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: Open University

6.40 Organic Chemistry: Large-scale Production 7230144 7.05
Maths: ModellingTurkeys
7.30 Images: Beyond the Eye
3178540 7.55TheChangingFace of Poverty 4465434 8.20 Plants' Designs for Living 6577231 8.45 Victorian Culture: Stand By Your Banner! 7913415 9.10 Ecology:
Red Grouse 5482328 9.35 Science: A Day in the Life 6031144 10.00 El Escorial: Palace, Monastery and Mausoleum 4827057 10.25
Opening Doors - Some Personal Views from Women
10.50 The Enlightenment: the MagicFlute 5731960 11.15
Computer Integrated Manufacture 3650057 11.40 The Tonga People ofZimbabwe 7930601 12.05
Testing Teachers? 4085434 12.30 Managing Schools: Power ofthe
Purse 3029786 12.55The Museum of Modem Art 5751521 1.20
Everyman - Just an Illness
2.10 The Clinical Psychologist
14875960 2.35 The Management of Nuclear Waste

: Rebecca

Classic romantic thriller based on Daphne du Maurier's novel, starring
Laurence Olivier
Joan Fontaine
Wealthy Maxim de Winter returns to Manderley, his family estate in Cornwall with his shy young bride. She becomes haunted by her husband's beautiful first wife Rebecca, who died in mysterious circumstances.
Director Alfred Hitchcock (1940)
s SEE FILMS pages 37-42

Contributors

Unknown: Laurence Olivier
Unknown: Joan Fontaine
Unknown: Wealthy Maxim
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Maxim de Winter: Laurence Olivier
Mrsde Winter: Joan Fontaine
Jack Favell: George Sanders
Mrs Danvers: Judith Anderson
Major Giles Lacey: Nigel Bruce
Col Julyan C: Aubrey Smith
Beatrice Lacey: Gladys Cooper
Frank Crawley: Reginald Denny
MrsVan Hopper: Florence Bates
Dr Baker: Leo G Carroll

: Cricket: Fourth Test

England v Australia
Further live coverage from
Headingley. Stereo

: A Picture of Health?

Easing the Pain. At special centres like the Pain Relief
Clinic in Liverpool, pain is being treated as more than just a symptom of disease.
Producer Rissa de la Paz BOOKLET: send £2. 50, payable to BBC Education, to [address removed]

Contributors

Producer: Rissa de la Paz

: Scrutiny

A report on the work of the parliamentary select committees. Editor Matthew Morris

Contributors

Editor: Matthew Morris

: News and Sport

With Chris Lowe Subtitled
Weather Suzanne Charlton

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Lowe
Unknown: Suzanne Charlton

: Rhythms of the World

The sixth season of the world music programme opens with a compilation of memorable performances from past series, including music from Latin America, the Caribbean, Africa and Asia. Producer Jenny Cathcart
Series editors Nigel Finch , Anthony Wall

Contributors

Producer: Jenny Cathcart
Editors: Nigel Finch
Editors: Anthony Wall

: The Face of Tutankhamun

Last in the series.
Heads in the Sand. As the decay of ancient remains accelerates in Egypt,
Christopher Frayling asks what can be done to save the past.
Producer Derek Towers
Executive producer Roy Davies

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Frayling
Producer: Roy Davies

: Teenage Diaries

Six more videos shot by young people, recording the world from their perspective. Natalie's Baby
Finding herself pregnant at 14, Natalie never even thought about having an abortion.
Instead she set out to live up to her responsibility with the support of her boyfriend and family. But things aren't going as smoothly as she hoped as she fights to keep her young family together, and living in one crowded room of a council flat doesn't make life any easier. Producer Emma Read
Series producer Bob Long WRITE TO: Community Programme Unit, BBCtv, London W 12 7RJ, if you would like to make a Teenage Diary.

Contributors

Producer: Bob Long

: Rebecca's Daughters

A comic tale of rebellion in 19th-century Wales, written by Guy Jenkin from a screenplay by Dylan Thomas. Starring Paul Rhys Joely Richardson Peter O'Toole
Anthony Raine returns to his homeland to find it in turmoil - and the eccentric Lord Sarn adds to the confusion.
Producer Chris Sievemich
Director Karl Francis (1992)
SEEPREVIEWpage6
SEE FILMS pages

Contributors

Written By: Guy Jenkin
Unknown: Dylan Thomas.
Unknown: Paul Rhys
Unknown: Joely Richardson
Unknown: Peter O'Toole
Unknown: Anthony Raine
Producer: Chris Sievemich
Director: Karl Francis
Anthony Raine: Paul Rhys
Rhiannon: Joely Richardson
Lord Sarn: Peter O'Toole
Rhodri: Dafydd Hywel
Sarah Hughes: Sue Roderick
Captain Marsden: Simon Dormandy
Sir Henry: Clive Merrison
Davey: Keith Allen
Bessy: Donna Edwards

: The Diary of a Chambermaid

Luis Bunuel 's surreal classic starring
Jeanne Moreau
Georges Geret Michel Piccoli
When Celestine starts to work as the Monteils' new maid, she turns a blind eye to the family's peculiar habits - until an extreme turn of events changes her plans. With
Francoise Lugagne , Daniel Ivernel , Jean Ozenne , Gilberte Geniat. Director Luis Bufiuel (1964)
SEE FILMS pages

Contributors

Unknown: Luis Bunuel
Unknown: Jeanne Moreau
Unknown: Georges Geret
Unknown: Michel Piccoli
Unknown: Francoise Lugagne
Unknown: Daniel Ivernel
Unknown: Jean Ozenne
Unknown: Gilberte Geniat.
Director: Luis Bufiuel

: On the Air

A seven-part comedy written and produced by Twin Peaks creators
David Lynch and Mark Frost.
1957: the Zoblotnik Broadcasting Company's new, all-live variety show seems certain to cause chaos. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: David Lynch
Unknown: Mark Frost.








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