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: Open University

10.10 Solving Dotty Problems: A Lecture by Dr Robin Wilson
11.0 S101 Preparatory Maths: Numbers

Contributors

Unknown: Dr Robin Wilson

: Rugby Special

Cardiff v The Maoris
Reigning Welsh Champions CARDIFF, under the leadership of John Scott , provide a real test for THE MAORIS in this first match of their tour.
NIGEL STARMER-SMITH commentates and brings news, views and action from the weekend's rugby.
Director DEWI GRIFFITHS
Series producer IIUW JONES

Contributors

Unknown: John Scott
Unknown: Nigel Starmer-Smith
Director: Dewi Griffiths

: World Cup Chess

Presented by Jeremy James
Another of the first-round games played in Hamburg, West Germany. Jan Timman (Neth) v Boris Spassky (USSR)
The players provide their own commentary to critical moves, with further expert analysis by WILLIAM HARTSTON
Designer JOHN BONE. Director JILL dawson Producer ROBERT TONER

Contributors

Presented By: Jeremy James
Unknown: William Hartston
Designer: John Bone.
Director: Jill Dawson
Producer: Robert Toner

: International Snooker

The State Express
World Team Classic from
The Hexagon, Reading
Northern Ireland v Scotland

: News Review

The week's news, plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear, with Jan Leeming
Editor RICHARD GAMBLE

Contributors

Unknown: Jan Leeming
Editor: Richard Gamble

: Horizon

The Case of the UFOs
Unidentified flying objects- UFOs -undoubtedly exist. The question is, what are they?
Narrator PAUL VAUGHAN
Horizon editor GRAHAM MASSEY

Contributors

Narrator: Paul Vaughan
Editor: Graham Massey

: The Money Programme

Presented by Brian Widlakc and Valerie Singleton
With PAUL BARRY , NICK CLARKE
MARK ROGERSON and LUKE CASEY Programmed for a Fight
Bleeping and flickering away in British homes are proportionally more personal computers than anywhere else in the world.
Hitherto British companies have led the world in satisfying the international demand too. But now the Japanese are all set to attack our home and export markets. Will we rise to the challenge?
Producers PETER cillbe , TONY DELANEY Deputy editor ANDREW CLAYTON Editor JOHN REYNOLDS

Contributors

Presented By: Brian Widlakc
Presented By: Valerie Singleton
Unknown: With Paul Barry
Unknown: Nick Clarke
Unknown: Mark Rogerson
Producers: Peter Cillbe
Producers: Tony Delaney
Editor: Andrew Clayton
Editor: John Reynolds

: The Discovery of Animal Behaviour

A natural-history drama in six parts about our understanding of animals and their habits.
1: Natural Mysteries
A cony that builds haystacks, a spider that steals flies from the webs of others, and stags that wear 'wigs' to impress their rivals - a few of the marvels revealed by modern zoologists.
In the Middle Ages quite different kinds of people moulded attitudes about wild creatures. While monastic scholars fostered the belief in beasts with mysterious habits, Frederick H sought the amazing ' goose tree'. Narrator ANDREW SACH S Frederick II........CHRISTIAN RODSKA
Music composed by EDWARD WILLIAMS Designer SALLY hulke
Film editor RON MARTIN
Film cameramen jim SAUNDERS HUGH MILES , WOLFGANG BAYER Assistant producer ANDREW BUCHANAN
Written and produced by JOHN SPARKS. BBC Bristol
Woddls On ... page 85

Contributors

Narrator: Andrew Sach
Composed By: Edward Williams
Designer: Sally Hulke
Editor: Ron Martin
Unknown: Jim Saunders
Unknown: Hugh Miles
Unknown: Wolfgang Bayer
Producer: Andrew Buchanan
Produced By: John Sparks.

: News on 2

with Jan Leeming ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Jan Leeming

: The World of The Ring

Humphrey Burton discusses the controversial designs of the Bayreuth production. The conductor and producer are interviewed.

