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: Open University

6.15Curvesfrom Parameters
1584597 6.40 Maths Methods: Direction Fields 62250777.05 Maths: Symbols and Equations 6154232 7.30 Instruments - Made to Measure
7.55 Valued Environments,
Environmental Values
8.45 Reindeerin the Arctic: a Study in Adaptation

: Olympic Grandstand

Live coverage of the men's downhill racing from
Kvitfjell, at the Norwegian town of Lillehammer, on the second day of the Olympic Winter Games.
Switzerland's Olympic downhill ski champion Franz Heinzer , who finished in sixth place two years ago despite starting as favourite, bids to take the title from
Austrian Patrick Ortlieb in the most prestigious event of the games. Commentary by David Vine.
Plus news of the first medals to be awarded, in the women's 15km cross-country, and action from the opening runs of the men's luge. Commentary byDavidColeman.
Introduced by Steve Rider and Sue Barker.

Contributors

Unknown: Franz Heinzer
Unknown: Patrick Ortlieb
Commentary By: David Vine.
Introduced By: Steve Rider
Introduced By: Sue Barker.

: Wild Westerns

Serials. Western enthusiast
Tony Thomas introduces extracts from classics like
The Painted Stallion.

Contributors

Introduces: Tony Thomas

: The O Zone

Fearturing Suede and new band 2/3rds.
COMPETITION: [number removed](max call costs 20p). For a copy of the rules, send sae to: [address removed]

Contributors

Guests: Suede
Guests: 2/3rds

: The Fugitive

American thriller series.
Richard Kimble is taken hostage by young hooligans during a robbery at a garage.

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Kimble

: The Phil Silvers Show

Classic comedy. Sergeant Bilko causes mayhem when he is sent to Hollywood as a technical adviser.

: The Living Soap

: Around Westminster

Political review for the south east. With Michael Hastings. REGIONAL PROGRAMME

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Hastings.

: Sarajevo - a Street under Siege

A review of last week's programmes.

: Snooker

Featuring the first session from this year's final of the Masters tournament, from Wembley Conference Centre. Presented by Dougie Donnelly.

Contributors

Presented By: Dougie Donnelly.

: Rugby Special

Featuring Gloucester v Bath. Introduced by Chris Rea.
Executive producer Johnnie Watherston

Contributors

Introduced By: Chris Rea.
Producer: Johnnie Watherston

: Olympic Grandstand

Highlights of today's action in the Olympic Winter Games from Lillehammer, Norway. Featuring the men's downhill ski-ing, the men's 5,000-metre speed-skating, and Sweden v Slovakia in the ice hockey.
Commentary by David Vine ,
David Coleman , Barry Davies , Stuart Storey and Gerald Sinstadt. With Hazel Irvine and Helen Rollason.

Contributors

Commentary By: David Vine
Commentary By: David Coleman
Commentary By: Barry Davies
Commentary By: Stuart Storey
Commentary By: Gerald Sinstadt.
Commentary By: Helen Rollason.

: The Money Programme

Public sector pay is now set by local managers. With wage pressure mounting, how easy will they find it to stay within the government's pay limit? Simon Gompertz reports. Producer Rosamund Jones
Editor Jane Ellison

Contributors

Unknown: Simon Gompertz
Producer: Rosamund Jones
Editor: Jane Ellison

: Baby Monthly

Besotted parents seem determined to film their offspring's every gurgle, wriggle and dribble.
Taking it one step further are five families who have been given a video camera to record their newborn's progress over the first 12 months of its life.
The results will be broadcast every month for the rest of the year, providing an insight into children's growth.
Tonight, in The Diaries Begin, the mothers and their partners await the birth of their babies and meet the scientists who over the coming months will give them the latest information on child development. The first revelation is how much the unborn babies have already learned about their mothers.
Producers Bemice Daley and Emma Read Series producer Edward Goldwyn A Goldwyn production for BBCtv

Contributors

Producers: Bemice Daley
Producer: Edward Goldwyn

: PICASSO SEASON Richardson on Picasso

Continuing the Picasso season, this is the first of three films made by art historian John Richardson , author of A Life of Picasso.
Tonight Richardson discusses the story behind the revolutionary 1907 paintingLes Desmoiselles d'Avignon. The poet Apollinaire had introduced Picasso to a thief who sold him some Iberian sculptures stolen from the Louvre - which were both to inspire him and plunge him into scandal.
Richardson also considers
Picasso's search for inspiration in a variety of art forms, from sacred icons to the tribal artworks of Africa.
Producer Martin Davidson
(Head of a Woman tomorrow at 10.00pm)
SEE THIS WEEK page 10

Contributors

Unknown: John Richardson
Producer: Martin Davidson

: PICASSO SEASON Picasso in Concrete

The first of three films on Picasso's 16-year collaboration with sculptor Carl Nesjar on giant concrete figures.
Producer John Silver

Contributors

Unknown: Carl Nesjar

: Moving Pictures

With the release of Steven Spielberg 's Schindler's List, Europe's top Jewish film-makers, from Roman Polanski to Claude Lanzmann , discuss Hollywood's treatment of the holocaust. Plus a location report from Mali with Souleymane Cisse , whose Yeelen isat 12.10am. With Howard Schuman.
Series producer Saskia Baron ; Series editor Paul Kerr ; A Barraclough Carey production for BBCtv

Contributors

Unknown: Steven Spielberg
Unknown: Claude Lanzmann
Unknown: Souleymane Cisse
Unknown: Howard Schuman.
Producer: Saskia Baron
Editor: Paul Kerr
Unknown: Barraclough Carey

: Olympic Grandstand

The figure skating gets under way with the pairs technical programme. Commentary by Alan Weeks and Barry Davies. With guest skating judge
Vanessa Riley.

Contributors

Commentary By: Alan Weeks
Commentary By: Barry Davies.
Unknown: Vanessa Riley.

: Snooker

The climax of the Masters from Wembley Conference Centre.
Presented by Dougie Donnelly. Producers Trevor Morris , John Watts Editor Rick Waumsley ; A Grand Slam production for BBCtv

Contributors

Presented By: Dougie Donnelly.
Producers: Trevor Morris
Producers: John Watts
Editor: Rick Waumsley

: Yeelen

A young man is granted magical gifts and his father, afraid of his power, sets out to kill him. A Mali film in Bambara with English subtitles. With Issiaka Kane , Aova Sangere.
Director Souleymane Cisse (1987)
FILM REVIEWS pages45 SO

Contributors

Unknown: Issiaka Kane
Unknown: Aova Sangere.
Director: Souleymane Cisse








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