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: Business Club

New series. The first of ten programmes on survival and success in small business. Flowers and Things

: TecairLtd

A series of five films for technician students about industrial organisation.
1: Feeding the Brute
Directed by CHRISTOPHER SERLE
Produced by MIKE WEATRERLEY

Contributors

Directed By: Christopher Serle
Produced By: Mike Weatrerley

: Play School

Story: The Noisy Room
Written by BARBARA MITCHELHILL Presenters
Rosalind Wilson , Chris Tranchell

Contributors

Written By: Barbara Mitchelhill
Unknown: Rosalind Wilson
Unknown: Chris Tranchell

: Maths Help

A series of 12 programmes aimed at giving direct help to all those having difficulty with O-level maths. 11: Factors
Presented by NORMAN GOWAR (Open University)
Director PATRICK TITLEY
ProducerROBERT CLAMP

Contributors

Presented By: Norman Gowar
Director: Patrick Titley
Producer: Robert Clamp

: Let's Go

A series of ten programmes 1: Let's Make Up Our Minds

: Closedown

: de Bono's Thinking Course

Presented by Dr Edward de Bono
A series of ten programmes about improving your thinking skills. 1: Thinking is a Skill
Dr Edward de Bono shows that thinking, rather like cooking, is a skill which can be improved by attention and practice.
Director CAROLINE PICK
Producer PETER RIDING

Contributors

Presented By: Dr Edward de Bono
Unknown: Dr Edward de Bono
Director: Caroline Pick
Producer: Peter Riding

: Women in the Eighties

The first of five programmes United We Sit
In a jeans factory in Scotland 240 women organised a sit-in for seven months to fight for their jobs, and won. This story is told by HELEN MONAGHAN. She's shop steward at the factory.
Film editor HOWARD SHARP
Producer SUZANNE DAVIES

Contributors

Told By: Helen Monaghan.
Producer: Suzanne Davies

: Making the Most of the Micro

The first of ten programmes.
BBC micro news and software on Ceefax

Contributors

Studio Director: Patrick Titley
Producer: David Allen

: Closedown

: Star Movie: Arch of Triumph

starring
Ingrid Bergman and Charles Boyer in a tale of two people who meet in Paris before the war. He is an Austrian doctor fleeing from Nazi persecution, she is a courtesan down on her luck ...
Screenplay by LEWIS MILESTONE and HARRY BROWN from the novel by ERICH MARIA REMARQUE
Produced by DAVID LEWIS
Directed by LEWIS MILESTONE
Films: page 23

Contributors

Unknown: Ingrid Bergman
Unknown: Charles Boyer
Unknown: Lewis Milestone
Unknown: Harry Brown
Novel By: Erich Maria Remarque
Produced By: David Lewis
Directed By: Lewis Milestone
Joan Madou: Ingrid Bergman
Dr Ravic: Charles Boyer
Haake: Charles Laughton
Morosow: Louis Calhern
Kate Hegstroem: Ruth Warrick
Dr Veber: Roman Bohnen
Alex: Stephen Bekassy
Madame Fessier: Ruth Nelson
Tattooed waiter: Curt Bois

: Riverside

Model Making
A Riverside Special
How do you get your face on to the cover of a magazine? Some girls are 'discovered' in the street, while others at model schools will never make it. 'The ego is nothing, it's the money that really counts', according to New York model boss John Casablan cas. So how do today's rising stars see their prospects? And how does Celia Hammond 's brilliant modelling career in the 60s look with the benefit of hindsight?
Executive producer MICHAEL APPLETON Director CHARLES MILLER Producer JOHN BURROWES

Contributors

Unknown: John Casablan
Unknown: Celia Hammond
Producer: Michael Appleton
Director: Charles Miller
Producer: John Burrowes

: News Summary

with subtitles, followed by Weather

: Portraits and Reflections

Seven films by John Read
In 1951 John Read made a film about Henry Moore , it was the first all-film documentary ever made by the BBC; since that time he has specialised in the making of programmes about art and artists.
To celebrate 30 years of distinguished work
Sir Huw Wheldon introduces Albrecht DUrer (1471-1528)
' My painting will last for 500 yeaTs' This was the boast of one of Germany's greatest artists. The truth of his claim can be seen in tonight's film.
Narrator GARY BOND
Written and produced by JOHN READ
A BBC and BAVARIAN TELEVISION service co-production.

