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: ( only) Open University

7.5 Beginning Evaluation. T.M Tlmt, Money and Technology,

: Closedown

: For Schools, Colleges

9.5 Treffpunkt: Deutschland Verbindungen
9.25 Athlete. 5: Triple Jump
9.52 Look and Read
Mr Day Helps with Story (RpQ
10.15 Maths-in-a-Box
Winning and Losing
10.35-10.55 Going to Work No Job Yet?
11.2 Hyn o Fyd. Daeareg 5: Y Dyn Cyntaf
(This World)

: You and Me

Take My Hand: 5
TUAN OANH NGUYEN finds out about the special costume Andrg is getting, and tells a traditional Vietnamese story in English.
Illustrations NANCY PETLEY-JONES
Research assistant CATHERINE ROBINS

Contributors

Unknown: Catherine Robins

: For Schools, Colleges

11.40 Maths File. 8: Enlargement
With TONY HUGHES , JACQUELINE CLARKE , ROBIN SCOBEY, PETER GORDON A commercial for the Number Squad urges us to reduce crime by a factor of ten. Producer DAVID TAFT
Series producer DAVID ROSEVEARE
12.5 16 Up. 5: The Human Factor

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Hughes
Unknown: Jacqueline Clarke
Unknown: Peter Gordon

: Closedown

: Midday News

Weather FRANK GREENE

Contributors

Unknown: Frank Greene

: Pebble Mill at One

Today's programme includes Dig This presented by Peter Seabrook.

Contributors

Presented By: Peter Seabrook.

: How Do You Do?

A See-Saw programme

: For Schools, Colleges

2.2 Scene. Consumer Rights
A revealing insight into the pitfalls and pressures on young consumers. Advisers JACQUI KING and TIM DOLPHIN explain our rights, whilst the ' Hip Flickers ' discover that dance costumes have to be more than just glossy to win disco competitions.
Presenter LIBBY PURVES Producer JOHN THORNICROFT
Series producer ROGER TONGE

Contributors

Presenter: Libby Purves
Producer: Roger Tonge

: A Good Job with Prospects

How I Got Where I am Today

: Closedown

: Cywain

Bird's-eye View of Wales
(English transmitters only. First shown on BBC Cymru. Wales)

: Play School

Story: The First Pennyfarthing by JOHN DALE Presenters
Lucie Skeaping , Ben Bazell

Contributors

Unknown: John Dale
Presenters: Lucie Skeaping
Unknown: Ben Bazell

: Dinky Dog

in Phi Beta Dinky

: Jackanory

with Julie Dawn Cole The Bears Upstairs by DOROTHY HAAS Part 5
Pictures by KATE CANNING
Executive producer ANNA HOME Producer ANGELA BEECHING Adapted and directed by MICHAELKERRIGAN»,,n.,»ii«jl

: Finders Keepers

Richard Stilgoe chairs the fast-moving quiz where losers are never weepers.
WEST HOVE MIDDLE SCHOOL play NORTHOLT MIDDLE SCHOOL
Find out how you can join in at home and win a Finders Keepers pen.
Producer IAN OLIVER

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Stilgoe
Producer: Ian Oliver

: Grange Hill

A series in 18 episodes
Part 16 by PHIL REDMOND
Cathy and her group have to face the consequences of taking an afternoon off to play at the dance.
Studio lighting ALAN HORNE
Studio sound GRAHAM WILKINSON Designer ROCHELLE SELWYN
Executive producer ANNA HOME Director COLIN CANT
Grange Hill Goes Wild, 14.50, from bookshops

Contributors

Unknown: Phil Redmond
Unknown: Alan Horne
Grange Hill pupils: Pamela Cartwright: Rene Alperstein
Grange Hill pupils: Alan Humphries: George Armstrong
Grange Hill pupils: Cathy Hargreaves: Lyndy Brill
Grange Hill pupils: Tucker Jenkins: Todd Carty
Grange Hill pupils: Gary Hargreaves: Mark Farmer
Grange Hill pupils: Carol Yates: Julia Gale
Grange Hill pupils: Michael Doyle: Vincent Hall
Grange Hill pupils: Ruth: Paula Harris
Grange Hill pupils: Trisha Yates: Michelle Herbert
Grange Hill pupils: Tommy Watson: Paul McCarthy
Grange Hill pupils: Justin Bennett: Robert Craic Morgan
Grange Hill pupils: Gerry: Karen Saukders
Grange Hill pupils: Susi McMahon: Linda Slater
Miss Peterson: Cheryl Branker
Mr Hopwood: Brian Capron
Mrs Jenkins: Hilary Crane
Mrs Hargreaves: Sheila Freeman
Mr Keating: Robert Hartley
Mrs McClusky: Gwyneth Powell

: The Perishers

written by MAURICE DODD

Contributors

Written By: Maurice Dodd

: Evening News

with John Edmunds ; Weatherman

Contributors

Unknown: John Edmunds

: Regional news magazines and Nationwide

Look East, Look North
Look North West, Midlands Today Nationwide (London and SE) Points West, South Today Spotlight South West
6.20
Nationwide
Based in London, but reporting from all over the country, the programme brings you an up-to-the-minute analysis of events in the news as well as studio and film features.
Including Down to Earth: the guide to easy gardening with Alan Titchmarsh
And at 6.45 Sportswide with Desmond Lynam
(Regional details as Monday)

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Titchmarsh
Unknown: Desmond Lynam

