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: Open University

6.15 Pure Maths: Diagonalising
Symmetric Matrices 3181005 6.40 III
Conditioning in Linear Equations
7.05 Maths: Least Squares
7.30 Developing World: Packaging
Culture 4432111 7.55 Understanding
Modem Societies: The West and the Rest
7272463 8.20 Networks: Tilings at the Alhambra 5783956 8.45Learningto Learn: Israel and Brazil

: Willy Fog - 2

Cartoon based on Jules Verne 's novel
20,000 Leagues under the Sea.

Contributors

Unknown: Jules Verne

: For Amusement Only

With guests football star Ryan Giggs and pop duo PJ and Duncan. Stereo ......................

Contributors

Unknown: Ryan Giggs

: Grange Hill

The series from 1984.
Written by David Angus Rpt

Contributors

Written By: David Angus Rpt

: Ocean Odyssey

First in a 13-partfantasy adventure series. Neri, a mysterious telepathic girl from the ocean, is discovered by an underwater research colony,

: F O T

Return of the show that asks whether outrageous facts are false or true.

Stereo

Competition: to register your vote ring [number removed](False) or [number removed](True). Calls cost no more than 20p. For a copy of the rules send an sae to:
[address removed]

: The O Zone

Music news. Featuring an interview with Janet Jackson.
Shown last Friday Stereo

Contributors

Guest: Janet Jackson

: Snowy River: the McGregorSaga

The Recruit. Rob considers enlisting in the British army. Stereo ................

: The Sunday Show

Live entertainment series. Hosted by Donna McPhail and Katie Puckrik.
Email address: sunday@bbcnc.org.uk
Stereo............................................... SCREEN TESTS: to apply to be on the programme write to: Screen Test, PO Box 280, Manchester M60 1 SJ.

Contributors

Unknown: Donna McPhail
Unknown: Katie Puckrik.

: Around Westminster

Political review. With Michael Hastings.
REGIONAL PROGRAMME ...........................

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Hastings.

: Red Dust

Drama starring
Clark Gable , Jean Harlow
Plantation owner Dennis Carson ends his relationship with good-time girl Vantine when he becomes smitten with the wife of his newly-wed surveyor.
DirectorVictorFleming(1932) 8/W * FILM REVIEWS pages 53-56
THE BBC

Contributors

Unknown: Clark Gable
Unknown: Jean Harlow
Unknown: Dennis Carson
Dennis Carson: Clark Gable
Vantine: Jean Harlow
Barbara Willis: Mary Astor
Gary Willis: Gene Raymond

: Meet Me in St Louis

Classic MGM musical starring
Judy Garland , Margaret O'Brien
The everyday adventures and romantic entanglements of the Smith family in tum-of-the-century St Louis.
Director Vincente Minnelli (1944) * FILM REVIEWS pages 53-56 They Live by Night: Friday at 12.35am

Contributors

Unknown: Judy Garland
Unknown: Margaret O'Brien
Director: Vincente Minnelli
Esther Smith: Judy Garland
Tootie Smith: Margaret O'Brien
Mrs Anna Smith: Mary Astor
Rose Smith: Lucille Bremer
JohnTruett: Tom Drake

: Rugby Special

Highlights of yesterday's Pilkington Cup semi-finals. Favourites Bath, winners eight times in the past 11 years, travel to face Harlequins, three-times finalists in the 1990s, while Leicester, runners-upforthe last two years, take on Wasps at Welford Road. Introduced by John Inverdale.
Editor Gerard Lane Stereo ...............

Contributors

Introduced By: John Inverdale.
Editor: Gerard Lane Stereo

: The Natural World

Jewels of the Caribbean
Once the haunt of buccaneers in search of pirates' booty, the tropical seas of the Caribbean harbour livingjewels - fish that glint with spectral colours around a coral reef that forms a backdrop to dolphins, manatees and sperm whales. Narrated by Joss Ackland. See today's choices. Executive producer John Sparks

Contributors

Unknown: Joss Ackland.
Producer: John Sparks

: London's Marathon

Highlights of today's race when thousands of runners faced the challenge ofa 26.2-mile course

: The Money Programme

A new generation of advertising is hitting cinema screens, poster boards and television. It is cynical and nihilistic, and directed at "generation X", the key 18- to 29-year-old consumers who currently spend nearly£2 billion a year. Advertisers believe this group's attitudes to advertising and branding are sophisticated and sceptical, makingit hard to pitch their ads successfully. Jane Robins looks at how different companies are approaching this market and asks whether it is necessary for advertisers to use images of death and violence. Producer Gill Holmes ; Editor Jane Ellison
TRANSCRIPT: for details about obtaining transcript ofthis programme, please telephone [number removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Jane Robins
Producer: Gill Holmes
Editor: Jane Ellison

