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: Open University

6.40 A Case of Common Ownership

7.5 Historical Data

7.30 Upper Clyde Shipbuilders

: Closedown

: Play School

Today's story
Sam's Anorak Pocket by BARBARA WILLIAMS Presenters this week Chloe Ashcroft, Fred Harris
Pianist MICHAEL OMER
Designer shelagh LAWSON
Graphics GI.ENN carwiphev Scriptwriter IRENE COCKROFT Director ALBERT BARBER Producer ANNE GOBEY Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
Book, More Stories from Play School, 35p, from bookshops. The Tale of a Donkev's Tail and Other Stories from Play School. record (No 232) £1.79, or cassette (No 045) £1 .95, from record shops

Contributors

Unknown: Barbara Williams
Unknown: Chloe Ashcroft
Pianist: Fred Harris
Pianist: Michael Omer
Designer: Shelagh Lawson
Scriptwriter: Irene Cockrok
Director: Albert Barber
Producer: Anne Gobey
Producer: Cynthia Felgate

: Open University

5.25 Glaciation

5.50 Minicomputers for British Rail

6.15 Foundation Maths - Complex Mappings

6.40 The Man-made World

: Carry On Learning

Last of five programmes Into Action
How do people manage to study at home? PAUL BONYTHON is a shop steward doing a trade union postal course; he and his wife, CAROL. describe how they found a time, a place - and a motive - to study. Presented by BOB HOULTON
Director SUZANNE DAVIES
Producer TONY MATTHEWS
Boole (same title), 85p from booUslmpg

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Bonython
Presented By: Bob Houlton
Director: Suzanne Davies
Producer: Tony Matthews

: Weather

: Newsday

Michael Charlton and Charles Wheeler present news and opinion on events and issues of the day, including tonight and every Monday, Foreign Report from BBC news correspondents round the world. Newsreader Peter Woods
Editor JOHN TISDALL

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Charlton
Unknown: Charles Wheeler
Unknown: Peter Woods
Editor: John Tisdall

: The Morecambe and Wise Show

starring Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise
Written by EDDIE BRADEN
Eric and Ernie's guests Michele Dotrice, Frankie Vaughan, Patrick Moore
with TAMMY JONES
Orchestra directed by Peter Knight
Designer VICTOR Meredith Producer ERNEST MAXIN

Contributors

Unknown: Eric Morecambe
Written By: Eddie Braden
Unknown: Michele Dotrice
Unknown: Frankie Vaughan
Unknown: Patrick Moore
Directed By: Petfr KmcIit
Designer: Victor Meredith
Producer: Ernest Maxin

: I, Claudius: Part 3: What Shall We Do About Claudius?

Based on the novels by Robert Graves
The BBC2 Serial in 12 parts
Written by Jack Pulman
Livia engineered the downfall of Julia who was banished. Tiberius has been recalled to Rome and is joint heir with Postumus. Claudius has found a friend in Herod.
Repeated on Wednesday at 10.25pm

Contributors

Writer: Jack Pulman
Based on the novels by: Robert Graves
Programme adviser: Robert Erskine
Title music: Wilfred Josephs
Costume: Barbara Kronig
Script editor: Betty Willingale
Designer: Tim Harvey
Producer: Martin Lisemore
Director: Herbert Wise
Claudius: Derek Jacobs
Horace: Norman Shelley
Augustus, Emperor of Rome: Brian Blessed
Livia, Augustus's wife: Sian Phillips
Postumus, Julia's son: John Castle
Postumus's wife: Vivian Clifford
Tiberius, Livia's son: George Baker
Agrippina, Germanicus's wife: Fiona Walker
Germanicus, Claudius's brother: David Robb
Antonia, Claudius's mother: Margaret Tyzack
Livilla, Castor's wife: Patricia Quinn
Praxis: Alan Thompson
Courier: Guy Slater
Livy: Denis Carey
Pollio: Donald Eccles
Librarian: John Truscott
Herod: James Faulkner
Castor, Livilla's husband: Kevin McNally
Claudius's bride: Jennifer Croxton

: Yesterday's Witness in America

Four films that take an unfamiliar look at the United States.
Narrated bv James Cameron 2: The Great Sit-Down
' The winning of this strike was the most important event in American labor history.'
The story of the famous sit-down at the General Motors plants at Flint, Michigan, early in 1937, is told by some of the people who took part.
They sat down in protest against their intolerable working conditions. They sat down to demand union recognition. And despite the vast network of company spies and informers, the strikers, by brilliant strategy and with the help of the unique Women's Emergency Brigade, managed to 'whip the mightiest industrial corporation in the world to its knees.' The young union-the United Automobile Workers - forced General Motors to grant it recognition and within a generation was to proclaim itself the most powerful in the world.
Photography ray iienman Film editor i.es Newman Producer STEPHEN PEET
Preview: page 19

Contributors

Unknown: James Cameron
Producer: Stephen Peet

: One More Time!

Sing along with us in a song-a-minute sequence of familiar tunes
Sung by John Christie, Paul Curtis, Kim Davis, Jane Marlow, Elaine Paige, Mike Redway, Carolyn Smyth, Danny Street and (sometimes) The Fine Tooth Combs with Take Four
Choreography Nigel Lythgoe
Musical director BILL shepherd
Lighting Geoff SHAW
Sound PETER ROSE, KEN GREGORY
Designer JOHN COLEMAN
Producer JOHNNIE STEWART

Contributors

Sung By: John Christie
Sung By: Paul Curtis
Sung By: Kim Davis
Sung By: Jane Marlow
Unknown: Klaine Paige
Unknown: Mike Redway
Unknown: Carolyn Smyth
Unknown: Danny Street
Unknown: Ken Gregory
Designer: John Coleman
Producer: Johnnie Stewart

: Late News on 2

Weather

: Closedown

John Westbrook reads Leaving a Room by ELIZABETH JENNINGS

Contributors

Unknown: John Westbrook
Unknown: Elizabeth Jennings








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