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: Open University

6.40 Design with Plastic. 7.5 Homogeneous Catalysis. 7.30 The London Underground.

: Closedown

: Gharbar

DR s. s. BAKSHI, a specialist in community medicine, talks to RAJNI KAUL, LULU BILQUIS BANN, RAMA JOSHI and KAILASH puri, about the importance of immunisation for malaria, typhoid and other ailments, before going abroad and what precautions to take when away.
PARVEEN MIRZA tells the story Spider and the Fly in verse and film star KISHORE KUMAR sings a song from the film Amar Prem.
Producer ASHOK RAMPAL. An Asian Unit presentation. BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Unknown: Rama Joshi
Producer: Ashok Rampal.

: Play School

Story: Titch
Written and illustrated by PAT HUTCHINS. Presenters
Sarah Long , Stuart McGugan

Contributors

Illustrated By: Pat Hutchins.
Unknown: Sarah Long
Unknown: Stuart McGugan

: Closedown

: Open University

4.55 Curriculum Design and Development. 5.20 Shoreline Processes. 5.45 Viewing with Electrons. 6.10 Plant and Animal Breeding. 6.35 The Art of Charlotte Bronte.

: News on 2 Headlines

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

: Erica on Embroidery

Ten programmes introduced by ERICA WILSON. 6 : Thinking Big
Director JAMES FIELD
Producer MARG4RET MACLEOD

Contributors

Introduced By: Erica Wilson.

: An ABC of Music

A series about musical instruments, topics and terms. 0 for Organ
From the Royal College of Organists in London, PETER HURFORD explains the mysteries of flute, reed and diapason.
Producer JOHN DOBSON
BBC Bristol.

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Hurford
Producer: John Dobson

: News on 2

Weather

: Rhythm on 2

Reflecting the varied music, rhythms and moods of musicians today. This week features the Fivepenny Piece and The Oldham Tinkers
Recorded at Bredbury Hall, Stockport. Director RICK GARDNER Producer KEN GRIFFIN

Contributors

Director: Rick Gardner
Producer: Ken Griffin

: Brass Tacks

Introduced by Eric Robson The Non-existent Junkies
Home Office figures estimate there are just under 2,000 heroin addicts in Britain. Many observers believe the true figure is nearer 20,000. The official view is that it is a problem which is under control. This Brass Tacks all-film report presents evidence which supports an opposite conclusion.
Dick Lee spent a month in a peaceful English market town and met five youngsters - all addicts and all so far unrecognised by the authorities. Each has a criminal record; none has had access to Britain's limited treatment facilities.
Film editor TONY WILLIAMS Producer BRIAN gibson Editor ROGER LAUGHTON
Many BBC Local Radio Stations in England are giving their audiences a chance to state their views on this issue - in phone-ins following Brass Tacks.

Contributors

Introduced By: Eric Robson
Unknown: Dick Lee
Editor: Tony Williams
Producer: Brian Gibson
Editor: Roger Laughton

: Films of the 40s: Quiet Wedding

starring
Margaret Lockwood , Derek Farr
After a lengthy courtship, Janet and Dallas announce their engagement and plan a quiet wedding. Janet's relations, however, have quite different plans.
Anthony Asquith 's acute observation of some of the more engaging absurdities of English customs reinforces the gentle satire of a typically British production.
Written by TERENCE RATTIGAN and ANATOLE DE GRUNWALD
Directed by ANTHONY ASQUITH

Contributors

Unknown: Margaret Lockwood
Unknown: Derek Farr
Unknown: Anthony Asquith
Written By: Terence Rattigan
Directed By: Anthony Asquith
Janet Royd: Margaret Lockwood
Dallas Chattor: Derek Farr
Flower Lisle: Peggy Ashcroft
Janet's mother: Marjorie Fielding
Janet's father: A E Matthews
John: David Tomlinson
Denys: Sidney King
Marcia: Margaretta Scott
Marcia's husband: Michael Shepley
Aunt Mary: Athene Seyler
Aunt Florence: Jean Cadell
Miranda: Muriel Pavlow
Dallas's father: Frank Cellier
Boofy Ponsonby: Roland Culver
Lady Yeldman: Margaret Halstan
Vicar: Roddy Hughes
Cook: Muriel George
Dressmaker: Martita Hunt
PC: Bernard Miles
Magistrate: O B Clarence
Second Magistrate: Margaret Rutherford
Third Magistrate: Wally Patch
Mr Johnson: Chas Carson
Mr Williamson: Lawrence Hanray
Mrs Briggs: Viola Lyel
Mrs Illingworth: Valentine Dunn
Miss Dacres: Amy Dalby
Porter: Hay Petrie
Verger: Mark Stone
Tenor: Peter Bull
BaSS: Ivor Barnard

: The Bloxham Tapes

Reporter Magnus Magnusson
A film investigation of the remarkable tape recordings of Arnall Bloxham, eminent hypnotherapist who, over a 20-year period, hypnotised 400 people and recorded what appear to be descriptions of previous lives. Do The Bloxham Tapes prove re-incarnation or can they be explained some other way?
BBC Cymru/Wales

Contributors

Reporter: Magnus Magnusson
Producer: Jeffrey Iverson

: Late News on 2

Weather

: Closedown

JOHN WESTBROOK reads
To Emma by john KEATS

Contributors

Unknown: John Westbrook
Unknown: John Keats








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