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: Open University

6.20 The Baptistery, Padua Rpt 7813884 6.45 A Day in the Life 6013068 7.10 Age and Identity
Subtitled

: Open Saturday

The World of Music. Howard Stableford introduces a celebration of world music, from a brass band from Wales and the folksong of Scotland, to Indian raga and the music of Mali. Performed by composer/performer Nitin Sawhney , flautist Kate Lukas and trumpeter
Crispian Steele-Perkins . stereo .... INFORMATION: call [number removed] for a free brochure, and see Ceefax page
WEB SITE: http://www/open.ac.uk/saturday/

Contributors

Unknown: Nitin Sawhney
Unknown: Kate Lukas
Unknown: Crispian Steele-Perkins

: The Wreck of the Stella

Documentary about the London and Southwestern Rail Company mail boat that sank in the Channel in 1899, and divers' attempts, 70 years later, to locate the wreck ofthe Stella

: The Phil Silvers Show

Bilko the Male Model. Bilko finds he is in demand as a fashion model.
Blackandwhite Repeat

: Hancock's Half Hour: The Succession: Son and Heir.

Hancock decides he wants an heir.
(Black and white) (Repeat)

: Parkinson: a Tribute to Robert Mitchum

As a prelude to a season offilms starring Robert Mitchum , Michael Parkinson presents highlights of his 1972 interview with the film star who died earlierthis month.
Parkinson: a Tribute to James Stewart is on BBC1 at 10.50pm.................. * Tough guy with a tender heart: page 43

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Mitchum
Unknown: Michael Parkinson
Unknown: James Stewart

: Build My Gallows High

Classic film noir. This first of today's Saturday Matinee double bill launches a short season offilms showing as a tribute to Robert Mitchum , who died earlierthis month. Starring Robert Mitchum
Former private detective Jeff Bailey , now a garage owner, finds his violent past catching up with him when he is recognised by one of his customers.
Director Jacques Toumeur (1947, PG)
Black and white
* See Films: pages 46-56

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Mitchum
Unknown: Robert Mitchum
Unknown: Jeff Bailey
Director: Jacques Toumeur
Jeff Bailey: Robert Mitchum
Kathie Moffett: Jane Greer
Whit Sterling: Kirk Douglas
Meta Carson: Rhonda Fleming
Jim: Richard Webb

: Rampage

Jungle adventure, the second in a Saturday Matinee double bill showing as part of a short series of films starring the late Robert Mitchum Harry Stanton , a big-game trapper, is hired by a German zoo to capture a rare Malaysian big cat. Joining him on the expedition are Otto, an ageing hunter, and his beautiful companion, Anna.
DirectorPhil Karlson (1963).............. The Robert Mitchum season continues with The Racket, on Monday at4pm
* See Films: pages 46-56 **

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Mitchum
Unknown: Harry Stanton
Director: Phil Karlson
Unknown: Robert Mitchum
Harry Stanton: Robert Mitchum
Anna: Elsa Martinelli
Otto Abbot: Jack Hawkins
Talib: Sabu
Chep: Cely Carrillo

: The Saint

The Fast Women. The Saint faces two dangerous women who are rivals on the race track as well as in love.
First shown on ITV ............................

: Golf: the Open

Live coverage from Royal Troon of the closing stages of round three.
ProducerAlastairScott Stereo ..............

: News and Sport

With Moira Stuart. Subtitled
Weather David Lee .........

Contributors

Unknown: Moira Stuart.
Unknown: David Lee

: Who Really Killed Aung San?

On 19 July 1947, Burmese nationalist leader Aung San was gunned down and his country plunged into chaos. A rival Burmese politician has since been convicted and executed for his murder. Now Aung San's daughter, Aung San Suu Kyi, brings new hope to a nation which has been scarred by dictatorship and repression. But intonight's EastSpecial, marking the 50th anniversary of Aung San 's assassination, Fergal Keane examines new evidence suggesting that the bullets responsible for destroying post-independence Burma may have been fired on British orders.
Producer Robert Lemkin
Editor Mike Finlason
Followed by Talking Tate Tate Gallery waitress Diana Williams talks about her love for Rex Whistler
's restaurant mural The
Expedition in Pursuit of Rare Meats, and the Gallery's director Nicholas Serota chooses Constable's
Stoke-by-Nayland. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Aung San
Unknown: Fergal Keane
Producer: Robert Lemkin
Editor: Mike Finlason
Talks: Diana Williams
Unknown: Rex Whistler
Director: Nicholas Serota

