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: Open University

6.40 The Venetian Twins. 7.30 Cloister to Cloister?: 1.

: Closedown

: Play School

i For details see BBCl at 3.55 pm)

: Closedown

: Open University

4.55 Maths: Complex Integration 5.24 In the Deck. 5.45 J. S. Bach. 6.10 Reading Development. C.35 Mugging.

Contributors

Unknown: J. S. Bach.

: News on 2 Headlines

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

: The Engineers

For the next ten weeks professional engineers talk about their work and its relevance. Tonight we hear from JONATHAN MINNS , of the Brighton Engineerium; PETER FRAENKEL of the Intermediate Technology Development Group, and MIKE COOLEY , a radical-minded AUEW man.
Film editor PETER RINGSTED Producer MICHAEL CARROD

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Minns
Unknown: Peter Fraenkel
Unknown: Mike Cooley
Editor: Peter Ringsted
Producer: Michael Carrod

: Newsday

The news, the people, the issues in Britain and around the world presented by Michael Charlton and Richard Kershaw with David Sells
Newsreader Kenneth Kendall
Assistant editors
PETER IBBOTSON and GEORGE WALKER Editor DAVID WITHEROW

Contributors

Presented By: Michael Charlton
Presented By: Richard Kershaw
Unknown: David Sells
Unknown: Newsreader Kenneth Kendall
Unknown: George Walker
Editor: David Witherow

: Gardeners' World

from Clacks Farm with Peter Seabrook and Arthur Billitt Last autumn Arthur planted a trial area of British-grown tulips and daffodils. He and Peter assess the results, sow vegetables in the open ground and reveal their master plan for waging war on pests and diseases in soft fruit.
Produced by BARRIE EDGAR BBC Birmingham
Book, Down the Garden Path, £3.50, from bookshops

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Seabrook
Unknown: Arthur Billitt
Produced By: Barrie Edgar

: Living in the Past: 9: November

A reconstruction of life on an Ancient Britain farm.
The villagers celebrate the Celtic festival of Samhain, better known today as Bonfire Night. They burn a wicker man and enact a play with the spirits of darkness.
Film cameraman DAVID SAUNDERS Sound recordist Tom BROWN Film editor TOM POORE
Produced bv JOHN PERCIVAL BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: David Saunders

: Law and Order

by G. F. NEWMAN
Four films about the law: those who keep it, those who break it and those who live off it.
3: .4 Brief's Tale
Photography JOHN ELSE
Film recordist DOUG MAWSON Film editor DON FAIRSERVICE Designer AUSTEN SPRIGGS Producer TONY GARNETT Director LESLIE BLAIR

Contributors

Unknown: G. F. Newman
Unknown: Doug Mawson
Editor: Don Fairservice
Designer: Austen Spriggs
Producer: Tony Garnett
Director: Leslie Blair
Alex Gladwell: Ken Campbell
Jack Lynn: Peter Dean
Cathy Lynn: Deirdre Costello
DI Fred Pyall: Derek Martin
DS Eric Lethridge: Billy Cornelius
Judge Robert Quigley: Andre van Gyseghem
Horace MacMillan,QC: Michael Griffiths
Brian Harpenden-Smith, QC: Peter Welch
Michael Messick, Qc: Terence Bayler
Stanley Eaton, QC: Jeffrey Segal
John Tully: Barry Summerford
Benny Isaacs: Alan Davidson
Colin Coleman: Tony Barouch
Clifford Harding: Alan Ford
DC Simon Brent: Jason White
Frank Ryan: Frank Henson
Mr English: Martin Gordon
Margaret Lloyd: Jean Leppard
TDC Peter Footring: Peter Craze
Tommy Haines: Mike Cummings
MacMillan's junior: Anthony Allen
Gladwell's clerk: Stanley McGeagh
Clerks of the court: Eric Rainer
Clerks of the court: Ray Gatenby
Court usher: George Romanov
Jury forewoman: Marion Park
Derek Wisby: Laurence Harrington
DI Dave Mason: Terry Plummer
DCI Tony Simmons: Fred Haggerty
DI Frank Kenley: Eric Kent
PC in café: Eric French
DS Ted Collinson: Eric Mason
Magistrate: Brian Hawksley
Arthur Rawlings: Michael Haughey
Waiter: Gino Melvazzi
Warder in Old Bailey: James Charlton
Gladwell's secretary: Beryl Martin

: Men of Ideas

Creators of modern philosophy
A series of 15 programmes in which Bryan Magee talks to 15 leading philosophers about Western philosophy today.
14: Philosophy and Literature with Iris Murdoch , former Fellow of Philosophy, St Anne's College, Oxford.
IRIS MURDOCH, a novelist of international reputation, was for 15 ! years a tutor in philosophy at Oxford University. In this programme she discusses the difference between writing novels and writing philosophy, and looks in general at, the relationship between philosophy and literature.
Series prepared by BRYAN MAGER Director TONY TYLEY
Executive producer JANET HOENIG
(A shortened version of this discussion will be in THE LISTENER dated 27 April) See Letters page

Contributors

Talks: Bryan Magee
Unknown: Iris Murdoch
Unknown: Bryan Mager
Director: Tony Tyley
Producer: Janet Hoenig

: Late News on 2

Weather

: Snooker

The Embassy
World Professional
Snooker Championship
DAVID VINE introduces highlights from the fourth day's play from the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield.
JOHN SPENCER , the current champion and favourite again this year, completes his first-round match, as does the No 8 seed, GRAHAM MILES . Commentator TED LOWE

Contributors

Introduces: David Vine
Unknown: John Spencer
Unknown: Graham Miles
Commentator: Ted Lowe

: Closedown

JOHN RYE reads Tea in a Space Ship by JAMES KIRKUP

Contributors

Unknown: John Rye
Unknown: James Kirkup








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