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: Open University

6.40 Problems of Pollution

7.5 Maths - Vector Spaces

7.30 Open Forum

: Closedown

: Roobarb

When Roobarb was being Bored then not being Bored

: Jackanory

with MICHAEL BRYANT The Dolphin Crossing by JILL PATON WALSH
Today: Boats in the Channel

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Bryant
Unknown: Jill Paton Walsh

: The Boy from 59

3: Nina makes Boris realise that he has as much to learn from the youngest children in the school as they have from him.
Story told by JOHN WESTBROOK

Contributors

Told By: John Westbrook

: Lippy Lion

Amusement Park Lark
Lippy and Hardy Har Har sneak into the fun house.

Contributors

Unknown: Hardy Har Har

: Closedown

: For Schools, Colleges

Kontakte
21: Wo wohnen Sie?
Complementary radio programme today,
6.30 pm, Radio 3.

: Closedown

: Midday News

Weather BILL GILES

: Pebble Mill

including Grace and Flavour with Michael Smith
Michael Smith 's Saucy Cookbook, 45p, published tomorrow

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Smith
Unknown: Michael Smith

: Mister Men

Mr Lazy and Mr Bump by ROGER HARGREAVES

Contributors

Unknown: Mr Lazy
Unknown: Mr Bump
Unknown: Roger Hargreaves

: Closedown

: Play School

A programme for children under 5
(Shown on BBC2 at 11.00 am)

: Touche Turtle

: Jackanory

with Michael Aldridge Tales from Arab Lands adapted from traditional sources by GERTRUDE MITTELMANN
King Suleyman's palace is guarded by a mighty race called the Jinn. Most are loyal to their sovereign, but one Jinni has ideas of his own. Today: The Wicked Jinni
Pictures by MICHAEL FOREMAN and FREIRE WRIGHT

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Aldridge
Unknown: Gertrude Mittelmann
Unknown: Michael Foreman
Unknown: Freire Wright

: Screen Test

Semi-final
Michael Rodd introduces extracts from Candleshoe, Seat Island, An Elephant Called Slowly and The Sword in the Stone to test the observation of the winners of the fourth two heats.
There is also the prize-winning live-action entry in The Young Film-makers' Competition.
Directed by PAUL LOOSLEY Produced by JOHN BUTTERY BBC Manchester

Contributors

Introduces: Michael Rodd
Directed By: Paul Loosley
Produced By: John Buttery

: Grange Hill

in nine parts by PHIL REDMOND
Part 7: Ann has a good chance of being elected to the school council, but she reckons without the rather unorthodox tactics adopted by Micky Doyle , a newcomer to Form 1 Alpha.

Contributors

Writer: Phil Redmond
Film Cameraman: Ian Hilton
Sound Recordist: Graham Bedwell
Designer: John O'Hara
Director: Colin Cant
Executive Producer: Anna Home
Grange: Hill pupils -
Michael Doyle: Vincent Hall
Benny Green: Terry Sue Patt
Alan Hargreaves: George Armstrong
Hughes: Donald Waugh
Tucker Jenkins: Todd Carty
Mary Johnson: Kim Benson
Adrian Jones: Clive Gehle
Peters: Simon Henderson
Judy Preston: Abigail Brown
Thomas Watson: James Jebbia
Ann Wilson: Lucinda Duckett
Trisha Yates: Michelle Harbert
Mr Malcolm: Christopher Coll
Miss Mather: Carole Nimmons
Mr Mitchell: Michael Percival
Mrs Monroe: Dorothea Phillips

: Ludwig

Created by MIREK LANG AND PETER LANG

Contributors

Unknown: Mirek Lang
Unknown: Peter Lang

: Evening News

Kenneth Kendall ; Weatherman

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Kendall

: Nationwide

Renoir, is that You?
Luiz Antonio Gasparetto is a young South American. He cannot paint - not until up to 30 spirits of dead artists move him. And then he paints in the styles of great masters at the rate of 20 an hour. GASPARETTO is convinced that his remarkable gift, seen here before the cameras for the first time, comes from the spirit world. Does it? Experts discuss his extraordinary case with JAMES HOGG.
Producer BRIDGET WINTER

Contributors

Unknown: Luiz Antonio Gasparetto
Unknown: James Hogg.

