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: Open University

6.40 Computing

7.5 Woodland Decomposers

7.30 Art and Environment

: Closedown

: Play School

Story: The New Toy
Written by ELIZABETH MACDONALD Presenters this week
Floella Benjamin , Fred Harris

Contributors

Written By: Elizabeth MacDonald
Unknown: Floella Benjamin
Unknown: Fred Harris

: Closedown

: The World Table Tennis Championships

From the,National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham
The third day's play in the Swaythling Cup and the Corbillon Cup-the World Team events.
Commentators TONY GUBBA
PETER WALKER and ALAN RANSOME
Television presentation by BOB DUNCAN and JOHN SHREWSBURY Editor PAUL LANG

Contributors

Commentators: Tony Gubba
Unknown: Peter Walker
Unknown: Alan Ransome
Presentation By: Bob Duncan
Presentation By: John Shrewsbury
Editor: Paul Lang

: Open University

4.55 Chemistry of Carbon Compounds

5.45 Catch Your Mutant

6.10 Foundation Maths

6.35 Technology - Mechanics

: News on 2 Headlines

with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2

: Closedown

: Newsday

Michael Charlton and Charles Wheeler present news and opinion
Newsreader Richard Whitmore
Editor JOHN TISDALL

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Charlton
Unknown: Charles Wheeler
Unknown: Richard Whitmore
Editor: John Tisdall

: Diary of a Village

One year in Heddington, Wiltshire. A documentary serial in seven parts. 6:This Little Flagon Went to Market
At last the flagon comes up for auction, and the future of the church roof will be decided. The TB carriers are traced - badgers. The Ministry gassing team arrives to eliminate them. The village copes with the drought, thanks to the natural springs underneath the chalk hills. The parish council meets again to discuss the problem of cow pats. Someone has suggested that perhaps the cows should wear nappies.
Directed and narrated by DAVID PRITCHARD
Film editor JOHN BARNES
Producer MARK ANDERSON

Contributors

Unknown: David Pritchard
Editor: John Barnes

: Leo Sayer Sings

Currently at the top of the hit parades in both this country and America, tonight Leo Sayer sings many of his own hits, including ' You Make Me Feel Like Dancing ', ' One Man Band ', 'Moonlighting ', ' The Show Must Go On ' and ' When I Need You '. With ALYN AINSWORTH
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
DOUGIE SQUIRES DANCERS
Choreography dougie SQUIRES
Lighting DICKIE HIGHAM. Sound LEN SHOREY Designer PETER BRACHACKI Producer MICHAEL HURLL

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Sayer
Unknown: Dickie Higham.
Designer: Peter Brachacki
Producer: Michael Hurll

Blog post that mentions this programme:

Pop TV - From Hit Parade to Later... 15 February 2017

: The Lady of the Camellias

by ALEXANDRE DUMAS FILS
Adapted in two parts; and translated by EDMOND GOSSE starring
Part 2
Marguerite, the courtesan, has made the mistake of falling in love. Insanely jealous of her past life, Armand begs her to run away with him. But the path of love is strewn with pain.
Cast in order of appearance
Music by CARL DAVIS
Producer richard BEYNON
DirectorROBERT KNIGHTS

Contributors

Unknown: Alexandre Dumas
Unknown: Edmond Gosse
Music By: Carl Davis
Producer: Richard Beynon
Director: Robert Knights
Marguerite: Kate Nelligan
Armand: Peter Firth
Monsieur Duval: Alfred Burke
Alexandre Dumas Fils: Garrick Hagon
Joseph: John Grillo
Prudence: Gillian Martell
Gaston: James Hazeldine
Nanine: Susan Richards
Lunch guests: Sheila Beckett
Lunch guests: Roy Desmond
Lunch guests: Nicola Hamilton
Lunch guests: Andrew Lane
Lunch guests: Neville Phillips
Comte de Nef: Brian Tully
Olympe: Deborah Fallender
Croupier: John Slavid
Priest: Geoffrey Staines

: The Age of Uncertainty

A 13-part personal view by John Kenneth Galbraith of the rise and crisis of Industrial Society
12: Democracy, Leadership, Commttment
' It is my firm view that it is far easier to understand the problems of modern society than to confront them. It's much easier to know what needs doing than to win the commitment to doing it.'
In this most personal programme of the series, PROFESSOR GALBRAITH sets out on a physical and figurative journey to recapture his experience of democracy.
Film cameraman ELMER cossey Film editor JIM LATHAM
Producer ADRIAN MALONE
Book (same title), £7.25, from bookshops

Contributors

Unknown: Elmer Cossey
Editor: Jim Latham
Producer: Adrian Malone

: The World Table Tennis Championships

From the National
Exhibition Centre, Birmingham.
Highlights of tonight's play in the World Team
Championships feature the World Champion, ISTVAN JONYER of Hungary. This is his first team clash with the Chinese and Jonyer will be able to assess the challenge to his individual title.

Contributors

Unknown: Istvan Jonyer

: Late News on 2

Weather

: Open Door

The programme in which the BBC hands over air-time to the public. Tonight's programme is presented by The National Marriage Guidance Council
' Marriage guidance is a household name, but how does it work? Tonight, ex-clients and counsellors get together to talk about marriage guidance counselling.'
Made by the National Marriage Guidance Council with the help of the BBC's Community Programme Unit.








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