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: Open University

7.5 Brain Structure and Function

7.30 Maths: Lebesgue Integration

: Closedown

: Play School

: Closedown

: Other People's Children

A series of 19 programmes for childminders.
6: All in a Day's Work

: Closedown

: Propaganda with Facts

A series of six programmes
1: '... and, as far as possible, nothing but the truth '

: Interval

: The Living City

A series of 15 programmes 6: Labour's Love Lost

: Closedown

: Open University

5.20 A Woman's Work

6.10 Renaissance and Reformation

6.35 Science Foundation Course

: News on 2 Headlines

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

: Propaganda with Facts

A series of six programmes
6: Don't Tell 'em You've Come to Win the War
The official emphasis in the 1940s was on the common bonds between Britain and the =United States. How far did this reflect the truth?
Written by NICHOLAS PRONAT Produced by HOWARD smith

Contributors

Written By: Nicholas Pronat
Produced By: Howard Smith

: Newsday

presented by Michael Charlton and Richard Kershaw , David Sells Newsreader Richard Baker

Contributors

Presented By: Michael Charlton
Presented By: Richard Kershaw
Unknown: Richard Baker

: International Pro-Celebrity- Golf

The Marley Trophy
The Sportsmen v The Entertainers PETER ALLISS introduces the fifth match from the Queen's Course, Gleneagles Hotel, Scotland.
Winnie Wooldridge, Ian Chappell v Micheline and Sean Connery
The resident professionals are benign bystanders at this week's all-celebrity contest. Sean Connery feels that playing golf with one's wife is worse than teaching her to drive a car. Winnie Wooldridge , Britain's former Wightman Cup star, looked pretty sharp in practice, and her partner just hates to be beaten - could be quite a match.
TV presentation RICHARD TILLING FRED VINER and ALASTAIR SCOTT Producer A. r. WILKINSON

Contributors

Introduces: Peter Alliss
Unknown: Ian Chappell
Unknown: Sean Connery
Unknown: Sean Connery
Unknown: Winnie Wooldridge
Unknown: Richard Tilling
Unknown: Fred Viner
Unknown: Alastair Scott
Producer: A. R. Wilkinson

: Spike Milligan

in Q7 written by SPIKE MILLIGAN and NEIL SHAND With JOHN BLUTHAL , ALAN CLARE
JOHN D. COLLINS , ROBERT DORNING DAVID LODGE, NEIL SHAND KEITH SMITH , JULIA BRECK SHEILA STEAFEL , RITA WEBB
Zwei Freunde performed by SHEBA SOUND
Costume designer judy PEPPERDINS Make-up artist JENNY KINE Designer jim CLAY
Produced by IAN MACNAUGHTON

Contributors

Written By: Spike Milligan
Written By: Neil Shand
Unknown: John Bluthal
Unknown: Alan Clare
Unknown: John D. Collins
Unknown: Neil Shand
Unknown: Keith Smith
Unknown: Julia Breck
Unknown: Sheila Steafel
Unknown: Rita Webb
Unknown: Zwei Freunde
Designer: Judy Pepperdins
Artist: Jenny Kine
Produced By: Ian MacNaughton

: The Man Alive Report

Me Tarzan - You
Jane Boys and girls in our society are brought up differently - different clothes, different toys and, almost always, different attitudes to life. So, what's wrong with that? Dr Benjamin Spock , author of Baby and Child Care - a book second only to the Bible in world sales - says that this is sexism and is harmful to both boys and girls. Children should not be made the victims of ' gender conditioning ' which labels certain areas of life
MALE or FEMALE.
On film, Jeanne La Chard talks to children, their teachers and parents. In the studio, Michael Dean talks to parents and child experts, some of whom challenge Dr Spock's progressive views.
Producer COLIN hike Editor TIM SLESSOR

Contributors

Unknown: Jane Boys
Unknown: Dr Benjamin Spock
Talks: Jeanne La Chard
Talks: Michael Dean
Editor: Tim Slessor

: In the Looking Glass

The Centre of the Earth
The fifth of six musical adventures starring John Fortune , John Wells Madeline Smith and Carl Davis
Why can the Professor's neighbours no longer see out of their bedroom windows? How can a banana have so many skins? The answers are reflected in the looking glass. Guests Valentine Dyall Bob Hoskins and John Dair
Written by JOHN fortune and JOHN WELLS Music composed by CARL DAVIS Lyrics by JOHN wells Artwork by BOB GALE
Director ANDREW GOSLING Producer IAN keill

Contributors

Unknown: John Fortune
Unknown: John Wells
Unknown: Madeline Smith
Unknown: Carl Davis
Unknown: Valentine Dyall
Unknown: Bob Hoskins
Unknown: John Dair
Written By: John Fortune
Composed By: Carl Davis
Unknown: Bob Gale
Director: Andrew Gosling
Producer: Ian Keill

: Late News on 2

Weather

: The Old Grey Whistle Test

In the studio XTC and Radio Stars Introduced by Bob Harris
Director JOHN BURROWES
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON

Contributors

Introduced By: Bob Harris
Director: John Burrowes
Producer: Michael Appleton

: Music at Night

Williajn Bennett (flute) Clifford Benson (piano) play Romance, Op 34 No 1 by Widor

Contributors

Flute: Williajn Bennett
Piano: Clifford Benson








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