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: Open University

C.40 Materials Under Stress. 7.5 Sikhs in Britain. 7.39 Energy Transfer: Chemicals.

: Gharbar

A magazine for Asian women
Producer ASHOK RAMPAL. Directed by KRISHAN GOULD. BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Producer: Ashok Rampal.
Directed By: Krishan Gould.

: Closedown

: Play School

When Willy Went to the Wedding written and illustrated by JUDITH KERR. Presenters
Sheelagh Gilbey , Ben Thomas

Contributors

Illustrated By: Judith Kerr.
Unknown: Sheelagh Gilbey
Unknown: Ben Thomas

: Closedown

: Racing from Goodwood

Four races from the second day of the meeting.
2.30 The Cucumber Stakes (5f)
3.0 The St Roach's H'cap (1¼m)
3.30 The Predominate Stakes dim)
The last major trial for the Epsom Derby run over the full Classic distance.
4.0 The Raughmere Stakes (Old Mile)
Introduced by JULIAN WILSON
Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN , JIMMY LINDLEY and JOHN HANMER
Television presentation KEITH PHILLIPS

Contributors

Introduced By: Julian Wilson
Commentators: Peter O'Sullevan
Commentators: Jimmy Lindley
Commentators: John Hanmer
Unknown: Keith Phillips

: Closedown

: Open University

4.50 History of Mathematics. 5.15 Men, Machines and the Secretary. 5.4t Cloister to Cloister?: 2. 6.5 Plate Tectonics.
6.30 Moral Responsibility,

: Take the Mike

Do you know what's happening at the factory near you? Would you be any the wiser if, for example: one day a warehouse exploded and burning canisters rained down on you? This happened to the people of Stoke last year. The factory in question was storing dangerous chemicals under hazardous conditions, and without people knowing. A recent report following that fire has highlighted the deficiencies of the existing law, but little has been done to reassure the local community. They voice a growing public fear when they ask
What is Behind Closed Doors?
This is the third of six programmes giving a local issue a national airing.
Presented by John Getgood of BBC Radio Stoke
Made by the COMMUNITY PROGRAMME UNIT

Contributors

Presented By: John Getgood

: Mid-Evening News

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 The Kenny Everett Video Cassette (Thames), Chronicle: The Electric Revolution (BBC2) and the documentary on The Royal Ballet, Right Royal Company (BBC1) with author and actor Terry Jones , architect Piers Goff and dance critic Jan Murray.
Director JUDY MERRY
Producer JOHN ARCHER

Contributors

Presented By: Ludovic Kennedy
Unknown: Terry Jones
Unknown: Piers Goff
Unknown: Jan Murray.
Producer: John Archer

: Chelsea Flower Show

Each year the grounds of the Royal Hospital, Chelsea, provide the setting for Britain's greatest horticultural show.
Peter Seabrook and Ashley Stephenson join the thousands of garden lovers for whom an annual visit to Chelsea has become something of a pilgrimage - an unequalled opportunity to see the very best from single blooms to complete gardens.
Producer
MICHAEL LUMLEY
Preview and reports on Ceefax

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Seabrook
Unknown: Ashley Stephenson
Unknown: Michael Lumley

: Rhoda

A series of comedy films starring with and The second of a two-part story Five for the Road
Anyone for ghosts? Our brave band find themselves marooned in a deserted mansion for the night.
Directed by TONY MORMENTE

Contributors

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

: Private Schulz

A serial in six parts by JACK PULMAN , starring and featuring
3:May, 1940. Schulz parachutes into England with £2-million in fivers - his mission, to spend them unobtrusively and return to the Fatherland. But things go wrong from the moment he enters an English pub and orders a coffee.
Music CARL DAVIS
Designer SPENCER CHAPMAN Film editor JOHN STOTHART Photography JOHN BAKER
Producer PHILIP HINCHCLIFFE Director ROBERT CHETWYN

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Pulman
Editor: John Stothart
Unknown: John Baker
Producer: Philip Hinchcliffe
Director: Robert Chetwyn
Private Schulz: Michael Elphick
Melfort: Ian Richardson
the Countess: Caroline Blakiston
German newsreel commentator: John Shrapnel
Publican's wife: Fanny Carby
Publican: Derek Newark
Barnes: Eric Carte
Sam Maynard: Michael Barrington
Bus conductor: Hugh Walters
Hotel porter: Michael Bilton
Old military gentleman: Geoffrey Lumsden
Policeman: Ian Thompson
Policeman: Mike Savage
British newsreel commentator: Ronald Baddiley
Ernie: Ron Welling
Joe: John J Carney
Sergeant Major: Eamonn Boyce
Army captain: Robert McBain
Undertaker: Roy Montague

: Personal Pleasures with Sir Hugh Casson

A series of six programmes
3: G. F. Watts at Compton, Surrey Two buildings tucked away down a Surrey lane commemorate the Victorian artist and sculptor G. F. Watts. In his days of fame, Watts had a room to himself at the Tate Gallery and the National Portrait Gallery and was referred to as ' England's Michelangelo'.
The Chapel and the Art Gallery at Compton which were designed and built by his wife Mary, unique in character and atmosphere, are places Sir Hugh has known and visited over many years.
Film cameraman NIGEL MEAKIN Film editor JULIAN MILLER Produced by ANNE james

Contributors

Unknown: G. F. Watts.
Unknown: Nigel Meakin
Editor: Julian Miller
Produced By: Anne James

: Newsnight

: The Pursuit of Power

In the first of seven major interviews in which leading British politicians discuss their political philosophy, Robert McKenzie talks to The Rt Hon Tony Benn , MP.
Producer JAMES HOGAN
Executive producer PETER IBBOTSON

Contributors

Talks: Robert McKenzie
Unknown: Tony Benn
Producer: James Hogan
Producer: Peter Ibbotson








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