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: Open University

6.40 Functions of Random Variables. 7.5 Respiratory Mechanisms. 7.M The Simplex Method.

: Closedown

: On Union Business

Skills for trade unionists
Getting Organised

: Interval

: Play School

: Other People's Children: Are You Sitting Comfortably?

Books for children are as important as toys - and they're free from the local library.

: Closedown

: Racing from Chester

The first day of this popular three-day event.
2.15 The Lily Agnes Stakes (5f)
2.45 The Ladbroke Chester H'cap (lm 2f 85yds)

: Interval

: Having a Baby

A Parents and Children series of 16 programmes. Part 12

: The Living City

A 15-part sociology series 14: Social Deviance
With PROFESSOR LAURIE TAYLOR

Contributors

Unknown: Professor Laurie Taylor

: Closedown

: Open University

4.55 Cloister to Cloister? (2). 5.20 Innovation and Farmers Decisions. 5.45 Social Work In Schools. 6.10* Goethe,
4.15 Chemical Reactions (1).

: News on 2 Headlines

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

: A Woman's Place?

The second of eight programmes ZELAH CLARKE and ALUN LEWIS in Glenys by ELAINE MORGAN
! You could always say no! ' Not all girls know it all; and Glenys has mixed feelings about finding out
Producer BRIGIT BARRY

Contributors

Unknown: Alun Lewis
Unknown: Elaine Morgan
Producer: Brigit Barry
Glenys: Zelah Clarke
Alan: Alun Lewis
Mrs Evans: Christine Pollon
Dr Davies: David Garfield
Sarah: Margaret John

: Newsday

Presented by Michael Charlton and Richard Kershaw with David Sells Newsreader Richard Baker

Contributors

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

: Chronicle

The Lost Ship of Kyrenia
In 1965 Andreas Cariolou , a diver from the ancient port of Kyrenia in Cyprus, located, by chance, a huge pile of amphoras lying on the sea-bed. These ancient wine jars were obviously the cargo of a long-lost merchant ship which had unaccountably come to grief at the end of a trading voyage round the shores of the Hellenic world. Andreas kept his precious information to himself until it could be placed in the right hands -the hands of Professor Michael Katzev , the eminent American marine archaeologist. After eight years of meticulous work by specialists from 12 countries the spectacular result of this chance encounter can be seen in the vaulted hall of Kyrenia Castle. That very merchant ship, the oldest sea-going ship in the world, now stands on display together with its cargo of amphoras, mill-stones and even almonds. almost 10,000 of them perfectly preserved.
Chronicle presents the film record of this unique and important discovery showing the years of patient and innovative work to raise this vessel from the sea, to preserve it for posterity and to interpret the mine of detailed information on seafaring in the ancient world - information which the Kyrenia ship has made available for the first time since its violent destruction at the hands of pirates around 300 BC.
Narrator ANDREW FAULDS
Presented by RAY SUTCLIFFE
Producer MARO THEODOSSIADOO Editor BRUCE NORMAN
A CYPRUS BROADCASTING CORPORATION/ NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY co-producuon

Contributors

Unknown: Andreas Cariolou
Unknown: Professor Michael Katzev
Narrator: Andrew Faulds
Presented By: Ray Sutcliffe
Producer: Maro Theodossiadoo
Editor: Bruce Norman

: Rhoda

A comedy film series starring with Attack on Mr Right
Rhoda is enraged by Brenda's chauvinist beau.

Contributors

Rhoda: Valerie Harper
Brenda: Julie Kavner
Joe: David Groh
Ida: Nancy Walker

: The Man Alive Report: Civil they may be. But are they Servants?

In this investigative film Jack Pizzey asks whether, as taxpayers, we are getting value for money from our civil servants. One town council builds much sought-after council houses quicker than usual and saves £500,000 on the approved official plans - yet the Department of Environment blocks other councils making similar economies. In another town, computer schemes from the Department of Health and Social Security result in waste costing over £30,000. Nobody knows how much goes down the drain each year. A senior civil servant singlehandedly saves £3 million a year. Three Government Ministers want his savings applied nationwide, yet other civil servants frustrate them. A cover-up begins. Little has changed in ten years according to two Parliamentary Committees. Indeed, a former Civil Service head admits to being highly-selective about which reforms should be carried out. And, of course, the Official Secrets Act is always there to prevent embarrassing information leaking out to the public. The System seems all-powerful. So the question is - how can we make our civil servants more accountable?

Contributors

Reporter: Jack Pizzey
Film Cameraman: Nick Gifford
Film Editor: Peter Orton
Assistant Producer: Paul Hamann
Producer: Alan Patient
Editor: Tim Slessor

: Living on the Land: A Place for a Million Birds

The fourth of ten programmes
On the stretch of Morecambe Bay looked after by the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, and at their reserve just inland, something like 170 species drop in each year. Two men spend their life working to keep the territory attractive to birds. They are rewarded by some of the most exciting flying displays to be seen in Britain.
BBC Manchester

Contributors

Narrator: Deryck Guyler
Music: Edward Cowie
Photography: Arthur Smith
Sound: Jack Wilson
Sound: John Hale
Film Editor: Peter Gibbs
Writer/Producer: Don Haworth

: Late News on 2

Weather

: The Old Grey Whistle Test

Introduced by Bob Harris
In the studio: Lake, Bethnal

Contributors

Presenter: Bob Harris
Musicians: Bethnal
Musicians: Lake
Director: Tom Corcoran
Producer: Michael Appleton

: Closedown

RONALD PICKUP reads THOMAS HARDY 'S great farewell to love At Castle Boterel

Contributors

Unknown: Thomas Hardy








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