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: Open University

6.40 Ecology. 7.S Transformer..

: Play School

Story: Who Will Marry the Princess? Guest storyteller Christopher Owen Presenters
CAROL CHELL , DON SPENCER

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Owen
Presenters: Carol Chell
Unknown: Don Spencer

: Closedown

: Open University

5.25 Fruit Fly Chromosomes. 5.50 Geochemical Earth History. C.15-C.40 Environment - Rivers. 7.5 The Wave Nature of Light.

: News Summary

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: Collector's World

More items of interest, information and investigation for collectors about collecting.
Making Time: JON PEPPER .visits a firm producing longcase clocks inspired by styles over 250 years old. Making Music: GRAHAM WELLS, an expert as well as a musician, describes a variety of musical instruments from the Past-some of them as strange to the ear as to the eye.
Arthur Negus answers questions Introduced by Hugh Scully
Directors PAUL SMITH and TONY HUNT Producer ROBIN DRAKE
Editor JOHN KING (Bristol)

Contributors

Unknown: Arthur Negus
Introduced By: Hugh Scully
Directors: Paul Smith
Directors: Tony Hunt
Producer: Robin Drake

: The Philpott File

Trevor Philpott reports on The Hospital: 2: The Sisters
Florence Nightingale is dead. Dedication doesn' buy the groceries or pay the rent.
This is the kind of talk we've been hearing from the militant members of the nursing profession throughout the year. The nurses are due to get a new pay deal any day now.
But the most vital need is not to increase the pay of students and juniors but to offer sufficient rewards to career nurses, the ones who are prepared to spend years in the profession and upon whom the harmony and efficiency of the hospitals rests so heavily.
The Sisters is a study of five such nurses; the remarkable demands made upon them by the modern hospital, modern equipment and modern consultants; and of their attitude to their work and to their patients.
Film cameramen mike spooner, ian mLTON Film editor ANDREW gosling
Assistant producer MICHAEL MABER
Written and produced by TREVOR philpott

Contributors

Producer: Michael Maber
Produced By: Trevor Philpott

: Casanova

by DENNIS POTTER
Part 2
Producer MARK smvAS Directors
MARK CULLINGBAM, JOHN GLENISTEa 2

Contributors

Unknown: Dennis Fotte
Unknown: John Glenistea
Casanova: Starring Frank Finlay
Lorenzo and Mr Hart: Norman Rossington
Feldkirchner: Graham Crowden
Schalon: Patrick Newell
Capitani: Frederick Peisley
Genoveffa: Lyn Yeldham
Pauline: Valerie Gearon
Pantalone r ?,: Hijgh Fortnow
Arlecchino: Tim Thomas
11 Capitano: Emil Wolk
Man with knife: Christopher Martin
Colombina: Rowan Wylie
Doctor Bellotti: Basil Clarke
Street crier: Lyn Turner
Manon brigid: Erin Bates
Doctor Rasp: John Ringham
Caroline: Gillian Hills
Father Balbi: Roger Hammond
Cristina: Zienia Merton
Anne Roman-Coupier: Ania Marson

: The Entertainers: 2: Hello, are you coming to the show?

The Great Lowland Touring Company is a group of students from Edinburgh. This summer they revived the long-standing tradition of the Highland Tour, visiting remote Scottish villages with a play - an obscure medieval farce called Gammer Gurton's Needle.
As the film follows their increasingly battered blue bus from village to village, their concern slowly shifts from the problems of local reaction to the more difficult ones inside the group. As they go for days on little sleep or food, it's hardly surprising that for every burst of excitement they experience a corresponding low. Inevitably they are left wondering who benefits from the tour, themselves or the audience.

Contributors

Producer: Peter Carr

: News Extra

Presented by David Holmes Weather

Contributors

Presented By: David Holmes

: Closedown









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