: Wagner's Ring: The Valkyrie

Act
The second episode in the Bayreuth production of The Ring of the Nibelung by RICHARD WAGNER , in ten weekly parts.
BAYREUTH FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA conductor Pierre Boulez
The scene is Hunding's dwelling place. After the power-struggle of The Rhinegold the action has moved on a generation and shifted from Valhalla to the human world, in which Wotan's presence is heard (in the orchestra) but not seen. The prevailing mood has changed from violence to love, though with an ominous threat ever in the background. fhis act contains some of Wagner's most vivid and passionate music, depicting the star-crossed love of the lonely outcast Siegmund for Sieglinde, the oppressed and emotion-starved wife of Hunding.
Production PATRICE chereau Design RICHARD PEDUZZI
Costumes JACQUES SCHMIDT
Artistic supervision Wolfgang WAGNER
Sung in German, with English subtitles by PETER BUTLER , who also produced The World of the Ring
A co-production of unitel, BAVARIAN TELEvision and the BAYREUTH FESTIVAL Television director BRIAN LARGE
For the best effect, viewers with stereo R3 should turn off tv sound and position their speakers on either side of the screen, but a few feet away. Stereo headphones provide a suitable alternative
(The Valkyrie: Act 2 next Sunday)

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Wagner
Design: Richard Peduzzi
Artistic: Jacques Schmidt
Unknown: Peter Butler
Director: Brian Large
Siegmund: Peter Hofmann
Sieglinde: Jeannine Altmeyer
Hunding: Matti Salminen

: International Snooker

The State Express
World Team Classic from
The Hexagon, Reading
Northern Ireland v Scotland
ALEX HIGGINS won the World Championship six months ago. Together with DENNIS TAYLOR and TOMMY MURPHY , he'll be hoping to complete the double by winning the World Team Classic as well.
EDDIE SINCLAIR represented the Rest of the World in 1980, but makes his debut in Scotland's colours, together with his team mates IAN BLACK and jim DONNELLY. Introduced by DAVID VINE Commentators TED LOWE
JACK KARNEHM , CLIVE EVERTON Summarisers John SPENCER and REX WILLIAMS
Producer MIKE ADLEY
Executive producer NICK HUNTER

Contributors

Unknown: Alex Higgins
Unknown: Dennis Taylor
Unknown: Tommy Murphy
Unknown: Eddie Sinclair
Unknown: Ian Black
Unknown: Jim Donnelly.
Introduced By: David Vine
Commentators: Ted Lowe
Commentators: Jack Karnehm
Unknown: Clive Everton
Unknown: John Spencer
Unknown: Rex Williams
Producer: Mike Adley
Producer: Nick Hunter

: Boys from the Blackstuff

A series of five plays by ALAN BLEASDALE
3: Shop thy Neighbour, featuring
Snowy's death and the inquiry into the Malloy affair means a rough day for both sides of the counter. For Chrissie and his wife Angie, with their dole stopped, it means a showdown - this, after aU, was going to be her time.
Music iLoru sekacz . Sound RAMON bailey Lighting DICK BENTLEY DesignerIAN ASFFURST
Produced by MICHAEL WEARING Directed by PHILIP saville BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Bleasdale
Music: Iloru Sekacz
Unknown: Ramon Bailey
Unknown: Dick Bentley
Designer: Ian Asffurst
Produced By: Michael Wearing
Directed By: Philip Saville
Chrissie Todd: Michael Angelis
Angle: With Julie Walters
Miss Sutcliffe: And Jean Beht
Assistant manager: David Fleeshman
Donald Moss: David Ross
Lawton: David Neilson
Jackie Mills: Cheryl Leigh
Yosser Hughes: Bernard Hill
Loggo Logmond: Alan Igbon
George Malone: Peter Kerrigan
Malloy: Shay Gorman
Mrs Sutcliffe: Daisy Bell
Gas man: Jimmy Wilde
Clare Todd: Suzanne Harrison
Justine Todd: Clare Kelly
Jason Hughes: Timothy Bleasdale
Anna Marie Hughes: Tamana Bleasdale
Dustin Hughes: Jamie Bleasdale

: International Snooker

DAVID VINE introduces highlights.








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