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: Open University

6.40 Urban Development: Chicago

7.5 Curriculum Design and Development

7.30 Mechanics - Fourier Series

: Closedown

: Paddington

A Spot of Decorating

: Jackanory

with Olu Jacobs African Legends by AMABEL WILLIAMS-ELLIS
Masilo and his family worked every day to clear their strip of weeds and stones. Then, each evening, down came the Magic Bird and back rolled all the stones and all the weeds. Masilo decided that the time had come to take action. Today: The Magic Bird

Contributors

Unknown: Amabel Williams-Ellis

: Belle and Sebastian: 11: The Avalanche

A serial from France in 13 episodes.

The Commissioner from Paris has arrived in the village just as disaster has hit the chalet.

: Closedown

: Mr Benn

The Zookeeper

: Midday News

Weather BILL GILES

: The XIth Commonwealth Games

By satellite from Edmonton, Canada, the outstanding events on the third day of competition.
Athletics Finals
Men's 10,000m
Women's Pentathlon Men's Hammer plus
Men's 100m Quarter-finals Women's 100m Semi-finals Men's 400m Quarter-finals Women's 400m Semi-finals
Men's 110m Hurdles Semi-finals Men's 3000m Steeplechase Heats
Commentators in the Commonwealth Stadium DAVID COLEMAN, RON PICKERING and STUART STOREY
Swimming Finals Men's 200m Backstroke Men's 100m Freestyle Men's 200m Butterfly
Women's 100m Butterfly
Men's Springboard Diving Commentators ALAN WEEKS and HAMILTON BLAND
Gymnastics Final
Women's Team competition Commentator RON PICKERING
Badminton Final
The Team competition
Commentator BARRY DAVIES
Weightlifting Finals Middleweight
Light Heavyweight
Commentator DAVID VINE
Shooting Final Clay Pigeon
Plus action and news from boxing, bowls and cycling.
Introduced by Frank Bough
Producers ALAN CHIVERS, JOHN SHREWSBURY, JOHNNIE WATHERSTON, BOB DUNCAN, MARTIN HOPKINS
Studio producer JOHN PHILIPS
Editor JONATHAN MARTIN
Executive producer ALAN HART

Contributors

Unknown: David Coleman
Unknown: Ron Pickering
Unknown: Stuart Storey
Commentator: Ron Pickering
Commentator: Barry Davies
Introduced By: Frank Bough
Producers: Alan Chivers
Unknown: Johnnie Watherston
Unknown: Bob Duncan.
Editor: Jonathan Martin
Producer: Alan Hart

: Play School

: Roobarb

When Roobarb Turned Over a New Leaf

: Help! It's the Hair Bear Bunch

Panda Pandemonium

: Go with Noakes

A series of five programmes with John Noakes
3: Blaenau Ffestiniog, Here we Come!
John joins the volunteer navvies blasting a new railway tunnel in the mountains of Wales.
Producer DAVID BROWN
BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown: John Noakes
Producer: David Brown

: Captain Pugwash

Down the Hatch

: Evening News

with Peter Woods ; Weatherman

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Woods

: Nationwide

The Britain Nobody Knows
In the first of two programmes to be shown today and next Monday Luke Casey travels to the furthest outposts of the British Isles and unearths some remarkable tales.
Film cameraman PAT WOOD Sound BERNARD MATTIMOE Film editor JOHN KENT Producer KEITH HULSE

Contributors

Unknown: Luke Casey
Producer: Keith Hulse

: Come Back Mrs Noah

by JEREMY LLOYD and DAVID CROFT starring co-starring featuring
The Housing Problem
Realising that they are liable to remain in space for some time, Mrs Noah and her companions move into part of the living accommodation provided for interstellar travellers on Britannia Seven.
Designers TONY SNOADEN , PAUL THERISE Director BOB SPIERS
Producer DAVID CROFT

