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: Open University

6.40 Maths - The Dodecahedral Group

7.5 Computer Peripherals

7.30 BART Programme 2

: Closedown

: Play School

Story: Mr Ford , the Butcher Presenters
Sarah Long , Ben Thomas
Pianist RICHARD BROWN
Engineering manager ALAN HITCHCOCK Video-tape editor NEIL PITTAWAY Written by ROBIN HALDANE Production ANNE GOBEY
Kxecutive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
Book. Play School: Ready to Play, £1.50, from bookshops. Play On (record REC 332, cassette ZCM 332); Bang on a Drum, songs from Play School and Play Away (record REC 242, or cassette MRMC 0041, from record shops

Contributors

Unknown: Mr Ford
Presenters: Sarah Long
Pianist: Ben Thomas
Pianist: Richard Brown
Unknown: Alan Hitchcock
Editor: Neil Pittaway
Written By: Robin Haldane
Unknown: Anne Gobey
Producer: Cynthia Felgate

: Closedown

: Open University

4.50 Woyzeck

5.40 Doctors - Too Few or Too Many?

6.5 Polluted Water

6.30 Evaluating Arguments

: Brighton Boat Show

from Brighton Marina where Paul Heiney and Judi Lines take a look at what's on offer at this impressive display of boats, and highlight the pleasures of family boating.
Engineering managers
ALAN WOOLFORD , JACK BELASCO Television presentation SIMON BEITS

Contributors

Unknown: Brighton Marina
Unknown: Paul Heiney
Unknown: Judi Lines
Unknown: Alan Woolford
Unknown: Simon Beits

: Mid-Evening News

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

: Newsweek

Politics or Sport?
The long wrangle over who will go to the Moscow Olympics has brought to a head a decade of bitter arguments about politics and sport. How far must sport now take account of political pressures? Has the division between sport and politics gone for ever?
Donald MacCormick reports on the future for sport after Moscow.
Producer PETER KENYATTA Editor PETER IBBOTSON

Contributors

Unknown: Donald MacCormick
Producer: Peter Kenyatta
Editor: Peter Ibbotson

: One Man and His Dog

The BBC Television International Sheepdog Championship
Introduced by Phil Drabble with ERIC HALSALL The Finals
The sweeping Lakeland fells above
Crummock Water provide the backcloth to this last day of the television trials, when the close working bond between master and collie is tested to the full.
Winners of both competitions receive the BBC Trophy and the Sash of Honour from the International Sheep Dog Society. The Finalists: Singles
BOB SHENNAN and Mirk (SCOTLAND) v the winner of last week's second Semi-final Brace
GEORGE HUTTON with Nip and Roy (ENGLAND) v the winner of last week s Brace competition
Technical co-ordinator GEOFF LOMAS Director PETER MASSEY Producer IAN SMITH

Contributors

Introduced By: Phil Drabble
Unknown: Bob Shennan
Unknown: George Hutton
Unknown: Geoff Lomas
Director: Peter Massey
Producer: Ian Smith

: A Question of Guilt

Being a reconstruction in eight parts of the mysterious case surrounding Adelaide Bartlett written by DOUGLAS LIVINGSTONE with and 6: New Year's Eve finds Edwin happy in spirit, healthy in appetite. New Year's Day finds him dead.
For full cast see Tuesday page 49 ( Part 7 next Tuesday)

Contributors

Written By: Douglas Livingstone
Adelaide: Marianne Borgo
The Rev George Dyson: Bosco Hogan
Dr Leach: Nigel Havers
Mr Bartlett: Frank Middlemass
Sir Charles Russell: Thorley Walters

: Jeremy Taylor

invites you to join him and his friends for music, songs and humour. Among his poems and songs will be ' Prawns in the game', 'The day I Smashed the TV ' and ' New Stanley Grill
Featuring Telephone Bill and the Smooth Operators and special guests: Barbara Dickson
The Cambridge Buskers
Costume RUPERT JARVIS. Sound LEN SHOREY Lighting FRED WRIGHT. Designer JON rusEY Producer MARCUS PLANTIN

Contributors

Unknown: Barbara Dickson
Unknown: Rupert Jarvis.
Unknown: Fred Wright.
Producer: Marcus Plantin

: Your Life in their Hands

Marilyn [text removed] 's Operation
The fact that Jennifer, now three months old, was born at all is regarded by her parents as ' something of a miracle'. This is the poignant story of that miracle, and of the extraordinary medical techniques used to bring Jennifer into the world and keep her alive. Narrator ROBERT WINSTON
Film cameraman GODFREY JOHNSON Film recordist JULIAN BALDWIN Film editor KEVIN HEWITT
Production assistant FIONA HOLMES Producer JOHN MANSFIELD

Contributors

Unknown: Marilyn [text removed]
Unknown: Godfrey Johnson
Unknown: Julian Baldwin
Editor: Kevin Hewitt
Unknown: Fiona Holmes
Producer: John Mansfield

: Tales from a Long Room

The second of two illustrated extravaganzas by PETER TINNISWOOD The Congo Affair
Told by Robin Baitey
Mr Robin Bailey 's magic lantern slide lectures end with an account of the mcc's first and only tour of the Belgian Congo. Wisden's Almanac gives only the sketchiest outline of this landmark in the history of the 20th century. Tonight, we learn the inside story of a tour whose ramifications are felt to this day wherever cricket is played.
Director non BLAGDEN Producer TONY I.ARYEA

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Tinniswood
Told By: Robin Baitey
Told By: Mr Robin Bailey
Producer: Tony I.Aryea

: Newsnight

including news summary, weather forecast and sports results

: Something Else

i Shown on Saturday at 6.10 pin)








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