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: Open University

G.25 Mansfield Park: Improvement.
6.50 Skye: Field Evidence.
7.15 Who Needs Maths?
7.40 Introducing Combinatorics.
8.5 Genetics.
8.30 Stereochemistry: Conformations.

: Bagpuss

A See-Saw programme by PETER FIRMIN and OLIVER POSTGATE Music by SANDRA KERR and JOHN FAULKNER
Bagpuss, an old cloth cat, lives with his friends in the window of Emily's shop ... where anything can happen.

Contributors

Programme By: Peter Firmin
Music By: Sandra Kerr
Music By: John Faulkner

: Sunday Worship

The Word-a Journey Through John's Gospel
Feeding the 5,000 from Glenwood Church Centre, Llanedeyrn, Cardiff led by BARRIE CIREL
Singer GARTH HEWITT
Preacher GERAINT FIELDER
Readings: John 6. vv 1-14; 35
Hymns: And can it be (Sagina); I stand amazed in the presence (My Saviour's Love); Guide me, 0 thou great Jehovah (Cwm Rhondda)
Sound ALLAN WILLIAMS Lighting JOHN EVNON
Television presentation JOHN GERAINT BBC Wales
New Every Morning, the book of the BBC Daily Service, 12.00 from booksellers

Contributors

Singer: Barrie Cirel
Singer: Garth Hewitt
Singer: Preacher Geraint

: Asian Magazine

Continuing the series on secondary education, vasanthi RAO, Head-mistress of Handsworth Girls' School, talks about education in a single-sex school. There are four types of home-improvement grants. Can you apply for them? RASHID ASHRAF talks to I'ETER ARCHER and NAIIID NIAZI about home-improvement grants.
A song is provided by NITIN mukesii , a film singer from Bombay.
Producer bish mehay. Executive producer ashoK RAMPAL. BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Provided By: Nitin Mukesii
Producer: Ashok Rampal.

: Maths Help

5: Geometry I

: Let's Go

Presented by BRIAN RIX
Ten more programmes which aim to help mentally-handicapped people get more out of life. 8: Let's be Nice to Animals ... at home, at the zoo, on the farm
Assistant producer ANNE O'DWYER Producer CHARLES rASCOE
Notes for parents and teachers, fl.50 from [address removed]

Contributors

Presented By: Brian Rix
Producer: Anne O'Dwyer

: Buongiorno Italia!

Twenty programmes for beginners in Italian, presented by LILLY lembo LAMBERT and ENRICO VERDECCHIA 18: Com'era una volta?
The Romans gave Orvieto its name, urbs vetus, after they had conquered and destroyed it in 265BC. Before then it had been a major Etruscan city.
Studio director PAULA gilder
Producer maddalena facandini
Book (same title), records and cassettes and notes for teachers available from bookshops or from BBC Publications

Contributors

Presented By: Lilly Lembo
Director: Paula Gilder
Producer: Maddalena Facandini

: Russian Language and People

A series of 20 programmes
Learn a little Russian and look at daily life in the Soviet Union: 18
Film editor Richard SIDWELL
Producer TERRY dovi. e (Repeal)
Book (same title) iS.50, records flO.64 cassettes £9.49 from retailers

Contributors

Producer: Terry Dovi.

: Delia Smith's Cookery Course

Vegetarian Cooking
Director ERICA GRIFFITHS
Producer PETER RIDING
Delia Smith Recipe on Ceefax page 167

Contributors

Director: Erica Griffiths

: See Hear!

A weekly programme for people with hearing problems.
Introduced by MAGGIE WOOLLEY PADDY LADD and JOHN LEE
Produced by PETER dunki. ey

Contributors

Introduced By: Maggie Woolley
Introduced By: Paddy Ladd
Introduced By: John Lee
Produced By: Peter Dunki.

