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: Open University

6.40 Biology: Feeding Mechanisms. 7.5 Properties of Water.

: Play School

Story: Big, Brass Band
Written by DIANE WILMER Presenters
Sheelagh Gilbey , Fred Harris
Pianist richard BROWN Woodwind MARTIN FRITH
Graphic designer PAUL JOHNSON Designer CHRIS WEBSTER
Scriptwriter DONNA BRYANT Director EVELYN SKINNER Producer MARGIE BARBOUR
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE

Contributors

Written By: Diane Wilmer
Unknown: Sheelagh Gilbey
Pianist: Fred Harris
Pianist: Richard Brown
Pianist: Woodwind Martin Frith
Designer: Paul Johnson
Designer: Chris Webster
Scriptwriter: Donna Bryant
Director: Evelyn Skinner
Producer: Margie Barbour
Producer: Cynthia Felgate

: Closedown

: Cricket: Second Test

The Cornhill Insurance Test Series
England v Pakistan from Lord's Second day
PETER WEST introduces coverage of the whole of the afternoon's play. Commentators
RICHIE BENAl 'D, JIM LAKER
TOM GRAVENEY , BRIAN CLOSE

Contributors

Unknown: Richie Benal
Unknown: Jim Laker
Unknown: Tom Graveney

: Laurel and Hardy: Scram

Stan and Ollie get into another fine mess through their well-meaning efforts to help a drunken man home.
A Hal Roach film

Contributors

Producer: Hal Roach
Director: Lloyd French
Stan: Stan Laurel
Ollie: Oliver Hardy

: Cartoon Two

Movieola
A delightful British cartoon about a day in a film editing room-with a difference!
Directed by NICK KAVANAGH

Contributors

Directed By: Nick Kavanagh

: Six Fifty-five Special

A chance to find out what David Soul made of a typical British holiday when he spent three days in Blackpool with Sally James
Editor PETER HERCOMBE BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Unknown: David Soul
Unknown: Sally James
Editor: Peter Hercombe

: News Summary

with subtitles, followed by Weather

: Gardeners' World

Geoff Hamilton and Mary Spiller visit Unwins Trial Grounds in Cambridge
Paul Hansord shows some of the new varieties of flowers and vegetables which will be available next year, and you can compare their performance with the ones you usually use.
Charles Unwin has been a plant breeder for over 70 years and he shows some of the magnificent sweet pea varieties which he has produced.
Produced by DENIS w GARTSIDE .
Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Birmingham
Book, Gardeners' World Cottage Garden,
14.75 from booksellers

Contributors

Unknown: Geoff Hamilton
Unknown: Mary Spiller
Unknown: Charles Unwin
Produced By: Denis W Gartside .
Producer: John Kenyon

: Whatever Happened to Britain?

An eight-part examination of the -history and current state of the British economy. Written and presented by John Eatwell. 6: A Question of Inflation
Is inflation the cause of economic ills or a consequence of them? Does inflation damage economic performance?
Directed by ROBERT ALBURY Produced by TONY ROBERTS

Contributors

Presented By: John Eatwell.
Directed By: Robert Albury
Produced By: Tony Roberts

: Bird Spot

with Tony Soper
Kestret
- also known as the windhover, from the way it hangs almost motionless in the air as it scans the ground for food.
The kestrel is our commonest bird of prey and the only one really to have taken advantage of man. It's a familiar sight on motorways, and its nesting sites include factories, churches - and the BBC.
Film editor NORMAN BURGESS Producer DILYS BREESE BBC Bristol
BBC rtdeobook and laseruision videodisc David Attenborough 's Vidcobook of British Garden Birds (BBCV 1005) from retailers

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Soper
Editor: Norman Burgess
Producer: Dilys Breese
Unknown: David Attenborough

: My Music

Television cameras visit radio's popular game of musical knowledge when
Frank Muir and John Amis challenge
Denis Norden and Ian Wallace with questions set by Steve Race
Television presentation DOUGLAS HESPI

Contributors

Unknown: Frank Muir
Unknown: John Amis
Unknown: Denis Norden
Unknown: Ian Wallace
Unknown: Douglas Hespi

: Globe Theatre: Amaghi

starring Naoko Ohtani , Kei Sato
In 1926 a chance encounter between three fugitives on Amaghi Ridge led to the death of one of them. The police never found the murderer but 50 years later, as Detective Tajima is writing his memoirs, he reviews the evidence - and finally solves the case.
Screenplay by YASUKO OHNO
Produced by Yoshinobu NUMANO for NHK Directed by BEN WADA
A Japanese programme with English subtitles

Contributors

Unknown: Naoko Ohtani
Unknown: Kci Sato
Play By: Yasuko Ohno
Produced By: Yoshinobu Numano
Directed By: Ben Wada
Hana: Naoko Ohtani
Labourer: Kei Sato
Boy: Shingo Tsurumi
Tajima: Kanemon Kakamura
Sato: Jukichi Uno
Det Yamada: Ryoichi Tamagawa
Confectioner: Chu Arai
Pedlar: Kan Yanagiya
Ishimori: Makoto Suzuki
Madame: Sumiko Abe

: Turns

Jimmy Perry presents another bill of variety acts of the 1930s and 40s, including
Oliver Wakefield, Tommy Handley, Al Bowlly and Pauline Ward
Recorded at the Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne
(Final programme: tomorrow night)

Contributors

Presenter: Jimmy Perry

: Newsnight

Presenters PETER SNOW, john TUSA and DONALD MACCORMICK

Contributors

Unknown: John Tusa
Unknown: Donald MacCormick

: Cricket: Second Test

The Cornhill Insurance Test Series
England v Pakistan from Lord's
RICHIE BENAUD with highlights of the second day's play.

Contributors

Unknown: Richie Benaud

: Open University

12.0 Edwin Lutyens. 12.25 Aladura: The Praying People.

Contributors

Unknown: Edwin Lutyens.








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