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: Open University

6.15 Pure Maths 9181951 6.40 Maths Methods 6391777 7.05 Developing
World 5124135 7.30 Biology Is Seeing Believing? 4717203 7.55 Maarten Van Heemskerck Humanism and Painting 1252661 8.20 Death and Dying One Fact, Many Facets 4054319 8.45
Child Development

: Jackanory

9.10 Sophie Aldred (of Doctor Who fame) reads Potion Commotion by Jonathan Allen ,

Contributors

Unknown: Sophie Aldred
Unknown: Jonathan Allen

: Phantom 2040

Animation.
9.50 Highly Sprung One Minute
Wonders sees Paul Hendyfindingout how many balloons can be burst in 60 seconds. Last of the series,
10.15 Grange Hill The anti-smoking campaign sweeps through the school.
Written by Rosemary Mason The current Grange Hill is on Tuesday at 5. 1 0pm. BBC 1
10.40 The Ant and Dec Show Rod Hull with Emu and singerSoniajoin hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly.
11.05 Short Change This week, are scratchcards addictive, are children under too much pressure to succeed at school and do fan clubs offer value for money?
11.30 Top Score The problems posed by staging Mimi's tragic death in Puccini's La Bohème feature in the fifth of a six-part introduction to opera. Hosted by Jeremy Guscott and featuring Luciano Pavarotti.
Stereo.....

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Hendyfindingout
Unknown: Grange Hill
Written By: Rosemary Mason
Unknown: Grange Hill
Unknown: Rod Hull
Unknown: Declan Donnelly.
Unknown: Jeremy Guscott
Unknown: Luciano Pavarotti.

: Star Trek

Court Martial. Kirk is charged with murder after a former close friend dies during a Violent Storm. Rpt Star Trek: the Next Generation, Wednesday at 6.00pm

: Police Squad

Spoof police comedy starring Leslie Nielsen that led to the the Naked Gun film series. A Substantial Gift. Detective Frank Drebin faces a beautiful blonde while investigating a murder. Rpt ....

Contributors

Unknown: Leslie Nielsen
Unknown: Frank Drebin

: Singled Out

American datinggame show Followed by The Family Album

: Holiday Outings

Jill Dando visits Torquay.

Contributors

Unknown: Jill Dando

: Around Westminster

The parliamentary review programme, presented by Jon Sopel REGIONAL PROGRAMMES

Contributors

Presented By: Jon Sopel

: South of Westminster

Reports and analysis of the week's political events in the south.
Presented by Bruce Parker

Contributors

Presented By: Bruce Parker

: The Vanishing Partridge

Following conservation project that looked into the decline in numbers of the grey partridge. Rpt .....

: King of Kings

Nicholas Ray 's filmed portrayal of the life of Jesus Christ, starring
Jeffrey Hunter , Siobhan McKenna
Showing in widescreen format.
Jesus Christ JEFFREY HUNTER, Mary SIOBHAN
MCKENNA, Pontius Pilate HURD HATFIELD, Herodias
RITA GAM, Barabbas HARRY GUARDINO , Judas RIP
TORN, John the Baptist ROBERT RYAN
(1961, U) ♦ See Films: pages 44-48 ****

Contributors

Unknown: Nicholas Ray
Unknown: Jeffrey Hunter
Unknown: Siobhan McKenna
Unknown: Mary Siobhan
Unknown: Barabbas Harry Guardino
Unknown: Robert Ryan

: Rugby Special

Highlights of yesterday's Five Nations Championship matches, with Scotland vEngland at Murrayfield, and Ireland v Wales in Dublin. With John Inverdale.
EditorGerardLane Stereo ....

Contributors

Unknown: John Inverdale.

