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: Open University

6.40 The Mariner9 Code 7.05 Maths: Modelling Cranes 7.30 Geology: the Capitan Reef 7.55 Images: Viewing with Electrons
8.20 Flevoland Polders 8.45
NSAT - Implications for a Nation
9.10 Head Start: Children of the Dream 9.35 The Education Reform Act 10.00 TestingTeachers 10.25 Survival in a Competitive
Environment 10.50 The Flight of the Eagle 11. 15 Basque
Nationalism and the Spanish State
11.40 A New Breed 12.05 Mining for Science 12.30 Education: the Bennett Report 12.55 Managingin Organisations 1.20 Race,
Education and Society 1.45 The
Successful Seven 2.10 Horses for Courses: an Evolutionary Radiation
2.35 Women's Studies: Outside In

: Gaslight

Shown as a tribute to Ingrid Bergman who died ten years ago today, the film which won her the first of her two Oscars. Also starring Charles Boyer Joseph Cotton
A ravishing young bride returns to live in the house where her aunt was murdered.
Under the influence of this mysterious atmosphere and her husband's sinister behaviour she begins to doubt her sanity.
Director George Cukor (On August Bank Holiday, Intermezzo is at 9.50am and For Whom the Bell Tolls at 11.00am)
● FILMS: pages 33-40


Unknown: Ingrid Bergman
Unknown: Charles Boyer
Unknown: Joseph Cotton
Director: George Cukor
Paula Alguist: Ingrid Bergman
Gregory Anton: Charles Boyer
Brian Cameron: Joseph Cotten
Miss Thwaites: Dame May Whitty
Nancy: Angela Lansbury
Elizabeth: Barbara Everest
Maestro Guardi: Emil Rameau
General Huddleston: Edmund Breon
MrMufflin: Halliwell Hobbes
Budge: Eustace Wyatt
Williams: Tom Stevenson
Lady Dalroy: Heather Thatcher
Lord Dalroy: Lawrence Grossmith
Wilkins: Charles McNaughton
Miss Pritchard: Joy Harrington

: Golf

The English Open from the Belfry, Warwickshire.
Further coverage of the closing stages of the second round.
Severiano Ballesteros was joint third in 1991 and is among the leading contenders at the course where Mark James recorded back-to-back English Open victories in 1989-90. Introduced by Steve Rider. Executive producer John Shrewsbury


Unknown: Severiano Ballesteros
Unknown: Mark James
Introduced By: Steve Rider.
Producer: John Shrewsbury

: The Bottom Line

A Late Show special, featuring American singer/songwriters Nanci Griffith , Rosanne Cash and Mary-Chapin Carpenter in an acoustic performance at New York's Bottom Line club.


Songwriters: Nanci Griffith
Songwriters: Rosanne Cash
Songwriters: Mary-Chapin Carpenter

: Personal Details

A series which looks at identity in a changing world.
Motherhood, Work and Identity Working mothers reveal the economic and political aspects of childcare provision in the UK. Series producers Sally Angel , Jeremy Cooper


Producers: Sally Angel
Producers: Jeremy Cooper

: News and Sport

With Moira Stuart.
Followed by Weather


Unknown: Moira Stuart.

: TVYP: Viewers with Attitude

This weekend, the executives who attend the Edinburgh
Television Festival open their doors to 150 people aged between 16 and 21. The BBC's Community Programmes Unit has invited some of the young delegates to T V Y P (Television and Young People) to make video reports on what really matters to them on TV. The targets are as varied as the views expressed. Editor Jeremy Gibson


Editor: Jeremy Gibson

: Dancemakers

Six documentaries looking at contemporary choreographers. Jonathan Burrows
While still with the Royal Ballet, Jonathan Burrows started making dances very different from those he performed with the Company. In this profile, Burrows and his teachers and friends talk about his work, and his group performs excerpts from Stoics and Dull Morning. It ends with Hymns, a duet for Burrows and Simon Rice danced to familiar hymn tunes. With Judith Mackrell. Director Ross MacGibbon
A Beaulieu Films production for BBCtv * STEREO


Unknown: Jonathan Burrows
Unknown: Jonathan Burrows
Unknown: Simon Rice
Unknown: Judith MacKrell.
Director: Ross MacGibbon

: Encounters: The Other Side

Third of four plays chronicling imaginary meetings between historical or literary characters. Written by David Ashton, and starring Frank Finlay, Richard E Grant
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle visits a medium, and faces his creation Sherlock Holmes - and some uncomfortable truths.


Writer: David Ashton
Producer: Paddy Higson
Director: Gareth Davies
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle: Frank Finlay
Sherlock Holmes: Richard E Grant
Madame Moshel: Cathryn Harrison
Louise Hawkins: Vivienne Dixon
Charles Doyle: David McKail

: Video Diaries

The series which gives cameras and training to people to record their own lives.
The Man who Loves Gary Lineker Rural GP Dr Ylli Hasani risked imprisonment in totalitarian
Albania by listening to the BBC World Service to keep up to date with world events, especially English football.
His film is the first programme to portray in depth the lives of ordinary Albanians as they live through massive social upheaval. Hasani tries to leave his country to work in the west, but his first visit to London is to supervise the completion of his film - and to try to meet some of his football idols, particularly Gary Lineker.
Series producer Bob Long


Unknown: Gary Lineker
Unknown: Dr Ylli Hasani
Unknown: Gary Lineker.
Producer: Bob Long

: Agnes of God

The first showing on network television for
John Pielmeier 's Tony award-winning play, starring Jane Fonda
Anne Bancroft
The second of three film adaptations of Broadway plays. The body of a new-born baby is found in a quiet convent.
Psychiatrist Martha Livingston is called in to examine the prime suspect - a seemingly innocent novice called Agnes.
Director Norman Jewison * FILMS: pages 33-40


Unknown: John Pielmeier
Unknown: Jane Fonda
Unknown: Anne Bancroft
Unknown: Martha Livingston
Director: Norman Jewison
Dr Martha Livingston: Jane Fonda
Mother Miriam Ruth: Anne Bancroft
Sister Agnes: Meg Tilly
Det Langevin: Winston Rekert
FrMartineau: Gratien Geunas

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