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Lloyd
Unknown: David Croft
Designers: Tony Snoaden
Designers: Paul Therise
Director: Bob Spiers
Producer: David Croft
Mrs Noah: Mollie Sugden
Clive Cunliffe: Ian Lavender
Carstairs: Donald Hewlett
Fanshaw: Michael Knowles
Garfield Hawk: Tim Barrett
Scarth Dare: Ann Michelle
Garstang: Joe Black
Technician: Jennifer Lonsdale
Television presenter: Gorden Kaye
I Butler: Christopher Mitchell
' Maid ': Vicki Michelle
Second technician: Jean Gilpin

: The Xlth Commonwealth Games

Frank Bough introduces the outstanding events from the third day of competition in Edmonton
Athletics Finals
Men's 10,000m
Women's Pentathlon Men's Hammer
Swimming Finals
A report from the Commonwealth Pool.
Gymnastics Final
RON PICKERING reports on the Women's Team competition.
Plus action, news and results from boxing, badminton, bowls, cycling, shooting and weightlifting.

Contributors

Introduces: Frank Bough
Unknown: Ron Pickering

: Headmaster

A five-part series by JOHN CHALLEN 3: The Public Image starring Frank Windsor
Colin Douglas , Michael Byrne
The school's public image is taking a battering. A feud has developed between the boys of the school and those of one nearby.
Theme music DUDLEY SIMPSON Producer RAYMOND MENMUIR Director GERALD BLAKE

Contributors

Unknown: John Challen
Unknown: Frank Windsor
Unknown: Colin Douglas
Unknown: Michael Byrne
Music: Dudley Simpson
Producer: Raymond Menmuir
Director: Gerald Blake
Russell: Michael Byrne
Fisher: Frank Windsor
Miss Maitland: Sheelagh Wilcocks
Blake: Clive Merrison
Neil Linwood: Alisdair Irvine
Alan Hunter: Nigel Rhodes
Keith: Tod Carty
Mrs Linwood: Shirley Dixon
Mr Linwood: Ken Watson
Freddie: Mark Baxter
Harris: Roger Hume
Edwards: David Hargreaves
Saunders: Ian Thompson
June: Lucinda Curtis
Smart: John Leeson
Youth: Phil Daniels
Philips: Colin Douglas
Hart: Tom Georgeson
Margaret Fisher: Ann Kennedy
Photographer: Kenton Moore
Mother: Brenda Peters
Tony: Paul Lambert
BiHy Ford: Keith Collins
Eddie Parker: Robert Twitcher

: Nine O'Clock News

with Peter Woods ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Woods

: The Monday Film: The Man Who Haunted Himself

Starring Roger Moore with Hildegard Neil, Olga Georges-Picot

Can a man be in two places at once? Recovering from a near-fatal accident, Harold Pelham is haunted by baffling questions.
Films: page 13

Contributors

Director: Basil Dearden.
Harold Pelham: Roger Moore
Eve Pelham: Hildegard Neil
Julie: Olga Georges-Picot
Tony Alexander: Anton Rodgers
Dr Harris: Freddie Jones
Bellamy: Thorley Walters
Ashton: John Carson
Sir Charles Freeman: John Welsh
Luigi: Kevork Malikyan
Barton: Edward Chapman
Mason: Laurence Hardy
Jameson: Charles Lloyd Pack
Morrison: Gerald Sim

: The Other World of Jacques Cousteau

I How can. we convince people that instead of voting for their traditional candidates, they should vote for nature - not a political party.'
Earlier this year, Captain Cousteau returned from his search for Atlantis to campaign in the French national elections in support of Ecologie 78 - a political association formed to fight the election specifically on environmental issues. Cousteau's personal theme was based on his fervent opposition to the expansion of nuclear power in France.
Tonight Julian Pettifer , together with representatives of environmental pressure groups, trades unions and members of the public on this side of the Channel, discusses with CAPTAIN COUSTEAU ways in which public opinion can best be mobilised.
Director ROBIN HELLIER
Producer PETER CRAWFORD. BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Julian Pettifer
Director: Robin Hellier
Producer: Peter Crawford.








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