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: Open University

6.40 Instrumentation in Train Development. 7.5 Standing Waves and Energy Levels. 7.30 ' The Island ' Language and Drama.

: Labour Party Conference 1982

Live coverage of the second day Reporting team
SIR ROBIN DAY , DAVID DJMBLEBY

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Robin Day
Unknown: David Djmbleby

: Play School

Story: A Treeful of Pigs Written by ARNOLD LOBEL and illustrated by ANITA LOBEL Presenters
Carol Chell and Don Spencer

Contributors

Written By: Arnold Lobel
Illustrated By: Anita Lobel
Unknown: Carol Chell
Unknown: Don Spencer

: Labour Party Conference 1982

Further coverage from Blackpool

: Labour Party Conference 1982

Further coverage from Blackpool

: Interval

: The School Broadcasting Council

The School Broadcasting Council draws together professional broadcasters and educators. In this programme we look at one of the Council's meetings, in which it discusses its Modem Language Panel's recommendations for BBC Schools radio and television, and a post-mortem discussion on the Scene play, Break-in, is analysed.
Producer john MILLER
A BBC/Open University production

Contributors

Producer: John Miller

: Cartoon Two

The Three Foots: Bulgarian animator Donyo Donev 's comic adventures of three amiable idiots.
(The Clever Village: tomorrow at 6.5pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Donyo Donev

: Charlie Brown

A comedy cartoon
It's a Mystery Charlie Brown

Contributors

Unknown: Charlie Brown

: One of the Family

Our pets are not only a joy, they're a responsibility. Should you buy a budgie or a boa constrictor, a chinchilla or a chihuahua? What will it cost to keep it healthy and happy? Marion Foster and Brian Watkins meet some of the animals that live in our homes.
This week: Fish, with advice from JOHN WITTS and HAROLD COTTON
Production assistant ANNE MAYNARD Produced by ANDREW MEIKLE
Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
0 BACK PAGES 94-95

Contributors

Unknown: Marion Foster
Unknown: Brian Watkins
Unknown: John Witts
Produced By: Andrew Meikle
Producer: John Kenyon

: News Summary

with subtitles, followed by Weather

: John Ford Season: The Searchers

starring John Wayne with Jeffrey Hunter , Vera Miles Ward Bond , Natalie Wood
The story of Ethan Edwards 's five-year search for his young niece, kidnapped by Indians. In one of his most complex roles, John Wayne gives a fine performance in this classic John Ford western with its magnificent scenery and atmosphere of brooding menace.
Screenplay by FRANK S. NUGENT from the novel by ALAN LEMAY Produced by MEIRION C. COOPER
Directed by JOHN FORD. Films; page 13

Contributors

Unknown: John Wayne
Unknown: Jeffrey Hunter
Unknown: Vera Miles
Unknown: Ward Bond
Unknown: Natalie Wood
Unknown: Ethan Edwards
Unknown: John Wayne
Unknown: Frank S. Nugent
Novel By: Alan Lemay
Produced By: Meirion C. Cooper
Directed By: John Ford.
Ethan Edwards: John Wayne
Martin Pawley: Jeffrey Hunter
Laurie Jorgensen: Vera Miles
Capt Rev S Clayton: Ward Bond
Debbie Edwards: Natalie Wood
Lars Jorgensen: John Qualen
Mrs Jorgensen: Olive Carey
Chief Scar: Henry Brandon
Charlie McCorry: Ken Curtis
Brad Jorgensen: Harry Carey Jr
Emilio Figueroa: Antonio Moreno
Mose Harper: Hank Worden
Aaron Edwards: Walter Coy
Martha Edwards: Dorothy Jordan
Lucy Edwards: Pippa Scott
Lt Greenhill: Pat Wayne
Look: Beulah Archuletta

: Top Gear

Introduced by William Woollard from a Sunday Car Mart in Manchester
Chris Goffey highlights some of the pitfalls of buying a secondhand car and gives advice on how to avoid buying a ' pig in a poke'. From Japan, Judith Jackson discovers some of the new materials likely to be found in our cars in the future and Bob Friend reports on a development to assist the severely disabled driver.
Wearing seat belts becomes compulsory in three months' time. Top Gear explains the new law. Director PHILIP FRANKLIN
Executive producer DEREK SMITH BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Introduced By: William Woollard
Unknown: Judith Jackson
Unknown: Bob Friend
Director: Philip Franklin
Producer: Derek Smith

: The Kenny Everett Television Show

written by RAY CAMERON
BARRY CRYER. KENNY EVERETT
After last week's great show, the BBC received millions of letters saying, ' Seen it before'. Watch tonight and marvel at how Kenny manages to remember every single line perfectly from the first series!
Executive producer JAMES MOIR Producer bill WILSON
(Stars galore in The Kenny Everett Anniversary Show, next Sat 11.0 am, R2)

Contributors

Written By: Ray Cameron
Written By: Barry Cryer.
Written By: Kenny Everett
Producer: James Moir
Unknown: Kenny Everett

: Take Three Women

The second of four plays Avril by JULIA JONES
Since Avril returned from art school in France some 13 years previously, she not only teaches at a London Polytechnic but runs an eccentric, though highly successful, art gallery. There are two men in her life and she has to choose between solid companionship or talented youth - or neither. Theme music PENTANGLE Designer ALLAN ANSON
Producer GERALD SAVORY Director ROGER BAMFORD

Contributors

Designer: Allan Anson
Producer: Gerald Savory
Director: Roger Bamford
Avril: Angela Down
Norah: Stella Tanner
Barry: Jack Watson
Kenneth: Mark Wingett
Herbie: Tim Hardy
June Pollock: Judith Paris
Ellen: Judi Trott
Art gallery customers: Sarah Bullen
Art gallery customers: Blain Fairman
Art gallery customers: Andy Ho
Art gallery customers: Hana-Maria Pravda
Art gallery customers: Gigi Gatti

: Jack High

The Kodak Masters Bowls Tournament from
Beach House Park, Worthing
In his second match of the ' round robin' part of this tournament, four-times Commonwealth gold medallist DAVID BRYANT plays newcomer to Jack High , CECIL BRANSKY from Israel.

Contributors

Unknown: David Bryant
Unknown: Jack High
Unknown: Cecil Bransky








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