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: Open University

6.40 IATA: Clinching a Deal. 7.5 Particle Physics: Hadrons, Quarks and' Charm.
7.30 Ideas for the Future.

: Conservative Party Conference 1982

Today the Conservative Party Conference opens in Brighton and BBC2 cameras will bring live coverage of the debates. Reporting team
Sir Robin Day , David Dimbleby
Conference reports on Cee/az

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Robin Day
Unknown: David Dimbleby

: Play School

Story: Just What I Need! Written by PIPPA DYSON
Guest storyteller Eileen Bell Presenters
Chloe Ashcroft and Ben Bazell

Contributors

Written By: Pippa Dyson
Unknown: Ben Bazell

: Conservative Party Conference 1982

Further coverage from Brighton

: Closedown

: Heads and Tails: Life Gets Everywhere

A See-Saw programme
On rocky cliffs, at the very bottom of the sea, even in the hottest desert there is life, if you look closely.

Contributors

Music/Narration: Derek Griffiths

: Closedown

: Conservative Party Conference 1982

Live coverage of the afternoon session

: Closedown

: Speak Out

at The Place
Introduced by John Craven
The second of four programmes this week from The Place, in which a specially invited group of young people from all over the country air their views about topics and issues that matter to them.
Today: Exams with educational adviser Dr James Hemming , who believes our present exam system needs major changes; and Frank Thorn , headmaster of Hydeburn Secondary School in south London.
Director ALAN RUSSELL Producer ERIC ROWAN
(Part 3 tomorrow at 5.40 pm)

Contributors

Introduced By: John Craven
Unknown: Dr James Hemming
Unknown: Frank Thorn
Director: Alan Russell
Producer: Eric Rowan

: One of the Family

Pets are not only a joy, they're a responsibility.
This week: Reptiles
Brian Watkins and Marian Foster visit a pet shop which specialises in "Unusual creatures that range from boa constrictors and iguanas to the familiar tortoise. Its owner Dave Lester explains how best to feed and house them. There is also advice from Clare Eaves on the latest pets from America, tree crabs
Production assistant ANNE MAYNARD Produced by ANDREW MEIKLE
Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Watkins
Unknown: Marian Foster
Unknown: Dave Lester
Produced By: Andrew Meikle
Producer: John Kenyon

: News Summary

with subtitles, followed by Weather

: John Ford Season: Mogambo

starring
Clark Gable , Ava Gardner and Grace Kelly as Linda Nordley
Vic Marswell , famous hunter and safari leader, is not pleased when his headquarters in the uplands of Kenya is ' invaded' by a vivacious American showgirl. But this is only the start of his problems as he is forced to choose between two beautiful women.
This remake of Red Dust was Grace Kelly 's first film after her rise to Hollywood stardom in High Noon, and she plays a married woman who falls in love with the handsome Marswell.
Screenplay by JOHN LEE MAHIN Produced by SAM ZIMBALIST
Directed by JOHN ford. Films: page 18

Contributors

Unknown: Clark Gable
Unknown: Ava Gardner
Unknown: Grace Kelly
Unknown: Grace Kelly
Unknown: John Lee Mahin
Produced By: Sam Zimbalist
Directed By: John Ford.
Victor Marswell: Clark Gable
Eloise Kelly: Ava Gardner
Donald Nordley: Donald Sinden
John Brown-Pryce: Philip Stainton
Leon Boltshak: Eric Pohlman

: Top Gear

Introduced by William Woollard from the Paris Motor Show
This is the first chance for the French public to see the new Ford Sierra and compare it with a new Citroen. Frank Page reports the highlights of the show and Sue Baker road tests the Citroen BX.
Chris Goffey reports on the cars the French can buy but the British cannot; he joins French drivers having a typical Relais Routiers lunch and visits the Schlumpf Museum in Mulhouse.
Director BRIAN STRACHAN
Executive producer DEREK SMITH BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Introduced By: William Woollard
Unknown: Frank Page
Unknown: Sue Baker
Unknown: Chris Goffey
Unknown: Relais Routiers
Director: Brian Strachan
Producer: Derek Smith

: The Kenny Everett Television Show

written by Ray Cameron, Barry Cryer, Kenny Everett
Tonight's guest list includes Billy Connolly, Joanna Lumley, Lionel Blair, Willie Rushton, Richard Johnson, John Wells and Madness, as well as old favourites Sid Snot, Gizzard Puke, Cupid Stunt, Marcel Wave and oh... but I m telling you the plot. Anyway, you'll love it and it's all done in the best possible taste.

Contributors

Writer: Ray Cameron
Writer: Barry Cryer
Comedian/Writer: Kenny Everett
[Actor]: Billy Connolly
[Actress]: Joanna Lumley
[Actor]: Lionel Blair
[Actor]: Willie Rushton
[Actor]: Richard Johnson
[Actor]: John Wells
Musicians: Madness
Executive Producer: James Moir
Producer: Bill Wilson

: Take Three Women

The third of four plays
Victoria by TERENCE BRADY and CHARLOTTE BINGHAM, starring
Liza Goddard as Victoria, with Christopher Timothy as Henley David Langton as Mr Edgecombe Maurice Colbourne as Kit
Joan Hickson as Lady Dickinson Leslie Sands as Sir Frederick Marshall and Susan Jameson as Kate Victoria , now Lady Dickinson, is suddenly widowed and is forced to sell her country estate. With her
8-year-old daughter Sophie, she goes to stay with her old flatmate,
Kate, in London, and there she meets Kit, who runs a recording studio. Victoria has kept up her cello playing and Kit gives her work in his group.
Theme music PENTANGLE Designer ALLAN ANSON
ProducerGERALD SAVORY Director LES CHATFIELD

Contributors

Unknown: Terence Brady
Unknown: Liza Goddard
Unknown: Christopher Timothy
Unknown: Henley David Langton
Unknown: Mr Edgecombe
Unknown: Maurice Colbourne
Unknown: Joan Hickson
Unknown: Lady Dickinson Leslie Sands
Unknown: Sir Frederick Marshall
Unknown: Susan Jameson
Unknown: Kate Victoria
Designer: Allan Anson
Producer: Gerald Savory
Director: Les Chatfield
Mrs Edgecombe: Jean Harvey
Aeneas: Gregory Woodward
Sophie: Joanna Bobin
Andrew Griffith: Donald Douglas
Janet: Delia Lindsay
Nanny: Ann Windsor
First player: David Rowlands
Second player: Malcolm Mudie
Cooper: Frank Tregear
Taxi driver: Ben Howard
Girl at party: Karen McMullen
Engineer: Chris Holmes
Mick: Michael Jayes
Musicians: Charles Tunnell
Musicians: Gordon Langford

: We Bring You Live Pictures....

Last of four programmes about the pioneering days of TV outside broadcasts, narrated by John Craven
By Eurovision and Satellite
International television began In 1950 when a BBC outside broadcast unit went to Calais. Eurovision - the network linking western Europe's television services-started in 1954. The Telstar satellite brought live pictures from America in 1962 and worldwide television became possible in 1967. . The producers and engineers tell the story of these achievements.

Contributors

Unknown: John Craven

: Newsnight

with Donald MacCormick and Joan Bakewell
Conservative Conference Report from John Tusa , Peter Snow and Vincent Hanna in Brighton.

Contributors

Unknown: Donald MacCormick
Unknown: Joan Bakewell
Unknown: John Tusa
Unknown: Peter Snow
Unknown: Vincent Hanna

: Open University

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