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: Open University

Structural Components.

: Westminster

: Under Sail

Follows German Navy cadets.

: A Week to Remember

Pathe News of 1952. A Griffin production for BBCtv (B/w. Repeated at 3.40pm)

: Grand Prix

: Tarzan and the Lost Safari

Tarzan (Gordon Scott) leads a group of plane crash survivors to safety. Director Bruce Humberstone 0 FILMS: pages 51-60

Contributors

Director: Bruce Humberstone

: Madam Satan

Network TV premiere. Musical in which a socialite tries to win her husband back from a showgirl. Director Cecil B DeMille (B/w) 0 FILMS: pages 51-60

Contributors

Director: Cecil B Demille

: First Eleven

Picasso's "Blue Period."

: After Hours

US entertainment show.

: Greenclaws

Animation for children.

: Discovering Portuguese

First in a six-part series.
Who are the Portuguese?

: News; Weather Followed by The Real Food of China

A chef who dives for seafood.

: News; Weather Followed by Titchmarsh on Song

●STEREO; TELETEXT SUBTITLES: p 888

: News; Weather

and Regional News; Weather

: Ringo and His Golden Pistol

Network TV premiere. A bounty-hunter's enemy seeks revenge. Director Sergio Corbucci ●FILMS: pages 5 1-60

Contributors

Director: Sergio Corbucci

: A Day in the Life of...

A police river patrol.

: Charged with Murder

The story of two Midlands families thrown together by a tragedy, and their subsequent disillusionment with British justice. Producer Rosalind Gower

Contributors

Producer: Rosalind Gower

: Go for a Take

Comedy starring Reg Vamey
Norman Rossington
Wilfred and Jack are on the run from a gambling debt when they find the perfect hiding place - a film studio. They plan to solve their money problems, but a rival gang has the same idea. With Sue Lloyd, Dennis Price, Julie Ege , Patrick Newell , David Lodge and Anouska Hempel. Director Harry Booth
9 FILMS: pages 51-60

Contributors

Unknown: Reg Vamey
Unknown: Norman Rossington
Unknown: Julie Ege
Unknown: Patrick Newell
Unknown: David Lodge
Unknown: Anouska Hempel.

: DEF II Michael Jackson - Live on Tour

Live concert footage from the first night of Michael Jackson 's new Dangerous world tour, including some private moments behind the scenes; plus a world exclusive showing of the video for his next UK single Who Is It? and some never-seen-before outtakes from his most recent videos.
Presented by Normski. Director Mike Adams ProducerTim Byrne
●MUSIC AND ARTS: page 13

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Jackson
Director: Mike Adams

: Antenna

Personal views on science, medicine and technology.
New Genes for Old. Professor
Bob Williamson and his team of British scientists are exploring gene therapy, a technique which is destined to become the next revolution in medicine.
They are competing with the Americans to find out how genes can be manipulated safely to treat those born with cystic fibrosis. Producer Fiona Holmes
Series editor Caroline van den Brul
●STEREO; TELETEXT SUBTITLES: p 888

Contributors

Unknown: Bob Williamson
Producer: Fiona Holmes
Editor: Caroline van Den Brul

: For Love of a Child

First showing on network television of this drama about two families who are best friends, neighbours and business partners. Tragedy strikes when the young son of one family drowns in the other family's swimming pool. With Michael Tucker ,
Kevin Dobson , Belinda Montgomery , Karen Austin, Olivia Burnette ,
Staci Keanan , Lisa Dean Ryan and Bradley Michael Pierce. Director Kevin James Dobson
●TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 ●FILMS: pages 51-60

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Tucker
Unknown: Kevin Dobson
Unknown: Belinda Montgomery
Unknown: Olivia Burnette
Unknown: Staci Keanan
Unknown: Lisa Dean Ryan
Unknown: Bradley Michael Pierce.
Director: Kevin James Dobson

: The Real McCoy

The sketch show featuring the best and brightest from the black comedy scene. With
Curtis and Ishmael, Llewella Gideon and Collette Johnson. Director Terry Jervis
Producer Charlie Hanson ●STEREO

Contributors

Unknown: Llewella Gideon
Unknown: Collette Johnson.
Director: Terry Jervis
Producer: Charlie Hanson

: Newsnight

Presented by Francine Stock.

Contributors

Presented By: Francine Stock.

: Siskel and Ebert

American critics Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert discuss and disagree about more films, including Patriot Games, Class Act and Monster in a Box.

Contributors

Unknown: Gene Siskel
Unknown: Roger Ebert

: Small Objects of Desire

Return of the five-part series about the extraordinary history of everyday objects.
The Tampon. A story of commercial zeal versus church, state and medical ignorance. Producer Kate Broome
Series producer Peter Grimsdale ●STEREO

Contributors

Producer: Kate Broome
Producer: Peter Grimsdale

: Weathervlew

: Open University

Body in White - the setting up of a database to help the car industry produce a white metal car body shell.

: BBC Select

The Way Ahead: Disability Working Allowance
Another chance to record the programme about the benefit for disabled people working 16 hours or more in a week.
0 BOOKLET: available free from The Way Ahead. PO Box 7. London W36XJ.








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