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6.00 Graphs, Networks and Design: the Mariner9Code 1876796 6.25 Ecology: Flevoland Polders 1855203 6.50
SurvivingtheExam 5877970 7.15INSAT -Implicationsfora Nation 6954574 7.40 Arts: KingCotton's Palace 2321845 8.05 Frontiers of Geology 2406970 8.30 Images of Disability
8.55 Introduction to Psychology: Autism 3173319 9.20 Understanding Music: Jazz, Ragga and Synthesizers 1666574 9.45 Family Life and Social
Policy: Somewhere a Wall Came Down 6565512 10.10 Biology: Patterns in Green 1013338 10.35 Anti-Racism: Beyond the Debates 5720203 11.00 Women in Television: Takingthe Credit 8202241 11.25 Understanding Modern Societies: a Global Culture?

: I Know Where I'm Going

A documentary celebrating the 50th anniversary of this classic movie - being shown immediately afterwards - by maverick film duo Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger. The programme includes interviews with Petula Clark and Martin Scorsese , who hail the film as a masterpiece. Stereo .......................170319


Unknown: Michael Powell
Unknown: Petula Clark
Unknown: Martin Scorsese

: I Know Where I'm Going

Romantic comedy starring
Wendy Hiller
Roger Livesey
HeadstrongJoanWebsterhasalways known exactly what she wanted out of life. But marooned on the Isle of Mull en route to her wedding she meets the impecunious Laird of Kiloran and is no longer so sure.
Directors Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger (1945)
# FILM REVIEWS pages 47-54


Unknown: Wendy Hiller
Unknown: Roger Livesey
Directors: Michael Powell
Directors: Emeric Pressburger
Joan Webster: Wendy Hiller
Torquil MacNeil: Roger Livesey
Catriona Potts: Pamela Brown
Mrs Crozier: Nancy Price
John Campbell: John Laurie
Mr Webster: George Carney
Hunter: Walter Hudd
Captain Lochinvar: Captain Duncan MacKechnie
lain: Ian Sadler
Ruairidh Mor: Finlay Currie
Kenny: Murdo Morrison
Bridie: Margot Fitzsimons

: Timewatch

Mother of All Battles
The Battle of Kursk, fought 50 years ago, was the largest armoured battle in history - yet few in the West have ever heard of it. With the help of recently-uncovered secret documents, rare Russian archive material and the eye-witness testimony of those who fought there, this programme tells the story.
Stereo ...............................................1141999

: The Sky at Night

Radio Network Australia. In recent decades, Australia has become a major centre for radio astronomy. The 2 1 0-foot dish at Parkes, New South Wales, has been in operation since 1961 and has provided work of fundamental importance. The "Australia Telescope", a network of observatories, now covers a wide area of the continent. Patrick Moore goes to the radio observatories and talks to the scientists who have made the country so important in this branch of astronomy. Rpt


Unknown: Patrick Moore

: Cricket

Further live coverage of the NatWest Trophy Final between Warwickshire and Worcestershire at Lord's.
Worcestershire will be hopingfor another stunning batting performance from Australian Tom Moody. He scored a quickfire hundred in the semi-final against Surrey. Meanwhile
Warwickshire's chances may depend on a big innings from their record-breaking West Indian Brian Lara or some more heroics from their battling captain Dermot Reeve. Highlights on BBC 1 at 12.15am.
Television presentation Alan Griffiths ; Executive producer Keith Mackenzie


Unknown: Brian Lara
Unknown: Captain Dermot Reeve.
Unknown: Alan Griffiths
Producer: Keith MacKenzie

: News and Sport

With Moira Stuart. Subtitled
Weather Helen Young


Unknown: Moira Stuart.
Unknown: Helen Young

: Carlos Saura's Sevillanas

Film-maker Carlos Saura brought the magic and passion of flamenco dancing to the cinema screen with his trilogy of films Blood Wedding, Carmen and Love Bewitched. In this beautifully photographed programme he pays a personal homage to the various forms of sevillana.
An ancient, rhythmic Spanish dance that untrained eyes would describe as flamenco, sevillanas are performed everywhere - at a village fiesta, in a night club, at weddings and christenings. Each dance tells a story and can be performed by young and old alike - the sight of small children haughtily going through the movements is as delightful as the elderly couples dancing with practised grace and elegance.
Featuring some of its greatest stars, including Paco de Lucia, Lola Flores, Rocio Jurado and the last recorded performance of Camaron, Sevillanas is shot entirely in a studio so the colourful and striking images of the artists stand out against the plain backdrop. It has no commentary. The film won the Golden Rose of Montreux award earlier this year.
Musical director Manolo Sanlucar


