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: Open University

6.40 Materials Under Stress

7.5 Giant Molecules

7.30 Hans Scharoun

: Closedown

: Nai Zindagi Naya Jeevan

A magazine for Asian viewers

: Play School

Story: The Fox and the Crow Presenters
FLOELLA BENJAMIN, STUART MCGUGAN

Contributors

Unknown: Stuart McGugan

: Closedown

: International Golf

The Penjold
PGA Championship from
Royal St George's GC, Sandwich
This 72-hole stroke-play event, one of the richest in Europe, offers British golfers an opportunity to win a share of £50,000 of prize money. Against our top golfers is a formidable array of overseas talent headed by TOM WATSON (us), GARY PLAYER (SA), ARNOLD PALMER (us), GENE LITTLER (us) and the irrepressible severiano BALLES-TERos (Spain).
Commentators HARRY CARPENTER
HENRY LONGHURST , PETER ALLISS
CLIVE CLARK and MARK MCCORMACK

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Watson
Unknown: Arnold Palmer
Commentators: Harry Carpenter
Unknown: Henry Longhurst
Unknown: Peter Alliss
Unknown: Clive Clark
Unknown: Mark McCormacK

: Open University

4.55 Engineering Mechanics

5.20 A View of Middlemarch

5.45 Educational Research Methods

6.10 Biscuits: 2

6.35 Leda and the Swan

: News on 2 Headlines

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

: The Education Debate

Standards and the Curriculum
Are standards in education falling? This hotly disputed question will remain unanswerable, says DENIS LAWTON , until we have a common curriculum and agree about what we're trying to do.
Producer ROGER OWEN

Contributors

Unknown: Denis Lawton
Producer: Roger Owen

: Newsday

Michael Charlton and Charles Wheeler present news and opinion on events and issues of the day with Richard Kershaw
Newsreader Angela Rippon
Editor JOHN TISDALL

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Charlton
Unknown: Charles Wheeler
Unknown: Richard Kershaw
Unknown: Newsreader Angela Rippon
Editor: John Tisdall

: In the Making: 10: Cook

A celebratory series of 13 programmes for Jubilee Year about craftsmen in Britain.
"You know - if you're the head of the kitchen, you've got a lot of responsibility and you expect the rest of your staff to work with you as a team... mind you I'm strict... I'm a bit of a devil..."
Antonia Schadler has been head chef at an hotel in Worcestershire for over 20 years. Her cooking has won the hotel a more or less constant place in the Good Food Guide and in tonight's film, she is seen on a fairly typical working day, making a lunch for 80 people.

Contributors

Subject: Antonia Schadler
Film editor: Paul Humfress
Film cameraman: Henry Farrar
Sound recordist: Bob Roberts
Sound recordist: Mike Turner
Series Producer: John Read
Producer: Nigel Williams

: Inside Medicine

Presented by Barbara Myers
Each week Inside Medicine examines the latest issues from the world of hospitals and doctors, diseases, cures, patients and policy.
Executive producer KARL SABBAGH Producer ROBIN BRIGHTWELL

Contributors

Presented By: Barbara Myers
Producer: Karl Sabbagh
Producer: Robin Brightwell

: M*A*S*H

Another episode from the film series re-creating the successful feature film starring and two young surgeons who work in a Mobile Army Surgical Hospital and are intensely dedicated-to off-duty relaxation.
Adam's Ribs

Contributors

Hawkeye: Alan Alda
Trapper John: Wayne Rogers

: The Poisoning of Charles Bravo

Second of three plays by KEN TAYLOR Marital Rights
Florence gives up Dr Gully and marries Charles Bravo but their relationship quickly becomes stormy. Four months later, in April 1876, Charles becomes violently ill.
Fascinating plays (daily mail) Producer MARK SHIVAS
Director JOHN GLENISTIER

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Bravo
Director: John Glenistier
Florence: Maureen O'Brien
Mrs Cox: Freda Dowie
Charles Bravo: Paul Darrow
Dr Gully: Robert Harris
Mrs Joseph Bravo: Margaretta Scott
Mr Joseph Bravo: Geoffrey Edwards
Mrs Campbell: Peggy Ann Wood
Griffiths: Milton Johns
Dr Johnson: Donald Bisset
Ann-Maria Bell: Clare Welch
Rowe: James Taylor
Pritchard: John Quarmby
Mr Brooks: Anthony Dawes
Mary Ann: Vivienne Moore
Stringer: Peter Thornton
Royes Bell: Keith Anderson
Mr Harrison: Peter Sugden
Dr Moore: Maurice Quick
Sir William Gull: Anthony Roye

: Arena: Cinema

Presented by Gavin Millar
From her early days as a Neopolitan sex-bomb, Sophia Loren has developed into one of the first ladies of the screen, world-renowned not only for her beauty but just as much for her abilities as an actress in films as varied as El Cid , Two Women, The Key, Boccaccio '70, and The Millionairess.
An interview with MISS LOREN on the opening of her latest picture The Cassandra Crossing.
Research ROSEMARY BOWEN-JONES Assistant producer JULIAN, JEBB Producer GAVIN MILLAR
(Kaleidoscope, Radio 4, Friday 9.30 pm, looks at The Cannes Film Festival)

Contributors

Presented By: Gavin Millar
Unknown: Sophia Loren
Unknown: El Cid
Unknown: Cassandra Crossing.
Producer: Gavin Millar

: Late News on 2

Weather

: Closedown

STEPHEN THORNE reads Scotland's Winter by EDWIN MUIR

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Thorne
Unknown: Edwin Muir








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