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: Open University

6.40 Any Old Copper.

7.5 The Mannheim Sound.

7.38 Chemical Processes.

: 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

Story: Cuthbert and Bimbo written and illustrated by ALTHEA Presenters
Floella Benjamin, Don Spencer

Contributors

Unknown: Don Spencer

: Closedown

: Open University

4.50 The Villa Farnesina. 5.15 Analogue
Systems. 5.40 Curriculum in Action:
What Did I Do? 6.5 Computers: How They Work. 6.30 Jumpers.

Contributors

Unknown: Villa Farnesina.

: Take the Mike

If the Government threatened to intervene in the running of your town, would you be pleased or angry? Sheffield City Council is just one of several towns at odds with the Government over council house sales.
Local government concerns many aspects of everyday life: housing, transport and essential social services. Sheffield has a good record on these. That's what their supporters elected them for. But some ratepayers, particularly local businesses, are less keen to foot the bill. The people from Sheffield ask Who Runs the Town?
This is the fourth of six programmes giving a local issue a national airing.
Presented by Michael Cooke of BBC Radio Sheffield.
Made by the COMMUNITY PROGRAMME unit

Contributors

Presented By: Michael Cooke

: Mid-Evening News

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

: Did You See...?

A review of the week's television presented by Ludovic Kennedy
With a discussion of People from the Forest, the BBC2 film about the Soviet scientist and dissident ANDREI SAKHAROV , inventor of the hydrogen bomb and Nobel prize-winner. Among those taking part are Peter Redaway , senior lecturer in political science at the London School of Economics, and Peter Prince , writer of the BBC series Oppenheimer.
Also Robin Denslow , Newsnight reporter and rock critic of The Guardian, with a critical report on television's treatment of rock music.
Director JUDY MERRY
Producer JOHN ARCHER

Contributors

Presented By: Ludovic Kennedy
Unknown: Andrei Sakharov
Unknown: Peter Redaway
Unknown: Peter Prince
Unknown: Robin Denslow
Producer: John Archer

: Whose Art Is It, Anyway?

The fifth of seven Chronicle films
' If the Crown Jewels were in Australia or Nigeria, obviously you'd want to have them back'.
(DR EKPO EYO of Nigeria)
For centuries western museums and private collectors have been acquiring works of art from the rest of the world - as war loot, as gifts from chiefs, in archaeological digs, through smuggling. Some of this material wouldn't otherwise have survived; most of it now has enormous commercial value in the salerooms.
Today, ex-colonial countries - especially in Africa-are re-discovering their past. Through UNESCO they are asserting a moral claim for the return of many items removed during the colonial period and now regarded as part of their national heritage.
Should objects be returned? Which pieces and to whom? What will happen to them if they are returned?
Film editor ANDREW PACE Producer BEN SHEPHARD
Series editor BRUCE NORMAN
Chronicle, an anthology of programmes 1967-77, £5.75. from bookshops

Contributors

Editor: Andrew Pace
Producer: Ben Shephard
Editor: Bruce Norman

: Rhoda

A series of comedy films starring with Jack's New Image
... is certainly trendy.
Directed by NANCY WALKER

Contributors

Directed By: Nancy Walker
Rhoda: Valerie Harper
Brenda: Julie Kavner
Jack: Kenneth McMillan
Benny: Ray Buktenica
Gary: And Ron Silver

: Private Schulz

A serial in six parts by JACK PULMAN starring and featuring
4:Schulz falls once more beneath the capricious command of MajorNeuheim: but his hopes soar when fate places within his grasp Neuheim's sexy new secretary - and a million pounds!
Music CARL DAVIS
Costume designer BARBARA LANE Designer SPENCER CHAPMAN Producer rmur BINCHCLIFFE Director ROBERT CHETWYN

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Pulman
Designer: Barbara Lane
Designer: Spencer Chapman
Director: Robert Chetwyn
Private Schulz: Michael Elphiet
Major Neuheim: Ian Richardson
Bertha Freyer: Billie Whitelaw
Gertrude Steiner: Rula Lenska
German newsreel voice: John Shrapnel
Cpl Schumacher: Terknce Suffolk
Kruger: Clive Merrison
British newsreel voice: Ronald Baddiley
Violinist: Alla Sharova
Solly: Cyril Shaps
Becker: Walter Sparrow
Walter Schmidt: Mark Wingett
Gruber: Derek Martin

: Personal Pleasures with Sir Hugh Casson

A series of six programmes in which Sir Hugh Casson , architect and President of the Royal Academy, shows viewers some of the places that delight him.
4:Castle Drogo, Devonshire
Julius Drewe , who owned the grocery store ' Home and Colonial', did what most people only dream about: he built himself a castle -the last castle to be built in England. The architect he chose was Edwin Lutyens who, already famous for his fine houses, was also to build the new capital city of India, Delhi. As an architect himself, SIR HUGH CASSON finds this unique building particularly fascinating.
Film cameraman FINTANSHEEHAN Film editor MALCOLM DANIEL Produced by ANNE JAMES

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Hugh Casson
Unknown: Julius Drewe
Unknown: Edwin Lutyens
Unknown: Sir Hugh Casson
Editor: Malcolm Daniel
Produced By: Anne James

: Newsnight

With PETER SNOW, CHARLES WHEELER , JOHN TUSA and PETER HOBDAY

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Wheeler
Unknown: John Tusa
Unknown: Peter Hobday

: The Pursuit of Power

The second of seven major interviews with British politicians.
This week Robert McKenzie talks to The Rt Hon Enoch Powell , MP
Producer JAMESHOGAN
Executive producer PETER IBBOTSON

Contributors

Talks: Robert McKenzie
Unknown: Enoch Powell
Producer: Peter Ibbotson








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