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: Open University

6.40Respiratory Mechanisms. 7.5 Mining. 7.30 Acetic Acid.

: Closedown

: Play School

Presenters
TONI ARTHUR , JON GLOVER

Contributors

Unknown: Toni Arthur
Unknown: Jon Glover

: Closedown

: Racing from Chester

2.15 Red Dragon Stakes (5f)
2.45 Sefton Stakes (7f, 122yds)
3.20 Ladbroke Chester Cup (handicap) (2m, 2f, 97yds)
3.50 The Cheshire Oaks (1m, 4f, 65yds)
Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN
JIMMY LINDLEY , JOHN HANMER Introduced by JULIAN WILSON
Outside broadcast presentation by RAY LAKELAND

Contributors

Commentators: Peter O'Sullevan
Unknown: Jimmy Lindley
Unknown: John Hanmer
Introduced By: Julian Wilson

: Closedown

: Open University

5.0 Personality Growth and Learning.
5.25 The Bauhaus at Weimar. 5.50 Reading Development. C.15 Government and Policy Making, 6.40 Gian Lorenzo Bernini.

Contributors

Unknown: Gian Lorenzo

: Worlds without Sun

Ten films of caves and cavers 5: Vulcan's Cave
Two thousand years ago the eruption of a volcano produced a unique cave system on the island of Lanzarote in the Canaries. Here you can explore the caves and bake eggs in the ground at the same time.
Producers KARL-HEINZ BORN
MICHAEL GARROD , PETER RAMSDEN

Contributors

Producers: Karl-Heinz Born
Unknown: Michael Garrod
Unknown: Peter Ramsden

: Newsday

with Michael Charlton. An interview follows the News Summary Preceded by Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Charlton.

: Two Wheels, Twelve Gears

Getaway to the world of the racing cyclist. Caerphilly was the scene of the first professional cycle race in South Wales.
Barrie Gill went to Caerphilly to meet the British riders now winning here and on the continent, and to weigh up our chances of soon having in this country champions as famous as Eddie Merckx and the Tour de France.
Director PETER CLEAVER Producer TONY SALMON Editor BRIAN ROBINS

Contributors

Unknown: Barrie Gill
Unknown: Eddie Merckx
Director: Peter Cleaver
Editor: Brian Robins

: Worldwide

Czechoslovakia
The Slipper Culture - that's what the Czechoslovaks call their television. After a hard day the socialist workers relax at home with their favourite programme which, for this serious-minded and cultural people, is likely to be an original presentation of classical music or a good drama. Presented by Frank Gillard
Producer MARYSE ADDISON

Contributors

Presented By: Frank Gillard
Producer: Maryse Addison

: Wessex Tales

The Withered Arm by THOMAS HARDY
Dramatised by RHYS ADRIAN starring
When Farmer Lodge brings home Gertrude, his new bride, a mysterious enemy awaits to blight their happiness.
In terms of performance and production it would be difficult to fault.
(DAILY EXPRESS)
A splendid start to o series which promises some compulsive viewing.
(DAILY TELEGRAPH)
Music composed and conducted by JOSEPH HOROVITZ
Producer IRENE SHUBIK
Director DESMOND DAVIS

Contributors

Unknown: Thomas Hardy
Dramatised By: Rhys Adrian
Conducted By: Joseph Horovitz
Producer: Irene Shubik
Director: Desmond Davis
Rhoda: Billie Whitelaw
Gertrude: Yvonne Antrobus
Farmer John Lodge: Edward Hardwicke
Jamie: William Relton
Dairyman: John Welsh
Conjuror Trendle: Esmond Knight
Hangman: Paul Hardwick
Housekeeper, Sarah: Virginia Snyder
Meg, milkmaid: Merelina Kendall
Beth, milkmaid: Valerie Holliman
Doctor: Hugh Morton

: Inside Story

Z Charlie Four
Two mobile Task Force constables cruise around Blackpool watching and waiting and ready to pounce. Their call-sign is ' Z Charlie Four.'
It is July - the height of the holiday season. The factories of the North have closed down for the Wakes Week Break - and the town is packed with holiday-makers intent on fun, mischief, mayhem or worse.
Waiting for the troublemakers are BERNARD CARTER and GEORGE HAYWOOD of the Lancashire Police, and in this frank documentary film about the real Z Cars, there is plenty of trouble.
Film cameraman MIKE SPOONER Film editor ARTHUR SOLOMON Producer ROGER MILLS Director TIM KING

Contributors

Unknown: Bernard Carter
Unknown: George Haywood
Unknown: Mike Spooner
Editor: Arthur Solomon
Director: Tim King

: Don't Quote Me

Bryan Magee introduces a series of six programmes in which some of the people who write for the press meet some of the people they write about. Are people too sensitive about what the papers say?
This week: sports writing.
Executive producer WILL WYATT Producer PETER FOGES

Contributors

Introduces: Bryan Magee
Producer: Peter Foges

: News Extra

Peter Dorling ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Dorling

: Closedown

BERNARD IIEPTON reads The Constant Lover by SIR JOHN SUCKLING 11.30 Close

Contributors

Unknown: Bernard Iiepton
Unknown: Sir John Suckling








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