: Labour's Old Romantic: a Film Portrait of Michael Foot

His friends describe him as the nicest prime minister Britain never had. His critics might remember him as an old romantic who, in 1983, led the Labour Party to its worst election defeat for 50 years.
Michael Cockerell 's intimate portrait of Michael Foot reveals a man of many paradoxes - a passionate socialist with unlikely Tory heroes, atub-thumpingorator, and a literary scholar. Featuring contributions from Foot's wife
Jill, relatives, colleagues, and close friends (including Spike Milligan ), as well as from Foot himself, who talks openly about his relationship with Tony Blair. Producer Alison Cahn Editor Anne Tyerman

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Cockerell
Unknown: Michael Foot
Unknown: Spike Milligan
Unknown: Tony Blair.
Producer: Alison Cahn
Editor: Anne Tyerman

: Golf: the Open

Third-round highlights from
Royal Troon.

: Our Friends in the North

The first in a nine-part rerun of writer Peter Flannery's Bafta Award-winning drama series, charting 30 years in the lives of four Geordie friends. Starring Christopher Eccleston, Daniel Craig, Mark Strong, Gina McKee
1964. While Nicky decides he wants to change the world, Geordie heads for London.
See today's choices.
Producer Charles Pattinson
Director Pedr James
Repeat Stereo Subtitled
It's that Tyne again: page 7

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Flannery
Unknown: Christopher Eccleston
Unknown: Daniel Craig
Unknown: Mark Strong
Unknown: Gina McKee
Producer: Charles Pattinson
Director: Pedr James
Nicky Hutchinson: Christopher Eccleston
Mary Soulsby: Gina McKee
Geordie Peacock: Daniel Craig
Tosker Cox: Mark Strong
Felix Hutchinson: Peter Vaughan
Austin Donohue: Alun Armstrong
Rorrie Hutchinson: Freda Dowie
Eddie Wells: David Bradley
John Edwards: Geoffrey Hutchings
Berger: Terence Rigby
Walensky: Leon Lissek
Gordon Peacock: Willie Ross
Mrs Soulsby: Elspeth Charlton
Mr Soulsby: Jack McBride
Patrick Soulsby: Frank Couchman
Bede Connor: Rod Culbertson
Rita Cox: Val McLane
Brian Cox: Tony Hodge
Mr Knox: Malcolm Terris
Mr Braniff: Roger Avon
Female transvestite: Joanna Bacon

: This Life

Diet Hard. Egg's expectations for the opening night at the cafe prove to be over-ambitious. Shown last Thursday
Followed byTalkingTate Artist Howard Hodgkin explains his love of Pierre Bonnard 's painting The Bath. Stereo

Contributors

Artist: Howard Hodgkin
Unknown: Pierre Bonnard

: North Sea Jazz Festival

Recorded highlights from last weekend's s North Sea Jazz
Festival in the Hague, the Netherlands. Featuring the Legends, a jazz-rock group led by British blues guitarist and singer Eric Clapton ; and R 'n' B singer Ray Charles , who performs with the Raelettes and the 24-piece Ray Charles Orchestra. Other artists include French singer Madeleine Peyroux , saxophonist Joshua Redman and Dutch group Whitehouse. Director/Producer David Stevens

Contributors

Singer: Eric Clapton
Singer: Ray Charles
Unknown: Ray Charles Orchestra.
Singer: Madeleine Peyroux
Unknown: Joshua Redman
Producer: David Stevens

: Break of Dawn

Biographical drama, based on a true story.
After serving in the army of Pancho Villa , Pedro J Gonzalez leaves Mexico for the U S seeking fame and fortune. His rise to the top as a radio star is threatened by his outspoken criticism of the treatment of migrants. Worse is to follow when he's imprisoned on trumped-up charges.
Some Spanish dialogue with English subtitles.
Director Isaac Artenstein (1988) ... ♦ See Films: pages 46-56 ****
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Unknown: Pancho Villa
Unknown: Pedro J Gonzalez
Director: Isaac Artenstein








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