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THE GUARDIAN Saturday September 10 1988 Watching Brief Today's weather forecast 40 SATURDAY TELEVISION AND RADIO Sandy Smithies Blko: Tho Spirit Uves (BBC-2, 8.3S). It's eleven years since Black Consciousness leader Steve Blko died in a South African prison; long enough for posterity to have begun the process of ossifying him into a legend, a martyr, a mythic figure on a different plane from the rest of us. This commemorative Ebony documentary is a factually over-stuffed and technically self-conscious piece, but it does a super job in fleshing out the martyr's bones. Using extensive sequences from an interview with Biko, and the memories of family and political colleagues it conveys vividly the particular qualities of the man a devastating combination of vision, intellect, charm, drive and presence that would have seen him emerge as a natural leader in any society. Steve, says a friend and political colleague affectionately, could talk else 6.45 am Open University. 8.25 The Kid (R). 8.30 The Family-Ness (R). 8.95 The Muppet Babies (R). S.O UP2U. 10.50 Film: Blackbeard The Pirale (1952) over-the-top swashbuckling with Robert Newton as buccaneer baddie. 12.27 Weather. 12.30 Grandstand. 12.35 Golf European Open third round from Sunningdale. 1.20 Motor Racing Tourist Trophy Race from Silver-stone. 1.55 Racing from Goodwood. 2.5 Olympics. 2.25 Racing. 2.35 Olympics. 2.50 Racing. 3.15 Golf. 4.30 Football. 4.40 Final Score. 5.0 News; Weather; Regional NewsSport. 5.15 The Flying Doctors: Do You Read Me? More turbulent surgery with the Aussie medics. 6.0 The Noel Edmonds Saturday Roadshow. Noel heads for another exotic hot spot where he finds moss, and Bros. 6.45 Bob's Full House. B.Monkhouse with the bingo quiz. 7.20 'Alio 'Alio! Gordon Kaye leads the Occupation capers. 7.45 The Russ Abbot Show. Manic antics with Russ and the gang. 8.1 5 All Creatures Great and Small: Place of Honour. More adventures of the Skeldale vets, with James (Christopher Timothy) still coping with chores and kids, Tristan (Peter Davison) moving back in. 9.5 Hews; Sport; Weather. 9.20 Flashpoint. Kris Kristof-ferson, Treat Williams lead this improbable buddy-buddy thriller, heavy on the action, as border patrol guards stumbling on a desert mystery with Kennedy connections. Made in 1984 by commercials director William Tannen. 10.50 Tho Odd Couple: The Laundry Orgy. First British sighting of the acclaimed US sitcom of the early 70s, based on Neil Simon's Broadway hit about two disparate divorces sharing an apartment. Stars To,ny Randall, as fastidious fashion photographer and Jack Klugman, as slobbish sporlswriter, both won Emmy awards. 1 1.15 The Devil Rides Out. Stylish Hammer version of the Dennis Wheatley yarn, made in 1967, with good Duke Christopher Lee coming to the rescue of young chum Patrick Mower, in danger of being seduced by satanist Charles Gray. 12.50 Weather; Close. Wales 2 .40 pm Rugby Union: Neath v Cardiff (opt-out from Grandstand). Scotland: 9.30 pm Tha Odd Couple. .4S Sportscene. 1 1.15 Film: Flashpoint. 11.48 Film: The Devil Rides Out. 1.15 Weather; Close. 6.0 am Nicky Campbell. 8.0 Peter Powell. 10.0 Mike Read. 1.0 Adrian Juste. 3.0 Stereo Sequence including; 2.0-3.0 My Top Ten; Pete Waterman of Stock, Aitken and Waterman. 6.30-7.30 In Concert: 10,000 Maniacs. 7.30 Robbie Vincent. 10.0-12.0 Mark Goodier. 4.0 am Dave Bussey. 6.0 Barbara Sturgeon. 8.5 David Jacobs. 9.0 Sounds of the 60s. 10.0 Anne Robinson. 12.0 Gerald Harper. 1.0 pm Wise on the Wireless. 1.30 Sport on 2. 6.0 Cinema Two. 6.30 Jukebox Saturday Night. 