martin 's definitive thriller of the 1980s, in five parts, starring
Bob Peck , Joe Don Baker Joanne Whalley
A moment's savagery on a rain-swept night presents detective Ronald Craven with his most harrowing case. This search for the killer of his daughter Emma becomes a heart-stopping journey to the heart of the nuclear secret state.
The programme's many awards for writing, production, acting, photography and editing included the Ivor Novello award for Eric Clapton 's hauntingly original music, and a Bafta Best Actor award for Bob Peck.
1: Compassionate Leave
(Part 2 and cast details on Wednesday at
9.25pm)
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown: Troy Kennedy Martin
Unknown: Bob Peck
Unknown: Joe Don Baker
Unknown: Joanne Whalley
Unknown: Ronald Craven
Unknown: Ivor Novello
Unknown: Eric Clapton
Unknown: Bob Peck.

: Badminton Horse Trials

Highlights from the three phases of this event, which should give the selectors a chance to assess form for the Olympic Games. Introduced by Raymond Brooks-Ward , with commentary by Michael Tucker and Lucinda Green.
● STEREO

Contributors

Introduced By: Raymond Brooks-Ward
Commentary By: Michael Tucker
Commentary By: Lucinda Green.








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