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: Open University

8.15 Discovering 16th-century Strasbourg 3123420 8.40
Jamaica and the Sea
9.05 Build a Better Business
7668643 9.30 Open Advice: Leamingto Learn

: Macgregor's Scotland

Jimmie Macgregor walks to the highest point on the Southern Upland Way.

Contributors

Unknown: Jimmie MacGregor

: Asia II

10.25 DhoopKinarey
Pakistani drama. In Urdu with English subtitles.
11.05 Network East
Asian Trader Awards, arts and fashion. Stereo
11.35Chanakya
Historical drama. In Hindi with English subtitles.

: Angel in Exile

Western starring John Carroll Adele Mara
Released from prison,
Charlie Dakin travels to
Mexico to collect his hidden stash of gold. When he pretends to "find" the gold in an abandoned mine, the villagers hail it as a miracle.
Director Allan Dwan (1948) s/w
FILM REVIEWS Pages 63-68

Contributors

Unknown: John Carroll
Unknown: Adele Mara
Unknown: Charlie Dakin
Director: Allan Dwan
Charlie Dakin: John Carroll
RaqmlChavez: Adele Mara
DrEsteban Chavez: Thomas Gomez
Max Giorgio: Barton MacLane

: Quantum Special

Cholesterol - Sex, Lies and Coronaries
The first programme in an occasional series examines the contradictory advice on the health dangers of high cholesterol levels.

: Civilisation

Kenneth Clark discusses the glory of Rome during the Counter-Reformation.

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Clark

: Li'IAbner

Musical comedy based on the Broadway show, starring Peter Palmer Stubby Kaye
Hillbilly hero Li'lAbner fights the authorities as he strives to save his home town: Dogpatch, USA.
Director Melvin Frank (1959)

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Palmer
Unknown: Stubby Kaye
Director: Melvin Frank
Li’l Abner: Peter Palmer
Marryin'Sam: Stubby Kaye
Daisy Mae: Leslie Parrish
Appassionata von Climax: Stella Stevens

: The Sky at Night

Patrick Moore looks at Taunton
School's radio telescope.

Contributors

Unknown: Patrick Moore

: Late Again

Highlights from last week's
The Late Show, Stereo

: Top Gear Rally Report

As all the top teams and drivers gather in Birmingham for the start tomorrow of the four-day RAC Rally, Steve Lee previews the race.
Producers John Burkhill , Ian Thomas
ExecutiveproducerDennisAdams

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Lee
Producers: John Burkhill
Producers: Ian Thomas

: News and Sport

With Jennie Bond. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish

Contributors

Unknown: Jennie Bond.

: Snooker

Coverage of the UK Championship from the Guild Hall, Preston. A Grand Slam production for BBCtv

: The Great Depression

New Deal, New York
Continuing the series in which newsreel, music and eye-witness accounts recall the decade that brought America to the brink of economic catastrophe. In 1933 not everyone in New York was dancing to the New Deal rhythm: the black poor lived in slum ghettos. But when
Congressman La Guardia crossed Roosevelt, the President cut federal funds.
Director/Producer Dante J James

: Performance: Nona

LesDawson donned a stringy wig and voluminous black dress to play the title role in Roberto Cossa 's grim satire of post-Falklands Argentina. First shown in 199 f, it is repeated here as a tribute to the comedian, who died earlier this year.
Nona, "the old one", is the 100-year-old matriarch of a city family, whose gluttony reduces her kinfolk to beggary, prostitution and death. The role is traditionally played by a leading male comic.
Dawson chomped his way to an 181b weight-gain during the filming, but was glad of the opportunity to extend himself theatrically. "It's good that people can see me doing something other than a game show. There comes a point when you're not stretching yourself any more - hence my little excursion into the heavier theatre."
Adapted by Michael Hastings
Producer/Director Simon Curtis

Contributors

Unknown: Roberto Cossa
Adapted By: Michael Hastings
Director: Simon Curtis
Nona: Les Dawson
Anyula: Liz Smith
Carmello: Jim Broadbent
Chico: Timothy Spall
Maria: Susan Brown
Marta: Jane Horrocks
Don Francisco: Maurice Denham

: Have I Got News for You

Guests: Frank Bough , Jo Brand.

Contributors

Unknown: Frank Bough
Unknown: Jo Brand.

: Scarlet and Black

The final episode of Stendhal's classic novel.
To conquer the heart of a woman a military campaign is needed. Julien goes into battle determined to win at all costs.

: Open Space

More Sex Please We 're British
"Everythingyou think you know about pornography is wrong, says Isabel Koprowski. "A tidal wave of misinformation on the subject has swamped us."
Koprowski, who has been managing editor of Forum and Penthouse, and who launched Women Only, a sex magazine catering forwomen, is a member of Feminists against
Censorship. In her film for Open Space she argues that there is a demand for pornography from women as well as men, that
Britain's obscenity laws are both unhealthy and sexist, and that legal reform would ease oppression and bring social benefits. Producer Mike MacCormack Series producer Giles Oakley

Contributors

Unknown: Isabel Koprowski.
Producer: Mike MacCormacK
Producer: Giles Oakley

: Snooker

The evening's highlights.








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