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: Open University

6. 15 Pure Maths: Isomorphism
7320877 6.40 Maths Methods: Complex Numbers
7.05 Maths: Inverse Functions 3124419 7.30 Maarten Van Heemskerck: Humanism and Painting 7824186 7.55
Education for All?
8.20 The Enlightenment: Reason and Progress 6796051 8.45 Bangkok -a City Speaks

: Draw Me

With Philippa Forrester and Ratz.
Drawing quiz game with Bill Tidy. ANSWERS: send your answertothis week'scliffhangerto Draw Me. BBCtv. PO Box 3. London W 1 2 6DE.

: Simon and the Witch

Drama serial.
Written by Valerie Georgeson. from a story by Margaret Stuart Barry
Rpt Stereo

Contributors

Written By: Valerie Georgeson.
Story By: Margaret Stuart Barry
Story By: Rpt Stereo

: The Animals of Farthing Wood

Animation.

: Incredible Games

Team games.

: Grange Hill

Written by Phil Redmond Rpt

Contributors

Written By: Phil Redmond Rpt

: Short Change

The consumer series takes a look at children who work.
With Zoe Ball.

Contributors

Presenter: Zoe Ball

: Earthfasts

: The O Zone

Music news.

: Doctor Who: Pyramids of Mars

Written by Stephen Harris.
First of a four-part series from 1975, with Tom Baker.

Contributors

Writer: Stephen Harris
Dr Who: Tom Baker

: The Fugitive

American thriller series.

: The Living Soap

: Around Westminster

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

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Hastings.

: Bowls

Singles final of the World
Indoor Bowls Championships from Preston. Commentary by David Rhys Jones , Timmy Davidson , Mal Hughes ,
David McGill and John Bell. Introduced by Dougie Donnelly.

Contributors

Commentary By: David Rhys Jones
Commentary By: Timmy Davidson
Commentary By: Mal Hughes
Commentary By: David McGill
Commentary By: John Bell.
Introduced By: Dougie Donnelly.

: Sarajevo - a Street under Siege

A review of last week's programmes.

: Rugby Special

Featuring France v England, and Ireland v Scotland.
Introduced by Chris Rea.
Executive producer Johnnie Watherston

Contributors

Introduced By: Chris Rea.
Producer: Johnnie Watherston

: The Natural World

Wolves of the Sea
For David Parer and Liz
Parer-Cook, a three-year mission to film the fearsome killer whale was not without its drama. David and his equipment had to be dragged from the water when a female killer with calf headed straight for him, while ten months into the project Liz became pregnant.
The killers were named Orcas
- or Wolves of the Sea - by early whalers because they hunt in packs. These packs were filmed gorging herrings - 90 kilograms per day - and dramatically taking penguins and seal pups. The narration is by David Attenborough.
Executive producer John Sparks
In defence of the killer whale
SEE FEATURE page 34

Contributors

Unknown: David Parer
Unknown: David Attenborough.
Producer: John Sparks

: The Money Programme

Trouble in the Magic Kingdom With the loss-making EuroDisney facing an uncertain future, Tessa Curtis reports from Paris and the US on the outlook for Disney. Producer SubnivBabuta
Editor Jane Ellison

Contributors

Unknown: Tessa Curtis
Editor: Jane Ellison

: Moving Pictures

Wayne Wang , Chinese-
American director of The Joy Luck Club, based on the bestselling novel by Amy Tan , takes a taxi tour of the Chinatown locations used in his films. Plus Polish film-maker
Krzysztof Kieslowski on his Three Colours trilogy. With Howard Schuman.
Series producer Saskia Baron
SerieseditorPaulKerr A Barraclough Carey production for BBCtv

Contributors

Unknown: Wayne Wang
Novel By: Amy Tan
Unknown: Krzysztof Kieslowski
Unknown: Howard Schuman.
Producer: Saskia Baron
Unknown: Barraclough Carey

: Broken Lives

Divorce in 18th-century England was virtually impossible - only one or two were granted each year. It required three costly and complex lawsuits, including a private act of Parliament, and you were rarely allowed to marry again.
This programme is one of a trilogy on divorce being shown this week as part of the Year of the Family. It provides three accounts of divorce and marital breakdown from historian
Lawrence Stone 's book Broken
Lives, including the tale of the unfortunate Duke of Beaufort, who had to prove his sexual prowess in the divorce court when his wife claimed their marriage wasn't consummated.
They have been dramatised by Louise Page and interwoven with interviews. Douglas Hodge , Lynsey Baxter , John Benfield , Maggie Steed , Tom Mannion and Jenny Galloway play different roles in each story. Director Vanessa Engle
Executive producer Janice Hadlow
(Timewatch on Wednesday at 8.00pm offers a Women's History of Divorce 1945-69)

Contributors

Unknown: Lawrence Stone
Dramatised By: Louise Page
Unknown: Douglas Hodge
Unknown: Lynsey Baxter
Unknown: John Benfield
Unknown: Maggie Steed
Unknown: Tom Mannion
Unknown: Jenny Galloway
Director: Vanessa Engle
Producer: Janice Hadlow

: Notes and Queries with Clive Anderson

A compilation of some intriguing answers to bizarre questions. With Clive Anderson. Producer Philippe Bassett
Series editor Leela Creswell

Contributors

Unknown: Clive Anderson.
Producer: Philippe Bassett
Editor: Leela Creswell

: Laurel Avenue

Concluding the three-part Black American drama.
Sunday Afternoon. Rolanda turns up at the party for her twin sister high on drugs.
(For cast see Saturday)

: Frenzy

Alfred Hitchcock 's study of a serial killer, discussed in last week's
Moving Pictures, starring Jon Finch , Barry Foster
London is terrorised by a series of brutal "necktie murders" and suspicion falls on an ex-RAF officer whose guilt seems increasingly certain.

Contributors

Unknown: Alfred Hitchcock
Unknown: Jon Finch
Unknown: Barry Foster
Richard Blaney: Jon Finch
Robert Rusk: Barry Foster
Chief Inspector Oxford: Alec McCowen
Brenda Blaney: Barbara Leigh-Hunt
Bobs Milligan: Anna Massey
Mrs Oxford: Vivien Merchant
Felix Forsythe: Bernard Cribbins
HettyPorter: Billie Whitelaw

: Bowls

Highlights from today's singles final in the World Indoor Bowls
Championships.








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