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: Open University

6.25 The Madonna di San Biagio
6.50 History of Mathematics
7.15 Noise and Interference
7.40 Properties of Enzymes: 1
8.5 Punjab to Britain: 3
8.30 Admission to the OU Explained

: Edgar Kennedy

in Noisy Neighbours
Edgar trades in his old car for the latest model, but first the former needs a little fixing. rio film

: Get Set

Introduced by Mark Curry and Deborah Appleby with, live in the studio, the chart sound of A Flock of Seagulls
There's comedy from Bugs Bunny and Huckleberry Hound , and at
9.30 Whirlybirds, exciting helicopter action with Chuck and P.T.
10.0 Day Tripper takes Michael Wood in search of the past at Lincoln Cathedral
10.15 Origami, a new look at an ancient art with Paul Dawson
10.20 Poparound, the latest from the world of pop with Peter Powell
10.40 Tennis Training: Mark works hard to improve his tennis before he challenges a champion.
Answerphone: [number removed]
Designer BARRY ROACH Director SUE lochead
Producer TONY Harrison
Executive producer DAVID BROWN

Contributors

Introduced By: Mark Curry
Introduced By: Deborah Appleby
Introduced By: Huckleberry Hound
Unknown: Michael Wood
Unknown: Paul Dawson
Unknown: Peter Powell
Designer: Barry Roach
Producer: Tony Harrison
Producer: David Brown

: Trouble Brewing

A feature film starring the popular Lancashire lad, George Formby also starring Googie Withers.
'I'm not as daft as I look', says George Gullip. George is a newspaper compositor, and also an amateur sleuth, so when the police are baffled by a gang of counter-feiters he devises an ingenious plan to trap the crooks...
Formby is in excellent form as the love-sick hero, and finds time to sing several songs - including 'Fanlight Fanny' - on the way to a hectic finale in a brewery.
Films: page 9

Contributors

Screenplay/director: Anthony Kimmins
Screenplay: Angus MacPhail
Screenplay: Michael Hogan
Producer: Jack Kitchin
George Gullip: George Formby
Mary Brown: Googie Withers
Bill Pike: Gus McNaughton
A.G. Brady: Garry Marsh
Lord Redhill: Joss Ambler
Bridgwater: Ronald Shiner
Mme Berdi: Martita Hunt

: Grandstand

See panel including at 1.0* News Summary

: News

with Jan Leeming ; Weatherman

Contributors

Unknown: Jan Leeming

: The Dukes of Hazzard

and guest stars
Share and Share Alike
Now isn't it just like a woman to start interferin' just when a guy's got a nice little scam going? And when the woman's name is Lulu Hogg you can be sure Boss ain't going to like the outcome.
Music specially composed and sung by WAYLON JENNINGS
Written by MARTIN ROTH Directed by DENVER PYLE

Contributors

Unknown: Lulu Hogg
Sung By: Waylon Jennings
Written By: Martin Roth
Directed By: Denver Pyle
Luke Duke: Tom Wopat
Bo Duke: John Schneider
Daisy: Catherine Bach
Uncle Jesse: Denver Pyle
the Sheriff: James Best
Boss Hogg: Sorrell Booke
Cooter: With Ben Jones
Cletus: Rick Hurst
Dickens: David Hayward
Lulu: Peggy Rea

: Date with Danger: The Beasts are on the Streets

Starring Carol Lynley, Dale Robinette
The tranquillity of a small American town is shattered when a truck crashes through a fence at a wildlife preserve. The animals, many of them dangerous, stampede through the gap, bringing terror and chaos to the community. In a race against time the rangers attempt to recapture the animals before they harm anyone - or are themselves destroyed.
Films: page 9

Contributors

Writer: Laurence Heath
Producer: Harry R. Sherman
Director: Peter Hunt
Dr Claire Macauley: Carol Lynley
Kevin Johnson: Dale Robinette
Sandy Macauley: Michelle Walling
Eddie Morgan: Philip Thomas
Jim Scudder: Billy Green Bush
Rick Andrews: Casey Biggs
Al Loring: Burton Gilliam
Ralph Sherman: Carter Mullaly
Lucetta: Sharon Ullrick