7.0 The Press Gang. 7.30 An Evening Of Ooh-La-La! Celebrating Maurice Chevalier and the Eilfel Tower. 8.30 The Beautiful Ballad Years 9.30 British Open Brass Band Championship. 10.15 Martin Kelner. 12.5 am Night Owls. 1.0 Alan Dedicoat. 3.0 A Little Night Music. 6.35 Open University; weather. 7.0 Morning Concert. Delius: A Song Of Summer (LSO Barbirolli). 8.30 News; Northern Sinfonia Jorg Faerber. Mozart Symphony No 13; Danzi: Con-certante in B flat; Haydn: Symphony No 80. 9.30 Saturday Review. Record Review Building a Library: Haydn's Nelson Mass; Strauss's opera Die Frau ohne Schatten; Britten and Bridge. Record Release: Bridge: Phantasy in F sharp minor (Darlington Piano Trio with Patrick Ireland, viola); Britten: A.M.D.G. (London Sinfo-nietta Chorus); William Bol-com: Symphony No 4 (Joan Morris, mezzo-soprano, St Louis SOSlatkin); Haydn: Trio in C minor (Patrick Cohen, Erich Hobarth, Chrls-tophe Coin); Mozart: Sym- to anyone, from diplomats to rural tribesmen, and make them see what he was on about; that ability to win hearts and minds had to be his downfall. The night he was arrested betrayed, say his friends, by a Judas tip-off he was on his way back from a secret meeting designed to unite all the leading black political groups. On the evidence here he was one person who could have done it. After Dark (Channel 4, 12.0). Credit to Channel 4 for making a considered, dignified, professional decision and dropping the planned discussion on Northern Ireland on editorial grounds, when it became clear that anti-Adams hysteria would prevent their setting up a dialogue between all involved parties. None at all to the IBA for rushing to announce, gratuitously, that they would jolly well have clobbered the beastly programme anyway, please Miss. 6.50 Open University. 2.45 Network Cast: Musical Memories. Setting the scene for a new series of the Asian-affairs magazine, the first of two archive programmes featuring the music of the Indian sub-continent's leading film playback singers. 3.2S Five Came Back. Which of the plane passengers, crash-landed in the Brazil ian jungle, will make it back to civilisation? Lucille Ball, Chester Morris, John Carra- dine are among the charac ters pitted against head-hunters, terrain and temperament in this interesting low-budget melodrama directed in 1939 by John Farrow who remade it in 1956 as Back From Eternity. 4.40 Championship Darts. CM max of eight days of compe tition at Hedcar Bowl, as the British Professional Championship reaches the final stage. Introduced by Tony Gubba, with commentary by Sid waddeii and Tony Green. 6.45 Newsview. The day's news and sport, and the weekly, sub-titled digest. Weather. 7.25 The Moving Image. Looking ahead to next week's opening of the Museum ol the Moving Image devoted to the 20th century media of films and television, Terry Gilliam previews some of the spectacular exhibits at the new South Bank museum. He introduces too an updated repeat of 20th Century Treasure Trove, a film scripted by the distinguished documentary-maker Robert Vas which explores the collective memory bank of the vast National Film Archive. 8.35 Blko: The Spirit Lives. See Watching Brief. 9.35 The Outsiders. A new Film Club season opens with a double bill of movies about rebellious American youth based on the novels of S. E. Hinton, and made back-to-back by Francis Coppola in 1933. The first, a lushly-tinted view of small town rivalry between rich and poor kids showcased Brat Pack stars-in-the-mak-' ing like Tom Cruise, Emilio Estevez, Patrick Swayze, Matt Dillon. 