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Today's story:
Oliver Philip , the Octopus Written and told by Rolf Harris
Presenters
CHLOE ASHCROFT , DEREK GRIFFITHS

Contributors

Unknown: Oliver Philip
Told By: Rolf Harris
Presenters: Chloe Ashcroft
Unknown: Derek Griffiths

: Closedown

: Open University

: Early Years at School

Talking Matters
How we talk to the pre-school and the infant school child affects the development of his own use of language. Some practical strategies explored.
Introduced by ALAN LITTLE
Producer david ALLEN
Book (same title). 70p, from bookshops

Contributors

Introduced By: Alan Little
Producer: David Allen

: Open University

: News Summary

Weather

: See It This Way

This week: Poverty
Are the poor in Britain getting poorer?
Frank Field, , Child Poverty Action Group, tells three of the new mps just elected to Parliament how he thinks the politicians have gone wrong and what to do to put things right. Chairman Robert McKcnzie
Producer MARGARET DOUGLAS Pressure and parties: page 5

Contributors

Unknown: Robert McKcnzie
Producer: Margaret Douglas

: Collector's World

More items of interest, information and investigation for collectors about collecting. Art Deco
The term ' Art Deco ' describes the decorative arts of the 1920s and 30s. Like Art Nouveau, it has established itself as a period of great interest to the collector.
Experts BEVIS hiixier and PHILIPPE GARNER explain some of its sources of inspiration - Cubism and Ancient Egyptian art are just two - and talk about examples of wide-ranging value. Arthur Negus answers viewers' questions Hugh Scully introduces the programme s ROBIN DRAKE PAUL SMITS Producer JOHN KING (Bristol)

Contributors

Unknown: Philippe Garner
Unknown: Arthur Negus
Introduces: Hugh Scully
Unknown: Robin Drake
Unknown: Paul Smits
Producer: John King

: The Pallisers

based on the novels of ANTHONY TROLLOPE : written for television in 26 parts by SIMON RAVEN Part 14
Cast in order of appearance:
Script editor LENNOX PHILLIPS Designer TIM HARVEY
Producer MARTIN lisemore RONALD WILSON
(Terence Alexander is in ' Two and Two Make Sex ' at the Cambridge Theatre, London)

Contributors

Unknown: Anthony Trollope
Editor: Lennox Phillips
Designer: Tim Harvey
Producer: Martin Lisemore
Producer: Ronald Wilson
Unknown: Terence Alexander
Lord Fawn: Derek Jacobi
Mrs Hittaway: Penelope Keith
Duke of Omnium: Roland Culver
Plantagenet: Philjp Latham
Marie Goesler: Barbara Murray
Glencora: Susan Hampshire
Mary Finn maire: Ni Ghrainne
Phineas Finn: Donal McCann
Doctor: Denis McCarthy
Lizzie Eustace: Sarah Badel
Frank Greystock: Martin Jarvis
Lord George: Terence Alexander
Duke of St Bungay: Roger Livesey
Sgt Bunfit: James Cossins
Maj Mackintosh: Iain Clthbertson
Barrington Erle: Moray Watson
Mr Monk: Bryan Pringle
Mr Bonteen: Peter Sallis
Mrs Carbuncle: Helen Lindsay
Collingwood: Maurice Quick
Rev Emilius: Anthony Ainley
Mr Gresham: Robin Bailey

: Show of the Week: The Vera Lynn Show

starring Vera Lynn with her guests Rolf Harris
Cashman and West, Roger Webb and The Young Generation with ALYN AINSWORTH
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Choreographer NIGEL LYTHGOE Series costume designers
JOYCE MORTLOCK. JANE NAGY , DORINDA REA Make-up artist sylvia THORNTON Sound HUGH BARKER
Lighting dickie hicham Series designers
BRIAN TREGIDDEN , VALERIE WARRENDER Producer TERRY HUGHES

Contributors

Unknown: Vera Lynn
Unknown: Rolf Harris
Unknown: Roger Webb
Unknown: Joyce Mortlock.
Unknown: Jane Nagy
Unknown: Brian Tregidden
Unknown: Valerie Warrender
Producer: Terry Hughes

: The ' Celebration' of the 100th Chronicle

How would the British manage today on a daily diet of winkles, mussels, berries and hazelnuts-the food their ancestors lived on 7,000 years ago?
To celebrate its 100th programme Chronicle has selected food from the Stone Age, Ancient Egypt and the Rome of 2,000 years ago to offer historians and archaeologists a unique banquet.
Magnus Magnusson reports on what has been found out about food in the distant past and discusses the diners' reactions to a very unusual piece of experimental archaeology.
Designer TONY SNOADEN Film s
ANTONIA BENEDEK. PAUL JORDAN Studio ROY davjes Producer PAUL johnstone

Contributors

Unknown: Magnus Magnusson
Unknown: Antonia Benedek.
Producer: Paul Johnstone

: News Extra

Presented by David Holmes with Peter Dorling Weather

Contributors

Presented By: David Holmes
Unknown: Peter Dorling

: In Vision

Introduced by Paul Barnes and Chris Dunkley
Where do New Programmes come from, Mummy?
This week seven new series start on BBCtv. How is a new programme born? Who had the bright ideas? In Vision talks to two producers about the birth of their programme idea - Colin Morris talks about the original inspiration for the new drama series The Carnforth Practice, and Julian Jebb talks about the origin of the feature series Success Story.
Producer PETER FOGES Editor WILL WYATT

Contributors

Introduced By: Paul Barnes
Introduced By: Chris Dunkley
Talks: Colin Morris
Talks: Julian Jebb

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