: Making the Most of the Micro

7: Sounds Interesting

: Farming

Featuring the news and views, politics and practice of those involved with the land, with PHILIP wrixon and DAN CHERRINGTON
Producers PHILIP hicks , KEN POLLOCK Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
Weather for farmers JACK SCOTT

Contributors

Unknown: Philip Wrixon
Unknown: Dan Cherrington
Producers: Philip Hicks
Producers: Ken Pollock
Producer: John Kenyon
Unknown: Jack Scott

: Business Club

A series of ten programmes
8: Highand Not-so-High Technology Two west country firms show how they updated their manufacturing machinery without spending a fortune. Club chairman IAN mcnaught-davis reviews the help available to small firms thinking of bringing high technology into their production processes.
(Repealed on BBC2 tomorrow. 10.0 am)
Book, Small Business Guide, £4.50, from bookshops. For I Local Link details, send a 91 x 61 in 15!p sae to [address removed]

: News Headlines

: International Darts

England v Scotland
Arrow Chemicals British International Championship
The second match in the triangular series between England, Scotland and Wales.
After their defeat by Wales two weeks ago at home, Scotland have to win this match to stay in the championship. England, this year captained by JOHN LOWE , will be determined to prove their domination in this event.
Introduced by PETER PURVES from the Royal Centre, Nottingham Commentators
SID WADDELL , TONY GREEN
Producers KEITH PHILLIPS, NICK

Contributors

Unknown: John Lowe
Introduced By: Peter Purves
Unknown: Sid Waddell
Unknown: Tony Green
Producers: Keith Phillips, Nick

: Film Matinee: The Last Escape

starring
Stuart Whitman , John Collin
During the last day of World War II, OSS Capt Lee Mitchell is given the assignment of smuggling rocket scientist Von Heinken out of Naziheld Berlin. He must complete his dangerous mission before the arrival of the fast-advancing Russians.
Screenplay HERMAN HOFFMAN Produced by IRVING temaner
Directed by WALTER grauman. Films: p 14

Contributors

Unknown: Stuart Whitman
Unknown: John Collin
Unknown: Capt Lee Mitchell
Unknown: Von Heinken
Unknown: Herman Hoffman
Produced By: Irving Temaner
Directed By: Walter Grauman.
Capt Lee Mitchell: Stuart Whitman
Sgt Harry McBee: John Collin
Von Heinken: Pinkas Braun
Lt Donald Wilcox: Martin Jarvis
Major Hessel: Gunther Neutze
Karen marc: It Saad
Major Griggs: Patrick Jordan

: International Darts

England v Scotland
Arrow Chemicals British International Championship
Highlights of the afternoon's play and today's result.

: Match of the Day

Introduced by Jimmy Hill
Action highlights from First and Second Division games plus analysis and interviews.
Also, a chance to win flOO-worth of Premium Bonds in the February Goal of the Month competition. Commentators
BARRY DAVIES and ALAN PARRY News round-up by BOB WILSON
Producers john SHREWSBURY
JOHN PHILIPS, MURRAY NEEDHAM Series producer FRED VINER Editor BOB ABRAHAMS

Contributors

Introduced By: Jimmy Hill
Unknown: Barry Davies
Unknown: Alan Parry
Unknown: Bob Wilson
Producers: John Shrewsbury
Unknown: John Philips,
Unknown: Murray Needham
Producer: Fred Viner
Editor: Bob Abrahams

: Dombey and Son

by CHARLES DICKENS dramatised in ten episodes by JAMES ANDREW HALL
7: Shattered by the death of young Paul, Mr Dombey has gone to Leamington Spa. He is accompanied by Major Bagstock, who introduces him to the scheming Mrs Skewton and her beautiful daughter Edith.
Meanwhile old Sol, Captain Cuttle and Florence are waiting anxiously for news of Walter, whose ship is still missing.
Music composed and conducted by DUDLEY SIMPSON
Film cameraman PETER hall Script editor TERRANCE DICKS Designer RAYMOND LONDON Producer BARRY LETTS
Director RODNEY BENNETT

Contributors

Unknown: James Andrew Hall
Unknown: Mr Dombey
Unknown: Mrs Skewton
Conducted By: Dudley Simpson
Editor: Terrance Dicks
Producer: Barry Letts
Director: Rodney Bennett
Dombey: Julian Glover
Carker, with: Paul Darrow
Captain Cuttle: Emrys James
Major Bagstock: James Cossins
as The Hon Mrs Skewton: Diana King
Edith Granger: Sharon Mughan
Florence: And Lysette Anthony
Mr Toots: Neal Swettenham
Susan Nipper: Zelah Clarke
Biler: Steve Fletcher
Solomon Gills: Roger Mlner
Withers: Andrew Dunford
Perch: Ronald Herdiian
Towlinson: Kenton More

