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: Open University

7.5 Physical Chemistry and Industry.
7.30 An Architect at Work,

: Closedown

: Gharbar

looks at a problem which most Asian women in this country have to face at some time.
There is also a story for young children, and a popular song.
Producer ASHOK RAMPAL. BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Producer: Ashok Rampal.

: Parosi

A series of 26 programmes
15: A discussion on ways of overcoming some of the language difficulties faced by immigrant families.
Presented by MEHERENGIZ MUNSIFF DR KISHWAR BEGUN talks about family health and answers questions from the studio audience.
Producer ROBERT CLAMP
Director PAUL KRIWACZER

Contributors

Presented By: Meherengiz Munsiff
Director: Paul Kriwaczer

: Play School

Story: Yawns are Catching by MABEL WATTS. Presenters Delia Morgan , Bruee Allan

Contributors

Unknown: Mabel Watts.
Presenters: Delia Morgan
Presenters: Bruee Allan

: Closedown

: Racing from Ascot

2.0 The Sapling Novices' Steeple Chase (about 2m)
2.30 The Fernbank Hurdle Race (about 3m)
3.0 The Whitbread Trail Handicap Steeple Viase
3.35 The Reynoldstown Nevices' Steeple Chase (about 3m) Introduced by TONY GUBBA Commentators
JULIAN WILSON and RICHARD PITMAN
Television presentation by RICHARD TILLING

Contributors

Introduced By: Tony Gubba
Unknown: Julian Wilson
Unknown: Richard Pitman
Presentation By: Richard Tilling

: Closedown

: Open University

4.50 Before Einstein. 5.40 Seeing the Future. 6.5 Chemistry of Carbon Compounds. 6.30 Introduction to the Humanities,

: Top Table

Tiber Klampar of Hungary, winner of this season's French and Yugoslavian Opens, plays Josef Dvoracek , the Number 2 ranked table-tennis player in Czechoslovakia, in the second semifinal of this series for the Norwich Union Trophy. The winner will meet Milan Orlowski. the Czech Number 1, in next week's finah
Introduced by PETER WALKER Commentators
TONY GUBBA , ALAN RANSOME
Produce JOHNNIE WATHERSTON

Contributors

Unknown: Tiber Klampar
Unknown: Josef Dvoracek
Unknown: Milan Orlowski.
Introduced By: Peter Walker
Unknown: Tony Gubba
Unknown: Alan Ransome
Unknown: Johnnie Watherston

: The Mid-Evening News

Weather on 2

: The World of Rugby

A series of six programmes in which Cliff Morgan and Carwyn James examine the history of Rugby Union Football.
3: The Kiwi and the 'Roo
New Zealand and Australia have excited and challenged us all with their innovations and style and have influenced the growth of rugby in the Pacific nations.
Producer DEWI GRIFFITHS

Contributors

Unknown: Carwyn James
Producer: Dewi Griffiths

: Man Alive

This week: Just a Few Back Streets It's no beauty spot -just a small and run-down area of Birmingham. But for some, St Andrew 's is where they've always lived. And want to go on living -if the planners will let them.
On film Jeanne La Chard listens to the misgivings of local people and to. the dilemmas of the planners. And in a school hall, Jack Pizzey chairs their discussion with Authority.
Producer DESMOND LAPSLEY Editor TIM SLESSOR
Next week, Mon-Fri: Where We Live Now

Contributors

Unknown: St Andrew
Unknown: Jack Pizzey
Producer: Desmond Lapsley
Editor: Tim Slessor

: Tigris

The Sumerian Voyage of Thor Heyerdahl : a series of four programmes 3: Navigators
'We Europeans are too conceited. We forget that we did not create civilisation, we got it from earlier civilisations like the Egyptians and the Sumerians.' Tigris, damaged and needing repair, continues her voyage through the Arab Gulf linking ancient sites influenced by the Sumerians of ancient Mesopotamia. In Bahrain, 5,000-year-old seals point forward to the ruined cities of Pakistan. In Oman, the top of a pyramid points back to those of Ur and Uruk.
HEYERDAHL also discovers villagers still using reed boats, and argues that these were the means that spread civilisation across the world from Mesopotamia and Egypt to Mexico, Peru, and even the islands of Polynesia. But the Tigris journey itself is anything but plain sailing. Commentary spoken by EDWARD WOODWARD
Film cameraman NORRIS BROCK Film editor DAVID ELLIOTT
Written and produced by BRUCE NORMAN
(Port 4: Civilisation, tomorrow at 9.0 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Thor Heyerdahl
Spoken By: Edward Woodward
Unknown: Norris Brock
Editor: David Elliott
Produced By: Bruce Norman

: M*A*S*H

starring Alan Alda , Mike Farrell in Hawk's Nightmare

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Alda
Unknown: Mike Farrell

: The Innes Book of Records

Featuring the words, music and performance of Neil Innes with special contributions from Jake Thackray and Michael Rothwell
Film cameraman JACK BELLAMY Film sound ALISTAIR CROCKER Film editor PAUL WATTS
Music recording ADRIAN BISHOP-LAGGETT Music director JOHN ALTMAN Director ANDREW GOSLING

Contributors

Unknown: Neil Innes
Unknown: Jake Thackray
Unknown: Michael Rothwell
Unknown: Jack Bellamy
Unknown: Alistair Crocker
Unknown: Adrian Bishop-Laggett
Director: John Altman
Director: Andrew Gosling

: Cricket: Sixth Test

By satellite
Australia v England from SydneyBOBBY SIMPSON with highlights of the fourth day's play.

Contributors

Unknown: Bobby Simpson

: Late News

Weather

: Arena: Cinema

JOHN BARRY (designer Star Wars and Superman) is now directing Saturn 3. RIDLEY SCOTT (The Duellists) is shooting The Alien.
Gavin Millar reports on these two new British SF films.

Contributors

Unknown: John Barry
Unknown: Gavin Millar

: Music at Night

HOWARD SHELLEY (piano) plays LISZT: Au bord d'une source








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