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: Open University

6.40 Internal Energy. 7.5 A Conflict Brought to Light. 7.3d Berlin Siedlungen.

: Closedown

: Gharbar

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

Contributors

Producer: Ashok Rampal

: Parosi

The last of 26 programmes. This week a discussion programme for Asian viewers on ways of overcoming some of the language difficulties faced by immigrant families in this country.
Presented by MEHERENGIZ MUNSIFF. NASEEM KHAN talks about consumers' rights and answers questions from the studio audience.
Consultants
KUNDRY CLARKE, ELIZABETH LAID Producer ROBERT CLAMP
Director MUNAWAR NIZAM
Tutor's booklet £1.10, student booklet £ 1.50, from bookshops. If you would like to give or receive help in learning English, please ring - for England: [number removed]. for Scotland: [number removed]; for Wales- [number removed]4; for Northern Ireland: [number removed]8.

Contributors

Presented By: Meherengiz Munsiff.
Talks: Naseem Khan

: Play School

Story:
The Tale of a Donkey's Tail by WILMA HORSBRUGH Presenters
Karen Platt , Brian Cant
Producer ANNE GOBEY
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE

Contributors

Unknown: Wilma Horsbrugh
Unknown: Karen Platt
Unknown: Brian Cant
Producer: Anne Gobey
Producer: Cynthia Felgate

: Closedown

: Racing from Ascot

2.0 Aimers Coffee St akes (Old Mile)
2.30 Sagaro Stakes (2m)
1978 Gold Cup winner Shangamuzo takes the first step towards the retention of his title.
3.5 Autobar Victoria Cup (H'cap) The season's most valuable handicap over 7 furlongs.
3.40 White Rose Stakes dim) Introduced by JULIAN WILSON
Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN
JIMMY UNDLEY , JOHN HANMER
TV presentation DENNIS MONGER

Contributors

Introduced By: Julian Wilson
Commentators: Peter O'Sullevan
Unknown: Jimmy Undley
Unknown: John Hanmer
Unknown: Dennis Monger

: Closedown

: Open University

4.50 Carboxylic Acids. 5.15 Nuclear Power USA 5.40 Crashing with Safety
6.5 Michelson Interferometer. 6.30 Mendelssohn's ' Dream '.

: The Long Search

A 13-part worldwide series Presented by Ronald Eyre 7: The Chosen People
What makes a Jew, a Jew? In New York Elie Wiesel, author and survivor of the concentration camps, tries to define it. In London Norbert Brainin and the Amadeus Quartet carry the argument further, both in music and in words. The argument is not about the accepted fact that God spoke to the Jews-but rather, what do His words mean? In Jerusalem Dr Pinchas Pell, sixth generation rabbi and sixth generation Jerusalemite, acts as guide to the stormy but close relationship between the Jews and their God.
Film editor DAVID THOMAS
Producer PETER MONTAGNON

Contributors

Presented By: Ronald Eyre
Editor: David Thomas
Producer: Peter Montagnon

: The Mid-Evening News

including a news summary with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2

: The Genuine Article

Miscellany
The first of a new series of seven programmes investigating fakes and frauds, ranging from brilliant examples which have fooled the experts, to more humble ones which are still likely to deceive most people, particularly if they're looking for bargains.
John Fitzmaurice Mills shows you some of the tricks of the trade and how to detect them.
Film cameraman SID DAVIES Film recordist
MALCOLM CAMPBELL Film editor
HOWARD BILLINCHAM
Producer JOHN MANSFIELD
Book (same title), £7.50, from bookshops

Contributors

Unknown: Sid Davies
Unknown: Malcolm Campbell
Unknown: Howard Billincham
Producer: John Mansfield

