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: Open University

6.15 Pure Maths 9690659 6.40 Maths
Models 6893185 7.05 Developing World 5626543 7.30 Biology Form and Function 4219611 7.55 Christopher Plantin ,
Polyglot Printer of Antwerp 1761369 8.20 Animal Behaviour 4556727 8.45 Making Readers for Life

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Plantin

: Jackanory

9.10 TV presenter
Floella Benjamin reads the self-penned Coming to England, about her early life after arrivingfrom Trinidad,

Contributors

Presenter: Floella Benjamin

: Phantom 2040

Animation set in a contaminated future,

: The All New Popeye Show

Cartoon misadventures with the sailor.
National Science Week

: It'll Never Work Design Awards

An awards ceremony that pays tribute to the useless ideas of young inventors.
Science minister Ian Taylor , astronomer Patrick Moore and Derek Robinson of London's Science Museum help select a winner from a shortlist of six. Hosted by Sally Gray , Jez Nelson and Angela Lamont. Repeated next Sunday Stereo ..............

Contributors

Unknown: Ian Taylor
Unknown: Patrick Moore
Unknown: Derek Robinson
Unknown: Sally Gray
Unknown: Jez Nelson
Unknown: Angela Lamont.

: Grange Hill

School drama. Ziggy has a mad idea for revenge on Imelda.
Written by Margaret Simpson The current Grange Hill is Tuesday at 5.10pm. BBC Rpt Subtitled.

Contributors

Written By: Margaret Simpson
Ziggy: George Wilson
Robbie: John Alford
Zammo: Lee MacDonald
Fay: Alison Bettles
Mr King: David Straun

: The Ant and Dec Show

With guests
DJ/TV host Pat Sharp and illusionist Russ Stevens.

Contributors

Unknown: Pat Sharp
Unknown: Russ Stevens.

: Short Change

A survey on the millions of pounds children have secreted away in their bedrooms.

: Star Trek

Space Seed. A drifting spaceship bearing a race of genetically superior humans threatens the Enterprise's safety.
Star Trek: the Next Generation. Wednesday at 6.00pm

: Police Squad

Rendezvous at Big Gulch. Drebin opens a locksmith's shop in an attempt to trap a band of ruthless racketeers. Rpt.

: Singled Out

American dating game show

: Holiday Outings

John Pitman is in Switzerland. Rpt54i
Followed by The Family Album
The series ends with six generations of a closely knit Liverpudlian family.

Contributors

Unknown: John Pitman

: South of Westminster

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

Contributors

Presented By: Bruce Parker.

: Around Westminster

The parliamentary review programme, presented by Jon Sopel REGIONAL PROGRAMMES

Contributors

Presented By: Jon Sopel

: Judgment at Nuremberg

Oscar-winning drama starring Spencer Tracy
Burt Lancaster , Richard Widmark
In 1948, fourGerman judges are tried for crimes against humanity duringthe
Second World War. In widescreen format. Judge Dan Haywood
SPENCER TRACY , Ernst Janning BURT LANCASTER. Colonel Tad Lawson RICHARD WIDMARK, Mme Bertholt MARLENE DIETRICH
DirectorStanley Kramer (1961, PG) B/W. * See Films: pages 57-62 ****

Contributors

Unknown: Spencer Tracy
Unknown: Burt Lancaster
Unknown: Richard Widmark
Unknown: Spencer Tracy
Unknown: Ernst Janning
Unknown: Burt Lancaster.
Unknown: Richard Widmark,
Unknown: Marlene Dietrich
Unknown: Directorstanley Kramer

: Rugby Special

The best of the action from this weekend'sfinal round of matches in the 1996 Five Nations Championship. England pursue the Triple Crown when they take on Ireland at Twickenham, while Wales face France in Cardiff.
Presented by John Inverdale.
EditorGerardLane

Contributors

Presented By: John Inverdale.

