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: Open University

6.5 Haydn's London Symphony
6.30 Aladura: The Praying People
6.55 Floating an Oil Rig
7.20 The Yorkshire Woollen Industry
7.45 'Bloody Good Colliers'

: Look Back with Noakes

Wolds and Fens

: The Amazing Adventures of Morph

The Invisible Morph

: Why Don't You ... ?

Your ideas, games and activities presented by children of the Cardiff Why Don't You ... ? gang.

: Play School

Presenter Stuart Bradley Guest Chloe Ashcroft

Contributors

Presenter: Stuart Bradley
Presenter: Guest Chloe Ashcroft

: Cricket

The NatWest Bank Trophy Quarter-final
PETER WEST introduces coverage of the whole of the morning's play from one of today's matches.
Commentators
RICHIE BENAUD , JIM LAKER
Scorer WENDY WIMBUSH
Television presentation
BILL TAYLOR , KEITH MACKENZIE
Executive producer NICK HUNTER

Contributors

Unknown: Richie Benaud
Unknown: Wendy Wimbush
Unknown: Bill Taylor
Unknown: Keith MacKenzie
Producer: Nick Hunter

: Cricket

The NatWest Bank Trophy
Quarter-final: further coverage

: Glorious Goodwood and Cricket

Glorious Goodwood
2.30 The Pimm's Goodwood Stakes (Handicap. 2m 3f)
,3.0 The OCL Richmond
Stakes (6f)
Bassenthwaite will be a strong contender for what was last season's most controversial race with the disqualification of Vacarme.
3.40 The Swettenham Stud Sussex Stakes (Old Mile)
Europe's richest one-mile event with £150,000 added prize money. Robert Sangster will be hoping to win back the input by his Swettenham Stud. Chief Singer has other ideas.
4.10 Findon Maiden Fillies Stakes (6f) Introduced by JULIAN WILSON
Cricket
The NatWest Bank Trophy Further coverage
6.15 pm Cricket
Continued: see page 67

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Sangster
Introduced By: Julian Wilson

: News Summary

with subtitles, followed by Weather

: Collecting Now-Know Your Picture

John FitzMaurice Mills looks at techniques used by artists through the ages.
Understanding vanishing points, perspective and recession are vital to the artist. The Victorians invented gadgets to help, some of which are still in use today.
Studio director FIONA MCKENZIE
Producer CHRISTOPHER LEWIS. BBC Bristol

Contributors

Director: Fiona McKenzie
Producer: Christopher Lewis.

: Harty Goes to Hollywood

of the Olympic Stadium Russell Harty sends the first of his daily reports from 'Tinsel Town'.
Director JOHN ROONEY
Producer KEN STEPHINSON BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown: Russell Harty
Director: John Rooney
Producer: Ken Stephinson

: The Travel Show

Presented by Paul Heiney
The holiday magazine with news, features and essential information.
Kathy Rochford 's Mediterranean report.
The latest adventures of hitch-hiker Matthew Collins.
And last-minute bargains - if you can get away by the weekend. Details also on The Travel Show's information line [number removed].
Jim Bacon 's weather facts and forecasts.
Director SUE LOCHEAD
Producer ROGER MACDONALD
Executive producer ALAN DOBSON BBC Manchester

Contributors

Presented By: Paul Heiney
Unknown: Kathy Rochford
Unknown: Matthew Collins.
Unknown: Jim Bacon
Producer: Roger MacDonald
Producer: Alan Dobson

: Sing Country

Glen Campbell Special from the Silk Cut Festival
The first of several specials from this year's jamboree of country music from the Wembley Arena, introduced by David Allan , who also chats briefly to tonight's star.
Later programmes will feature several different artists in each show, but this week it's a full half-hour from Glen Campbell , with a special guest appearance by Emmylou Harris.
Festival organiser MERVYN CONN
Sound JOHN CAULFIELD , BARRIE HAWES Lighting JOHN KING
Designer PHIL ROBERSON
Produced and directed by DAVE PERROTTET 0 FEATURE: page 11

