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: Open University

7.40 Unemployment. 8.5 The Planet Earth. 8.30 M101/1, Symbols Equations and the Computer. 8.55 Technology-Facts are not Enough. 9.20 Physical Chemistry and Industry. 9.45 X-ray Diffraction. 10.10 Mind = Brain? 11.0 Computer-based Information Systems.
11.25 The Pre-school Child - Going Shopping. 11.50 Consumer Decisions - Turning on the Heat. 12.15 Advisory Programme for Applicants (1). 1.5 Welfare and Politics: Britain. 1.30 Control Systems. 1.55 A Woman's Work. 2.45 Paris: Imperial City. 3.10 Maths - Vector Spaces. 3.35 Great Britain 1750-1950. 4.25 Brain Structure and Function. 4.50 Oil and Independence,

: Rugby Special

The Thorn County Championship Final
Lancashire v Gloucestershire
Gloucestershire's dominance in this competition over the last decade will be severely challenged by BILL BEAUMONT and his team which contains eight other internationals, although missing Tony Bond who has a broken leg. When the teams last met in 1977 Lancashire were the winners in the semi-final, and then went on to win the final.
MIKE RAFTER will be leading a traditionally uncompromising Gloucestershire pack, and with PETER BUTLER available to cash in on any penalty decisions the final promises to be a close-fought affair.
Commentator at the Vale of Lune
NIGEL STARMER-SMITH
Series producer HUW JONES
A selection of original Sporting Themes (record REH 348, cassette zcr 348), from record shops
The World of Rugby, £6.25, from bookshops followed by Rugby League results

Contributors

Unknown: Bill Beaumont
Unknown: Peter Butler
Unknown: Nigel Starmer-Smith
Producer: Huw Jones

: News Review

A digest of the news of the week and other world matters of interest seen by news cameras around the world: the interesting, the picturesque, the important and the dramatic; plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear. with Kenneth Kendall
EditorRICHARD GAMBLE

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Kendall
Editor: Richard Gamble

: The Money Programme

Peter Hobday reports on the people and the events that affect your savings and your business affairs.
Also, in a special report from Manchester, Nick Clarke examines how the coming recession is affecting industry. When business activity slows down, what are the first signs to watch for, and how do you escape the spiral of bankruptcies or redundancies?
Producer NEVILLE BOLT Editor PAUL ELLIS

Contributors

Editor: Paul Ellis

: Call My Bluff

A duel of words and wit between Frank Muir
Prunella Gee , Nikolai Tolstoy and Arthur Marshall
Diane Keen , Roy Marsden Referee Robert Robinson
Devised by MARK GOODSON and BILL TODMAN Director ALAN BELL
Producer JOHNNY DOWNES

Contributors

Unknown: Frank Muir
Unknown: Prunella Gee
Unknown: Nikolai Tolstoy
Unknown: Arthur Marshall
Unknown: Diane Keen
Unknown: Roy Marsden
Unknown: Robert Robinson
Unknown: Mark Goodson
Unknown: Bill Todman
Director: Alan Bell
Producer: Johnny Downes

: Spirit of Asia: 5: The Haunted Land

A series of eight programmes narrated by David Attenborough The great Irrawaddy river is the backbone of Burma. Rising high in the Himalayas, it flows south through 1,000 miles of jungle-clad mountains and and desert plains before entering the Bay of Bengal close to the capital, Rangoon.
The Irrawaddy is Kipling's Road to Mandalay, where the flying fishes play, an' the dawn comes up like thunder, outer China, 'cross the Bay '.
On its banks lie the ruins of Pagan, once the centre of a mighty empire, where powerful kings tried to outdo their predecessors by building ever more magnificent temples.
Today Burma is a socialist country, slowly emerging from a long period of near-isolation from the rest of the world. Perhaps because of that isolation, it has preserved traditions and an old-world charm and sophistication which are uniquely its own.
Film cameraman PHILIP BONHAM-CARTER
Film recordist IAN SANSAM
Research SUE HAYCOCK FISHER
Film editors JOHN NEEDHAM, ARDAN FISHER
Produced by MICHAEL MACINTYRE

