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: Open University

Technology: Marketingthe Micro

: Westminster

: Reviving Antiques

How to clean old silver. * TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

: Daytime on 2

9.05 Child Slaves: The Moral Factor 9.30 La Maree et ses
Secrets: Une Ombre du Passe 9.45 You and Me: Don't Touch 10.00 Movable Feasts: Equal Rights
10.15 Landmarks: Treasures of the Landscape - The Gateway to the North (with subtitles) 10.35
Q and A - a series inviting viewers' reactions to BBC schools programmes 10.40 Update
Europe: A Long Way from Home
11.00 Words and Pictures: Winnie, the Witch 11.15 Good Sport:
RunningJump 11.35Teaching
Today: Infant Core Curriculum - I've Written a Letter 12.05 Links: Is the Price Right? 12.30 Lifeschool: Zimbabwe- PeopleofStone
12.55 Take Nobody's Word for It
1.20 Johnson and Friends (Stereo)
1.30 Spider (Stereo) 1.35 King
Greenfingers (Stereo) 1.40ZigZag: Gardens and Growth - Flowers
2.00 News and Weatherfollowed by You and Me

: In the Making

The art of a tapestry maker.

: CountryFile

The state of rural railways.

: News; Weather

Followed by Westminster Live

: Made by Man

The jukebox restorer.

: Horizon


: Lonely Are the Brave

Western starring Kirk Douglas
Jack Burns is an old-fashioned cowboy and to him, laws are made to be broken. So when he gets thrown in jail, the lone cowboy makes a bid for freedom.
With Michael Kane. Carrol
O'Connor, William Schallert , Karl Swenson and George Kennedy. Director David Miller ● FILMS: pages 43-50


Unknown: Kirk Douglas
Unknown: Jack Burns
Unknown: Michael Kane.
Unknown: William Schallert
Unknown: Karl Swenson
Unknown: George Kennedy.
Director: David Miller
Jack Burns: Kirk Douglas
Jerri Bondi: Gena Rowlands
Sheriff Johnson: Walter Matthau

: DEF II Rough Guide to the World's Journeys

An update on last year's series. HongKongand Taiwan
Magenta de Vine and Sankha Guha travel across the island of Taiwan where national identity is the hot issue, karaoke is taken to new heights, people fish for shrimps in their lunch break and where going to the barber's has an entirely different meaning. From there they travel to the consumer paradise of Hong Kong. Producer Jane Beckwith
Editor Rachel Purnell (Revised rpt)
0 BBC HOLIDAYS MAGAZINE: £ 1.40 from newsagents.


Unknown: Sankha Guha
Producer: Jane Beckwith
Editor: Rachel Purnell

: Artrageous

Arts magazine programme visiting various unexpected locations around the country. This week's show comes from
Glasgow and Mayfest - one of the largest international arts festivals in the world. From nearby Edinburgh, a young writer, Duncan McLean , talks about the inspiration behind his stories, plus a look at the work of Philippe Decoufle , who choreographed the innovative promos for New Order and Fine Young Cannibals, and a comic appreciation of concrete.
Presented by Jason Rebello. Producer Lindsay Shapero * STEREO


Talks: Duncan McLean
Unknown: Philippe Decoufle
Presented By: Jason Rebello.
Producer: Lindsay Shapero

: The Buried Mirror

Documentary series reflecting on Spain and the New World. The Price of Freedom. This week, novelist Carlos Fuentes examines the causes and course of the revolutions for independence in Spanish America. He starts by exploring the problems of the new republics in the 19th century and their relations to the old Spanish regime. Looking at key figures of the time, he evaluates their impact on history, and also follows events leading up to the Mexican Revolution. Director Christopher Railing Series producer Michael Gill ● STEREO


Unknown: Carlos Fuentes
Unknown: Spanish America.
Producer: Michael Gill

: M*A*S*H

Picture This. Colonel Potter decides to paint a picture of the crew as a birthday present for Mildred. But getting them to pose together is not easy.

: Edge of Darkness

2: Burden of Proof. Craven's doubts about the motive for the killing become certainties. Can he convince his colleagues they're making the wrong connections?
Producer Michael Wearing
Director Martin Campbell (Part 3 next Wednesday)


Producer: Michael Wearing
Director: Martin Campbell
Ronald Craven: Bob Peck
Darius jedburgh: Joe Don Baker
Emma Craven: Joanne Whalley
James Godbolt: Jack Watson
Pendleton: Charles Kay
Harcourt: Ian McNeice
Terry Shields: Tim McInnerny
Ross: John Woodvine
Jones: David Fleeshman
Elliott: Randal Herley
Dingle: Bill Stewart
Elham: Paul Humpoletz
Rt Hon Michael Meacher, MR: Himself

: Commissions and Collaborations

A look ahead to the new season of arts programmes starting next Saturday featuring new work by British artists specially commissioned by BBC2.

: 10x10

The showcase for short films by new film-makers returns.
Slugs and Snails. Of Britain's 4,000-odd beauty parlours, only one is exclusively for men. This offbeat documentary eavesdrops on three women in an all-female salon as they candidly discuss what delights and disgusts them about men, masculinity and male hygiene. Series producer Colin Rose Director Susan Brand


Producer: Colin Rose
Director: Susan Brand

: Newsnight

Presented by Jeremy Paxman.


Presented By: Jeremy Paxman.

: The Late Show

Arts and media magazine. ● STEREO

: Weathervlew

: Open University

From Public to Private - the impact of the transfer of ownership.

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