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: Open University

6.30 Maths: Scalings and Powers
6.55 Falling Leaves and Beating Hearts

: Golf: The Open

The 114th championship from Royal St George's, Sandwich. HARRY CARPENTER introduces live coverage as the early starters in today's first round complete 18 holes of tough links course golf. Commentators
PETER ALLISS , CLIVE CLARK
BRUCE CRITCHLEY , ALEX HAY and MARK MCCORMACK

Contributors

Introduces: Harry Carpenter
Unknown: Peter Alliss
Unknown: Clive Clark
Unknown: Bruce Critchley
Unknown: Alex Hay
Unknown: Mark McCormacK

: Golf: The Open

The 114th championship
The first-round leaders begin to emerge as the late starters complete their rounds. Introduced by HARRY CARPENTER

Contributors

Introduced By: Harry Carpenter

: The People's Schools

Five programmes on the history of mass education in England and Wales. 2: Teachers
Teachers from Norfolk and London look back to the 1920s.
Their experiences echo the early days, 50 years before, when huge numbers were needed to staff the new
Victorian schools and pupil teachers were recruited at 14.
Narrated by Alan Dobie
Series producer ROGER OWEN Producer SALLY KIRKWOOD

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Dobie
Producer: Roger Owen
Producer: Sally Kirkwood

: Timewatch

Peter France introduces the pick of Timewatch films from Carlisle Castle. Treason under Elizabeth I became a matter not of actions but of belief. William Shawcross examines the growth of Elizabethan conspiracy theory.
A Black and Terrible Troop was the name given to a gang of thieves and forgers who terrorised Westmorland 300 years ago.
Margaret O'Callaghan investigates how the law dealt with malefactors.
The Black Death was the most devastating event in English history. Historians have always assumed the disease was bubonic plague.
But recent research suggests something different.
Christopher Andrew pursues the debate.
Director TONY TYLEY
Producer MARGARET WINDHAM

Contributors

Introduces: Peter France
Unknown: William Shawcross
Unknown: Margaret O'Callaghan
Unknown: Christopher Andrew
Director: Tony Tyley
Producer: Margaret Windham

: Sing Country

Loretta Lynn Special with guest appearance by Conway Twitty from the Silk Cut Festival
As the song says, when you're looking at Loretta Lynn ,
'You're looking at country'. David Allan introduces the lady who was the inspiration behind the film Coal Miner's Daughter.
She's joined on stage by another country legend,
Conway Twitty , for a few of their classic duets including 'Mississippi woman,
Louisiana man', 'Feelings', and 'God bless this old world again' Sound
JOHN CAULFIELD , PAUL CUNUFFE Lighting JOHN WIGGINS Designer JOHN STOUT
Producer DAVE PERROTTET

Contributors

Unknown: Loretta Lynn Special
Unknown: Conway Twitty
Unknown: Loretta Lynn
Introduces: David Allan
Unknown: Conway Twitty
Unknown: John Caulfield
Unknown: John Wiggins
Designer: John Stout
Producer: Dave Perrottet

: Alec Clifton-Taylor's English Towns

Totnes, Devon
Totnes, in a fine landscape setting on the southern edge of Dartmoor, was founded by the Saxons close to an important crossing on the River Dart. What gives
Totnes its special identity is slate, quarried locally and hung vertically, often in decorative patterns, on many of the old and originally timber-framed houses. Inside some of these houses there is a series of handsome plaster ceilings. Totnes also has, unusually for England, some historic covered shopping arcades known as 'piazzas' and an ancient Guildhall.
'True it isn't quite one of the most beautiful of our small towns', says Alec Clifton -Taylor, 'but it is one of the most distinctive and the preservation of its individuality is vital.'
Film editor CHARLES CHABOT
Executive producer BRUCE NORMAN
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Contributors

Unknown: Alec Clifton
Editor: Charles Chabot
Producer: Bruce Norman

: Summer Season: Maybe Baby

by JACK KLAFF with Jack Klaff and Helen Bourne
A comic exploration of the pros and cons of bringing a baby into the modern world, featuring not only Jill and Michael, the potential parents, but elephants, dwarf mongooses - and sticklebacks!
Script editor DAVID SNODIN Designer DICK COLES
Producer BRENDA REID Director ROGER GRAEF

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Klaff
Unknown: Jack Klaff
Unknown: Helen Bourne
Editor: David Snodin
Designer: Dick Coles
Producer: Brenda Reid
Director: Roger Graef

: Newsnight

John Tusa , Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick with Jenni Murray and Ian Smith present the reports and interviews that matter with the analysis that counts.

Contributors

Unknown: John Tusa
Unknown: Peter Snow
Unknown: Donald MacCormick
Unknown: Jenni Murray
Unknown: Ian Smith

: Golf: The Open

HARRY CARPENTER introduces highlights of the first round from Royal St George's, Sandwich.
Senior director RICHARD TILLING Directors
FRED VINER , ALASTAIR SCOTT Executive producer HAROLD ANDERSON

Contributors

Introduces: Harry Carpenter
Director: Richard Tilling
Directors: Fred Viner
Unknown: Alastair Scott
Producer: Harold Anderson

: Weatherview

: Weekend Outlook

helps you plan your weekend by previewing daytime programmes of special interest from the Open
University on Saturday and Sunday.

: Open University

12.15 Bicycles: Framed for Success A story of two bicycle frames, one mass-produced, the other handcrafted for the enthusiast. What do they reveal about engineering design?
12.40 An Office Career
Has new office technology affected the traditional role of women secretaries? How is innovation experienced by the workers involved?








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