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6.15 History: The Photographer as Witness 6953256 6.40 Pure
Maths: Quadric Surfaces
7.05 Quality and Culture
7.30 Social Work in the Inner City 3570904 7.55 Design - Powerto the People? 4867898 8.20
"Measure for Measure" - Workshop 6979695 8.45 Education - From Child to Pupil

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Unknown:
Inner City

Another chance to see an episode from the second series, originally shown in 1986. Razzle becomes a ghost detector and Albert attempts to solve the morning rush for the bathroom.
Written by Valerie Georgeson , from a story byJoanEadington

Contributors

Written By:
Valerie Georgeson

Introduced from Silverstone by Steve Rider.
Provisional Timetable
12.35 Grand Phx previews
1.30 "On the grid"
2.00 British Grand Prix
4.00 Showjumping
4.25 Touring cars
4.50 Showjumping
5.35 Formula 3
6.00 Golf
6.15 Roundup
British Grand Prix
Live coverage of the British Formula 1 Grand Prix from Silverstone.
Britain's Nigel Mansell, now an IndyCar racing star, won this race in the previous two seasons. This year the Williams team's hopes are pinned on another Briton, Damon Hill, and his French team-mate Alain Prost. Prost won the British Grand Prix in the two years before Mansell, and will be the man to beat again this time.
Commentary by Murray Walker and Jackie Stewart. (Highlights tonight at 9.15pm)

Show Jumping
Royal International Horse
Show from Hickstead. Today's main event is the Bond
International Championship for the King George V Gold Cup. Plus action from the Queen Elizabeth II Cup for women. Commentary by Michael Tucker and Stephen Hadley.
Golf
Preview of the 122nd Open Championship from Royal St George's, Sandwich.
Motor Sport
Ninth round of the British
Formula 3 Championship from Silverstone and the eighth round of the Autotrader British Touring Car Championship from Pembrey.
TV presentation - Grand Prix
Keith Mackenzie and Jim Reside

Contributors

Presenter:
Steve Rider
Commentator (British Grand Prix):
Murray Walker
Commentator (British Grand Prix):
Jackie Stewart
Commentator (Royal International Horse Show):
Michael Tucker
Commentator (Royal International Horse Show):
Stephen Hadley

A look back to the dramatic conclusion of the British Steel Round the World Yacht Race, as the ten amateur-crewed yachts race home from Cape Town to Southampton after eight months at sea.
Julian Pettifer reports.
Producer Tony Rayner

Contributors

Unknown:
Julian Pettifer
Producer:
Tony Rayner

All of this week Off the Wall follows a unique art experiment on the Byker housing estate in Newcastle upon Tyne. Six residents visit galleries, dealers, collectors and studios throughout England in search of works of art to bring back to Byker for an exhibition. Tonight, Muriel Gray joins them at the local Laing Gallery.

Contributors

Presenter:
Muriel Gray
Director:
Bernadette O'Brien
Executive Producer:
Keith Alexander

Alex Cox introduces two more cult movies.
Gothic
Horror tale starring Julian Sands, Natasha Richardson, Gabriel Byrne
In June 1816, two lovers arrive at the Swiss villa of their friend Lord Byron. After an orgy of drinking and drugs, they begin an experimental seance - with terrifying results.
Director Ken Russell (1986)
SEE FILMS pages39-44

Contributors

Presenter (Moviedrome):
Alex Cox
Director:
Ken Russell
Percy Bysshe Shelley:
Julian Sands
Mary Godwin:
Natasha Richardson
Lord Byron:
Gabriel Byrne
Claire:
Myriam Cyr
Dr John Polidori:
Timothy Spall
Rushton:
Dexter Fletcher

Second of three dramas in which writers imagine confrontations between figures from the past. Quevedo: the Soul's Dark Night by John Clifford.
The dying Don Francisco de Quevedo Villegas, one of 17th-century Spain's greatest poets, is forced to confront his prejudices. With Kenneth Cranham and Gemma Jones.
Producer Paddy Higson ; Director Gareth Davies

Contributors

Unknown:
John Clifford.
Unknown:
Kenneth Cranham
Unknown:
Gemma Jones.
Producer:
Paddy Higson
Director:
Gareth Davies

Fantasy starring Bruce Lyons, Hamish McFarlane
In Cumbria in 1348, a village lives in fear of the Black Death. But 9-year-old Griffin dreams of a journey and a celestial city - and hope for his fellows. With Noel Appleby, Marshall Napier. Director Vincent Ward (1988)
Moviedrome producer Nick Freand Jones

Contributors

Unknown:
Bruce Lyons
Unknown:
Hamish McFarlane
Unknown:
Noel Appleby
Unknown:
Marshall Napier
Director:
Vincent Ward
Moviedrome Producer:
Nick Freand Jones

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