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: Open University

6.45 Maths Methods: Waves 2953386 7.10 Database
Developments 4954927 7.35
Maths: Modelling Pollution

: Golf: Ryder Cup

Action from the Belfry,
Warwickshire, as Europe's attempt to win back the Ryder Cup from the USA begins with the foursomes. Europe will draw early inspiration from the fact that its players have triumphed over the Americans on both previous occasions when the competition has been held at the Belfry. In 1985 Tony Jacklin led his men to a famous victory to take the trophy away from the Americans for the first time since 1957, and in the contest was halved, with Europe, as holders, retaining the cup by virtue of its win at Muirfield Village in 1987. Introduced by Steve Ryder , with commentary and analysis by Peter Alliss ,
Bruce Critchley , Alex Hay , Dave Marr , Clive Clark ,
Mike Hughesdon , Howard Clark and Mickey Walker. Prod ucerAlastair Scott
Executive producer John Shrewsbury
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SEE PREVIEW page 9

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Jacklin
Introduced By: Steve Ryder
Unknown: Peter Alliss
Unknown: Bruce Critchley
Unknown: Alex Hay
Unknown: Dave Marr
Unknown: Clive Clark
Unknown: Mike Hughesdon
Unknown: Howard Clark
Unknown: Mickey Walker.
Producer: John Shrewsbury

: Daytime on Two: Lernexpress

Note: repeats are not indicated.
Multi-media two-year GCSE course in German.

: Daytime on Two: Italianissimo

First in a series of programmes teaching Italian and looking at the Italian way of life.

: Daytime on Two: Inside English

First in a series of programmes organising language skills for efficiency at work.

: Daytime on Two: Watch

Gary and Kimberly are taken back 100 years to when their house was first built. (Stereo)

: Daytime on Two: Look and Read

Jenny, Scott and Amanda find themselves in the magical land of Pelamar.

: Daytime on Two: Around Scotland

An investigation into Highland life 200 years ago.

: Daytime on Two: Over the Moon

Mr Boom discovers it takes many different skills to build a new house.

: Daytime on Two: Science Challenge

Four children try to prevent a shipwreck. (Stereo)

: Daytime on Two: English Express

Michael Morpurgo introduces a dramatisation of his short story Sam's Duck.

Contributors

Presenter/author: Michael Morpurgo

: Daytime on Two: Seeing Through Science

Astronaut Helen Sharman recounts her experiences in space. (Stereo)

Contributors

Interviewee: Helen Sharman

: Daytime on Two: English File

A comparison of stage and screen versions of Blue Remembered Hills by Dennis Potter.
A Double Exposure production for BBCtv

Contributors

Writer (Blue Remembered Hills): Dennis Potter

: Daytime on Two: Scene: Trafford Tanzi

The rights of women are at stake in this new television version of the play by Claire Luckham.
With Michael Maloney, Anastasia Mulrooney, Neil Morrissey, Sharon Duce, Tim Healy and Sophie Heyman. (Stereo)

Contributors

Writer: Claire Luckham
Referee: Michael Maloney
Tanzi: Anastasia Mulrooney
Dean Rebel: Neil Morrissey
Tanzi's Mum: Sharon Duce
Tanzi's Dad: Tim Healy
Platinum Sue: Sophie Heyman

: Daytime on Two: Short Circuit

Why have expert recommendations about aircraft safety been ignored by the authorities? (Stereo)

: Daytime on Two: Fingermouse

Puppet fun.

: Daytime on Two: PC Pinkerton

Animation.

: Daytime on Two: English Time

Today: grammar.

: News; Weather

Subtitled (news)
Followed by Words and Pictures
Cats, camels, cars, cakes and carrots feature in today's programme.

: Golf: Ryder Cup

Further coverage of the first day's play at the Belfry. (Highlights at 12.05am)
Including at 3.00pm
News Subtitled and Weather and at 3.50pm
News submied and Weather Regional News; Weather

: The Man from UNCLE

Classic spy drama starring Robert Vaughn
David McCallum
Napoleon and Illya get tangled up in the movie business.

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Vaughn
Unknown: David McCallum

: What the Papers Say

Presented by Joanna Coles of The Guardian.
A Granada production for BBCtv

Contributors

Presented By: Joanna Coles

: East

South Africa: an Indian Experience
The first Indians arrived in South Africa in 1860, shipped in as cheap labour. They were followed by traders known as the "passenger Indians". It was to represent one of these that Mahatma Gandhi travelled to South Africa from London - so sparking his campaigning spirit. This first of two films traces the first 100 years of the Indian experience in South Africa.
Producer Kamscilla Naidoo
Series producer Charles Bruce A Saturn production for BBCtv

Contributors

Unknown: Mahatma Gandhi
Producer: Kamscilla Naidoo
Producer: Charles Bruce

: An Englishwoman's Garden

The Englishwoman's garden reflects her personality, whether in the simple planting of a herbaceous border or the formal arrangement of shrubs and hedges. This six-part documentary series explores the world of the female gardener. In the first programme four women talk about the joys and anxieties of opening their gardens to the public.
Direct or Ann Lalic
Producers Penny Forster, Ann Lalic A PM production for BBCtv

Contributors

Unknown: Ann Lalic
Unknown: Ann Lalic

: The Look

Another chance to peek behind the scenes of the fashion world.
Runway. Designers, models, journalists, buyers, celebrities and wealthy clients crowd the world's fashion shows. But who sits where and why?
Produced and directed by Gina Newson and Jeremy Newson
A Freelance Film Partners production forBBCtv

Contributors

Directed By: Gina Newson
Directed By: Jeremy Newson

: Animated Arias

First of six showcases for international animators interpreting famous arias from grand opera. This week: Ken Lidster 's morbid clowns for
Leoncavallo's Vesti la giubba from Pagliacci, and Monique Renault's pastiche of familiar paintings for La donna e mobile from Verdi's Rigoletto.
SEE PREVIEW page 12

Contributors

Unknown: Ken Lidster

: KYTV

In the wake of every other TV channel, KYTV remembers Those Sexciting Sixties. Written by Angus Deayton and Geoffrey Perkins
Director John Stroud Producer Jamie Rix

Contributors

Written By: Angus Deayton
Written By: Geoffrey Perkins
Director: John Stroud
Producer: Jamie Rix

: Newsnight

Presented by Jeremy Paxman.

Contributors

Presented By: Jeremy Paxman.

: That Was the WeekThat Was

More highlights from TW3, the pioneering 60s satirical series. Original producer Ned Sherrin Compiled by Franny Moyle

Contributors

Producer: Ned Sherrin
Unknown: Franny Moyle

: Weatherview

: Golf: Ryder Cup

Today's highlights.

: Rock Docs

2nd House: The Who
From their beginnings as streetwise mid-60s mods, the Who were taken into uncharted territory by Pete Townshend , whose Tommy was hailed as the first rock opera. Ina interview with Melvyn Bragg , Townshend discusses drugs, parents and Mick Jagger , prior to a screening of the concert The Who at Charlton.
Producer Tony Staveacre
Editor Bill Morton

Contributors

Unknown: Pete Townshend
Unknown: Melvyn Bragg
Unknown: Mick Jagger
Editor: Bill Morton








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