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: Open University

10.10 Magnus Magnusson Chairs an OU Forum. 11.0 S101 Preparatory Maths.
11.15 The Pre-school Child. 11.40 Consum. er Decisions. 12.5 Energy in the Home.

Contributors

Unknown: Magnus Magnusson

: Closedown

: Magoo on 2

Dangerous Dan Magoo

: Open Door

In with a Head Start?
Presented by the Northern Ireland branch of the National Association of Gifted Children

: Arena: Cinema

A report from Bombay.

: Simple Faith

What is Man?
The Christian definition of man was once considered sufficient, but has this been rejected or just neglected?
David Winter talks about this to the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Producer NORMAN STONE

Contributors

Talks: David Winter
Producer: Norman Stone

: Discovering Patchwork

The last of five programmes presented by ROSAMOND RICHARDSON Strips and Stripes
The famous Log Cabin technique which uses strips of fabric can be used to make beautiful cushions and quilts by machine.
Series producer PETER RIDING
Producer ERICA GRIFFITHS

Contributors

Presented By: Rosamond Richardson
Producer: Erica Griffiths

: Sunday Special: The Philpott File

Another Little Drink
Last of a series of film reports by Trevor Philpott
3: ... won't do us any harm
Alcoholism is increasing, and tragically, is increasing most rapidly amongst the very young. The proportion of women alcoholics has trebled over the past ten years. It is a sickness from which no one can ever declare himself safe and for which there is no medical cure. And to the alcoholic, getting liquor and drinking it is all that matters- in life. Mothers will sell the furniture or raid the baby's piggybank, derelicts will beg in the streets or raid liquor stores.
This film explores the alcoholics' world and the struggles of some of the sufferers to find a way out of it.
Assistant producer MICHAEL MABER
Written and produced by TREVOR PHILPOTT

Contributors

Unknown: Trevor Philpott
Producer: Michael Maber
Produced By: Trevor Philpott

: Ski Sunday

featuring
The World Cup
The Men's Downhill from Val D'Isere, France
Austria's Olympic Champion FRANZ KLAMMER and new World Champion sepp WALCHER head the start list for today's race-the climax of the first meeting of the new World Cup ski season. Commentator
DAVID VINE
Television presentation by the FRENCH TELEVISION SERVICE Editor JONATHAN MARTIN

Contributors

Unknown: David Vine
Editor: Jonathan Martin

: International Rugby Special

Scotland v New Zealand
Introduced by NIGEL STARMER-SMITH Scotland first played the All Blacks 73 years ago and are still trying to gain their first victory. In fact, they have failed to score a try against New Zealand since 1935. These two facts will fire the hearts of the Scottish team as they strive for a historic win.
Commentators at Murrayfield
BILL MCLAREN with GARETH EDWARDS
Director Bill MALCOI. M
Series producer BILL TAYLOR
Followed by Rugby League results

Contributors

Introduced By: Nigel Starmer-Smith
Unknown: Gareth Edwards
Director: Bill Malcoi.
Producer: Bill Taylor

: News Review

News of the week plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear. With Peter Woods
Editor RICHARD GAMBLE

Contributors

Editor: Richard Gamble

: Richard II

PAUL JOHNSON sets the scene for tonight's production. To place Shakespeare in Perspective he offers a personal view of the play which, when produced in 1601, threatened the throne of England.
Director BARBARA DERKOW Producer victor POOLE
The BBC TV Shakespeare: Richard II, £1.35, from bookshops

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Johnson
Director: Barbara Derkow
Producer: Victor Poole

: Assignment

Where it happens and why it's happening with the correspondents of the BBC in Britain and round the world.
Film editing BOB SCHOLES Editor GEORGE WALKER

