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: Open University

6.40 Whose Timetable?

7.5 Rehabilitation from Colostomy.

7.30 Living Statistics.

: Closedown

: Noah and Nelly

in Skylark
During a Damp Spell
Told by RICHARD BRIERS and PETER HAWKINS

Contributors

Told By: Richard Briers
Told By: Peter Hawkins

: Jackanory

With JAN FRANCIS
Shiva's Pearls by HARRIET GRAHAM Today: Aysgirth's Folly

Contributors

Unknown: Jan Francis
Unknown: Harriet Graham

: Jigsaw

starring ADRIAN HEDLEY and JANET ELLIS with JOHN LEESON
Who is Gennis? Why is there a pong in the Gargen? These and other questions may be answered.

Contributors

Unknown: Adrian Hedley
Unknown: Janet Ellis
Unknown: John Leeson

: Why Don't You?

' Why Don't You just switch off your television set and go and do something less boring instead? '
Ideas, games and activities presented for children by children.
Director HILARY MURPHY
Producer MOLLY COX

Contributors

Director: Hilary Murphy
Producer: Molly Cox

: Cricket

The Gillette Cup: Quarter-finals
PETER WEST introduces live coverage of one of today's quarter-final matches.
Commentators
RICHIE BENAUD and JIM LAKER
Television presentation NICK HUNTER , BILL TAYLOR Cricket scores on Ceefax

Contributors

Unknown: Richie Benaud
Unknown: Nick Hunter
Unknown: Bill Taylor

: Closedown

: Midday News

Weather BILL GILES

: How Do You Do

CARMEN MUNROE introduces rhymes and counting games and tells a story about Annie, Louise,
.George, Kevin, Caroline, Cheng,
Scott, Mary, Toni, and Sandra, who all go to a place where there is plenty to do and room to play. Dressing Up
Illustrated by JOAN HICKSON Percussion GREG KNOWLES
Musical director PETER PETTINGER
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE Written and directed by CAROLE WARD

Contributors

Introduces: Carmen Munroe
Illustrated By: Joan Hickson
Unknown: Greg Knowles
Director: Peter Pettinger
Producer: Cynthia Felgate
Directed By: Carole Ward

: Cricket

The Gillette Cup: Quarter-finals
Further coverage from one of today's quarter-final matches.

: Olympic Grandstand

Introduced by Frank Bough
The latest Olympic news, action and results direct from the Lenin Stadium, Moscow including
Athletics
Men's 1500m First Round
SEBASTIAN COE and STEVE OVETT start their campaigns to win the Blue Riband event of athletics. Men's Shot Put Final
GEOFF CAPES tries to round-off an outstanding career with an Olympic gold medal. Men's 400m Final
Former European champion DAVID JENKINS made a remarkable track comeback to represent Britain in this event.
Women's 200m Semi-finals and Final
Pole Vault Final 50km Walk Final and Men's 5,000m Semi-finals
Women's Long Jump Qualifying Hammer Throw Qualifying Women's 1500m Semi-finals Commentators
DAVID COLEMAN , RON PICKERING and STUART STOREY
Boxing
The latest quarter-final action from the Olympic boxing arena. :Commentator HARRY CARPENTER
Plus action, news and reports from today's other Olympic competitions, including basketball, handball and weightlifting with the super-heavyweights competing for the title ' Strongest Man at the Olympics '.

Contributors

Introduced By: Frank Bough
Unknown: Sebastian Coe
Unknown: Steve Ovett
Unknown: David Jenkins
Unknown: David Coleman
Unknown: Ron Pickering
Commentator: Harry Carpenter

: Evening News

with Kenneth Kendall Weatherman

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Kendall

: Olympic Grandstand

continued

: Taxi

America's comedy hit starring
Substitute Father
The cabbies reluctantly agree to babysit for Elaine's young son and take to parenthood in a big way!
Written by BARRY KEMP
Directed by JAMES BURROWS Produced by JAMES L. BROOKS

Contributors

Written By: Barry Kemp
Directed By: James Burrows
Produced By: James L. Brooks
Alex Rieger: Judd Hirsch
John Burns: Randall Carver
Bobby Wheeler: Jeff Conaway
Tony Banta: Tony Danza
Louie de Palma: Danny de Vito
Elaine Nardo: Marilu Henner
Latka Gravas: Andy Kaufman
Special: Guest Star
Jason Nardo: Michael Hershewe

: The British Greats: 1: Peter Finch

Barry Norman presents profiles of five great British stars.

With personal comments from Tony Britton, actor; Tamara Finch, first wife; John Schlesinger, who directed Finch in "Far from the Madding Crowd" and "Sunday, Bloody Sunday"; Flavia Magwood, Finch's half-sister; Bill Kerr, fellow Australian actor; Jack Lee, who directed Finch in "A Town Like Alice"; Diane Cilento, actress; Paul Brickhill, writer and lifelong friend; Eletha Finch, third wife; Olive Harding, agent; Trader Faulkner, biographer; Sidney Lumet, who directed Finch in his Oscar-winning film, "Network".

(Ceefax sub-titles)

Contributors

Presenter: Barry Norman
Subject: Peter Finch
Interviewee: Tony Britton
Interviewee: Tamara Finch
Interviewee: John Schlesinger
Interviewee: Flavia Magwood
Interviewee: Bill Kerr
Interviewee: Jack Lee
Interviewee: Diane Cilento
Interviewee: Eletha Finch
Interviewee: Olive Harding
Interviewee: Trader Faulkner
Interviewee: Sidney Lumet
Film Editor: Ray Wingrove
Executive Producer: Barry Brown
Producer: Judy Lindsay
Director: Margaret Sharp

: Nine O'Clock News

with Peter Woods ; Weatherman including Olympic Report

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Woods

: Scruples

Adapted in three parts from the best-selling novel by JUDITH KRANTZ starring
2: Billy's happiness is short-lived when her husband, the powerful tycoon Ellis Ikehorn suffers a stroke and dies. In an attempt to overcome her grief, she uses her fashion sense to open a chic boutique in Rodeo Drive, an exclusive street in Beverly Hills, and employs Valentine as her designer and Spider as the Manager
Directed by ALAN J. LEVI
(Continued on Thursday at 9.25)

Contributors

Novel By: Judith Krantz
Directed By: Alan J. Levi
Billy Ikehorn;: Lindsay Wagner
Valentine O'Neill: Marie-France Pisier
: Barry Bostwick
Vito Orsini: Nick Mancuso
Maggie McGregor: Connie Stevens
Melanie: Kim Cattrall
Harriet Toppingham: Gene Tierney
Mary Ann Evans: Louise Latham
Josh Hillman: Robert Reed
Jake Cassidy: Cary Graham
Curt Arvey: Gavin MacLeod
Susan Arvey: Sarah Marshall
John Prince: George Gaynes
Lt Bakersmith: John Hancock
Joanne Hillman: Lelia Goldnoni

: Cash from Trash

The potential value of what passes through British dustbins in a year is £300 million. But instead of realising that value, saving imports and energy, we spend that much collecting it up in dustbins, trucks, trains, and barges so that it can be dumped irretrievably.
This film takes the lid off the rubbish bin and reveals that, because of rising costs in raw materials and energy, some refuse is already being recycled at a profit. Metals, paper and even plastics are beginning to be recovered -- with huge savings in energy. Those who could turn our trash into cash no longer have an excuse for doing nothing.
A Horizon production (First shown on BBC2)

Contributors

Narrator: Tony Britton
Editor: Simon Campbell-Jones
Written and produced by: Stuart Harris








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