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: Open University

6.40 Ethology

7.5 Rivers

7.30 The Earth's History

: Closedown,

: Nai Zindagi NayaJeevan

Sab Ras featuring UNNATI KSHIRA-SAGAR, LEO GROUP, PARVEZ CHOHAN, BILQEES KHANUM and IQBAL AHMED Produced and presented by SALEEM SHAHED
Director ASHOK RAMPAL (Birmingham)

Contributors

Unknown: Sab Ras
Unknown: Iqbal Ahmed
Presented By: Saleem Shahed
Director: Ashok Rampal

: Play School

Story: The Lost Keys told by JON GLOVER
Presenters JULIE STEVENS and CHRISTOPHER TRANCHELL

Contributors

Told By: Jon Glover
Presenters: Julie Stevens
Presenters: Christopher Tranchell

: Closedown .

: Open University

5.0 Curriculum Studies

5.25 Religions of the Roman Empire

5.50 Reading Development

6.15 Warsaw: Housing

6.40 Industrial Glasgow

: Closedown

: Newsday

with Richard Kershaw
Every weekday evening an interview with a man or woman behind the headlines follows the News Summary
Preceded by Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Kershaw

: A Taste of Britain: A Celtic Inheritance

The last of five programmes
Seaweed, cockles, unleavened bread and cawl are still eaten plentifully from Carmarthen to the Gower coast. They are the visible inheritance of a Celtic past - of an age stretching back to mythology.
The fiat bakestone - set on an open fire in the kitchen - was used to cook the pancakes, Welsh cakes and unleavened bread, but it is a thing of the past in all but one farmhouse.
Cockles - eaten with vinegar or in a pie - come mostly from Norfolk but for centuries the famous cocklers of Penclawdd have gathered them from the vast Llanridian sands. Seaweed - for laverbread and bacon - is now imported from Scotland but as long as anyone can remember families have picked it by hand on the seashore. Even before Roman times, people were catching Towy sewin from their frail coracles. Now there are only twelve remaining.
Introduced by Derek Cooper
(Manchester)
An article linked with this programme will be in the Listener dated 11 Sept.

Contributors

Presenter: Derek Cooper
Producer: Andrew Skell

: Passage West

Two films that tell the human story of the great migration from Britain across the Atlantic 100 years ago - in the words of newspapers, letters, songs of the times and from the memories of their descendants.
2: The Awakening
Off the Atlantic coast of Canada lies Prince Edward Island , once famous for its wooden ships. During the 19th century thousands of Irish, Scots and English landed on its timbered shores. Among them was a penniless emigrant from North Devon, James Yeo. Within 30 years he was a sterling millionaire, shipbuilder and store-keeper. He became King of the Island, ' the Driver of the Government.' Hard, ruthless and feared, he established a unique two-way trade in ships and people with his homeland.
The irresistible rise of James Yeo is a classic story of the liberating effects of emigration, but also a warning to us: there are some things you cannot run away from.
A co-production with the NATIONAL FILM BOARD OF CANADA Music by JOHN FAULKNER
Producer PHILIP DONNELLAN (Birmingham)

Contributors

Unknown: Prince Edward Island
Unknown: James Yeo.
Unknown: James Yeo
Music By: John Faulkner
Producer: Philip Donnellan

: The Accursed Kings

(Les Rois Maudits)
A second chance to see this series in six episodes starring Jean Piat
Helene Due , Genevieve Casile
Louis Seigner , Claude Giraud 5: The She-Wolf of France
Queen Isabella, disgusted by her husband's infatuation with Hugh Ie Despenser , leaves for France - to return with an army, defeat her husband in battle, and mercilessly take her revenge on him.
English commentary spoken by DAVID KING
Director CLAUDE BARMA An ORTF production

Contributors

Unknown: Jean Piat
Unknown: Helene Due
Unknown: Genevieve Casile
Unknown: Louis Seigner
Unknown: Claude Giraud
Unknown: Hugh Ie Despenser
Spoken By: David King
Director: Claude Barma
Robert of Artois: Jean Piat
Mahaut of Artois: Hélène Duc
Queen Isabella: Geneviève Casile
Spinello Tolomei: Louis Seigner
Roger Mortimer: Claude Giraud
Charles IV: Gilles Behat
Edward II :: Michel Beaune
Hugh Ie Despenser: Gilles Vidal

: Open Door Forum

Unheard Voices Tonight:
The Afro-Caribbean Group of Kentish Town Youth Club
In this week of special Open Door programmes, groups of people - whose attitudes and ideas are not commonly given direct expression in the media - are invited to put forward their views on the state of the nation ... or anything else they care to talk about.

: News Night

Presented by Angela Rippon Weather

Contributors

Presented By: Angela Rippon

: Closedown

BARRY FOSTER reads
The Hung Wu Vase by ROBERT GRAVES

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Foster
Unknown: Wu Vase
Unknown: Robert Graves








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