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: Open University

6.40 War and Society: Algeria

7.5 Psychology

: Play School

: Closedown

: Open University

5.25 Modern Music

5.50 Problems of Philosophy

6.15 The Slave Trade

6.40 The Nude in Victorian Art

: Planning - for People?

A series of five programmes
1: They're changing Bruddersford A hundred years ago Bradford was a fast-expanding, prosperous town, centre of the wool trade and home of ' muck and brass.' In 1974 the face of the city and the surrounding district is changing almost daily as the planners carry out their programmes. Narrator DEREK COOPER
Producer GORDON CROTON

Contributors

Narrator: Derek Cooper
Producer: Gordon Croton

: Election Newsday

Robin Day, following the News Summary, interviews the men and women with particular experience and knowledge of the issues at stake in this election. preceded by Weather

: Music Makers

David Attenborough in conversation with Raymond Leppard , who has done so much to revive performances of early Italian opera.
Director ROY TIPPING
Producer WALTER TODDS t,

Contributors

Unknown: David Attenborough
Unknown: Raymond Leppard
Producer: Walter Todds

: Florence - The Fifth Element

The world is made up of earth, air, fire and water - but there is another element - the Florentines. These brilliantly talented people created between 1450 and 1550 an extraordinary century of artistic achievement - but during those very years a long struggle took place between the proud Republican city and the family which was eventually to dominate it - the Medici.
John R. Hale recounts for Chronicle this remarkable story, using the rich background of the Renaissance and the actual locations where the events took place-including the Palace of the Signoria, Cosimo de Medici's hunting lodge and Lorenzo the Magnificent's villa.
Executive producer PAUL JOHNSTONE Producer KENNETH SHEPHEARD

Contributors

Unknown: John R. Hale
Producer: Paul Johnstone
Producer: Kenneth Shepheard

: Colour My Soul

with Midweek Music starring Jimmy Helms
He's never played the Palladium or Las Vegas, but musicians give star rating to the powerful voice of JIMMY HELMS who begins a new series in front of a live audience at Cesar's Palace, Luton. Joining him are guitarist TONY MCPHEE and THE RALPH TOBERT DANCERS
Musical director KENNY WOODMAN Lighting SAM BRANTER
Sound CHRIS HOLCOMBE , PETER FRESHNET Producer MICHAEL BEGG

Contributors

Unknown: Jimmy Helms
Unknown: Jimmy Helms
Guitarist: Tony McPhee
Unknown: Chris Holcombe
Unknown: Peter Freshnet
Producer: Michael Begg

: The Frost Interview

Politics - confrontation enquiry - revelation reminiscence - sport - humour.
Who will be the man or woman who comes face to face with David Frost ?
Director MIKE CATHERWOOD
Assistant producer BARBARA MAXWELL Producer IAIN JOHN STONE

Contributors

Unknown: David Frost
Producer: Barbara Maxwell
Producer: Iain John

: Microbes and Men

4: Certain Death by BRUCE NORMAN with On 6 July 1885 young Joseph Meister was brought to Pasteur's laboratory. He had been savaged by a rabid dog and bitten 14 times. Death from rabies seemed certain, unless Pasteur would treat him with an untried and possibly lethal vaccine.
Music composed by DUDLEY SIMPSON Film editor CLARE DOUGLAS Producer PETER GOODCHILD Director SIMON LANGTON
Book, same title, £2.50 from bookshops

Contributors

Unknown: Bruce Norman
Unknown: Joseph Meister
Composed By: Dudley Simpson
Editor: Clare Douglas
Producer: Peter Goodchild
Director: Simon Langton
Louis Pasteur: Arthur Lowe
Emile Roux: Charles Kay
Loir: Keith Drinkel
Metchnikoff: Jacob Witkin
Peter: Aubrey Richards
Grancher: John Normington
Vulpian: Geoffrey Lumsden
Virchow: Frank Gatliff
Olga Metchnikoff: Susan Tebbs
Viala: David Troughton
Brouardel: Bill Gavin
Mme Pelletier: Elaine Baillie
Louise Pelletier: Nicola Cave
Mme Meister: Delia Paton
Joseph Meister: Clive Florentine
Vone: Ivor Roberts
Clemenceau: Neville Barber
Children's doctor: Robert Arnold
Reveillac: Peter Schofield

: Where We Live

4: Cardiganshire
To many children in Wales the annual competitions in singing, playing and recitation at the eisteddfodau are more than an assertion of Welshness. They are an important outlet for their most treasured ambitions.
Film editor DAVID GLADWELL Director DAVID HEYCOCK t.

Contributors

Editor: David Gladwell
Director: David Heycock

: News Extra

Presented by David Holmes Weather

Contributors

Presented By: David Holmes

: Closedown

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