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: Open University

Dinner at Baron d'Holbach's

: Westminster

Parliamentary update.

: Under Sail

Life aboard a barque.

: A Week to Remember

The Pathe News of 1952.

: Daytime on 2

Programmes for young people - some may not be suitable for the very young, though the 9.45am and 2.00pm slots are for pre-school children. Repeats are not separately indicated.
9.00 Great Experiments: Bright Sparks and LongWaves 9.25 Mathspy: To Make the Pattern Fit/1 Across, 1 Down 9.45
Storytime: The Very Worst Monster
10.00 Mathsworks: Perimeterand Area 10.18 Music Time:
Pentatonic (Stereo; 10.40 A-level Economics: Public Concern 11.00 Zig Zag: Gardens and Growth - Flowers 11.20 La Maree et ses Secrets - a five-part series in French 11.35 Sports Science: The Energy Machine 11.55 Geography Case Book: After Metal Bashing
12.15 A-level German: Gabriele Stiegler 12.35 Lifeschool:
Zimbabwe - People of Stone 1.00 A-level Biology: Mechanisms of Change 1.20 Fingermouse 1.35 KingGreenfingers (Stereo) 1.40 Landmarks: Transport - On the Canal 2.00 News and Weather followed by Storytime

Contributors

Unknown: Gabriele Stiegler

: First 11

Dali's painting 12th Man.

: News; Weather Praise Be!

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: A Week to Remember

(Shownat8.50am)

: I Know Where I'm Going

Romantic comedy starring Wendy Hiller
A headstrong girl meets a young laird en route to her wedding. With Roger Livesey. Written, produced and directed by Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger (Black and white;
● FILMS: pages 43-50

Contributors

Unknown: Wendy Hiller
Unknown: Roger Livesey.
Directed By: Michael Powell

: Film 92 with Barry Norman

Including a review of the controversial Basic Instinct. ● STEREO

: The Addams Family

Wednesday packs her spider and runs away.
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: DEFII Dance Energy House Party

I Return of the hit music I show in a new format featuring house, indie and pop. This week: EMF, the Soup Dragons and Bassheads.
Presented by Normski with a guest appearance by Wimbledon footballer John Fashanu. Studio director Mike Adams
Series producer Jaswinder Bancil
7.00pm Yearbook
A five-part documentary series about a year in the life of a typical American high school.
Filmed at Glenbard West High, Chicago, Yearbook was described as the real-life version of the school drama
Beverly Hills, 9021 Owhen it was shown in the US last year. Magic Moment. A look at the high school tradition of Homecoming, including the surprise nomination of the school activist to the Homecoming Court. This programme also examines the frustrations faced by a teenage couple about to become parents. ● DOCUMENTARY: page 9

Contributors

Unknown: John Fashanu.
Director: Mike Adams
Producer: Jaswinder Bancil

: Open Space

The series in which the public make programmes under their own editorial control.
Your Furniture, Their Lives Britain is one of the biggest importers of Brazilian timber, but in this film, author and environmentalist George Monbiot reveals how consumers in this country may unwittingly be responsible for destroying the rainforest and the lives of the Brazilian Indians.
Producer Gerry Pomeroy
Executive producer Giles Oakley
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Contributors

Unknown: George Monbiot
Producer: Gerry Pomeroy
Producer: Giles Oakley

: Horizon

Taking the Credit
On 23 April 1984
Dr Robert Gallo celebrated the discovery of the virus that causes Aids with these words:"Today we add another miracle to the honour roll of American science". But then a little known group of French scientists claimed that they had discovered it first. They hired a hot shot New York lawyer and, eight years later, the story looks very different. Producer James Burge Editor Jana Bennett
A Box production for BBCtv
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Contributors

Unknown: Dr Robert Gallo
Producer: James Burge
Editor: Jana Bennett

: Resting Place

First showing on network television.
Starring John Lithgow
Morgan Freeman Georgia 1972: a routine assignment for a US Army Survival Assistance Officer turns into an investigation of the mysterious death of a young black soldier in Vietnam.
Director John Korty
● FILMS: pages 43-50

Contributors

Unknown: John Lithgow
Unknown: Morgan Freeman
Director: John Korty
Major Kendall Laird: John Lithgow
Luther Johnson: Morgan Freeman
General Hauer: Richard Bradford
Ada johnson: Cch Pounder
Sam jennings: Gd Spradlin

: Newsnight

With Peter Snow.

Contributors

Presenter: Peter Snow

: The Late Show

Arts and media magazine. Editor Janice Hadlow ● STEREO

: Weathervlew

: Open University

The American Indian








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