: Moving Pictures

This week's programme features an interview with Woody Allen , who talks about his new comedy Bullets over Broadway. There is also a visit to
Johannesburg to find out how South
African film-makers are respondingto the end of apartheid. Plus Hollywood directors, producers, studio bosses and critics explain why The Tourist remains the best script never made. Presented by Howard Schuman.
Director Michael Martin ; Producer Saskia Baron

Contributors

Unknown: Woody Allen
Presented By: Howard Schuman.
Director: Michael Martin
Producer: Saskia Baron

: The Trial of O J Simpson

The week's events in the Los Angeles courtroom where 0 J Simpson is on trial forthe murder of his formerwife Nicole and herfriend Ronald Goldman. With commentary by Sue Ellicott . Series producerJaney Walker

Contributors

Unknown: J Simpson
Unknown: Ronald Goldman.
Commentary By: Sue Ellicott
Producer: Janey Walker

: Life after Life

The second film in the new season of Screen Two is a moving and funny drama written by Graham Reid.
Leo Doyle , in his mid-30s and single, is released into ceasefire Belfast after serving a life sentence for an IRA murder. Desperate fora new cause, he tries to rekindle an affair with his ex-fiancee. See today's choices.
DirectorTim Fywell; Executive producers
Robert Cooper , George Faber

Contributors

Written By: Graham Reid.
Written By: Leo Doyle
Producers: Robert Cooper
Producers: George Faber
Leo Doyle: Lorcan Cranitch
Ronnie Mercer: Jonathan Arun
Paddy John O'Neill: Des McAleer
RoisinDonaghy: Michelle Fairley
Frances Doyle: Bridget Turner
Brendan Doyle: Trevor Moore
Mary Cadin: Ingrid Craigie
Malachy Doyle: John Hewitt
John Sterling: Andrew Roddy
Andrew Martin: Conor Mullen
Liam: B J Hogg
Dolores Brennan: Aingeal Grehan
Constable Ian Wylie: Vincent Higgins
Constable Yvonne Wycliffe: Abbie Spallen
TonyCariin: Gerard Horan
Margaret O'Neill: Marie Jones
Michael O'Neill: Robert Donovan
MrMoloney: George Shane
Biff Donaghy: Alan McKee
Mickey: Mark Kane
Kev: Danny Lunny

: Close-Up

Anotherfavourite movie moment.
Tonight, Denis Healey chooses a scene from Les Diaboliques.
The next Close-Up is tomorrow at 7.55pm

Contributors

Unknown: Denis Healey

: Franz Kafka's It's a Wonderful Life

A Bafta-winning film from the Tartan Shorts series, also nominated for an
Academy Award this year for Best Short Film. Richard E Grant stars as Franz Kafka, stumbling over the completion of the first sentence in his masterpiece Metamorphosis. With Ken Stott, Elaine Collins, Phyllis Logan and Crispin Letts.
Written and directed by Peter Capaldi; Producer Ruth Kenley-Letts

Contributors

Unknown: Richard E Grant
Unknown: Franz Kafka
Unknown: Ken Stott
Unknown: Phyllis Logan
Unknown: Crispin Letts.
Directed By: Peter Capaldi
Producer: Ruth Kenley-Letts

: La Grande Illusion

French film director Jean Renoir introduces Renoir, a short season of his films, beginning with this anti-war classic starring Jean Gabin, Erich von Stroheim, Pierre Fresnay
Two French officers are shot down over Germany and taken prisoner-of-war. The aristocratic Boeidieu appears to have more in common with the Prussian commandant, Von Rauffenstein, than with his down-to-earth companions, but his determination to help their escape plans is never in doubt.
(In French with English subtitles) (1937) (B/W)
The subject .... Jean Renoir is the subject of Omnibus, Tuesday BBC
FILM REVIEWS pages 53-56
Barry Norman : page 50

Contributors

Director: Jean Renoirintroduces Renoir
Unknown: Jean Gabin
Unknown: Erich von Stroheim
Unknown: Pierre Fresnay
Unknown: Von Rauffenstein
Unknown: Jean Renoir
Unknown: Barry Norman
Marechal: Jean Gabin
Von Rauffenstein: Erich von Stroheim
Captain de Boeidieu: Pierre Fresnay
Rosenthal: null Dalio
Demolder: Sylvain Itkine
Arthur Krantz: Werner Florian








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