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: Open University

6.20 The History of Mathematics: Calculus 8454631 6.45
Literature In the Market Place
9118273 7. 10 Ancient Athens: TheTrialofSocrates
7.35 Making Medical Decisions: Resource Constraints

: Breakfast News

With signing.

: Westminster Daily

A full report on yesterday's proceedings in the Commons, its committees, and the Lords.

: The Lost Moment

Drama adapted from Henry James 's
TheAspern Papers, starring Susan Hayward
Robert Cummings Agnes Moorehead
American publisher
Lewis Venable travels to Venice to visit centenarian
Juliana Bordereau who, many years before, was the recipient of some famous love letters from a great poet.
Director Martin Gabel (1947)
FILM REVIEWS pages 47-52

Contributors

Unknown: Henry James
Unknown: Susan Hayward
Unknown: Robert Cummings
Unknown: Agnes Moorehead
Unknown: Lewis Venable
Unknown: Juliana Bordereau
Director: Martin Gabel
Tina: Susan Hayward
Lewis Venable: Robert Cummings
Juliana: Agnes Moorehead
Amelia: Joan Lorring
Charles: John Archer
Father Rinaldo: Eduardo Ciannelli
Pietro: Frank Pugua
Maria: Minerva Urecal
Vittorio: William Edmunds

: Cricket

Live coverage of one of today's NatWest Trophy second round matches. Commentary by Richie Benaud , Jack Bannister ,
Geoffrey Boycott and Paul Allott. Introduced by Tony Lewis.

Contributors

Commentary By: Richie Benaud
Commentary By: Jack Bannister
Commentary By: Geoffrey Boycott
Commentary By: Paul Allott.
Introduced By: Tony Lewis.

: Pride of Dress

Traditional dress in the Netherlands. Today: a visit to Volendam.

: Children's BBC: Forget-Me-Not-Farm

With Chris Jarvis. (Rpt)

Contributors

Presenter (Children's BBC): Chris Jarvis

: Cricket

Live coverage through to the end of one of today's second round matches in the NatWest Trophy competition.
Including at
2.00,3.00 News and Weather Subtitled (news) and at
3.50 News and Weather Subtitled (news)
Regional News; Weather

: Tex Avery Double Bill

Animation.

: Open Space

Experts now believe that inactivity is as dangerous as smoking
20 cigarettes a day, so it is a disturbing thought that today's children use up 25 per cent fewer calories than they did in the 1930s. If their lifestyle isn't changed, these couch potato kids will be susceptible to heart attacks at an early age and may cause a major national health crisis in years to come.
Justin Wallace , who works for
St Edmundsbury Borough Council leisure services department, was so shocked by statistics such as these that he made this programme, The Kids Aren't
Alright. In it he charts the impact of modern sedentary lifestyles not just on young people but on all our health prospects.
Wallace, who has two children himself, describes today's young people as being "battery-reared rather than free-range", partly because of the increased use of cars but also as a result of parents' fear of street crime and violence. In little more than a generation, we have taught our children to watch television rather than go out, and to expect danger from all strangers and strange environments. The combination, he says, is a recipe for trouble. Producer Mike MacCormack Senes producer Sue Davidson
POLLY TOYNBEE page 22
EDITOR'S LETTER page

Contributors

Unknown: Justin Wallace
Producer: Mike MacCormacK
Unknown: Polly Toynbee

: Tracks

In the programme this week, David Stafford goes bird-watching when he visits
Grassholm Island, ten miles off the Pembrokeshire coast in South Wales. The island is home to some 30,000 pairs of gannets - birds with a wing span of six feet and a prodigious appetite. The birds are aggressive creatures but mate with the same partner for life. Back on the mainland,
Ray Mears offers advice to hikers whose backpacks give way miles from nowhere. Also,
Rachel Polkinghorne learns about the Highland Clearances, one of the most traumatic events in Scottish history.
Finally, there is advice from Mr Crabtree when he goes fishing for carp. Producer Kathryn Moore
Series producer Colette Foster

Contributors

Unknown: David Stafford
Unknown: Ray Mears
Unknown: Rachel Polkinghorne
Unknown: Mr Crabtree
Producer: Kathryn Moore

: International Athletics

Continued live coverage of the Lausanne Grand Prix, including Sally Gunnell ,
Britain's world and Olympic champion, running in the metres hurdles.

Contributors

Unknown: Sally Gunnell

: Naked Video 2%

Another chance to see some of the funniest moments from the award-winning comedy series. With Kate Donnelly ,
Gregor Fisher , Andy Gray , Helen Lederer , Tony Roper , Elaine C Smith , John Sparkes and Jonathan Watson.
Producer Colin Gilbert
Then Video Nation

Contributors

Unknown: Kate Donnelly
Unknown: Gregor Fisher
Unknown: Andy Gray
Unknown: Helen Lederer
Unknown: Tony Roper
Unknown: Elaine C Smith
Unknown: John Sparkes
Unknown: Jonathan Watson.
Producer: Colin Gilbert

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman.

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.

: Sex

The first of two programmes about teenage attitudes towards love and sex.
Getting It Together. Who should teenagers turn to for advice on sex and contraception? This programme follows a young couple as they visit a family planning clinic for the first time. They find that free and confidential advice is readily available. Also, two women talk about the choices they made on finding out that they were pregnant. In the studio discussion which follows, teenagers talk frankly about sexuality and relationships. Presented by Kirsty Wark. Series prod ucerCassieBraban
(The second programme can be seen tomorrow at 11. 5pm)

Contributors

Presented By: Kirsty Wark.

: Animation Now

His Wife the Hen.

: Weatherview

: Madmen and Specialists

Is eating people wrong? A dark, compelling but at times richly ironic study of a civil war.








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