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: Open University

6.00 Understanding Space and Time: Pushedto the Limit
7930258 6.25 The Telephone - Birth of a Technology
6.50 Computing: To Engineer Is Human 3744838 7.15
Changing Britain, Changing World: The Multi-National
3746635 7.40 Understanding Narrative: Dickens's "Hard
Times" 7428906 8.05 Drifting Continents 7964277 8.30 The Enlightenment: Humanity and the Scaffold 8135109 8.55
Managing Schools: Democracy-FactorFiction? 81146169.20 Social Science: Readingthe
Landscape 8706529 10.10 Biology: Enzymes
10.35 Developing World: Gender Matters 8481600 ll.OOThe US in the 20th Century:
Re-lnventingtheCity 8882109 11.50 Brain and Behaviour: A Conflict of Interests

: Station West

Western starring Dick Powell
An undercover investigator is hired to trace the murderers of two soldiers at a western outpost.
Director Sidney Lanfield (1948)
FILM REVIEWS pages 53-60

Contributors

Unknown: Dick Powell
Director: Sidney Lanfield
Haven: Dick Powell
Charlie: Jane Greer
Mrs Caslon: Agnes Moorehead
Mark Bristow: Raymond Burr

: Great Crimes and Trials of the 20th Century

Trials of Dr Samuel Sheppard When a surgeon's wife was brutally murdered in a quiet American town in 1954, her husband was a suspect.
ColourandB/W

Contributors

Unknown: Dr Samuel Sheppard

: Horizon

Chris Hale 's film reveals how a car radiator helped one scientist realise why humans walk upright.

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Hale

: Those Fabulous Clowns

A tribute to men and women who have made the world laugh, featuring Fanny Brice , Charlie Chaplin ,
Buster Keaton , W C Fields, the Marx Brothers and Laurel and Hardy.

Contributors

Unknown: Fanny Brice
Unknown: Charlie Chaplin
Unknown: Buster Keaton

: The Gypsy and the Gentleman

I Costume drama
FILM shown as a tribute to Melina Mercouri , who died earlier this month. When a Regency rake encounters a wild gypsy, their fates are sealed.
Director Joseph Losey (1958)
FILM REVIEWS pages 53-60

Contributors

Unknown: Melina Mercouri
Director: Joseph Losey
Belle: Melina Mercouri
Deverill: Keith Michell
Jess: Patrick McGoohan
Sarah: June Laverick
Mrs Haggard: Flora Robson
John: Lyndon Brook

: Late Again

More highlights.

: Scrutiny

With Anne Perkins.
Editor James Leaton Gray

Contributors

Unknown: Anne Perkins.
Editor: James Leaton Gray

: News and Sport

With Moira Stuart. Weather Suzanne Charlton

Contributors

Unknown: Moira Stuart.
Unknown: Suzanne Charlton

: Crufts 1994

The Best of Breed winners.
Producer Stephen Morris

Contributors

Producer: Stephen Morris

: The Giant Awakes

A Very Chinese Solution. In the second of three films on China, Michael Robinson finds
Cadillacs cruising past peasants in paddy fields, shop windows offering luxuries beyond most citizens' dreams, and loss-making state industries drowning under a sea of new competitors and widespread corruption. Can the leadership's very Chinese solutions deliver reform without political turmoil? Series producer David Harrison
Executive producer Jane Ellison

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Robinson
Producer: David Harrison
Producer: Jane Ellison

: Unplugged

Elton John
Not the kind of artist to make comebacks: since his first hit in 1971 with Your Song, Elton John has never gone away. But was a particularly good year for him: a nightmarish legal tussle with the tabloid press had ended with personal victory, and his album Sleeping with the Past yielded a string of hit singles.
This solo performance, broadcast live on MTV in June
1990, consists of unadorned versions of hits old and new including Sacrifice, Sad Songs, Tiny Dancer, Daniel and Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me.

Contributors

Unknown: Elton John
Song: Elton John

: Arena

Kalashnikov
Seventy million Kalashnikov
(or AK-47) guns are scattered across the world. It was the Russians' Cold War weapon and is still the first choice of terrorists, guerrillas and mercenaries. Through the story of Mikhail Timofeyevich Kalashnikov, Arena asks whether the AK-47 is a cultural icon or just a killing machine. Director Paul Gruebel Lee : Producers
Jo Burden-Smith , Paul Gruebel Lee

Contributors

Unknown: Mikhail Timofeyevich
Director: Paul Gruebel Lee
Producers: Jo Burden-Smith
Producers: Paul Gruebel Lee

: Between the Lines

Nothing to Declare. Clark and his team try to untangle a web of extortion, drug smuggling and illegal immigration.
Episode written by Michael Russell
Producer Peter Noms ; Director Jenny Killick

Contributors

Written By: Michael Russell
Producer: Peter Noms
Director: Jenny Killick
Tony Clark: Neil Pearson
Harry Naylor: Tom Georgeson
Maureen Connell: Siobhan Redmond
Chief Supt Deakin: Tony Doyle
Commander Huxtable: David Lyon
Sue Clark: Lynda Steadman
jenny Dean: Lesley Vickerage
DCC Dunning: John Shrapnel
Jim Ryman: Keith Allen
Harry Chandler: Andrew Seear
Chief Supt McGregor: Nicky Henson

: Crimes and Passions

The Scar
Second of three programmes by film-maker Mireille Dumas. "The story went.... sex, man, baby, abortion, death, nightmare." That's how Gina, serving 16 years in prison for killing her lover, describes the vicious circle of her experience. Left at the mercy of an abusive father when her mother died,
Gina had attempted suicide and had a child by the age of 15. In this remarkably frank and sensitive French documentary, Gina examines the motives for her crime of passion.
("Les Diaboliques"follows)

Contributors

Unknown: Mireille Dumas.

: Les Diaboliques

Thriller starring
Simone Signoret
To complement tonight's
Crimes and Passions story, Henri-Georges Clouzot 's macabre film about a man who drives his wife and mistress to plot his death. In French with English subtitles. With Vera Clouzot , Paul Meurisse.
(1954) B/W

Contributors

Unknown: Simone Signoret
Unknown: Henri-Georges Clouzot
Unknown: Vera Clouzot
Unknown: Paul Meurisse.








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