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: Open University

6.40 Genes and Development. 7.5 Urban Education: New Directions. 7.31 Language and Learning.

: Closedown

: Play School

Story: The Waiting Game Written by SHIRLEY GEE Presenters
CAROL LEADER, LIONEL MORTON

Contributors

Written By: Shirley Gee
Presenters: Carol Leader,
Leader: Lionel Morton

: Closedown

: Open University

4.55 Project Tutoring 5.20 Ecology. 5.45 Things Present -Times Pas1. 6.111 Mineralisation in Cornwall. 1.35 Electromagnetic Radiation.

: News on 2 Headlines

with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2

: May I Have the Pleasure?

The Story of Popular Dancing A series of five programmes 2: The French Connection
Louis XIV, the Sun King, and his Court dominate the culture of Europe. This is a period of dancing of which most people have a false notion. Narrated by MARTIN JARVIS Featuring MICHAEL HOLMES and JUDY GRINDLEY
Music arranged by JONATHAN COHEN Series devised by BELINDA QUIREY Producer RONALD SMEDLEY

Contributors

Unknown: Martin Jarvis
Unknown: Michael Holmes
Unknown: Judy Grindley
Arranged By: Jonathan Cohen
Producer: Ronald Smedley

: News on 2

Weather

: Scene: New Plays for Young People

Seven plays by seven writers who were asked, ' Write a play that means something to teenagers today.' The sixth play: Choices by PETER MCDOUGALL , winner of the BAFTA's Rediffusion ' 'Flame of Knowledge ' Award: starring
Fulton Mackay and Jon Morrison with Phil McCall , Bill Henderson Bill Patterson , Bill Armour and Jim Kennedy
Co-produced with Schools Television, Scotland. Producer ANDRÉE MOLYNEUX

Contributors

Unknown: Peter McDougall
Unknown: Fulton MacKay
Unknown: Jon Morrison
Unknown: Phil McCall
Unknown: Bill Henderson
Unknown: Bill Patterson
Unknown: Bill Armour
Unknown: Jim Kennedy

: Turning Points

Four Chronicle programmes about critical moments in history. 2: The 100 Days
Written and introduced by John Julius Norwich
The Emperor Napoleon in 1815 was borne back to Paris on a surge of popular enthusiasm. No period in his extraordinary life was as dramatic - or as tragic - as the days between his escape from Elba and his destruction on the field of Waterloo.
Producer KENNETH SHEPHEARD

Contributors

Introduced By: John Julius Norwich
Producer: Kenneth Shepheard

: Rhoda

A comedy film series starring with with guest stars Tim Matheson
Mclanie Mayron
Anthony Charnota A Federal Case
Brenda is determined to realise heT fondest dream when the ideal man comes to her apartment, even if he is more interested in what's happening in the place opposite.

Contributors

Unknown: Tim Matheson
Unknown: McLanie Mayron
Unknown: Anthony Charnota
Rhoda: Valerie Harper
Brenda: Julie Kavner
Joe: David Groh

: Marie Curie

A series in five parts by ELAINE MORGAN with and Part 4
1904. The fame that has followed their Nobel Prize has almost prevented Pierre and Marie from continuing their research. Pierre's health has also been deteriorating and the reason is becoming clearer from the experiments that he himself is conducting.
Incidental music CARL DAVIS
Designers TIM HARVEY. PAUL JOEL (Producer PETER. GOODCHILD Director JOHN GLENISTER

Contributors

Unknown: Elaine Morgan
Music: Carl Davis
Designers: Tim Harvey.
Designers: Paul Joel
Producer: Peter. Goodchild
Director: John Glenister
Marie Curie: Jane Lapotaire
Pierre Curie: Nigel Hawthorne
Eugene Curie: Maurice Denham
Paul Langevin: Peter Birrel
Jean Perrin: Hugh Dickson
Academician: Donald Bisset
Irene (aged 9): Rebekah O'Neill
Demenitroux: Nigel Lambert
Driver: Terry Bale
Cabbie: Gordon Salkilld
Gendarme: Jay Neill
Professor Appell: Richard Bebb
Bronya: Penelope Lee
Debierne: Michael Cronin
Demalander: Crispin Gillbard
Henriette Perrin: Sally Home
Irene (aged 13): Hannah Isaacson
Jeanne Langevin: Madeline Bellamy
Gustave Téry: Olaf Pooley
François: Alec Wallis
Professor Gautier: Ronald Adam
Professor Lippmann: James Berwick

: Lions and Lambs

Ever since 1888, when the first British Isles Rugby Union team toured Australasia, the Lions have roared around the world.
In 1890, one of the most exclusive sporting clubs in the world was formed -The Barbarians - team without a ground or a subscription; membership by invitation only.

On Saturday at Twickenham, the British Lions play the 'Baa-Baas' in a unique Jubilee Test Match in front of HRH The Prince of Wales. In tonight's programme, former Lion and Barbarian Cliff Morgan reflects on great moments from rugby history.

1948: and the first Barbarian match against a touring side.
1955: and victory to the Lions in South Africa by the odd point in 45.
1959: and defeat by the boot of Don Clarke.
1973: and perhaps the greatest Rugby Union match ever played.

These are just some of the memorable moments in a pot-pourri of rugby nostalgia.

Contributors

Introduced By: Cliff Morgan
Producer: Bill Taylor

: The France I Love

A film by Erik Durschmied
One man and his camera present a kaleidoscope of some of the many facets of life across the Channel.
Best known for his vivid pictorial coverage of current events around the world, ace cameraman ERIK DURSCHMIED here uses his camera to produce a lively and affectionate look at France and her people at work and at play.

Contributors

Unknown: Erik Durschmied
Unknown: Erik Durschmied

: Late News on 2

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: Closedown

DAVID MARKHAM reads The O-Filler by ALASTAIR REID

Contributors

Unknown: David Markham
Unknown: Alastair Reid








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