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: Open University

6.5 Modern Art: Kirchner
6.30 The Alkali Industry
6.55 Biology: Power Plants of the Cell
7.20 Steel, Stars and Spectra
7.45 Juggling with Physics

: Sheffield: the Tertiary Debate

Sheffield Education Authority is proposing to reorganise post-16 education throughout the city as a response to falling school rolls and rising unemployment among school leavers. Producer ANNE DIACK
A BBC/Open University production

: News Summary

with subtitles, followed by Weather

: The Charlie Chan Mystery

Dark Alibi also starring
Teala Loring , Edward Earle
When a former prisoner is found guilty of killing a bank guard during a robbery, the conviction hinges on the fact that his fingerprints are found at the scene of the crime. But Chan suspects the case is 'too perfect' and traces an old conspiracy all the way back to prison ...
Based on the character created by EARL DERR BIGOERS
Produced by JAMES S. BURKETT Directed by PHIL KARLSON
Films: page 18

Contributors

Unknown: Teala Loring
Unknown: Edward Earle
Produced By: James S. Burkett
Directed By: Phil Karlson
Charlie Chan: Sidney Toler
Birmingham: Manton Moreland
Carter: Ben Carter
Tommy Chan: Benson Fong
June: Teala Loring
Hugh: George Holmes
Emily: Joyce Compton
Morgan: John Eldredge
Warden: Russell Hicks
Harley: Edward Earle

: Tucker's Luck

Episode 6 by BARRY PURCHESE
Casual labour for Tucker and Creamy, but Tommy draws them into danger....
Assistant producer ALAN MILLS
Produced and directed by DARROL BLAKE

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Purchese
Directed By: Darrol Blake
Tucker Jenkins: Todd Carty
Alan Humphries: George Armstrong
Tommy Watson: Paul McCarthy
Creamy: Adam Kotz
Sarah Gill: Lisa Geoghan
Vic Humphries: Ray Armstrong
Junior: Christopher Chittell
Ade: Stephen McFarlane
Hacking Jack: Farrell Sheridan
Lisa: Liz Anson
Greg: Duncan Gould
Joe: Perry Fenwick
Lou: Julian Littman
Roy: Glen Murphy
Steve: Alfie Curtis
Labourer: Stephen Gressieux
Lorry driver: Bob Appleby
Duke: Chris Davidson

: Sparks

Young people making things happen 6: The Campaigners
This week: 'young yobbos' versus the 'scarlet sadists'. It's Boxing Day and the Maldon farmers' hunt is in full cry. So are Jenny Spence and her group of hunt saboteurs. Also in this last programme of the series: the Sparkle campaign for health and fitness, and 16-year-old Fyfe John ston who organises young people in Chepstow to protest against nuclear weapons.
Research LAZELL DALEY
Produced by TONY MATTHEWS
For notes by Sparks contributors send sae to Sparks, BBCtv, London [Postcode removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Jenny Spence
Unknown: Fyfe John
Produced By: Tony Matthews

: Reggae, Madness and the Wild Things

Beware! Music can have a serious effect on you. Violins that 'sound like crying', rhythms that make you feel intoxicated 'when you have that bass thudding through you' and wild moods 'when it's all fast, loud and terribly vulgar'. Musicians explain how they convey feelings.
Dennis Bovell and The Dub Band Bob Marley , Vivien Goldman 'Madness' and David Bedford
Oliver Knussen , composer of the opera Where the Wild Things Are. Narrator Nick Ross
Producer BRUCE JAMSON
(Where the Wild Things Are can be seen on Easter Monday)

Contributors

Unknown: Dennis Bovell
Unknown: Bob Marley
Unknown: Vivien Goldman
Unknown: David Bedford
Unknown: Oliver Knussen
Narrator: Nick Ross
Producer: Bruce Jamson

: Cartoon Two

Insydoutsydin

: Chronicle 200

Chronicle looks back at its own past. It has dug into the archives to find highlights from the last 18 years and these are shown in the company of three distinguished archaeologists: Professor Barry Cunliffe
'I suppose what Chronicle has really done for archaeology is to make archaeology respectable as far as the public is concerned. It's made it enjoy

Contributors

Unknown: Professor Barry Cunliffe

: The Music of Gerard Kenny

Part 1 of the concert recorded recently at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, featuring the music of New York-born Gerard Kenny , composer of numerous hit songs such as 'I made it through the rain Nickels and dimes' and 'New York, New York' Special guest appearance Dennis Waterman
Concert production by DEKE ARLON Vocal backing TONY RIVERS SINGERS Musical director JOHN COLEMAN Sound CHRIS NEIL , DOUG HOPKINS Lighting director JOHN ROOK
Executive producer DENIS KNOWLES
Produced by IMPRESSION TV PRODUCTIONS in association with D.J. ARLON ENTERPRISES LTD 0 FEATURE: page 80

Contributors

Unknown: Gerard Kenny
Unknown: Dennis Waterman
Production By: Deke Arlon
Director: John Coleman
Director: Sound Chris Neil
Director: John Rook
Producer: Denis Knowles

: Horizon

The Mind of a Murderer 2: The Mask of Madness
'Kenneth Bianchi is as cold a killer as I have met. The psychological defence is a bunch of hooey.'
(SERGEANT DUDLEY VARNEY ,
Los Angeles Police Department)
'Kenneth Bianchi is a clear-cut multiple personality'. (DR JOHN WATKINS ,
Professor of Psychiatry)
Was Kenneth Bianchi victim of the rare psychological disorder called multiple personality - an illness made famous in the film The Three Faces of Eve? Most of the experts thought so and diagnosed him insane. The police believed the psychiatrists' conclusions were ridiculous.
Part two of The Mind of a Murderer reveals the real mystery of Kenneth Bianchi 's true personality and again, using the videotapes, shows how the remarkable series of interviews threw a new and different light on the case and put psychiatry itself in the dock.
Film editor ROBERT MERCHANT Horizon editor GRAHAM MASSEY
Written and produced by MICHAEL BARNES

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Bianchi
Unknown: Sergeant Dudley Varney
Unknown: Kenneth Bianchi
Unknown: Dr John Watkins
Unknown: Kenneth Bianchi
Unknown: Kenneth Bianchi
Editor: Graham Massey
Produced By: Michael Barnes

: Newsnight

John Tusa , Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick , with MAUREEN CARTER and BRIDGET KENDALL , present the reports and interviews that matter with the analysis that counts.

Contributors

Unknown: John Tusa
Unknown: Peter Snow
Unknown: Donald MacCormick
Unknown: Maureen Carter
Unknown: Bridget Kendall

: Photo Assignment

Denis Healey
Shadow Foreign Secretary and keen amateur cameraman Denis Healey visits his first race meeting and captures on film the glory of Goodwood. Another chance to see Mr Healey at work when he accepts the BBC2 Photo Assignment week challenge.
Producer BARRY BEVINS
BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown: Denis Healey
Unknown: Denis Healey
Unknown: Mr Healey
Producer: Barry Bevins

: Open University

11.55 Calculus: Functions and Graphs
How are mathematical functions and their appropriate graphs related? The programme explores some properties of the hyperbola to obtain an insight into more general cases.
12.20 Systems Organisation: Who Do You Think You're Talking to?
Are you a 'parent' or a 'child' when you talk to your boss or your subordinates? An examination into role-playing in business.








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