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: Open University

6.40 Twentieth-Centurv Poetry. 7.5 Philosophy - Other Minds. 7.3* Frank Llcyd Wright.

Contributors

Unknown: Frank Llcyd Wright.

: Closedown

: Play School

Story:
When the King wants to Sing written by MARGARET JOY illustrated by LAURENCE HENRY
Presenters:
CHLOE ASHCROFT , JON GLOVER

Contributors

Written By: Margaret Joy
Illustrated By: Laurence Henry
Unknown: Chloe Ashcroft
Unknown: Jon Glover

: Closedown

: Open University

5.25 Maths: Lebesgue Integration. 5.50 Roots of Equations 6.15 Odilon Redon
6.40 The Historian at Work,

Contributors

Unknown: Odilon Redon

: On Union Business

A series of five programmes for trade unionists. 5: Negotiation
FRANK CASEY , a new shop steward, is part of a negotiating team. But will his members accept the outcome?
Director CHARLES pascoe Producer TONY MATTEWS

Contributors

Unknown: Frank Casey
Director: Charles Pascoe
Producer: Tony Mattews

: Weather

: Newsday

with Ludovie Kennedy , Robin Day Richard Kershaw. Richard Baker After tonight's News, an interview with Rt Hon William Ross , MP, Secretary of State for Scotland, on the Government's controversial devolution White Paper and his own crucial role as the Cabinet Minister responsible for presenting the proposals to the people of Scotland.

Contributors

Unknown: Ludovie Kennedy
Unknown: Robin Day
Unknown: Richard Kershaw.
Unknown: Richard Baker
Unknown: William Ross

: Gardeners' World

with Percy Thrower at Clacks Farm
In spite of the severe structural damage caused by the gale on the night of 2 January most of the fruit trees at Clacks Farm survived. PERCY THROWER and ARTHUR BILLITT take stock of the situation, feed the soft fruit and make a start on pruning, spraying and feeding the roses.
Producer BARRIE EDGA-: BBC Birmingham
(Percy Thrower 's Guide to Gardeners' World, 50p, from bookshops)

Contributors

Unknown: Percy Thrower
Unknown: Percy Thrower
Unknown: Arthur Billitt
Unknown: Percy Thrower

: Arena: Art and Design

Tonight "Arena" presents the work of British and American artists who use video - the machinery of television - breaking out from the limits set in conventional broadcasting and transforming the medium's capacity for communication.

Contributors

Studio Director: Denis Moriarty
Executive Producer: David Cheshire
Producer: Mark Kidel

: Nana Mouskouri

with her own special kind of music and this week's guests
Lulu, The King's Singers and Roger Whittaker Featured musicians:
NICOLAS LAVRANOS with YOUSSI ALLIE
NICOLAS KARAXALIOS
GIORGOS KOKKINOS
ANDREAS METALIDIS
Orchestra conducted by PETER KNIGHT Sound ADRIAN BISHOP-LAGGETT Designer DON TAYLOR
Producer YVONNE LITTLEWOOD

Contributors

Unknown: Roger Whittaker
Unknown: Nicolas Lavranos
Unknown: Youssi Allie
Unknown: Nicolas Karaxalios
Unknown: Giorgos Kokkinos
Unknown: Andreas Metalidis
Conducted By: Peter Knight
Conducted By: Sound Adrian Bishop-Laggett
Designer: Don Taylor
Producer: Yvonne Littlewood

: One-upmanship

based on Gamesmanship,
Lifemanship and One-upmanship by STEPHEN POTTER
A series of six programmes
Adapted by BARRY TOOK , starring Richard Briers and Peter Jones
With FREDERICK JAEGER , DONALD GEE ANITA CAREY JAY NEILL and THE LICHFIELD CHORISTERS This week: Healthmanship
' Doctorship,' says STEPHEN POTTER , ' is the art of getting one up on the patient without actually killing him.' Tonight's episode of One-upmanship tackles many aspects of the doctor/patient relationship - it's a must for anyone who enjoys good, or indeed, bad health.
Music arranged and directed by PETER NOYCE
Sound JOHN DELANY
Lighting MIKE JEFFERIES Design PAUL ALLEN
Producer BERNARD THOMPSON

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Potter
Adapted By: Barry Took
Unknown: Richard Briers
Unknown: Peter Jones
Unknown: Frederick Jaeger
Unknown: Donald Gee
Unknown: Anita Carey
Unknown: Jay Neill
Unknown: Stephen Potter
Directed By: Peter Noyce
Directed By: Sound John Delany
Unknown: Mike Jefferies
Design: Paul Allen
Producer: Bernard Thompson

: Microbes and Men

A second chance to see this six-part series on the men who conquered disease. The Writers' Guild of Great Britain's Best British Documentary Script, 1975 1: The Invisible Enemy by MARTIN WORTH , with Robert Lang as Ignaz Semmelweis In the 1840s the Vienna General Hospital was one of the great centres of European medicine, yet one mother in three died of 'childbed fever.' Ignaz Semmelweis set out to find the cause of this disease. f .. superbly done
(TOM STOPPARD. THE OBSERVER) Producer PETER GOODCHILD Director JOHN GLENISTER

Contributors

Unknown: Martin Worth
Unknown: Robert Lang
Unknown: Ignaz Semmelweis
Unknown: Ignaz Semmelweis
Unknown: Tom Stoppard.
Producer: Peter Goodchild
Director: John Glenister
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
Syphilis patient: Rodney Cardiff

: Newsnight

with Richard Baker ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Baker

: Closedown

PAUL SCOFIELD reads
Mythistorema (Part 4) from Argonauts by GEORGE SEFERIS Translated by REX WARNER

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Scofield
Unknown: George Seferis
Translated By: Rex Warner








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