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: Open University

6.40 Television and Politics - America

7.5 The Avatar: Concept and Example

7.30 Psychology

: Closedown

: PtaySchoot

Story: Mr Backer 's Awoztttg MarchtHg Band by PETER SEYMOUR IHustrated by ROSOLYN SCHANZER Presenters
Carol Leader. Brian Cant


Unknown: Mr Backer
Unknown: Peter Seymour

: Closedown

: Open University

4.55 North Sea Oil

5.20 Handicapped in the Community

5.45 Childhood in Victorian Literature

6.10 Complex Human Ecosystems

6.35 Analysing Social Interaction

: News on 2 HeadHnes

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

: Choices for Tomorrow

Three persona! views on the environment.
Wood!and or Waste!<!Kd? by MICHAEL PYE
' Every time I write an artic!e. the paper publishes one-and-a-half miHion copies of it-and that means 4,000 trees die.'
A journalist examines an important resource and questions the value of present forestry pohcy. But what are the alternatives?
Series producer MICHAEL GARpoc


Unknown: Michael Pye
Producer: Michael Garpoc

: Newsday

Presented by Michael Charlton and Richard Kershaw with David Sells


Presenter: Michael Charlton
Presenter: Richard Kershaw
Reporter: David Sells
Newsreader: Richard Whitmore

: Gardeners'Work!

from Knightshayes Court. Devon.
In this second visit to Knightshaves Court. Peter Seabrooh iooks at the woodtand p!antings of nowering shrubs and bulbs growing beneath the dappled shade of stately forest trees.
Produced by BARRtE FDGAt ) BBC Birmingham


Unknown: Peter Seabrooh
Produced By: Barrte Fdgat

: Living in the Past: 8: October

A reconstruction of life on an Ancient Britain farm.
The village has a disastrous crop failure. They train cattle, make clothes and shoes and deal with minor cuts and injuries.
BBC Bristol.
See Letters page


Film Cameraman: Dave Saunders
Sound recordist: Tom Brown
Film Editor: Tom Poore
Producer: John Percival.

: Law and Order: 2: A Villain's Tale

by G.F. Newman
Four films about the law: those who keep it, those who break it and those who live off it.


Writer: G.F. Newman
Photography: John Else
Film Recordist: John Murphy
Film Editor: Don Fairservice
Designer: Austen Spriggs
Producer: Tony Garnett
Director: Leslie Blair
Jack Lynn: Peter Dean
DI Fred Pyall: Derek Martin
Cathy Lynn: Deirdre Costello
Clifford Harding: Alan Ford
Micky Fielder: Roy Sone
DS Eric Lethridge: Billy Cornelius
Bobby Shaw: Steve Ismay
John Tully: Barry Summerford
Benny Isaacs: Alan Davidson
Colin Coleman: Tony Barouch
Philip Hayes: Alf Coster
Del Rogers: John Bardon
Tommy Haines: Mike Cummings
DCI Tony Simmons: Fred Haggerty
DI Graham McHale: Mike Horsburgh
DS Jack Barcy: Douglas Sheldon
DC Warren Salter: Robert Oates
DC Roger Humphries: Colin Howells
DC Peter Fenton: Geoffrey Todd
DC Ray Jenkins: Alan (Nobby) Clarke
DC Matthew Hall: Johnny Feltwell
DI Frank Kenley: Eric Kent
DC Simon Brent: Jason White
TDC Peter Footring: Peter Craze
Mr English: Martin Gordon
Security guard: Frank Henson
Security guard: John Blackburn
Andy: Jack Chissick
Alan: Barney Carroll
Trevor Foley: Bob Sutherland
Mrs Coleman: Pat Curtis
Bank manager: Franklyn Whiteley
Milkman: Reg Thomason
Identity Parade Inspector: Jason James
Magistrate: Philip Lennard
Lynn's solicitor: Bruce Wyllie

: TopTabte

The final of this international table tennis tournament for the Norwich Union Trophy.
Dragutin Surbek. ranked No 5 in the world, plays MUan Orlowski, ranked No 8. Each knows the other's game extremely well. idea! ingredients for long dramatic rallies.
Introduced by PETER WALKER Commentators


Introduced By: Peter Walker

: Men of ideas

Creators of modem philosophy
A series of 15 programmes in which Bryan Magee talks to 15 leading philosophers about Western philosophy today.
13:Philosophy and Politics with Ronald Dworkin
Professor of Jurisprudence, Oxford. The explosive social issues of the 1960s - the Vietnam war, black power, women's liberation, student rights, sexual permissiveness - competled us to rethink some of our fundamental political ideas. RONALD DWORKIN discusses the impact of this on political philosophy in the universities.
Series prepared by BRYAN MAGEE Director TONY FYLEY
Executive producer JANET HOENtG
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<A .shortened 'frston o/ thts discussion mit npppar jn THE LISTENER dated M Aprti)


Talks: Bryan Magee
Unknown: Ronald Dworkin
Unknown: Bryan Magee
Director: Tony Fyley
Producer: Janet Hoentg

: Late News on 2


: Closedown

The Strong are Saying Nothfttg by ROBERT FROST


Unknown: Jill Balcon
Unknown: Robert Frost

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