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: Open University

6.40 The Venetian Twins. 7.30 Wolverton for Pride: The Interview.

: Closedown

: Play School

: Closedown

: Open University

4.50 Josh's File. 5.15 Stereochemistry.
5.40 Maths: Multiplying Matrices. 6.5 M101/7 Functions, Graphs. 6.30 Electric Money.

: Artists in Print

What is a print? The last film of the series explains the various kinds of ' 'print' sold on the market. It explains the differences between original prints and reproductions and follows the making of a reproduction by the Tate Gallery.
Film editor HOWARD SHARP Producer SUZANNE DAVIES

Contributors

Producer: Suzanne Davies

: Cameo

Black-winged stilts gracefully pirouette in courtship alongside colonies of wood storks, skimmers and egrets. In autumn the skies are snowflaked with thousands of geese. Salton Sea, California, is a refuge for wildlife.
Photographed, produced by STEPHEN MILLS Presented by KEITH HOPKINS . BBC Bristol

Contributors

Produced By: Stephen Mills
Presented By: Keith Hopkins

: Mid-Evening News

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

: Roots of England

A series of six films about English communities where the past is still strongly reflected in the present. 5: Guiting Power
In 1958 a Scots-born Wiltshire farmer bought half a decaying Cotswold village, accepting with it the title of Lord of the Manor and the challenge of a village ' asking desperately for help'. Now the cottages his Trust restored are available only to local families and a thriving village school points to a future for a traditional Cotswold village.
Brian Trueman talks to the Lord of the Manor, Raymond Cochrane , and to members of old-established local families who, for the most part, approve of this in-comer whose money has bought continuity for the village.
Film cameraman ARTHUR SMITH Film recordist JACK WILSON Film editor PETER MARSH Director JOHN c. MILLER BBC Manchester
Book (same title), £7.45, from bookshops

Contributors

Talks: Brian Trueman
Unknown: Raymond Cochrane
Unknown: Arthur Smith
Unknown: Jack Wilson
Editor: Peter Marsh
Director: John C. Miller

: Marti Caine

In tonight's programme Marti's special guests Showaddywaddy Bruce Dukov , Joy and GEOFF RICHER'S FIRST EDITION
Written by SPIKE MULUNS , TERRY RAVENSCROFT Choreography GEOFFREY RICHER
Musical director RONNIE HAZLEHURST Vocal backing JEAN GILBERT LINDA JARDIM , VICTY SILVA
Costume designer VERITY LEWIS sound LEN SHOREY. Lighting BILL MILLAR Designer GARRY FREEMAN Producer STANLEY APPEL

Contributors

Unknown: Bruce Dukov
Written By: Spike Muluns
Written By: Terry Ravenscroft
Director: Ronnie Hazlehurst
Unknown: King Jean Gilbert
Unknown: Linda Jardim
Designer: Verity Lewis
Unknown: Len Shorey.
Designer: Garry Freeman
Producer: Stanley Appel

: Yes Minister

The last of seven programmes A Question of Loyalty written by ANTONY JAY and JONATHAN LYNN , starring
Paul Eddington , Nigel Hawthorne with Derek Fowlds
Lighting DEREK SLEE Sound ALAN MACHIN
Designer TONY BURROUGH
Producer PETER WHITMORE See Letters page
Sub-titles on Ceefax page 270

Contributors

Written By: Antony Jay
Written By: Jonathan Lynn
Unknown: Paul Eddington
Unknown: Nigel Hawthorne
Unknown: Derek Fowlds
Unknown: Lighting Derek Slee
Unknown: Sound Alan MacHin
Designer: Tony Burrough
Producer: Peter Whitmore
Jim Hacker, MP: Paul Eddington
Sir Humphrey: Nigel Hawthorne
Bernard Woolley: Derek Fowlds
Betty Oldham, MP: Judy Parfitt
Sir Mark Spencer: Nigel Stock
Peter: John Pennington
Gillian: Rosemary Williams
Chairman: Anthony Dawes
MP: John Rolfe

: Horizon

East of Bombay
Eighty per cent of India's 650 million people live in the villages. Children die of diseases long forgotten in the West, and adult life is blighted by TB, leprosy and blindness. Health care is poor. Most doctors prefer to live in the cities, where life is easier.
But two Indian doctors, RAJNIKANT and MABELLE AROLE, are training a group of illiterate villagers to tackle many of their own health problems. It seems that they can often do a better job than doctors. One such village health worker is a Hindu untouchable called SALUBAI. She is now one of the most respected women in her village, Rajuree. Salubai's work has led to better health and to dramatic social change.
Narrator PETER WILLIAMS
Film editor MICHAEL FLYNN
Editor SIMON CAMPBELL-JONES
Produced by CHRISTOPHER SYKES

Contributors

Narrator: Peter Williams
Editor: Michael Flynn
Editor: Simon Campbell-Jones
Produced By: Christopher Sykes

: Say It with Baby Grand

Calling all keep-fit freaks, DIY addicts, gardeners, scrum-halves and scuba-divers. Making the most of your leisure hours? Musical review group Baby Grand think it's unlikely. Special guest
Andy Fairweather Low
Choreography STUART hopps
Lighting BARRIE SMITH , ALAN SUMMERFIELD Designer JULIAN WILLIAMS Directed by AVRIL PRICE
Produced by DAVID RICHARDS BBC Cymru/Wales

Contributors

Unknown: Andy Fairweather Low
Unknown: Choreography Stuart
Unknown: Barrie Smith
Unknown: Alan Summerfield
Designer: Julian Williams
Directed By: Avril Price
Produced By: David Richards

: Newsnight

Peter Snow, Charles Wheeler , John Tusa and Peter Hobday present an informed account of what's happening in the world; special reports from the BBC's correspondents at home and abroad, investigations by Newsnight's own team of reporters into what's going on behind the headlines; the latest news and weather forecast from LINDA ALEXANDER , plus the evening's sports results from DAVID ICKE.
Producer PAUL NORRIS Directors
ALEX SAWARD and JOHN WILKINSON Assignment editors
GEORGE WALKER and JOHN MAHONEY Editor GEORGE CAREY

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Wheeler
Unknown: John Tusa
Unknown: Peter Hobday
Unknown: Linda Alexander
Unknown: David Icke.
Producer: Paul Norris
Directors: Alex Saward
Directors: John Wilkinson
Editors: George Walker
Editors: John Mahoney
Editor: George Carey








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