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: Open University

7.05 Systems Management: 1

7.30 Educational Decision-Making

: Closedown

: Play School

Today's story: Runaway Danny written and illustrated by CELIA BERRIDGE Presenters
Carol Leader, Fred Harris
Storytime from Play School, 25p, from bookshops

Contributors

Unknown: Runaway Danny
Illustrated By: Celia Berridge
Leader: Fred Harris

: Closedown

: Open University

5.00 Lutheranism

5.25 The Minicomputer

5.50 Solids, Liquids and Gases

6.15 Car Body: 1

6.40 Foundation Maths: Vectors

7.05 Social Class

: Newsday

with Richard Kershaw. An interview with a man or woman behind the headlines follows the News Summary. Preceded by Weather
Associate producer JOHN SHEARER Producer CHRISTOPHER CAPRON

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Kershaw.
Producer: John Shearer
Producer: Christopher Capron

: Look, Stranger

Children of One Family
Stanley Wilson expected that if anything in Saffron Walden were named after him, it would be the public lavatory. A life-long rebel, he fought for political causes because he cared deeply about people.
When he was 50, Stanley married Kitty Edwards. His opponents hoped he would mellow -and they named an Old Folks' Home after him.
But the real Wilson monument is their own home for children in care, where they are bringing up the last of their unlimited family.
Executive producer JENNIFER JEREMY Director SANDRA WAINWRIGHT

Contributors

Unknown: Stanley Wilson
Unknown: Kitty Edwards.
Producer: Jennifer Jeremy
Director: Sandra Wainwright

: High Chaparral: Tornado Frances

The return of the popular Western film series

When Buck becomes the new owner of the saloon, he faces opposition in the town every bit as warlike as that of hostile Indians, only this time the enemies are - women.

Contributors

Big John: Leif Erickson
Buck: Cameron Mitchell
Billy Blue: Mark Slade
Victoria: Linda Cristal
Manolito: Henry Darrow
Frances: Kathryn Hays
Juan: Charles Robinson
Sam Butler: Don Collier

: Horizon

Happy Catastrophe
Are catastrophes avoidable? Are wars or even family rows inevitable? What do an inflation explosion and a moth's wing have in common?
With the help of Professor Christopher Zeeman , tonight's Horizon shows that surprisingly we have come much closer to being able to avoid catastrophes through a new discovery in mathematics -Catastrophe theory. This reveals that wars, family rows and even moths' wings all unfold in the same way. The theory describes the shape of all possible unfoldings and therefore of these and all other conflicts.
Narrator WILLIAM FRANKLYN
Film editor TED WALTER Editor PETER GOODCHILD Producer DENIS POSTLE

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Zeeman
Narrator: William Franklyn
Editor: Ted Walter
Editor: Peter Goodchild
Producer: Denis Postle

: Centre Play

Our Terry by KEITH DEWHURST
' Where's our Terry's saucer?' Hilda's innocent question sparks off a crisis for the whole family.
Script editor ALAN SEYMOUR Designer MOIRA TATE Producer ANNE HEAD Director JOHN BLACK

Contributors

Unknown: Keith Dewhurst
Editor: Alan Seymour
Designer: Moira Tate
Producer: Anne Head
Director: John Black
Hilda: Pat Heywood
Arnold: John Comer
Barbara: Hilary Lord
Malcolm: David Warwick

: Rufus Thomas

In Concert
A second chance to see Rufus ' Funky Chicken' Thomas in a rare appearance on British TV, recorded last summer
Producer JOHNNIE STEWART

Contributors

Producer: Johnnie Stewart

: News Extra

Presented by Angela Rippon Weather

Contributors

Presented By: Angela Rippon

: Closedown

HUGH BURDEN reads Miss Tippett by LEWIS D. LAWLESS

Contributors

Unknown: Lewis D. Lawless








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