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: Open University

6.40 Blade Alloy and Process

7.5 Water Resources

7.30 The Other Tradition

: Closedown

: Nai Zindagi Naya Jeevan

Sab Ras - a programme of music and dance.

Contributors

Unknown: Sab Ras

: Closedown

: Play School

Story: Play is Great
Written by JEAN WATSON Photographs by JAMES MATTHEWS JOYCE Presenters
CAROL LEADER , LIONEL MORTON

Contributors

Written By: Jean Watson
Unknown: James Matthews Joyce
Presenters: Carol Leader
Leader: Lionel Morton

: Closedown

: Open University

4.55 Understanding Fluid Effects

5.20 Virginia Woolf

5.45 Educational Decision-making

6.10 Surrealism and Film

6.35 Industrial Glasgow

: News on 2 Headlines

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

: Mr Smith's Fruit Garden

A series of five programmes on how to grow your own fruit presented by Geoffrey Smith
1: Apples and Pears
In this programme GEOFFREY SMITH offers practical advice on the planting and pruning of apples and pears as well as following their annual cycle from blossom time to harvest.
Series producer PETER RIDING Producer BRIAN DAVIES
Boofc (same title), 60p, from bookshops

Contributors

Presented By: Geoffrey Smith
Unknown: Geoffrey Smith
Producer: Brian Davies

: News on 2

Weather

: Tammy

Nashville's top lady of country music Tammy Wynette sings the songs that made her famous to an audience at The Maltings. Tonight's guests
Irish country man Johnny McEvoy and guitarist Richard Harding
Musical backing by THE TENNESSEE GENTLEMEN and THE BILL CLARKE 5
Director RICK GARDNER Producer DOUGLAS HESPE

Contributors

Music: Tammy Wynette
Unknown: Johnny McEvoy
Guitarist: Richard Harding
Director: Rick Gardner
Producer: Douglas Hespe

: Brass Tacks

.gets to the heart of an issue with Brian Trueman Story reporters
MIKE DORNAN and ERIC ROBSON live from the Manchester studio
As usual, you can register your views on tonight's topic by telephoning [number removed]while the programme is televised. Our production team will examine the views you express; and maybe it will be your opinion that influences the way the studio debate develops.
Producers HELEN JENKINS , BRIAN JAMM Dapuity editor BRIAN GIBSON Editor DAVID FILKIN BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Trueman
Reporters: Mike Dornan
Reporters: Eric Robson
Producers: Helen Jenkins
Producers: Brian Jamm
Editor: Brian Gibson

: The German Lesson

The two-part television version of the novel by SIEGFRIED LENZ Part 2
The German sense of duty is rigorously applied by Jens, the policeman of a village on the North Sea coast. Although Germany is losing the war, Jens plods on regardless, in this case persecuting his old schoolmate, Max Nansen , whom the Nazis have banned from painting, owing to his alleged ' decadence Jens has more personal problems as his elder son, Claas, has deserted from the German Army after a self. inflicted wound. He has been sheltered by the painter Max, but when he is wounded by a freak aerial strafing in the peat bogs outside the village, Jens has no recourse but to turn him over to the authorities. The story is seen in flashback through the eyes of the youngest son, Siggi, an inmate of a juvenile detention centre in post-war Germany.
Director PETER BEAUVAIS
Dubbing director MICHAEL BAKEWELL

Contributors

Novel By: Siegfried Lenz
Unknown: Max Nansen
Director: Peter Beauvais
Director: Michael Bakewell
Max Nansen, painter: Wolfgang Buttner
Ditte Nansen, his wife: Edda Seippel
Dr Theo Busbuk, Max's friend: Erland Eriandsen
Jutta, house companion: Petra Redinger
Jens Jepsen, police sergeant: Arno Assmann
Gudrun, his wife: Irmgard Först
Siggi, his son (10 years old): Andreas Poliza
Siggi, his son (19 years old): Jens Weisser
Hilde, his daughter: Joeka Paris
Claas, his elder son: Jorg Marquard

: Arena: Edinburgh Festival

This year's Edinburgh International Festival covers an extraordinary range of the arts -from Grand Opera, with PLACIDO DOMINGO and TERESA BERGANZA in a new production of Carmen, to the profusion of experimental shows on the Fringe, which this year is mounting no fewer than 140 premieres. Meanwhile, the International Film Festival, the Television Festival and the art galleries also contribute to an artistic event that is still unmatched in the world.
Production team
ROSEMARY BOWEN-JONES , ROSEMARY WILTON ANNE LEE , SHEILA CASSTLES Director ROBIN LOUGH
Producer DAVID CHESHIRE

Contributors

Unknown: Placido Domingo
Unknown: Teresa Berganza
Unknown: Rosemary Bowen-Jones
Unknown: Rosemary Wilton
Unknown: Anne Lee
Unknown: Sheila Casstles
Director: Robin Lough
Producer: David Cheshire

: Late News on 2

Weather

: Closedown

DAVID MARKHAM reads Semi-detached by ROBERT GRAVES

Contributors

Unknown: David Markham
Unknown: Robert Graves








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