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: Open University

8.00 Jumpcuts 8.15 So You Want to Be a Better Manager 8.40 Managing Health Services

: Our Relations

Starring Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy
Stan and Ollie try to conceal the existence of their no-good brothers from their wives.
Films: pages 48-56

Contributors

Director: Harry Lachman
Stan/Alf Laurel: Stan Laurel
Ollie/Bert Hardy: Oliver Hardy

: Berlin Express

Shown in connection with Sunday night's documentary series City of Strangers (8.05pm on BBC2). Starring Merle Oberon, Robert Ryan

A group of passengers travelling through Europe becomes involved in a murderous plot to prevent the reunification of Germany.
Films: pages 48-56

Contributors

Director: Jacques Toumeur
Lucienne Mirbeau: Merle Oberon
Robert Lindley: Robert Ryan
Henri Perrot: Charles Korvin
Dr Bernhardt: Paul Lukas
James Sterling: Robert Coote
Johann Walther: Reinhold Schunzel
Lt Maxim: Roman Toporow

: The Travel Show UK Mini Guides

What to see in Wensleydale, North Yorkshire.

: So You Want to Play Golf with Peter Alliss

In the last of the series, Peter Alliss is joined by this year's winner of the US PGA, Nick Price , who explains how to tackle "those difficult shots".
Instructor Carl Rabito helps a novice with her swing and Alliss demonstrates some new clubs that could improve your golf. Finally, Nick Price and Peter Alliss play a mixed foursome on the difficult Palm course at
Disney World in Florida. ●STEREO
●BBC VIDEO: items from this series are available on a video, £ 1 0.99 from retailers.

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Alliss
Unknown: Nick Price
Unknown: Carl Rabito
Unknown: Peter Alliss

: It's a Great Feeling

Starring Doris Day
Dennis Morgan Jack Carson
Every director on the lot refuses to work with egotistical comedian Jack Carson.
Desperate to get his film off the ground, he begs young waitress Judy Adams to help him carry out an unorthodox scheme. Dennis Morgan HIMSELF JackCarson HIMSELF
With Gary Cooper , Joan Crawford , Errol Flynn , Sydney Greenstreet,
Danny Kaye , Patricia Neal , Eleanor Parker , Ronald Reagan , Edward G Robinson and Jane Wyman.
Director David Butler ●FILMS: pages 48-56

Contributors

Unknown: Dennis Morgan
Unknown: Jack Carson
Unknown: Jack Carson.
Unknown: Judy Adams
Unknown: Gary Cooper
Unknown: Joan Crawford
Unknown: Errol Flynn
Unknown: Danny Kaye
Unknown: Patricia Neal
Unknown: Eleanor Parker
Unknown: Ronald Reagan
Unknown: Edward G Robinson
Unknown: Jane Wyman.
Director: David Butler
Judy Adams: Doris Day
Arthur Trent: Bill Goodwin

: Animation Now

: Network East

Including Asian Trader magazine's annual award for best businessman of the year, and an interview with film producer Gulshan Kumar. ●STEREO

Contributors

Producer: Gulshan Kumar.

: Tanhaiyan

Fourth of a 13-part Asian drama. Financially, things are looking grim for the two sisters. In
Urdu with English subtitles. Written by Hasina Moeen

Contributors

Written By: Hasina Moeen

: Arthur Negus Enjoys

A visit to Luton Hoo.

: Double Indemnity

Classic thriller shown in connection with Sunday night's documentary series City of Strangers.
Starring Barbara Stanwyck Fred MacMurray
Edward G Robinson
A dying man records his murder confession before time runs out.
Director Billy Wilder ● FILMS: pages 48-56

Contributors

Unknown: Barbara Stanwyck
Unknown: Fred MacMurray
Unknown: Edward G Robinson
Director: Billy Wilder
Phyllis Dietrichson: Barbara Stanwyck
Walter Neff: Fred MacMurray
Barton Keyes: Edward Grobinson
Mrjackson: Porter Hall
Lola Dietrichson: Jean Heather
Nino Zachette: Byron Barr
Mr Dietrichson: Tom Powers
Mr Norton: Richard Gaines

