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: Open University

6.40 The Arab/Israeli Dispute

7.5 Maths

7.30 Genes and Development

: Closedown

: Conservative Party Conference

Live coverage of the third day in Brighton. Reporting team:
Robin Day, David Dimb !eby and Robert McKenzie

Contributors

Unknown: David Dimb
Unknown: Robert McKenzie

: Play School

Story: The Fox and the Crow by AESOP

: Conservative Party Conference

Further coverage from Brighton.

: Closedown

2.30 Live coverage of this session.

: Open University

5.0 The Viking Mission

5.25 The School Broadcasting Council

5.50 Members of the Jury

6.15 Political Change

: Closedown

: Take Another Look

Beyond the Eye
We think we can see what's going on all around us - but specialist filming techniques reveal a very different world.
Narrator eric Thompson
Director BRIAN DAUBNEY
Producer PETER RIDING
7.29 Weather

Contributors

Narrator: Eric Thompson
Director: Brian Daubney
Producer: Peter Riding

: Newsday

Michael Charlton and Charles Wheeler present news and opinions, including tonight and every Thursday, UK Report from BBC news correspondents in Britain, with Robin Day at the Conservative Party Conference. Newsreader Kenneth Kendall
Editor JOHN TISDALL

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Charlton
Unknown: Charles Wheeler
Unknown: Robin Day
Unknown: Kenneth Kendall
Editor: John Tisdall

: Diary of a Village

One year in Heddington, Wiltshire. A documentary serial in eight parts. 3 : ... And a Stormy New Year
January comes in like a lion, and the old oak by the T-junction becomes unsafe. It has to be felled. But by a slight error it falls on the power cables and farmer Tyler has no electricity at milking time. There's a passionate row at the Village Hall over who should be caretaker. There's bad news on the selling of the Elizabethan flagon, which will raise enough at auction to save the church roof. The Chancellor of the Diocese has referred the matter to a Consistory Court. It means delays, and a greater risk that permission to sell may be withheld.
Narrator DAVID PRITCHARD
Film editor JOHN BARNES
Executive producer ROGER MILLS Producer MARK ANDERSON

Contributors

Editor: John Barnes
Producer: Mark Anderson

: The Book Programme

Introduced by Robert Robinson
In John Hillaby 's first book Journey through Britain he established himself as one of the best-selling travel writers, and in his new book, Journey through Love, he writes about some of his favourite walks in Britain, and about the most difficult ordeal of his life -the long American walk he took to help overcome the despair he suffered after the death of his wife Tilly. He talks of his love of walking and the people and places he has written about.
Also this week, a look at the work of Kingsley Amis - from the angry 50s of Lucky Jim to the strangely re-ordered contemporary world of his new novel The Alteration.
Director MARTIN L. BELL Producer PHILIP SPEIGHT
Executive producer WILL WYATT

Contributors

Introduced By: Robert Robinson
Unknown: John Hillaby
Director: Martin L. Bell
Producer: Philip Speight

Blog post that mentions this programme:

The Sunday Post: Alternative Histories 19 March 2017

: The Hollywood Musical: Kiss Me Kate

starring
Kathryn Grayson , Howard Keel with Ann Miller
Fourteen show-stopping songs by Cole Porter made Kiss Me Kate a Broadway hit for over two years.
Top-liner Fred Graham is to star in Cole Porter's new show - and he wants both his ex-wife and his girlfriend to play leading roles in the production. All is well until they discover that it is an updated version of The Taming of The Shrew and their suitability for the roles of Katherine and Bianca is all too obvious.
Based on the play bySAMUEL SPEWACK and BELLA SPEWACK
Music and lyrics by COLE PORTER
Director GEORGE SYDNEY. Films: puge 10

Contributors

Unknown: Kathryn Grayson
Unknown: Howard Keel
Unknown: Ann Miller
Songs By: Cole Porter
Unknown: Fred Graham
Play By: Samuel Spewack
Unknown: Bella Spewack
Unknown: Cole Porter
Director: George Sydney.
Lilli Vanessi, ' Katherine': Kathryn Grayson
Fred Graham, ' Petruchio ': Howard Keel
Lois Lane, 'Bianca': Ann Miller
Lippy: Keenan Wynn
' Gremio: Bobby Van
Bill Calhoun, ' Lucentio ': Tommy Rall
Slug: James Whitmore
' Baptista: Kurt Kasznar
'Hortensio ': Bob Fosse
Cole Porter: Ron Randell

: Late News on 2

Weather

: International Golf

The Piccadilly World Matchplay Championship
HARRY CARPENTER introduces highlights of the first day's play from the famous ' Burma Road ' course at Wentworth.
Commentators HENRY LONGHURST PETER ALLISS and MARK MCCORMACK
Producers RICHARD TILLING , PAUL LANG and JOHN PHILIPS
Editor A. P. WILKINSON
The BBC Book of Golf. £1.30, from bookshops

Contributors

Introduces: Harry Carpenter
Commentators: Henry Longhurst
Commentators: Peter Alliss
Commentators: Mark McCormacK
Producers: Richard Tilling
Producers: Paul Lang
Editor: A. P. Wilkinson

: Closedown

JOHN WESTBROOK reads I am a Cameraman by DOUGLAS DUNN

Contributors

Unknown: John Westbrook
Unknown: Douglas Dunn








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