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: Open University

10.10 The First Years of Life: All Yours.
10.35 Prospect: A Programme for Students and Tutors of A101. 11.0 Countdown to the ou: 3.

: Horizon

Finding a Voice
Written by DICK BOYDELL
Dick Boydell is spastic and cannot speak. But can he have a voice? Dick went to America to try out some extraordinary new machines.

Contributors

Written By: Dick Boydell
Written By: Dick Boydell

: Joris Ivens' China

' What was lacking in the West was a film that showed the Chinese people in their daily life ', says Joris Ivens , doyen of documentary film-makers. So in 1973 he and his associate, Marceline Loridan , went to China to make just such a film-called How Yukong Moved the Mountains. In this programme they talk to Ludovic Kennedy and introduce their personal selection from the film. Narrator PAUL VAUGHAN
Sequences from How Yukong Moved the Mountains directed by JORIS IVENS and MSRCELINE LORIDAN
Presented for TV by GAY ROBERTSON

Contributors

Unknown: Joris Ivens
Unknown: Marceline Loridan
Unknown: Ludovic Kennedy
Narrator: Paul Vaughan
Directed By: Joris Ivens
Unknown: Msrceline Loridan

: Ski Sunday

Dramatic winter sports action featuring the world's top ski racers in high-speed competition in the World Cup:
Men's Downhill and Men's Slalom from Wengen. Switzerland
Accessible only by the famous Bernese mountain railway, the picturesque village of Wengen plays host this weekend to the world's finest skiers.
Last year, the renowned Lauberhorn downhill course provided the home crowd with both victory and despair-success for TONI BUERG-LER but disaster for PETER MUELLER whose dramatic fall 15 metres from the finish ended the Swiss hero's 1981 championship hopes. Commentator DAVID vine
TV presentation by the SWISS TV service ProducerJIM RESIDE

Contributors

Unknown: Toni Buerg-Ler
Unknown: Peter Mueller
Commentator: David Vine
Producer: Jim Reside

: Rugby Special

The John Player Cup: Third Round St Ives v Bristol
As holders of the Cornwall County Cup, St Ives represent club and county pride in their West Country derby with Bristol, who reached the final in 1973. NIGEL STARMER-SMITH commentates, and brings news of the rest of the cup results from England and Wales.
Series producerHUW JONES

Contributors

Unknown: Nigel Starmer-Smith
Producer: Huw Jones

: News Review

Plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear. with Jan Leeming
Editor RICHARD GAMBLE

Contributors

Unknown: Jan Leeming
Editor: Richard Gamble

: The Money Programme

Presented by Brian Widlakc and Valerie Singleton Britain 's most popular business and economic programme reporting from far and near on money, large and small.
This week: Year of the Dog
A special report by Nick Clarke from Hong Kong.
Tomorrow Hong Kong's five million inhabitants celebrate the Chinese New Year, the Year of the Dog. But with Britain's lease in the territory now due to expire in just 15 years, the celebrations wiJI be muted. Can Hong Kong learn to live with its Big Brother neighbour, China? Including the latest news of the Moneymaker investment competition.
Producer DAVID ROWLEY
Deputy editor ANDREW CLAYTON Editor DAVID LLOYD
*MONEY MAKER: page 85

Contributors

Presented By: Brian Widlakc
Presented By: Valerie Singleton Britain
Unknown: Nick Clarke
Producer: David Rowley
Editor: Andrew Clayton
Editor: David Lloyd

: The World About Us

The Axing of the Himalayas
Narrated by Edward Woodward
' Once Man would go to the trees in a spirit of worship; now he goes with a felling axe.'
That is how Sunderlal Bahaguna , India's ' Man of the Trees' describes the predicament in his homeland.
' Remove the trees in these mountains and you lose your soil. Today the wealth of the Himalayas is disappearing into the Bay of Bengal.' Down in the plains, India's developing industries need timber both for the nation and for ex-, port. But they should not have it, says SUNDERLAL BAHAGUNA, at the hill people's expense. They need the forests for their very survival! To do something about this, the villagers of the hills have established the Chipko movement. ' Chipko ' means ' to embrace ' - and that is what they do. When the contractors come for felling, the villagers run out and hug the trees to stop them.
Photography MIKE SPOONER Film editor EDWARD ROBERTS Producer Richard TAYLOR Series editors
ANTHONY ISAACS. PETER JONES BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Edward Woodward
Unknown: Sunderlal Bahaguna
Unknown: Mike Spooner
Editor: Edward Roberts
Producer: Richard Taylor
Unknown: Anthony Isaacs.

: The Bell

by IRIS MURDOCH dramatised in four parts by REG CADNEY
2: Legend has it that one of the nuns of Imber Abbey took a lover. As retribution the great bell Gabriel flew mysteriously into the lake. It has never been found. Centuries later, the Imber community prepare for the installation of a new bell.
Music composed and conducted by MARC WILKINSON
Producer JONATHAN POWELL Directed by BARRY DAVIS

Contributors

Conducted By: Marc Wilkinson
Producer: Jonathan Powell
Directed By: Bmiry Davis

: News on 2

with Jan Leeming ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Jan Leeming

: International Pro-Celebrity Golf

Lee's Team v Jerry's Team for the Marley Trophy
This week's match is a head-to-head contest between the two professionals. Lee Trevino , winner of every one of the world's major championships except the US Masters, is one of the great match players. Jerry Pate , a former winner of the US Open, had a very successful season in 1981, finishing sixth in the USPGA Money List with prize money exceeding a quarter of a million dollars.
PETER ALLISS commentates and talks with the players over nine selected holes of the beautiful Queen's Course at Gleneagles Hotel in Scotland.
Television presentation
RICHARD TILLING and ALASTAIR SCOTT Producer DAVID KENNING

Contributors

Unknown: Lee Trevino
Unknown: Jerry Pate
Unknown: Peter Alliss
Unknown: Richard Tilling
Unknown: Alastair Scott
Producer: David Kenning

: Australian Film Season: Newsfront

starring
Bill Hunter ,
Gerard Kennedy Australia1948-1956: during this period two great rival newsreel companies Cinesound and Movie-tone were the main source of visual information for people throughout the country. This fascinating portrait of nearly a decade, uses a fictional story interwoven with actual and re-created newsreel footage of the pemd.
Produced by DAVID ELFICK
Written and directed by PHILLIP NOYCE
(Colour and blue and white). Films : p 13

Contributors

Unknown: Bill Hunter
Unknown: Gerard Kennedy
Produced By: David Elfick
Directed By: Phillip Noyce
Len Maguire: Bill Hunter
Frank Maguire: Gerard Kennedy
Amy McKenzie: Wendy Hughes
Fay Maguire: Angela Punch
Chris Hewett: Chris Haywood
Charlie: John Ewart
A G Marwood: Don Crosby
Ken: John Dease
Cliff: John Clayton
GeOff: Bryan Brown
Greasy: Tony Barry

: Star Brass

The brilliant playing of Gordon Higginbottom on tenor horn and mellophonium contributes towards 30 minutes of non-stop music for brass band. and star singer Lois Lane makes a welcome second appearance in the series. from Belfast:
THE AGNES STREET BAND conductor ERNEST RUDDOCK
Songs arranged by MICHAEL BARRISTER Designer JOHN ARMSTRONG Lighting ERNEST J. COOKE Sound KEN ELLIOTT
Production ALAN TONGUE BBC Northern Ireland

Contributors

Unknown: Gordon Higginbottom
Singer: Lois Lane
Arranged By: Michael Barrister
Designer: John Armstrong








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