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: Open University

6.20 Women and Organisations 8838699 6.45EIEscorial: Palace, Monastery and Mausoleum 9585941 7.10
Victorian Culture: Stand By Your Banner! 5214496 7.35The
Magic Flute

: Breakfast News

With signing.

: Children's BBC: Pinocchio

Beginning the animated adventures of the boy who starts life as a puppet carved from an oak branch.

: Children's BBC: Babar

Animation. Life gets very complicated for Babar when he decides to take two girls to the ball.

: Motorcycling

Highlights of yesterday's British Motorcycle Grand
Prix at Donington Park, in J round ten of the world championship.
(Snown yesterday at 9.20pm)

: My Forbidden Past

Drama starring
Robert Mitchum
Ava Gardner
Barbara Beaurevel , a New
Orleans beauty from a proud but penniless family, remains in love with a young doctor even after he marries another woman. Then
Barbara inherits a fortune, and conceives a plan to win her true love back.
Director Robert Stevenson (1951)
FILM REVIEWS pages 43-49

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Mitchum
Unknown: Ava Gardner
Unknown: Barbara Beaurevel
Director: Robert Stevenson
Mark: Robert Mitchum
Barbara: Ava Gardner
Paul: Melvyn Douglas
Aunt Eula: Lucile Watson
Corinne: Janis Carter
Clay: Gordon Oliver

: Cricket: First Test

Live coverage from Lord's of the final day's play between England and South Africa. Introduced by Tony Lewis.

Contributors

Introduced By: Tony Lewis.

: Canvas

David Hockney reflects on Domenichino's painting The Frescoes, at London's National Gallery.

Contributors

Unknown: David Hockney

: Children's BBC: Greenclaws

Contributors

Presenter (Children's BBC): Chris Jarvis

: Cricket: First Test

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

: Rough Guide to the World's Islands

Another chance for the armchair traveller to visit the Philippines. First stop is the capital city, Manila, where the poor scavenge on a rubbish tip called Smoky Mountain, then on to Cebu for a visit to a marriage school. With Magenta Devine and Rajan Datar. Producer Richard Fell
Series producer Dave Stewart

Contributors

Unknown: Magenta Devine
Unknown: Rajan Datar.
Producer: Dave Stewart

: Wall to Wall

Continuing the series exploring the use of different building materials.
On the Rocks. Stone has been used in Britain for both cottages and castles. Durable and imposing, granite tower houses in the Scottish
Highlands, such as Drum
Castle, are still standing after 700 years. With Tom Baker. Producer Dick Foster
BOOKLET: An illustrated booklet is available by sending a cheque for £2.95 made payable to BBC Education, to: [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Baker.

: On the Line

Spirit of the Island. The fourth of an eight-part documentary series tells the story of how rugby, "the white man's game", was played by black political prisoners.
As South Africa prepares to host the 1995 Rugby World
Cup, Steve Tshwete - former prisoner and now South
Africa's new Sports Minister - describes how the Afrikaner warders of the brutal jail on Robben Island came to respect the ANC activists for their skill at the game, and shares his hopes that sport can act as a unifying force. ProducerRictiardTaylor
EditorVyvSimson (A Whole Different Ball Game: tomorrow 7.40pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Tshwete

: Lethal Charm

Drama starring Barbara Eden
Heather Locklear
Top television reporter Tess O'Brien is the uncrowned queen of the White House press corps, but is sweet newcomer Melody Shepherd a pretender to her throne? When the two are teamed on a major story their personal as well as professional ambitions soon cause friction.
Director Richard Michaels (
FILMREVIEWSpages43-49

Contributors

Unknown: Barbara Eden
Unknown: Heather Locklear
Reporter: Tess O'Brien
Director: Richard Michaels
Tess O'Brien: Barbara Eden
Melody Shepherd: Heather Locklear
Christine Benevent: Julie Fulton
Peter Chambers: Stuart Wilson
Andrew O'Brien: David James Elliott
Brad Duggan: Jed Allen
Bernard Robins: Jordan Charney
Allen Fairchild: Allan Miller
KatieO'Brien: Gloria Henry

: Room 101

Peter Cook brings a load of deeply-felt hates to the studio and tries to persuade Nick Hancock to admit them to the eternal flames of Room 101.
"A horrifying creature," he says. "About the most dangerous animal in the world. It has a revolting, aggressive nature." Will Cook be allowed to rid himself of the pet rabbit?
A clip of Gracie Fields, whose stage technique on this evidence was undeniably reminiscent of someone trying to start a pub fight, supports his case against the Rochdale entertainer, while the countryside ("No streetlighting. No streets.") is another item on Cook's hit list.
Director John F D Northover
Producer Lissa Evans
A Hat Trick production for BBCtv Stereo
Then Video Nation Shorts

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Cook
Unknown: Nick Hancock
Producer: Lissa Evans

: Newsnight

WithKirstyWark.

: Cricket: First Test

Highlights from Lord's of the final day's play between
England and South Africa.
Introduced by Richie Benaud.

Contributors

Introduced By: Richie Benaud.

: Weatherview

: The Museum of Modern Art

A look at how this New York museum became such an influential institution.








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