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: Open University

6.35 The Modelling Game 7.00 Modern Art 7.25 Personnel
Selection 7.50 Scenesfrom "Dr
Faustus" by Marlowe 8.15 Physical Chemistry 8.40 A Question of Resource 9.05
Breaths of Life 9.30 Victorian Ways of Death 9.55 Energy and Rockets
10.20 Pride and Prejudice 10.45 Rich Mathematical Activities
(Teletext) 11.10 What's in Store
11.35 British Car Transplants

: News

Followed by Out of Westminster Parliament and the wider political scene.

: Around Westminster

Laurie Mayer presents the political review for the region. Reports from Jonathan Beale and Tim Donovan. EditorVincent Dowd
0 REGIONAL PROGRAMME

Contributors

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

: Sunday Grandstand

Introduced by Steve Rider from Wentworth.
Provisional Timetable
12.35 Gymnastics
1.25 Motor cycling
1.55 Water ski-ing
2.15Motor cycling
2.35 Water ski-ing
2.55 Motorcycling
3.15 Golf; 5.20 Motorcycling
5.45 Gymnastics
Golf
Volvo PGA Championship, from Wentworth. The third round with the top names from the European tour in action. Commentary by Peter Alliss , Bruce Critchley , Alex Hay ,
Clive Clark and Mike Hughesdon.
Water Ski-ing
Carlsberg European Masters, from Kirton's Farm, Berkshire. Commentary by Hazel Irvine and Alan Goggin.
Gymnastics
Women's European
Championships, from Nantes. Commentary by Barry Davies and Mitch Fenner.
Motor Cycling
Motor Cycle News Supercup, from Donington Park. The first round of the battle to find the British champions.
Commentary by Barry Nutley and Roger Burnett. Producer Martin Hopkins Editor Dave Gordon

Contributors

Introduced By: Steve Rider
Commentary By: Peter Alliss
Commentary By: Bruce Critchley
Commentary By: Alex Hay
Commentary By: Clive Clark
Commentary By: Mike Hughesdon.
Commentary By: Hazel Irvine
Commentary By: Alan Goggin.
Commentary By: Barry Davies
Commentary By: Mitch Fenner.
Unknown: Donington Park.
Commentary By: Barry Nutley
Unknown: Roger Burnett.
Producer: Martin Hopkins
Editor: Dave Gordon

: ONE WORLD The Ed Case Showcase

Radio Times readers' pledges provide a growing challenge to the world's leaders to stop talking and do something. Producer John Carlaw
A Hawkshead/iBT production for BBCtv 0 PLEDGE COUPON: page 9

Contributors

Producer: John Carlaw

: ONE WORLD Rainbow Reports

Last in series in which young environmentalists report from around the world.
Vanita Gammit from India looks at health care provision for tribal peoples in Gujarat. Producer David Jay
A Hawkshead/TVE production for BBCtv

Contributors

Unknown: Vanita Gammit
Producer: David Jay

: The Money Programme

Maastricht Moves
How seriously does the turmoil in the German economy affect the arguments for the deal on economic and monetary union? Producer Barbara Want
Editor David Nissan

Contributors

Editor: David Nissan

: Life on Earth

Re-run of David Attenborough 's series forming The Life Trilogy. 3: The First Forests. How the plants and animals coped with the problems of life on land.
Executive producer Christopher Parsons ● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page888
●BBC WILDLIFE MAGAZINE: June issue, including special Life on Earth features, on sale Wednesday. £1.7 from newsagents.

Contributors

Unknown: David Attenborough

: Artists'Journeys

First of six films, part of the Commissions and Collaborations season, in which a contemporary artist returns to the places which influenced a chosen artist from the past. Arikha on Velazquez. Israeli still-life and portrait painter Avigdor Arikha is a passionate believer in art drawn from direct observation - "from life". From his Paris home he travels to Spain to rediscover one of the world's greatest paintings, LasMeninas, by the 17th-century Spanish court painter Diego Velazquez. Executive producer
Keith Alexander says of the series: "Many people think that modern art has no roots whatever, but in this series distinguished contemporary artists assess some of the great names of the past who have influenced and inspired them." Producer Patricia Wheatley
Music and Arts: page 144

Contributors

Subject: Arikhaon Velazquez
Presenter: Avigdor Arikha
Executive producer: Keith Alexander
Producer: Patricia Wheatley

: Cross Channel

A dance film specially created as part of the Commissions and Collaborations season by choreographer Lea Anderson for her two dance companies, the all-male Featherstonehaughs (pronounced Fanshaws) and the all-female Cholmondeleys (pronounced Chumlies).
As two groups of holiday-makers, they set off for Dover and a trip across the Channel to Calais.
Shot entirely on location, the film includes formation insect-swatting, a manic harbour-side baggage dance and some serious synchronised sunbathing. Director Margaret Williams
An MJW production for BBCtv
(Dance House starts Tuesday 8.25pm) ● STEREO

Contributors

Unknown: Lea Anderson
Director: Margaret Williams

: Moviedrome

Alex Cox returns to present another season of films with a cult following.
Mad Max 2
First showing on network television for
George Miller 's science-fiction adventure, starring Mel Gibson
In the aftermath of a third world war, Max Rockatansky , former cop and now an embittered road warrior, is caught up in the battle for the control of precious petrol.
* TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 ● FEATURE: page 44
11.00 pm F for Fake
Orson Welles 's witty sleight-of-hand
"documentary" on the art of forgery and fakers. Featuring
Elmyr de Hory and Clifford Irving. ●TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 ● FILMS: pages 49-56
Moviedrome producer Nick Freand Jones

Contributors

Unknown: Alex Cox
Unknown: George Miller
Unknown: Mel Gibson
Unknown: Max Rockatansky
Unknown: Orson Welles
Unknown: Elmyr de Hory
Unknown: Clifford Irving.
Producer: Nick Freand Jones
Max: Rockatansky Melgibson
GyroCaptain: Bruce Spence
Wez: Vernon Wells
Feral Kid: Emil Minty

: Dance Energy House Party

Dance music with Normski.
● STEREO








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