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: Open University

6.40 Instrumentation: Numerical Control

7.5 Urban Education

7.30 Industrial Social Systems

: Closedown

: Play School

(Full details on BBCl at 4.0 pm)

: Closedown

: Open University

5.0 Pneumatic Circuits

5.25 Volcanoes

5.50 Statistics: Using Computers

6.15 Foundation Maths

6.40 Environment

: The Craft of the Potter

Five programmes in which leading potters show their techniques and share their ideas.
Presented by MICHAEL CASSON 4: Glaze and Fire
LYNNE REEVE shows how to make and modify glazes; WALTER KEELER explains some of the mysteriej of kilns and firing; with a look at some ancient Chinese pottery.
Producer DAVID HARGREAVES Director ANNA JACKSON

Contributors

Presented By: Michael Casson
Unknown: Lynne Reeve
Unknown: Walter Keeler
Producer: David Hargreaves
Director: Anna Jackson

: Weather

: Newsday

with Ludovic Kennedy Richard Kershaw and the News from Kenneth Kendall
Tonight's interview:
Rt Hon Shirley Williams , mp
' I really don't like feeling myself disliked. I hate the infighting in the party.' SHIRLEY WILLIAMS has made plain frequently that she doesn't enjoy all that politics have to offer. But she is a politician, nonetheless, and a successful one. The Cabinet changes have now given her two jobs: Secretary of State for Prices and Consumer Protection, and Paymaster General. Some who've watched her career see her as an eventual leader of the party.
Ludovic Kennedy talks to Mrs Williams about her work and her view of Socialism.
Producer JOHN REYNOLDS

Contributors

Unknown: Ludovic Kennedy
Unknown: Richard Kershaw
Unknown: Kenneth Kendall
Unknown: Shirley Williams
Unknown: Shirley Williams
Talks: Ludovic Kennedy
Unknown: Mrs Williams
Producer: John Reynolds

: The Waltons

Richard Thomas as John-Boy Michael Learned as Olivia Walton Ralph Waite as John Walton Will Geer as Grandpa Ellen Corby as Grandma The Song
Young Ben Walton falls in love with pretty Sally Ann Harper but his attempt to win her affection leads to a serious rift between Ben and his older brother Jason.

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Thomas
Unknown: John-Boy Michael Learned
Unknown: Olivia Walton
Unknown: Ralph Waite
Unknown: John Walton
Unknown: Will Geer
Unknown: Grandpa Ellen Corby
Unknown: Ben Walton
Unknown: Sally Ann Harper

: The Pallisers

based on the novels of ANTHONY TROLLOPE The BBC2 Serial
Written for television in 22 parts by SIMON RAVEN starring
Susan Hampshire , Philip Latham and Roland Culver as the Duke of Omnium
Against all advice, Alice has broken with John Grey and become engaged to her cousin George again. Glencora avoided Burgo at Christmas, pleading ill-health, but fears meeting him in London. Part 3
Producer MARTIN LISEMORE
Director HUGH DAVID

Contributors

Unknown: Simon Raven
Unknown: Susan Hampshire
Unknown: Philip Latham
Unknown: Roland Culver
Unknown: John Grey
Producer: Martin Lisemore
Director: Hugh David
Glencora: Susan Hampshire
Plantagenet: Philip Latham
Alice Vavasor: Caroline Mortimer
George Vavasor: Gary Watson
John Vavasor: John Glyn-Jones
Lady Monk: Helen Christie
Mr Bott: John Stratton
Countess of Midlothian: Fabia Drake
Marchioness of Auld Reekie: Sonia Dresdel
Burgo Fitzgerald: Barry Justice
Duke of St Bungay: Roger Livesey
Barrington Erle: Moray Watson
Dolly Longstaffe: Donald Pickering
Kate Vavasor: Karin MacCarthy
Mr Gogram: George Hagan
Collingwood: Maurice Quick
Duke of Omnium: Roland Culver
John Grey: Bernard Brown

: Horizon

Why Did Stuart Die ?
STUART FISHER , aged two months, died without warning on New Year's Day 1975. The child of loving parents, he was found dead in his cot. Why should a cherished, healthy child die so unexpectedly? Stuart is not unique, every day eight British babies die without any warning or explanation. In fact Britain now has one of the worst infant mortality rates in Western Europe, and these mysterious ' cot-deaths ' are the biggest single cause of deaths for the under-2s.
But medical research has now discovered clues which may help reduce this death-toll. Finland has drastically reduced its cot-deaths by concentrated health-care in the first few months of life.
Tonight's Horizon asks if we could do the same, and how long it will be before we can prevent the deaths of 3,000 babies who die like Stuart Fisher , without warning and without explanation? Narrator PAUL VAUGHAN
Film editor CHRISTOPHER WOOLLEY Editor PETER GOODCHILD
Written and produced by. CHRISTOPHER RILEY

Contributors

Unknown: Stuart Die
Unknown: Stuart Fisher
Unknown: Stuart Fisher
Narrator: Paul Vaughan
Editor: Christopher Woolley
Editor: Peter Goodchild
Produced By: Christopher Riley

: The Camera and the Song

The Songs of Valdy Newfoundland
The film is about the people who live at Woody Island, Newfoundland. In songs and pictures Valdy guides us through the working and social life of this fishing community amongst whom he lives.
Photography ROBERT FRESCO Director DAVID ACOMBA
Executive producer jim HANLEY
OECA production in assoc with the BBC

: Newsnight

Presented by Kenneth Kendall Weather

Contributors

Presented By: Kenneth Kendall

: Closedown

Cyril Cusack reads Softly the West Wind Blows from the Manuscript of St Augustine at Canterbury.
Translated by HELEN WADDELL

Contributors

Unknown: Cyril Cusack
Translated By: Helen Waddell








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