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: Open University

8.20 Developing World Out of Development? 3586138 8.45 Drifting
Continents 6505206 9.100urHealthin OurHands 5081848 9.35Becominga Student

: Asia Two

A season of Asian cultural shows.
10.00 Chanakya The epic saga set in ancient India continues. Chanakya's aim to unite the country creates enemies. In
Hindi with English Subtitles.
10.40 Video Byte Pop videos from the UK, India and Pakistan. Stereo ....
10.50 Network East Asian arts show, today featuring an exhibition of photos capturingthe private side of Indian political and spiritual leader
Mahatma Gandhi. Plus, profiles of three artists who have overcome disabilities to excel in theirchosen fields, and music from
Punjabi folk singer Gurdas Mann. Hosted by Sujata Barot and Sanjeev Bhaskar.
Series producer Paresh Solanki

Contributors

Leader: Mahatma Gandhi.
Singer: Gurdas Mann.
Singer: Sanjeev Bhaskar.

: Film 95 with Barry Norman

Including reviews of To Die For, starring Nicole Kidman , Under Siege 2, starring
Steven Segal , and French Kiss, a comedy starring Kevin Kline and Meg Ryan. Shown last Monday on BBC 1

Contributors

Unknown: Nicole Kidman
Unknown: Steven Segal
Unknown: Kevin Kline
Unknown: Meg Ryan.

: Saturday Matinee: Odd Man Out

Drama, first in a double-bill starring James Mason
Johnny McQueen , idealist leader of "the organisation", hasescaped from prison. During a hold-up to obtain funds he is shot, badly wounded and left in the street by a fellow gang member. From then on, he is hunted without mercy.
DirectorCarol Reed (1946) B/W Subtitled . ♦ See Films: pages 67-74 ***** * See Barry Norman : page 64

Contributors

Unknown: James Mason
Unknown: Johnny McQueen
Unknown: Barry Norman
Johnny: James Mason
Lukey: Robert Newton
Kathleen: Kathleen Ryan
Dennis: Robert Beatty
Shell: Fj McCormick
Granny: Kitty Kirwan
Rosie: Fay Compton
Maudie: Beryl Measor
Father Tom: Wg Fay

: Saturday Matinee: Island in the Sun

Drama, the second in a double bill starring James Mason
Also starring Joan Fontaine
Set on the British-ruled island of Santa
Marta in the West Indies, the film examines how the jealousies and passions caused by inter-racial love affect the island's ruling family, as well as the locals.
Director Robert Rossen (1957)
* See Films: pages 67 -74

Contributors

Unknown: James Mason
Unknown: Joan Fontaine
Director: Robert Rossen
Maxwell Fleury: James Mason
Mavis: Joan Fontaine
Jocelyn: Joan Collins
David Boyeur: Harry Belafonte
Margot Seaton: Dorothy Dandridge
Hilary Carson: Michael Rennie
Euan Templeton: Stephen Boyd
Sylvia: Patricia Owens

: The Oprah Winfrey Show

Oprah hears from a man who describes how his black father passed as white and how his own life changed when the truth emerged. Stereo Subtitled ....

: TOTP2

Highlights from Thursday's Topofthe Pops and hits from the past. Stereo ....

: Snooker

Host David Vine introduces highlights from the Crowtree Leisure Centre,
Sunderland, of the opening session in this afternoon's Grand Prix semi-final.
Producer David Wood ; EditorRickWaumsley

Contributors

Introduces: David Vine
Producer: David Wood

: Pride and Prejudice

Fifth in Andrew Davies's six-part adaptation of Jane Austen's novel.
Darcy is pleased to introduce Elizabeth to his sister Georgiana, and to welcome her, her aunt and her uncle to Pemberley. In spite of Miss Bingley's best efforts, their relationship grows warmer, until Elizabeth receives a piece of distressing news from Longbourn.
Shown last Sunday on BBC 1. For final part and cast see tomorrow at 9.00pm on BBC 1
♦ See This Week: pages 8 and 14 ♦ Competitions and Offers: page

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Davies
Unknown: Jane Austen

: News and Sport

Presented by Chris Lowe. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish ..............

Contributors

Presented By: Chris Lowe.

