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: Open University

6.40 A Poet and Politics. 7.5 Perceptual Learning. 7.3* English Furniture of the Thirties.

: Closedown

: Play School

(Full details on BBC1 at 4.25 pm)

: Closedown

: Cricket

The Gillette Cup
Lancashire v Middlesex
The afternoon's play and news of today's other second round matches

: Open University

5.0 Partial Differential Equations. 5.15 Maths: Measurable Functions 5.49 Functional Approximation. 6.14 The Face of Austria. 6.39 Hamlet. 7.5 Traffic Plan for Norwich.

: News on 2

Weather

: Gardeners' World

at Clacks Farm with Peter Seabrook and Arthur Billitt
In the greenhouse PETER SEABROOK takes cuttings of pelargoniums and pipings of pinks. ARTHUR BILLlTT increases his strawberry stock and pollinates melons. Together they attend to seasonal work in the vegetable plot.
Producer BARRIE EDGAR. BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Seabrook
Unknown: Arthur Billitt
Unknown: Peter Seabrook
Producer: Barrie Edgar.

: George Hamilton IV and Other Folk

In this final programme from The Maltings Concert Hall, Suffolk, the country music star introduces Pete Savers with his
Grand Ole Opry Road Show and Billle Jo Spears
Musical director BILL CLARKE
Television director RICK GARDNER Producer Douglas HESPE

Contributors

Unknown: Pete Savers
Director: Rick Gardner

: Who Said That?

Ned Sherrin challenges Antonia Fraser and Humphrey Lyttelton to identify who said what, when, and about whom. Today's guests Michael Frayn , Gillian Reynolds
Director ROBERT TONER
Producer MARK PATTERSON

Contributors

Unknown: Ned Sherrin
Unknown: Antonia Fraser
Unknown: Humphrey Lyttelton
Unknown: Michael Frayn
Unknown: Gillian Reynolds
Director: Robert Toner
Producer: Mark Patterson

: Look, Stranger: A Man of Natural Influence

The first of nine programmes.
In 1936 W.H. Auden wrote a poem starting "Look, stranger, at this island now".
Rene Cutforth has been travelling round meeting some of the characters who make up this island now and who have fascinated him.
Tonight we meet the first of them, Frank Clitheroe , who is one of that very rare breed, a man who really loves his job. Out at daybreak. he'll still be found checking up on the pheasants and partridges at dusk, yet he finds time to be one of the best gun dog trainers in the country.
Executive producer Jennifer Jeremy
Producer John Kenyon
BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Presenter: Rene Cutforth
Subject: Frank Clitheroe
Executive Producer: Jennifer Jeremy
Producer: John Kenyon

: The Love School: The Artisan


by John Prebble The last of six programmes
with David Burke as William Morris, Kika Markham as Jane Morris, Kenneth Colley as Edward Burne-Jones
William Morris is designing wallpaper, stained glass, furniture, fabrics at his earthly paradise, Kelmscott. But he longs to share this joy in work with others and turns to Socialism.

Contributors

Writer: John Prebble
Producer: Rosemary Hill
Director: Piers Haggard
William Morris: David Burke
Jane Morris: Kika Markham
Edward Burne-Jones: Kenneth Colley
D G Rossetti: Ben Kingsley
Jenny Morris: Tracey Perry
May Morris, as a girl: Alison Dowling
Georgiana Burne-Jones: Celestine Randall
Ford Madox Brown: Ted Valentine
Watts-Dunton: Paul Alexander
Doctor: William Hoyland
Vicar: Edward Palmer
George Bernard Shaw: Struan Rodger
Henry Mayers Hyndman: Robert Hartley
Magistrate: Ronald Russell
May Morris, as a woman: Sarah Twist
Aubrey Beardsley: John Dicks

: Cricket

The Gillette Cup
Lancashire v Middlesex
Highlights of today's play
Introduced by PETER WALKER
Producer DAVID KENNING

Contributors

Introduced By: Peter Walker
Producer: David Kenning

: Newsnight

Peter Woods ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Woods

: Closedown

HUGH BURDEN reads
Red Geranium and Godly Mignonette by D. h. LAWRENCE

Contributors

Unknown: Hugh Burden
Unknown: D. H. Lawrence








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