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: Open University

6.30 Database: Query Languages
6.55 Mother-in-Law: Mussolini with Knickers

: Startup Your Own Business

Testing the Waters
An excellent source of sound advice is the experience of those already running their own small businesses.
A BBC/OU production

: Micros in Schools

Controlling the Computer
The third of four programmes looks at the problems faced by teachers wanting to use a computer in the classroom. A BBC/OU production

: News Summary

with subtitles, followed by Weather

: Heroes

Ian la Frenais, film and television writer and producer, discusses his choice of heroes with Eric Robson. The seeds of Porridge, The Likely Lads and Auf Wiedersehen, Pet can be found in Ian's earliest idols, Just William and Billy Liar, while musical influences include The Rolling Stones and Bob Marley and the Wailers.
Commuting between England and the US, he can appreciate the skills of Joe Namath, the American footballer, as well as those of Len Shackleton, but still he goes home to Tyneside, which has provided so much of the comedy he has developed over the years with his partner Dick Clement.

Contributors

Subject: Ian La Frenais
Presenter: Eric Robson
Director: John Kyle

: Bing Crosby in Welcome Stranger

with Joan Caulfield
Bing as a young country doctor - a rival to the venerable Dr
McRory who has been looking after the health of a small New England community for 35 years. In this charming musical comedy, Bing gradually wins the affection and respect of the local community, but also finds time to croon a few songs.
Screenplay by ARTHUR SHEEKMAN from a story by FRANK BUTLER Directed by ELLIOTT NUGENT
0 FILMS: page 19

Contributors

Unknown: Joan Caulfield
Unknown: Arthur Sheekman
Story By: Frank Butler
Directed By: Elliott Nugent
Dr Jim Pearson: Bing Crosby
Dr Joseph McRory: Barry Fitzgerald
Trudy Mason: Joan Caulfield
Emily Walters: Wanda Hendrix
Bill Walters: Frank Faylen
Mrs Gilbey: Elizabeth Patterson
Roy Chesley: Bob Shayne

: 100 Great Sporting Moments

Gonzales v Pasarell - 1979
This first-round Wimbledon tie took 112 games and more than five hours to complete. Shortly afterwards tie breaks were introduced, so it is unlikely that any future match will have more games. Series producer JEFF GODDARD

Contributors

Producer: Jeff Goddard

: The Living Planet

A Portrait of the Earth by DAVID ATTENBOROUGH
A series of 12 programmes 9:The Margins of the LandDavid Attenborough wades through the sticky mud in an English estuary in search of the creatures that live there and the birds that feed on them. Life is more abundant in the mangrove forests of the tropics, including fish that hunt out of water and the world's largest reptile. Film editor DAVID BARRETT Producer ANDREW NEAL
BBC Bristol * CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: David Attenborough
Unknown: David Attenborough
Editor: David Barrett

: Tom O'Connor

Tom and regulars
Derek Griffiths and Andrew Sachs are befriended by Stacy Doming and Judy Gridley to portray, in sketch and song, the troubled path from childhood to ripe old age.
And, for the last time in this series, the public at large talk about some of the funnier relationships they have encountered.
Designer ANDY DIMOND
Production RICK GARDNER

Contributors

Unknown: Derek Griffiths
Unknown: Andrew Sachs
Unknown: Stacy Doming
Unknown: Judy Gridley
Designer: Andy Dimond
Unknown: Rick Gardner

: The Paul Daniels Magic Show

In the last of the series join Paul Daniels for another display of magic, comedy and audience participation in which he introduces his special guests:
From Great Britain, Rondart, playing darts as you have never seen before.
From the USA, Avner the Eccentric with his one-man vaudeville show. with DEBBIE MCGEE | Musical director KEN JONES f Programme associate ALI BONGO Technical consultant GIL LEANEY
Director GEOFF MILES E Produced by JOHN FISHER

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Daniels
Unknown: Debbie McGee
Director: Ken Jones
Unknown: Gil Leaney
Director: Geoff Miles
Produced By: John Fisher

: Surviving

The last of five programmes about struggle Jayaben Desai
One tiny figure dominated the long and bitter strike at the Grunwick photographic factory during the 70s.
Jayaben Desai , the moving spirit among the strikers, describes the values that sustained her through that fight - values formed during the struggle for Indian independence that dominated her childhood.
Producer JENNY MORGAN

Contributors

Unknown: Jayaben Desai
Unknown: Jayaben Desai
Producer: Jenny Morgan

: 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. Producers HOWARD ANDERSON JANA BENNETT , MIKE ROBINSON Directors
JOHN WILKINSON. CHRIS FOX Assignment editors
NICK GUTHRIE. TOM ROBERTS
Deputy editor JOHN MAHONEY Editor RICHARD TAIT

Contributors

Unknown: John Tusa
Unknown: Peter Snow
Unknown: Donald MacCormick
Unknown: Jenni Murray
Unknown: Ian Smith
Producers: Howard Anderson
Producers: Jana Bennett
Producers: Mike Robinson
Unknown: John Wilkinson.
Unknown: Nick Guthrie.
Unknown: Tom Roberts
Editor: John Mahoney
Editor: Richard Tait

: Weatherview









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