: Eurovision Song Contest 1983

Live from the Rudi-Sedlmayr-Halle, Munich, Germany
Commentary by Terry Wogan
Artists in order of appearance: France: Guy Bonnet
Norway: Jahn Teigen, Anita Skorgan, Karimctte Aamodt, Siri Lenning Froemyhr, Nina Bayer
United Kingdom: Sweet Dreams Sweden: Carola Hacggkvist Italy: Riccardo Fogli
Turkey: Cetin Alp and The Short Waves
Spain: Remedios Amaya
Switzerland: Marietta Farr Finland: Ami Aspclund
Greece: Christi Stassinopoulou Netherlands: Bernadette
Yugoslavia: Danijcl Popovic
Cyprus: Stavros and Constantina
Germany: Hoffmann and Hoffmann Denmark: Gry Johansen, Lars Christensen, Flemming Gcrnyx, Christian Jakobscn, Lei Moe, Lupe Moe
Israel: Ofra Haza
Portugal: Armando Gama Austria: Westend
Belgium: Pas de Deux
Luxembourg: Corinne Hermes
The United Kingdom entry is 'I'm never giving up' written by RON ROKER , JAN PULSFORD and PHIL WIGGER conducted by JOHN COLEMAN
Presented by ARD Germany

Contributors

Commentary By: Terry Wogan
Unknown: Jahn Teigen
Unknown: Anita Skorgan
Unknown: KarimcTte Aamodt
Unknown: Gry Johansen
Unknown: Lars Christensen
Unknown: Flemming Gcrnyx
Unknown: Christian Jakobscn
Unknown: Lei Moe
Written By: Ron Roker
Written By: Jan Pulsford
Conducted By: John Coleman
Presented By: ARD Germany

: * News and Sport

with Jan Leeming ; Weatherman

Contributors

Unknown: Jan Leeming

: Blood Money

The last of three programmes by Arden Winch
Starring Bernard Hepton, Michael Denison with Juliet Hammond-Hill, Stephen Yardley and Cavan Kendall, Gary Whelan
The anti-terrorist squad pin-point the house where Rupert is held by terrorists and plan to move in. A deal is arranged with the terrorists.
Book (same title), £1.50 paperback, £8.25 hardback, from booksellers

Contributors

Writer: Arden Winch
Producer: Gerard Glaister
Director: Michael E. Briant
Charles Vivian: Cavan Kendall
Danny Connors: Gary Whelan
Irene Kohl: Juliet Hammond-Hill
James Drew: Stephen Yardley
Comic: Royston Tickner
Capt Percival: Michael Denison
WPS Barratt: Anna Mottram
Chief Supt Meadows: Bernard Hepton
Insp Clarke: Daniel Hill
Chief Insp Perry: Jack McKenzie
Rupert Grant: Ashley Warnock
Det Sgt Quirk: Dean Harris
Wheeler: Linal Haft
DC Wallace: Nigel Caliburn
Det Sgt Summers: Reg Woods
Clive Hugill: Anthony Gardner
Brenda: Natalie Forbes
Molly Irons: Gilly Flower
Gaunt: Terry Forrestal
Davis: Brian Croucher
Betty Smith: Jennifer Croxton
Flo Gaymer: Sally Willis
Beryl: Karen Burch
Albert: Stacy Davies
Television director: Simon Needs
Newsreader: Guy Standeven

: Saturday Late Film: Steel Cowboy

starring James Brolin, Rip Torn
Clayton Pfanner is "The Steel Cowboy", a tough individualist born out of his time. In the harsh world of the 1970s Clayton and his pal and co-driver, K.W., find the going hard. Their massive truck - complete with leather interior, carpets and television - is their home and their "world". Unfortunately for Clayton a life of free-wheeling adventure doesn't pay the bills and a freight-racketeer, Pincus, persuades them to transport stolen cattle - with disastrous results for all concerned.

Films: p 9

Contributors

Clayton Pfanner: James Brolin
K.W. Hicks: Rip Torn
Jesse Pfanner: Jennifer Warren
R.W. Pincus: Strother Martin
Johnnie: Melanie Griffith
Burt: Michael McGuire
Rackley: Stanley Brock
Waitress: Miriam Byrd-Nethery
Coke mach 1: Bo Gibson
Coke mach 2: Jack O'Leary
Man in mob: Richard Lapp
Skelly attendant: Neil Summers
Randy: Scott Thompson
Mexican: Rudy Diaz
Marshall: Stuart Gillard
Jennings: William Bryant
Producer/screenplay: R.J. Louis
Director: Harvey Laidman








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