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: Open University

6.40 Kontakte. 7.5 Gloriana. 7.30 Art as Performance.

: Closedown

: Liberal Party Assembly 1976

Live coverage of the third day in Llandudno.
Reporting team:
Robin Day and David Dimbleby

Contributors

Unknown: David Dimbleby

: Play School

Story: Rags and Patches written by MARGARET JOY Presenters :
CAROL CHELL , DEREK GRIFFITHS
Pianist JOHN GOULD
Designer ROGER CANN
Written and directed by MARTIN FISHER Producer ANNE GOBEY
Executive producer cynthia FELGATE

Contributors

Written By: Margaret Joy
Unknown: Carol Chell
Pianist: Derek Griffiths
Pianist: John Gould
Designer: Roger Cann
Directed By: Martin Fisher
Producer: Anne Gobey
Producer: Cynthia Felgate

: Liberal Party Assembly

Further coverage from Llandudno
(KEN GRIFFIN
PETER KENYATTA MARGARET DOUGLAS

Contributors

Unknown: Ken Griffin
Unknown: Peter Kenyatta
Editor: Margaret Douglas

: Closedown

2.0 pm Live coverage of the afternoon's debates.
Outside broadcast producer Producer Editor

: Open University

5.0 Origin of Species. 5.25 Maths Analysis - Sequences. 5.50 Transformer Core Materials. 6.15 Radio Isotope Techniques. 6.40 Architecture and Design.

: Animal Marvels

A series of programmes on some of the most extraordinary facets of the animal world. with Tony Soper 3: Flight
Flying is the most difficult technical achievement of animal life. Despite the problems, a host of skydivers, gliders and ace-aeronauts have gained the freedom of the skies. How do our own efforts at self-powered flight match up to those of birds?
Film editor RON MARTIN
Producer JOHN SPARKS. BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Soper
Editor: Ron Martin
Producer: John Sparks.

: Weather

: Newsday

Michael Charlton and Charles Wheeler present news and opinion on events and issues of the day.
With Richard Kershaw and newsreader Angela Rippon
Assistant editors
TONY CRABB , JOHN REYNOLDS Editor JOHN TISDALL

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Charlton
Unknown: Charles Wheeler
Unknown: Richard Kershaw
Unknown: Angela Rippon
Unknown: Tony Crabb
Unknown: John Reynolds
Editor: John Tisdall

: Settle the Score

The fifth of seven programmes
Ashton-on-Mersey Concert Band Bedales Wind Quintet
Itchen 6th Form College Chamber Orchestra with Lady Barbirolli, Wilfrid Mellers Presented by BERNARD KEEFFE
Sound PAUL BUSH
Lighting JOHN spicer
Designer STUART furber Producer DES SISSONS
Executive produeer CECIL KORER

Contributors

Presented By: Bernard Keeffe
Unknown: Cecil Korer

: Centre Play Showcase

A season of seven first plays by writers new to television.
7: City of Fear by ROBERT BUCKLER
After 15 years as the ' Roving Eye', it's rumoured Dennis Lowe is out of touch. A good mugging story would help, but when he talks to night-prowling teenagers, who will be the victim?
Script editor ALAN SEYMOUR DesignerJOHN HURST Producer ANNE HEAD
Director BRIAN PARKER

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Buckler
Unknown: Dennis Lowe
Editor: Alan Seymour
Designer: John Hurst
Producer: Anne Head
Director: Brian Parker
Dennis: Richard Davies
Sandra: Wendy Gifford
Craig: Ray Burdis
Brian , ,: Phil Daniels
Trevor: Perry Benson
Drunk: Peter Diamond

: Pot Black

BBC2 Snooker Championship
The 1976 Final for the Pot Black Trophy and £1,000. The Finalists:
John Spencer (Manchester) twice World Snooker Champion
Dennis Taylor (Blackburn) the losing 1975 Pot Black finalist.
Also the highest break prize, the Shot of the Series and Pot Black ' Special Award'. Presentations by Robin Scott
Introduced by ALAN WEEKS Referee SYDNEY LEE
Commentator TED LOWE Reporter JOHN PULMAN
Designer ROB HINDS
Director JIM DUMIGHAN Producer REG PERRIN BBC Birmingham
Book (same title), 65p, from bookshops

Contributors

Unknown: John Spencer
Unknown: Dennis Taylor
Introduced By: Alan Weeks
Commentator: Ted Lowe
Reporter: John Pulman
Designer: Rob Hinds
Director: Jim Dumighan
Producer: Reg Perrin

: Beethoven: The Late Quartets

This week's series presenting the whole cycle of late string quartets ends tonight with The AeoUan Quartet
EMANUEL HURWITZ (violin)
RAYMOND KEENLYSIDE (violin) MARGARET MAJOR (viola) DEREK SIMPSON (cello) playing Grosse Fuge , Op 133, originally intended as the last movement of the Quartet in B flat, Op 130 followed by Beethoven's last complete work String Quartet in F, Op 135
Director RODNEY GREENBERG
(The series was recorded at Heveningham Hall, Suffolk)

Contributors

Violin: Emanuel Hurwitz
Violin: Raymond Keenlyside
Unknown: Grosse Fuge
Director: Rodney Greenberg

: Five Red Herrings

by DOROTHY L. SAYERS. Dramatised in four parts by ANTHONY STEVEN : 4 In an elaborate reconstruction sequence Wimsey shows just how the crime was committed and the murderer confesses.
Producer BILL SELLARS
Director ROBERT TRONSON. BBC Scotland

Contributors

Unknown: Dorothy L. Sayers.
Unknown: Anthony Steven
Producer: Bill Sellars
Director: Robert Tronson.
Lord Peter Wimsey: Ian Carmichael
Bunter: Glyn Houston
Matthew Gowan: Russell Hunter
Hugh Farren: Donald Douglas
Sir Maxwell Jamieson: Robert James
Insp MacPherson: Michael Sheard
John Ferguson: David McKail
Henry Straehan: Roy Boutcher
Michael Waters: Clive Graham
Jock Graham: David Rintoul
Clarence Gordon: Phll McCall
Miss Selby: Jan Wilson
Miss Cochrane: Eileen MacAllum
Sgt Dalziel: Michael Elder
Minister: Brown Derby
Jeanie: Elizabeth Sinclair
Porter: Jimmy Martin

: Newsnight

Presented by Angela Rippon Weather

Contributors

Presented By: Angela Rippon

: Closedown

JOHN RYE reads Little Peace by ELIZABETH JENNINGS

Contributors

Unknown: Elizabeth Jennings








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