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: Open University

6.40 Food Technology: Novel Proteins 9470700 7.05 Maths:
Calculus 5942613 7.30 How Low Can You Go (part 2) - Vacuums
9486700 7.55 The Origins of State Social Work 5353377 8.20 The
Human Heart - the Restless Pump 1029006 8.45 Crime and Punishment 6535532 9.10
Materials: Given Enough Rope 1449280 9.35 Chemistry:
Equilibrium Rules OK?
10.00 Marlowe's "Dr Faustus" (part 1)4063667 10.25 Policy-making in the USA - Abortion 5174629 10.50 Global Firms-
ShrinkingWorlds 1040321 11.15 Britain in Europe - the Question of Sovereignty 9640551 12.05
Biology: Easingthe Pain
12.30 Systems: Copingwith
Queues 1664822 12.55 Modern Art: on Pictures and Paintings 1032193 1.20 Leamingfor All:
Doing Maths Together (Subtitled)
84549193 1.45 Wheels of Progress 25669209 2.10 The Developing World: Out of Development?
49172803 2.35 Water Supply - Going with the Flow

: Animation Now

I Told 'Em Exactly What to Do Life on the production line becomes almost impossible when the boss keeps telling his workers exactly how to do theirjobs.

: Cimarron

Spectacular tale of frontier life starring Glenn Ford
Maria Schell
1889: filled with the pioneer spirit, young adventurer
Yancey Cravat and his wife
Sabrajoin the land rush which results in the founding of Oklahoma. They settle in a new village with a group of friends and begin an eventful life in the early days of the American west.
Director Anthony Mann
SEE FILMS pages 63-72

Contributors

Unknown: Glenn Ford
Unknown: Maria Schell
Unknown: Yancey Cravat
Director: Anthony Mann
Yancey Cravat: Glenn Ford
SabraCravat: Maria Schell
DixieLee: Ann Baxter
Tom Wyatt: Arthur O'Connell
Cherokee: Kid Rlsstamblyn
Sarah Wyatt: Mercedes McCambridge
West: Vic Morrow

: Late Again

Late Show highlights.

: Scrutiny

A report on the House of Commons select committees, presented by Huw Edwards. Editor Matthew Morris

Contributors

Presented By: Huw Edwards.
Editor: Matthew Morris

: News and Sport

With Andrew Harvey Weather
Suzanne Charlton

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Harvey
Unknown: Suzanne Charlton

: Singers and Swingers

First of three music programmes from the archives. Dusty
Light the torches, turn the lights down low - Dusty Springfield is back.
In an example from her classic 60s shows, Dusty mixes the mood with Tom Jones. Producer Stanley Dorfman

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Jones.
Producer: Stanley Dorfman

: Fight Again

In the second of three programmes Roy Hattersley continues his personal account of the Labour Party's fortunes. The Long Retreat. From the depths of despair in the early 1980s, the party began a long haul back to respectability under the leadership of Neil Kinnock. However, in its struggle to become electable, it became too preoccupied with what it did not stand for rather than its core beliefs.
Director David W Rolfe

Contributors

Unknown: Roy Hattersley
Unknown: Neil Kinnock.
Director: David W Rolfe

: CRIME AND PUNISHMENT Hypotheticals

Last in the series that asks professionals what they would do in imaginary scenarios. It's a a Steal. In an imaginary company, the chairman rules with a charismatic swagger. But is he crooked? How do his board and his bankers handle him when they suspect he is committing fraud? Participants include Sir Clive Sinclair , Sir Nicholas Goodison and Lord Spens. The Moderator is Professor Arthur Miller of the Harvard Law School.
Producer Nicola Glucksmann
Series editor Robin Kent
Brian Lapping/Granada production for BBCtv

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Clive Sinclair
Unknown: Sir Nicholas Goodison
Unknown: Professor Arthur Miller
Editor: Robin Kent

: Have I Got News for YOU

The current affairs comedy quiz. Angus Deayton hosts another unsporting contest between Ian Hislop , Paul Merton and their guests, this week including MP Sir David Steel.

Contributors

Unknown: Angus Deayton
Unknown: Ian Hislop
Unknown: Paul Merton
Unknown: Sir David Steel.

: The Second Heimat: a New Generation

Continuing Edgar Reitz 's epic 13-part film cycle.
6: Kennedy's Children: Alex,
1963. On 22 November, 1963, Helga is at her wits' end and Clarissa has to undergo a traumatic ordeal. In Dallas, President Kennedy is assassinated. In German with English subtitles.
SEE FILMS pages 63 72

Contributors

Unknown: Edgar Reitz
Alex: Michael Schonborn
Hermann: Henry Arnold
Clarissa: Salome Kammer
Schnusschen: Anke Sevenich
Helga: Noemi Steuer
Renate: Franziska Traub
Juan: Daniel Smith

: CRIME AND PUNISHMENT Compulsion

A startling journey into the criminal mind, inspired by the infamous
Leopold-Loeb murder. Starring Orson Welles
Dean Stockwell Chicago 1924: two wealthy law students plan the perfect crime. But their brilliant scheme overlooks human error and a gripping court case results.
Director Richard Fleischer
SEE FILMS pages 63-72

Contributors

Unknown: Orson Welles
Director: Richard Fleischer
Jonathan Wilk: Orson Welles
Judd Steiner: Dean Stockwell
Artie Struas: Bradford Dillman
Horn: Eg Marshall
Ruth Evans: Diane Varsi
Sid: Martin Milner
Max: Richard Anderson
Ltjohnson: Robert Simon








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