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: Open University

6 40 Telephone Systems

7.5 Instrumentation

7.30 M101/17 Relations

: Closedown

: Play School

Story: The Old Road by J.M SMITH-WRIGHT Presenters
Sheelagh Gilbey , Derek Griffiths

Contributors

Unknown: J.M Smith-Wright
Unknown: Sheelagh Gilbey
Unknown: Derek Griffiths

: Closedown

: Cricket: Second Test Wimbledon 80

The Cornhill Insurance Test Series
England v West Indies from Lord's Fourth day
The Lawn Tennis Championships direct from the All England Club featuring
The FirstRound of the Men's Singles Championship

: One Hundred Great Paintings

Continuing the series of some of the world's great paintings dating from Renaissance times to the present day. Each week a new theme. This week: Cities and starting today with El Greco (1541-1614)
View of Toledo at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, in which the splendid Spanish city is seen as if threatened by some tremendous supernatural storm. Written and presented by Edwin Mullins
Executive producers BILL MORTON and KENNETH CORDEN
Title symbol bv DAVID HOCKNEY Director chris JEANS
(Tomorrow - Vermeer's ' View o/ Delft ')

Contributors

Unknown: El Greco
Presented By: Edwin Mullins
Producers: Bill Morton
Producers: Kenneth Corden

: Mid-Evening News

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

: Dance Month

I am a Dancer
A film profile of one of the world's greatest dancers
Rudolf Nureyev
From ballet class to rehearsal to final performance, the film reveals the effort and the strain behind the triumph. Nureyev is shown as pupil and teacher, as a classical and modern dancer. An informal side of him is glimpsed as he prepares in his dressing-room for his next performance.
The centrepiece of the film is the complete performance of Marguerite and Armand created by SIR FREDERICK ASHTON for Nureyev and Margot Fonteyn. The film includes extracts from La Sylphide with Carla Fracci , Field Figures with Deanne Bergsma , and the final pas de deux from Sleeping Beauty with Lynn Seymour.
Narration written by JOHN PERCIVAL and spoken by BRYAN FORBES
Produced by EVDOROS DEMETRIOU
Directed by PIERRE JOURDAN. Films: p 7 The next Dance Month is on Wed at 8.10

Contributors

Dancers: Rudolf Nureyev
Unknown: Sir Frederick Ashton
Unknown: Margot Fonteyn.
Unknown: La Sylphide
Unknown: Carla Fracci
Unknown: Deanne Bergsma
Unknown: Lynn Seymour.
Written By: John Percival
Spoken By: Bryan Forbes
Produced By: Evdoros Demetriou
Directed By: Pierre Jourdan.

: The lnnes Book of Records

Neit Innes trills five more new ditties, including the heart-warming 'Children's song', the soul-searching 'Here we go again', and the morale-boosting 'Eurovision song contest man'. Guests tonight Fritz Spiegl and the Spieglers, Victor Burnett and June, Eric Bramall, Chris Somerville and the Hollinsclough Silver Band
Film cameraman JACK BELLAMY Film sound ALISTAIR CROCKER Film editor ARTHUR SOLOMAN Designer STEPHEN BROWNSEY Producer IAN KEILL
Director ANDREW GOSLING

Contributors

Unknown: Neit Innes
Unknown: Fritz Spiegl
Unknown: Spieglers Victor Burnett
Unknown: Eric Bramall
Unknown: Chris Somerville
Unknown: Jack Bellamy
Unknown: Alistair Crocker
Editor: Arthur Soloman
Designer: Stephen Brownsey
Producer: Ian Keill
Director: Andrew Gosling

: Brass Tacks

Full of Natural Goodness Presented by Eric Robson Britain's epidemic of heart disease has become the worst in the world -one man in three will die from it. And yet for years, doctors have been suggesting ways to reduce figures.
In 20 major industrial countries, including Britain, official medical committees have drawn a link between eating animal fats, and having heart attacks. Here, in Britain, the Department of Health has recommended that we eat less of these fats, but the Ministry of Agriculture doesn't appear to pay even lip-service to this advice. Our farmers are still encouraged to produce fat-laden meat, our meat processors still make pies and sausages containing 35% fat, and our dairy industry still tells us that butter is beneficial and that milk is ' full of natural goodness '.
Studio director PETER HAMILTON Producer JEREMY TAYLOR
Editor ALAN DOBSON. BBC Manchester
If you're got a point of view let's hear it. All participating BBC local radio stations will have a phone-in continuing the Brass Tacks debate (details on local radio page 68 of RADIO TIMES). Alternatively, write to Brass Tacks - Return Call, BBCtv, Oxford Road, Manchester M60 ISJ. (Return Call next Saturday will report back on what you think)

Contributors

Director: Peter Hamilton
Producer: Jeremy Taylor
Editor: Alan Dobson.

: Wimbledon 80

Match of the Day
Introduced by DAVID VINE Action from the Men's Singles plus interviews, main news and results.

Contributors

Introduced By: David Vine

: Newsnight

Peter Snow, Peter Hobday, John Tusa and Charles Wheeler report. Weather and sports news from Linda Alexander and Shaun Brown

Contributors

Unknown: John Tusa
Unknown: Charles Wheeler
Unknown: Linda Alexander
Unknown: Shaun Brown

: Cricket: Second Test

The Cornhill Insurance Test Series
England v West Indies from Lord's
RICHIE BENAUD introduces highlights of the fourth day's play.

Contributors

Introduces: Richie Benaud








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