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: Open University

Herod and Judaea

: The Historyman

Bryan McNerney visits Bungay Castle in Suffolk.

Contributors

Unknown: Bryan McNerney

: The Italians

Ferruccio Berolo , the Venetian dance master.

Contributors

Unknown: Ferruccio Berolo

: Fr Quintin's Normandy

An English priest now carrying out his work in Le Chamblac.

: TUC 92

Live coverage of the Trades Union Congress in Blackpool continues with a debate on pensions - especially important this year in view of the plight of the Maxwell pensioners - and the start of the major debate on the economy, to be opened by the TUC's General Secretary Norman Willis.

Contributors

Unknown: Norman Willis.

: The Master Craftsmen

The guitar maker.

: Forget-Me-Not Farm

Animation for children.

: Country File

: News and Weather

Followed by TUC 92
Unemployment, privatisation and public sector pay will all feature in further live coverage of the TUC's debate on the economy. Presented by Vivian White and Donald MacCormick.
Director Laurence Vulliamy Editor Christopher Capron
A Capron production for BBCtv
Including at
3.00pm News and Weather

Contributors

Presented By: Vivian White
Presented By: Donald MacCormick.
Director: Laurence Vulliamy
Editor: Christopher Capron

: News and Weather

and Regional News; Weather
* TELETEXT SUBTITLES (news): page 888

: Great Journeys

The Salt Road. Author
William Shawcross sets off down the old
Sahara salt road to find the camel caravans that still draw pillars of salt out of the fiery depths of the Tenere desert.

Contributors

Unknown: William Shawcross

: Star Trek: Where No Man Has Gone Before

The cult 1960s series, starring William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy

Lt Mitchell develops superhuman powers.
(Teletext subtitles: page 888)

Contributors

Captain Kirk: William Shatner
Mr Spock: Leonard Nimoy

: DEFII

Wayne's World
More excellent fun from the noisiest basement in Aurora,
Illinois. Join Wayne, Garth and a celebrity guest partying on down. It's all babelicious fun.... not!
STEREO
● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
7.00pm Teenage Diaries Programmes made by young people about their own lives. Raging Bullock. For Ben May at 15, living in Peckham and boxing mad, adolescence is an extended training session on the road to a professional boxing career.
Producer Tony Steyger
Series producer Bob Long (Rev rpt)

: The Shetland Sessions

Aly Bain continues his musical "hame-farin" at the 1991 Shetland Folk Festival, tonight with the Barely Works. Director Mike Alexander
A Pelicula production for BBCtv • STEREO

Contributors

Unknown: Aly Bain
Director: Mike Alexander

: The Un-Americans

Second in a special three-part Timewatch documentary on the "red scare" in America. No Place to Hide. Mention McCarthyism and most people think of the Hollywood blacklist. In contrast tonight's film bears witness to the real victims of the anti-communist witch-hunt: the tens of thousands of ordinary people whose lives were destroyed by what amounted to an American
Inquisition. There's Paul, an electrician who couldn't work for 20 years because of one joke. And Frank who was followed for 38 years by up to eight FBI agents a day - even though they admitted themselves that he was not a security risk.
Now that the Cold War is over, they are among those who dare to tell their full stories for the first time.
Producer Archie Baron
Series editor Roy Davies
(Concluding part: next Wednesday)

Contributors

Editor: Roy Davies

: ScreenPlay: Continental Drift

Three films about the shady deals and bizarre encounters that tell the unofficial story of the new Europe.
Springing Lenin
Geraldine McEwan stars as an eccentric Scottish spinster who greets the collapse of communism by snapping up a statue of Lenin on the cheap and towing it home across a bemused or hostile Europe.
Written by Patricia Hannah Director Andrei Nekrasov

Business with Friends
Two members of the British fascist movement bring fraternal greetings to their neo-Nazi counterparts in Berlin. With Christopher Eccleston and Adie Allen.
Written by David Spencer Director Uwe Janson

Can't Stop Me Dreaming
Marijke (Marion Van Thyn ) and Pieter (Walter Van Dyk) were in love. Now it has gone sour, but they still have to finish their George Formby documentary on location in Lancashire.
Written and directed by Bernard Rudden
ScreenPlay producer Tatiana Kennedy
Stereo: Teletext Subtitles: p.888

Contributors

Unknown: Lenin Geraldine McEwan
Written By: Patricia Hannah
Director: Andrei Nekrasov
Unknown: Christopher Eccleston
Unknown: Adie Allen.
Written By: David Spencer
Director: Uwe Janson
Unknown: Marion van Thyn
Unknown: Walter van Dyk
Unknown: George Formby
Directed By: Bernard Rudden
Producer: Tatiana Kennedy

: TV

A journey through colour.
Blue is.... for boys and bobbies, moons and murders.
Producer Nick Conefrey
Series producer Andy Batten-Foster

Contributors

Producer: Nick Conefrey
Producer: Andy Batten-Foster

: Newsnight

Presented by Peter Snow.

Contributors

Presenter: Peter Snow

: The Late Show

News from the arts world.
● STEREO

: Weatherview

: Open University

12.00 Brecht on Stage: Mother
Courage and Brecht's plays at the Berliner Ensemble 12.25
Childbirth and Contraception: Choices and Chances








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