: The Sky at Night

Patrick Moore sees how the multiple-mirror telescope in Arizona is to be changed. ● STEREO

Contributors

Unknown: Patrick Moore

: Late Again

Late Show highlights. ● STEREO

: Scrutiny

The Government comes under scrutiny from the House of Commons Select Committees.
Presented by Nicholas Jones. Editor Geoffrey Sumner
* TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Presented By: Nicholas Jones.
Editor: Geoffrey Sumner

: News and Sport

With Moira Stuart.
Weather Rob McElwee

Contributors

Unknown: Moira Stuart.
Unknown: Rob McElwee

: Pole to Pole

Michael Palin continues his journey.
Shifting Sands. The intrepid traveller crosses Africa's largest country, the Sudan. 0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Palin

: Music on Two Rattle's Rite

Simon Rattle conducts the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra in Stravinsky's ground-breaking masterpiece The Rite of Spring, a ballet score which caused a riot at its first performance in Paris in 1913. Rattle describes this performance, specially recorded for television with different effects for each of the dances, as "a wonderfully loopy experiment". He introduces the piece with a look at some of the work done by the CBSO in which local schoolchildren are encouraged to write their own "Rites of Spring". Director Barrie Gavin • STEREO

Contributors

Unknown: Simon Rattle
Director: Barrie Gavin

: Have I Got News for You

The topical comedy quiz show. * STEREO

: Performance: Tales from Hollywood

new season of NEW prestigious studio dramas starts with Christopher Hampton 's evocation of 1940s Hollywood, featuring a distinguished cast and starring Jeremy Irons
Among the residents of Los Angeles during the 40s were Thomas and Heinrich Mann , Bertolt Brecht and, according to this play, the Austro-
Hungarian dramatist
Odon Von Horvath , our guide to the sun-soaked boulevards and the bizarre cultural collisions of wartime Hollywood.
Producer Simon Curtis
Director Howard Davies
(City of Strangers, tomorrowat 8.05pm, is a documentary about European émigrés in wartime Hollywood) ● STEREO
* TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 ● FEATURE: page 22

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Hampton
Unknown: Jeremy Irons
Unknown: Heinrich Mann
Unknown: Odon Von Horvath
Producer: Simon Curtis
Director: Howard Davies
Odon Von Horvath: Jeremy Irons
Heinrich Mann: Alec Guinness
Thomas Mann: Robin Bailey
Charles Money: Charles Durning
Helen Schwartz: Elizabeth McGovern
Nelly Mann: Sinead Cusack
Salka Viertel: Alison Fiske
Marta Feuchtwanger: Jan Chappell
Bertolt Brecht: Jack Shepherd
Helene Weigel: Lynn Farleigh
Hal: Mike McShane
Art Nicely: Stephen Moore
Katja Mann: Barbara New
Lion Feuchtwanger: Ian Thompson
ToniSpuhler: Jane Low

: Claire's Knee

The French Classic
Cinema season continues with Eric Rohmer 's delightful story of holiday flirtations - and a strange obsession. Jerome is on holiday in a village near Annecy. There he meets an old friend who introduces him to two attractive teenagers. In French with English subtitles.
(Jean-Luc Godard Breathless is on Friday at 11.20pm)
0 FILMS: pages 48-56

Contributors

Unknown: Eric Rohmer
Jérôme: Jean-Claude Brialy
Aurora: Aurora Cornu
Laura: Beatrice Romand
Claire: Laurence de Monaghan

: Saturday Night Live

Actor Tim Robbins , who recently starred in the movies The Player and Bob Roberts , hosts this week's edition of America's longest running variety-comedy show. His guests include presidential candidate "Ross Perot ", alternative comedian
Elen Cleghorn and controversial singer Sinead O'Connor.

Contributors

Unknown: Tim Robbins
Unknown: Bob Roberts
Unknown: Ross Perot
Unknown: Elen Cleghorn
Singer: Sinead O'Connor.








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