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: Open University

6.40 Computing

7.5 Grasses and Agriculture

7.30 Whatever will be

: Closedown

: Play School

Story: "The Little Old Woman Who Forgot Everything"
Written by Janet Beattie
Illustrated by Rita Rapp
Presenters this week
Delia Morgan Johnny Ball

Contributors

Story written by: Janet Beattie
Story illustrated by: Rita Rapp
Presenter: Delia Morgan
Presenter: Johnny Ball

: Closedown

: Open University

4.55 Microbiology

5.20 Partial Differential Equations

5.45 Molecular Evolution

6.10 Foundation Maths-Oscillations

6.35 Work Study at Hoover Ltd

: News on 2 Headlines

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

: Picture Making

A series of ten programmes 9 : Painting in Oils
Have you ever said to yourself I wish I could paint? IAN SIMPSON shows you bow to begin.
Director TERRY DOYLE
Producer VICTOR POOLE

Contributors

Director: Terry Doyle
Producer: Victor Poole

: Newsday

Michael Charlton and Charles Wheelef present news and opinions, with Richard Kershaw and David Sells Newsreader Richard Baker
Assistant editors PETER IBBOTSON and MIKE BROADBENT Editor TONY CRABB

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Charlton
Unknown: Charles Wheelef
Unknown: Richard Kershaw
Unknown: Richard Baker
Unknown: Mike Broadbent
Editor: Tony Crabb

: The Barry Humphries Show

starring
Dame Edna Everage with her special guest Katie Boyle and Raymond Baxter , Madeleine Orr Susan Engel , Raymond Farrell
Staged by NIGEL LYTHGOE With THE EDNA BOPPERS
THE MAGGIE STREDDER SINGERS Written by BARRY HUMPHRIES and IAN DAVIDSON
Musical director KEN JONES Lighting PETER SMEE Sound LARRY GOODSON
Designers ALLAN ANSON and DAVID SPODE
Producer ROGER RACE

Contributors

Unknown: Dame Edna Everage
Unknown: Katie Boyle
Unknown: Raymond Baxter
Unknown: Madeleine Orr
Unknown: Susan Engel
Unknown: Raymond Farrell
Written By: Barry Humphries
Written By: Ian Davidson
Designers: Allan Anson

: 1990: 3: Health Farm

by Edmund Ward
A series in eight episodes.
Britain under the heel of the PCD, the Department of Public Control, the instrument of an all-powerful bureaucracy.
Starring Edward Woodward, Barbara Kellermann and Robert Lang
with George Murcell, Tony Doyle
with guest star Ray Smith
'... no barbed-wire, no straitjackets, no padded cells. After all, this is 1990.'

Contributors

Writer: Edmund Ward
Series devised by: Wilfred Greatorex
Theme music: John Cameron
Graphics: Alan Jeapes
Sound: Alan Fogg
Designer: Robert Berk
Producer: Prudence Fitzgerald
Director: Kenneth Ives
Dr Gelbert: Donald Douglas
Jim Kyle: Edward Woodward
Herbert Skardon: Robert Lang
Delly Lomas: Barbara Kellermann
Dan Mellor: John Savident
Charles Wainwright: Ray Smith
Halloran: Howard Bell
Nichols: Michael Napier Brown
Greaves: George Murcell
Pearce: Mathias Kilroy
Agnes Culmore: Mitzi Rogers
Dave Brett: Tony Doyle
Faceless: Paul Hardwick
Ivor Griffith: John Rhys-Davies

: The Long Search

A 13-part worldwide series exploring Man's religious quest
Presented by Ronald Eyre 2: Protestant Spirit USA
' When I use the word " Protestant " I don't want to keep reminding myself that in the 16th century Martin Luther disagreed with the Pope. But it's a label and I've come to America with the idea that to the true Protestant all labels, all institutions, are suspect.'
Indianapolis is an 'average' American city. In its 1100 churches you can see a bewildering multiplicity of Protestantism.
We visit a huge Fundamentalist church preaching the literal truth of every word in the Bible; a Methodist Church, much involved in community projects, and grappling with the problems of doubt and certainty. And finally, a small poor over-crowded black Baptist church where the hymns swing and emotions run high.
Photography JOHN ELSE
Sound recordist MALCOLM WEBBERLET Film editor DAVID THOMAS
Associate producer JONATHAN STEDALL Producer PETER MONTAGNON Director MISCHA SCORER
(The Long Search Continues, Radio 3, Thursday. A book about the two series will be published shortly)

Contributors

Presented By: Ronald Eyre
Unknown: Martin Luther
Unknown: Malcolm Webberlet
Editor: David Thomas
Producer: Jonathan Stedall
Producer: Peter Montagnon
Director: Mischa Scorer

: Late News on 2

Weather

: Open Door

The programme in which the BBC hands over air-time to the public. Tonight
The Association of Self-Employed People presents
Is there a future for the self-employed?
' Have you imagined what life would be like when the jobbing builder, the little shop round the corner and the local garage are no longer there? The self-employed people who provide these services are threatened by the mania for regulating and licensing every aspect of business life. Our programme shows how small firms are the seed bed from which large businesses grow, and it offers some radical solutions to the problems facing them. Compulsive viewing for everyone who values freedom of choice.'
Made by the Association of Self-Employed People with the help of the BBC's Community Programme Unit

: Music at Night

To mark the Liszt Festival of London Terence Judd (piano) plays Gondoliera








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