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: Open University

6.15 Maths: Non-Euclidean Geometry 8846618 6.40
Maths Methods: Line Integrals 9526298 7.05 Maths:
ModellingTurkeys
7.30 El Escorial: Palace,
Monastery and Mausoleum 1594328 7.55 Advertising:
Talking to the Tea Folk
8.20 Seasonal Affective Disorder 5867960 8.45 Managing
Schools: The Power of the Purse

: Children's BBC

With Philippa Forrester and Ratz.
Litt'l Bits
Cartoon.

: Spacevets

Science-fiction comedy.

: Fievel's American Tails

Cartoon.

: The Really Wild Guide to Britain

Michaela Strachan tracks down a rare Sumatran rhino.
With Chris Packham , Howie Watkins and Janice Acquah.
SEE THIS WEEK page 17

Contributors

Unknown: Michaela Strachan
Unknown: Chris Packham
Unknown: Howie Watkins
Unknown: Janice Acquah.

: Grange Hill

Everyone is involved in sport, drama or music but what can Roland do? Written by Margaret Simpson

Contributors

Written By: Margaret Simpson

: Dynamite

A seven-part documentary series about racism, seen through the eyes of children around the world.
Tragedy with a Happy Ending. This film from
Denmark focuses on two boys who find their friendship is threatened.

: White Fang

Children's drama set against the backdrop of the Rocky Mountains.

: The O Zone

Music magazine.

: Around Westminster

Political review for the south east. With Michael Hastings. REGIONAL PROGRAMME

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Hastings.

: Sunday Grandstand

Introduced by Sue Barker.
12.35,2.10,4.00 Cricket:
FirstTest
Coverage of the fourth day's play from Lord's featuring England v South Africa.
1.00,3.40 Motorcycling
British 500cc Grand Prix from Donington. Commentary by Barry Nutley ,
Roger Burnett and Steve Parrish.
6.00 Athletics
Highlights from the Goodwill Games from St Petersburg, featuring Britain's Sally Gunnell. TV presentation (motorcycling)
Jim Reside

Contributors

Introduced By: Sue Barker.
Commentary By: Barry Nutley
Commentary By: Roger Burnett
Commentary By: Steve Parrish.
Unknown: Sally Gunnell.
Unknown: Jim Reside

: Rough Guide to the Americas

Chile. This week's programme comes from South America.
First stop is the capital city of Santiago then on to Temuco and Punta Arenas, the last city before the Antarctic.
Presented by Magenta Devine and Rajan Datar. Producer Mary Currie
Series producer Danielle Lux

Contributors

Presented By: Magenta Devine
Presented By: Rajan Datar.
Producer: Mary Currie

: The Mary Whitehouse Story

A profile of Mary Whitehouse who for 30 years has campaigned against what she sees as a rising tide of sex and violence fouling our TV screens. This repeated Late
Show special, first screened in the week of her retirement from the National Viewers' and Listeners' Association, includes contributions from Stuart Hood, Michael Grade, Bill Cotton, William Rees-Mogg and Jeremy Isaacs. Director Clare Beavan; Editor Michael Poole

Contributors

Unknown: Mary Whitehouse
Unknown: Stuart Hood
Unknown: Michael Grade
Unknown: Bill Cotton
Unknown: William Rees-Mogg
Unknown: Jeremy Isaacs.

: Under the Sun

Women of the Yellow Earth
At the end of this remarkable glimpse into a closed society, two women become neighbours in one of the villages of the Yellow Earth district in northern
China. Their houses are caves cut into the cliff terraces.
One arrives in procession from the neighbouring village for her wedding party. It is an informal affair but, at the same time, a huge step for the bride, leaving her own village behind and becoming absorbed into the groom's family. They have already made the major commitment of their arranged marriage - buying the TV set for the marital home.
The other woman, Bai, and her husband Erping have had their television confiscated. This is because they have had a third child, one more than allowed in the new China. But there is a worse penalty. Bai undergoes a brusque sterilisation operation and then has to walk away from the operating table. She must then struggle back to her village over the mountains, to the house next door to the bride. Producer Frances Berrigan Editor Alan Bookbinder
A Cicada production for BBCtv

Contributors

Producer: Frances Berrigan
Editor: Alan Bookbinder

: Monty Python's Flying Circus

Classic comedy featuring the Bicycle Repair Man and the Nudge Nudge sketch. Producer John Howard Davies

Contributors

Producer: John Howard Davies

: Motorcycling

From Donington Park, Grand Prix action from the premier
500cc 30-lap race, plus news of the 250cc and 125cc classes.

: Moviedrome

Alex Cox presents a double bill of cult films.
Producer Nick Freand Jones
The Girl on a Motorcycle
Starring
Marianne Faithfull
Rebecca, stifled by her new marriage, takes off on her motorcycle to visit her lover Daniel. With Alain Delonand Marius Goring.
DirectorJack Cardiff (1968)
(Psychomania is at 12.35am)
FtlM REVIEWS pages 43-49

Contributors

Unknown: Alex Cox
Producer: Nick Freand Jones
Unknown: Marianne Faithfull
Unknown: Alain Delonand
Unknown: Marius Goring.

: Woodstock Diary

Final part of a film marking the 25th anniversary of the Woodstock Festival. Featuring performances by Joe Cocker , Ten Years After and the Band, andjimi Hendrix's version of The Star-Spangled Banner.

Contributors

Unknown: Joe Cocker

: Moviedrome: Psychomania

The second of tonight's films.
Horror starring Nicky Henson
A motorbike gang returns from the dead, wreaking havoc and leaving a trail of destruction. With George Sanders, Beryl Reid and Robert Hardy. (1972)
FILM REVIEWS pages 43-49

Contributors

Unknown: Nicky Henson
Unknown: George Sanders
Unknown: Beryl Reid
Unknown: Robert Hardy
Director: Don Sharp








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