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: Open University

10.10 Health Choices: Stormv Weather
10.35 Childhood 5-10: Out to Play, 11.0 The First Years of Life: On the Way.
11.25 Looking into Maths: The Cock-croft Report

: Rugby Special

The Schiveppes Scottish League:
Division 1: Boroughmuir r Hawick These two sides are co-leaders of the League but BOROUGHMUIR have a game in hand over last year's champions, HAWICK.
NIGEL STARMER-SMITH introduces the programme and previews next week's International Championship. Commentator BILL MCLAREN
Series producer HUW JONES

Contributors

Introduces: Nigel Starmer-Smith
Commentator: Bill McLaren
Producer: Huw Jones

: 25 Years in Space

A Horizon special

: Poor Richard Wilson....

Emrys James introduces a film on the life and work of Richard Wilson , a founder member of the Royal Academy and the idol of later painters such as Constable and Turner, but he died, 200 years ago this year, a neglected and disappointed toper.
Produced by SELWYN RODERICK
Written and directed by ERIC ROWAN

Contributors

Introduces: Emrys James
Unknown: Richard Wilson
Produced By: Selwyn Roderick
Directed By: Eric Rowan

: Shakespeare in Perspective

Henry VI Part 2
Michael Wood questions the portrayal of Henry as ' a naive, weak but moral man crumbling under the force of history and the corruption of politics'.
Director DAVID WILSON Producer VICTOR POOI. E
(The BBC Television Shakespeare: The Second Part of Henry the Sixth is at 7.15)

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Wood
Director: David Wilson
Producer: Victor Pooi.

: News Review

Plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear with Jan Leeming

Contributors

Unknown: Jan Leeming

: Ski Sunday

Dramatic wintersports action with a ' double-downhill' weekend of high-speed competition in the World Cup, featuring
The Men's Downhill from Morzine in the French Alps. Only two of today's downhillers have tasted success here : defending champion STEVE PODBORSKI won the last event four years ago; the legendary FRANZ KLAMMER 'S victory in 1976 was just two weeks before that unforgettable gold-medal run at the Innsbruck Olympics. Commentator DAVID VINE
TV presentation FRENCII TV SERVICE Producer jim RESIDE

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Podborski
Unknown: Franz Klammer

: The Money Programme

Presented by Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton
With PAUL BARRY , NICK CLARKE
MARK ROGERSON and LUKE
CASEY David Wells , a merchant seaman, was severely injured on his ship and received E125,000 compensation. How should he invest it?
Producer NICOLA SHEARER. Deputy editor ANDREW CLAYTON. Editor JOHN REYNOLDS

Contributors

Presented By: Brian Widlake
Presented By: Valerie Singleton
Unknown: With Paul Barry
Unknown: Nick Clarke
Unknown: Mark Rogerson
Unknown: Casey David Wells
Producer: Nicola Shearer.
Editor: Andrew Clayton.
Editor: John Reynolds

: The BBC Television Shakespeare: The Second Part of Henry the Sixth

by WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
Cast in alphabetical order: and PETER ALDWYN, PAUL BENZING, SEAN BARTLEY, BRIAN BINNS, GERALD BLACKMORE, STEPHEN BRIGDEN, ALAN CHUNTZ, MICHAEL COGAN, STUART COX, PHILIP CROSKIN, JONATHAN EVANS, MARK FLETCHER, MICHAEL GARDINER, DAVID GOODWIN, BARRY GRANTHAM, NICHOLAS HALL, ANGUS KENNEDY, HAMISH KERR, HUS LEVENT, DAVID LUDWIG, PETER MACKLEN, IAN PULSTON-DAVIES, JOHN RANKIN, MARTIN RUTLEDGE, PETER SEARLES, BRIAN STEPHENS, DIKRAN TULAINE, SIMON WILLIAMSON
Fight arranger MALCOLM RANSON.
Movement co-ordinator GERALDINE STEPHENSON
Incidental music DUDLEY SIMPSON
Lighting SAM BARCLAY
Make-up artist CHERRY ALSTON
Costume designer JOHN PEACOCK
Designer OLIVER BAYLDON
Script editor DAVID SNODIN
Producer JONATHAN MILLER
Director JANE HOWELL _
(The Second Part o/ Henry the Sixth continues at 8.55)

