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: Open University

6.40 Rural Transport and Accessibility.
7.5 Curriculum Design and Development. 7.30 Virginia Woolf ,

Contributors

Unknown: Virginia Woolf

: Closedown

: Play School

Story: The Seven Scarves
Written by CHARLOTTE MCINTYRE Presenters
CAROL LEADER, LIONEL MORTON
Pianist MICHAEL OMER
Designer ALAN SPALDING Written by JANET WYATT
Produced and directed by ANNE GOBEY Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE

Contributors

Written By: Charlotte McIntyre
Presenters: Carol Leader,
Leader: Lionel Morton
Pianist: Michael Omer
Designer: Alan Spalding
Written By: Janet Wyatt
Directed By: Anne Gobey
Producer: Cynthia Felgate

: Closedown

: Open University

4.55 Iron Bridges. 5.80 Catalysis. 5.45 The University Library. 6.10 Warsaw: Housing. 6.35 The Other Tradition.

: News on 2 Headlines

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

: Bellamy's Britain

An exploration of the British countryside by David Bellamy David's Meadow
Not so much a meadow, more a disused railway track where David Measures studies and sketches the activities of butterflies and moths. The two Davids show how an ordinary piece of wasteland can richly reward the patient observer.
Director BRIAN DAUBNEY
Producer MIKE WEATHERLEY

Contributors

Unknown: David Bellamy
Unknown: David Measures
Director: Brian Daubney
Producer: Mike Weatherley

: News on 2

Weather

: Gardeners' World

from Clacks Farm with Arthur Billitt and Peter Seabrook The fruit and vegetable harvest at Clacks Farm is well under way. ARTHUR and PETER compare the crop with a special harvest display arranged by the National Vegetable Society. Alpine specialist Will Ingwersen returns to look at the establishment of the garden he created in March, and suggest suitable miniature bulbs for the rock garden.
Producer BARRIE EDGAR. BBC Birmingham

Contributors

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

: Summer of 76

Summer Exhibition Reporter Jack Pizzey
More than 5,000 artists travel to London each year to try their luck in Britain's largest and most popular art show, the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. Sunday painters, obsessive painters, art teachers, ' 'primitive' painters. Some have been rejected in previous years -but still come. Others are trying for the first time. For where else do the unknown have the chance of hanging next to the famous?
Summer Exhibition (' best show of the week' said CLIVE JAMES when it was first shown) took a look at last year's Academy and followed some of the hopefuls.
Film editor BILL SHAPTER
Producer JENNY BARRACWUGH

Contributors

Reporter: Jack Pizzey
Unknown: Clive James
Editor: Bill Shapter
Producer: Jenny Barracwugh

: Rhythm on 2

Reflecting the varied music, rhythms and moods of musicians today. In this, the last of the current series, we feature West Country Folk
Traditional tunes and contemporary rhythms of The Albion Dance Band
The ' everyday story of country folk' with The Yetties and Five in a Bar
Recorded at The BBC Marquee at The Royal Bath and West Showground, Shepton Mallet. Producer KEN GRIFFIN

Contributors

Unknown: Shepton Mallet.
Producer: Ken Griffin

: Horizon

Blueprints in the Bloodstream
Tonight's Horizon tells the story of a unique experiment in medical science which could mean we are on the brink of a new era in medicine. Scientists have identified a system of markers, tissue-types on blood cells, which indicate our vulnerability to a whole range of diseases like multiple sclerosis and diabetes. Cancer and heart disease are excluded-but these tissue-types have been linked with a high percentage of the major diseases affecting the western world. They indicate which of us is at risk. Until now, most of these diseases have been very little understood. But this research is shedding new light on how they develop - and opening up the possibility of prevention. Narrator RAY MOORE
Film editor PAULINE DYKES
Editor SIMON CAMPBELL-JONES
Written and produced by VIVIENNE KING

Contributors

Narrator: Ray Moore
Editor: Pauline Dykes
Editor: Simon Campbell-Jones
Produced By: Vivienne King

: I, Claudius

Based on the novels by ROBERT GRAVES. The BBC2 Serial in 12 parts 11: A God in Colchester Written by JACK PULMAN
Claudius has ruled wisely for a year with the support of Messalina whom he loves deeply. Convinced of her devotion, he is totally unaware that she is deceiving him.
A boisterous, gusty, irreverent interpretation. (MORNING STAR) If only Latin at school had been like this! .(SUN) Producer MARTIN LlSEMORE
Director HERBERT WISE (Repeal)

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Graves.
Written By: Jack Pulman
Producer: Martin Llsemore
Director: Herbert Wise
Claudius, Emperor of Rome: Derek Jacobi
Mnester: Nicholas Amer
Messalina, Claudius's wife: Sheila White
Pallas: Bernard Hepton
Narcissus: John Cater
Slave: Danny Schiller
Scylla: Charlotte Howard
Quintus Justus: George Innes
Marcus Vibius: Manning Wilson
Silius: Stuart Wilson
Domitia, Messalina's mother: Moira Redmond
Slave: Glenn Cunningham
Herod: James Faulkner
Calpurnia: Jo Rowbottom
Girl: Souad Faress
Geta: Linal Haft

: Late News on 2

Weather

: Closedown

DAVID MARKHAM reads To Paint a Water Lily by TED HUGHES

Contributors

Unknown: David Markham
Unknown: Ted Hughes








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