Contributors

Unknown: Glen Campbell
Introduced By: David Allan
Unknown: Glen Campbell
Unknown: Emmylou Harris.
Unknown: Mervyn Conn
Unknown: Sound John Caulfield
Unknown: Barrie Hawes
Unknown: John King
Designer: Phil Roberson
Directed By: Dave Perrottet

: A Winter Harvest

The final part of a country tale with Cheryl Campbell 3: Rough Weather by JANE BEESON
Winter settles on the moor. Caroline looks forward to Christmas and Patrick's return to the farm. As the year ends she must take stock of her life on the farm. 'She's not like one of us at all, but Tom seems to get on with her,' says Rita bitterly.
Music by FRANK EVANS
Photography ANDREW DUNN
Film editor CHARLES ALDRIDGE Designer DIANA HUNT
Produced and directed by colin GODMAN BBC Bristol
(Postponed from last week)
* Subtitles on Ceefax page 270

Contributors

Unknown: Cheryl Campbell
Unknown: Jane Beeson
Music By: Frank Evans
Unknown: Andrew Dunn
Editor: Charles Aldridge
Designer: Diana Hunt
Directed By: Colin Godman
Caroline Ashurst: Cheryl Campbell
Tom: Mark Elliott
Patrick Ashurst: Mark Wing-Davey
Helen: Sheila Ruskin
Rita: Julia Hills
Jim: John Abineri
Vet: Victor Winding
Martin: Roger McKern
Janet: Heather Todd

: Cricket

The NatWest Bank Trophy Quarter-final
PETER WEST introduces highlights from today's play.
Executive producer NICK HUNTER

Contributors

Producer: Nick Hunter

: Newsnight

John Tusa , Peter Snow , Donald MacCormick and Olivia O'Leary present the reports and interviews that matter with the analysis that counts
Producers PETER BELL
JOHN MORRELI , DAVE STANFORD Directors JOHN WILKINSON
GLEN DAVIES , CHRIS FOX Assignment editors
NICK GUTHRIE. HELEN JENKINS Deputy editor PAUL NORRIS Editor DAVID DICKINSON

Contributors

Unknown: John Tusa
Unknown: Peter Snow
Unknown: Donald MacCormick
Unknown: Olivia O'Leary
Producers: Peter Bell
Unknown: John Morreli
Directors: John Wilkinson
Unknown: Glen Davies
Unknown: Nick Guthrie.
Unknown: Helen Jenkins
Editor: Paul Norris
Editor: David Dickinson

: Life Power

A series of programmes surveying biotechnology.
The Productive Cell
The key to the success of biotechnology is 'scale up' - being able to grow large quantities of living cells under commercial conditions. The cells of microbes, plants and animals are all different, and technologists are working hard to create the right environments in which they can flourish.
Director PAUL SIMONS
Producer PAUL KRIWACZEK

Contributors

Director: Paul Simons
Producer: Paul Kriwaczek

: Kansas City Bomber

The feature film starring
Raquel Welch , Kevin McCarthy
Raquel Welch plays K. C. Carr , a Kansas City Bomber and star of the tough roller-skating circuit, where the brawling and feuding racers provide compulsive spectator sport. Traded to the Portland Loggers, K. C. finds her new team's owner, Burt Henry, has special plans for her future.
Screenplay by THOMAS RICKMAN and CALVIN CLEMENTS Produced by MARTY ELFAND
Directed by JERROLD FREEDMAN Films: page 14

Contributors

Unknown: Raquel Welch
Unknown: Kevin McCarthy
Unknown: Raquel Welch
Unknown: K. C. Carr
Unknown: Thomas Rickman
Unknown: Calvin Clements
Produced By: Marty Elfand
Directed By: Jerrold Freedman
K C Carr: Raquel Welch
Burt Henry: Kevin McCarthy
Jackie Burdette: Helena Kallianiotes
Horrible Hank Hopkins: Norman Alden
Vivien: Jeanne Cooper
Lovey: Mary Kay Pass
Mrs Carr: Martine Bartlett
Tammy O'Brien: Cornelia Sharpe
Randy: William Gray Espy
Len: Dick Lane
Dick Wicks: Russ Marin
Walt: Stephen Manley
Rita: Jodie Foster
Old woman: Georgia Schmidt








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