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: Open University

6.40 Data Transmission Networks

7.5 Opportunities for All

: Closedown

: Play School

Today's story:
The Kootenai Indians by JOANNE SYMONS Presenters
Julie Stevens Don Spencer
Pianist PETER GOSLING
Designer STEPHEN FAWCETT
Written and directed by MARGIE BARBOUR Producer ANNE GOBEY
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE

Contributors

Unknown: Joanne Symons
Unknown: Julie Stevens
Pianist: Don Spencer
Pianist: Peter Gosling
Designer: Stephen Fawcett
Directed By: Margie Barbour
Producer: Anne Gobey
Producer: Cynthia Felgate

: Closedown

: Open University

4.55 Identity

5.20 Acetic Acid

5.45 Industrial Social Systems

6.10 Attention and Perception

6.35 Internal Energy

: News on 2 Headlines

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

: That's the Way the Money Goes

A series of ten programmes for everyone who spends money on goods or services. 5: Never, Never?
What are the cheapest ways of buying on credit? What are the pitfalls to avoid? What rights does the new Consumer Credit Act give you? Paul and Cathy Anchovy run into trouble when they try to buy a colour tv on credit: why will the Bank Manager not help? What did the Credit Reference Agency say?
Introduced by BRIAN REDHEAD Guest MARGARET ALLEN author of The Money Book
Legal interpreter DAVID TENCH of Consumers' Association
Sketches by CHRIS MILLER
Animations by TED ROCKLEY
Production ANNA JACKSON and DAVID ALLEN

Contributors

Unknown: Cathy Anchovy
Introduced By: Brian Redhead
Unknown: Margaret Allen
Unknown: Chris Miller
Unknown: Ted Rockley
Unknown: Anna Jackson
Unknown: David Allen
Cathy: Adrienne Posta
Paul: Nicky Henson
Manager: Anthony Sharp

: Newsday

Presented by Michael Charlton and Richard Kershaw including Westminster Report: a review of the week in politics by the BBC's Westminster Unit. Newsreader Kenneth Kendall

Contributors

Presented By: Michael Charlton
Presented By: Richard Kershaw
Unknown: Kenneth Kendall

: The Money Programme

Does Stress Kill?
More than one in five executives are expected to die before retirement age. Most of them from heart disease. Others from ulcers and suicide. These deaths are commonly believed to be caused by stress and overwork. But is that the case? Does pressure at the office really kill?
In The Money Programme Moyra Bremner reports from Britain and America on what has been called the 20th-century plague.
Producer DAVID MILLS Editor PAUL ELLIS
There is a full financial service on CEEFAX

Contributors

Unknown: Moyra Bremner
Editor: Paul Ellis

: Ripping Yarns

A series of films by MICHAEL PALIN and TERRY JONES Tomkinson's Schooldays
Set in the frontier days of British education, when upper lips were stiff with cold and corporal punishment was an A-level. A savage, searing indictment of something or other. Starring
Michael Palin with Terry Jones Special guests
Gwen Watford , Ian Ogilvy With JOHN WENTWORTH
SARAH GRAZEBROOK , CHAI LEE Narrator DICK GRAHAM
Designer MARTIN COLLINS
Directed by TERRY HUGHES

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Palin
Unknown: Terry Jones
Unknown: Michael Palin
Unknown: Terry Jones
Unknown: Gwen Watford
Unknown: Ian Ogilvy
Unknown: With John Wentworth
Unknown: Sarah Grazebrook
Narrator: Dick Graham
Designer: Martin Collins
Directed By: Terry Hughes

: Inside Story: 4: The End of the Line

A series of eight contemporary documentaries.

In the telephone directory the entry reads Samaritans, The (Befriend the suicidal), followed by a number. And a million people call the Samaritans every year. Befriending the lonely, desperate, and suicidal requires more than simple sympathy. There are techniques to learn, refined and perfected since The Rev. Chad Varah founded the organisation in his study at St Stephen's, Walbrook, 25 years ago.
This documentary follows a group of volunteers who wish to become Samaritans. Over five weeks, in lectures and role-playing, they learn how to deal with the practical joker, and the obscene caller, but most of all the hundreds of thousands at the end of their tether - on the end of the line.

Contributors

Film Cameraman: Jim Pierson
Film Editor: Tony Heaven
Producer: Roger Mills
Director: Richard Denton

: The Devil's Crown

A serial of the Plantagenet kings in 13 episodes.
3: A Rose, a Thorn by KEN TAYLOR

Contributors

Unknown: Ken Taylor

: Late News on 2

Weather

: Dance Month

Balanchine Festival
Anthony Dowell introduces two ballets by SEORGE BALANCHINE danced by the New York City Ballet
Serenade
Created in 1934 when Balanchine went to America, this ballet came to life in the classes of the School of American Ballet where Balanchine choreographed various sections to fit the number of pupils present. Set to TCHAIKOVSKY'S 'Serenade for Strings ', it captures perfectly the romantic and elegiac quality of the music. Soloists
Karin von Aroldingen, Susan Hendl Sara Leland , Kay Mazzo Jean-Pierre Bonnefous Peter Martins Episodes
Premiered in 1959, this ballet is in four movements to music by WEBERN. It is another example of Balanchine's understanding of the music he works with, his ability to reflect, almost to ' visualise ' the score. In contrast to the romantic Serenade, this is a work of Balanchine's modern classicism. Soloists
Sara Leland , Anthony Blum Karin von Aroldingen
Frank Ohman , Allegra Kent Bart Cook , Renee Estopinal David Richardson
Serenade director HUGO NIEBELING Episodes director KLAUS LINDEMANN RM PRODUCTIONS, Munich

Contributors

Unknown: Anthony Dowell
Unknown: Seorge Balanchine
Unknown: Susan Hendl
Unknown: Sara Leland
Unknown: Kay Mazzo
Unknown: Jean-Pierre Bonnefous
Unknown: Peter Martins
Soloists: Sara Leland
Soloists: Anthony Blum
Unknown: Frank Ohman
Unknown: Allegra Kent
Unknown: Bart Cook
Unknown: Renee Estopinal
Unknown: David Richardson
Director: Hugo Niebeling
Director: Klaus Lindemann

: Closedown

DR ROY STRONG talks about Edward Sackville , 4th Earl of Dorset by WILLIAM LARKIN , reproduced by permission of the GLC, Iveagh Bequest, Kenwood.

Contributors

Talks: Roy Strong
Unknown: Edward Sackville
Unknown: William Larkin








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