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The folks at the HH are convinced that Fox Mulder is just a little fetched. And they're afraid he might go spreading some of his far-fetched Ideas to the tabloids. So they hook him up with the beautiful Dr. Dana Scully, a skeptic if there ever was one. She's supposed to be helping him solve the eerie cases, but actually she's reporting back to her FIJI bosses, while she's slowly drawn into the sort of love-hate relationship that fuels so many contemporary TV romances.

And, of course, it will turn out every week that Mulder isn't so crazy after all. He was smart enough to pick the first name Fox, and guarantee some attention at the network, wasn't he? Tonight, someone is eating the great high school seniors of Podunk, Ore. Or is it some thing? Wait until you find out! cation I'sing high-tech effects and hot background music. Dixover can be pretty cool as it travels to such decidedly low-key places as Cal Tech. Georgia Tech and Woods Hole Ocean-ographlc Institute to explain how scientists are trying to engineer robots with vision and to make cars quieter, among other things.

The Jet Propulsion laboratory in Pasadena, is a little more happening. Here you will learn, Mom and Dad, that maybe there is a future for Junior, even though he spends all his time and your quarters down at the video arcade. The show's mission to keep Its audience abreast of current technology and to interest young adults in science sounds rooted in the stodgy world of public broadcasting. But, by describing how compact discs work, or playing rap music as it shows how fiber optics are becoming even more amazing. Discover Tomorrow could have a future explaining the future on conventional The X-Files Executive-produced by Civs Ca'tet lot Twenlielh Television Airs Fridays al 9 m.

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In the category of informational or cultural programming, PBS won for "Clarence Thomas Anita Hill: Public Hearing, Private Pain," which ran on Frontline. In the same category, ABC won for "Secrets of the Golden River," broadcast on ABC World of Discovery. Other awards: General coverage of a tingle breaking new story covered in a segmerrt: "Moment of Crisis," broadcast on ABC's PnmeTime Live, "The Bishu Massacre," from UN, telecast on Cable News Network. Instant coverage of a single breaking news story: CNN's "Saving Somalia." Background or analysis of a single current story: "Tides of War," on TBS's National Geographic Explorer, "Caitlin's Story," on CBS's 60 Minutes, "Whose ChiloYen?" on PrimeTime Liver, "The Lambs of Christ," on 60 Minutes. Investigative journalism: "Bad Medicine," on CBS's 48 Hours, "Ape Trade," on National Br Hicks: Revelations 720477 Russell Simmons ASSOCIATKI) PHKSS NEW YORK ABC has won a leading 11 Emmys for news and documentaries, including awards for a behind-the-scenes look at the Clinton campaign in its final 72 hours and a profile of Ross Perot.

PBS picked up 10 awards at the news Emmy ceremony Wednesday. CBS won seven, TBS six and NBC four. ITN and CNN won two apiece, and cable's Arts Entertainment channel and the Discovery Channel were each honored once. The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences presented the awards for work broadcast in 1992. The award for general coverage of a breaking news story went to ABC's Nighrfine for "72 Hours to Victory: Behind the Scenes With Bill Clinton," anchored by Ted Koppel.

ABC's Peter Jennings Reporting: Who 'Is Geographic Explorer, "The Serb Camps," from ITN via CNN. Interview or interviewer "One on One With Roger Payne," Discovery Channel, on Charlie Rose; "A Conversation With David Miscavige," Nightliner, "Arthur Seale-Patricia Reso Interviews No Way Out," on ABC's 2020, "The Color of Triumph," PrimeTime Live. Coverage of a continuing news story: "The Heroin Connection," 48 Hours, "Race and Rights," CNN's Democracy in America, "Gay Cops," 60 Winutes, "Somalia," ABC's World News Tonight. Informational or cultural programming broadcast in a segment: "Free From Silence," PnmeTime Live. Historical programming: "The Meiji Revolution," PBS's T7 Pacific Century, "Cuban Missile Crisis," Historical programming segments: 'To Catch a Spy." NBC's Sunday Today, "Survivall The Shackleton Story," National Geographic Explorer.

News or documentary program achievement: "Valley of the Kangaroos," National Geographic Explorer. Tha Resurractad (R. '921 (John Terry) Pnvata eye 4:1 5 And JustK for Al IR. 79) Lady Chattariey in Tokyo (R, '9 1) Iturm IMAX 1 1:00 Alien 3 (R. '92) 906710 finds client's htisband out to revive thedead.

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By Judy Gerstcl NKWS SERVICE TORONTO Picture the conservative Toronto elite, stewards of the economy and patrons of culture, gathered at the Royal Ontario Museum for the private opening of an important exhibit. Gazing at wall mountings and peering through glass cases, they see grotesque exploding rubber heads and gynecological instruments for mutant women. They murmur appreciatively, as patrons do. The surreal opening Tuesday night of "The Strange Objects of David Cronenberg's Desire," an exhibit of objets d'art from Cronenberg's movies, was only the beginning. Because for the next nine days, the symbol of Toronto is no longer the CN Tower it's the film reel.

The Toronto International Film Festival of Festivals almost as grand as its name implies opened last night with the world premiere of M. Butterfly, starring Jeremy Irons and directed by Toronto's own, the admittedly strange Cronenberg. The festival will end 299 films and tons of popcorn later on Sept. 19, with moviegoers crying uncle. Torontonians schedule vacation time after Labor Day to coincide with the festival, which is open to the public.

They go without sleep and food in order to see a half-dozen movies a day. "What've you seen that's good?" is the greeting of choice here. Already the hot tickets, besides Butterfly, include The Piano and Farewell, My Concubine, which tied for top honors at Cannes this year. Other flicks arrive with advance buzz because of their directors, including rjfobert De Niro's A Bronx WFLN Listener Requests TALK SHOWS 7-10 WHAT (1340) Mary Mason 10-1 WHAT Debra Anderson 10-2 WHWH (1350) G. Gordon Uddy Noon-3 WWDB Rush Limbaugh Noon-1 WBCB (1490) Lee Fielding WNPV (1440) Comment Please 3- 6 WNPV Larry King 2-3 WBCB Sesame Place Live Programming for children and parents.

4- 7 WHAT Cody Anderson 6- 7 WDAS (1480) Community Magazine WHYY Marketplace 7- 8 WXPN (88.5) Kid's Corner WWDB Murray Needleman ment, WHYY. 6:30 p.m. Friday With Frank Sid Mark features Sinatra recordings, WWDB. 8 p.m. BlueaStage Weekly broadcast hosted by Ruth Brown, WRTI-FM (90.1).

11 p.m. Afropop Worldwide The best music of the Afro-Caribbean world, WHYY. CLASSICAL MUSIC WFLN (95.7) Highlights: Mendelssohn, Italian Symphony: Beethoven, Piano Concerto No. 5. WFLN Highlight: Beethoven, Symphony No.

3. 1 WFLN Parry, T7ie Soul's Ransom; Berlioz. Symphonie Fantastique; Brahms, A Gerrnan Requiem. 10 a.m. Radio Times Ted Kerasote, author of Bloodties, about the ethics of the sport of hunting, WHYY-FM (90.9).

1 1 a.m. Susan Bray Charles Inlander of the Peoples Medical Society and author of Good Operations Bad Operations, WWOB-FM (96.E). Noon Selected Shorts Short stories read by actors and actresses, WHYY. 2 p.m. Science Friday Topics: Importance of science topics as part of secondary school education; useful inventions such as electric car, batteries and their worth, to the environ.

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