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: Open University

6.40 The Ghost Sonata. 7.30 Sanction. and Rhodesia: 3

: Play School

Story: Dominik's Day Out by GRACE READ
Photographs by BARRY BOXALL Presenters
Carol Chell , Johnny Ball
Materials for Play School on Ceefax Page 279

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Boxall
Unknown: Carol Chell
Unknown: Johnny Ball

: Closedown

: Open University

4.50 Self-Concept. 5.15 The GC/MS
Link-up. 5.40 Maths: In Perspective. 6.5 M101/19 Matrices: 1. 6.31 A Milk Run.

: Six Fifty-five Special

The early evening magazine again offers some relaxed entertainment to suit the summer mood. In short, there is good music, interesting guests and pleasant conversation. Editor JIM DUMIGHAM "BC Birmingham

Contributors

Editor: Jim Dumigham

: Return Call to Brass Tacks

If it Can Happen in Coventry
Eric Robson reports what viewers have been saying about the issues raised in last week's Brass Tacks.
Producer PETER HAMILTON Editor COLIN ADAMS BBC Manchester

Contributors

Producer: Peter Hamilton
Editor: Colin Adams

: Mid-Evening News

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

: Under the Weather

with Jack Scott
A series of six programmes about the workings of our weather and the complexities of forecasting. 2: Among the Clouds
If you can see and ' read the clouds, you can make quite good short-term forecasts even without such professional aids as satellites and the new radar network.
Director FRANK ASH
Producer BRENDA HORSFIELD

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Scott
Director: Frank Ash
Producer: Brenda Horsfield

: Secret Army: The Last Run

by N.J. Crisp
starring Bernard Hepton as Albert, Angela Richards as Monique, Clifford Rose as Kessler, Terrence Hardiman as Reinhardt with Juliet Hammond-Hill as Natalie, Ron Pember as Alain, Valentine Dyall as Dr Keldermans, Hazel McBride as Madeleine, Ralph Bates as Paul Vercors.
The Allied advance from the invasion beaches is severing the evasion lines. Albert is forced to rethink his strategy, vengeance is brewing for the death of Max... and Brandt's replacement turns out to be a formidable opponent.

Contributors

Writer: N.J. Crisp
Producer: Gerard Glaister
Director: Michael E. Briant
Albert: Bernard Hepton
Monique: Angela Richards
Kessler: Clifford Rose
Reinhardt: Terrence Hardiman
Natalie: Juliet Hammond-Hill
Alain: Ron Pember
Dr Keldermans: Valentine Dyall
Madeleine: Hazel McBride
Paul Vereors: Ralph Bates
Inspector Benet: Richard Beale
Wally Bond: Peter Dahlsen
Tucker: Christopher Good
Sharp: Stuart Bevan
Guard: Tony Brooks
Wullner: Neil Daglish
Kupper: Anthony Gardner
Train guard: Claude Le Sache
Farmer: Alec Wallis
Feldwebel: David Roy-Paul
Station Official: Norman Atkyns

: Sing Country

The last of four programmes Johnny Cash the country music superstar performed to a vast audience of fans at the Wembley Arena during the Easter
Silk Cut International Festival of Country Music
On stage with him were June Carter and The Great Eighties Eight Commentator DAVID ALLAN
Festival organiser MERVYN CONN Sound GRAHAM HAINES
Lighting JOHN STERLING Director RICK GARDNER Producer DOUGLAS HESPE

Contributors

Unknown: Johnny Cash
Unknown: June Carter
Commentator: David Allan
Unknown: John Sterling
Director: Rick Gardner
Producer: Douglas Hespe

: Brass Tacks

Presented by Eric Robson
Live debate and lively reporting, of the decisions, issues and attitudes that divide public opinion.
Editor COLIN ADAMS. BBC Manchester
If after listening to the Brass Tacks debate you'd like to add your point of view. write to: Return Call, BBCtv, Oxford Road, Manchester M60 1SJ. Return Call to Brass Tacks, next Monday evening, will report back on what you think.

Contributors

Presented By: Eric Robson
Editor: Colin Adams.

: They're Playing My Tune

The last of four short films about music and memory.
A song, or a tune, made special because of the moment with which it's associated, becomes the personal property of the listener.
Rosalind Davison explains why a well-worn copy of Neil Diamond 's
' Sweet Caroline' is the only record she has been able to listen to, for the last three years.' I play it when I'm alone in the house - at top volume, so that it totally swamps me.'
Film cameraman MAURICE FISHER Sound DICKIE BIRD
Film editor DAVID MITCHELL
Producer TONY STAVEACRE. BBC Brtott

Contributors

Unknown: Rosalind Davison
Unknown: Neil Diamond
Unknown: Maurice Fisher
Editor: David Mitchell
Producer: Tony Staveacre.

: 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; the latest news and weather forecast from LINDA ALEXANDER , plus the evening's sports results from DAvm ickk.
Producer PETER BELL
Directors ALEX SAWARD and JOHN WILKINSON
Assignment editors GEORGE WALKER and JOHN MAHONEY
Deputy editor DAVID DICKINSON Editor GEORGE CAREY

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Wheeler
Unknown: John Tusa
Unknown: Peter Hobday
Unknown: Linda Alexander
Producer: Peter Bell
Directors: Alex Saward
Directors: John Wilkinson
Editors: George Walker
Editors: John Mahoney
Editor: David Dickinson
Editor: George Carey

: Laurel and Hardy: The Laurel and Hardy Murder Case

Contributors

Director: James Parrott
Producer: Hal Roach
Stan: Stan Laurel
Ollie: Oliver Hardy








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