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: Play School

Story: What Anna Sated Written and illustrated by INGER SANDBERG and LASSE SANDBERG
PresentersMIRANDA CONNELL , JON GLOVER

Contributors

Illustrated By: Inger Sandberg
Unknown: Lasse Sandberg
Presenters: Miranda Connell
Presenters: Jon Glover

: Closedown

: Training for Work: 4: The Gap

A series of ten programmes
Introduced by Geoffrey Morris
(First shown on BBC1)
Book, 80p: page 82

Contributors

Presenter: Geoffrey Morris
Director: Brian Davies
Producer: Michael Garrod

: Closedown

: Learning in Leisure

4: Crafts-or Arts?

: Dewch i Siarad: Programme 2

Let's Speak Welsh. An introductory series of eight programmes for absolute beginners

Contributors

Producer: Wynne Lloyd

: News Summary

Weather

: Opinion: Health Foods

Health Foods - the New Consciousness, or just lucrative humbug?
Michael Dean talks to Nicholas Tomalin of the Sunday Times who believes that the health food movement unfairly exploits people's insecurities, to nutritionist Professor Yudkin, to a representative of the food industry, and to Craig Sams, one of the pioneers of macrobiotics in this country.

Contributors

Presenter: Michael Dean
Interviewee: Nicholas Tomalin
Interviewee: Professor Yudkin
Interviewee: Craig Sams
Producer: Peter Carr

: Europa

In the 1930s, Turkey's Kemal Ataturk swept away the power of the Sultans and planned a prosperous, educated democracy. Today Turkey stands in line for Common Market membership. Swedish and West German TV look at two sides of Ataturk's legacy: the economic reality of Europe's poorest nation, and at persistent accusations of repression and torture.
Introduced by Derek Hart

Contributors

Presenter: Derek Hart
Producer: Maryse Addison

: Jane Eyre: Part 5

by Charlotte Bronte
Dramatised in five parts by Robin Chapman
[Starring] Michael Jayston as Rochester and Sorcha Cusack as Jane

The marriage of Jane and Rochester was prevented at the last moment by the revelation that he already had a wife - a lunatic hidden at Thornfield. Although her love is as strong as ever Jane decided she must leave him.

Contributors

Author: Charlotte Bronte
Dramatised by: Robin Chapman
Script Editor: Alistair Bell
Make-up: Elizabeth Rowell
Costumes: Roger Reece
Designer: Stuart Walker
Producer: John McRae
Director: Joan Craft
Rochester: Michael Jayston
Jane: Sorcha Cusack
Diana: Caroline Harris
Mary: Susan Brodrick
Hannah: Anna Wing
St John Rivers: Geoffrey Whitehead
Ruth: Susan Payne
Innkeeper: Frank Mills
John: Ronald Mayer
Leah: Hazel Clyne

: Show of the Week: The Two Ronnies

Starring Ronnie Corbett and Ronnie Barker
and their guests Blue Mink, Pan's People
featuring Dilys Watling, Julia McKenzie
With Jeffery Sirr, Peter Symonds, Johnny Wade, April Walker

Contributors

Comedian: Ronnie Corbett
Comedian: Ronnie Barker
Musicians: Blue Mink
Dancers: Pan's People
[Actress]: Dilys Watling
[Actress]: Julia McKenzie
[Actor]: Jeffrey Sirr
[Actor]: Peter Symonds
[Actor]: Johnny Wade
[Actress]: April Walker
Writer: Graham Chapman
Writer: Spike Mullins
Writer: Gerald Wiley
Arrangements and orchestra directed by: Ronnie Hazlehurst
Pan's People choreographer: Flick Colby
Design: Gary Pritchard
Producer: Terry Hughes

: One Pair of Eyes: The Road to Ruritania

Paul Johnson on The Road to Ruritania

During the lifetime of most of us Britain has moved into the ranks of the second-class powers. The decline in our power and influence continues. You could say we're on the road to Ruritania.

In the latest in this series of highly personal films, Paul Johnson - journalist, broadcaster and author of a widely acclaimed history of England - gives his views on our latest dilemma. He believes we can only understand the present if we examine our past: 2,000 years of English history provide clues to our present-day difficulties over the Common Market and the economy.

The historian A.J.P. Taylor, as well as Michael Foot, MP, Anthony Howard, and J.B. Priestley contribute to the programme. But the overall view is very much Johnson's own.
Paul Johnson's Choice: page 5

Contributors

Presenter: Paul Johnson
Interviewee: A.J.P. Taylor
Interviewee: Michael Foot
Interviewee: Anthony Howard
Interviewee: J.B. Priestley
Producer: Malcolm Brown
Director: Julian Cooper

: News Extra

Presented by David Holmes with Peter Dorling; Weather

Contributors

Newsreader: David Holmes
Newsreader: Peter Dorling

: Real Time: Phone-In

Introduced by Chris Dunkley
Real Time devotes its whole programme to a phone-in about Jimmy O'Connor's play, Her Majesty's Pleasure, seen earlier on BBC1. For the first time, viewers will be able to voice their immediate reactions to a television play and question its creators.
O'Connor earned his reputation as a TV playwright with plays based on his personal experiences of prison life. Producer Kenith Trodd joins him in the studio to receive viewers' calls. If you wish to take part, the number to ring is [number removed]

Contributors

Presenter: Chris Dunkley
Panellist: Jimmy O'Connor
Panellist: Kenith Trodd
Producer: Philip Speight
Executive Producer: Mike Fentiman

: Closedown









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