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: Destination Murder

Thriller starring
Joyce MacKenzie Stanley Clements
The daughter of a murder victim decides to take the law into her own hands. Director Edward L Cahn 1950)
FILM REVIEWS pages 63 -68

Contributors

Unknown: Joyce MacKenzie
Unknown: Stanley Clements
Director: Edward L Cahn

: Breakfast News

With signing.

: Daytime on Two

9.00 The French Collection
(Stereo)

9.25 Standard Grade English

9.45 Come Outside

10.00 Thunderbirds in French

10.05 Seeing through Science
(Stereo)

10.30 Teaching Today

11.00 Q and A
(Stereo)

11.10 Landmarks: Tudors and Stuarts
(Stereo)

11.30 Ici Paris
(Stereo)

11.45 History File: Expansion, Trade and Industry: Britain 1750-1900

12.05 The Geography Programme: Oases in the Desert
(Stereo)

12.25 Lifeschool: I Is for lnformation
(Stereo)

12.50 Making Time

1.20-1.40 Children's BBC
with Chris Jarvis (Stereo)
1.20 Greenclaws
1.35 Crystal Tipps and Alistair

1.40 Music Time
(Stereo)

2.00 News (Subtitled) and Weather

followed by Come Outside

Note: repeats are not indicated.

Contributors

Presenter (Children's BBC): Chris Jarvis

: Consuming Passions

Ian Pamenter prepares stuffed vine leaves.

Contributors

Unknown: Ian Pamenter

: The Survival Guide to Food

A look at takeaway meals.

: The Third Age

The documentary series for the retired and those thinking about retirement looks at changing house and home. Stereo FREE MAGAZINE: send a large sae (52p stamp) to [address removed]

: News and Weather

Subtitled (news)
Followed by Westminster Live lain Macwhirter and John Cole present live coverage from the House of Commons, with Prime Minister's questions.

Contributors

Unknown: John Cole

: News and Weather

Regional News; Weather

: Snooker

With further action from the UK Championship.

: The Big Bus

r Spoof disaster movie starring
Joseph Bologna Stockard Channing
Cyclops, the world's first nuclear-powered bus is about to set off on its maiden voyage, but a gang is out to destroy it.
DirectorJames Frawley (1976)
CRITIC'S CHOICE see page 63

Contributors

Unknown: Joseph Bologna
Unknown: Stockard Channing
Dan Torrance: Joseph Bologna
Kitty Baxter: Stockard Channing
Shoulders: John Beck
Fr Kudos: Rene Auberjonois
Shorty Scotty: Ned Beatty
DrKurtz: Bob Dishy
Ironman: Jose Ferrer
Oldlady: Ruth Gordon

: First Sight

Current affairs programme for London and the south east.
Editor Mike Flood Page REGIONAL PROGRAMME: see variations below

: In the Red

Britain has a budget deficit of £50 billion, a problem to be addressed by the Chancellor on Budget Day next Tuesday. But what does this almost unimaginable figure actually represent, and what could be done to reduce it?
In a series of five programmes being shown each evening between now and Budget Day, a group of six volunteers from Bristol will attempt to find out what the Chancellor could do. Says producer Renee Knight : "Their job is to try and demystify the budget deficit and explain the reasons for It, in language that we can all understand."
Under the guidance of presenter Nisha Pillai , they will also have a specific problem to solve in the course of their investigations: they must recommend a way to knock £5 billion off the deficit.
EditorAnneTyerman

Contributors

Producer: Renee Knight
Presenter: Nisha Pillai

: Top Gear

There's a test of the latest
Lada Riva and Skoda Favorit in search of real value for money, and a report from the tough 200-mile Welsh Hillrally. Producer Jon Bentley
Executive producer Dennis Adams

Contributors

Unknown: Welsh Hillrally.
Producer: Jon Bentley
Producer: Dennis Adams

: RabCNesbitt

When Mary finds a job with a "very friendly" employer, Nesbitt is quick to grab the wrong end of the stick. Written by Ian Pattison
Producer/Director Colin Gilbert

Contributors

Written By: Ian Pattison
Director: Colin Gilbert

: Blood and Belonging

Nowhere is nationalism a more sensitive issue than in Germany. "After the Second World War, everybody thought that Hitler had for ever disgraced the notion of German nationalism," says
Michael Ignatleff , writer and presenter of this series. But in his third report - from united Germany - he finds that nationalism is returning under many different guises.
Leo is a Leipzig skinhead, a neo-Nazi who thinks democracy is “unnatural” for Germans and believes that Auschwitz is a historical fabrication. Rosa Wolf is a Frankfurt liberal, who believes Germany should turn its back on the past and look to a future of "world citizenship". But what of those denied belonging, the Turks and other immigrants who have most to lose from the rebirth of nationalism?
Producer Tim Lambert

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Ignatleff
Unknown: Rosa Wolf
Producer: Tim Lambert

: Sister Wendy's Odyssey

Tonight, art treasures in Oxford. Director John Hooper
Series producer Nicholas Rossiter

Contributors

Director: John Hooper
Producer: Nicholas Rossiter

: Party Political Broadcast

By the Labour Party. With subtitles.

: Newsnight

Presented by Kirsty Wark.

Contributors

Presented By: Kirsty Wark.

: The Late Show

The New ITV: Has It Worked?
As the first year of the new ITV franchises draws to a close,
Mark Lawson asks: how well have the viewers been served?

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Lawson

: Weatherview

: Snooker

Quarter-finals. Stereo








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