Contributors

Unknown: William Shakespeare
Unknown: Peter Aldwyn
Unknown: Paul Benzing
Unknown: Sean Bartley
Unknown: Brian Binns
Unknown: Gerald Blackmore
Unknown: Stephen Brigden
Unknown: Alan Chuntz
Unknown: Michael Cogan
Unknown: Stuart Cox
Unknown: Philip Croskin
Unknown: Jonathan Evans
Unknown: Mark Fletcher
Unknown: Michael Gardiner
Unknown: David Goodwin
Unknown: Barry Grantham
Unknown: Nicholas Hall
Unknown: Angus Kennedy
Unknown: Hamish Kerr
Unknown: Hus Levent
Unknown: David Ludwig
Unknown: Peter MacKlen
Unknown: Ian Pulston-Davies
Unknown: John Rankin
Unknown: Martin Rutledge
Unknown: Peter Searles
Unknown: Brian Stephens
Unknown: Dikran Tulaine
Unknown: Simon Williamson
Fight Arranger: Malcolm Ranson
Movement Co-ordinator: Geraldine Stephenson
Music: Dudley Simpson
Lighting: Sam Barclay
Make-up Artist: Cherry Alston
Costume Designer: John Peacock
Designer: Oliver Bayldon
Script Editor: David Snodin
Producer: Jonathan Miller
Director: Jane Howell
First murderer/Ship's master: John Benfield
King Henry VI: Peter Benson
Walter Whitmore/Alexander Iden: Antony Brown
Duke of Gloucester/Dick the Butcher.: David Burke
John Hume/Lieutenant: Michael Byrne
Duchess of Gloucester: Anne Carroll
Earl of Suffolk: Paul Chapman
Richard Plantagenet: Ron Cook
Thomas Homer/Lord Clifford: Arthur Cox
Duke of Buckingham: David Daker
Duke of Somerset/Smith the Weaver.: Brian Deacon
Earl of Salisbury/Clerk of Chat-ham: Tenniel Evans
Lord Say: Derek Farr
Queen Margaret: Julia Foster
Simpcox/George Bevis: Derek Fuke
Second prentice/Michael: Alex Guard
Duke of York: Bernard Hill
John Holland/George Plantagenet: Paul Jesson
Margery Jourdain: Pat Keen
Simpcox's wife: Gabrielle Lloyd
Young Clifford: Oengue MacNamara
Bishop of Winchester: Frank Middlemass
Sheriff/Jack Cade: Trevor Peacock
Edward Plantagenet: Brian Protheroe
Peter/Second murderer: David Pugh
Earl of Warwick: Mark Wing-Davey
Sir Humphrey Stafford: Peter Wyatt

: News on 2

with Jan Leeming; Weather

Contributors

Newsreader: Jan Leeming

: * The Second Part of Henry the Sixth

Continued
(Part 3 next Sunday)

: The Great American Picture Show: Thunderbolt and Lightfoot

continues a major season of recent American movies, tonight starring
CHnt Eastwood , Jeff Bridges
Hiding from revengeful fellow gang members, John 'Thunderbolt ' Doherty narrowly escapes being shot when a handsome young drifter picks him up in a stolen car. The older man and ' Lightfoot ' strike up an unlikely, but eventually deep, friendship and attempt to duplicate an earlier robbery. The half-million-dollar haul is spectacularly successful until the gang fall out and violence erupts.
This brilliant caper movie, set in Montana, is also an affecting study of a ' lost soul', the carefree Thunderbolt, who is nearly saved by the innocent generosity of the extrovert but doomed Lightfoot.
Produced by ROBERT DALEY
Written and directed by MICHAEL CIMINO Films: page 23

Contributors

Unknown: Chnt Eastwood
Produced By: Robert Daley
Directed By: Michael Cimino
Thunderbolt: Clint Eastwood
Lightfoot: Jeff Bridges
Red Leary: George Kennedy
Goody: Geoffrey Lewis
Melody: Catherine Bach
Curly: Gary Busey
Vault manager: Jack Dodson
Tourists: Gene Elman, Lila Teigh
Welder: Burton Gilliam
Dunlop: Roy Jenson








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