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: Open University

6.40 Water Resources. 7.5 Computing - Examination Tutorial. 1.39 Maths - Numerical Eigenvalues.

: Labour Party Conference 1981

Live coverage of the fifth day in Brighton. Reporting team ROBIN DAY DAVID DIMBLEBY , ROBERT MCKENZIE

Contributors

Unknown: Robin Day
Unknown: David Dimbleby
Unknown: Robert McKenzie

: Play School

: Open University

4.50 Sexual Selection. 5.15 Transformer Core. 5.40 Relativity Rules. 6.30 Where is Wales?

: Schools Prom

Including tonight: ST PAUL 'S PRIMARY SCHOOL EARLY MUSIC GROUP; THE WINCHMORE HILL STRING ORCHESTRA; THE LATYMER SCHOOL CHAMBER CHOIR AND ORCHESTRA; CROYDON SCHOOL'S CENTRE FOR WIND
PLAYERS
Introduced by Ray Moore with the help of Rosemary Fleet and members Of ST PAUL 'S PRIMARY SCHOOL
EARLY Music GROUP from St Leon ard's, Sussex.
Assistant producer DAVE PERROTTET Producer KEN GRIFFIN
(The Schools Prom is organised by Times Newspapers with Commercial Union Assurance)

Contributors

Unknown: St Paul
Introduced By: Ray Moore
Unknown: St Paul
Unknown: St Leon
Producer: Dave Perrottet
Producer: Ken Griffin

: News Summary

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

: Spine Chillers

Jonathan Pryce tells
Gabriel-Ernest by SAKI
The boy laughed, a laugh in which the snarl had nearly driven out the chuckle, and then plunged out of view into a yielding tangle of wood and fern.
Producer ANGELA BEECHING Director NEL ROMANO

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Pryce
Producer: Angela Beeching
Director: Nel Romano

: A Year in the Life of

Viscount Weymouth Alexander Thynn Longleat
December 1979-December 1980
He is the gossip columnists' delight, a 'hippie' lord, wealthy, eccentric, long-haired, bare-footed with unconventional ideas about sex and marriage. Inside this image is a man who sees himself as a hard-working painter, politician and writer.
Film editor IAN PITCH
Producer MICHAEL CROUCIIER. BBC Bristol

Contributors

Producer: Michael Crouciier.

: Fame

with John Pitman Claudia Bradley
This year 5,000 little girls who wanted to be famous auditioned to take over the title role in the hit West End musical Annie. The part went to 10-year-old Claudia Brad ley, a girl who had never before performed professionally, but had dreamed of playing Annie from the time she first saw the show.
The last film of this series follows Claudia from her home in Leeds to London, through the rehearsals and the press and photo calls, and on to the stage for her opening night, when a new star is born.
Film editor ALAN LYGO
Series producer ADAM CLAPHAM Producer PATRICIA HOULIHAN

Contributors

Unknown: John Pitman
Unknown: Claudia Bradley
Unknown: Claudia Brad

: Roger Doesn't Live Here Any More

A new comedy series written by JOHN FORTUNE starring
Musical direction and orchestration RONNIE HAZLEHURST
Designer JOHN O'HARA
Producer DENNIS MAIN WILSON Director JOHN B. HOBBS

Contributors

Written By: John Fortune
Unknown: Ronnie Hazlehurst
Designer: John O'Hara
Producer: Dennis Main Wilson
Director: John B. Hobbs
Roger: Jonathan Pryce
Emma: Diane Fletcher
Rose: Kate Fahy
Stanley: Michael Elphick
Landlady: Anne Dyson
Lollipop lady: Jane Wood
Charles: Benjamin Taylor
Arabella: Alice Berry
Man with summons: Charles Pemberton
Policeman: Ronald Musgrove

: Forty Minutes: Rough Justice

Forty Minutes of documentary. A series of films portraying issues, stories and characters.
In the Working Man's Institute at Deri, near Merthyr Tydfil, Dilys Hardacre is up in arms. She's a working woman, but she's still not allowed to join the men at the snooker table. And Howie will soon be in serious trouble. He can't find a job, can't afford to stand his round, and he's beginning to lose his bottle. Around Dilys and Howie, the choir sings, the housewives keep fit, and the old men reminisce. Life in the valley isn't what it was. There's no pit in Deri now, and John Jones Treorchy is long since dead. But the humour survives, and it's amazingly peaceful considering ...
Photography PAT O'SHEA Film editor JOHN KERRY
Executive producer ROGER MILLS
Producer KARL FRANCIS

Contributors

Unknown: Dilys Hardacre
Editor: John Kerry
Producer: Roger Mills
Producer: Karl Francis

: The BBC Television Shakespeare

Tonight a look ahead to some of the highlights from three new productions by Jonathan Miller - Othello, A Midsummer Night's Dream and Troilus and Cressida.
(Othello: next Sunday)

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Miller

: World's End

A 13-part serial by Ted Whitehead
The continuing story of a 'London village'. The Mulberry pub is the centre of activity for people of widely differing type - the labourer and the croupier, the feminist and the chauvinist, odd-job men, comics, politicians, runaways, the defeated and the successful. How do they manage to get along together?

Contributors

Writer: Ted Whitehead
Title song: Alan Price
Film Cameraman: Colin Munn
Script Editor: Sally Head
Designer: Barbara Gosnold
Producer: Colin Tucker
Director: Pedr James
Daley: Derek Martin
Mormon Elder: Daniel Foley
Angela: Helen Bush
Car driver: Carole Walker
Danny: Michael Angelis
Jack: Tom Marshall
Dodie: Ellen Pollock
Stewart: Victor Lucas
Brahms: Brian Vaughan
Camille: Pam Scotcher
Robin: Neville Smith
Nicola: Primi Townsend
Tim: Daniel Holender
Lynn: Catherine Neilson

: Newsnight

and Labour Party Conference Report JOHN TUSA
PETER SNOW and VINCENT HANNA report on the day's developments at Brighton, with DONALD MACCORMICK and PETER HOBDAY in London to assess the news at home and abroad.
Producer PAUL NORRIS Editor RONALD NEIL

Contributors

Unknown: John Tusa
Unknown: Vincent Hanna
Unknown: Donald MacCormick
Unknown: Peter Hobday
Producer: Paul Norris
Editor: Ronald Neil

: Futurama Rock 80

The first of four programmes filmed at the Queens Hall, Leeds during the second annual Futurama Rock Festival in September 1980. In tonight's programme Classix Nouveaux, Acrobats of Desire, Young Marble Giants, League of Gentlemen, Artery, Not Sensibles, Hazel O'Connor's Megahype
Director STUART Orme
Television presentation MICHAEL APPLETON








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