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: Open University

6.40 Interface Bus. 7.5 Whittlesea Mere.
7.39 Genes and Development.

: Closedown

: Gharbar

A programme for Asian women
Producer ASIIOK RAMPAL
Director KRISHAN GOULD. BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Director: Krishan Gould.

: Labour Party Conference 1980

Live coverage of the third day Reporting team ROBIN DAY
DAVID DIMBLEBY , ROBERT MCKENZIE

Contributors

Unknown: Robin Day
Unknown: David Dimbleby
Unknown: Robert McKenzie

: Play School

: Labour Party Conference

Further coverage from Blackpool

: Closedown

2.0 Further coverage

: Open University

4.50 Genetic Engineering. 5.15 Conformation in Proteins: 1. 5.40 The Acropolis of Athens. 6.5 The Crossman Legacy.
6.30 Science Fiction.

: Embroidery

Ten programmes about modern embroidery.
Presented by JAN BEANEY 4: Surface Textures
Canvas work or ' 'tapestry' is one of the most versatile and one of the oldest embroidery techniques. Jan Beaney and DIANA SPRINGALL show how it can be used to create a rich variety of effects, ranging from an exquisite little jewellery box to a huge wall-hanging. y
Director ERICA GRIFFITHS Producer JENNY ROGERS
Book (same title), £2.50, from bookshops

Contributors

Presented By: Jan Beaney
Unknown: Jan Beaney
Unknown: Diana Springall
Director: Erica Griffiths
Producer: Jenny Rogers

: Mid-Evening News

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

: The Book Programme

Presented by Robert Robinson
The authors, the critics, the publishers: profiles, reviews, analysis from the world of letters. This week: F. R. Leavis. In his new portrait of the great Cambridge critic, William Walsh claims him as fourth in line of succession to Johnson, Coleridge and Matthew Arnold , in spite of his 'gift for striding into discomfort and even disaster '. Clive James and George Steiner join the biographer to discuss this proposition.
Also, Arthur Marshall goes down memory lane and George Melly reviews the Mona Lisa in song.
Researchers
CHRISTOPHER WARREN. SUSAN PATON Director ANN FREER
Editor ROBERT ROBINSON

Contributors

Presented By: Robert Robinson
Unknown: F. R. Leavis.
Unknown: William Walsh
Unknown: Matthew Arnold
Unknown: Clive James
Unknown: George Steiner
Unknown: Arthur Marshall
Unknown: George Melly
Unknown: Mona Lisa
Unknown: Christopher Warren.
Unknown: Paton Director Ann
Editor: Robert Robinson

: Rex Whistler

The fourth in a series of six programmes from the BBC's Bristol Arts Unit. An artist's progress from the country houses of aristocratic England to an early death in 1944 on the battlefields of Normandy.
REX WHISTLER - painter, cartoonist, decorator, theatre designer - is remembered by his brother LAURENCE WHISTLER , SIR CECIL BEATON , LORD DAVID CECIL and LADY PENE-
LOPE REED.
Narrator MICHAEL HORDERN
Script JUDY MARLS
Producer DEREK BAILEY. BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Laurence Whistler
Unknown: Sir Cecil Beaton
Unknown: Lord David Cecil
Narrator: Michael Hordern
Producer: Derek Bailey.

: M*A*S*H

Commander Pierce
When Hawkeye temporarily takes over command of the 4077th he finds that there's not a lot of room at the top after all ...
Written by RONNY GRAHAM Directed by BURT METCALFE

Contributors

Written By: Ronny Graham
Directed By: Burt Metcalfe
Hawkeye: Starring Alan Aida
B J Hunnicutt: Mike Farrell
Hotlips: With Loretta Swit
Major Charles Winchester: David Ogden Stiers
Colonel Potter: Harry Morgan
Klinger: Jamie Farr
Radar: Gary Burghoff

: We, the Accused

by ERNEST RAYMOND
Dramatised in five parts by JULIA JONES
4: Myra, knowing that Paul murdered his wife, has decided to stand by him. On the run in Sus-sex with the police, headed by Boltro, closing in, it seems they have nowhere to go.
Music composed and conducted by DARYL RUNSWICK
Film editor CHRIS WILMBLE
Script editor BETTY WILLINGALE Designer BARBARA GOSNOLD Photography KEN WESTBURY Producer JONATHAN POWELL Directed by RICHARD STROUD

Contributors

Unknown: Julia Jones
Conducted By: Daryl Runswick
Editor: Chris Wilmble
Editor: Betty Willingale
Designer: Barbara Gosnold
Producer: Jonathan Powell
Directed By: Richard Stroud
Paul Presset: Ian Holm
Myra Bawne: Angela Down
Chief Insp Boltro: Iain Cuthbertson
Det-Sgt Doyle: Hugh Thomas
Inspector Yarr: John Woodnutt
Superintendent Kerslake: Ralph Nossek
Inspector: James Appleby
Reporter: Tony Brooks
Mr Cullingford: Michael Troughton
Florrie: Sheila McCormacK
Florrie's husband: Robert Keegan
Sarah: Annie Hulley
Pete: Peter Walmsley
Sandy: Simon Molloy
Sergeant: Alan Partington
Motorcycle PC: Fraser Wilson
Shopkeeper: Dinah Handley

: Jack High

The Kodak Masters Bowls Tournament from Beach House Park, Worthing
Tonight's programme decides which four flat green bowlers go through from the initial' round-robin ' section of the tournament into the semi-finals. The featured match is between MAL HUGHES of England and DAVID MCGILL of Scotland, and whoever wins will be sure of a semi-final place. Introduced by DAVID VINE
Commentator DAVID RHYS JONES
Producer JOHNNIE WATHERSTON

Contributors

Unknown: David McGill
Introduced By: David Vine
Producer: Johnnie Watherston

: Newsnight

Including
Labour Party Conference Report








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