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: Open University

6.40 Virginia Woolf. 7.5 Psychology

Contributors

Unknown: Virginia Woolf.

: Play School

(Full details on BBCl at 4,0 pa)

: Closedown

: Open University

5.25 Open Forum. 5.50 Philosophy,
6.15 History - Gloriana. 6.40 Carlyle,

: The Health Team in Action

3: The Face of the Practice
Is the receptionist the dragon at the gate?
Producer RON BLOOMFIELD
Series editor MICHAEL GARROD Book, 11.30, from bookshops

Contributors

Editor: Michael Garrod

: NewsDay

with Robin Day
Today's News Summary followed by an interview on one of the day's headline stories with one of the people most involved. Weather
Over to you, Robin: page 2

: Policeman

The call of the sirens attracts an office worker to the window - and then to another career.
The training that follows is designed to meet any contingency-from attempted suicides to runaway canaries.
A film produced by ERIC MARQUIS

Contributors

Produced By: Eric Marquis

: Master Class: Geraint Evans

rehearses students and young singers in scenes from
Mozart's 'The Magic Flute' translation by EDWARD j. DENT With TOM MARSH , ANN JAMES
GARETH ROBERTS , ISOBEL BUCHANAN GRAHAM CLARK , RITA ANN CULLIS AMILIA DIXEY and ANNE MORGAN Repetiteur RICHARD NUNN
Sir Geraint sees Mozart's Magic Flute as a pantomime with good and evil competing against each other. In this last programme of the series his own mastery of changes of mood, from comedy to sadness to tenderness, is an object lesson for any aspiring singer.
Scenes staged by MALCOLM FRASER Sound ALAN EDMONDS Lighting PETER SMEE
Designer KEITH CHEETHAM Producer DAVID BUCKTON
Mozart's opera The Marriage of Figaro: next Saturday. BBC2 colour

Contributors

Unknown: With Tom Marsh
Unknown: Ann James
Unknown: Gareth Roberts
Unknown: Isobel Buchanan
Unknown: Graham Clark
Unknown: Rita Ann Cullis
Unknown: Amilia Dixey
Unknown: Anne Morgan
Repetiteur: Richard Nunn
Unknown: Malcolm Fraser
Unknown: Sound Alan Edmonds
Designer: Keith Cheetham
Producer: David Buckton

: Cleo and John

Midweek Music features
Cleo Laine and John Dankworth at home with guests Henry Mancini and Danny Williams
The first of two informal musical get-togethers at the Dankworths' home in Buckinghamshire.
Producer DON SAYER
Next Wednesday: Cleo and John entertain Roll Harris and Bonnie Dobson

Contributors

Unknown: Cleo Laine
Unknown: John Dankworth
Unknown: Henry Mancini
Unknown: Danny Williams
Producer: Don Sayer
Producer: Bonnie Dobson

: The Frost Interview

Politics - confrontation enquiry - revelation reminiscence - humour
Who will be the man or woman who comes face to face with David Frost ?
Director MIKE CATHERWOOD
Assistant producer BARBARA MAXWELL Producer lAIN JOHNSTONE
Over to you, David: page 6

Contributors

Unknown: David Frost
Producer: Barbara Maxwell

: Microbes and Men

A six-part series on the men who conquered disease.
1: The Invisible Enemy by MARTIN WORTH
In the 1840s the Vienna General Hospital was one of the great centres of European medicine, yet many mothers died of ' childbed fever.' Ignaz Semmelweis set out to find the cause of this disease.
Music composed by DUDLEY SIMPSON Designer DEREK DODD
Cameraman NAT CROSBY Film editor DAN RAE
Producer PETER GOODCHILD Director JOHN GLENISTER
Book, Microbes and Men. £2.50, from bookshops (available next month)

Contributors

Unknown: Ignaz Semmelweis
Composed By: Dudley Simpson
Designer: Derek Dodd
Editor: Dan Rae
Producer: Peter Goodchild
Director: John Glenister
Ignaz Semmelweis: Robert Lang
Hebra: David Garfield
Skoda: Wolfe Morris
Marcusovsky: Nigel Lambert
Klein: John Gill
Rokitansky: Leonard Maguire
Marie Semmelweis: Sandra Payne
Beck: Tim Meats
Hildenbrand: Donald Bisset
Inge: Lois Hantz
Senior midwife: Anna Wing
Junior midwife: Jacki Harding
Anna: Janet Pate
Routh: Crispin Gillbard
Wattman: Geoffrey Wincott
Patient: Rodney Cardiff

Blog post that mentions this programme:

The Sunday Post: Broadcasting Science 4 September 2016

: Where We Live

A series of films about growing up in Britain 1: London
Young people from Battersea and Walworth talk about their life in a London suburb. In poems and paintings they describe their homes, the children they know. the old people, their neighbours, and their ambitions and hopes for the future.
Film editor DAVID GLADWELL Producer DAVID HEYCOCK

Contributors

Editor: David Gladwell
Producer: David Heycock

: News Extra

David Holmes ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: David Holmes

: Closedown

RICHARD BEBB reads The Blue Fly by ROBERT GRAVES

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Bebb
Unknown: Robert Graves

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