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: Open University

6.20 Cognitive Development:
Piaget in Perspective
6.45 Ottoman Supremacy: the Sulemaniye, Istanbul 7. 10 Victorian Dissenting Chapels 8205805 7.35
Education: Through the Looking Glass

: Breakfast News

With signing. subtit/ed

: Westminster Daily

Parliamentary update.

: A Week to Remember

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

: Barbara Stanwyck: Fire and Desire

A tribute to screen legend Barbara Stanwyck , whose career spanned nearly 60 years, hosted by Sally Field. A short season of Stanwyck's films continues with Clash by Night at 9.25am.


Unknown: Barbara Stanwyck
Unknown: Sally Field.

: Clash by Night

Continuing the season starring
Barbara Stanwyck is this drama directed by Fritz Lang. After ten years in the big city, Mae Doyle returns home to marry dependable fisherman Jerry. But she is soon restless and finds herself in the arms of Jerry's best friend, Earl.
(1952) B/W (BiowingWild. tomorrowat 10.00am)
FILM REVIEWS pages 45-51


Unknown: Barbara Stanwyck
Directed By: Fritz Lang.
Unknown: Mae Doyle
MaeDoyle: Barbara Stanwyck
Jerry D'Amato: Paul Douglas
Earl Pfeiffer: Robert Ryan
Peggy: Marilyn Monroe

: Children's BBC: Greenclaws

With Chris Jarvis.


Presenter (Children's BBC): Chris Jarvis

: Wimbledon

Live coverage of the singles.
Including at
2.00, 3.00 News and Weather Subtitled (news) and at
3.50 News and Weather Subtitled (news)
Regional News; Weather

: Children's BBC: Conan the Adventurer

See This Week page 16


Presenter (Children's BBC): Zoe Ball

: Children's BBC: Blue Peter

With guest Alan Shepard, captain of Apollo 14, who played golf on the moon.
With Diane-Louise Jordan, Anthea Turner , Tim Vincent.


Guest: Alan Shepard
Presenter: Diane-Louise Jordan
Presenter: Anthea Turner
Presenter: Tim Vincent

: Wimbledon

Further live coverage from the All-England Club at the start of the second week of the championships. Introduced by Sue Barker.


Introduced By: Sue Barker.

: World Cup Grandstand

Germany v South Korea Bolivia v Spain
Will Germany go through from tonight's match against South
Korea, in the Cotton Bowl,
Dallas, as winners of group C? Or will it be Spain, who take on Bolivia at Soldier Field, Chicago? Or could there be a major upset?
There is live coverage from
, one of the games and reports and highlights of the other as the first stage of the tournament reaches its climax. The prize for the group winners is to play their next game in Chicago, while the runners-up will have potentially more difficult match in Washington.
The Germans have an immensely experienced squad. Twelve of their 22-man party were with them in Italy four years ago when, as West Germany, they won the world championship for the third time.
The South Koreans are one of the big outsiders of the championship but at least they will have strong "local" support in Dallas where there is a large population of South Koreans. They will also want some good performances in this, their fourth appearance in the finals, to bolster ambitions to stage the finals in eight years' time.
Many pundits felt that if the expected domination of the championships by Brazil,
Argentina, Germany and Italy was to be challenged then Spain had the armoury. Certainly they concluded their qualifying group ona high, winning their last five matches and trouncing the Republic of Ireland in Dublin.
Perhaps the best Bolivia can hope for is to pick up one of the four places in the second round that have been left open for the best third-placed teams in the opening group matches.
Despite a victory over Brazil in their South American group, the Bolivians do not look to have the strength or experience to test the leading teams in the tournament. However, they looked a side keen to play attractive football when they lost 1-0 to the Republic of Ireland in a friendly last month.
There are also reports from the group A matches between the United States and Romania, and Switzerland against
Colombia, and a preview of the Republic of Ireland's final game in group E tomorrow, against Norway in New York. Reports by Ray Stubbs ,
Garth Crooks and Hazel Irvine.
Introduced by Bob Wilson , with Gary Lineker and Alan Hansen.
Followed by Video Nation Shorts Subtitled


Unknown: Ray Stubbs
Unknown: Garth Crooks
Unknown: Hazel Irvine.
Introduced By: Bob Wilson
Unknown: Gary Lineker
Unknown: Alan Hansen.

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman.


Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.

: Imagining America

The third in this brief season of short film dramas produced in 1989 for American television is a poetic exploration of the hidden rituals of people's lives in urban America.
Director Matt Mahurm 8/W


Director: Matt Mahurm

: Weatherview

: The Projection of Modernity

How 1920s Soviet film-makers Eisenstein and Vertov communicated their political ideology.

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