: The Natural World

Bowerbird: Brilliant Rainforest
In Australia's Lamington
National Park, three neighbours go about their daily lives. The bowerbird tends his bachelor pad; the scrub turkey defends his compost heap; and the echidna cares for her unusual baby. See today's choices. Producer Clive Bromhall ; Executive producer
JohnSparks Stereo

Contributors

Producer: Clive Bromhall

: Crufts

The announcement of the Best in Show dominates live coverage from the NEC in Birmingham as the annual dog show reaches its climax. Other categories to be decided are the Working, Terrier and Hound groups. With Peter Purves , Jessica Holm and Mike Stockman.

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Purves
Unknown: Jessica Holm
Unknown: Mike Stockman.

: Clive Anderson Is Our Man in ...

Beirut. Clive Anderson's introduction to Beirut comes via a Muslim taxi driver whose mixed marriage has brought him death threats. Fifteen different ethnic and religious groups inhabit the city and they have in the past all engaged in bitter struggles for powerand territory. In the third of his four-part tour of the world's blackspots, he explores the war-scarred city with British journalist Giles Trendle , visitingthe gutted buildings now under reconstruction.
In contrast, he finds the rich seemingly untouched by the devastation.
Director Jeremy Lovering Stereo Subtitled 9298 14

Contributors

Unknown: Giles Trendle
Director: Jeremy Lovering

: The Money Programme

Blue Sky or Black Hole - Would We Have Funded Faraday?
Relations between science and industry have never been easy, but have the government's efforts to make scientific research more relevant to the working world made matters worse? Showingfor National Science Week. Producer Geoff Griffiths
Model Wars
Modelling agencies are battlingfor supremacy. Will an organisation such as IMG succeed with its revolutionary approach to the business? Orwill the more traditional agencies such as Elite win the day? Report by Janet Bush.
Series editor Jane Ellison
NATIONAL SCIENCE WEEK

Contributors

Producer: Geoff Griffiths
Unknown: Janet Bush.
Editor: Jane Ellison

: Horizon

Einstein: Miracle Year
A two-part Horizon special focusing on the contradictions in the work and private life of Albert Einstein. Archival material is combined with Andrew Sachs 's portrayal of the scientist. Aged 53, he reflects on a life of youthful rebellion and discoveries that changed perceptions of the universe. Part two is tomorrow at
8.00pm. See today's choices.
Producers Peter Jones, Tom Levenson; Series editor John Lynch Stereo TRANSCRIPT: send a cheque for £4.OO, payable to BSS, to Horizon Einstein , [address removed]. Allow 28 days for delivery.
# The secret life of Einstein: page 31

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Einstein.
Unknown: Andrew Sachs
Producers: Peter Jones
Producers: Tom Levenson
Unknown: Horizon Einstein

: Cricket: World Cup

The tournament to find one-day cricket's sixth world champions concludes with highlights from Lahore, Pakistan, of the final. Pakistan are the defending champions, while England have twice reached the final

: Cat Chaser

Thriller starring
Peter Weller , Kelly McGillis
George Moran has settled for the quiet life, running a hotel on Miami Beach. But his past comes back to haunt him following a chance encounter with the wife of the merciless former head of the secret police in the Dominican Republic.
Director Abel Ferrara (1989, 18)
? See Films: pages 57-62 **
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Director: Abel Ferrara
George Moran: Peter Weller
Mary de Boya: Kelly McGillis
Jiggs Scully: Charles Durning
Nolan Tyner: Frederic Forrest
Andres deBoya: Tomas Milian
Rafi: Juan Fernandez

: Act of Violence

Crime drama starring
Van Hef lin, Robert Ryan
A crippled Second World War veteran seeks revenge on the man who betrayed him and his PoW comrades during a prison break-out.
Director Fred Zinnemann (1949) B/W . ♦ See Films: pages 57-62

Contributors

Unknown: Van Hef
Unknown: Robert Ryan
Director: Fred Zinnemann
FrankREnley: Van Heflin
JoeParkson: Robert Ryan
Edith Enley: Janet Leigh
Pat: Mary Astor
Ann: Phyllis Thaxter
Johnny: Berry Kroeger
Gavery: Taylor Holmes

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