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: Open University

6.5 Modern Art: Mondrian. 6.30 Oceanography: The Tay Estuary. 6.55 Biology: Insect Hormones. 7.20 Energy and Rockets.
7.45 Risk: Screening Nuclear Hazard.

: For Schools, Colleges

9.35 Encounter: Germany At Work
9.53 Capricorn Game
A serial adventure: part 6

: Interval

: Play School

Story: The Nurse and Her Family (traditional) Presenters
Sarah Long , Andrew Secombe

Contributors

Unknown: Sarah Long
Unknown: Andrew Secombe

: Closedown

: The Standards Debate

This is the second of two programmes before an invited audience in the Royal Institution, in which Professor A. H. Halsey and Kenneth Minogue call and examine witnesses to present evidence over conflicting views about present educational standards.
Producer SUZANNE CAMPBELL-JONES
A BBC/Open University production

Contributors

Unknown: Professor A. H. Halsey
Unknown: Kenneth Minogue
Producer: Suzanne Campbell-Jones

: The Old Grey Whistle Test

with Roman Holliday, Nick Lowe

Contributors

Unknown: Nick Lowe

: Diversions

Two Stroke Cowboys

: International Rugby Special

New Zealand v
The British Isles
NIGEL STARMER-SMITH introduces highlights of the First Test Match in Christchurch and brings news of reaction to the game.

: News Summary

with subtitles, followed by Weather

: Shane

The film starring
Alan Ladd , Jean Arthur
Van Heflin , Brandon de Wilde
This classic Western, shot on magnificent locations in Wyoming, depicts the bitter feud that existed between homesteaders and the cattlemen of the 1890s. Shane, a mysterious gunfighter, is reluctantly drawn into the fight between the rival groups and forced into a climactic gunfight with Wilson, the hired killer. The story is seen through the innocent eyes of Joey, a young boy who idolises Shane.
Screenplay by A. b. cimmiE jr
Based on a novel by JACK SCHAEFER
Produced and directed by GEORGE STEVENS Films: page 21

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Ladd
Unknown: Jean Arthur
Unknown: Van Heflin
Play By: A. B. Cimmie
Novel By: Jack Schaefer
Directed By: George Stevens
Shane: Alan Ladd
Mrs Starrett: Jean Arthur
Mr Starrett: Van Heflin
Joey Starrett: Brandon de Wilde
Wilson: Jack Palance
Chris: Ben Johnson
Lewis: Edgar Buchanan
Ryker: Emile Meyer
Torrey: Elisha Cook Jr
Mr Shlpstead: Douglas Spencer
Morgan: John Dierkes
Mrs Torrey: Ellen Corby

: No Soap, Radio: The Bum's Rush

The last in the present series
Stumbling in and out of a shabby story of mistaken identity are a number of other screwballs who definitely have nothing whatsoever to do with the plot.

Contributors

Produced by: Les Alexander
Produced by: Dick Smith
Directed by: Bill Hobin
Roger: Steve Guttenberg
Karen: Hillary Bailey
Mr Plitzky: Bill Dana
Mrs Belmont: Fran Ryan
Morris: Jerry Maren
Claire: Edie McClurg
Tuttle: Stuart Pankin
Pete Hawkins: Harvey Vernon
RiCO: Phil Rubenstein

: In at the Deep End

Chris Serle and Paul Heiney take it in turns to plunge in at the deep end and learn the hard way about a completely new world.
In the last of the series Chris Serle tests his nerve in the gruelling, high-speed world of rallying. His target is one of the world's toughest motoring events, the RAC Rally, co-driving for Britain's top star Roger Clark. Rally aces Rauno Aaltonen and John Taylor have only two months to teach weekend driver Chris how not to go for a spin. Jackie Stewart and Stirling Moss give Chris a crash course in fast driving on the circuit at Brands Hatch. But even the experts cannot prepare Chris for what the RAC Rally has in store.
Highly entertaining (DAILY EXPRESS) Riveting (SUNDAY TIMES) Series producer ADAM CLAPHAM Producer TONY SALMON

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Serle
Unknown: Paul Heiney
Unknown: Chris Serle
Unknown: Roger Clark.
Unknown: Rauno Aaltonen
Unknown: John Taylor
Unknown: Jackie Stewart
Unknown: Stirling Moss

: Newsnight featuring Campaign 83

JOHN TUSA , PETER SNOW and DONALD MACCORMICK present full coverage of the day's developments on the hustings, and examine the most important issues of the campaign with leading politicians.
VINCENT HANNA analyses the latest swings in voters' intentions with the Newsnight 100-the programme's representative panel of voters from across the country, and Newsnight's team of reporters cover the country to bring you details of the constituencies, the personalities and the issues that will determine the result.
LINDA ALEXANDER and JOAN BAKEWELL present Newsnight's review and analysis of the rest of the day's events.

Contributors

Unknown: John Tusa
Unknown: Donald MacCormick
Unknown: Vincent Hanna
Unknown: Linda Alexander

: * am Open University

11.40 Money Grows on Trees
The layout chosen for a gas pipeline in the Gulf of Mexico follows a theory of tree structures.
12.5 am Fluctuating Exchange Rates
A look at the problem of fluctuating exchange rates In the British economy.
12.30 Who Represents Whomf
Neighbourhood councils claim to representtheircommunity;sodocitycouncils. When there Is conflict, as in Liverpool, then who represents whomT








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