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: Open University

6.40 Art on Film. 7.5 Earth Materials (1).
7.30 Brick by Brick.

: Closedown

: Play School

Story: The Hump-backed Bridge by WILMA HORSBRUGH Presenters
Chloe Ashcroft , Chris Tranchell
Pianist RICHARD BROWN Designer BOB STEER
Graphic designer LAURENCE HENRY
Written and directed by NICK WILSON Producer PETER WILTSHIRE
Series producer ANNE GOREY

Contributors

Unknown: Chloe Ashcroft
Pianist: Chris Tranchell
Pianist: Richard Brown
Designer: Bob Steer
Designer: Laurence Henry
Directed By: Nick Wilson
Producer: Peter Wiltshire
Producer: Anne Gorey

: Closedown

: Open University

4.50 Your Own Optics Laboratory.
5.15 Copper as a Resource.

: Harold Lloyd

The master comedian from the golden age of silent comedy in excerpts from his films. Harold heads for his garage and his handsome new Model T, but has problems getting going in Get Out and Get Under, then appears to defy the laws of gravity when he finally gets started; an unforeseen laundry-van ride in Safety Last means Harold needs a fast lift to work or faces the sack.

: Monkey

Old Chinese proverb says: 'He who mixes Monkey business with pleasure liable end up making people laugh.'
Pearls Before Swine: or how three animal-strength immortals destroyed all but the last paper mulberry. Music by MICKY YOSHINO
Directed by YUSUKE WATANABE
English adaptation by DAVID WEIR
English version directed by MICHAEL BAKEWELL for WORLD WIDE SOUND LONDON Produced by NTV and KOKUSAI HOEI

Contributors

Music By: Micky Yoshino
Directed By: Yusuke Watanabe
Directed By: Michael Bakewell

: Delia Smith's Cookery Course

Part 2
A second series of ten programmes presented by DELIA SMITH 17: Poultry
Chicken is no longer a luxury, but it seems we have paid for this with loss of flavour. Delia Smith gives advice on buying the right bird and shows how to roast it to achieve the tastiest results. She also cooks chicken pieces in barbecue sauce for an easy supper dish and. for that snpfial occasion, roast duck with cherry sauce.
Director ERICA GRIFFITHS Producer PETER RIDING
(Kepeated next Monday)

Contributors

Presented By: Delia Smith
Unknown: Delia Smith
Director: Erica Griffiths
Producer: Peter Riding

: Mid-Evening News

with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather

: In the Country

Presented by Angela Rippon
In the last of the present series Roger Lovegrove takes us to the Dee Estuary where the RSPB has recently bought 5,000 acres of salt marsh, which at this time of year is rich in wading birds; and Joe Henson visits Exmoor during the round-up of the famous Exmoor ponies-a breed which is closely related to the ancestral wild horse of Europe and which has now become a rare animal on its native moor.
Together with her other guests, Phil Drabble and Elizabeth Eyden , Angela looks at the role of conservation in the countryside, asking whether nature reserves have any wide influence on the health and wealth of our wildlife, and where we fit in. Should such reserves be ' strictly for the birds' or can we hope to enjoy them as well?
Assistant producers
ROBIN HELLIER , GEORGE INGER
Series producer PETER CRAWFORD BBC Bristol

Contributors

Presented By: Angela Rippon
Unknown: Roger Lovegrove
Unknown: Joe Henson
Unknown: Phil Drabble
Unknown: Elizabeth Eyden
Unknown: Robin Hellier
Producer: Peter Crawford

: The Lively Arts: Robert Lowell: A Life Study

'When he died, I felt that the Big Top of poetry had lost its central pole.' (Seamus Heaney)
At Robert Lowell's death in 1977, he was widely regarded as America's finest poet, indeed the finest in the language. His work had an astonishing range: from New England's puritan past, to the most intimate details of his own personal life, and the larger historical perspectives of modern America - Vietnam, the Presidency, wars and assassinations. This study of his life for the Lively Arts includes unique archive footage of Robert Lowell talking about his work and, above all, reading it. Many of his closest friends also pay tribute to the man Eugene McCarthy has called 'the poet of history in America'.

Contributors

Film Editor: Sue New
Executive Producer: Bill Morton
Producer: David Cheshire

: Pot Black 80

BBC2 Snooker Championship
The seventh frame in the series for the 1980 Pot Black Trophy, featuring in Group 1:
Terry Griffiths , the current World Snooker Champion, v
Dennis Taylor , World Championship finalist 1979
The two players who dominated last year's World Championship Final at Sheffield meet for the first time on Pot Black.
Introduced by ALAN WEEKS Referee SYDNEY LEE
Commentator TED LOWE
Director ROY NORTON
Producer REG PERRIN. BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Player: Terry Griffiths
Player: Dennis Taylor
Introduced By: Alan Weeks
Commentator: Ted Lowe
Referee: Sydney Lee.
Director: Roy Norton
Producer: Reg Perrin.

: International Pro-Celebrity Golf

Lee's Team v Ben's Team for the Marley Trophy
Lee Trevino and Ben Crenshaw , two of America's superstars of golf, with the aid of their celebrity partners, oppose each other in the eighth match of this series, which tonight features
Sean Connery and Ben Crenshaw v Glen Campbell and Lee Trevino
This greensome match decides the winner of the trophy.
Introduced by Peter AlUss from the King's Course at Gleneagles Hotel, Scotland.
Television presentation
RICHARD TILLING and ALASTAIR SCOTT Producer DAVID KENNING

Contributors

Unknown: Ben Crenshaw
Unknown: Sean Connery
Unknown: Ben Crenshaw
Unknown: Glen Campbell
Unknown: Lee Trevino
Introduced By: Peter Aluss
Unknown: Richard Tilling
Unknown: Alastair Scott
Producer: David Kenning

: Jazz

Jazz-writer Mike Hennessey talks to the creator of the Newport Jazz Festival, George Wein , about styles and trends in jazz with particular reference to tonight's musicians, Clarence ' Gate mouth ' Brown, Jay McShann , B. B. King
Producer DON SAYER

Contributors

Talks: Mike Hennessey
Unknown: George Wein
Unknown: Jay McShann
Unknown: B. B. King
Producer: Don Sayer

: Shakespeare in Perspective

The Tempest
Laurens van der Post offers a personal view of the play which he describes as profoundly autobiographical - an exploration of Shakespeare's own inner nature.
Director DAVID WILSON Producer VICTOR POOLE
The BBC Television Shakespeare: The Tempest next Wednesday 8.30 pm

Contributors

Director: David Wilson
Producer: Victor Poole

: Late News

Weather

: Friday Night.... Saturday Morning

A way of ending the week with Ned Sherrin , plus music, guests and Quiz of the Week.
Designer MALCOLM THORNTON Director TONY TYLEY
Producer FRANCES WHITAKER

Contributors

Unknown: Ned Sherrin
Designer: Malcolm Thornton
Director: Tony Tyley
Producer: Frances Whitaker

: Closedown

ANNA MASSEY reads Choosing a Name by ANNE RIDLER

Contributors

Unknown: Anna Massey
Unknown: Anne Ridler








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