: The Wednesday Film: The Brain

starring David Niven Jean-Paul Belmondo with Bourvil, Eli Wallach
The Brain plans to bring off his greatest coup and rob a train carrying 12 million dollars. But to his dismay he discovers another crook has the same idea ...
Written and directed by GERARD GUERIN (First showing on British television) Films: page 16

Contributors

Unknown: David Niven
Unknown: Jean-Paul Belmondo
Unknown: Eli Wallach
Directed By: Gerard Guerin
The Brain: David Niven
Arthur: Jean-Paul Belmondo
Anatole: Bourvil
Scannapieco: Eli Wallach
Sofia: Silvia Monti
Bruno: Fernand Valois
Commissioner: Raymond Gerome
POChet: Jacques Balutin
Duboeuf: Jacques Ciron
Mazurel: Fernand Guiot
Chief warder: Henri Genes

: The Liver Birds

by CARLA LANE starring in The ' Nearly' Hat
The cost of living drives the girls into business - and anyway, it would be good to buy something nice for their mothers. But mothers always end up doing something nice for their daughters.
Designer IAN RAWNSLEY
Produced by DOUGLAS ARGENT
Book. same title, £2.50 (hardback), 60p (paperback), from bookshops

Contributors

Unknown: Carla Lane
Designer: Ian Rawnsley
Produced By: Douglas Argent
Sandra: Nerys Hughes
Carol: Elizabeth Estensen
Mrs Hutchinson: Mollie Sugden
Mrs Boswell: Eileen Kennally
Lucian: Michael Angelis
Fr O'Leary: Patrick McAlinney
Flag seller: John Wheatley
Barrow lady: Georgina Smith
Lady with tortoise: Barbara Ashcroft
Taxi driver: Derek Etchells
Junk-shop dealer: Trevor Lawson
Man with table: Alan Bowlas
Lady in market: Dani Marks
Youths in market: Robert Bettinson
Youths in market: Jonathan Oliver-Watts
Man in market: Vince Miller

: Nine O'Clock News

with Kenneth Kendall and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Kendall

: The Hong Kong Beat

Nine documentary programmes which take a close look at the world's most controversial police force in action.
4: The Streets of Hong Kong
The streets are dangerous, and their moods are unpredictable. For overcrowding and humidity make tempers volatile. INSPECTOR BROWN, who deals with Hong Kong's 999 calls, has always to adapt quickly to a rapidly changing scene. For there are no action replays on these streets. He has to decide there and then whether the bomb-call is a hoax, whether to use cs gas against the violently insane man, and whether to risk a charge of indecent assault by man-handling the girl. These are everyday problems. But Brown also has a longer-term problem of his own. He's under investigation by the Colony's anti-corruption commission, and if he's found guilty, it will mean his ruin.
Film cameraman PATRICK TURLEY Film recordist MIKE SAVAGE Film editor BRIAN TOMKINS Producer JOHN PURDIE

Contributors

Unknown: Patrick Turley
Editor: Brian Tomkins
Producer: John Purdie

: Sportsnight

Introduced by Harry Carpenter including tonight
The Greyhound TV Trophy from Walthamstow Stadium
On the 20th anniversary of this prestige long-distance event, first run in 1958, BBC outside broadcast cameras bring you live coverage of tonight's three heats. At speeds approaching 40 mph, two greyhounds from each heat will qualify for the Final in two weeks. Commentator HARRY CARPENTER They're Off!
To welcome the new Flat Racing season, which gets under way on Saturday, JULIAN WILSON visits the stables of The Queen's trainers, DICK HERN and IAN BALDING; and Lord Porchester, her racing manager, talks about the Royal horses including Dunfermline, winner of two Classics last season.
Greyhound TV presentation ALEC WEEKS Racing film director BOB ABRAHAMS Producer JOHN PHILIPS
Editor JONATHAN MARTIN

Contributors

Introduced By: Harry Carpenter
Commentator: Harry Carpenter
Unknown: Julian Wilson
Unknown: Dick Hern
Director: Bob Abrahams
Editor: Jonathan Martin

: Tonight

Introduced by DENIS TUOHY Including News Headlines

Contributors

Introduced By: Denis Tuohy

: The Engineers

ROGER MUNK : Trained as a Marine Engineer he is now joint Managing Director of Aerospace Developments Ltd. In the face of a multitude of problems his company is building the first commercial British airship since the ill-fated R101 in 1929. Researcher MARY SPRENT Producer MICHAEL GARROD

Contributors

Unknown: Roger Munk
Producer: Michael Garrod








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