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: Open Uriversity

6.40 Fourier Analysis and Transducer Response7.5 Urban Education, 7.30 Telecomunications,

: Closedown

: Play School

: Closedown

: Open University

5.0 Practical Electronics. 5.25 Limestone Deposition. 5.50 Statistics. 6.15 Foundation Maths. 6.40 Composite Materials,

: Ancestral Voices

In a recorded programme David Munrow recreates the music and myth of early instruments with Alan Lumsden guests John Leach and Rudrani Balakrishnan
Written by DAVID munrow Producer VICTOR poole
Series devised and directed by PAUL KRIWACZEK


Unknown: David Munrow
Unknown: Alan Lumsden
Unknown: John Leach
Unknown: Rudrani Balakrishnan
Written By: David Munrow
Directed By: Paul Kriwaczek

: Weather

: Newsday

with Ludovic Kennedy
Richard Kershaw , Richard Baker


Unknown: Ludovic Kennedy
Unknown: Richard Kershaw
Unknown: Richard Baker

: The Musical Time Machine

Vince Hill and The Young Generation with their guests Mother's Pride Johnny Nash
Tammy Wynette


Unknown: Vince Hill
Unknown: Johnny Nash
Unknown: Tammy Wynette
Unknown: Nigel Lythgoe
Director: Brian Whitehouse
Producer: Stewart Morris

: 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 The Duke of Omnium is convalescing at Matching. Having helped Laura flee from Kennedy, Phineas turned to his own financial and political problems, but found himself unable to accept Marie's solution. Part 9
Producer MARTIN lisemore


Unknown: Simon Raven
Unknown: Susan Hampshire
Unknown: Philip Latham
Producer: Martin Lisemore
Directors: Ronald Wilson
Directors: Hugh David
the Duke of Omnium: Roland Culver
Glencora: Susan Hampshire
Plantagenet: Philip Latham
Lizzie Eustace: Sarah Badel
Andy Gowran: Leonard Maguire
Lord Fawn: Derek Jacobi
Duke of Omnium: Roland Culver
Frank Greystock: Martin Jarvis
Marie Goesler: Barbara Murray
Young Nurse: Margaret Burnett
Elderly Nurse: Olive Mercer
Mrs Carbuncle: Helen Lindsay
Rev Emilius: Anthony Ainley
Lord George: Terence Alexander
Patience Crabstick: Carolyn Jones
Sergeant Bunfit: James Cossins

: Horizon: What's Wrong with the Sun?

For over four-and-a-half thousand million years the sun has been pouring out heat and light on our planet. In just one second this vast sphere of boiling gas radiates more energy than Man has used since the beginning of civilisation; energy that comes from the 15-million degree nuclear furnace in the heart of the sun. Until recently the sun was thought to be well understood, but now scientists have begun to question some of the basic theories about how it works. New observations are beginning to throw doubt on the comforting view of our sun as a constant and well-ordered star, and to suggest that the sun, on which all life depends, is not behaving as it should.


Narrator: Paul Vaughan
Film Editor: Michael Rigg
Editor: Peter Goodchild
Writer/Producer: Graham Massey

: The Camera and the Song

The Songs of Buffy Sainte-Marie North American Child
'Right now, Indians can't survive in America physically, mentally, emotionally or artistically.'
' What kid wants to be told in school that his grandfather was a savage?
In this film, Canadian Cree Indian BUFFY SAINTE-MARIE states her case for the American Indian.
Photography HENRI FIKS Director DON THOMPSON
Executive producer JIM HANLEY
An OECA production in association with the BBC


Unknown: Buffy Sainte-Marie
Unknown: Buffy Sainte-Marie
Unknown: Henri Fiks
Director: Don Thompson
Producer: Jim Hanley

: Newsnight

Presented by Richard Baker Weather


Presented By: Richard Baker

: Closedown

Gwen Watford reads
Mrs Blow and her Animals by STEVIE SMITH


Unknown: Mrs Blow
Unknown: Stevie Smith

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