1 1.5 Rumble Fish. Coppola used mainly black and white for this second portrait of disaffected youth, harder-edged and more violent than The Outsiders, with Matt Dillon again as young tough in the shadow of biker big brother Mickey Rourke. With Diane Lane, Dennis Hopper, Diane Scarwid. 12.45 International Golf. High- tights of today s play in the European Open, introduced by Harry Carpenter. 1.30 Close. phony No 39 (Vienna POI Levine). 1 .0 News; Liszt and the Piano. Verdi transcriptions played by Martino Tirimo. I. 40 Nixon In China. Opera by John Adams in Peter Seller's production for the Houston Grand Opera. With James Maddalena (bar) as Nixon, John Duykers (ten)as Mao Tse-tung, Sanford Sylvan (bar) as Chou En-lai. 5.0 Jazz Record Requests. 5.45 Critics' Forum. Sheridan Morley talks with Michael Coveney, Peter Kemp and Marina Warner. Under discussion The Bite Of The Night at the Pil; The Shadow Of The Ripper on BBC 2; paintings by Howard Hodg-kin at the Waddington Galleries; Peter Greenaway's film Drowning By Numbers; The Captain And The Enemy by Graham Greene. 6.35 Magic America. Milhaud: La Creation du Monde; Ives: The Unanswered Question; Simon Bainbridge: Landscapes and Magic Words. Lynda Richardson (sop), Capricorn Ensemble. 7.30 Proms 88 live from the Royal Albert Hall. BBC SO Gunter Wand: Mozart Symphony No 40; (7.55 The Private Tchaikovsky. David Brown on the late symphonies); Tchaikovsky: Symphony No 6. 9.15 High Hopes And Hard Grafts. In the last year about 300 sufferers from Parkinson's Disease have received transplants of cells into their brains. Georgina Ferry considers the ethical questions. 10.0 London Baroque, Emma Kirkby (sop), Muffat: Sonata No 5; Buxlehude: O Clemens, O mitis; Biber: Serenade in C; Handel: Quartet in G; Vivaldi: Motet: In furore. II. 15 British Music. BBC Scottish SOGeorge Hurst, Moray Welsh (cello). Edward Harper: Intrada; William Boyce: Symphony No 1 in B flat; Elgar: Cello Concerto in E minor. 12.0 News. Steve Biko: a natural leader 5.0 am ITN Morning News. 6.0 TV-am. 9.25 She-Ra Princess of Power. 9.50 Motormouth: kids' magazine, featuring the latest pop sensation identical twins The Proctaimers. 11.30 America's Top 10. 12.0 Transworld Sport. 1.0 pm News; local news; weather. 1.5 Saint and Greavsle. Soccer gossip with Ian and Jimmy. 1.35 Wrestling. 2.1 5 Snooker. First session of the final in the Fidelity Unit Trusts International from Stoke-on-Trent, introduced by Dickie Davies. 4.45 Results Service. 5.0 News; local news; weather. 5.1 5 Blockbusters. Bob Hol-ness with teenagers' quiz. 5.45 New Faces of '88. Marti Caine introduces the first round of the returning talent show, including a classical violinist and a six-piece acappella group among the usual gaggle of comics and vocalists. 6.45 Blind Date. Cilia Black presides over the pairing-off and telling all. 7.40 Square Deal. Second episode of Richard Omman-ney's new sitcom, with Use-Ann McLaughlin, Timothy Bentinck as the south London yuppies, Brett Fancy as her unlikely new acquaintance. 8.0 Sky Heist. Don Meredith leads the airborne crime-fighters in this 1975 pilot for a series about police helicopters, with the hardware upstaging the actors, even Stefanie Powers and Frank Gorshin as criminal masterminds. 9.S0 News; weather. 10.10 Aspel and Company. Michael A. meets young Yank movie idol Tom Hanks (he who wooed the mermaid in Splash), and rock veteran turned actor Phil Collins (who plays Buster Edwards in the soon-to-be-released film about the train-robber's life). 10.55 Snookor. Second, seven-frame session of the Fidelity Unit Trusts International final at Trentham Gardens, Stoke-on-Trent. 12.30 The Hit Man and Her. Disco music with Pete Waterman, while sidekick She shows out with the disco dancing. News headlines. 