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: Open University

6.40 Aluminium in Lynemouth. 7.5 Loch Lomond Glaciation. 7.31 Internal Energy,

: Closedown

: Gharbar

The aim of this magazine programme for Asian women is to provide advice and information on matters of interest to them.
Producer ASHOK RAMPAL
Directed by KRISHAN GOULD BBC Birmingham
Write to Gharbar, Asian Unit, BBC, Pebble Mill Road. Birmingham BS 7QQ, with your comments and suggestions.

Contributors

Producer: Ashok Rampal
Directed By: Krishan Gould

: Closedown

: Play School

The Very Hungry Caterpillar written and illustrated by ERIC CARLE Presenters
Lucie Skeaping , Chris Tranchell

Contributors

Illustrated By: Eric Carle
Unknown: Lucie Skeaping
Unknown: Chris Tranchell

: Closedown

: Open University

4.50 Conflict in the Family. 5.15 Governing Schools: The Meeting. 5.48 Curriculum in Action: ' How Wonderful Was It? ' 6.S Computers: Algorithms.
6.30 Music and Images.

: Take the Mike

The traditional rural way of life is threatened by the harsh economic realities of today's agricultural industry. But it's not really the farmers' fault. Land is a valuable investment commodity. When a farmer's fields become a banker's hedge against inflation the costs rise higher than the crops. The pressure is on the landowner to farm his own land. The pressure is on the farmer to get bigger and more mechanised. Farms and jobs disappear, and sometimes whole villages with them. What can be done to stop the rot, and to give young farmers and farm-workers a chance? Members of the rural community of Lincolnshire gather together to ask
Whose Land is it Anyway?
This is the second of six programmes giving a local issue a national hearing.
Presented by Malcolm Swire of BBC Radio Lincolnshire
Made by the COMMUNITY PROGRAMME UNIT

Contributors

Presented By: Malcolm Swire

: Mid-EveningNews

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

: Did You See...?

A review of the past week's television presented by Ludovic Kennedy , who discusses JOHN PILGER 'S documentary Heroes (ATV) about the plight of returning American Vietnam war veterans, The Play for Today: Psy Warriors (BBC1), and the film biography of the Israeli military leader and statesman Dayan (BBC2), with Roger Mills , who was recently given a BAFTA award for his work in documentaries, the military historian John Keegan , and Diane Harron who reported on the Israeli army in the BBC series Women at Arms.,
Director TONY TYLET
Producer JOHN ARCHER

Contributors

Presented By: Ludovic Kennedy
Unknown: John Pilger
Unknown: Roger Mills
Unknown: John Keegan
Unknown: Diane Harron
Producer: John Archer

: The Electric Revolution

The fourth of seven Chronicle films If it's not old, it can't be historic - or can it? The demolition of the Firestone factory last year caused a major public uproar and a new list of protected buildings of architectural and historic merit which for the first time were drawn from the 20th century. Many of these buildings, like the late-lamented Firestone, were constructed for industry.
Kenneth Hudson investigates the major industrial revolution which they represent, a revolution which far outscales that of any previous epoch and which, for anyone looking for its monuments, is almost over.
Film cameraman COLIN WALDECK Film editor JEFF SIIAW Producer RAY SUTCLIFFE
Series editor BRUCE NORMAN
Chronicle, an anthology of programmes 1967-77, £5.75, from bookshops

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Hudson
Editor: Bruce Norman

: Rhoda

A series of comedy films starring
A two-part story
Five for the Road: 1
Jack hits the road with Rhoda-and Brenda and Benny and Ida and all for a quiet life.
Directed by TONY MORDENTE (Part 2 next iceek)

Contributors

Directed By: Tony Mordente
Rhoda: Valerie Harper
Brenda: Julie Kavncr
Ida: Nancy Walker
Jack: Kenneth McMillan
Benny: Ray Buktenica

: Private Schulz

A serial in six parts by JACK PULMAN , starring
2: Schulz and his team of forgers begin their momentous task of recreating perfect Bank of England notes. Meanwhile, Germany invades France and the Low Countries. It dawns on Schulz that the war might be over before they can produce the counterfeit notes.
Music CARL DAVIS
Studio sound NORMAN CANLIN , BRIAN hilis Designer SPENCER CHAPMAN
Producer PHILIP HINCHCLIFFE Director ROBERT CHETWYN

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Pulman
Unknown: Norman Canlin
Designer: Spencer Chapman
Producer: Philip Hinchcliffe
Director: Robert Chetwyn
Private Schulz: Michael Elphick
Major Neuheim: Ian Richardson
Bertha Freyer: Billie Whitelaw
Newsreel voice: John Shrapnel
Cpl Schumacher: Terence Suffolk
Solly: Cyril Siiaps
Becker: Walter Sparrow
Violinist: Alla Sharova
Prof Bodelschwingh: David Swift
Kitty: Darlene Johnson
Capt Ohm: Trevor T Smith
Frau Bodelschwingh: Pam St Clement
Krauss: Ken Campbell
Radio voice: Clive Merrison

: Personal Pleasures with Sir Hugh Casson

A series of six programmes. 2: Portmeirion
Many who see this fantastic village for the first time wonder if they have not walked straight on to a film set, and with good reason: the famous TV series The Prisoner was shot in Portmeirion.
Sir Hugh Casson 's first visit was many years ago. when it was still an overgrown plantation. He has seen this architectural dream-village grow slowly over the years out of wild terrain, and in this film he explores the place which still delights him and talks of his friend and architectural colleague SIR CLOUGH WILLIAMS-ELLIS , the man who conceived and built , it.
Film cameraman COLIN WALDECK
Film editor TERRY GABELL Produced by ANNE JAMES
(Sir Hugh Casson is in Kaleidoscope on Radio 4 on Friday at 9.30 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Hugh Casson
Unknown: Sir Clough Williams-Ellis
Unknown: Colin Waldeck
Produced By: Anne James
Produced By: Sir Hugh Casson

: Newsnight









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