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: Open University

6.40 Self-Concept. 7.5 Telephone Systems.
7.30 In the Mode.

: Closedown .

: Play School

: Closedown

: Cricket: First Test

The Cornhill Insurance Test Series
England v India
The final two hours of play from Edgbaston,

: Open University

6 5 Christian Community tn County Clare. 6.30 Rats and Super Rats.

: What's Your Poison?

or how to enjoy drinking
At the Bar - BRIAN TRUEMAN
2- How Much is Enough? And is it safer to drink beer than whisky?
Producer DAVID CORDINGLEY

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Trueman
Producer: David Cordingley

: The Mid-Evening News

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

: It's a Small World

Model Soldiers
With a reputation for 'breathing life into his figures, Cesar Milani is acknowledged to be one of the country's best military modellers. Introduced by Andy Price
Producer PAUL SMITH. BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Cesar Milani
Introduced By: Andy Price
Producer: Paul Smith.

: SandorVegh Masterclass

In the second of six programmes filmed in the relaxed atmosphere of the King's Room at Godolphin House in Cornwall, the celebrated Hungarian violinist Sandor Vcgh works on the very demanding Mozart Violin Concerto No 1, in B flat (K 207) with Ingeborg Scheerer-Joy front Germany.
Accompanist PETER PETTINGER
Photography ELMER COSSKY Sound MIKE TURNER
Film editor BEN MORRIS Directed by PETER WEST
Sandor Vegh 's Masterelasses at the International Musicians' Seminar in Cornwall were made possible by the support of Marks & Spencer Ltd.

Contributors

Violinist: Sandor Vcgh
Unknown: Ingeborg Scheerer-Joy
Editor: Ben Morris
Directed By: Peter West
Directed By: Sandor Vegh

: Brass Tacks

First the arguments, then your chance to join the debate. To Serve as Member....
On the day European MPs meet for the first time in Strasbourg, Brass Tacks examines everyday life at the mother of Parliaments. In Europe, new facilities are being built. In the USA, a Congressman can have a staff of 16, and a research budget of one-quarter of a million dollars-the tools of a decision-making trade which are taken for granted.
But, at Westminster, backbenchers share offices and secretaries. For Nicholas Baker , MP, Ken Eastham , mp, and David Alton , mp, there was no research budget to be collected when they took their seats in May. Like every other British MP, they feel they cannot serve as members unless they have proper resources.
Introduced by Eric Robson
Research JACKIE SPRECKLEY , ANN WATSON Producer CHRIS WARMSLEY Editor ROGER LAUGHTON
BBC Manchester. Rcvieic: page 74
If you want to take part in the Brass Tacks debate, either phone a purticipating BBC radio station immediately after the programme (details on the ail and on Local Radio pages of RADIO TIMES) or write to Return Call, Brass Tacks, BBCtv. Oxford Road, Manchester M60 ISJ

Contributors

Unknown: Nicholas Baker
Unknown: Ken Eastham
Unknown: David Alton
Introduced By: Eric Robson
Introduced By: Research Jackie Spreckley
Introduced By: Ann Watson
Producer: Chris Warmsley
Editor: Roger Laughton
Unknown: Brass Tacks

: Rhoda

A comedy film series starring
Guess Who I Saw Today
A reluctant Rhoda is persuaded to go to a party. But her miserable night out takes a steep nose-dive when she finds that Joe is also there with another woman. It proves to be a shattering experience which makes Rhoda decide to stay at home in future.
Director TONY MORDENTE

Contributors

Director: Tony Mordente
Rhoda: Valerie Harper
Brenda: Julie Kavner
Joe: David Groh
Sally Gallagher: Anne Meara
Gary Levy: Ron Silver

: The Mayor of Casterbridge

by THOMAS HARDY
Dramatised by DENNIS POTTER in seven episodes starring
Episode 4
Lucetta Templeman , whom Henchard intended to marry, has arrived in Casterbridge. Rejected by her father, Elizabeth-Jane has gone to work for her. Lucetta has turned her attention to Farfrae and Henchard plans his ruin.
Music by CARL DAVIS
Producer JONATHAN POWELL Directed by DAVID GILES

Contributors

Dramatised By: Dennis Potter
Unknown: Lucetta Templeman
Music By: Carl Davis
Producer: Jonathan Powell
Directed By: David Giles
Michael Henchard: Alan Bates
Lucetta: Anna Massey
Avis Bunnage,: Jack Galloway
Ronald Lacey,: Janet Maw
Mrs Goodenough: Avis Bunnage
Elizabeth-Jane: Janet Maw
Jopp: Ronald Lacey
Lucetta's maid: Gilly Brown
Donald Farfrae: Jack Galloway
Policeman: David Auker
Mr Joyce: Alan Rowe
Clerk of court: Kenneth Waller

: Portrait

The second of five programmes Jean Rook painted by Sara Leighton
The lady they call ' The Bitch of Fleet Street' is painted by the lady whom Annigoni once described as 'the perfect English rose'.
Miss Rook thought the painting a trifle flattering, but threatened to claw the eyes out of anyone who tried to change it. Regular readers of her column will recognise this as a lucky escape.
Producer MICHAEL BEGG

Contributors

Unknown: Jean Rook
Unknown: Sara Leighton
Producer: Michael Begg

: Golf: The Open

The 108th Championship Who will win this Open
. Championship?
HARRY CARPENTER reports from Royal Lytham and st Annes on the eve of the most important championship in international golf.
Producer Richard TILLING Editor DAVID KENNING

Contributors

Unknown: Harry Carpenter
Producer: Richard Tilling
Editor: David Kenning

: Late News

Weather

: Cricket: First Test

The Cornhill Insurance Test Series
England v India
RICHIE BENAUD introduces highlights of the final day's play from Edgbaston.
Froduccr NICK HUNTER

Contributors

Unknown: Froduccr Nick Hunter

: Closedown

Hugh Dickson reads
A Pindaric on the Grunting of a Hog by SAMUEL WESLEY

Contributors

Unknown: Hugh Dickson
Unknown: Samuel Wesley








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