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: Open University

6.40 Maths: Lebesgue Integral. 7.5 Attention and Perception. 7.30 Middlesbrough: School to Work.

: Closedown

: On Union Business

Branch Meeting

: Interval

: Play School

: Closedown

: Other People's Children

The last of 19 programmes
Where Do We Go from Here?
Including the latest news about the new National Childminding Association.
Presented by BRIAN REDHEAD
Series producer DAVID ALLEN

Contributors

Presented By: Brian Redhead
Producer: David Allen

: Having a Baby

A series of 16 programmes: 13
CLAIRE WOOLFORD looks at the rote of the health visitor, also breast and bottle feeding. Your letters are answered by CLAIRE RAYNER.

Contributors

Unknown: Claire Woolford
Unknown: Claire Rayner.

: Closedown

: The Living City

The last of a 15-part sociology series. What is Sociology?
MALCOLM DAVIES talks to PROFESSOR JOE BANKS and Reith Lecturer
PROFESSOR A. H. HALSEY.
Director LIBBY HALLIDAY Producer TONY Roberts

Contributors

Talks: Malcolm Davies
Unknown: Professor A. H. Halsey.
Director: Libby Halliday
Producer: Tony Roberts

: Closedown

: Open University

4.55 Biscuits (2). 5.20 Opportunities for All 6.10 The Development of Fresco.
6.35 Chemical Reactions (2).

: News on 2 Headlines

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

: A Woman's Place?

ANNA CALDER-MARSHALL
R\LPH BATES and MEGS JENKINS in Kay by ALMA CULLEN
Wife, mother, and working woman, Kay worries about the price of dividing herself into three.
Producer BRIGITBARRY

Contributors

Kay: Anna Calder-Marshall
Derek: Ralph Bates
IriS: Megs Jenkins
Grace: Jo Rowbottom
Doctor: Michael J Jackson
Nurse: Veronica Doran

: Newsday

Presented by Michael Charlton and Richard Kershaw with David Sells Newsreader Peter Woods

Contributors

Presented By: Michael Charlton
Presented By: Richard Kershaw
Unknown: David Sells
Unknown: Peter Woods

: Chronicle

The Great Glow-Curve Mystery
A place called Glozel in France is the setting for what must be either the most extraordinary discovery in the history of archaeology - or a monstrous fraud. Weird pots and phallic idols and magic writings are the bones of contention between archaeologists who have declared for more than 40 years that Glozel is a modern fake and some physicists who have been saying for the past four years that everything they have tested with their ' glow-curve - dating method is at least 2,000 years old. Chronicle has been following the case since 1974 and reports tonight with a round-up of all the latest evidence on the unsolved mystery that still surrounds Glozel.
Narrated by RENÉ CUTFORTH
Film editor COLIN HILL
Written and produced by PAUL JORDAN Series editor BRUCE NORMAN

Contributors

Unknown: René Cutforth
Editor: Colin Hill
Produced By: Paul Jordan
Editor: Bruce Norman

: Rhoda

A comedy film series starring with Don't Give up the Office
Rhoda repels a sheep in wolf's clothing from the door.

Contributors

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

: The Man Alive Report

A Peculiarly English Disease Reporter Michael Dean
I graduated in 1972 and worked in France for four years. I felt that I should give Britain a second chance by returning five months ago. Unless the engineers' situation begins to change soon I shall return to the continent at the end of my contract. At least over there I'm invited to meet his daughter, not to mend his dishwasher.
(LETTER FROM A DISGRUNTLED ENGINEER)
A well-known Victorian engineer once stepped down from the carriage in which he was travelling to supervise the repair of a damaged wheel. When he climbed back up his fellow passengers all ignored him. By showing that he knew how things worked he'd shown that he was less than a gentleman.
His status-sensitive travelling companions were suffering from a peculiarly English disease that 100 years later is still with us. Even in 1978, if you want ' to be accepted' in England you must be seen to be doing the right kind of work-work that's as far removed as possible from the means of production.
All the evidence shows that not enough of our cleverest people are going into industry, the very place we need them. MICHAEL DEAN talks to a number of people who, quite independently, have been studying our strange and potentially fatal social disease.
Producer JULIAN COOPER Editor TIM SLESSOR

Contributors

Reporter: Michael Dean
Producer: Julian Cooper
Editor: Tim Slessor

: Living on the Land

The fifth of ten programmes Vernon Egerton,
Servant of the Lord
Vernon Egerton has devoted his life to preaching and teaching and tackling sin. He has brought up a family of five on 40 rented acres of the Staffordshire Pennines without ever earning enough to pay income tax, apart from one year when he got a demand for 12. Narrator DERYCK GUYLER
Photography ARTHUR SMITH
Sound JACK WILSON , JOHN HALI Film editor PETER GIBBS
Written and produced by DON HAWORW BBC Manchester

Contributors

Narrator: Deryck Guyler
Unknown: Arthur Smith
Unknown: Jack Wilson
Unknown: John Hali
Editor: Peter Gibbs
Produced By: Don Haworw

: Late News on 2

Weather

: The Old Grey Whistle Test

In the studio: Dire Straights and Chris Rea
Introduced by Bob Harris
New records reviewed on CEEFAX p 256

Contributors

Musicians: Dire Straits Singer: Chris Rea
Introduced By: Bob Harris
Director: John Burrowes
Producer: Michael Appleton

: World Championship of Tennis Final

from The Moody Coliseum, Dallas, Texas.
The climax of the WCT season in which ' the exceptional eight' compete for the first prize of $100,000. Amongst the eight are BJORN BORG , double Wimbledon champion, the volatile ILIE NASTASE and VITAS
GERULAITIS.
Introduced by JOHN BARRETT Commentator DAN MASKELL
TV presentation by MIZLOU TELEVISION

Contributors

Unknown: Bjorn Borg
Unknown: Ilie Nastase
Introduced By: John Barrett
Commentator: Dan Maskell








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