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: Open University

6.40 Guerrilla Warfare in Algeria

7.5 Time

7.30 Shrine of St Peter

: Closedown

: Conservative Party Conference

Live coverage of the second day

: Play School

: Conservative Party Conference

Further coverage from Brighton.

: Closedown

2.30 pm Live coverage of the afternoon session.

: Open University

5.0 School and Society

5.25 Elementary Maths - Systems I

5.50 Mechanics - Rutherford's Atom

6.15 Artists' Films

6.40 William Morris and Industrialisation

: Dressmaker

The last of ten programmes Finishing Touches
ANN LADBURY shows a fool-proof method of sewing a shirt collar and also meets six beginners-all shapes and sizes - who have made up the clothes shown in the series. Executive producer SHEILA INNES Producer JENNY ROGERS
Book (same title), £2.40, from bookshops

Contributors

Producer: Sheila Innes
Producer: Jenny Rogers

: Weather

: Newsday

Presented by Michael Charlton and Charles Wheeler with Robin Day at the Conservative Party Conference and Richard Kershaw
Newsreader Peter Woods

Contributors

Presented By: Michael Charlton
Presented By: Charles Wheeler
Presented By: Richard Kershaw
Unknown: Newsreader Peter Woods

: The Tribal Eye

Seven award-winning films in which David Attenborough relates masterpieces of the world's tribal art to the people and places that produced them.
3: Sweat of the Sun
It was gold, and the search for El Dorado that lured men to Mexico and South America early in the 16th century. The Aztecs made golden images of their terrifying gods, and fed them a daily sacrifice of human hearts. In Peru, the Inca nobility possessed so much gold that they used it to cover entire walls.
And yet the source of the El Dorado legend lay elsewhere, and in Colombia to this day a mysterious circular lake conceals a vast treasure in gold and emeralds, the offerings of an Indian tribe to their god - the Sun.
Film cameraman PHILIP BONHAM CARTER Film editor PAM BOSWORTH
Producer MICHAEL MACINTYRE
Book (same title), £7.00, to be published on 14 October

Contributors

Unknown: David Attenborough
Unknown: El Dorado
Unknown: El Dorado
Unknown: Philip Bonham Carter
Producer: Michael MacIntyre

: Playhouse: The Mind Beyond

Double Echo by BRIAN HAYLES starring with and Title music composed by JOSEPH HOROVITZ Lighting JOHN TREAYS
Film cameraman TONY PIERCE-ROBERTS Designer RICHARD HENRY Producer IRENE SHUBIK Director ALAN BRIDGES

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Hayles
Composed By: Joseph Horovitz
Designer: Richard Henry
Producer: Irene Shubik
Director: Alan Bridges
Dr Mallam: Jeremy Kemp
Dr Raeburn: Anthony Bate
Alison: Geraldine Cowper
Mr Fisher: Clifford Rose
Mrs Fisher: Diana Fairfax
Mrs Nevinson: Shirley Cain
Miss Gibson: Hazel Bainbridge

: Arena

A fortnightly look at the big screen at home and abroad: news, views and interviews presented by Gavin Millar
This week, a unique glimpse inside the dressing-rooms of Hollywood with Frank Westmore , whose family have for decades dominated the make-up departments of American cinema.
Producers DAVID CHESHIRE, GAVIN MILLAR

Contributors

Presented By: Gavin Millar
Unknown: Frank Westmore
Unknown: Gavin Millar

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

Based on the novels by Robert Graves
A second chance to see this BBC2 Serial in 12 parts

Contributors

Based on the novels by: Robert Graves

: Late News on 2

Weather

: Closedown

JOHN WESTBROOK reads
Hill Mist by JOHN CASSIDY

Contributors

Unknown: John Westbrook
Unknown: John Cassidy








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