Contributors

Unknown: John Read
Unknown: Henry Moore
Introduces: Sir Huw Wheldon
Produced By: John Read

: A Special Dad's Army

by JIMMY PERRY and DAVID CROFT starring
Arthur Lowe , John Le Mesurier and Clive Dunn
Battle of the Giants featuring
Captain Mainwaring's Walmington-on-Sea platoon take part in an initiative test against their old rivals - the Eastgate platoon. The contest is umpired by the Warden, the Vicar and the Verger.
The voice Of BUD FLANAGAN
Signature tune by JIMMY PERRY and DEREK TAVERNER , played by THE BAND OF THE COLDSTREAM GUARDS conducted by their Director of Music CAPT TREVOR L. SHARPE Designer PAUL JOEL
Producer DAVID CROFT

Contributors

Unknown: Jimmy Perry
Unknown: David Croft
Unknown: Arthur Lowe
Unknown: Clive Dunn
Unknown: Bud Flanagan
Unknown: Jimmy Perry
Unknown: Derek Taverner
Unknown: Trevor L. Sharpe
Designer: Paul Joel
Producer: David Croft
Pte Frazer: John Laurie
Pte Walker: James Beck
Pte Godfrey: Arnold Ridley
Pte Pike: Ian Lavender
ARP warden: Bill Pertwee
Capt Square: Geoffrey Lumsden
Vicar: Frank Williams
Verger: Edward Sinclair
Colonel: Robert Raglan
Sergeant: Charles Hill
Pte Sponge: Colin Bean
Barmaid: Rosemary Faith

: Pot Black 83

BBC2's International Snooker Championship enters its 15th series. Eight star professionals play for the 1983 Pot Black Trophy. Group 1
STEVE DAVIS , RAY REARDON
KIRK STEVENS and WILLIE THORNE Group 2
ALEX HIGGINS , TONY KNOWLES
EDDIE CHARLTON and JIMMY WHITE
Tonight's Group 1 game features two former World Champions-Steve Davis (London) v Ray Reardon (Wales)
Introduced by ALAN WEEKS Referee JOHN WILLIAMS Commentator TED LOWE
Director JOHN G. SMITH
Producer REG PERRIN. BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Davis
Unknown: Ray Reardon
Unknown: Kirk Stevens
Unknown: Alex Higgins
Unknown: Tony Knowles
Unknown: Eddie Charlton
Unknown: Steve Davis
Unknown: Ray Reardon
Introduced By: Alan Weeks
Unknown: John Williams
Commentator: Ted Lowe
Director: John G. Smith
Producer: Reg Perrin.

: Horizon: Sizewell Under Pressure

Tomorrow a public inquiry will begin in Suffolk to decide whether or not we in Britain build an American-designed nuclear power station.

"Horizon" asks: are we going to build the wrong reactor, for the wrong reasons, at the wrong time? Despite the fact that a similar type of reactor destroyed itself at Three Mile Island in 1979, our Central Electricity Generating Board argues that we are buying tried and tested technology.

But "Horizon" discovers that a continuing series of design changes have priced it out of the market in America; that no American electrical utility has ordered a PWR since 1978; that many American designers have been dogged for years by an Achilles' heel which affects its safety and economics; and that our neighbours the French are getting cold feet over the scale of their national nuclear programme, based on a similar reactor.

Meanwhile, the most dependable reactor in the world - from Canada - has been totally ignored.

Contributors

Narrator: Peter Wilson
Film Editor: David Elliott
Film Editor: Jim Duffy
"Horizon" Editor: Graham Massey
Written and produced by: Jeremy Taylor
Written and produced by: John Groom

: Surviving: Kathleen Wasama

The first of six programmes.
She was four when she came to Yorkshire, a small heathen to be saved and civilised by white Christian society. Ostracised as a child - for the heathen was black, therefore dirty and devilish - she learned resilience and independence of mind. Now in her 70s and living in London's East End, Kathleen Wasama resists with humour and a sense of common humanity the prejudices about black people she finds still entrenched in English society.

Contributors

Subject: Kathleen Wasama
Videotape Editor: Ian Low
Producer: Jenny Morgan

: * Newsnight

John Tusa , Peter Snow and Donald MacCormlck , with Joan Bakewell and Linda Alexander , present television's fullest and most authoritative daily news magazine. With Charles Wheeler on foreign affairs, Peter Hobday on business, Tony Lewis on sport, and reporters in Britain and around the world, the Newsnight team brings you the major events of the day with the pictures and interviews that matter and the analysis that counts.

Contributors

Unknown: John Tusa
Unknown: Peter Snow
Unknown: Donald MacCormlck
Unknown: Joan Bakewell
Unknown: Linda Alexander
Unknown: Charles Wheeler
Unknown: Peter Hobday
Unknown: Tony Lewis








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