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: Open University

8 5 Maths: Vibration Absorbers. 6.30 Carbonyl Chemistry. 6.55 Injection Moulding. 7.2aThe Atomic Clock. 7.4J Computing and Road Design.

: Play School

Story: Josh Jolly and the Flag by JOYCE TOMSETT Presenters
Carol Chell , Ben Bazell
PianiSt CHRIS WALKER
Designer Stephen faczai
Graphic designer LESLIE FORBES Written by DONNA BRYANT Director MARTIN FISHER
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELCATE

Contributors

Unknown: Josh Jolly
Unknown: Joyce Tomsett
Unknown: Carol Chell
Pianist: Ben Bazell
Pianist: Chris Walker
Designer: Stephen Faczai
Designer: Leslie Forbes
Written By: Donna Bryant
Director: Martin Fisher
Producer: Cynthia Felcate

: Closedown

: Racing, Show Jumping and Cricket

Glorious Goodwood
2.0 Foxall Maiden Stakes (7f)
2.30 Alycidon Stakes (1m 4f)
3.5 Extel Stakes (H'cap. 1m 2f)
The most valuable and competitive race of its kind all season.
3.40 Ralph Hubbard Memorial Nursery Stakes (H'cap. 5f)
Introduced by JULIAN WILSON
Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN ,
JIMMY LINDLEY , JOHN HANMER
The European Show Jumping Championships from Hickstead featuring
The Silk Cut Prize: part 2
The second part of these championships with today's class deciding the placings for the team event. This is a two-round competition with the best three riders from each country carrying forward their penalties from the first day. Introduced by DAVID VINE Commentators
RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD , STEPHEN HADLEY
Cricket: Second Test
The Cornhill Insurance Test Series
England v New Zealand from Headingley
PETER WEST introduces coverage of this afternoon's play.
Television presentation: Racing Richard TILLING
Show Jumping johnnie watherston Cricket BILL TAYLOR

Contributors

Unknown: Ralph Hubbard
Introduced By: Julian Wilson
Commentators: Peter O'Sullevan
Unknown: Jimmy Lindley
Unknown: John Hanmer
Introduced By: David Vine
Unknown: Raymond Brooks-Ward
Unknown: Stephen Hadley
Unknown: Richard Tilling
Unknown: Bill Taylor

: Cartoon Two

Balablok
In this witty and perceptive cartoon, directed by Czech animator BRETISLAV POJAR , the whole arena of human conflict is reduced to its simplest dimensions.
Produced by the NATIONAL FILM BOARD OF CANADA

Contributors

Directed By: Czech Animator
Directed By: Bretislav Pojar

: Museum of the Year

In the last programme of the series, the winner of this year's Museum of the Year Award will be announced, but before that Kenneth Hudson introduces one more of the entries.
It is Bucklers Hard Village and Maritime Museum,
Beaulieu Graham Carter , Head of Education and Interpretation in Beaulieu, is the guide.
Neil Cossons , the new Director of the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, gives expert comment. All the museums featured this week will be reviewed, and at the Awards Ceremony in Vintners' Hall, London, one of them will be named Museum of the Year.
Organised by NATIONAL HERITAGE in conjunction with the ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS Director DAVID PICKTHALL Producer PETER MASSEY

Contributors

Introduces: Kenneth Hudson
Unknown: Beaulieu Graham Carter
Unknown: Neil Cossons
Director: David Pickthall
Producer: Peter Massey

: Six Fifty-five

A sporting theme tonight as football personality Jack Charlton accompanies Bob Langley on a Lakeland walk. Jockey Bob Cham pion, who recovered from cancer to win the Grand National, teams up with actor John Hurt who portrays him in a new film.

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Charlton
Unknown: Bob Langley
Unknown: Bob Cham
Unknown: John Hurt

: News Summary

with subtitles, followed by Weather

: Fun to Imagine

The fourth of six short programmes in which Richard Feynman, Nobel Laureate and Professor of Theoretical Physics at Caltech, California, finds pleasure in thinking about the way the world really is.
This week: How mirrors turn you inside out, why trains stay on the rails... and what swimming-pools and Radio Moscow have in common.

