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: Play School

Story: Oliver Polip written and illustrated by guest storyteller Rolf Harris.

(Repeated on BBC1 at 3.55 pm)
Back Pages: 94-95

Contributors

Writer/illustrator/guest storyteller (Oliver Polip): Rolf Harris
Presenter: Carol Chell
Presenter: Ben Bazell

: Closedown

: Men of Ideas

Creators of Modern-Philosophy
Bryan Magee talks to leading ; philosophers about Western, philosophy today.
Logical Positivism and its Legacy : with Sir Alfred J. Ayer , Professor of Logic, Oxford. In the 20s a group of people came together in Austria known as the Vienna Circle, who developed; a new form of philosophy called Logical Positivism, The man who introduced Logical Positivism into
England and who has been chiefly associated with it ever since is
A. J. Ayer.
Series prepared by Bryan MAGEE Director TONY TYLEY
Executive producerjanet koenig (rpt)

Contributors

Talks: Bryan Magee
Unknown: Sir Alfred J. Ayer
Director: Tony Tyley

: Roots of England: St Just-in-Penwith

Streams of summer visitors come to this western tip of England but few linger in this collection of granite mining villages, where the firm local view is that 'this is
Cornwall, not England'. Brian Trueman discovers that optimism about the tin mine is tempered by memories, of a harsh past, and by fierce debate about the area's priorities for the future
BBC Manchester (Repeat)

Contributors

Presenter: Brian Trueman
Film Editor: Peter Marsh
Producer: John C. Miller

: Grange Hill

A series of 18 programmes
Part 14: by MARGARET SIMPSON
Claire has a crush on a teacher, and she can't keep it to herself.
(First shown on BBC1) (For cast see p 41 at 5.40 pm)
Part 15 will be shown next Monday)

: Kingswood: A Comprehensive School

A series of nine films
7: 'It .would work better if we had more time, or less children. (Shown on Saturday at 9.15 pm)

: News Summary

with subtitles followed by Weather

: Around with Alliss

from the New: Course Sunningdale
Peter Alliss plays golf and talks with well-known people. His guest this week is
Lord Forte. Director ALASTAIR SCOTT
Prioducer DAVID KENNING

: The Reef

HRH The Duke of Edinburgh introduces the story of the Great
Barrier reef, one of the natural wonders of the world Beautiful, dangerous and diverse it is to be touched at man's peril. For 20th-century pollution may have threat-ened the very surcical of this unique resource.
Produced by JOHN HEYER with the assistance of the Australian
Conservation Foundation and the Australian Film Commission (Repeat)

: 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
(Russell's back in Manchester on Thursday at 8.30 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Greenwood Theatre
Unknown: Graham Lindsay
Unknown: Chris Riley
Produced By: Tom Gutteridge

: The Young Ones: Interesting

Heinrich Schtenker, the little-known but much hated amateur philosopher, famous for his epithet 'I exist therefore I am', was run over by a tram in Vienna in 1893. Good job too.

Starring Ade Edmondson, Rik Mayall, Nigel Planer, Christopher Ryan.
Featuring Rip, Rig and Panic with Keith Allen, Tony Allen, Mark Arden, Nicholas Ball, Paul Bradley, Ruth Burnett, Mark Dewison, Chris Ellis, Dawn French, Stephen Frost, Sadie Hamilton, Peter Laxton, Dave Lloyd, William MacBain, Kilian McKenna, Michael Redfern, Jennifer Saunders, Cindy Shelley, David Squire.
Written by Ben Elton, Rik Mayall, Lise Mayer.

Contributors

Vyvyan: Ade Edmondson
Rick: Rik Mayall
Neil: Nigel Planer
Mike: Christopher Ryan
Balowski Family: Alexei Sayle
Musicians: Rip, Rig and Panic
[Actor]: Keith Allen
[Actor]: Tony Allen
[Actor]: Mark Arden
[Actor]: Nicholas Ball
[Actor]: Paul Bradley
[Actor]: Ruth Burnett
[Actor]: Mark Dewison
[Actor]: Chris Ellis
[Actor]: Dawn French
[Actor]: Stephen Frost
[Actor]: Sadie Hamilton
[Actor]: Peter Laxton
[Actor]: Dave Lloyd
[Actor]: William MacBain
[Actor]: Kilian McKenna
[Actor]: Michael Redfern
[Actor]: Jennifer Saunders
[Actor]: Cindy Shelley
[Actor]: David Squire
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
Producer: Paul Jackson

: Your Life in Their Hands

Narrated by Robert Winston
The Other Way to a Man's Heart.... Bowel surgery seems an extraordinary way to deal with a heart problem, but when the root of the trouble is a genetic abnormality it can make sense. Denzil Duggan had his first heart attack when he was only 27. The problem is how to prevent his second.
Film editor ROLAND TONGUE Producer FIONA HOLMES
Series editor DAVID PATERSON

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Winston
Unknown: Denzil Duggan
Producer: Fiona Holmes
Editor: David Paterson

: Arena

For nearly 50 years everybody who was anybody in the British theatre passed before the lens of Angus McBean - Gielgud, Olivier, Thorndike, Coward ... He was known as the photographer who resolutely flattered his sitters.
Tonight, after a ten-year absence. McBean demonstrates his skill with his old friend Sir Ralph Richardson. He discusses for the first time his astonishing surreal pictures of the 30s and 40s.
And photographer Jo Spence faces up to herself and looks beyond the smiling pictures in her own family album.
Angus McBean director NIGEL FINCH Jo Spence director CAROL BELL Producer ALAN YENTOR

Contributors

Unknown: Angus McBean
Unknown: Sir Ralph Richardson.
Unknown: Jo Spence
Unknown: Angus McBean
Director: Nigel Finch
Director: Jo Spence
Director: Carol Bell
Producer: Alan Yentor

: Newsnight









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