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: Play School

Today's story:
Apollo - The Golden Eagle Written and told by Richard Balharry Presenters
CAROL LEADER , CHRIS TRANCHELL

Contributors

Told By: Richard Balharry
Leader: Carol Leader
Leader: Chris Tranchell

: Closedown

: Racing from Haydock

BBC cameras bring you the first four races from this important two-day meeting as the flat season reaches its final stages.
1.15 Speke Selling Stakes (5f)
1.45 Blackburn Stakes (1m 40yds)
2.15 Claude Harrison Memorial
Trophy (5f)
2.45 Sanyo Nursery (6f)
Introduced by JULIAN WILSON
Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN
JIMMY LINDLEY and JOHN HANMER
Television presentation NICK HUNTER

Contributors

Unknown: Claude Harrison
Introduced By: Julian Wilson
Commentators: Peter O'Sullevan
Unknown: Jimmy Lindley

: Closedown

: News on 2 Headlines

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

: Roadworthy

Ten programmes about car maintenance for beginners With JUDITH JACKSON and RICHARD HUDSON-EVANS
3: Air and Petrol
It's all very well to have petrol in the tank, but how can you make sure it gets to the engine in the right quantities? What can you do if things go wrong?
Series producer PETER RIDING Producer CHARLES PASCOE

Contributors

Unknown: Judith Jackson
Producer: Charles Pascoe

: Newsday

Michael Charlton , Charles Wheeler with Richard Kershaw , David Sells Newsreader Peter Woods

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Charlton
Unknown: Charles Wheeler
Unknown: Richard Kershaw
Unknown: David Sells
Unknown: Newsreader Peter Woods

: Kilvert's Diary

Dramatised by JAMES ANDREW HALL
Villaging Kilvert tramps the parish, visiting old and young alike - a helpful man and a good listener.
Film cameraman DAVID JACKSON
Sound recordist DENNIS CARTWRIGHT Film editor bill WRIGHT Producer ROSEMARY HILL Director PETER HAMMOND

Contributors

Dramatised By: James Andrew Hall
Dramatised By: Villaging Kilvert
Unknown: David Jackson
Unknown: Dennis Cartwright
Producer: Rosemary Hill
Director: Peter Hammond
Francis Kilvert: Timothy Davies
Edward Evans: Charles Turner
Josiah Evans: Raymond Young
Mrs Josiah Evans: Rita Davies
Farmer: Denis Carey
Hannah Whitney: Rachel Thomas

: The Money Programme

Cavenham Ltd
... not exactly a household name. Yet every time a housewife does her shopping in France, Sweden, Spain or Britain she could well carry home a product made by SIR JAMES GOLDSMITH 'S company. In just over a decade he has made Cavenham Europe's third largest food firm. For the first time a team of journalists have been able to examine the growth of this food giant from the inside and in depth.
Deputy editor DAVID GRAHAM Editor PAUL ELLIS

Contributors

Unknown: Sir James Goldsmith
Editor: David Graham
Editor: Paul Ellis

: Jack Jones

One of the finest singers in the world returns to your screens tonight in the first of a series of four programmes. Each week Jack Jones will be joined by international guest artists.
Tonight's guests: Marvin Hamlisch brilliant composer of "A Chorus Line", "The Way We Were", "The Spy Who Loved Me", and Deniece Williams, currently in the top-selling record charts throughout the world.

Contributors

Star/singer: Jack Jones
Guest: Marvin Hamlisch
Guest: Deniece Williams
Orchestra conducted by: Harry Betts
Associate musical director: Arthur Greenslade
Choreographer: Nigel Lythgoe
Script by: Ian Davidson
Script by: Dick Vosburgh
Costume: Joyce Mortlock
Lighting: Dickie Higham
Sound: Larry Goodson
Designer: Tony Abbott
Producer: Stewart Morris

: Horizon

A Smile for the Crocodile
The crocodile is the world's largest living reptile and has a reputation for being the most dangerous. It is true certain species eat people, but now research is revealing the crocodile in a fresh light. It can slow its body functions to the point where the heart beats only four times a minute. It spends much time caring for its young, and recently the mother crocodile was observed to carry her young in her jaws.
Today, apart from the American alligator, all species of crocodile are in danger of extinction. If they are not shot for their hides, their habitat is destroyed for agricultural use. What are the chances of survival for this remarkable animal?
Narrator DUNCAN CARSE
Music composed by GEORGES deleruE Editor SIMON CAMPBELL-JONES
Producer CHRISTOPHER LA FONTAINE (Rpf)

Contributors

Narrator: Duncan Carse
Composed By: Georges Delerue
Editor: Simon Campbell-Jones
Producer: Christopher La Fontaine

: Anna Karenina

by LEO TOLSTOY Part 5

: Late News on 2

Weather

: The Book Programme

Introduced by Robert Robinson
The Public School Phenomenon is the title of a new book by JONATHAN GATHORNE-HARDY which examines education, snobbery, punishment and sex in British public schools.
The Book Programme looks at the world of the public school in and out of literature. '" We class schools into four grades: Leading School, First-rate School, Good School, and School. Frankly," said Mr Levy , " School is pretty bad. " '
Studio director TONY TYLEY Producer WILL WYATT

Contributors

Introduced By: Robert Robinson
Book By: Jonathan Gathorne-Hardy
Unknown: Mr Levy
Director: Tony Tyley
Producer: Will Wyatt

: Closedown

GWEN WATFORD reads
Homage to Jean Follain by GAEL TURNBULL

Contributors

Unknown: Gwen Watford
Unknown: Jean Follain
Unknown: Gael Turnbull








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