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: Open University

6.40 Fatigue

7.5 No Regards for William Therefore

7.30 Le Corbusier: Villa Savoye

: Closedown

: Cricket

Benson and Hedges Cup The Semi-finals
The opening overs from one of today's matches.

: Play School

: Closedown

: For Schools, Colleges

2.1 Watch: All Change!
2.18 Scan: Dinosaurus-rex?
Alive and well? -the dinosaur (BBC Cymru/Wales only: Hwnt ac Yma)

: Wimbledon 1977 and Cricket

The Lawn Tennis
Championships direct from the All England Club Further coverage
Cricket
Benson and Hedges Cup The Semi-finals
The closing overs from one of today's matches in this 55-over competition.

: News on 2

With the main points repeated at the end with sub-titles for the hard of hearing. Weather

: One More Time!

A series of six programmes of a non-stop sequence of familiar tunes sung by Paul Curtis , Kim Davis Jane Marlow , Elaine Paige
Mike Redway , Carolyn Smyth
Danny Street , Maynard Williams and (more often than not) THE FINE TOOTH COMBS
With QUICKSILVER
Choreographer NIGEL LYTHGOE
Musical director BILL SHEPHEU Lighting jimmy PUR,DIE Sound PETER ROSE
Designer IAN RAWNSLEY
Producer JOHNNIE STEWART

Contributors

Sung By: Paul Curtis
Sung By: Kim Davis
Sung By: Jane Marlow
Sung By: Elaine Paige
Unknown: Mike Redway
Unknown: Carolyn Smyth
Unknown: Danny Street
Unknown: Maynard Williams
Designer: Ian Rawnsley
Producer: Johnnie Stewart

: Princely Toys

One Man's Private Kingdom Narrated by GERALD HARPER
Jack Donovan has a houseful and a life-full of Princely Toys. Any one of them alone would be a marvel, a priceless and irreplaceable memory of that 19th century art which could accept nothing but the best - and could afford to pay for it. It's a fair promise to say that you'll be delighted, intrigued, baffled, amused, and maybe, just maybe, led back into that delicious dream-world which started with the first teddy bear.
The sugar plum of Christmas Eve was Ramsay Short 's Princely Toys. Starting at clockwork models from Victorian and Edwardian times, Short and cameraman John Else shared their faintly sinister charm as fixed of eye and jerky of gait acrobats defied gravity, monkeys smoked cigars, and sculptors chipped at papier mache masterpieces.
(DAILY MAIL)
Written by JEREMY HORNSBY
Music composed by PAUL SAMWELL-SMITH Photography JOHN ELSE
Producer RAMSAY SHORT

Contributors

Unknown: Gerald Harper
Unknown: Jack Donovan
Unknown: Ramsay Short
Unknown: John Else
Written By: Jeremy Hornsby
Composed By: Paul Samwell-Smith

: M*A*S*H

A film series re-creating the successful feature film, starring in A Full, Rich Day

Contributors

Hawkeye and: Alan Alda
Trapper John: Wayne Rogers

: Trinity Tales

by ALAN PLATER : six tall stories on the Road to Wembley. With
Story 3: The Judy's Tale f A girl called Judy, smiling fresh and fair,
Admired by men who wished that they'd been there,
They looked on her, some tenderly, some dirty,
The inches round her bust were six-and-thirty.'
Lyrics by ALEX GLASGOW and ALAN PLATER Music by ALEX GLASGOW
Arrangements and additional music by MICHAEL STEER
More ideas in one evening than most comic series in a season. (THE TIMES) Charmed almost out of our minds.
(THE TIMES)
Producer DAVID ROSE
Director MICHAEL SIMPSON
BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Plater
Unknown: Alex Glasgow
Unknown: Alan Plater
Music By: Alex Glasgow
Stan the Fryer: Bill Maynard
Eric the Prologue: Francis Matthews
Judy the Judy: Susan Littler
Nick the Driver: Colin Farrell
Dave the Joiner: Paul Copley
Smith the Man of Law: John Stratton
Alice the Wife of Batley: Gaye Brown
Reuben: Peter Benson

: Wimbledon 1977

Match of the Day
Highlights of the day's play at Wimbledon.
Introduced by HARRY CARPENTER

Contributors

Introduced By: Harry Carpenter

: Late News on 2

Weather

: Closedown

Georgine Anderson reads
We Are Going to See the Rabbit by ALAN BROWNJOHN

Contributors

Unknown: Georgine Anderson
Unknown: Alan Brownjohn








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