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: Men of Ideas

Creators of Modern Philosophy
Bryan Magee talks to leading philosophers about Western philosophy today.
The Two Philosophies of Wittgenstein with Anthony Quinton , former Fellow of New College, now President of Trinity College, Oxford.
Series prepared by BRYAN MAGEE Director TONY TYLEV
Executive producer JANET HOENIG
Book (same title), 1450, from booksellers

Contributors

Talks: Bryan Magee
Unknown: Anthony Quinton
Unknown: Bryan Magee
Director: Tony Tylev
Producer: Janet Hoenig

: Roots of England

Roman Road, Bow
Today Roman Road is one of only two full-scale street markets left in the East End. It stands out like a film set in a sea of modern blocks. Locals and ex-locals travel miles in search of both value for money and nostalgia, even without the market's 150th anniversary engineered by the traders.
Brian Trueman talks to traders and customers about why Roman Road survives.
Producers JOHN c. MILLER , SID WADDELL BBC Manchester

Contributors

Talks: Brian Trueman
Producers: John C. Miller

: Grange Hill

A series of 18 programmes Part 12 by Jane Hollowood
The first-years go to the zoo - and Jonah and Zammo just can't keep out of trouble.
(Part 13 will be shown next Monday)
Book, Grange Hill Home and Away, £5.75 from booksellers

Contributors

Writer: Jane Hollowood
Director: Diarmuid Lawrence
Grange Hill pupil - Fay Lucas: Alison Bettles
Grange Hill pupil - Annette Firman: Nadia Chambers
Grange Hill pupil - Denny Rees: Julian Griffiths
Grange Hill pupil - Wayne Temu: Patrick Henry
Grange Hill pupil - Zammo McGuire: Lee MacDonald
Grange Hill pupil - Roland Browning: Erkan Mustafa
Grange Hill pupil - Janet St Clair: Simone Nylander
Grange Hill pupil - Gripper Stebson: Mark Savage
Grange Hill pupil - Jonah Jones: Lee Sparke
Grange Hill pupil - Belinda Zowkowski: Paula Taras
Grange Hill pupil - Marcus O'Halloran: Howard Taylor
Westerfield pupil - 'Carrots' Garvey: David Jewell
Westerfield pupil - Boy: Stephen Tuohy
Mrs McClusky: Gwyneth Powell
Miss Mooney: Lucinda Cane
Mr Brocklehurst: Peter Dennis
Mrs Browning: Jo Kendall
Mr Browning: Mike Savage
Miss 'Mintobar': Liz D'Esterre
Photographer: Victor Reynolds
Mr Stuart: Gavin Campbell
Zookeeper: Niall Padden
Mr Sutcliffe: James Wynn

: Kingswood: A Comprehensive School

A series of nine films
6: He's broken the first law of politics and may be punished for it'

: News Summary

with subtitles, followed by Weather.

: Cricket: Second Test

Australia
England
RICHIE BENAUD introduces highlights of the fourth day's play in Brisbane.
Television presentation
CHANNEL 9 AUSTRALIA

: The Discovery of Animal Behaviour

The last of a natural-history drama
Living Together

: Russell Harty

Live from London's Greenwood
Theatre, television's most unpredictable' show. There'll be music, conversation and, as always, star-studded entertainment. Director RON ISTED
Production GRAHAM LINDSAY, CHRIS RILEY
Produced by TOM GUTTERIDGE

Contributors

Director: Ron Isted
Produced By: Tom Gutteridge

: The Young Ones: Bomb

Mark and Samantha decide to have a tea party, and the vicar tries out his new chain-saw with side-splitting results!
Starring Ade Edmondson, Rik Mayall, Nigel Planer, Christopher Ryan
featuring Alexei Sayle as the Balowski Family.
With Dexys Midnight Runners and Mark Arden, Jean Campbell-Dallas, Paola Dionisotti, Clair Hill, Ceri Jackson, Peter Laxton, Tony Sympson, Roger Sloman.

Contributors

Vyvyan: Ade Edmondson
Rick: Rik Mayall
Neil: Nigel Planer
Mike: Christopher Ryan
Balowski Family: Alexei Sayle
Musicians: Dexys Midnight Runners
[Actor]: Mark Arden
[Actor]: Jean Campbell-Dallas
[Actor]: Paola Dionisotti
[Actor]: Clair Hill
[Actor]: Ceri Jackson
[Actor]: Peter Laxton
[Actor]: Tony Sympson
[Actor]: Roger Sloman
Writer: Ben Elton
Writer: Rik Mayall
Writer: Lise Mayer
Additional Material: Alexei Sayle
Music: Peter Brewis
Sound: Laurie Taylor
Lighting: Fred Wright
Designer: Graeme Story
Director: Geoff Posner
Producer: Paul Jackson

: Your Life in Their Hands

Narrated by Robert Winston Diabetes
Having diabetes means you can't eat sugar and you need insulin injections.
Alexandra [text removed] developed the disease when she was only 10 years old, and since then she s been finding out just how inadequate - and inaccurate - that description is. It causes endless complications, but she and her parents are determined that she can lead a normal life.
Film editor ROLAND TONGUE Producer FIONA HOLMES
Series editor DAVID PATERSON

Contributors

Unknown: Alexandra [text removed]
Producer: Fiona Holmes
Editor: David Paterson

: Arena

Three Steps to Heaven
Classics like ' Summertime blues , 'C'mon everybody' and Three steps to heaven' made
Eddie Cochran one of the all-time greats of rock 'n' roll. But for his tragic death, many think he could have become as successful as Elvis. In 1960, in the middle of a triumphant tour of Britain, the car carrying Cochran, his fiancee and Gene Vincent crashed on the A4. He died hours later in a hospital in Bath - he was 22.
Tonight Arena examines the legend of Cochran and the enduring appeal of his music. Larry Parnes , the most successful promoter and manager of his time, describes the heady days of the 1960 tour. Adam Faith , Marty Wilde and Joe Brown recall the nursery slopes of rock 'n' roll and the enormous impact of Cochran on the British rock scene. Cochran's mother and his fiancee Sharon Sheeley talk publicly for the first time.
Film cameraman KEVIN ROWLEY Film editor COLIN KNIJFF Producer ALAN YENTOB Director ALAN LEWENS

Contributors

Unknown: Eddie Cochran
Unknown: Gene Vincent
Music: Larry Parnes
Unknown: Adam Faith
Unknown: Marty Wilde
Unknown: Joe Brown
Unknown: Sharon Sheeley
Unknown: Kevin Rowley
Editor: Colin Knijff
Producer: Alan Yentob
Director: Alan Lewens

: Newsnight









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