2.0 Night Network. Music and chat, with Emma Freud popping under the duvet with Tony Hadley of Spandau Ballet to discuss the new single Raw. News headlines. 4.0 The Hit Man and Her. 5.0 ITN Morning News. 6.0 TV-am. CeefaxOracle subtitles (R) Repeat 5.55 Shipping forecast. 6.0 News Briefing. 6.10 The Farming Week. 6.50 Prayer for the Day. 7.0 Today including 7.0, 8.0 News; 7.20 Your Letters. 7.45 In Perspective. 9.0 News; Sport on 4. Preview of the St Leger. 9.30 Breakaway. Holiday and leisure mag. 10.0 News; Loose Ends. Ned Sherrin and guest chatters. 11.0 Conference Special: The TUC. 11.30 From Our Own Correspondent. 12.0 A Small Country Living. Magazine on country pursuits, with Jeanine McMullen. 12.25 The Hitch-Hiker's Guide To The Galaxy. Another repeat for the cult space epic. 1.0 News; Towards 2000 with the Radio 4 Generation; The Future of the Seven Deadly Sins, 6: Lust. 1.55 Shipping forecast. 2.0 News-, Consuming Passions. Sarah Dunant's style 2.45 The Best of Morning Story: Spaced Out by David Crooks. 3.0 News; Kafe Kropotkin. Play by Bernard Kops Occupants of a Soho cafe argue and dream and plan to change the world. 4.15 Fine Arts Brass with the lighter side of the brass repertoire. 5.0 Six Lords a-Leaping, In the first of six programmes John Timpson proves there's lifo after the peerage. 1: Lord Glenarlhur. 5.25 Little Blighty on the Down. Part two of the bucolic comedy. 5.50 Shipping forecast; Weather. 6.0 News; Citizens omnibus. 7.10 Stop The Week. With Robert Robinson. 7.45 Saturday Night Theatre: My Generation by Howard Wa-keling. In 1964 Annie from Lancashire goes to trendy art college In London. But in any society betrayed by a 9.30 am Listening Eye: Deaf Clubs (R). 10.0 Moneyspinner (R). 10.30 Film: Where no Vultures Fly pi) African conservation adventure with Anthony Steel, Dinah Sheridan. 12.30 pm Empress Wu. 1.0 The Cantorville Ghost. Charles Laughton is very jolly as the spook doomed to haunt the family pile in this whimsical confection directed in 1943 by Jules Dassin, with Margaret O'Brien, Robert Young. 2.45 Channel 4 Racing from Do'ncaster, introduced by Brough Scott, and including (3.35) the St Leger. 5.5 Brookside. 6.0 Right to Reply with Linda Agran and viewers who want to know why television does not show a more positive side to Ireland. 6.30 The Games in Question: The Selling of the Olympics. News summary; weather. Have the Olympic Games become over-commercialised by sponsorship and global TV coverage? Penultimate programme in the series of revised repeats traces the history of television's involvement in the Games, from the Berlin Olympiad of 1936 through the coming of satellites, and today's super-hype. Lena Home 7.0 Brown Sugar. 2: The Depression Years. The celebration of America's black female entertainers focuses on the female vocalists of the Big Band era: ivie Anderson, Ella Fitzgerald, the young Lena Home and Bil-iie Holiday. A look too at the careers of Ethel Waters and Marian Anderson. 8.0 Tha World at Your Feet. 2: Snowdonia. The great Welsh mountain dominates the second walk in this series on great wilderness trails of the world a six-day, five mile ramble and scramble across Snowdonia National Park from Caernarvon Castle to Conway Castle. 9.0 US Open Tennis. Live satellite coverage of the Women's Final from Flushing Meadow, New York, with commentary by Simon Reed, Bilfie Jean King and Cliff Drysdale. 1 2.0 After Dark. Last of the series, with a discussion on employers' and workers' rights replacing the aborted programme on Northern Ireland (see Watching Brief). what happens to her and her friends over the next 24 years? 