: The Boss

Last of a six-part series in which bosses turn a video camera on themselves.
A Head's Tale. HeadteacherPat
Collings faces a stressful year.
Responsible for a large comprehensive school in south Derby, she has many day-to-day demands on hertime: implementing changes in education policy, completing paperwork, balancing a dwindling budget, and bolsteringthe morale ofthe staff.
Unforeseen complications, such as havingto advise on shelf construction in the canteen, distract herfrom the task of maintaining staff numbers without compromising quality.
She is also concerned that the long and gruelling hours she works are taking a toll on her private life. This documentary combines an examination of education in the 1990s with a portrait of a woman who worries about the sacrifices she has had to make.
Producer Edi Smockum; Series producer Bob Long

: Performance

Henry IV
Director John Caird 's adaptation of Shakespeare's two-part work - telling the story of a young man's elevation from immature prince to responsible king - explores timeless themes against the brutal backdrop of medieval England. See today's choices.
Producer Annie Castledlne
Paul Eddington is interviewed by Jeremy Isaacs in Face to Face on Monday at 11.15pm
♦The Andrew Duncan Interview with Paul Eddington : page 18
Includingfrom 9.35-9.40pm Next
Occupying a five-minute interval is this short Shakespearean animation.
First shown on Channel 4

Contributors

Director: John Caird
Producer: Annie Castledlne
Unknown: Paul Eddington
Interviewed By: Jeremy Isaacs
Unknown: Andrew Duncan
Unknown: Paul Eddington
Sir John Falstaff: David Calder
King Henry IV: Ronald Pickup
Hal: Jonathan Firth
Hotspur: Rufus Sewell
Mistress Quickly: Elizabeth Spriggs
Doll Tearsheet: Jane Horrocks
Robert Shallow: Paul Eddington
Kate: Josette Simon
Earl of Worcester: Corin Redgrave
Earl of Northumberland: Joseph O'Conor
Earl of Warwick: John Woodvine
Lord Chief Justice: Peter Jeffrey
Bardolph: Geoffrey Hutchings
Pistol: Simon McBurney
Silence: James Grout

: Have I Got News for You

Angus Deayton presides overthe return of the topical, satirical news quiz. Paul Merton and Ian Hislop 's guests this week are TV presenters Gordon Kennedy and Paula Yates.
Shown yesterday Stereo ...................

Contributors

Unknown: Angus Deayton
Unknown: Paul Merton
Unknown: Ian Hislop
Presenters: Gordon Kennedy
Presenters: Paula Yates.

: Snooker

The second semi-final is played to a finish this evening in the Grand Prix at Crowtree Leisure Centre, Sunderland.
Hosted by David Vine.

Contributors

Unknown: David Vine.

: Hell in the Pacific

Second World War drama starring Lee Marvin
Toshiro Mif une
At the height of the battle for the Pacific, an American pilot and a Japanese naval officer come face to face on an uninhabited island. Their impersonal war becomes a conflict between two men strugglingfor survival. Showing in widescreen format.
Director John Boorman (1968) .... ♦See Films: pages 67-74

Contributors

Unknown: Lee Marvin
Unknown: Toshiro Mif
Director: John Boorman

: The Big Bus

Spoof disaster movie starringjoseph Bologna
Stockard Channing
Cyclops, the worlds first nuclear powered bus, is about to set off on its maiden voyage from New York to
Denver, Colorado. Unfortunatelyforthe co-drivers and the passengers, a gang is out to destroy the bus for some international oil companies.
Director James Frawley (1976) ........... ♦ See Films: pages 67-74 ****

Contributors

Director: James Frawley
Dan Torrance: Joseph Bologna
Kitty Baxter: Stockard Channing
Shoulders: John Beck
Father Kudos :: Rene Auberjonois
Shorty Scotty: Ned Beatty
Dr Kurtz: Bob Dishy
Ironman: Jose Ferrer
Old lady: Ruth Gordon
Professor Baxter: Harold Gould
Parking lot doctor: Larry Hagman
Sybil Crane: Sally Kellerman
Camille Levy: Lynn Redgrave

: Grand Prix

Live coverage of the Japanese Grand Prix - the penultimate race of the Formula One season - in front of 100,000 fervent motor racingfans in Suzuka. Commentary by Murray Walker , Jonathan Palmer and Tony Jardine. Introduced by Steve Rider. The whole race will be repeated at 8.00am. Producer Mark Wilkin ; Executive producer
Jim Reside

Contributors

Commentary By: Murray Walker
Commentary By: Jonathan Palmer
Commentary By: Tony Jardine.
Introduced By: Steve Rider.
Producer: Mark Wilkin








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