: The Money Programme

Company of the Year Award
Colin Chapman presents the three finalists for the award of £100,000 for investment in their business. Chris Salter, owner of Greaseaters
Ltd in Colchester. He makes degreasing machines and wants £100,000 to buy a plant that will recycle his special cleaning solvent. Dr Mansel Aylward, co-founder of Simbec Ltd in Merthyr Tydfil. He tests new drugs to ensure their safety, and wants the capital to move his laboratory out of his back garden.
Paul Hockenhull runs his own company in the spa town of Buxton. He skins, cooks and packs high-quality turkey meat, and wants £100,000 to increase the size of his factory so that they can sell turkeys to the EEC. Reporters
Moyra Bremner , Paul Barry
Producer BRUCE TODD
Deputy editor CLIVE SYDDALL Editor PAUL ELLIS

Contributors

Unknown: Moyra Bremner
Unknown: Paul Barry
Producer: Bruce Todd
Editor: Clive Syddall
Editor: Paul Ellis

: Spike Milligan

in Q8. Written by SPIKE MILLIGAN and NEIL SHAND With JOHN BLUTHAL , BOB TODD DAVID LODGE , STELLA TANNER KEITH SMITH , JULIA BRECK
JOHN D. COLLINS , ALAN CLARE Musical item ED WELCH
Designers MALCOLM THORNTON STEPHEN BROWNSEY
Produced by DOUGLAS ARGENT Directed by RAY BUTT

Contributors

Written By: Spike Milligan
Written By: Neil Shand
Unknown: John Bluthal
Unknown: Bob Todd
Unknown: David Lodge
Unknown: Stella Tanner
Unknown: Keith Smith
Unknown: Julia Breck
Unknown: John D. Collins
Unknown: Alan Clare
Designers: Malcolm Thornton
Designers: Stephen Brownsey
Produced By: Douglas Argent
Directed By: Ray Butt

: Matilda's England: 3: The Drawing Room

A trilogy by William Trevor
Anna Calder-Marshall, Rowland Davies with Georgine Anderson Pat Keen, Robert Lang
The 1950s. The old manor house acquires a new owner who rapidly becomes attracted to Matilda. Is this the opportunity she's sought to realise her lifetime obsession?

Contributors

Writer: William Trevor
Make-up Artist: Eileen Mair
Costume Designer: Ken Morey
Sound: John Delany
Lighting: Dave Sydenham
Producer: Ann Kirch
Director: Mark Cullingham
Matilda: Anna Calder-Marshall
Mr Gregary: John Sharp
Mrs Gregary: Betty Huntley-Wright
Ralphie Gregary: Rowland Davies
Mr Madden: Robert Lang
Colin Gregg: Christopher Douglas
Miss Pritchard: Georgine Anderson
Joe: Leonard Trolley
Mr Frye: Roger Booth
Belle Draper: Jane Gurnett
Mrs Frye: Veronica Clifford
Martin Draper: Martin Bax
Mrs Madden: Pat Keen
Betty Gregg: Holly de Jong
Mrs Laze: Nancy Gower
Roger Laze: Alan Bodenham
Mr Stritch: Michael Goldie
Mr Small: David Millet
Workman: Harold Horsham
Clergyman: Michael Cashman
Mrs Stritch: Pam St Clement
Mrs Absom: Zulema Dene
Mr Absom: Leonard Kavanagh
Nellie Stritch: Fiona McArthur
Woman guest: Gillian Royale
Nigel Dutt: Paul Alexander
Herr Hassenfuss: Trevor Peacock
Major Sewell: Hugh Moxey

: Late News and The Hustings

PETER DORLING with extracts from some of the day's Election speeches.

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Dorling

: String Quartet

Op 135 by Ludwig van Beethoven played by the Amadeus Quartet
Beethoven wrote his last complete work at Gneixendorf in the autumn of 1826. He said that the name of the place sounded like ' the breaking of an axle tree'. Prophetic words, for six months later he was to die. On the manuscript page of the last movement he wrote ' Must it be? - it must be!', and the musical analogy to the words runs through the work.
Film editor IAN PITCH
Produced by PETER MONTAGNON

Contributors

Unknown: Ludwig van Beethoven
Editor: Ian Pitch
Produced By: Peter Montagnon








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