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: Open University

6.05 Linkage Mechanisms
6.30 African Renaissance 92329 7.00
Imaginingthe Pacific Subtitled 47313 7.30 The Emperor's Gift

: Weekend 24

David Robertson and Rebecca Jones present a roundup of news, sport, personal finance and weather

Contributors

Unknown: David Robertson
Unknown: Rebecca Jones

: Personal Passions

Physiologist Dr Dick Stephen talks about his interest in mechanical clocks.

Contributors

Talks: Dr Dick Stephen

: Open Saturday

The Death of Daddy. David Goldblatt asks whether the traditional family unit and the father's role within it are defunct, and considers their place in the future.
Series producer Andrew Law ............... And at 10.35 Cyberart - Sound Tracks
Music inspired by a train journey. FURTHER DETAILS: brochure hotline [number removed](calls charged at national rate); Ceefax: page 626; or website: www.open.ac.uk/saturday

Contributors

Unknown: David Goldblatt
Producer: Andrew Law

: See Hear on Saturday

Lara Crooks explores the heritage of the Black Country canals, and there's a look at the deaf Robot Wars team. With signing and in-vision subtitles.... WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/see_hear

: The Sky at Night

As Stars Grow Old. A look at what happens when a star dies.
Shown lastSundayon BBC1 Subtitled .

: Food and Drink

Cooking a pepper steak, and searching for the ultimate Lancashire hotpot.
Shown last Monday CEEFAX: page

: Rampage

Jungle adventure starnng
Robert Mitchum
Elsa Martinelli , Jack Hawkins
A big-game trapper is hired to capture a rare Malaysian bigcat. Joining him are an ageing hunter and his beautiful companion. Director Phil Karlson (1963) ................. ◆ See Rims: pages 54-59 **

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Mitchum
Unknown: Elsa Martinelli
Unknown: Jack Hawkins
Director: Phil Karlson

: The Las Vegas Story

Drama, opening Saturday Matinee double bill and the first of four films today set in America's gambling capital.
Starring Jane Russell, Victor Mature, Vincent Price

While on a trip to Las Vegas with her husband, who turns out to be a cheating gambler, Linda Rollins runs into an old flame, who is now a sheriff.
(1952) (Black and white)
See Films: pages 54-59 **
Ten films every Las Vegas fan ought to see: page 51

Contributors

Director: Robert Stevenson
Linda Rollins: Jane Russell
Dave Andrew: Victor Mature
Lloyd Rollins: Vincent Price

: Viva Las Vegas

Musical concluding the Saturday Matinee double bill and continuing today's quartet of films set in "Sin City". Starring Elvis Presley, Ann-Margret

A young racing driver dreams of winning the Las Vegas grand prix.
(Widescreen) (1964, U)
Leaving Las Vegas is tonight at 10.05pm
See Films: pages 54-59 ****

Contributors

[Actor]: Elvis Presley
[Actress]: Ann-Margret Ayoung
Director: George Sidney

: One Man and His Dog

Robin Page introduces the final of the singles competition, which pits Scotland's Michael Shearer and Bess against Meirion Owen and Rock from Wales. Commentary by Gus Dermody. Last in series. A special edition will be shown at Christmas.
Digitalwidescreen Subtitled .............

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Shearer
Unknown: Meirion Owen
Commentary By: Gus Dermody.

: Space: 1999

NewAdam, NewEve. An alien claimingto be the "creator" offers the Alphans a gift.
Written by Terence Feely
FirstshownonlTV Subtitled ..............

Contributors

Written By: Terence Feely

: TOTP2

Featured acts on the archive music show include Jimmy Nail , Texas, Terence Trent D'Arby and the Fun Boy Three. Presented by Steve Wright.
Producer Mark Hagen 98532S Top of the Pops is Friday, 7.30pm on BBCl

Contributors

Unknown: Jimmy Nail
Unknown: Terence Trent D'Arby
Presented By: Steve Wright.
Producer: Mark Hagen

: Crufts

Gaby Roslin introduces coverage of the annual Crufts dog show at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham. Over 20,000 canines are competing forthe sought-after prizes, including the best-in-show title.
Animal Hospital's
Shauna Lowry meets some of the dogs and their owners, while
Peter Purves and Jessica Holm take a look at events in the main show rings. Coverage of Crufts conti n ues tomorrow at 7pm.
Producer David Pickthall Subtitled 39434S

Contributors

Introduces: Gaby Roslin
Unknown: Shauna Lowry
Unknown: Peter Purves
Unknown: Jessica Holm
Producer: David Pickthall

: News and Sport

With Chris Lowe.
Weather Michael Fish

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Lowe.