: The Circus World Championships

A gala spectacular featuring the Finals of the 1980 Championships. Eight outstanding international circus acts combine grace and precision with panache and courage, as they perform in competition under the Big Top in four exciting categories.
The contenders: Acrobatics
The Chy-Bao-Guy Troupe (China) The Ariz Brothers (Italy) High Wire
The Farrelis (USA)
Manfred Doval (West Germany) Wild West
The Laners (Italy)
Bobby Roberts Jr and Moira (GB) Flying Trapeze
The Flying Michaels (USA)
The Flying Jimenez (Mexico) Ringmaster NORMAN BARRETT Commentator BRUCE HAMMAL
Staged in 'he ROBERT BROTHERS' Big Top Musical director LAURIE HOLLOWAY Sound KEITH HARLOW Lighting JOHN MASON
Designer BERNARD LLOYD-JONES Circus executive producer ADRIAN MhTCALFE
Directed for television by IAN SMITH

Contributors

Unknown: Manfred Doval
Commentator: Bruce Hammal
Director: Laurie Holloway
Television By: Ian Smith

: The Walls of Jericho

A serial in seven episodes
5: Bitter Endings, New Beginnings by ERIC MACDONALD starring Sara Kestelman
Tom Watson , Rosalind Lloyd and Gillian Barge
Dr Jex-Blake is now back in her stride, but as usual demands too much of herself and those around her.
Serial devised by MAGGIE ALLEN Designer TIM DANN
Producer RODERICK GRAHAM
Directed by DOUGLAS CAMFIELD BBC Scotland
Book (same title), hardback £6.75 from 10 March; paperback £1.95, from bookshops

Contributors

Unknown: Eric MacDonald
Unknown: Sara Kestelman
Unknown: Tom Watson
Unknown: Rosalind Lloyd
Unknown: Gillian Barge
Unknown: Maggie Allen
Designer: Tim Dann
Producer: Roderick Graham
Directed By: Douglas Camfield
Sophia Jex-Blake: Sara Kestelman
Elizabeth Garrett Anderson: Rosalind Lloyd
Henry Littlejohn: Tom Watson
Ursula du Pre: Gillian Barge
Edith Pechey: Mary Rutherford
John Findlay: John Breslin
Agnes Hamilton: Isobil Nisbet
Dr Cheadle: Martin Wyldeck
Mr Norton: John Woodnutt
Mrs Thomson JULIE: Ann Fullarton
Hugh Thomson: Scott Anderson
Flora: Lesley Fitzsimons

: Points of View

Barry Took presents more of your comments on BBCtv programmes.
Producer TIM SIMMONS
Send your letters to Points of View, BBC Television Centre, London W12 8QT

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Took
Producer: Tim Simmons

: Nine O'Clock News

with Kenneth Kendall
Weekend Weather FRANK GREENE

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Kendall
Unknown: Frank Greene

: Starsky and Hutch

Tough and rough-but likeable and friendly. Two young cops walk a tightrope in the world of crime. starring
Running
Starsky breaks every rule in the book when he hides a girl from the police.

Contributors

Starsky: Paul Michael Glaser
Hutch: David Soul

: Time of My Life

A six-part comedy series written by JIM ELDRIDGE , starring
Mark Kingston and Amanda Barrie
Music by RONNIE HAZLEHURST Producer DENNIS MAIN WILSON
Director MARTIN SHARDLOW

Contributors

Written By: Jim Eldridge
Unknown: Mark Kingston
Unknown: Amanda Barrie
Music By: Ronnie Hazlehurst
Producer: Dennis Main Wilson
Director: Martin Shardlow
Ken Archer: Mark Kingston
Joan Archer: Amanda Barrie
Mr Richards: Robert Brown
Alice: Avril Angers
Fisherman: Dudley Long
Miss Wade: Rosemary Williams
Mugger: George Tovey
Wayne Archer: Andrew Paul
Bus conductor: Carl Andrews
Man on bus: Ray Gatenby

: Royal Heritage

The ten-part story of Britain's royal builders and collectors. Told by Huw Wheldon
7: Victoria and Albert sir Huw WHELDON describes the family life of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert at Osborne House, and the background to their official duties at Buckingham Palace, which remains the centre for state ceremonial. Prince Albert's capacities for organisation and design were shown to the full during the rebuilding of the Palace of Westminster and the Great Exhibition of 1851. The Queen's grief at his death is reflected in the magnificent Royal Mausoleum at Frogmore.
A vivid, detailed portrait ... I enjoyed it so much I felt cross when the end titles came up (DAILY EXPRESS) Historical adviser j. H. PLUMB
Executive producer RICHARD CAWSTON Producer MICHAEL GILL
Directed by ANN TURNER
Book (same title), £14.75 from bookshops

Contributors

Told By: Huw Wheldon
Unknown: J. H. Plumb
Producer: Richard Cawston
Directed By: Ann Turner

: Ballroom Champions

From the Hammersmith Palais, London, Ray Moore introduces the second of two programmes featuring the finalists of the United Kingdom Ballroom Championships. Tonight couples compete for the Amateur Modern and Professional Latin American titles.
To the music of ANDY ROSS
Professional assessment of the competition from PEGGY SPENCER.
A MECCA promotion in conjunction with the bottlers of Coca-Cola
Television production KEN GRIFFIN

Contributors

Introduces: Ray Moore
Unknown: Peggy Spencer.
Unknown: Ken Griffin








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