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: Open University

6.45 Seville; Gateway to the lndies9254029 7.10Religion and Society in Victorian Bristol
5803384 7.35 Family Therapy in Theory and Practice

Contributors

Unknown: Victorian Bristol

: Breakfast News

With signing.

: Westminster Daily

Parliamentary update.

: A Week to Remember

What was happening 40 years ago this week? A look at Pathe News from 1954. A Griffin production for BBCtv

: Grand Prix

Highlights of yesterday's French Grand Prix from Magny Cours.

: Through the Garden Gate

West Country nurseryman Dennis Cornish visits Lucy and Francis Huntington , who gave up successful careers to set up a herb nursery.

Contributors

Unknown: Dennis Cornish
Unknown: Francis Huntington

: Twirling the Edge

A look at the tricks of successful street-market trading, with former British champion Bobby Halket who made a fortune from selling crockery.

Contributors

Unknown: Bobby Halket

: Cricket: Third Test

England v New Zealand. Live coverage from Old
Trafford of the fourth day's play. With Tony Lewis. TV presentation Alan Griffiths
Executive producer Keith Mackenzie

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Lewis.
Unknown: Alan Griffiths
Producer: Keith MacKenzie

: Look Stranger

Featuring Bill Houston , a cyclist who hates both cars and races like the Tour de France, preferring to explore at his own pace the back roads and goat tracks.

Contributors

Unknown: Bill Houston

: Children's BBC: Greenclaws

It's a terrible day for Greenclaws - he can't stand water or washing, and there's worse to come.

Contributors

Presenter (Children's BBC): Chris Jarvis

: Cricket: Third Test

Further live coverage.
Including at
2.00,3.00 News and Weather Subtitled (news) andat
3.50 News and Weather Subtitled (news)
Regional News; Weather

: Rough Guide to the Americas

San Francisco and Seattle. A journey up the west coast of the USA, from its gay capital to the grunge capital.
Producer Bridget Boseley Series producer Sharon Ali

Contributors

Producer: Bridget Boseley
Producer: Sharon Ali

: Wall to Wall

A six-part series exploring the craft and ingenuity to be found in housing around the world. Back to Earth. This first programme looks earth-building, from ancient, eight-storey, mud-built houses in South Yemen to traditional
"cob" cottages in Devon and "new-age" adobe settlements in New Mexico. Narrated by Tom Baker.
Producer Dick Foster
BOOKLET: for an illustrated booklet, send a cheque for£2.95, payable to BBC Education, to [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Baker.

: On the Line

In a League of Their Own
No English-born Asian cricket player has yet represented his country, and no Asian player from league cricket in Bradford has played for Yorkshire. But compare the sporting activities of white youngsters with Children in the minority Asian communities, and it could be thatthe future of English cricket Is In the hands of the Indians, Pakistanis and Bangladeshis.
On the Line begins a new eight-part series with a film from Bradford, home to the country's largest Pakistani community and its biggest Muslim cricket league, the Quaid-E-Azam League. Former Pakistan captain Imran Khan is a role model to Bradford's Pakistanis, and cricket mirrors both their anger and their aspirations. Executive producer Tony Moss
Editor VyvSimson

Contributors

Producer: Tony Moss

: Pack of Lies

An adaptation of Hugh Whitemore 's stage play, starring
Ellen Burstyn
Ten Garr , Alan Bates
The warmth of the Jacksons' friendship with their neighbours the Schaefers begins to cool when the sinister Stewart enters their lives. With Ronald Hines , Daniel Benzali , Sammi Davis and Clive Swift.
Director Anthony Page (1987)
FILM REVIEWS pages 47-52

Contributors

Unknown: Hugh Whitemore
Unknown: Ellen Burstyn
Unknown: Ten Garr
Unknown: Alan Bates
Unknown: Ronald Hines
Unknown: Daniel Benzali
Unknown: Sammi Davis
Unknown: Clive Swift.

: Room 101

In George Orwell 's
1984, Room 101 is described as the worst thing in the world and is individual to each person. This first programme in a new series is the antithesis to Desert Island
Discs, with guests describing the pet hates that make up their personal "Room 101".
Another successful radio series that has transferred to the screen, it is presented by Nick Hancock , who weighs up the arguments, adding a few prejudices of his own and then decides whether the item is bad enough to be included.
Bob Monkhouse starts the ball rolling with his list including Cilia Black singing, and the French. Other guests in the series include Ian Hislop , Peter Cook , Jo Brand , Tony Slattery ,
Danny Baker , David Baddiel and Maureen Lipman. Producer Lissa Evans
Series producer Dan Patterson A Hat Trick production for BBC tv
Nick Hancock 's least favourite things
SEE FEATURE page 32
Followed by Video Nation Shorts

Contributors

Unknown: George Orwell
Presented By: Nick Hancock
Unknown: Bob Monkhouse
Unknown: Ian Hislop
Unknown: Peter Cook
Unknown: Jo Brand
Unknown: Tony Slattery
Unknown: Danny Baker
Unknown: David Baddiel
Unknown: Maureen Lipman.
Producer: Lissa Evans
Producer: Dan Patterson
Unknown: Nick Hancock

: Steptoe and Son: The Lead Man Cometh

Written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson.
A classic episode of the comedy, not screened since 1967.
Starring Harry H. Corbett, Wilfrid Brambell and Leonard Rossiter.

Times are hard, and a stranger turns up with some cut-price lead.

Contributors

Writer: Ray Galton
Writer: Alan Simpson
Producer: Duncan Wood
Harold: Harry H. Corbett
Albert: Wilfrid Brambell
Welsh Hughie: Leonard Rossiter

: Newsnight

With Sue Cameron.

: Animation Now

Contemporary animation.

: Weatherview









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