9.15 Music In Mind, with Adele Leigh. 9.50 Ten to Ten. Reading, hymn and reflection. 10.0 News; Saturday Feature: I Hope It's Tomorrow. Following the fall of the Allende regime in 1973 several thousand Chileans fled to Sheffield. Their hopes of returning fade by the year. 10.45 The Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow Tree. Anne Catchpole discovers the flowering of Zimbabwe. 2: Two Worlds. 1 1.0 The Fall of the Mausoleum Club: The Charge of the Boys' Brigade. Mystery yarn by Ian Brown and James Hendrie. 11.30 Radio Active. Wimbledon Special. 12.0 News; weather. 12.33 Shipping forecast. VHft 4.30-0.30 Options: Room To Listen, Room lo Talk: 6M Science on the Road: 5.30 Get by in Arabic. BBC World Service can be received In Western Europe on medium wave 646 kHz (463m) at the following times GMT: 0,0 am Newsdesk. O.SO Meridian. T.O News; Twenty-Four Hours. 7.30 From the Weeklies. 7.48 Network UK. 8.0 News: Reflections. 8.15 A Jolly Good Show. 0,0 News; Review of the British Press. O.ts The World Today. 9.30 Financial News: Sport. B.4S Personal View. 10.1 Here's Humph, 10.15 Letter From America. 10.30 Londras Midi. 11.0 News: News about Britain. 11.13 Lyrics and Lyricists. 11.30 Meridian. 13.0 Radio Newsreel. 12.13 pm Multitrack 3. 12.4B Sports Roundup. 1.0 News; Twenty-Four Hours. 1.30 Network UK. 1.4S Sports-world. 3.0 Radio Newsreel. 3.1S Sports-world. 4.0 News; News about Britain. 4.13 English by Radio. Ai Londres Solr. 8.30 Heule Aktuell. 6.0 Programmes in German. 7.0 Classical Record Review. 7.1S From Ral to Rnjlv. 8.0 News: Twenty-Four Hours. 840 Meridian. 0.1 Whither Wisdom? 0.18 English Songsmlths. 940 People and Poll-tics. 10.0 News; From Our Own Correspondent. lOSS Nature Notebook. 10.40 Reflections. lOAt Sports Roundup. 11.0 News: Words. 11.13 The Tony Myall Request Show. 18.0 News; News aboul Britain. 13.18 am Radio Newsreel. 18.30 Puccini And Hie World. 1.1 Play ot the Week: Home. 2.0 News; Review at the British Press. 2.18 The Third Policeman. 2.30 The Ken Bruce Show. 30 News; News about Britain. 3.18 ' From Our Own Correspondent. 3.30 Six Four Eight News. 3.35 Financial News. 3.4B MorgenmaBailn. 8.0 News; Twenty-Four Hours. 840 Londres Matin. Judas tip-off. (BBC-2, 8.35) Anglfa 5.0 As Granada. 12.0 The Making of Superman III. 1.0 As Granada. 5.25 Walt Disney Cartoon. 5.45 As Granada. 5.0 News; TV-am. Border 5.0 As Granada. 12.0 UFO. 1.0 As Granada. 5.0am News; TV-am. Central 5.0 As Granada. 11.30 Film: The Old Curiosity Shop. Animated Dickens. 1.0 As Granada. 12.30 Prisoner Cell Block H. 1.30 Film: Tower of Evil. 1972 chiller about travellers trapped on a mysterious island. With Bryant Haliday, Jill Haworth, Mark Edwards. 3.10 Superbouts. 4.5 America's Top Ten. 4.35 Cover Story. 5.0 News; TV-am. Grampian 5.0 As Granada. 11.30 Freagair Seo. 12.0 The Greatest American Hero. 1.0 As Granada. 5.0am News; TV-am. HTV Wales 5.0 As Granada. 12.0 Smoke on . . . The Red Arrows. I.O As Granada. 12.30 The Twilight Zone. 1.0 Throb. 1.30 Married . . . With Children. 2.0 Night Network. 4.0 America's Top 10. 4.30 Cover Story. S.O News; TV-am. London S.O As Granada. 11.30 Knight Rider. I.O As Granada. 12.30 Sledgehammer. I.O Night Network. 4.0 The Hit Man and Her. S.O News; TV-am. Scottish 5.0 As Granada. The Fall Guy. As Granada. The Campbells. As Granada. News; TV-am. 12.0 1.0 5.15 5.45 5.0 TVS 5.0 11.30 12.30 1.0 12.30 1.0 As Granada. The Greatest American Hero. Everyone a Winner. As Granada. 1st Exposure. Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased). Night Network. Company. Take Time Out. America's Top 10. News. TV-am. 2.0 4.0 4.5 4.35 5.0 6.0 TSW 5.0 As Granada. Gus Honeybun's Magic Birthdays. The South-west Week. Follyfoot. America's Top 10. As Granada. ' Newsport. Walt Disney Presnels; Gus Honeybun's Magic Birthdays. As Granada. News; TV-am. 11.27 11.30 12.0 12.30 1.0 5.5 5.10 5.45 5.0 Tyne-Tees 5.0 As Granada. 12.0 U.F.O. 1.0 As Granada. 5.0 News; TV-am. Ulster 6.0 As Granada. 12.0 Mr Merlin. 12.30 Everyone a Winner. 1.0 As Granada. 12.30 Ulster Newstime. Yorkshire 5.0 As Granada. 12.0 U.F.O. 1.0 As Granada. 5.0 News: TV-am. S4C 9.0 9.45 10.30 11.0 Right Talk. Years Ahead. Woman in View. Moneyspinner. Held in Trust. Teesra Kinara. The Stars. Film: An Ideal Husband. 1947 Oscar Wilde comedy with Pauiette Goddard, Michael Wilding. Racing from Doncaster. Brookside. Right to Reply. The Games in Question. Carreg Ateb. Newyddion. Y Maes Chwarae. Noson Lawen. Reslo. Tennis: US Open. After Dark. OiweddClose. 11.30 12.0 12.30 1.0 2.45 6.5 6.0 6.30 7.0 7.30 7.40 8.30 9.35 10.5 12.0 2.30 Morning ROUOH MODERATE Jf RT l """j f(S "" fSw fw9 w& 1 feS M0ERATE jJMS MODERATE 'r jp$-mjs-; JSfSrZZrl Js&fi smooth) :. SMOOTH (Dp, sTl::, I I SMOOTH (D SMOOTH U7) , General outlook A COLD front over Scotland will move slowly south-east during the day. Most of Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and northern England will start cloudy with outbreaks of rain, but central and southern England will be dry with sunny spells. London, SE England, E Anglia: Sunny spells with a few showers. Wind light to moderate. Max temp 22C (72F). Central S England, Midlands, E England, W Midlands, Channel Is, SW England: Sunny spells at first, but becoming more cloudy with a little light rain later. Max 21C (70F). S Wales, N Wales, NW England, Central N England, NE England: Cloudy with mainly light rain at times. Becoming mainly dry with sunny spells later in the afternoon and evening. Wind moderate, becoming fresh later. Max 21C (70F). Lake Dist, Isle of Man, Borders, Edinburgh, Dundee, Aberdeen, SW Scotland, Glasgow, Central Highlands, N Ireland: Cloudy with outbreaks of rain at first. Sunny spells and showers during the afternoon and evening. Wind moderate to fresh, west, becom Around the Mediterranean C F 351395 30.86 25.77 20068 15059 10B50 5041 0H32 -5023 o Algarve 28 Costa jST del Sol, V 30 Majorca -29 Canaries Jj- 28 Madeira Jf- 24 Madeira . "Vfffii. PuAX fiS Canaries Outlook For fieri lour days Agadir Dry, sunny Algarve Mainly dry Athens Dry, sunny Canaries Dry, sunny C del Sol Mainly dry Yesterday's summary Around the world (Lunch-time reports) C F 20 68 23 73 20 68 33 91 30 86 27 81 23 73 18 64 22 72 10 66 21 70 tl 62 21 70 25 77 32 90 15 69 31 68 23 73 24 75 22 72 18 64 21 70 21 70 17 63 17 63 11 52 26 79 26 79 43109 25 77 29 84 31 88 20 68 21 70 22 72 32 90 30 86 29 84 28 82 28 82 28 82 23 73 19 68 17 63 23 73 26 63 Aiaccio Algiers Amsterdam Athens Bahrain 'Barbados Barcelona Belgrade Berlin 'Bermuda Biarritz Bombay Bordeaux 'Boston Bristol Brussels Budapest '8 Aires Cairo Cape Town Cerdilt Casablanca 'Chicago Cologne Copenhagen Corfu 'Dallas 'Denver Dublin Oubrovnlk Faro Florence Franklurt Funchat Geneva Gibraltar Helsinki Hong Kong Innsbruck Istanbul Jersey Jaourg Larnoca Las Paimas Lisbon Locarno C. cloudy: Dr. drlula: F. fair: Fg. log: H, hall; R, ratn: SI, sleet: Sn, mow: S, sunny: Th, ihunder. ' (Previous day's readings) London readings From 6pm Thursday to 6am yesterday: Mln temp ISC (59F). From Sam to 6pm yesterday: Max tamp 23C (73F). Total period: sunshine, 8.1 hra; rainfall, nil. THE GUARDIAN 119 Farringdon Road London EC1H3ER Telephone : 01-278 2332 Telex : 8811746 (Guardn G) Fax:01-8372114. Fax:01-8338342. C F S 26 79 London F S 30 68 'Los Angeles C S 22 