Contributors

Presenter: Richard Feynman
Film Editor: Michael Flynn
Producer: Christopher Sykes
Executive Producer: Graham Massey

: Civilisation: 4: Man - The Measure of all Things

A personal view in 13 parts by Kenneth Clark

'The architect, Leon Battista Alberti, addressed man in these words: "To you is given a body more graceful than other animals, to you power of apt and various movements, to you most sharp and delicate senses, to you wit, reason. memory like an immortal God."'

The early Renaissance saw Alberti and other men of his time emerge as confident individuals, taking delight in art and ideas. Lord Clark visits Florence where European thought was first given a new impetus by the rediscovery of the classical past, and continues his journey to the Palaces of Urbino and Mantua, centres of Renaissance civilisation.
(Subtitles on Ceefax page 270)

Contributors

Presenter: Kenneth Clark
Producer: Michael Gill
Producer: Peter Montagnon

: Gardeners' World

from Barnsdale with Geoff Hamilton and Mary Spiller
CEOFF HAMILTON shows how to take half-ripe cuttings and demonstrates the technique of producing hybrid pelargoniums. MARY SPILLER summer prunes fruit trees and shows how to collect, store and germinate seeds.
Heather Angel discusses good plant photography.
Executive producer JOHN KENYON
Production assistant JEAN LAUGHTON Producer DENTS w. GARTSIDE BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Unknown: Geoff Hamilton
Unknown: Mary Spiller
Unknown: Ceoff Hamilton
Unknown: Mary Spiller
Unknown: Heather Angel
Producer: John Kenyon
Unknown: Jean Laughton

: My Music

The popular game of musical knowledge between
Frank Muir with John Amis and Denis Norden with Ian Wallace Questions set by Steve Race
Recorded at THE WESTMINSTER THEATRE Television presentation Douglas HESPE

Contributors

Unknown: Frank Muir
Unknown: John Amis
Unknown: Denis Norden
Unknown: Ian Wallace

: Maybury

A series in seven parts Lome's Labour
Part 1 by DAVID POWNALL starring
Larry Chalmers is having strange experiences. He sees his own image watching him; he dare not tell anyone. And Joe Wildego, working on short time, cannot cope with his enforced leisure.
Music by DARYL RUNSWICK
Videotape editor PETER REASON Studio lighting ALAN HORNE Designer BRYAN ELLIS
Producer Rum BOSWELL
Directed by DONALD MCWHINNIE * Subtitles on Ceefax page 270

Contributors

Unknown: David Pownall
Unknown: Larry Chalmers
Music By: Daryl Runswick
Editor: Peter Reason
Unknown: Alan Horne
Designer: Bryan Ellis
Directed By: Donald McWhinnie
Dr Eddie Roebuck: Patrick Stewart
Larry Chalmers: Norman Eshley
Joe Wildego: Ray Smith
Lucy Wildego: Jean Boht
Mary Chalmers: Lucinda Curtis
Susan Everett: Elizabeth Adaré
Draper: Charles Hodgeson
Mabel: Margaret John
Sam: David Griffin
Sally: Virginia Lester
Maybury receptionist: Kamilla Blanche
Dr Lovell: Eric Dodson
Patient: Gretchen Franklin
Indian: Ishaq Bux
Barman: Mario McCarthy
Demolition foreman: Harry (aitch) Fielder

: Cricket: Second Test

The Cornhill Insurance Test Series
England v New Zealand from Headingley
RICIIIE BENAUD introduces highlights of the second day's play.

: Newsnight

: The European Show Jumoing Championship

from Hickstead featuring
The Silk Cut Prize: part 2 Highlights of the second stage of these Championships which decided the gold, silver and bronze medallists in the team event.








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