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: Open University

6.25 Ecology: Air Pollution
6.50 Making the Filament of a Light Bulb
7.15 Computing: Random Sampling
7.40 Titian: Three Paintings
8.5 Literacy in Jamaica
8.30 The Art of Charlotte Bronte
8.55 Electronics: A Study in Design
9.20 Colonisin' in Reverse: 2
9.45 Immunology Overview
10.10 IATA: A World System
10.35 The Adelaide Centre in London
11.0 Food Co-operatives in Vermont
11.25 Electromagnetism: 2
11.50 Computing in Community Health
12.15 Special Needs in Education
12.40 Music: Formal Analysis
1.5 Klein's Unification of Geometry
1.30 History of Mathematics
1.55 Rural Transport
2.20 Volunteers and Social Action
2.45 Museum of Modern Art, New York

: Saturday Cinema: Elvis on Tour

To mark the anniversary of the legendary singer's death seven years ago this month, BBCtv are showing this memorable film record of Elvis Presley's concert tour of America in 1972 in which his sensational performances delighted faithful fans and newcomers alike. The film captures the magic of songs ranging from early hits such as 'Don't be cruel' and 'Love me tender' to contemporary ballads such as 'Bridge over troubled water', as well as providing a rare, off-stage picture of the man behind the legend.
Produced and directed by PIERRE ADIDGE and ROBERT ABEL Films: page 13

Contributors

Directed By: Pierre Adidge

: International Golf

The Benson and Hedges International Open from Fulford Golf Club, York
The leaders complete the third round of this European PGA tournament. Commentators CLIVE CLARK
BRUCE CRITCHLEY , ALEX HAY

Contributors

Commentators: Clive Clark
Unknown: Bruce Critchley
Unknown: Alex Hay

: The Year They Raised the Rose

The operation to raise the Mary Rose captured the public imagination in October 1982. Neither HRH The Prince of Wales, Margaret Rule or anyone else will forget the moments when the hull broke the water, when the frame collapsed, when the ship came home.
Now John Selwyn Gilbert and Margaret Rule look back together on the whole story, and forward to plans to conserve the ship, with film of activity behind the scenes before the lift, and excerpts from the outside broadcast coverage and from the Chronicle films of the excavation.
Producers ROY DAVIES. JOHN SELWYN GILBERT Series editor BRUCE NORMAN
(The Wreck of the Mary Rose next Sunday)

Contributors

Unknown: Mary Rose
Unknown: Margaret Rule
Unknown: John Selwyn Gilbert
Unknown: Margaret Rule
Producers: Roy Davies.
Producers: John Selwyn Gilbert
Editor: Bruce Norman
Unknown: Mary Rose

: News and Sport

with Jan Leeming ; Weatherman

Contributors

Unknown: Jan Leeming

: Mendelssohn

1809-1847
The first in a series of six daily programmes in celebration of his music Elijah from St David's Hall, Cardiff Felicity Lott (soprano)
Helen Watts (contralto) Robert Tear (tenor)
Benjamin Luxon (baritone) Owen Webb (treble) Ardwyn Singers director HELENA BRAITHWAITE Cardiff Polyphonic Choir director RICHARD ELFYN JONES Swansea Bach Choir director JOHN HUGH THOMAS
BBC Welsh Symphony Orchestra leader DESMOND BRADLEY conducted by Andrew Davis Introduced by Brian Kay including at 8.30-8.35 Interval
Director KENNETH CORDEN BBC Wales
(Tomorrow: the Octet in E flat at 9.25 pm) 9 FEATURE: page 10

Contributors

Contralto: Helen Watts
Baritone: Benjamin Luxon
Baritone: Owen Webb
Director: Helena Braithwaite
Director: Richard Elfyn
Director: John Hugh Thomas
Leader: Desmond Bradley
Conducted By: Andrew Davis
Introduced By: Brian Kay
Director: Kenneth Corden

: The Lost Babies

A report by Esther Rantzen
When a baby dies at birth, or in the first few days of life, too often he may be taken from his parents before they can see him, or hold him, and then buried in an unmarked grave, unnamed on a death certificate, never photographed. Friends and family may avoid talking about the tragedy. All this is done to try and protect the parents from pain. But in fact the parents need to talk about their grief - a photograph and a funeral can be a lasting comfort. In this programme, parents of stillborn babies and the professionals who care for them describe their feelings in a documentary which, when first transmitted, the British Medical Journal said was 'a marvellous, enlightening programme which will become part of teaching material'.
This revised programme includes some of the stories, volunteered by the many parents who responded to the film when first broadcast, about the reactions from other children in the family when a baby dies, about cot death, and about the damage that can be done when a hospital deals clumsily with newly-bereaved parents. Research SHAUN WOODWARD
Film editor CHRISTINE PANCOTT Producer ESTHER RANTZEN Director JOHN PETTMAN
HELPLINES: page 63

Contributors

Unknown: Esther Rantzen
Editor: Christine Pancott
Producer: Esther Rantzen
Director: John Pettman

: Star Brass

with songs from Eleanor Keenan and piccolo trumpet solos from Graham Walker
THE TEMPLEMORE BAND conductor JACK BURCH

Contributors

Unknown: Eleanor Keenan
Unknown: Graham Walker
Conductor: Jack Burch








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