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: Open University

6.40 The Grand Inquisitor. 7.5 Telephone Switching (1). 7.31 Implementing Taylor?

: Closedown

: Interval

: Play School

Story: Lucy and Tom's Day Written and illustrated by SHIRLEY HUGHES Presenters
Carol Leader ,Johnny Ball

Contributors

Illustrated By: Shirley Hughes
Unknown: Carol Leader
Leader: Johnny Ball

: Closedown

: Play School

A programme for children under 5

: Pixie and Dixie

Heavens to Jinksy

: Animal Magic

with Johnny Morris
How many hands high is the smallest horse? Who hums a silent song? How does a broken twig turn into a beautiful moth?
As usual Johnny has the animals and the answers.
Producer GEORGE INGER. BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Johnny Morris
Producer: George Inger.

: Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle: Tarzan the Hated

A new city arises in the jungle and the apes behave strangely. Tarzan is grateful for the help of a new friend - a girl geologist. (Repeat)

: Ask Aspel

Michael Aspel introduces your requests from recent BBC television programmes.
With him in the studio this week: Paul Darrow of Blake's Seven
Producer PHILIP CHILVERS
Send your requeats to: Ask Aspel, BBC Television, London W12 8QT

Contributors

Introduces: Michael Aspel
Unknown: Paul Darrow
Producer: Philip Chilvers

: Fred Basset

Taking it like a Champ

: Open University

5.40 The Embryonic Environment. 6.5 The Greek Liturgy. 6.30 Energy and Rockets.

: The 1978 US Open Golf

The Mile High Drama
The 1978 US Open was played one mile above sea level over Cherry Hills Course, Denver, Colorado. This film of the Championship begins with Arnold Palmer recalling 1960 when, over this course, he gave birth to the legend of the ' Palmer Charge '. It progresses through to the excitement of this event, spotlighting the action of NICKLAUS, HAYES, SNEAD, STOCKTON, CLAMPETT, PLAYER and others. It concludes with the drama of the final hole, where ANDY NORTH needs a bogey to win and the Championship rests on a knife-edge. Commentator PETER ALLISS
Produced by PHIL PILLEY
A Trans World International production

Contributors

Unknown: Arnold Palmer
Unknown: Andy North
Commentator: Peter Alliss
Produced By: Phil Pilley

: The Mid-Evening News

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

: Tennis to Win

How to make the best use of stroke-making techniques in matchplay.
At John Newcombe 's private tennis court in Sydney, Australia, Evenne Cawley , Ken Rosewall , Sue Barker and Kerry Reid discuss tactics in singles and doubles with graphic illustrations from Wimbledon's Centre Court by Bjorn Borg and Virginia Wade.
Produced by TWI in association with NINE NETWORK AUSTRALIA

Contributors

Unknown: John Newcombe
Unknown: Evenne Cawley
Unknown: Ken Rosewall
Unknown: Sue Barker
Unknown: Kerry Reid
Unknown: Bjorn Borg
Unknown: Virginia Wade.

: Brass Tacks

First the arguments, then your chance to join the debate.
The Maharishi Effect
Transcendental Meditation - or TM - has come a long way from its association with The Beatles. Not only has the movement established its own universities, there is now a World Government for the Age of Enlightenment. Some of the effects claimed for the Maharishi's TM technique include industrial peace, world harmony and the end of all wars.
Brass Tacks reports on film about one practical experiment at a Devon printing firm which decided to find out if the ' effect' would work for them and their profits. In the studio, leaders of the TM movement in this country defend their claims.
Film cameraman DAVID cox Research JUDI CONNER Producer BRIAN JAMES
Editor ROGER LAUGHTON. BBC Manchester if you want to take part in the Brass Tacks debate, either phone a participating BBC radio station immediately after the programme (details on the air and on Local Radio pages of RADIO TIMES) or write to Return Call. Brass Tacks, BBCtv. Oxford Road, Manchester M60 ISJ

Contributors

Unknown: Judi Conner
Producer: Brian James
Editor: Roger Laughton.

: Rhoda

A comedy film series starring and with You Deserve a Break Today
At last - an engagement ring for Brenda!

Contributors

Rhoda: Valerie Harper
Brenda: Julie Kavner
Marty Davidson: Jeremy Stevens

: Barry Manilow

One of America's most popular entertainers in the first of two programmes recorded at the Royal Albert Hall , London during his highly successful visit to this country last year.
Among the hits included in tonight's programme are Copacabana, Could it be Magic, Mandy and Even Now with Lady Flash and The City Rhythm Band
Music director LEE GURST Producer STEWART MORRIS ( Repent)

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Hall
Producer: Stewart Morris

: Top Gear

with Angela Rippon
The Problems People Have with Their New Cars
New owners have a chance to air their grievances about unsafe and badly made cars.
Mike Dornan reports on a new method of weighing lorries which could be bad news for overloaded juggernauts.
Noel Edmonds tests another new car and Alec Jones , Chief Examiner of the Institute of Advanced Motorists, sets a driving problem.
Director PHILIP FRANKLIN
Producer DEREK SMITH. BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Unknown: Angela Rippon
Unknown: Mike Dornan
Unknown: Noel Edmonds
Unknown: Alec Jones
Director: Philip Franklin
Producer: Derek Smith.

: Late News

Weather

: The Budget

The Chancellor of the Exchequer The Rt Hon
Sir Geoffrey Howe , MP for the Government i Shown on BBC1 at 9.25 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Geoffrey Howe

: The Old Grey Whistle Test

The last programme in the present series features
Thin Lizzy at The Rainbow.
A recording of their concert at London's Rainbow Theatre on the 29 March 1978.
Television presentation MICHAEL APPLETON

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Appleton

: Closedown Leslie Sands reads

The Whitsun Weddings by PHILIP LARKIN

Contributors

Unknown: Philip Larkin








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