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: Open University

0.5 Modern Art: Beckmann. 6.55 Biology: Respiratory Mechanism. 7.10 Dawn at 'Man. 7.45 The. Palazzo Farnese , ^aprarola

Contributors

Unknown: Palazzo Farnese

: Play School

: Closedown

: Adult Literacy

Cope Verde:
The Cape Verde Republic, independent since 1975, is one of the world's poorest countries. Illiteracy, though not as high as in some Third World countries, is widespread. This film, the first of two, explores how the problem is being tackled.
Producer towtttD MILNER
A BBC/Open UntverAly production

: SOS Coast Guard

Twelve exciting chapters starring
4": The Fatal Shaft
"Boroff has failed to kill Terry Kent but Terry's sweetheart Jean is taken prisoner by the half-mad inventor's gang. WiU Terry, man.age to rescue- her before the falling elevator brains him .. ?

Contributors

Unknown: Terry Kent
Terry Kent: Ralph Byrd
Boroff: Bela Lugosi
Jean Norman: Maxine Doyle

: The Great Egg Race

Presented by Charlotte Allen In One Minute from Now
Teams- from Sira Institute Ltd, Wuid'art Engineering Ltd and Oxfor'd Medical Systems Ltd are given, the problem of designing and building a one minute clock.
Checking their accuracy are. principal judge Heinz Wolff and guest judge John Stevenson from the Science Museum in London.
Assistant producer CHARLES hvtt
.ProOucer PETER bruci
(Nt'it programme tomorrow at 6.0 pm)

Contributors

Presented By: Charlotte Allen
Unknown: Heinz Wolff
Unknown: John Stevenson
Producer: Charles Hvtt
Unknown: Peter Bruci

: Junior Pot Black

BBC2 Snooker Championship Third of seven programmes
Frame three in the qualifying round, featuring:
John Parrott (Liverpool), Defending Junior Pot Black Champion v Brian Rowswell (Somerset), 1983 British Junior Under 19 Runner-up

Contributors

Unknown: John Parrott

: Six Fifty-five

More top-line music and conversation from the courtyard, presented by Sally James , Paul Cola and Bob Langley.
Editor PETER HERCOMBI BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Unknown: Sally James
Unknown: Paul Cola
Unknown: Bob Langley.
Editor: Peter Hercombi

: Open Space

Where the public sets the agenda Tonight: Time and Other Thieves The A5 special unit inside Holloway is the only therapeutic wing for women in the whole British prison system. Evidence is coming to light that some authorities would like to see it closed down. Bernadette Shannon was there for more than a year and on her release wanted to make a film about it. Community Programmes got in touch with the Home Office, the Home Office got in touch with the Governor. The Governor said no....
Made by bernabette SHANNON with the help of the Community Programme Unit

Contributors

Unknown: Bernadette Shannon

: News Summary

with subtitles, followed by Weather

: International Rugby Special

The Lions' Tour of New Zealand
Nigel Starmer-Snnth introduces highlights of matches against Hawkes Bay, Counties and Waikato, and previews the Fourth" Test. TèleVlSlõrrpWserttlItfÕIÍ produceruuwjonfs

: Backstairs at the White House

The first of. a sensational four-part»v dramatisation of the private lives of- eight American presidents - as seen through the eyes of Maggie Rogers and her daughter Lillian, who served as White House maids for 52 years. This,. lavishly staged drama is based on Lillian's best-seller about their experiences. starring as the Presidents and First Ladies: and the servants:
In 1909 Maggie joins the staff as maid and hairdresser. Pledged to secrecy by an intimidating house-keeper, she witnesses the intimate moments of two very different presidential families-the Tafts and the Wilsons.
Screenplay by GWEN bachi and PAUL ouaov
Produced by ed friendly , micuallo'hehlihy Directed by michael o'hebukt

Contributors

Unknown: Maggie Rogers
Play By: Gwen Bachi
Produced By: Ed Friendly
Woodrow Wilson: Robert Vaughn
Mrs Wilson: Claire Bloom
Mrs Ellen Wilson: Kim Hunter
Warren Harding: George Kennedy
Mrs Harding: Celeste Holm
William Howard Taft: Victor Buono
Mrs Taft: Julie Harris
Lillian Rogers: Leslie Uggams
Maggie Rogers: Olivia Cole
Mercer: Louis Gossett Jr
Mrs Jaffray: Cloris Leachman
Mays: Robert Hooks
Ike Hoover: Leslie Nielson

: Diane Solomon Entertains

The elegant Diane Solomon entertains at 'Blazers' Windsor, with her own brand of popular songs
-in-tire country music vein. '.,Re?*sgecial.gu98t is - „ "
B. A. Robertson - - -.
Hie music is supplied. by Paradox
Sound BARRIE hawes. Lighting cuve POTTER
Producer ItiCit oufcDNER

Contributors

Unknown: Diane Solomon
Unknown: B. A. Robertson

: Newsnight

: Open University

11.95 Reading Development.- A Matter of Farm. Schools can play an Important part in helping their pupils to think about future work. Groups of 13-yearolds begin to consider career choice
12.9 Calculus: Tq«!ot Polynomials
In practice many of the mathematical functions used In science and engineerIng are found from series. Here. two trigonometric functions are calculated.








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