Unknown: Carlos Saura
Unknown: Paco de Lucia
Unknown: Lola Flores
Unknown: Rocio Jurado

: Screen Two: East of Ipswich

Michael Palin's nostalgic comedy set in the 1950s about a teenage boy reluctantly dragged to a Suffolk seaside resort for the family holiday. This is the last in the series of Screen Two repeats. See today's choices.


Writer: Michael Palin
Producer: Innes Lloyd
Director: Tristram Powell
Mrs Argonaut: Phyllida Hewat
Harold Burrill: John Nettleton
Mrs Burrill: Pat Heywood
Richard Burrill: Edward Rawle-Hicks
Headmaster: Graham Crowden
Dancing teacher: June Ellis
Mr Horrobin: Allan Cuthbertson
Mrs Horrobin: Rosemary MacVie
Julia Rover: Oona Kirsch
Anna: Pippa Hinchley
Miss Wilbraham: Joan Sanderson
Mr Hargreaves: Charles McKeown
Mrs Hargreaves: Sheila Fearn
Betty: Janine Duvitski
Mr Macklin: Timothy Bateson
Keith Macklin: Stuart Mansfield
Edwin Macklin: John Wagland
Rachel Phelps: Jaynee Jordan
Rebecca Phelps: Michelle Jordan
Rev Mr Phelps: Roger Brierley
First motorcyclist: Tip Tipping
Second motorcyclist: Wayne Michaels

: Midnight Cowboy

Director John Schlesinger introduces his first American film, twenty-five years after its orginal release. The movie, which won Oscars for best picture, director and screenplay, became a classic. Starring Dustin Hoffman JonVoight Texan Joe Buck is as naive as he is handsome. Dressed in a cowboy outfit, he takes the Greyhound bus to New York where he plans to trade on his looks by acting as a professional stud to rich women. Taking a room in a seedy hotel he meets Ratso Rizzo , a tubercular, crippled con-man who offers to act as his manager in return for a percentage of his earnings.
John Schlesinger is currently working on a television adaptation of Stella Gibbons 's comic novel Cold Comfort
Farm to be screened on BBC 1 in Decemberthisyear.
The theme song Everybody's Talkin' was performed by Harry Nilsson , who can be seen in concert afterthis film.
Television presentation by Lindsay Davies
(1969) * FILM REVIEWS pages 47-54


Introduces: John Schlesinger
Unknown: Dustin Hoffman Jonvoight
Unknown: Ratso Rizzo
Unknown: John Schlesinger
Unknown: Stella Gibbons
Unknown: Harry Nilsson
Presentation By: Lindsay Davies
Ratso Rizzo: Dustin Hoffman
Joe Buck: Jon Voight
Cass: Sylvia Miles
Shirley: Brenda Vaccaro
Mr O'Daniel: John McGiver
Towny: Barnard Hughes
Sally Buck: Ruth White
Annie: Jennifer Salt
Woodsy Niles: Gil Rankin
Ralph: George Eppersen

: Nilsson in Concert

Everybody's Talking, the theme from Midnight Cowboy, was the song that first brought American singer/ songwriter Harry Nilsson to the attention of the British public. Since his death earlierthis year, there has been something of a rekindling of interest in his music: the Beautiful South have had a Top 20 hit with Everybody's Talking (though Nilsson did not actually write that number) and Mariah Carey reached the top of the charts with one that he did, Without You
(Nilsson himself took it to number one in 1972). In tonight's performance, first shown in 1972, Nilsson sings, plays and dreams a fantasy concert of his own making, with extracts from The Point, a children's cartoon for which Nilsson had recently written the score.
Producer Stanley Dorfman Rpt


Songwriter: Harry Nilsson
Songwriter: Mariah Carey
Producer: Stanley Dorfman Rpt

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