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: Open University

(6.40 Television and Politics - Britain il).
7.5 The Roaring Silence. 7.3t Biscuits (1).

: Closedown

: Play School

Story: A Surprise for the King by ANN REAY and MIKE ROSEN Presenters
Chloe Ashcroft , Stuart McGugan

Contributors

Unknown: Ann Reay
Unknown: Mike Rosen
Unknown: Chloe Ashcroft
Unknown: Stuart McGugan

: Closedown

: Open University

4.55 Quantum Theory and Atomic Structure. 5.20 Control: A School Experiment. 5.45 The Novel and TV (1). 6.10 Complex Human Ecosystems (2). 6.35 Pearl Harbour.

: News on 2 Headlines

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

: The Engineers

Ten films about the fascinations, the frustrations and the working environment of professional engineers.
2: Mike Neale
Consultant tribologist, steam-roller owner and cottage-restorer, he is this year's President of the Whitworth Society. His conference on flexible couplings attracted worldwide participation and a Brighton civic reception.
Research MARY SPRENT
Producer MICHAEL GARROD

Contributors

Unknown: Mike Neale
Producer: Michael Garrod

: Newsday

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

Contributors

Presented By: Michael Charlton
Presented By: Richard Kershaw
Unknown: Richard Baker
Unknown: George Walker
Editor: David Witherow

: Gardeners' World

from Clacks Farm with Arthur Billitt and Peter Seabrook In America, runner beans are grown as ornamental plants. Arthur and Peter take a hard look at one of our most popular vegetables-white or red or Dink flowered? Canes, nets or wigwams for support? And the perennial problems of pollination and pest control. They will also be looking at outdoor tomatoes and other summer crops.
Produced by BARRIE EDGAR BBC Birmingham

Contributors

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

: Living in the Past

A reconstruction of life on aa Ancient Britain farm.
A series of 12 programmes 10:December
The Iron Age village prepares for the winter. Lindsay and Peter return home with the children and the others regret their departure. The villagers experiment with metal working.
Film cameraman DAVID SAUNDERS Sound recordist TOM BROWN Film editor TOM POORE
Produced by JOHN PERCIVAL. BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: David Saunders
Unknown: Tom Brown
Produced By: John Percival.

: Law and Order

by G. F. NEWMAN
The last of four films about the law: those who keep it, those who break it and those who live off it. A Prisoner's Tale
Photography JOHN ELSE
Film recordist MALCOLM M WEBBERLEY Film editor DON FAIRSERVICE Designer AUSTEN SPRIGGS Produce/ TONY GARNETT Director LESLIE BLAIR

Contributors

Unknown: G. F. Newman
Editor: Don Fairservice
Designer: Austen Spriggs
Unknown: Tony Garnett
Director: Leslie Blair
Jack Lynn: Peter Dean
Cathy Lynn: Deirdre Costello
Governor Maudling: Edward Cast
Chief Officer Came: Roger Booth
Principal Officer McClean: Farrell Sheridan
Principal Officer Allen: Gil Sutherland
Dr Eynshaw: Harry Walker
Stephen Collins: P H Moriarty
Micky Dunkerton: Robert Bill
Bob Mark: Bruce White
Alan Thompson: Reginald Stewart
Brian Smith: Martyn Jacobs
Mervyn Latimer: Myles Reithermann
Baylis: Gilbert McIntyre
Brian Lang: Ronald Clarke
Simon Menzies: Terence Orr
PO Jordan: Lloyd McGuire
PO Dorman: Dave Atkins
PO Allison: Reg Turner
PO Cassidy: Bill Rourke
PO Westbury: Ronan Paterson
PO Powell: Graham Gough
PO Maitland: Alan Stanford
PO Evans: Tony Wilson
Sr Officer Walters: Laurence Foster
Alex Gladwell: Ken Campbell
Trevor Reid: Stanley McGeagh
Inspector Chatt (A10): Dominic Allan
Police Sergeant: Terry Yorke
Visiting committee: Stanley Illsley,
Visiting committee: Pauline Wynn
MP: Harry Landis

: Men of Ideas

The last of 15 programmes in which Bryan Magee talks to 15 leading philosophers about Western philosophy today.
Philosophy: The Social Context with Ernest Gellner , Professor of Philosophy in the Department of Sociology, London School of Economics.
In this final programme in the series ERNEST GELLNER and BRYAN MAGEE set contemporary philosophy against its social background and show how its central concerns have arisen out of deep-seated historical changes in the Western world. They end with a discussion of probable future developments.
Series prepared by BRYAN MAGEE Director TONY TYLET
Executive producer JANET HOENIG
(A shortened version of this dtscussiM will be in THE LISTENER dated 4 May)

Contributors

Talks: Bryan Magee
Unknown: Ernest Gellner
Unknown: Ernest Gellner
Unknown: Bryan Magee
Unknown: Bryan Magee
Director: Tony Tylet
Producer: Janet Hoenig

: Late News on 2

Weather

: Snooker

The Embassy World Professional Snooker Championship
The Final begins
\Ian Weeks introduces highlights of the llth day's play from the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield. Best of 49 frames, £7,500 to the winner - it all adds up to a tense struggle as the finalists begin their marathon match. Commentator TED LOWE








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