Contributors

Unknown: David Attenborough
Unknown: Kiplmgs Roaa
Unknown: Philip Bonham-Carter
Unknown: Ian Sansam
Editors: John Needham
Editors: Ardan Fisher
Produced By: Michael MacIntyre

: News on 2

Weather

: Stuart Burrows Sings

The Welsh tenor sings a programme of ballads, songs, operetta and grand opera with guest Norma Burrowes
Orchestra conducted by ROBIN STAPLETON
Designer MICHAEL WRIGHT Producer HYWEL WILLIAMS BBC Cymru/Wales

Contributors

Unknown: Norma Burrowes
Conducted By: Robin Stapleton
Designer: Michael Wright

: Pride and Prejudice

by JANE AUSTEN
The last of five parts dramatised by FAY WELDON
Elizabeth has visited Pemberley and met Mr Darcy again. Knowing now that her first impressions were unjustified, she has begun to regret lost opportunities and is distressed by the news of Lydia s elopement with Wickham.
Music composed by WILFRED JOSEPHS Studio lighting DAVE SYDENHAM Script editor BETTY WILLINGALE DesignerBARBARA GOSNOLD Producer JONATHAN POWELL Directed by CYRIL COKE
Theme music, RESL 77, from record shops

Contributors

Unknown: Jane Austen
Dramatised By: Fay Weldon
Composed By: Wilfred Josephs
Unknown: Dave Sydenham
Editor: Betty Willingale
Designer: Barbara Gosnold
Producer: Jonathan Powell
Directed By: Cyril Coke
Miss Elizabeth Bennet: Elizabeth Garvie
Mr Darcy: David Rintoul
Mr Bennet: Moray Watson
Mrs Bennet: Priscilla Morgan
Lady Catherine de Bourgh: Judy Parfitt
Miss Lydia Bennet: Natalie Ogle
Mr Bingley: Osmund Bullock
Mr Wickham: Peter Settelen
Miss Jane Bennet: Sabina Franklyn
Miss Mary Bennet: Tessa Peake-Jones
Miss Kitty Bennet: Clare Higgins
Mrs Hill: Janet Davies
First lady guest: Elizabeth Knight
Second lady guest: Anne Maxwell

: M*A*S*H

The feature film starring Donald Sutherland
Elliott Gould , Tom Skeritt with Sally Kellerman , Robert Duvall Jo Ann Pflug
Rene Auberjonois
The famous original film of the daily happenings-more often than not outrageous - at the 4077th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital in Korea.
Hawkeye Pierce, Duke Forrest and Trapper John Mclntyre are all hardworking surgeons, whose spare time is spent relentlessly pursuing their hobbies - wine, women and flouting authority-with wildly and irreverently funny results!
Screenplay by RING LARDNER JR
From the novel by Richard HOOKER Produced by INGO PREMINGER Directed by ROBERT ALTMAN Films: page 19
(The television series of M*A*S*H continues on Thursday at 9.0 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Donald Sutherland
Unknown: Elliott Gould
Unknown: Tom Skeritt
Unknown: Sally Kellerman
Unknown: Robert Duvall
Unknown: Jo Ann Pflug
Unknown: Rene Auberjonois
Play By: Ring Lardner Jr
Novel By: Richard Hooker
Produced By: Ingo Preminger
Directed By: Robert Altman
Hawkeye: Donald Sutherland
Trapper John: Elliott Gould
Duke: Tom Skeritt
Major Hotlips: Sally Kellerman
Major Frank Burns: Robert Duvall
Lt Dish JO: Ann Pflug
Dago Red: René Auberjonois
Col Henry Blake: Roger Bowen
Radar O'Reilly: Gary Burghoff
Sgt-Maj Vollmer: David Arkin
Spearchucker: Fred Williamson
Me Lay: Michael Murphy
: Ho-John Kimatwood
Cpl: Judson Timbrown
Lt Leslie: Indus Arthur
Painless Pole: John Schuck








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