Contributors

Unknown: Bob Scholes
Editor: George Walker

: The World About Us

Clans of Hunters
Lions, hyenas, wild dogs and badgers - as carnivores, they have one thing in common: they all live in groups. Why? This is the puzzle that Dr Hans Kruuk set out to solve - a puzzle that led him to 18 years of living with these hunters. In Africa the only way these carnivores can kill large prey is by co-operating. To hunt as a team they have evolved a clan existence. But in Britain the badger also lives in groups - so why doesn't it behave like a hyena? Why don't badgers hunt cows?
Producer CAROLINE WEAVER Film editor jim CRYAN
Series editors MICHAEL ANDREWS and ANTHONY ISAACS BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Dr Hans Kruuk
Producer: Caroline Weaver
Editors: Michael Andrews

: News on 2

Weather

: The BBC Television Shakespeare: Richard II

by WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE starring Derek Jacobi
John Gielgud , Jon Finch
Wendy Hiller , Charles Gray and Mary Morris
Cast in order of appearance
Series title music by SIR WILLIAM WALTON Fight arranger TERRY WRIGHT
Fight arranger ANN RAYMENT
Costume designer ROBIN FRASER-PAYI Script editor ALAN SHALLCROSS Designer TONY ABBOTT
Producer CEDRIC MESSINA Director DAVID GILES

Contributors

Unknown: William Shakespeare
Unknown: Derek Jacobi
Unknown: John Gielgud
Unknown: Jon Finch
Unknown: Wendy Hiller
Unknown: Charles Gray
Music By: Sir William Walton
Unknown: Terry Wright
Unknown: Ann Rayment
Designer: Robin Fraser-Payi
Editor: Alan Shallcross
Designer: Tony Abbott
Producer: Cedric Messina
Director: David Giles
King Richard: Derek Jacobi
Bolingbroke, later Henry IV: Jon Finch
John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster: John Gielgud
Thomas Mowbray, Duke of Norfolk: Richard Owens
Duchess of Gloucester: Mary Morris
Duke of Surrey, The Lord Marshal: Jeffrey Holland
Duke of Aumerle, son to the Duke Of York: Charles Keating
Heralds: Tim Brown
Heralds: Mike Lewin
Green: Alan Dalton
Bagot: Damien Thomas
Bushy: Robin Sachs
Duke of York: Charles Gray
Queen to Richard: Janet Maw
Earl of Northumberland: David Swift
Lord ROSS: David Dodimead
Lord Willoughby: John Flint
Henry Percy, son to Northumber land: Jeremy Bulloch
Earl Berkeley: Carl Oatley
Welsh captain: David Garfield
Earl of Salisbury: John Barcroft
Bishop of Carlisle: Clifford Rose
Sir Stephen Scroop: William Whymper
Queen's ladies , SANDRA FRIEZE: Phillada Sewell
Queen's ladies ,: Sandra Frieze
Gardener: Jonathan Adams
Gardener's man: Alan Collins
Lord Fitzwater: John Curless
Abbot of Westminster: Bruno Barnabe
Duchess of York: Wendy Hiller
Sir Pierce of Exton: Desmond Adams
Murderer: Terry Wright
Groom: Joe Ritchie
Keeper: Paddy Ward
Servant: Ronald Fernee

: Interval

: Film of the Week: Child's Play

continues the season of films of the 70s. starring James Mason
Robert Preston , Beau Bridges
Returning to his Catholic boarding school as a gym teacher, Paul Reis is horrified to find the atmosphere changed and a feeling of menace overwhelming the school.
Screenplay by LEON FRICHNIK
Based on the play by ROBERT MARASCO Produced by DAVID MERRICK
Directed by SIDNEY LUMET. Films: page 16 (First showing on Brittsfi television)

Contributors

Unknown: James Mason
Unknown: Robert Preston
Unknown: Paul Reis
Unknown: Leon Frichnik
Play By: Robert Marasco
Produced By: David Merrick
Directed By: Sidney Lumet.
Jerome Malley: James Mason
Joseph Dobbs: Robert Preston
Paul Reis: Beau Bridges
Fr Mozian: Ronald Weyand
Fr Griffin: Charles White
Fr Penny: David Rounds
Mrs Carter: Kate Harrington








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