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: Open University

6.20 Maths: Modelling Cranes
6.45 Mantegna: the Triumphs of Caesar 7551875 7.10 Czech Education: After the Revolution 2689875 7.35 The Developing World: Gender Matters

: Breakfast News

With Signing. Subtitled ..................

: Children's BBC: The New Adventures of Black Beauty

Drama series. (Rpt) (Subtitled)

: The Champions

The fantasy spy series returns.
The Beginning. Three agents crash land in Tibet, where a stranger grants them miraculous powers. Rpt Subtitled.

: The Man from UNCLE: The Dippy Blonde Affair

Irreverent spy drama from the sixties.

Solo and Kuryakin try to capture a deadly ionising projection machine. (Rpt)

: Stingray

Stand by for Action. Agent X20 arranges for a film to be made in Marineville.

: Star Trek Animation

Cartoon adventures, stereo ........

: Sweet Talking

A look at the health issues surrounding the consumption of sugar. Rpt ...

: See Hear

Shown Sunday, 10.00am on BBC Stereo ...

: Educating Peter

Previously educated at special schools for the disabled, eight-year-old Peter spent a year at an ordinary school. This film shows how he progressed...........................

: Hell Drivers

Trucking thriller starring Stanley Baker, Herbert Lom

Ex-con Tom, who takes a job with a firm of unscrupulous haulage contractors, unwittingly offends the drivers' pecking order.
(1957) (B/W)
Film Reviews pages 43-50

Contributors

Director: C. Raker Endfield
Tom Yately: Stanley Baker
Gino: Herbert Lom
Lucy: Peggy Cummins
Red: Patrick McGoohan
Cartley: William Hartnell
Ed: Wilfrid Lawson
Dusty: Sidney James
Jill: Jill Ireland
Tinker: Alfie Bass
Scottie: Gordon Jackson
Jimmy Yately: David McCallum
Johnny: Sean Connery

: News

Regional News and Weather
Followed by Man on the Rim
Feathered Serpent. Dr Alan Thorne looks at the Olmec, Toltec and Mayan peoples of Mexico

Contributors

Unknown: Dr Alan Thorne

: Today's the Day

Nostalgia quiz show. COMPETITION LINE: [number removed] (calls cost 39p per minute cheap rate, 49p per minute at other times. Lines close at midnight).

: Esther

Discussion series, with Esther Rantzen.
Today's subject is surrogate motherhood.

: The Oprah Winfrey Show

A white student who posed as a black man to test racial discrimination talks to Oprah and her studio audience.

: Michael Barry's Choice Cuts

Favourite recipes from ten years of the Food and Drink series. Today, bread.
Producer Tim Hincks Rpt ...................

Contributors

Producer: Tim Hincks Rpt

: Secret Gardens

One hundred feet above Kensington High Street in London is a fantastic garden, remarkable for its very existence. Begun in 1938 on top of what was then the Derry and Toms department store, the garden has three different themes: Spanish, with its court of fountains and formal design; the red brick Tudor garden; and the English garden containing woodland, stream and ducks.

: Soirit of the Eagle

Adventure starring
Dan Haggerty
Bill Smith
Cartographer Big Eli McDonaugh is exploring the uncharted American wilderness when his son is kidnapped and sold to the Indians. With the help of his wilderness friends, he sets about tracking down the villains.
Director Boon Collins (1991)
* FILM REVIEWS pages 43-50

Contributors

Unknown: Dan Haggerty
Unknown: Bill Smith
Unknown: Cartographer Big Eli McDonaugh
Big Eli McDonaugh: Dan Haggerty
One-Eye: Bill Smith
Little Eli: Trevery Arrish
Watawna: Jeri Arrendondo
Weasel: Taylor Lacher
Jake: Ken Carpenter
RunningWolf: Don Shanks
Frenchy: Jack Gamby
Pierre: Paul Booth

: BBC Proms 1995: the Centenary Season

Esa-Pekka Salonen brings his gifts as a conductor of 20th century music to this live concert from the Royal Albert Hall , which includes a world premiere in the first half. Latvian-born GidonKremer is the soloist in Graal Theatre, a new violin concerto composed for him by Finnish composer Kaija Saariaho.
In this work, Saariaho forsakes electronics for a more traditional concerto form in which the violin interacts with the orchestra. "This is certainly a difficult piece to play but Gidon is a strong artist," says Saariaho.
The concert opens with Carl Nielsen 's He/ios overture. In the second half, Karol Szymanowski 's
Stabat mater is followed by the erotic Poem of Ecstasy by Alexander Skriabin. With the BBC Symphony
Orchestra, the BBC Symphony Chorus and soloists Judith Howarth (soprano), Randi Stene (mezzo-soprano) and Jason Howard (baritone), Introduced by Michael Berkeley who, in the interval, looks at new research into how and why we are moved by certain music. Director Barrie Gavin ; Executive producer
Jonathan Fuiford * SIMULTANEOUS BROADCAST: with Radio 3
As the Proms are live, subsequent programmes may run late

Contributors

Unknown: Esa-Pekka Salonen
Unknown: Albert Hall
Unknown: Kaija Saariaho.
Unknown: Carl Nielsen
Unknown: Karol Szymanowski
Unknown: Stabat Mater
Unknown: Alexander Skriabin.
Soloists: Judith Howarth
Mezzo-Soprano: Randi Stene
Baritone: Jason Howard
Introduced By: Michael Berkeley
Director: Barrie Gavin
Producer: Jonathan Fuiford

: Modern Times

A series about how we live now.
Weekenders. What is the weekend country cottage - a status symbol, a bolt hole, a nightmare?
As tired city dwellers set off in search of the peace and quiet of the country
Modern Times ponders the joys, pains and absurdities of the weekend cottage.
Seven contrasting families describe theiron-off love affairs with their rural retreats, a place to which they escape every Friday night in the hope that they will have two days of the quiet life. For some, the weekly escape is a nightmare of planning, while forteenagers the country is a place lacking in fun.
One couple found their country caravan such a relief that they didn't tell theirteenage sons where it was for fouryears. And there's businessman Ivan, forwhom the weekend means virtually a change of personality. He trades his Ferrari for a Morris Minor, changes his name to Ken and converts his dogSasha to country pooch Colin. Producer Lucy Blakstad ; Series editor
Stephen Lambert A new series of Modern Times begins in the autumn
Followed by Video Nation Shorts

Contributors

Producer: Lucy Blakstad
Editor: Stephen Lambert

: Newsnight

The topical news analysis programme, featuring interviews with leading political figures and debate on the stories behind the headlines. Presented by PeterSnow.

: Edinburgh Nights

It's the final week of the Edinburgh
International Festival and Emma Freud brings more highlights from the worlds of theatre, film, music, dance, comedy and visual arts.
Tonight's programme features
American dancer and choreographer Bill T Jones , staring death in the face with his latest and most controversial show. Plus eating out with Hollywood's quirky geniuses the Coen Brothers,
Peter Schreier and Andras Schiff with a sample of their Schubert song cycles, and the best ofthe Fringe.
Producer Louise Wardle ; Editor John Archer

Contributors

Unknown: Emma Freud
Unknown: Bill T Jones
Unknown: Peter Schreier
Unknown: Andras Schiff
Producer: Louise Wardle
Editor: John Archer

: Weatherview

: Open University

12.00 Greenberg on Art Criticism Eminent American art critic
Clement Greenbergdiscusses the theory and practice of art criticism

Contributors

Unknown: Clement Greenbergdiscusses








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