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: Open University

6.40-7.5 Geologist on the Moon. 7.30 Maths: Heat Equation.

: Conservative Party Conference 1981

Live coverage of the third day Reporting team ROBIN DAY
DAVID DIMBLEBY , ROBERT MCKENZIE

Contributors

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

: Play School

Story: The Stonecutter (Trad) Presenters
Sarah Long , Stuart McGugan

Contributors

Unknown: Sarah Long
Unknown: Stuart McGugan

: Conservative Party Conference

Further coverage from Blackpool Reporting team ROBIN DAY
DAVID DIMBLEBY , ROBERT MCKENZIE

Contributors

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

: Open University

4.50 Prey for the Predator. 5.15 Transformer Core Materials. 5.40 Circles. C.5 Class and 1848.

: Closedown

(Scotland: 6.30-
6.40 Games Peopte Played)

: News Summary

with subtitles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather

: Cartoon Two

Tex Avery Double Bill
A double helping of fast and furious fun from Hollywood's master cartoonist with George and Junior in Hound Hunters and Screwball Squirrel in Happy-Go-Nutty

: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

opens a season of classic adventure films starring
Tony Randall
Eddie Hodges , Archie Moore
A colourful version of Mark Twain 's classic adventure story of the boy who runs away from home in the Mississippi valley. Young Huck sets off down the river on a raft with Jim, a runaway slave, and before long they are joined by the King of France and the Duke of Bilge-Water.
Written by JAMES LEE from the book by MARK TWAIN
Produced by SAMUEL GOLDWYN JR Directed by MICHAEL CURTIZ Films: page 20

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Randall
Unknown: Eddie Hodges
Unknown: Archie Moore
Unknown: Mark Twain
Written By: James Lee
Book By: Mark Twain
Produced By: Samuel Goldwyn
Directed By: Michael Curtiz
King: Tony Randall
Huckleberry Finn: Eddie Hodges
Jim: Archie Moore
Joanna: Patty McCormacK
Pap: Neville Brand
Duke: Mickey Shaughnessy
Sheriff's wife: Judy Canova
Mr Carmody: Andy Devine
Mary Jane: Sherry Jackson
Lion-tamer: Buster Keaton
Capt Sellers: Finlay Currie
Widow Douglas: Josephine Hutchinson
Grangerford man: Parley Baer
Slave-catcher: John Carradine
Sheriff: Royal Dano

: Roger Doesn't Live Here Any More

A new comedy written by JOHN FORTUNE starring
Part 4
Musical direction and orchestration by 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.
Unknown: Main Wilson
Director: John B. Hobbs
Roger: Jonathan Prycc
Emma: Diane Fletcher
Rose: Kate Fahy
Edwards: Hugh Lloyd
Charles: Benjamin Taylor
Arabella: Alice Berry
Music master: John Dalby
Nanny: Petronella Barker

: Forty Minutes

... of documentary. A season of films portraying issues, stories and characters. The Hijack
On the coach to Maine that turned out of New York's Central Bus Terminal on Independence Day 1977 was a disturbed and resentful man. In his pocket was a revolver. Within ten hours two other passengers were murdered in cold blood, 21 others were hostages in fear of their lives, and one of the world's busiest international airports was at a standstill.
This story of the Kennedy Hijack is told by: Frank Bolz and Julio Vasquez , New York policemen who negotiated with the murderer by radio telephone;
Bruce de Boer, who answered the police looking down the barrel of the murderer's revolver; and from his prison cell, Louis Robinson, the murderer himself.
Their statements and the original police tape recordings build up a unique picture of the disintegrating mind of a cornered and desperate man.
Photography JOHN WALKER
Film editor ROLAND ARMSTRONG
Executive producer ROGER MILLS
Producer PATRICK TURLEY

Contributors

:
Told By: Frank Bolz
Told By: Julio Vasquez
Unknown: John Walker
Editor: Roland Armstrong
Producer: Patrick Turley

: Cameo

Elegant egrets, dazzling bee-eaters, fabulous flamingos, some of the jewels of the Camargue - the wind-swept marshland of Provence. Narrator DOUGLAS LEACH
Photography RONALD EASTMAN Film editor NORMAN BURGESS Presented by KEITH HOPKINS BBC Bristol

Contributors

Narrator: Douglas Leach
Editor: Norman Burgess
Presented By: Keith Hopkins

: World's End

by TED WHITEHEAD
A final quarrel with her father confirms Angela in her decision to stay in World's End. Andy has found her a temporary bed in Jonathan's flat - under the impression that Jonathan is away.
Title song by ALAN PRICE
Senior cameraman GEOFF FELD Script editor SALLY HEAD
Designer BARBARA GOSNOLD Producer COLIN TUCKER Directed by PEDR JAMES
Theme music on a single Down at the World's End (RESL 100), from retailers.

Contributors

Unknown: Ted Whitehead
Unknown: Geoff Feld
Producer: Colin Tucker
Directed By: Pedr James
Angela: Helen Bush
Camille: Pam Scotcher
NiCOla: Primi Townsend
Robin: Neville Smith
Jonathan: Peter Harlowe
Danny: Michael Angelis
Paddy: Chris Gannon
Antonia: Gillian Barge
Monsignor D'Arville: Charles Lloyd Pack
Brahms: Brian Vaughan
Space: Bradley Lavelle
Lord Arvin: Paul Brooke
Andy: Harry Fowler
Barney: Toby Salaman
Jack: Tom Marshall
Arab: Adam Hussein
Festus: Allister Bain
Finnish girl: Philomena McDonagh
Stewart: Victor Lucas

: Newsnight

and Conservative Conference Report
JOHN TUSA , PETER SNOW and VINCENT HANNA report on the day's proceedings at the Conservative Party Conference in Blackpool with DONALD MACCORMICK in London to assess the other news at home and abroad.

Contributors

Unknown: John Tusa
Unknown: Donald MacCormick

: Futurama Rock 80

The third of four programmes filmed at the Queens Hall, Leeds during the second annual Futurama Rock Festival in September 1980. In tonight's programme:
Altered Images
Artery
Frantic Elevators
Or Was He Pushed
Soft Boys
I'm So Hollow
Blah, Blah, Blah
Psychedelic Furs
Director STUART ORME
Television presentation MICHAEL APPLETON

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Appleton








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