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: Open University

6.40 Maths Analysis - Sequences. 7.5 The Large Household. 7.30 Maths: Normed Spaces.

: Closedown

: Liberal Party Assembly

Live coverage of the third day in Scarborough. Reporting team:
Robin Day and Richard Wakely

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Wakely

: Play School

Story: Said the Table to the Chair by EDWARD LEAR illustrated by MAUREEN ROFFEY
Presenters KAREN PLATT , JOHN COLDER
Scriptwriter/Director PETER WILTSHIRE

Contributors

Unknown: Edward Lear
Illustrated By: Maureen Roffey
Presenters: Karen Platt
Presenters: John Colder
Director: Peter Wiltshire

: Liberal Party Assembly

Further coverage
12.45* Morning Report
A round-up of the debates

: Closedown

2.15 pm Live coverage of the afternoon's session
Outside broadcast producer KEN GRIFFIN
Producer COLIN HART
Editor MARGARET DOUGLAS

Contributors

Producer: Ken Griffin
Producer: Colin Hart
Editor: Margaret Douglas

: Open University

5.6 Public Administration. 5.50 Modelling for British Steel. 6.15 Day School Experiment. 6.40 Social Behaviour of Animals.

: Closedown

: Weather

: Newsday

with Robin Day
News from Richard Whitmore is followed by an interview with a man or woman behind the headlines.

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Whitmore

: Pot Black

BBC2 Snooker Championship
Another opportunity to see how the 1975 Pot Black Trophy was won. Featuring four Pot Black Champions: EDDIE CHARLTON , GRAHAM MILES, RAY REARDON , JOHN SPENCER. And their Challengers: FRED DAVIS , JOHN PULMAN , DENNIS TAYLOR , REX WILLIAMS Tonight: Ray Reardon
1975 World Snooker Champion against Graham Miles
1974 Pot Black Champion Introduced by ALAN WEEKS Referee SYDNEY LEE
Guest: JOE DAVIS , OBE
Commentator TED LOWE
Director JIM DUMICHAN
Producer REG PERRIN (Birmingham)

Contributors

Unknown: Eddie Charlton
Unknown: Ray Reardon
Unknown: John Spencer.
Unknown: Fred Davis
Unknown: John Pulman
Unknown: Dennis Taylor
Unknown: Ray Reardon
Introduced By: Alan Weeks
Unknown: Joe Davis
Commentator: Ted Lowe
Director: Jim Dumichan
Producer: Reg Perrin

: The Money Programme

Taxed Beyond Belief
How much of your pay goes in Income Tax? Today the lowest rate of Income Tax is 35 pence in the pound, and for some people it is as high as 98 pence. And as much as another quarter of your income can go in other taxes.
Alan Watson , with John Swinfield , James Bellini , and Bill Kerr Elliott, considers whether our tax system is effective and the right one for our economy. Does it strike the right balance, or is it in need of reform?
Assistant editor PAUL ELLIS Editor JOHN DEKKER

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Watson
Unknown: John Swinfield
Unknown: James Bellini
Unknown: Bill Kerr
Editor: Paul Ellis
Editor: John Dekker

: Fawlty Towers

by John Cleese and Connie Booth.
The first of six programmes starring John Cleese, Prunella Scales, Andrew Sachs and Connie Booth.
Basil Fawlty tries to improve the class of the hotel's clientele, with remarkable results.
(Andrew Sachs is in "No Sex Please - We're British" at the Strand Theatre, London)
Preview: page 17

Contributors

Writer: John Cleese
Writer: Connie Booth
Music: Dennis Wilson
Designer: Peter Kindred
Producer: John Howard Davies
Basil Fawlty: John Cleese
Sybil Fawlty: Prunella Scales
Manuel: Andrew Sachs
Mr MacKenzie: David Simeon
Major Gowen: Ballard Berkeley
Mr Watson: Lionel Wheeler
Danny: Robin Ellis
Polly: Connie Booth
Mr Wareing: Terence Conoley
Lord Melbury: Michael Gwynn
Sir Richard Morris: Martin Wyldeck

Blog post that mentions this programme:

The Sunday Post: Wendy Craig 4 December 2016

: Leap in the Dark

I will not say it is possible -1 only say that it is true.
(CHARLES RICHET)
Colin Wilson introduces four cases of extrasensory perception.
1: The Rosenheim Poltergeist
Most people faced by electricity bills which have suddenly trebled, with exploding light bulbs and fuses that jump out of the fuse-box send for the electrician. Herr Sigmund Adam , a respectable elderly Bavarian lawyer did just that. It turned out to be a mistake -what he needed was a ghost-hunter. with I'ROFESSOR HANS BENDER
DR CHRIS EVANS
DR ANITA GREGORY
PROFESSOR JOHN TAYLOK
Designer CHRIS ROBILLIARD Director COLIN GODMAN Producer ANNE OWEN
Series editor JOHN KING (Bristol)

Contributors

Introduces: Colin Wilson
Unknown: Herr Sigmund Adam
Unknown: Rofessor Hans Bender
Unknown: Dr Chris Evans
Unknown: Dr Anita Gregory
Unknown: Professor John Taylok
Designer: Chris Robilliard
Director: Colin Godman

: The Carnforth Practice

with and in Adam by MERVYN HAISMAN
Greville wonders whether a client might be his half-brother, but the reticence of their respective mothers, and the handicap of the client, make it impossible to learn the truth.
Created by COLIN MORRIS , DIANE CAMPBELL Designer TIM GLEESON Producer COLIN MORRIS
Director CHRISTOPHER BARRI

Contributors

Unknown: Mervyn Haisman
Unknown: Colin Morris
Unknown: Diane Campbell
Designer: Tim Gleeson
Producer: Colin Morris
Director: Christopher Barri
the Hon Greville Carnforth: Michael Elwyn
Nancy Burton: Pamela Brown
Adam Burton: David Collings
Willie: Edmund Bailey
Tim: Brian Gilbert
Angela: Caroline Whitaker
Lord Penmere: Mark Edwards
Lady Mary: Aimée Delamain
Dr Helen Rheinman: Pamela Salem
Carmelita: Glgi Gatti
Nicholas Ashby: Patrick Godfrey
First attendant: Michael O'Hagan
Second attendant: Anthony Benson
Wally Scott: Godfrey James
George: George Waring
Gaunt: Neville Jason

: Newsnight

Presented by Richard Whitmore
Weather

Contributors

Presented By: Richard Whitmore

: Closedown

MICHAEL GWYNN reads
A Londoner in New England, 1941 by JAN STRUTHER

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Gwynn
Unknown: Jan Struther








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