: News

with Jan Leeming ; Weatherman

Contributors

Unknown: Jan Leeming

: Holiday

Introduced by Cliff Michelmore
Touring by coach, cruising - and punching a computer keyboard!
Three ways of holiday-making featured in this week's programme
Anne Gregg takes a coach tour around the Iberian peninsula and across to North Africa. John Carter cruises down the Rhine between Konigswinter and Heidelberg. The computers are at Beaumont summer school near Car-lisle-which offers sports facilities and a computer room for those who want to exercise their brains as well. Paul Hughes reports.
In the studio, the latest news from the holiday scene.
Executive producer TOM SAVAGE Producer COLIN STRONG
Travel News on Ceejax page 180

Contributors

Introduced By: Cliff Michelmore
Unknown: Anne Gregg
Unknown: John Carter
Unknown: Paul Hughes

: Songs of Praise

from Lochaber
The future of this remote West Highland region no longer depends on the hill farmers who have worked there for generations, but on the modern industry which has come to the Glens. Geoffrey Wheeler talks to Lochaber people about their lives and faith. Their favourite hymns and psalms are sung in the Mackintosh Memorial Church, Fort William.
Oh come, let us sing to the Lord (Bo Accord); Jesus loves me! (Gaelic lullaby); Ye gates, lift up your heads (St
George's, Edinburgh); Our blest Redeemer (St Cuthbert); I waited for the Lord my God (St Columba); A cry in the night (Notting Hill); I to the hills will lift mine eyes (Dundee); Blessing and honour and glory and power. Conductor DAVID MAITLAND Organist ANDREW CAMPLING Director ELIZABETH GORT Producer DAVID KREMER
Series producer JIM MURRAY

Contributors

Talks: Geoffrey Wheeler
Conductor: David Maitland
Organist: Andrew Campling
Director: Elizabeth Gort
Producer: David Kremer
Producer: Jim Murray

: Last of the Summer Wine: The Three Astaires

by ROY CLARKE
starring Bill Owen, Peter Sallis, Brian Wilde
MUSiC RONNIE HAZLEHURST
Studio lighting RON BRISTOW Film cameraman MAX SAMETT Film editor FRANCES PARKER Designer tim gleeson
Produced and directed by SYDNEY lotterby

Contributors

Unknown: Bill Owen
Unknown: Peter Sallis
Unknown: Brian Wilde
Unknown: Ron Bristow
Unknown: Max Samett
Editor: Frances Parker
Designer: Tim Gleeson
Directed By: Sydney Lotterby
Compo: Bill Owen
Clegg: Peter Sallis
Foggy: Brian Wilde
Nora Batty: Kathy Staff
Wally: Joe Gladwin
Vicar: John Horsley
Lydia: Dilys Hamlett
Miss Hare: Joolia Cappleman

: Nanny

A series in ten parts starring Wendy Craig as Nanny Barbara Tavener 8: Frankly Speaking by julia JONES , with Still helping out in the children's ward, Barbara becomes deeply involved with the fate of one of her young charges. And this forces her to reconsider her role at the hospital. For she has to face the fact that the child needs her help-badly.
Script editor JOAN CLARK
Music composed and conducted by GRANT HOSSACK Designer
MARY SPENCER
Producer BERNARD KRICHEFSKI Director ROBERT TRONSON

Contributors

Unknown: Wendy Craig
Unknown: Barbara Tavener
Unknown: Julia Jones
Editor: Joan Clark
Conducted By: Grant Hossack
Unknown: Mary Spencer
Producer: Bernard Krichefski
Director: Robert Tronson
Major Fancombe: Geoffrey Chater
Capt Marsh: Allan Cuthbertson
Donald Gray: Colin Douglas
Lydia Crawford: Madge Ryan
Frank Hailey: Stephen Sweeney
Sister Muriel Clarke: Amanda Murray
Nurse Sarah Cooksley: Joan Matheson
Staff Nurse Peggy Worsley: Julia Swift
Trudi: Emma Jacobs
Sergeant James: Harry Walker
Joan: Jade Magri
Boy in hospital: Dominic Martelli

