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: Open University

6.40 lATA: Clinchins a Deal.

7.5 Education in Portugal : 2.

7.30 Human Behaviour.

: Closedown

: Gharbar

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

Contributors

Producer: Ashok Rampal
Director: Krishan Gould

: Conservative Party Conference 1980

Live coverage of the second day Reporting team
ROBIN DAY and DAVID DIMBLEBY

Contributors

Unknown: David Dimbleby

: Play School

: Conservative Party Conference

Further coverage from Brighton

: Closedown

: Open University

4.50 Maths: Complex Analysis

5.15 Can-formation in Proteins II

[5.40-6.05 Interval]

6.05 World Modelling on Trial

: Closedown

: Embroidery

Ten programmes about modern embroidery.
Presented by JAN BEANEY 5: Patchwork
Not the traditional geometric Patchwork, but a modern variant where you design for yourself. Jan Beaney shows how it's done.
Director ERICA GRIFFITHS Producer JENNY ROGERS

Contributors

Presented By: Jan Beaney
Unknown: Jan Beaney
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: some great Victorians - Robert Martin on Tennyson and his secret malady, Leon Garfield with the ending Dickens did not live to write and Sir John Betjeman apostrophises the Victorian church of his forebears.

Contributors

Presenter: Robert Robinson
Unknown: Robert Martin
Unknown: Leon Garfield
Unknown: Sir John Betjeman
Researcher: Susan Paton
Researcher: Christopher Warren
Director: Ann Freer
Editor: Robert Robinson

: XTC at The Manor

The fifth of six programmes from the Bristol Arts Unit investigates some of the mysteries of rock 'n' roll.
XTC is a four-man rock group from Swindon, who spent a weekend in August at The Manor - a manor house near Oxford now established as a 'living-in' recording studio - making their new single "Towers of London".
Shadowed by television cameras and microphones, the members of XTC - Andy Partridge, Colin Moulding, Terry Chambers, Dave Gregory - and their producer Steve Lilliwhite expound and demonstrate the complexities of multi-track recording.
BBC Bristol

Contributors

Musician: Andy Partridge
Musician: Colin Moulding
Musician: Terry Chambers
Musician: Dave Gregory
Record Producer: Steve Lilliwhite
Engineering Manager: Geoff Stafford
Videotape Editor: Nigel Perry
Director: Roy Chapman
Produced and narrated by: Tony Staveacre

: M*A*S*H

starringwithand
The Billfold Syndrome
A setback in his private life makes Charles so mad that he refuses to speak to anyone in the Unit.
Written hy KEN LEVINE and DAVID ISAACS Directed by ALAN ALDA

Contributors

Unknown: Ken Levine
Unknown: David Isaacs
Directed By: Alan Alda
Hawkeye: Alan Alda
B J Hunnicutt: Mike Farrell
Col Potter: Harry Morgan
Radar: Gary Burghoff
Klingcr: Jamie Farr
Hotlips: Loretta Swit
Major Charles Winchester: David Ogden Sticrs

: We, the Accused

by ERNEST RAYMOND The last of five parts dramatised by JULIA JONES
Hunted down in the Lake District and arrested by Chief Inspector Boltro, Paul and Myra will stand trial for the murder of Elinor.
Music composed and conducted by DARYLRONSWICK
Studio lighting DAVE SYDENHAM Script editor BETTY WILLINGALE DesignerBARBARA GOSNOLD Producer JONATHAN POWELL Directed hy RICHARD STROUD
Theme music on record (RESL 83). from record shops

Contributors

Unknown: Ernest Raymond
Dramatised By: Julia Jones
Unknown: Dave Sydenham
Editor: Betty Willingale
Designer: Barbara Gosnold
Producer: Jonathan Powell
Unknown: Richard Stroud
Paul Presset: Ian Holm
Myra Bawne: Angela Down
Sir Hayman Drewer: Charles Gray
Sir Kenneth Eddy: Derek Farr
Chief Insp Boltro: Iain Cuthbertson
Bessie Furle: Tulia McCarthy
Mrs Briscoll: Brenda Cowling
Briscoll: David Lodge
Annie Mavis: Debbie Farrington
Dr Waterhall: Frank Gatliff
Inglewood: Christopher Benjamin
Jane Presset: Betty Hardy
Aubrev Presset: Alan Webb
Lady Drewer: Ruth Trouncer
Forrest: Peter Wilson
The Rev Hanks: Philip Stone
Edith Hanks: Ysanne Churchman
Doyle: Hugh Thomas
Governor: Preston Lockwood
Judge: Christopher Banks
Clerk of Court: Richard Simpson
Jury Foreman: Jason James
Usher: John Baker
Chaplain: Byron Sotiris
Old lag: Chris Gannon
Reception officer: Barry Summerford
Prison officer: Peter MacKlen
Wrexham: Richard Ireson
Crompton: Norman Mitchell

: Rock Week Concert: Cream's Last Concert

A chance, to see again part of the farewell performance of one of the premier British bands of the 60s. The concert was recorded at the Royal Albert Hall in November 1968.

Contributors

Musician (Cream): Eric Clapton
Musician (Cream): Jack Bruce
Musician (Cream): Ginger Baker
Television Presentation: Michael Appleton

: Newsnight

Including Conservative Party Conference Report








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