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: Open University

10.10Energy in the Home: That's the Way the Money Goes. 10.35 Consumer Decisions: Semi-Detached. 11.0 The PreSchool Child: Give and Take. 11.25 Looking into Maths: 2.

: International Rugby Special

England v France Scotland v Ireland
NIGEL STARMER-SMITH introduces highlights from the first internationals of the season. Commentators BILL MCLAREN NIGEL STARMER-SMITH
TV presentation: Twickenham BILL TAYLOR Edinburgh bill MALCOLM
Series producer huw JONES

Contributors

Unknown: McLaren Nigel Starmer-Smith
Unknown: Taylor Edinburgh

: International Cricket

The World Series Cup Australia v England RICHIE BENAUD introduces highlights from Brisbane.

: Horizon

Sizewell Under Pressure
Last Tuesday a public enquiry began 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?

: Cartoon Two

Of Holes and Corks
Directed by ANTE ZANINOVIC

Contributors

Directed By: Ante Zaninovic

: Shakespeare in Perspective

Henry VI Part 3: Michael Wood traces the background to the play which ends with the deposition and death of the king.
Director DAVID WILSON Producer VICTOR POOLS

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Wood
Director: David Wilson
Producer: Victor Pools

: News Review

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

Contributors

Unknown: Jan Leeming

: Ski Sunday

The Men's Downhill and Men's Slalom from Wengen
One of the classic Alpine sports weekends in one of the traditional settings (the picture-postcard Swiss village of Wengen, accessible only by the famous Bernese rack-and-pinion railway) and the renowned Lauberhorn downhill course in the shadow of the 12,000 foot Eiger mountain.
Commentator DAVID VINE
TV presentation SWISS TV SERVICE Producer JIM reside

: The Money Programme

Presented by Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton
The Unit Trusts Competition 1982 VALERIE SINGLETON presents the results of the Times/Money Programme Unit Trust Competition from the Stationers' Hall in the City of London. The 5,000 entrants discover who has picked the best performing trust in 1982. Producer DON HARLEY
Deputy editor ANDREW CLAYTON Editor JOHN REYNOLDS

Contributors

Presented By: Brian Widlake
Presented By: Valerie Singleton
Unknown: Valerie Singleton
Producer: Don Harley
Editor: Andrew Clayton
Editor: John Reynolds

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

by William Shakespeare

Contributors

Author: William Shakespeare
Fight Arranger: Malcolm Ranson
Movement co-ordinator: Geraldine Stephenson
Incidental Music: Dudley Simpson
Lighting: Sam Barclay
Make-up Artist: Cecile Hay-Artrur
Costume Designer: John Peacock
Designer: Oliver Bayldon
Script Editor: David Snodin
Producer: Shaun Sutton
Director: Jane Howell
Cast: in alphabetical order -
Earl of Northumberland/Huntsman: John Benfield
Henry VI: Peter Benson
Messenger to Warwick: Gerald Blackmore
Lewis, King of France/Sir John Montgomery: Antony Brown
Marquess of Montague/Father that killed his son: Michael Byrne
Earl Rivers: Paul Chapman
Richard, Duke of Gloucester: Ron Cook
Lady Elizabeth Grey, later Queen to Edward IV: Rowena Cooper
Duke of Somerset: Arthur Cox
Lord Hastings: David Daker
Edmund, Earl of Rutland: Matthew David
Earl of Oxford: Brian Deacon
Messenger to York/First keeper/First watchman: Tenniel Evans
Duke of Exeter/Mayor of York: Derek Farr
Queen Margaret: Julia Foster
Earl of Westmoreland/Post: Derek Fuke
Son that killed his father/Marquess of Dorset: Alex Guard
Duke of York: Bernard Hill
George, Duke of Clarence: Paul Jesson
Lady Bona: Merelina Kendall
Young Clifford/Messenger to Warwick: Oengus MacNamara
Edward, Earl of March, later Edward IV: Brian Protheroe
Edward, Prince of Wales: Nick Reding
Earl of Warwick: Mark Wing-Davey
Duke of Norfolk: Peter Wyatt
Young Richmond: Tim Fuke
Unknown: Peter Aldwyn
Unknown: Paul Benzing
Unknown: Brian Binns
Unknown: Stephen Brigden
Unknown: Michael Cogan
Unknown: Stuart Cox
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: David Leonard
Unknown: Hus Levent
Unknown: Mark Lindsay
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

: * pm News on 2

with Jan Leeming Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Jan Leeming

: The Great American Picture Show: Rafferty and the Gold Dust Twins

continues a major season of recent American movies starring Alan Arkin Sally Kellerman and Mackenzie Phillips
Rafferty is an easygoing kind of guy who has not had much success in his army career. He is not that great as a Los Angeles driving instructor either. But it's a job he gets plenty of practice at when he is kidnapped by two vagrants - Mac and Frisbee. The ' gold dust' twins hijack Rafferty and his car and force him to drive to New Orleans. It's one of the most hectic and hilarious journeys in movie history.
Screenplay by john kaye Produced by MICHAEL GRUSKOFF and ART LINSON Directed by DICK Richards
(First showing on British (elerision) Films page 9

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Arkin
Unknown: Sally Kellerman
Unknown: MacKenzie Phillips
Unknown: John Kaye
Produced By: Michael Gruskoff
Directed By: Dick Richards
Rafferty: Alan Arkin
Mac: Sally Kellerman
Frisbee: MacKenzie Phillips
Vinnie ,: Alex Rocco
Alan Boone: Charlle Martin Smith
Billy Winston: Harry Deax Stanton
John Beachwood: John McLiam
Jesus freak: Richard Hale
Louis: Prima Himself
Sam: Butera Himself








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