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: Open University

6.20 Diabetes - Restoringthe Balance 4462217 6.45
Maths: Networks and Matrices
5194859 7.10SummerSchool: OUAIIHours 83072177.35 Geology of the Alps

: Breakfast News

With signing.

: Westminster Daily

Parliamentary news.

: Yesterday at Wimbledon

A review of the third day.
(Shown yesterday at 10.15pm on BBC1)

: Fanny by Gaslight

Costume drama
- starring
Phyllis Calvert
Stewart Granger
James Mason London 1870, and Fanny, the illegitimate daughter of a cabinet minister, is employed as a maid in her father's home. She falls in love with his political assistant, but her happiness is threatened by the wicked Lord Manderstoke.
Director Anthony Asquith
(1944) B/W
FILM REVIEWS pages 51-56

Contributors

Unknown: Phyllis Calvert
Unknown: Stewart Granger
Unknown: James Mason
Director: Anthony Asquith
Fanny: Phyllis Calvert
Lord Manderstoke: James Mason
Harry Somerford: Stewart Granger
Chunks: Wilfrid Lawson
Lucy: Jean Kent
Alicia: Margaretta Scott
Mrs Hopwood: Nora Swinburne
Kate Somerford: Cathleen Nesbitt

: Children's BBC: Melvin and Maureen's Music-a-Grams

Matthew Devitt and Sophie Aldred explore music and song.

Contributors

Presenter (Children's BBC): Chris Jarvis
Melvin: Matthew Devitt
Maureen: Sophie Aldred

: Wimbledon

Live coverage of the fourth day's play. With
Desmond Lynam.
Including at
2.00, 3.00 News and Weather Subtitled (news) and at
3.50 News and Weather Subtitled (news)
Regional News; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Desmond Lynam.

: Children's BBC: Mortimer and Arabel

The final episode in the all-puppet comedy drama.

Contributors

Presenter (Children's BBC): Toby Anstis

: Children's BBC: Uncle Jack and the Dark Side of the Moon: 3

A six-part children's drama. Who is controlling the weather?
Written by Jim Eldridge.

Contributors

Writer: Jim Eldridge

: Children's BBC: Blue Peter

Today Tim Vincent takes to the sky with a crack Italian air display team.

Contributors

Presenter: Tim Vincent

: Wimbledon

Further live coverage of the fourth day's play. f As coverage Is live, subsequent programmes may run late.

: The Net

When haute couture and new technology collide the end product is, apparently, cyberstreet fashion. This final programme in the series looks into the future to examine what the best-dressed 21st-century whizz-kids will be wearing. Top designers, including Edina Ronay and Jeff Banks , produced a wardrobe of futuristic fashions which were modelled and filmed at a special catwalk show. The garments are designed to allow the gadgetry of this technological age to be worn as fashion accessories. Edina Ronay says of her creation: "It will hold everything the beautiful space chick will need, from communications to her make-up."
Series producer Stephen Arkell Series editor John Wyver
An Illuminations production for BBCtv

Contributors

Unknown: Edina Ronay
Unknown: Jeff Banks
Unknown: Edina Ronay
Producer: Stephen Arkell
Editor: John Wyver

: World Cup Grandstand

Italy v Norway
An evening of great importance to Ireland, as their group E rivals
Italy and Norway meet in this match coming live from the Giants Stadium, New York. Norway's emergence as a World Cup force was one of the big surprises of the qualifying competition - as England found to their cost. The Norwegians drew 1-1 at Wembley and then beat England 2-0 in Oslo in what was the lowest point in Graham Taylor 's management era.
Their defensive organisation was again in evidence when they battled out a goalless draw in a warm-up match against
England at Wembley last month. Despite their part in England's elimination, Norway's progress will be keenly followed with many of their squad, including Erik Thorstvedt (Spurs), Henning Berg (Blackburn),
Erland Johnsen (Chelsea) and Jan-Age Fjortoft (Swindon), playing in the Premiership last season.
The Italians will provide
Norway, who have not qualified for the finals since 1938, with a stern examination. The Italians were World champions in 1934, 1938 and 1982 and come to the United States bracketed with Brazil and Germany as the nations most likely to succeed.
Introduced by Bob Wilson with David O'Leary and Gary Lineker , plus an off-beat look at the tournament so far with Fantasy FootbaM's Frank Skinner and David Baddiel.
Followed by Video Nation Shorts

Contributors

Unknown: Graham Taylor
Unknown: Erik Thorstvedt
Unknown: Henning Berg
Unknown: Erland Johnsen
Introduced By: Bob Wilson
Unknown: David O'Leary
Unknown: Gary Lineker
Unknown: Frank Skinner
Unknown: David Baddiel.

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman.

Contributors

Presenter: Jeremy Paxman

: Imagining America

Reflections of a Native Son
The second in this brief season of short film dramas produced in 1989 for American television tells the story of a young black man pondering the problems of growing up in a white man's world.
Director Mustapha Khan Rpt

Contributors

Director: Mustapha Khan Rpt

: Weatherview

: Open View

Highlights of the weekend OU programmes.

: Design for an Alien World

A report on the mission to Titan, Saturn's largest moon.








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