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: Open University

6.40 Small Farmers in Kenya
7494340 7.05 Maths: Fibonacci Numbers 6364814 7.30 Physics:
Phonons 3349036 7.55 Questions of National Identity 1259123 8.45 Art: The Leathart Collection
7177611 9.10 Materials: Cast in the Right Mould 5646524 9.35
Science: Fires of Life
10.00 Pieter Bruegel and Popular Culture 4081253 10.25
Psychology: Eyewitness Memory 9696369 10.50 Women's Studies: Genderingthe Product
11.15Ageandldentity
12.05 Brain and Behaviour: Seasonal Affective Disorder
4249630 12.30 ManagingSchools: BridgingtheGap 3283982 12.55 Modern Art: Picasso's
"Guernica" What meaningdoes Picasso's Spanish Civil War masterpiece have for us today?
5922017 1.20 Money and Medicine 13897104 1.45 The Comflake Story 24787833 2.10 The Tonga People of the Zambezi Valley 14046456 2.35 Environment: Danish Energy

Contributors

Unknown: Pieter Bruegel

: Animation Now

Felicity. An animation produced by the National Film Board of Canada, evoking the changing moods of a park.

: Caesar and Cleopatra

Starring
Vivien Leigh Claude Rains
A lavish screen interpretation of George Bernard Shaw 's version of a legendary encounter: the ageing Roman conqueror meets the bewitching Egyptian queen.
Director Gabriel Pascal (1945)
SEE FILMS pages 32-41

Contributors

Unknown: Vivien Leigh
Unknown: Claude Rains
Unknown: George Bernard Shaw
Director: Gabriel Pascal
Cleopatra: Vivien Leigh
Caesar: Claude Rains
Ftatateeta: Flora Robson
Apollodorus: Stewart Granger
Pothinus: Francis L Sullivan
Rufio: Basil Sydney
Britannus: Cecil Parker

: Golf: the Open

For details see previous page.
As coverage of the golf is live, subsequent programmes may run late.
Further coverage.
Producers Alastair Scott and Barbara Slater

Contributors

Producers: Alastair Scott
Producers: Barbara Slater

: A Picture of Health?

First of four programmes, presented by two practising doctors, that offer snapshots of the complex pattern of health in Britain today, beginning with a look at how we feel about our own health - and illnesses.
Producer Rissa de la Paz

Contributors

Producer: Rissa de la Paz

: News and Sport

With Jennie Bond.
Weather Peter Cockroft

Contributors

Unknown: Jennie Bond.
Unknown: Peter Cockroft

: Scrutiny

Huw Edwards reports on the work of the parliamentary select committees.
Editor Matthew Morris

Contributors

Unknown: Huw Edwards
Editor: Matthew Morris

: The Face of Tutankhamun

Five Chronicle films on the world's richest treasure trove. 4: The Pharaoh Awakes
Was a curse placed on the boy king's tomb? Certainly, within a month of its opening, Lord
Carnarvon, one of the first to enter the tomb, lay dead. Eight others followed as the myth seemed to become reality.
Today, as Christopher Frayling discovers, scientists seek a more rational explanation. Producer David Wallace
BOOKLET/PACK: foran illustrated guide (£3.95)or education pack (£7. 99). send a cheque (payable to BBC Education) to
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Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Frayling
Producer: David Wallace

: Hope I Die before I Get Old

An innovative drama, written by Michael Russell and with music by Carl Davis , that centres on a few days in the lives of three young people. It aims for a realistic style by filming on a camcorder, often in public places and with no artificial lighting or effects.
"When I was a kid, we used to go to this farm in Norfolk. Miles from anywhere. It was so dark at night. Like it's never dark in London. The more you looked, the more you could see."
When Baz offers them a lift in a stolen car to stay with friends in Norfolk, it doesn't take long for Cassie and Steve to accept. It's that or surviving in London with no home, no money and no job. But their journey proves to be even darker than the lives they have left behind.
Producers Bob Blagden , Roger Brown Director Bob Blagden

Contributors

Written By: Michael Russell
Music By: Carl Davis
Producers: Bob Blagden
Producers: Roger Brown
Director: Bob Blagden
Baz: Nick Moran
Cassie: Sharon Duncan-Brewster
Steve: Dominic McHale
Sarah: Jill Benedict

: The Second Heimat: a New Generation

Last part of Edgar Reitz 's epic. Art or Life. Hermann and Clarissa, 1970. Despite the success of his studio, Hermann feels unfulfilled and pursues Clarissa to Amsterdam. In
German with English subtitles.
SEE FILMS pages 32-41

Contributors

Unknown: Edgar Reitz
Hermann: Henry Arnold
Clarissa: Salome Kammer
Helga: Noemi Steuer
Stefan: Frank Röth
Schnüsschen: Anke Sevenich
Juan: Daniel Smith
Alex: Michael Schönborn
Volker: Armin Fuchs

: Mike's Murder

Adult psychological thriller, starring Debra Winger
Mark Keyloun
Betty's relationship with Mike has always been enigmatic. But when he is found murdered, she discovers a murky - and dangerous - side to his life.
Director James Bridges (1984)
SEEFILMSpages32-41

Contributors

Unknown: Debra Winger
Unknown: Mark Keyloun
Director: James Bridges
Betty: Debra Winger
Mike: Mark Keyloun
Phillip: Paul Winfield
Pete: Darrell Larson
Patty: Brooke Alderson
Sam: Robert Crosson
Richard: Daniel Shor
Randy: William Ostrander








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