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: Open University

7.5 The Villa Farnesina. 7.30 The Derived Function.

Contributors

Unknown: Villa Farnesina.

: Closedown

: International Golf

The Walker Cup
Great Britain and Ireland v
USA from Muirfield
HARRY CARPENTER introduces the first morning's play.
To represent his country in the Walker Cup is every amateur golfer's dream and while the Americans have lost only twice since the Walker Cup was instituted in 1922, there will be plenty of support for the home team as the morning foursomes come into view of the cameras. Commentators
PETER ALLISS , MARK MCCORMACK CLIVE CLARK and ALEX HAY

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Alliss
Unknown: Mark McCormacK
Unknown: Clive Clark

: Closedown

: Midday News

Weather IAN MCCASKILL

Contributors

Unknown: Ian McCaskill

: Bod

: Closedown

: Play School

: Scooby Doo

That's Snow Ghost
A ski-ing weekend for Scooby leads to a ghost chase through the mountains.

: Horses Galore

with Susan King
A series about horses and ponies, and the people who ride, drive, jump and breed them.
Susan visits two studs, in Norfolk and Sussex, to learn the right way to look after a foal; unravels the mysteries of horse locomotion with the help of horse painter Sarah Ponsonby and some slow-motion film; and meets some familiar faces at the Star Wars Team Cross Country Event at Everdon.
Film editor GEORGE AUCKLAND Producer DAVID TURNBULL

Contributors

Unknown: Susan King
Unknown: Sarah Ponsonby
Editor: George Auckland

: Rentaghost

by BOB BLOCK
Mr Mumford 's parsnips are not as big as he'd like them to be - simple spell should fix that. But Mr Claypole 's spell is not as simple as it should be!
Music JONATHAN COHEN Designer GERRY SCOTT
Producer JEREMY SWAN
Book (same title), hardback £3.85, paperback 75p, from bookshops

Contributors

Unknown: Bob Block
Unknown: Mr Mumford
Unknown: Mr Claypole
Music: Jonathan Cohen
Designer: Gerry Scott
Producer: Jeremy Swan
Fred Mumford: Anthony Jackson
Hubert Davenport: Michael Darbyshire
Timothy Claypole: Michael Staniforth
Mr Meaker: Edward Brayshaw
Mr Mumford: John Dawson
Mrs Mumford: Betty Alberge
Catastrophe Kate: Jana Shelden
Newsreader: James Greene

: Paddington

: Evening News

with Peter Woods ; Weatherman

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Woods

: Nationwide

presenting the British scene to the British people.
FRANK BOUGH, SUE LAWLEY
HUGH SCULLY , JOHN STAPLETON and BOB WELLINGS present a mixture of topical reports. special investigations, films and features.

Contributors

Unknown: Hugh Scully
Unknown: John Stapleton
Unknown: Bob Wellings

: Lena Zavaroni and Music

starring Lena Zavaroni
with special guests Grace Kennedy, Adrian Hedley, Guy Kent, Johnny Hutch and the Comedy Hollywood Cops
With THE ACE EIGHT and ALYN AINSWORTH AND HIS ORCHESTRA

Contributors

Star/singer: Lena Zavaroni
Guest/singer: Grace Kennedy
Guest/mime: Adrian Hedley
Guest: Guy Kent
Guests: Johnny Hutch and the Comedy Hollywood Cops
Dancers: The Ace Eight
Musicians: Alyn Ainsworth and his Orchestra
Choreography: Dougie Squires
Vocal Backings: The Third Kind
Sound: Len Shorey
Lighting: Eric Wallis
Designer: Nigel Curzon
Production: David C. Hillier

: The Wonderful World of Disney

Goofing Around with Donald Duck That meddling quack psychiatrist Professor Ludwig Von Drake has ideal subjects for his extraordinary case histories in his irascible nephew Donald Duck and all-time stooge Goofy, not to mention those holy terrors. Huey, Louie and Dewey. Humphrey, the honey bear, and his furry friends help the fun.
A WALT DISNEY production
Directed by HAMILTON s. LUSKE

Contributors

Unknown: Professor Ludwig von Drake
Unknown: Donald Duck
Directed By: Hamilton S. Luske

: The European Champions' Cup Final

In a special edition of Sportsnight, Nottingham Forest (England) v Malmo (Sweden)
Exclusive live coverage of the whole match from the Olympic Stadium, Munich.
Commentator BARRY DAVIES with on-the-spot summaries from Bobby Charlton , who was in Manchester United's European Cup-winning side in 1968. Jimmy Hill introduces match comment from Kevin Keegan , European Footballer of the Year and European Cup winner with Liverpool in 1977, and Lawrie McMenemy, manager of Southampton.
Can BRIAN CLOUGH 'S Nottingham Forest win the greatest prize in European club football? After disposing of the European champions for the last two seasons, Liverpool, in an earlier round, they now play in their first-ever European final. The Swedish champions, who are managed by Englishman BOB HOUGHTON , also make history as the first Scandinavians to reach any of the three European finals.
Football TV presentation by ZDF
Producers ALEC WEEKS and JOHN PHILIPS Editor JONATHAN MARTIN
See Woddis : p 10 and Peter Brookes : p82

Contributors

Commentator: Barry Davies
Co-commentator: Bobby Charlton
Presenter: Jimmy Hill
Studio guest: Kevin Keegan
Studio guest: Lawrie McMenemy
Editor: Jonathan Martin
Unknown: See Woddis
Unknown: Peter Brookes

: * pm Main News

with Peter Woods and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weatherman

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Woods

: * The European Champions' Cup Final

Nottingham Forest v Malmo
Commentary on the second half of tonight's match

: * Tonight

The news, the stories and the people that matter, intrigue and amuse.
Presented by VALERIE SINGLETON and DONALD MACCORMICK
The Tonight film reporters are JAMES BELLINI , MICHAEL DELAHAYE BERNARD FALK , VINCENT HANNA SALLY HARDCASTLE , DAVID LOMAX
JEREMY PAXMAN and MARTIN YOUNG Including News Headlines
Producers JOHN HOLME , BARBARA MAXWELL Editor ROGER BOLTON

Contributors

Presented By: Valerie Singleton
Presented By: Donald MacCormick
Unknown: James Bellini
Unknown: Michael Delahaye
Unknown: Bernard Falk
Unknown: Vincent Hanna
Unknown: Sally Hardcastle
Unknown: David Lomax
Unknown: Jeremy Paxman
Producers: John Holme
Producers: Barbara Maxwell
Editor: Roger Bolton

: * The Sky at Night

Looking at the Weather from Space ' Is it going to rain today?'
' Will it be a sunny weekend? '
The British are famous for discussing the weather. Its vagaries are part of our lives, and we all watch the forecasts.
1957 saw the start of the space age, and since then space probes have not only provided information about other planets in the solar system, but they have also studied the atmosphere and weather on Earth itself. Recently, more elaborate satellites have produced the clear pictures we see on television forecasts.
Patrick Moore talks to Michael Fish about how these satellites in space have revolutionised weather forecasting.
Director GEOFF WALMSLEY Producer PATRICIA WOOD

Contributors

Talks: Patrick Moore
Unknown: Michael Fish
Director: Geoff Walmsley
Producer: Patricia Wood








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