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: Open University

6.40 The Universe Today 7.05 Maths: Complex Numbers 7.30 Markets and Hierarchies 7.55 Education: Takingthe Initiative
8.20 Spanish Modernisation
8.45 The Central Limit Theorem
9.10 Urban Development: the Phoenix Initiative 9.35 Lightfrom Semiconductors 10.00 Learning from the Box 10.25 Electronic
Materials 10.50 Work and Energy
11.15 Picturingthe Modem City
11.40 Sam's Story 12.05 The Quality Assistant 12.30 Driven Clean Away 12.55 Toulouse: Money and Power in Provincial
France 1.20 Open Communities
1.45 Biology Brain and Behaviour: Stress 2.10 Soap and Water2.35 Changing Children's Minds

: Angels with Dirty Faces

Classic gangster movie starring
James Cagney Pat O'Brien
Humphrey Bogart Ann Sheridan and the "Dead End Kids'.
"Rocky" Sullivan and Jerry Connolly are two boys growing up together in the slums of New York. However, they find themselves on opposite sides of the fence when one is sent to reform school and is turned into a hardened criminal, while the other becomes a Priest.
Director Michael Curtiz • FILMS: pages 31-36

Contributors

Unknown: James Cagney
Unknown: Pat O'Brien
Unknown: Humphrey Bogart
Unknown: Ann Sheridan
Unknown: Jerry Connolly
Director: Michael Curtiz
Rocky Sullivan: James Cagney
Jerry Connolly: Pat O'Brien
James Frazier: Humphrey Bogart
Laury Ferguson: Ann Sheridan
Soapy: Billy Halop
Swing: Bobby Jordan
Pasty: Gabriel Dell
Crab: Huntz Hall

: Cricket: Fifth Test

England v Pakistan
Live coverage of the rest of the afternoon's play in the fifth and final Test from the Oval.
Pakistan have only won once in the six Tests they have played at the Oval, in 1954, but that famous victory was Pakistan's first triumph against England and was achieved during their first tour to this country. Javed Miandad 's men will be keen to end their long wait for a second win at the ground. Commentary by Richie Benaud ,
Ray Illingworth , Geoffrey Boycott , Jack Bannister and Asif Iqbal. Introduced by Tony Lewis. Television presentation Mike Adley Executive producer Keith Mackenzie * STEREO

Contributors

Unknown: Javed Miandad
Commentary By: Richie Benaud
Commentary By: Ray Illingworth
Commentary By: Geoffrey Boycott
Commentary By: Jack Bannister
Commentary By: Asif Iqbal.
Introduced By: Tony Lewis.
Unknown: Mike Adley
Producer: Keith MacKenzie

: Personal Details

A series looking at identity in a changing world, compiled from programmes originally made for the Open University.
Heritage and Identity. The national landscape seems to represent the very essence of being English, expressing better than anything else the heart of national identity.
But what really lies behind the reassuring image of a tranquil and timeless English heritage? Stuart Hall and Patrick Wright visit Lulworth Castle in Dorset and Quarry Bank Cotton Mill outside Manchester to find evidence of the historic forces which shaped the countryside as it is today.
Series producers Sally Angel and Jeremy Cooper
0 INFORMATION: for more information about this series and the Open University, send an sae to [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Stuart Hall
Unknown: Patrick Wright
Unknown: Jeremy Cooper
Unknown: Walton Hall
Unknown: Milton Keynes

: News and Sport

With Chris Lowe.
Followed by Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Lowe.

: Columbus and the Age of Discovery

Documentary series on Christopher Columbus to mark the 500th anniversary of his landing in the Americas in 1492. The Columbian Exchange
Both the New World and the Old World have been changed beyond recognition by the animals and plants that
Columbus and his successors carried across the Atlantic.
The horse totally transformed the North American Indians' way of life; cattle created the cowboy culture in both North and South America; the South
American potato made possible a huge boom in Europe's population; and sugar brought both wealth and slavery to Cuba, Jamaica and other
Caribbean countries. Presented by Mauricio Obregon. Producer Graham Chedd 0STEREO
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Presented By: Mauricio Obregon.
Producer: Graham Chedd

: Hannah and Her Sisters

This Academy Award-winning study of relationships is the first of two films tonight concluding the Woody Allen season.
Starring Woody Allen Michael Caine
Mia Farrow
Everyone relies on Hannah's stability - but, as ever, her strength is to be sorely tested, not least by the actions of her husband Elliot, and her ex-husband the neurotic
Mickey. Through three
Thanksgivings, the intertwined tales of Hannah and her sisters, their lives and loves, family and friends, form a rich and deep portrait of human relationships.
Director Woody Allen
(The Purple Rose of Cairo at 10. 55pm) * TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 ● FILMS:pages 31-36

Contributors

Unknown: Woody Allen
Unknown: Woody Allen
Unknown: Michael Caine
Director: Woody Allen
Mickey Sachs: Woody Allen
Elliot: Michael Caine
Hannah: Mia Farrow
April: Carrie Fisher
Lee: Barbara Hershey
Frederick: Max Von Sydow
Holly: Dianne Wiest
Evan: Lloyd Nolan
Norma: Maureen Osullivan
Dusty: Daniel Stern
David: Sam Waterston
Mickey's ex-partner: Tony Roberts
Gail: Julie Kavner

: Video Diaries

The BFI Award-winning series, which gives cameras and training to people to record their own lives.
The Reluctant Mamoushka
Last year Edel O'Brien went to Russia as unpaid chaperone to nine Irish teenage girls beginning their first term at the Perm Ballet School. With no school lessons or activities set up for the girls, and virtually no contact with the Irish organisers, Edel's job soon becomes a nightmare of chaos and frustration. Struggling to look after the group, whose major preoccupations are
Russian boys and chocolate, she tries to combat their boredom and homesickness. Meanwhile, the ballet school seems totally unprepared for its western pupils and more interested in the money they are paying than their dancing abilities.
Edel's diary is a beautiful tribute to ballet, set against the struggle of the Russian people of Perm as communism comes to an end. As the first term draws to a close, she wonders if she can cope with the job. Series producer Bob Long
9 SUGGESTIONS: if you would like to make a video diary, write to Video Diaries, Community Programme Unit, BBCtv. Television Centre, London W 12 7RJ.

Contributors

Unknown: Edel O'Brien
Producer: Bob Long

: The Purple Rose of Cairo

The Woody Allen season concludes with this comic fantasy starring Mia Farrow
Jeff Daniels
Like millions of Americans in the Great Depression of the 1930s, Cecilia seeks escapism from the awful facts of life. Her regular refuge is the local cinema. But fantasy and reality blur when dashing Tom Baxter addresses her from the silver screen and a complicated comic romance blooms.
Director Woody Allen
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 0 FILMS: pages 31.36

Contributors

Unknown: Woody Allen
Unknown: Mia Farrow
Unknown: Jeff Daniels
Unknown: Tom Baxter
Director: Woody Allen
Cecilia: Mia Farrow
Tom Baxter: Jeff Daniels
Gil Shepard: Jeff Daniels
Monk: Danny Aiello
Cecilia's sister: Stephanie Farrow
Henry: Ed Herrmann
Jason: John Wood
Rita: Deborah Rush
Larry: Van Johnson
Countess: Zoe Caldwell
Fr Donnelly: Milo O'Shea
Emma: Dianne Wiest
RaoulHirsh: Alexander H Cohen

: Cricket: Fifth Test

Highlights of the third day. • STEREO








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