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: Open University

6.00 Computers Operating Systems 2411281 6.25 Maths Equivalence
Relations 2503216 6.50 Learning for All Children First Subtitled 9148179 7.15 The
Academy of Waste? 7447945 7.40
Science and Nuclear Waste
8.05 Rural Life Image and Reality
8.30 Social Scientists at Work
9.20 Japanese Education Changing the Mould 5455277 9.45 Powers of the President Carter and Reagan subtnied 7544397 10.35 The World of the Dragon subtitled 1802533 11.00 Modelling in the Money Markets Subtitled 5732858 11.25 AnAtoZofEnglish 8216200 11.50 Passionate about L8

: Grand Prix

Live coverage from Monza of the qualifying session for tomorrow's Italian Grand Prix. With only three races to go in the world championship, Formula One arrives at the fastest track of all. The drivers have just this one hour-long session to set the times that will decide their grid positions for tomorrow's race.
Commentary by Tony Jardine ,
Jonathan Palmer and Murray Walker. Live coverage of the race can be seen tomorrow in Sunday Grandstand at 12.35pm.
Producer Mark Wilkin ; Executive producer Jim Reside

Contributors

Commentary: Tony Jardine
Commentary: Jonathan Palmer
Commentary: Murray Walker
Producer: Mark Wilkin
Executive Producer: Jim Reside

: Film 96 with Barry Norman

The film review programme returns, with Barry Norman looking back at the summer of blockbuster special-effects offerings and reviewing the week's new releases. These include John Travolta in Phenomenon, Sharon Stone in Diabolique, and Nick Nolte and Melanie Griffith in Mulholland Falls.

The film version of John Grisham's first novel, A Time to Kill, recently opened in the United States and Tom Brook meets its stars - Sandra Bullock, Samuel L Jackson and new heart-throb Matthew McConaughey.

Plus, reporter Katie Derham joins Film 96 and looks back at the hits and misses of the summer.
(Shown last Monday on BBC1)

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Norman
Unknown: John Travolta
Unknown: Sharon Stone
Unknown: Nick Nolte
Unknown: Melanie Griffith
Unknown: John Grisham
Unknown: Sandra Bullock
Unknown: Samuel L Jackson
Unknown: Matthew McConaughey.
Reporter: Katie Derham

: On an Island with You

Musical starring Esther Williams, Peter Lawford
Filming on location in Hawaii, Hollywood movie star Rosalind Reynolds is enjoying the exotic scenery and her romance with co-star Ricardo Montez. Then she's introduced to a handsome naval officer and romantic complications ensue.
(1948) (Subtitled)
See Films: pages 52-59 ***

Contributors

Director: Richard Thorpe
Rosalind Reynolds: Esther Williams
Lt Larry Kingslee: Peter Lawford
Ricardo Montez: Ricardo Montalban
Buckley: Jimmy Durante
Yvonne: Cyd Charisse
Commander Harrison: Leon Ames
Penelope Peabody: Kathryn Beaumont
George Blaine: Dick Simmons

: Cricket

Live coverage from Lord's of the NatWest Trophyfinal between Essex and Lancashire. With commentary by Jack Bannister , Richie Benaud ,
Geoffrey Boycott and David Gower. Introduced by Tony Lewis.
TV presentation Alan Griffiths : Executive producer Keith Mackenzie
Videopluscodefor3.20-S.00pm Videoplus code for 3.20-6.20 (not PDC) ....
6.20-8.00 (not PDC)

Contributors

Commentary By: Jack Bannister
Commentary By: Richie Benaud
Commentary By: Geoffrey Boycott
Commentary By: David Gower.
Introduced By: Tony Lewis.
Unknown: Alan Griffiths
Producer: Keith MacKenzie

: BBC Proms 96

The Rotterdam Philharmonic
Orchestra, making its British television debut, is conducted by Valery Gergiev in a programme of Russian and French music. The concert is introduced by Christopher Warren-Green , leader of the Philharmonia Orchestra, and begins with Prokofiev's Symphony No 6, the composer's most tragic, emotional and structurally complex work, written during the last years of the Second World War.
This is followed by the European premiere of an orchestration by the contemporary Russian composer Edison Denisov of Musorgsky's The Nursery, sung by the young Russian soprano Anna Netrebko. The concert finishes with a performance of Debussy's atmospheric evocation of the sea, La Mer. During the interval.
Christopher Warren-Green's travel diary records his bike trip to the Netherlands. See today's choices. Director David Stevens
SIMULTANEOUS BROADCAST: with Radio 3
♦ A chance to win a champagne evening of Proms in Hyde Park: page 36
As the Prom concert is live, the start time of The Godfather may be delayed

Contributors

Conducted By: Valery Gergiev
Introduced By: Christopher Warren-Green
Unknown: Edison Denisov
Soprano: Anna Netrebko.
Unknown: Christopher Warren-Green
Director: David Stevens

: The Godfather Part III

Francis Ford Coppola 's finale to The Godfather saga, starring Al Pacino
Diane Keaton ,
Andy Garcia New York, 1979: Michael Corleone , in a search for respectability, seeks away out of his criminal empire. But it's difficult to break with the family tradition. Inevitably, the tentacles of the old business prove all-embracing and powerful, with fatal consequences.
(1990.15) Stereo * See Films: pages 52-59 ***
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Unknown: Francis Ford Coppola
Unknown: Al Pacino
Unknown: Diane Keaton
Unknown: Andy Garcia
Unknown: Michael Corleone
Michael Corleone: Al Pacino
Kay Adams: Diane Keaton
Vincent Mancini: Andy Garcia
Connie Corleone Rizzi: Talia Shire
Don Altobello: Eli Wallach
Joey Zasa: Joe Mantegna
B J Harrison: George Hamilton
Grace Hamilton: Bridget Fonda
Mary Corleone: Sofia Coppola
Cardinal Lamberto: Raf Vallone
Anthony Corleone: Franc D'Ambrosio
Archbishop Gilday: Donal Donnelly
Al Neri: Richard Bright
Frederick Keinzig: Helmut Berger
Dominic Abbandando: Don Novello
Andrew Hagan: John Savage
Calo: Franco Citti
Mosca: Mario Donatone
Don Tommasino: Vittorio Duse
Licio Lucchesi: Enzo Robutti
Spara: Michele Russo
Johnny Fontane: Al Martino
Lou Pennino: Robert Cicchini
Father John: Robert Vento
Party politician: Willie Brown
Lucy Mancini: Jeannie Linero
Camerlengo cardinal: Remo Remotti
Francesca Corleone: Jeanne Savarino Pesch
Kathryn Corleone: Janet Savarino Smith
Teresa Hagen: Tere L Baker
Albert Volpe: Carmine Caridi
Frank Romano: Don Costello
Leo Cune: Al Ruscio








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