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: Open University

6.20 The American Political
Process 9399656 6.45 , Scenes from Dr Faustus by Christopher Marlowe 7. 10 Philosophy: Crime and Punishment 27309657.35 chird Development: And So to Disembed


Unknown: Christopher Marlowe

: Breakfast News

With signing.

: Westminster Daily

Parliamentary update.

: Under Sail

Portugal's seafaring history,

: A Week to Remember

Pathe News this week in 1954; A Griffin production for BBCtv

: For the Love of It

Six short films about people with consuming passions.
Today: a "medieval" couple. A Tapecraft production for BBCtv f

: Daytime on Two

9.25 Job Bank A Tomahawk production for BBCtv
9440743 9.45ComeOutside 4 Spelthorne production for BBCtv
3729675 10.00 Landmarks Special: History of the Kitchen
(parti) 5594410 10.20Musicl Time Stereo 5570830 10.45 '
Help Your Child with Maths
7478033 ll.OOZigZag 6569439 11.20Artshow
6884033 11.40 Shakespeare: the Animated Tales -Hamlet ; Stereo Subtitled 1395510 ,
12.10 The Geography
Programme: Japan 2000 j 1536304 12.30 History File 6113965 12.50 Teaching
Today: RE in the Primary School Stereo 1579025 1.20-1.40
Children's BBC with Zoë Ball Stereo 1.20 Spider 23007410 1.25 The Brollys
12544217 1.40Landmarks: .
Treasures of the Landscape
Subtitled 54233859 2.00 News Subtitled and Weather; followed byComeOutside Note: repeats are not indicated.

: Westminster reports

Regional programmes shown yesterday at 12 noon. 430743,

: Treasures of the Trust

A final look at National Trust properties. 5741897?

: News and Weather

Subtitled (news)
Songs of Praise

: A Week to Remember

B/W 559223S

: News and Weather

Subtitled (news) 5581120-Regional News; Weather

: Green for Danger

Comedy thriller about murder in a f country hospital. With Alastair Sim and Trevor Howard. Director Sidney Gilliat (1946)
FILM REVIEWS pages 57-63


Unknown: Alastair Sim
Unknown: Trevor Howard.
Director: Sidney Gilliat

: Gardeners' World

A visit to the Wakefield Tulip
Show and an architect's garden in Bedford.


Unknown: Wakefield Tulip

: Def II Spaced Out

Craig Charles ends the series by introducing Planet Earth, a sci-fi movie adventure by the creator of Star Trek,
Gene Roddenberry.
Director Dominic Murphy
Producer Matthew Bowes
Planet Earth
Starring John Saxon Diana Muldaur
An American astronaut in the 22nd century finds himself transported to a world of many tribes - one dominated entirely by women with attitude! Director Marc Daniels (1974)


Unknown: Craig Charles
Unknown: Gene Roddenberry.
Director: Dominic Murphy
Producer: Matthew Bowes
Unknown: John Saxon
Unknown: Diana Muldaur
Dylan Hunt: John Saxon
Marg: Diana Muldaur
Harper-Smythe: Janet Margolin
Isiah: Ted Cassidy

: Exam Hell

A look at the dreaded exam system with Mark Lamarr.
Producer Spencer Campbell


Unknown: Mark Lamarr.
Producer: Spencer Campbell

: Telling Tales

Nicky and Adrian tell their differing stories about the "buzz" they get from joyriding. Senes producer Phil George Director Edmund Coulthard


Producer: Phil George
Director: Edmund Coulthard

: Horizon

30th Anniversary - the Far Side
The science and technology programme, as old as BBC2 itself, celebrates its 30th birthday by checking on some of the scientific predictions of three decades.
In the 1960s there was optimism that advancing technology would be a liberating force, promisingexciting challenges and improvements. Scientific miracles to solve all ills were predicted.
Tonight's final programme of ! the series looks at the changes that followed and shows that not all have been for the good.
Technology brought unemployment in industry; at the same time it failed to feed the starving. Can the new communications technology now save the global village? Ultimately it is politicians, not science, controlling the power to make technology work.
Producer David Malone ; Series editor
, JanaBennett j Stereo TRANSCRIPT: send cheque for £2.00, payable to BSS, to [address removed]


Producer: David Malone
Unknown: Polly Toynbee

: Sister Wendy's Grand Tour

Sister Wendy reaches St
Petersburg where she views paintings by Rembrandt and Corregio. Last in series. Producer Randall Wright
Executive producer Nicholas Rossiter


Producer: Randall Wright
Producer: Nicholas Rossiter

: Innocence Lost - the Verdict

The second part of an examination into the deeply troubling ambiguities surrounding the origins and investigations of one of the most infamous child abuse cases in America. Tonight five members of the jury reveal why they delivered a guilty verdict, and questions are asked about what happened to the other defendants?
Followed by Video Nation
Britons' everyday lives.

: Newsnight

With Sue Cameron.

: The Mary Whitehouse Story

After 30 years of crusading against the tides of sex, bad taste and violence in the media, Mary Whitehouse has retired from her role at the head of the National Viewers and Listeners Association. Her concerns over the effects on young people of screen violence are now widely echoed across society and tonight in The Late Show her career of campaigning is examined with contributions from friends, supporters and enemies alike. Producer Clare Bevan


Unknown: Mary Whitehouse
Producer: Clare Bevan

: Weatherview

: Modern Art

Pictures and paintings.

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