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: Open University

6.45 Art: The Leathart Collection
7.10 Education: Stowe and Stantonbury

: Westminster

Parliamentary update.

: Sounds Like Strad

A look at some West Country stringed instrument makers whose life style reflects the fascination of their craft.

: Favourite Things

Historian and mystery writer Lady Antonia Fraser in conversation with the late
Roy Plomley.

Contributors

Unknown: Lady Antonia Fraser
Unknown: Roy Plomley.

: Tarzan's Revenge

Adventure starring Glenn Morris
Eleanor Holm
On safari to capture some rare animals, Eleanor and her fiance discover one species reluctant to belong to anybody - Tarzan. But when an African prince with an Oxford education makes overtures to Eleanor, she looks to Tarzan for help.
Director D Ross Lederman (B/w) 0 FILMS: pages 51-60

Contributors

Unknown: Glenn Morris
Unknown: Eleanor Holm
Director: D Ross Lederman
Tarzan: Glenn Morris
Eleanor: Eleanor Holm
Roger: George Barbier
Ben Allen Bey: C Henry Gordon
Penny: Hedda Hopper
Nevin: George Meeker
Jigger: Corbet Morris

: Made by Man

Organ Builders. Organ makers make music of their art.

: Golf: the Open

Thesecondroundofthel21st
Open Golf Championship from Muirfield, East Lothian.
Introduced by Steve Rider. ● STEREO

Contributors

Introduced By: Steve Rider.

: Postman Pat

Animation for children.

: Weekend Outlook

Open University preview.

: Golf: the Open

Further coverage. Including at
2.00pm and 3.00pm News and Weather
3.50pm News; Weather and Regional News; Weather

: First Night of the Proms

Verdi's Requiem
Live from London's Royal Albert Hall , the opening concert in the 98th season of Henry Wood Promenade
Concerts. Almost 400 singers and players throng the stage to perform this mighty work. The line-up of international soloists - all of them making their
Proms debut - is headed by the young American soprano Susan Dunn , already a leading Verdi exponent. The performance takes place in the presence of the Princess of Wales.
The BBC Symphony
Orchestra's Chief Conductor
Andrew Davis says: "The opening concert of the Proms has always been, for me, one of the most exhilarating musical events of the year. The Royal
Albert Hall seems to be purring with pride as it prepares to host the most wide-ranging festival of music in the world. And what better way to begin than with the Verdi Requiem which, with its combination of dramatic power and spiritual vision, constitutes his crowning achievement."
With Marjana Lipovsek
(mezzo-soprano), Vinson Cole (tenor) and Paul Plishka (bass), BBC Singers,
London Symphony Chorus, BBC Symphony Chorus and Orchestra.
Introduced by Richard Baker. Director Rodney Greenberg
* SIMULTANEOUS BROADCAST: Radio
● STEREO
9 BOOKLET: Proms Prospectus, price £3.00. available from booksellers • EDITORS LETTER: page 109
● GREAT SUMMER OF MUSIC SPECIAL: pages 19-31

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Hall
Soprano: Susan Dunn
Conductor: Andrew Davis
Unknown: Albert Hall
Bass: Paul Plishka
Introduced By: Richard Baker.
Director: Rodney Greenberg

: * A Question of Attribution

Another chance to see this BBC film, winner of the Bafta Award for Best Single Drama of 1991, being shown as part of the Alan Bennett season. Starring James Fox
Prunella Scales
Director John Schlesinger and producer Innes Lloyd teamed up with Alan Bennett for the last time on this adaptation of his successful National Theatre play. A witty examination of the thesis that appearances can be deceptive, it centres on a chance encounter between
Anthony Blunt , Surveyor of the Queen's Pictures and the "fourth man" in the Cambridge spy ring, and Her Majesty the Queen.
( Starting next Sunday: another chance to see Alan Bennett 's Talking Heads) • TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Bennett
Unknown: James Fox
Unknown: Prunella Scales
Director: John Schlesinger
Producer: Innes Lloyd
Unknown: Alan Bennett
Unknown: Anthony Blunt
Unknown: Alan Bennett
Sir Anthony Blunt: James Fox
HM the Queen: Prunella Scales
Chubb: David Calder
Donleavy: Geoffrey Palmer
Restorer: John Carter
Phillips: Mark Payton
Colin: Jason Flemyng
Blunt's secretary: Anne Jameson
Collins: Edward de Souza

: * Newsnight

With Sue Cameron.

: * What the Papers Say

A review of the week's press. Producer Brian Armstrong
A Granada production for BBCtv

Contributors

Producer: Brian Armstrong

: * Scrutiny

Report from Parliament. Editor Geoffrey Sumner

Contributors

Editor: Geoffrey Sumner

: * Weatherview

: Sur

First showing on network television for Fernando Solanas's acclaimed film, which ends the Discovering Latin America season.
Starring Miguel Angel Sola

Exile and homecoming are the themes of this haunting film: its rich visual imagery and striking soundtrack won Solanas the Best Director award at the 1988 Cannes Film Festival. He was later shot and wounded by reactionaries after a disagreement with Argentina's President Menem. Floreal has served five years in prison for subversion. On his release he tries to come to terms with his wife's infidelity and the lost years. Partly in Spanish with English subtitles.
Films: pages 51-60
* Approximate time

Contributors

Unknown: Fernando Solanas
Unknown: Miguel Angel Sola








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