72 Luxembourg S F 26 79 Madrid S S 38 100 Majorca F c 27 81 Malaga S F 27 81 Malta C S 21 70 Melbourne F F 20 68 'Mexico City S S 32 90 'Miami R F 21 70 'Montreal S F 29 84 Moscow C C 21 70 Munich S S 24 75 Naples F F 20 68 'Nassau F S 21 70 Newcastle F F 18 64 NewQelhl S C 23 73 'New York S S 33 91 Nice F F 18 64 Oporto S C 18 64 Oslo C S 28 82 Paris S S 28 79 Peking R S 22 72 Parth C S 19 66 Prague S S 27 81 Reykjavik Or s 31 88 Rhodes S S 24 75 'Rio do Jan S C 15 59 Riyadh S S 23 73 Roma S S 30 88 Seoul F S 25 77 Singapore F S 21 70 Stockholm S S 34 83 Slrasbourg S F 23 73 Sydney S F 24 75 Tangier F F 19 66 Tel Aviv S F 30 86 Tensrlle c S 21 70 Tokyo S R 17 63 Tunis C F IB 64 Valencia F S 21 73 Venice S S 29 84 Vienna S F 29 84 Warsaw F S 33 91 'Washington S F 24 75 Zurich S Afternoon ing fresh to strong later. Max 19C(66F). Moray Firth, NE Scotland, Argyll, NW Scotland, Orkney: Dry with bright or sunny spells, showers later. Wind moderate to fresh, west, gradually increasing to strong or near gale force. Max 18C (64F). Shetland: Cloudy with rain at first, sunny spells and showers later. Wind fresh, increasing to strong or near gale force, westerly. Max 14C (57F). Outlook for Sunday and Monday: Sunny spells and showers, but perhaps with a longer spell of rain in the south on Sunday. Becoming cooler. Key to symbols -I' Wind direction N Temperatures (() and speed (mph) 2f (deoC) Rain nulfavaalhaf - clouds Thunder yti- Sunny f J Intervals Rain and sunny Marvels fg) Snow gj) Hal Sleet Fog (CCSBAIB ClaarnigM -Cold (rout Warm ton! - - Occluded (font Agadir Q 29 Palermo -jjj- 28 Athens 25 Nice tjffi"26 Rome 27 i Crete 25. Marseillesafee Dubrovnikffi 25 Istanbul -ft 22 Tunis fr 32 Malta -28 : Lamaca 27 ,, .1 I, r n a ar1 r r Maiia Crete Dry, sunny Dijbravnlk Dry, sunny Istanbul Dry, sunny Larnaca Dry, sunny Madeira Mainly dry Maorca Mainly dry Malta Dry, sunny Around Britain Report lor tha 24 hours yesterday: ended 6 pm Max temp Wealher C F (day) Sunny Sunny Sunny Rain pm Bright Sunny Fooam Bright Bright pm Sunny Sunny Sunny Swanaae. Weymouth. Exmoulh Telgnmouth. Torquay-Falmouth. In Manchester : 164 Deansgate Manchester M60 2RR Telephone : 061-832 7200 Fax -.061-832 5351. Tclephon Sales : London : 01-430 1234 Manchester : 061-832 7200 Sun- shine Rain hrs in ENGLAND Birmingham 9.9 19 66 Bristol 9.5 21 70 Buxton 7.2 15 59 Carlisle 0.4 16 59 Leeds B.O 19 66 London 8.1 23 73 Manchester 4.0 17 63 Newcastle 3.3 W 63 Norwich 3.1 18 64 Nottingham 9.9 20 68 Plymouth 103 2t 70 Ross-on-Wye- 6.6 21 70 EAST (TOAST Tynemoulh 2,4 15 59 Cloudy Scarborough 7.3 17 63 Sunny Bridlington 7.1 17 63 Sunny am Skegnes3 B.O 18 64 Sunny Hunslanlon 5.7 17 63 Sunny am Cromer 0.2 15 59 Cloudy Lowestolt 1.1 18 64 Dull Claclon 2.0 21 70 Cloudy Southend 1.3 21 70 Cloudy Margate t.O ta 64 Cloudy Heme Bay., 1.2 19 66 Cloudy SOUTH COAST Folkestone 19 66 Dull Hastings 3.2 21 70 Cloudy Faclhn.irnfl 13.5 22 72 SUhny Brighton 5.6 22 72 Bright Worthing 8.0 23 73 Sunny lllllahampton 8.7 24 75 Sunny Bognor Regis 8.6 22 72 Sunny Hayling Island 9.9 23 73 Sunny Southsea 8.9 23 73 Sunny Ryde 9.1 22 72 Sunny Sandown 10.5 22 72 Sunny Shanklln '7.6 22 72 Sunny Ventnor 10.5 22 72 Sunny Bournemouth 9.8 23 73 Sunny Poole 7.7 22 72 Sunnv 10.7 22 72 Sunnv 11.0 23 73 Sunny 10.2 21 70 Sunny h 10.5 22 72 Sunny li.u ' i sunny 7.3 19 68 Sunny Night Sun and moon Today Tomorrow SUN RISES- 627 am 7.27 pm 7.13 pm 6.39 am SUN SETS- tomorrow MOON: New 11lh SUN RISES SUNSETS MOON SETS MOON RISES 6 28 am 7.25 pm 7.22 pm 7.48 am tomorrow MOON : New LSghtlng-up times Today aeuasi Birmingham 8.2S pm 805 pm 806 pm 8.19 pm 7.57 pm 8 0S pm 8,07 pm 8.04 pm 8 22 