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: Play School

Story: The Mud Puddle by CHRISTOPHER WALKER Presenters
Floella Benjamin , Ben Bazell

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Walker
Unknown: Floella Benjamin
Unknown: Ben Bazell

: Closedown

: Open University

Living with Technology: Seeing Through Drawings.

: International Snooker

The Benson and Hedges Masters from the Wembley Conference Centre
TERRY GRIFFITHS and CLIFF THORBURN are the players expected to contest this afternoon's nine-frame quarter-final match. Old adversaries, the two ex-World Champions have both shown signs of a welcome return to form this season, Griffiths winning the United Kingdom title, and Thorburn captaining the victorious Canadian team in the World Team Championship.
DAVID ICKE introduces coverage of the whole match. Commentators TED LOWE
JACK KARNEHM , CLIVE EVERTON Summarisers
REX WILLIAMS , JOHN SPENCER
Producers NICK HUNTER , BILL TAYLOR

Contributors

Unknown: Terry Griffiths
Unknown: Cliff Thorburn
Introduces: David Icke
Commentators: Ted Lowe
Unknown: Jack Karnehm
Unknown: Clive Everton
Unknown: Rex Williams
Unknown: John Spencer
Producers: Nick Hunter
Producers: Bill Taylor

: Robinson Crusoe of Clipper Island

The classic cliffhanger serial in 14 chapters, starring
Mala, a top government agent and his faithful allies, Rex, a black stallion,
Buck, a St Bernard dog
9: The Cave of the Winds
In which Tupper loses the sacred head-dress, Porutu's men find it and Mala beards the enemy in his lair ...
(Chapter 10 next Tuesday)

: Hooked!

Heat 2
Match angling from Longleat House, Wiltshire. Jack Charlton introduces the second of six heats in television's knock-out coarse fishing competition.
Match commentator PETE THOMPSON Instruction: ALLAN HAINES , buying tackle for youngsters. Today's peg order:
MICHAEL FITZPATRICK , COLIN PERRY IAN HEAPS , DAVE THOMAS CLIVE SMITH , NEIL DIBBLE
Director KEITH ACKRILL
Producer ROY RONNIE. BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Introduces: Wiltshire. Jack Charlton
Commentator: Pete Thompson
Unknown: Allan Haines
Unknown: Michael Fitzpatrick
Unknown: Colin Perry
Unknown: Ian Heaps
Unknown: Dave Thomas
Unknown: Clive Smith
Unknown: Neil Dibble
Director: Keith Ackrill
Producer: Roy Ronnie.
Unknown: Pebble Mill

: Cartoon Two

Do it Yourself Cartoon Kit

: Adventure World

Arctic Paradise
On the edge of the last frontiers - in the Yukon, on the edge of the Arctic Circle, where winter temperatures can drop to a dramatic 70 degrees below zero - Roger Mendelsohn has chosen to make his home. He lives by fur-trapping in winter and salmon fishing in the short summer.
He came from a Toronto suburb, his wife from the warmth of California and together they have had to learn the skills they need to survive in one of the harshest but most beautiful lands in the world. They live with two small children in an isolated log cabin they built themselves.
Now their peaceful pioneer life-style is under threat. The rising price of gold has brought a new gold rush to Dawson City, just 30 miles away; their wilderness is now being torn up by the big mining companies; their traps disturbed by tractors; small-scale prospectors are staking their claims in the neighbouring creeks. Verse by TONY HARRISON , spoken by ROBERT BEATTY and HELEN HORTON
Film editor JESSE PALMER
Producer ANDREE MOLYNEUX
Series editors ANTIIONY ISAACS , PETER JONES

Contributors

Unknown: Roger Mendelsohn
Unknown: Tony Harrison
Spoken By: Robert Beatty
Spoken By: Helen Horton
Editor: Jesse Palmer
Producer: Andree Molyneux
Editors: Antiiony Isaacs
Editors: Peter Jones

: News Summary

with subtitles, followed by Weather

: Nature

The third of ten programmes
A weekly look at wildlife and the issues affecting the living world with Tony Soper , Jeremy Cherfas and Dodo Humphries.
This week David Attenborough reports on the mountain gorillas of Rwanda with fresh evidence of the effect of poaching.
TONY SOPER , following a recent visit to the Falklands, assesses the impact of military activities on the rich wildlife of the islands.
Producer ROBIN HELLIER
Editor JOHN STARK . BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Soper
Unknown: Jeremy Cherfas
Unknown: David Attenborough
Unknown: Tony Soper
Producer: Robin Hellier
Editor: John Stark

: Images of War

Artists 1939-45
A series of seven programmes
Memories of World War II recalled by artists and illustrated by their paintings.
3: Philip Meninsky
The fall of Singapore in February 1942 was one of the most humiliating defeats in British history. For Philip Menlnsky , a young commando, there began a three-year struggle to stay alive. Forced by the Japanese to work on the notorious Burma Railway, he managed to make a pictorial record of life in the jungle camps. His drawings of surgical instruments and artificial limbs made out of scraps of metal and bits of wood is a remarkable record of man's ingenuity under the most appalling circumstances.
Film editor PADDY WILSON Producer TOM CONWAY

Contributors

Unknown: Philip Menlnsky
Editor: Paddy Wilson
Producer: Tom Conway

: Russell Harty

It's Thursday night with Russell Harty and his special guests for the odd half-hour from Manchester.
Producer FIONA JOHNSTON director JOHN ROONEY

Contributors

Unknown: Russell Harty
Producer: Fiona Johnston
Director: John Rooney

: International Snooker

The Benson and Hedges Masters from the Wembley Conference Centre
RAY REARDON and DAVID TAYLOR are seeded to play this nine-frame quarter-final but JIMMY WHITE and DEAN REYNOLDS , who did so well in last year's World Championship, may upset the odds.
DAVID ICKE introduces highlights of the start of the match.

Contributors

Unknown: Ray Reardon
Unknown: David Taylor
Unknown: Jimmy White
Unknown: Dean Reynolds
Introduces: David Icke

: Forty Minutes

... of documentary
Something to Do with Video
Video has opened many doors. To an Indian family it's a link with a distant language and culture. To the police it's an impartial record of events that could secure a conviction. To the Pirate it means easy money, to the frightened pensioner in the high-rise block it's security.
Already the video-opportunist has appeared on the streets of London. In the summer two men, video-equipped, waited in the darkness of the red-light area behind King's Cross ...
Film cameraman NAT CROSBY
Film recordist clive Derbyshire Film editor RAY FRAWLEY
Executive producer ROGER MILLS Director TED cmsby

Contributors

Editor: Ray Frawley
Producer: Roger Mills
Director: Ted Cmsby

: Grapevine

A Pit's Ending?
Snowdown Working Men's Club is mine host for this special report from a community under threat of execution. After decades of toil half-a-mile under rural Kent, this close-knit community now faces the possible closure of its pits. David Rappaport and Juliet Blake spend an evening at the Snowdown Club discussing the future with the miners and listening to the colliery choir and the Snowdown Youth Brass Band.
Producer PETER LEE-WRIGHT COMMUNITY PROGRAMME UNIT

Contributors

Unknown: David Rappaport
Unknown: Juliet Blake

: Newsnight

: International Snooker

DAVID ICKE introduces further coverage and the result.

Contributors

Introduces: David Icke








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