: Mastermind

with Magnus Magnusson
Froebel Institute College bears the name of the German educator and philosopher Freiderich Froebel, the father of the kindergarten movement. Tonight another four contenders for the Mastermind 1983 title meet at the college in Roehampton.
Paul Campion (department store executive) Life and recordings of Caruso
Christopher Hughes (London Underground train driver) British steam locomotives (1900-1968)
Karen Stringer (university secretary) Life of T. E. Lawrence
Alex Yeats (charity worker) Slavery and the slave trade
Director LAURENCE vulliamy Producer ROGER MACKAY
Book, Mastermind 4, 11.50 from booksellers
Applications to take part in the next series of Mastermind are now invited. Requests for an application form should be made on a postcard to arrive by 28 February at Mastermind, BBC Television, London W12 8QT

Contributors

Presenter: Magnus Magnusson
Unknown: Christopher Hughes
Unknown: Karen Stringer
Unknown: Alex Yeats
Producer: Roger MacKay

: Bergerac

starring John Nettles in A Perfect Recapture by PAUL WHEELER with Terence Alexander and Celia Imrie and featuring Sean Arnold
Annette Badland and Mela White Guest stars Barbara Shelley and Ronald Hines
So far as Inspector West is concerned, the hunt for a wanted criminal is over. But it all seems too easy to Bergerac ...
Bergerac theme composed by GEORGE FENTON
Film editor ARDAN FISHER Designer JOHN HURST
Photography JOHN BAKER Created and produced by ROBERT BANKS STEW ART
Directed by PAUL ciappessoni
Book (same title), £6.25 hardback, it.25 paperback from booksellers

Contributors

Unknown: John Nettles
Unknown: Paul Wheeler
Unknown: Terence Alexander
Unknown: Celia Imrie
Unknown: Sean Arnold
Unknown: Annette Badland
Unknown: Barbara Shelley
Unknown: Ronald Hines
Composed By: George Fenton
Editor: Ardan Fisher
Designer: John Hurst
Unknown: John Baker
Directed By: Paul Ciappessoni
Jim Bergerac: John Nettles
Charles Hungerford: Terence Alexander
Marianne: Celia Imrie
Crozier: Sean Arnold
Charlotte: Annette Badland
Diamante Lil: Mela White
Inspector West: Ronald Hines
Catherine Prescott: Barbara Shelley
Duf: Erre Yves-Marie
Chantal: Aniouta Florent
Patrick Lister: Mark Burns
Bank manager: Richard Beale
Emma Prescott: Tracey Childs
Pilot: Sylvester Morand
Detective Constable Wilson: Geoffrey Leesley
Janet: Liz Lauste
Policeman: Kieran Conway
Clerk: Simon Barry
Head Waiter: Kenneth Morgan
Danny: Sam Holland

: News

with Jan Leeming Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Jan Leeming

: Omnibus

with Richard Baker

"Landscape in Britain", a major Arts Council Exhibition at London's Hayward Gallery, presents a fascinating vision of Britain as seen by over 200 artists from 1850-1950. The Rt Hon Roy Hattersley, MP, examines the picture of Britain that emerges from the show.

Richard Long is a very modem British artist who works in and with the landscape. He wants to make images which "work on the earth and the mind". Thus he moves stones, chronicles long walks and shifts the earth. His work has taken him to remote places and brought him an international reputation. For Omnibus he worked on the landscape of Dartmoor.

Siobhan Davies is one of our leading young choreographers. Her new ballet for the London Contemporary Dance Theatre is based on Bach's "Musical Offering"; it has been premiered at Oxford and now goes on tour.

Contributors

Presenter: Richard Baker
Reporter: Roy Hattersley
Artist: Richard Long
Choreographer: Siobhan Davies
Film Editor [Siobhan Davies]: Tom Stothart
Film Editor [Richard Long]: Colin Knijff
Film Director: Bob Lockyer
Editor: Christopher Martin

: Sunday Night

Presented by Eric Robson
In the week when the Pope begins his visit to Central America, Sunday Night looks at the implications of the tour.
Janet Cohen reports on the Jewish community in Britain.
Studio director FRANCES GIFFORD Producer PATTI STEEPLES Editor STEPHEN WHITTLE

Contributors

Presented By: Eric Robson
Unknown: Janet Cohen
Director: Frances Gifford
Producer: Patti Steeples
Editor: Stephen Whittle

: International Darts

England v Scotland Arrow Chemicals
British International Championship
Highlights of today's match including coverage of the ladies' event, with England captained by the number one lady of darts - MAUREEN FLOWERS. Introduced by PETER PURVES

Contributors

Introduced By: Peter Purves

: Weatherman









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