: Correspondent

Presidents, Patriarchs and Profits Scheduled to open next year, Moscow's Cathedral of Christ the Saviour isthe city's salute to the new millennium. Yuri
Luzhkov, Moscow's powerful mayor and a front runnerto succeed President Boris Yeltsin in next year's election, has been an influential figure in the building's swift construction.
But its precise cost-estimated at$1 billion dollars - is unknown.
Arts journalist
Geraldine Norman investigates how the cathedral has been funded, and attempts to unravel the mystery surrounding a$12 million gift to the church from Yeltsin.
Series producer Lucy Hetherington
Editor Fiona Murch

Contributors

Unknown: Boris Yeltsin
Unknown: Geraldine Norman
Producer: Lucy Hetherington
Editor: Fiona Murch

: Cold War

Surrogates 1967-79. From Africa to South America, both sides in the Cold War used surrogate countries to wage ideological, and sometimes physical, conflict. In both and 1973. the Middle East was engulfed by war as the US gave military aid to Israel and the Soviets armed Syria and Egypt.
The Soviets saw opportunities in Africa, Asia and Latin America to exploit nationalist struggles, as America propped up anti-
Communist regimes and grappled with the continuing debacle in Vietnam and political scandal overWatergate.
Narrated by Kenneth Branagh. Series producer Martin Smith ; Executive producers Jeremy Isaacs and Pat Mitchell Digital widescreen

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Branagh.
Producer: Martin Smith
Producers: Jeremy Isaacs

: Welcome to Las Vegas

An evening of films and programmes dedicated to Las Vegas, the American city reputed to be the gambling capital ofthe world. See today's choices.
Welcome to Las Vegas Executive producer Alan Brown Videoplus code for
9.05pm-2.15am (not PDC)...
9.05 24 Hours in Vegas
Documentary followingthe daily lives of a group of very different Las Vegas residents. Among those telling their stories are a lap dancer who earns$1,000 each night, a Baptist minister who prays with gamblers and showgirls, and a schoolgirl. Contains nudity.
Director/Producer Mike Wadding
Digital widescreen

Contributors

Producer: Alan Brown Videoplus

: Leaving Las Vegas

Drama, based on John O'Brien's novel, and featuring an Oscar-winning performance by Nicolas Cage
Co-starring Elisabeth Shue
After being sacked from his screenwriter'sjob, alcoholic Ben Sanderson drives to Las Vegas intending to drink himself to death within four weeks.
In Vegas he meets Sera, a self-assured young prostitute, and - pledging not to change the other's chosen destiny - they fall in love. Widescreen.
Director Mike Figgis (1995, 18)
Digital widescreen
See Films: pages 54-59 ****
Ten films every Las Vegas fan ought to see: page 51

Contributors

Director: Mike Figgis
Ben Sanderson: Nicolas Cage
Sera: Elisabeth Shue
Yuri: Julian Sands
Peter: Richard Lewis
Terri: Valeria Goli No
Marc Nussbaum: Steven Weber
Sheila: Kim Adams
Debbie: Emily Procter
LA bartender: Graham Beckel
Landlady: Laurie Metcalf

: Vegas Cab Confessions

Hidden cameras in a Las Vegas cab record startling revelations from a series of passengers travelling after dark. Those revealing personal secrets include a transvestite and sexually liberated couple.
Repeat

: The Amazing Colossal Man

Science fiction. A man caught in the shockwaves from a plutonium bomb test grows at a rate often feet per day and wreaks havoc in Las Vegas.
Director Bert I Gordon (1957, PG)
Black and white Subtitled 812962 7
+ See Films: pages 54-59 *
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Director: Bert I Gordon

: BBC Learning Zone GCSE BITESIZE REVISION

German
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WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/education








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