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: Open University

6.40 J. S. Bach. 7.5 Brunelleschi's Architecture. 7.39 Revolutions of 1848.

Contributors

Unknown: J. S. Bach.

: Closedown

: Play School

Story: The Snail by FRANCES PARTRIDGE Presenters:
CHLOE ASHCROFT , JON GLOVER
Pianist MICHAEL OMER Designer JEREMY BEAR
Scriptwriter/Director NICK WILSON Producer anne gobey
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE

Contributors

Unknown: Frances Partridge
Unknown: Chloe Ashcroft
Pianist: Jon Glover
Pianist: Michael Omer
Designer: Jeremy Bear

: Closedown

: Open University

5.0 The Delian Problem. 5.25 Maths: Complex Integration. 5.50 Optical Microscopy. 6.15 Chemistry of Carbon Compounds. 6.40 The Bauhaus at Weimar.

: Mr Smith's Vegetable Garden

A series of eight programmes on how to grow your own vegetables presented by Geoffrey Smith
3: The seed is eager to grow
Why not sow peas, onions, parsnips and cauliflowers this weekend? As Geoffrey Smith says: ' All you've got to do is prepare the soil, sow the seed, let it happen and enjoy the end product. It's so much nicer than anything you can buy in the shop.'
Series producer PETER RIDING Director Brian DAVIES
Book (same title), 60p, from baokshop.

Contributors

Presented By: Geoffrey Smith
Unknown: Geoffrey Smith
Director: Brian Davies

: Weather

: Newsday

with Robin Day , Richard Kershaw Richard Baker brings you the News and an interview with a man or woman behind the headlines.

Contributors

Unknown: Robin Day
Unknown: Richard Kershaw
Unknown: Richard Baker

: The Money Programme

' The First Ten Years '
On 5 April 1966 The Money Programme began its weekly coverage of business, finance, industry and money. Tonight in a special tenth anniversary edition the team looks back on ten years of our economic life with the help of those who shaped it.
Presented by JAMES BELLINI BILL KERR ELLIOTT
JOHN SWINFIELD
With GRAHAM TURNER and ROBERT MCKENZIE
Assistant editor PAUL ELLIS Editor JOHN DEKKER

Contributors

Presented By: James Bellini
Presented By: Bill Kerr Elliott
Presented By: John Swinfield
Unknown: Graham Turner
Unknown: Robert McKenzie
Editor: Paul Ellis
Editor: John Dekker

: It's Patently Obvious

Ian McNaught Davis presents a new panel game featuring the identification of extraordinary inventions of the past and present. Using their powers of deduction and wit are resident experts
Professor Eric Laithwaite William Woollard and their guests
Jo Sandilands Fritz Spiegl
Series producer JOHN KING
Director COLIN coomah BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Ian McNaught Davis
Unknown: Professor Eric Laithwaite
Unknown: William Woollard
Unknown: Jo Sandilands
Unknown: Fritz Spiegl
Producer: John King
Director: Colin Coomah

: Battle of the Sexes

A light-hearted look at the relationship between men and women with Judith Arthy , Jacqueline Clarke Derek Griffiths , Julia McKenzie James Smilie , Ralph Watson
Musical director BURT RHODES Script editor AUSTIN STEELE Designer PETER BRACHACKI Producer PETER whitmore

Contributors

Unknown: Judith Arthy
Unknown: Jacqueline Clarke
Unknown: Derek Griffiths
Unknown: Julia McKenzie
Unknown: James Smilie
Unknown: Ralph Watson
Director: Burt Rhodes
Editor: Austin Steele
Designer: Peter Brachacki
Producer: Peter Whitmore

: Playhouse

The Button Man by EWART ALEXANDER
' Whatever you think of me doesn't change what you are. Rabble who've heard of socialism and think it's ten pints a night. Go on, vote me out ...' with the GYRLAIS MALE VOICE CHOIR
Script editor LOUIS MARKS
Designer CHRISTOPHER PEMSEL Producer INNES LLOYD Director KENNETH IVES

Contributors

Unknown: Ewart Alexander
Editor: Louis Marks
Designer: Christopher Pemsel
Producer: Innes Lloyd
Director: Kenneth Ives
Emrys: Robert Urquhart
Ted: Philip Madoc
Alun: Alan Lake
Margaret: Myvanwy Jenn
Evan: Artro Morris
Phil: Brendan Price
Sam Luxton: Brendan Barry
Gareth: Mike Hayward
Hywel: William Bryan
Miner: Ellis Jones

: Dylan Thomas Lived Here

Dannie Abse in Laugharne
Now as 1 was young and easy under the apple boughs
About the lilting house and happy as the grass was green,
The night above the dingle starry, Time let me hail and climb
Golden in the heydays of his eyes
From the time he grew up DYLAN THOMAS longed to return to the paradise he felt he had inhabited as a child. The poet DANNIE ABSE feels that this shows through all Dylan Thomas 's work. His most beautiful laments are for his lost innocence - innocence of death.
The years that Thomas lived in Laugharne, just outside Swansea, provided him with the setting and characters for Under Milk Wood. But they also brought him closer than he had been since childhood to his lost paradise.
Film cameraman A. A. ENGLANDER Sound DAVE JEWITT
Film editor ALLAN TYRER
Series producer DAVID HEYCOCK Director MARGARET MCCALL Preview: page 13

Contributors

Unknown: Dannie Abse
Unknown: Dylan Thomas
Unknown: Dannie Abse
Unknown: Dylan Thomas
Unknown: A. A. Englander
Unknown: Dave Jewitt
Editor: Allan Tyrer
Producer: David Heycock
Director: Margaret McCall

: Newsnight

with Richard Baker ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Baker

: Closedown

ROBERT HARRIS reads
Raspberries by laurence LERNER

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Harris
Unknown: Laurence Lerner








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