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Open School

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9.35 La Maree et ses secrets
A five-part adventure serial in French by CHRISTOPHER RUSSELL and JANE COTTAVE. 1: Chez Keravec
Producer SUE WEEKS (R) (E)
9.52 Economics:
A Question of Choice 1: Free to Choose?
Family life in two different economies: Ghana and the UK. Producer ROGER FRY (R) (E)
10.15 Science Workshop Bread 'A'
(E)
10.38 History File: British Social History
Richard Arkwright (R) (E)
11.0 Thinkabout. Face to Face (E)
11.18 Higher Education: Polys and Colleges
1: Diploma Level Studies Non-degree courses are designed to provide vocational training leading to a good job; but they can also open up chances of getting a degree. Producer JOHN CHAPPLE (R) (E)
11.40 Scene Patty, Fatty by KAY MCMANUS (R) (E)
(For full details see Friday at 12.32 pm)
12.12 pm Media Studies Two Samples of Soap
(E)
12.45 Science Topics
Ecology and Conservation
Ecology has lots of interlocking questions, and as yet, few lanswers. (R) (E)
1.5-1.30 A vous la France
For beginners in French, a multi-media course (based on recordings and film sequences made with a wide variety of French people), which aims to teach enough French to handle practical situations and make social contact. (R) (E)
1.38 Outlook: Farming Through the Ages
The Early Farmer
A visit to the Butser Ancient Farm, Hampshire, where Iron
Age farming methods still exist. Presented by DAVID PARRY-JONES and PETER REYNOLDS
Producer ALWYN HUMPHREYS (R) (E) BBC Wales
2.0 Watch
Visual Arts: Artists at Work Watch introduces
JAYE GRIFFITHS as a presenter in this new-look series. Jaye and Louise explore the use of colour and emotion in art.
SHIRLEY HUGHES paints an illustration for the book An Evening at Alfie's, and Louise finds out from QUENTIN BLAKE about the emotions felt by the people in his drawings.
Presented by JAYE GRIFFITHS and LOUISE HALL-TAYLOR Series producer JULIA DRUM
(E)
2.15 Music Time Footsteps
(E)

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Russell
Unknown: Jane Cottave.
Unknown: Richard Arkwright
Producer: John Chapple
Unknown: Kay McManus
Presented By: David Parry-Jones
Presented By: Peter Reynolds
Unknown: Jaye Griffiths
Unknown: Shirley Hughes
Unknown: Quentin Blake
Presented By: Jaye Griffiths

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