: The Natural World: Crossroads of Nancite

An ongoing survival struggle between species from North and South America has as its battlefield a strip of land on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica. The animal community includes monkeys that can pose a threat even to the formidable jaguar and a 50,000-strong army of turtles that arrives each year to lay its eggs on the beach. Narrated by Andrew Sachs. See today's choices.
(Subtitled)

Contributors

Narrator: Andrew Sachs.
Producer: Martin Dohrn
Executive Producer: John Sparks

: The Big Trip

Seventh of an eight-part travel series. In Borneo, Helen and Alison venture underground where the caves are five times the size ofSt Paul's Cathedral, and probe deep in the jungle to stay with a tribe of former headhunters. The
Cuban capital of Havana welcomes
Andrew and Matt where they tourthe city in a classic carand sample some salsa action on the dance floor. In
Senegal, Ade and Paul explore Dakar, buy love potions from a local priest and watch a spectacular wrestling match. Series producer Nicola Moody Final part tomorrow at6.45pm Stereo

: Wheeler on America

Charles Wheeler looks at the civil rights movement in the third offive examinations of American society. America's Long March. President
Johnson's Voting Rights Act of was the most far-reaching legislation of his term of office. But blacks in the ghettos saw few improvements in their quality of life, leadingto riots, racial tensions, a white backlash and the murderin 1968 of Dr Martin Luther
King. Wheeler examines how those events have shaped politics today and looks at Louis Farrakhan , the radical leader of the Nation of Islam.
Producer David Taylor

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Wheeler
Unknown: Dr Martin Luther
Unknown: Louis Farrakhan
Producer: David Taylor

: The Money Programme

Growing, Growing.... Gone!
Whatever happened to organic food? Exactly 15 years ago, organics were first stocked by supermarkets. Yet today, despite constant food scares, retailers have backed out and sales are extremely low. Janet Trewin reports. Producer Sarah Topalian ; Editor
JaneEllison Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Janet Trewin
Producer: Sarah Topalian

: Clive Anderson Is Our Man in....

The Bronx
Clive Anderson's look at conditions in four of the world's most notorious cities begins in the New York borough.
Infamous for murder and drugs and a no-go area forthe city's yellow cabs, it is a place he is advised to avoid when he canvasses opinions on Wall Street. But Anderson meets the doctor who prefers it to wealthy Manhattan, residents who have reclaimed their streets from the criminals, and the developerwho has found a potential gold mine in the ruined areas of the city. Director/Series producer Paul Sommers
* See This Week: page 8

Contributors

Producer: Paul Sommers

: Cricket: World Cup

England face Pakistan in theirfinal group match. Hopes of qualifyingfor the knockout stages could depend on beatingthe world champions. Hosted from Karachi by Tony Lewis

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Lewis

: Honkytonk Man

Drama directed by and starring Clint Eastwood
Also starring Kyle Eastwood Oklahoma in the thirties. Red Stovall is a hard-drinking country singer, dreaming of making it to Nashville's Grand 01' Opry. Dropping in at his sister'sfarm, he recruits his 1 4-year-old nephewtojoin him on his travels. (1982,15)
♦See Films: pages 44-48
Followed by The Family Album
Auschwitz survivor Wolf Raychbart talks about two treasured mementos.

Contributors

Unknown: Clint Eastwood
Talks: Wolf Raychbart
Red Stovall: Clint Eastwood
Whit: Kyle Eastwood
Grandpa: John McIntire
Marlene: Alex Akenin
Emmy: Verna Bloom
Virgil: Matt Clark
Derwood Arnspriger: Barry Corbin
Highway patrolman: Tim Thomerson

: Weatherview

: The Big Bang

Documentary.
James Toback describes his film as a "movie about creation and disintegration, God, life, love, sex, crime, death, madness -everything". Interviewees include film producer Don Simpson (who died recently), mobsterTonySirico, (who appeared in Martin Scorsese 's GoodFellas), concentration camp survivor Barbara Traub , and boxer/writer Jose Torres.
(1989) .... * See Films: pages 44-48 ***

Contributors

Unknown: James Toback
Producer: Don Simpson
Unknown: Martin Scorsese
Unknown: Barbara Traub
Unknown: Jose Torres.

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