pm 8.02 pm 8.04 pm 8.16 pm 7.55 pm 8.05 pm 8.04 pm 8.02 pm to 6.18 am lo 6.04 am to 6.08 am to 6.10 em lo 5.58 am to 6.05 am lo 6.00 am to 6.01 am lo 6.20 am to 6.06 am lo 6.ir arr to 6.1. arr to 6.0i arr. to 6.0r am to 6.02 am to 6.03 am UN5IQI Glasgow London Manchester Newcaslls- Noltingham Tomorrow Beiiast Birmingham- Bristol Glasgow. Lonaon Manchester- Newcastle Nottingham High tides Today Tim London Bridge 0223 Dower 1140 Liverpool 1154 Avonmoulh 0749 Hull 0649 HI Tim 6.8 1435 6.3 2359 8.8 12.1 2002 7.0 1918 1328 HI 6.7 6.1 124 6.8 2.9 5.1 1533 5.1 3.8 6.9 1509 6.9 6.5 9.0 12.4 2034 12.6 7.3 1946 7.0 3.3 1401 29 5.2 1601 5.2 3.8 Dun Laoghaire. Major roadworks Motorway Junction Oolaya M2 5 Peak times MS 9-11 Peakweekends M6 6-7 Severe M62 21-22 Severe M62 24-25 Peak limes M63 1-6 Severe M602f63 1 Severe A1(M) A69 Peak1ime3 Satellite predictions From To Elev Rlsesfsets Eros 20.29 20.35 75 WNW'SE Seasatt 03.35 03.44 30 ESEINNW 05.15 05.23 65 SSENW 20.37 20.45 53 NNESW UoSat2 22.11 2222 60 'WNWNNW Mir 04.57 04.59 50 'SSEE Salyut7 20.43 20.47 40 SWCESE Bhaskara2R 20.52 20.57 70 WSW'E IntrcmosHR 04.41 04.50 75 NNWSSE Aureole 2R 03.07' 03.11 55 'ESENE Cosms1633R 22.17 22.23 70 "SSENNE 23.59 00.06 SO 'rt'N ' Leaves or enters eclipse Predictions are for tomorrow, times are BST, coordinates are London. Wealher information supplied by the Meteorological Office, road information by the Department of Transport. Satellite predictions by the Royal Greenwich Observatory. "Crete liraannru Leilh 0310 Dun Laoghaire 1212 Tomorrow London Bridga 0258 Dover 1109 Liverpool 1223 Avonmouth 0823 Hull 0719 Greenock 0112 Leilh 0339 1237 Marseilles Sunshine, showers Nice Sunshine, showers Palermo Dry, sunny Rome Dry, sunny Tunis Hot, sunny 86 6.9 . 6.1 10.3 . 6.0 , 10.4 8.3 . 4.1 . 3.1 . 4.8 . 0 .9 . 4.9 . 82 , 4.8 8.6 0.8 1.5 , 1.9 . 1.1 . 2.0 . 0 .8 0,1 19 66 Sunny 19 66 Sunny pm 20 6B Sunny pm 20 68 Sunny 20 68 Sunny 21 70 Sunny 20 68 Sunny 17 63 Bright 17 63 Bright 17 63 Bright 16 61 Cloudy 17 63 Bright 19 66 Sunny 01 16 61 Sunny pm 20 68 Sunny Isles of Scilly-Jersey Guernsey- WEST COAST Newouav Minehead Weslon-s-Mara- Soulhport Blackpool Morecambe Douglas. WALES Anglesey CardiH Colwyn Bay lenDy- SC0TLAND Aberdeen Aviemore 15 59 15 59 17 63 16 61 13 55 .01 14 57 15 59 .02 13 55 .01 17 63 15 59 .06 13 55 .05 14 57 .01 13 55 Shower am Cloudy Bright - Cloudy Bright Cloudy Cloudy Shwrs pm Cloudy Cloudy Rain am Rain Rain pm Dunbar Edinburgh Kimoss- Lerwick Leuchars. 2.0 1,4 ol . 0.1 Prestwick- Stornoway-Tiree yvick- NORTHERN IRELAND Belfast I ' 16 61 Cloudy Leisure forecast Cllmbara and walkara in Scotland can obtain a special forecast by dialling 0893 500 followed by 442 In the East or 441 In tha Weal. Saltora can check conditions by dialling 0898 500 followed by the code (or their area: N Scotland 451; E Scotland 452: NE England 453: E England 454: Anglia 455: E Channel 456: Mid Channel 457; SW England 458; BrlslolChannel 459; Wales 460; MW England 461 Clyde 462; Caledonia 463; Mlnch 464: Ulster 465. Manchester readings From 6pm Thursday to 6am yesterday: Mln temp 12C (54F). From 8am to 6pm yesterday; Max temp 17C (63F). Total period: sunshine, 4.0 hrs; rainfall, nil. Published by Guardian Newspapers Limited at 119 Farringdon Road, London EC1R 3ER. and at 164 Deansgale, Manchester M60 2RR. Printed at (he Guardian Presa Centre, 2 Mlllharbour, London E14 9NG; 164 Deans-gate, Manchester M60 2RR, for and on behalf ot Ilia Guardian and Manchester Evening News PLC, 44,163 Saturday, September 10, 1988. Registered as a newspaper at the Pott Office, ISSN 0261-3007.

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