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: Open University

Maths: Up to the Mark

: The Lords this Week

Christopher Jones reports on last week's debates in the House of Lords.
Editor PETER KENYATTA

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Jones
Editor: Peter Kenyatta

: Daytime on Two

10.0 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds.
Jeni is having a terrible day, and spoils Dibs and Cosmo's game. Maths at the seaside:
'Floating and sinking'. Book: The Very Busy Spider by ERIC CARLE
Presenter JENI BARNETT
Animation EALING ANIMATION Director CLARE ELSTOW (R)
10.15 Music Time
The Ceremonial Meal
A song to describe the Javanese ceremonial meal is sung in two-part harmony. The children learn a Javanese dance to go with the song. Presenters
JONATHAN COHEN , HELEN SPEIRS Children from
HENRY FAWCETT JUNIOR SCHOOL Choreography NINA SOESANTO Producer ELIZABETH BENNETT
10.38 History File
British Social History: 1945-51 The Social Effects of War
The Labour Government of 1945 promised to use the lessons of wartime organisation to fight poverty, bad housing and bad health. This film, largely constructed of propaganda films and cinema newsreels of the period, shows how these ideas were expressed, and how the mood of the country changed in the years that followed. Producer ALAN EREIRA (R)
11.0 Zig Zag. Topical Programme Last year thousands of schools worked on the Domesday Project. PAUL coia and SHEELAGH GILBEY give an up-to-date report on the Domesday Videodisc and set the scene for next month's Commonwealth Games. Producer ADRIAN MILLS
11.22 Thinkabout. Shadow Play Frank, Sally and the children enjoy playing with shadows, but all of a sudden there's a shadow that's a bit scary.
Producer PAT FARRINGTON (R)
11.40 Pages from Ceefax
12.2 pm Mindstretchers
The Spy Who Came in from the Code: Solutions
VICKY UCORISH deciphers the three messages and talks about different ways of making words hard to understand, unless you have the key!
Series producer EDWARD HA YW ARD (R)
12.7 Pages from Ceefax
2.0 Words and Pictures
Frog and Toad are Friends
Oily sends a letter to Sudeep. Follow its progress from postbox to delivery. In the story told by VICKY IRELAND , Frog sends Toad a letter.
Producer MOYRA GAMBLETON (R)
2.16 Pages from Ceefax
2.40 Computer Club
The Computer and the Art
Historian. How can a computer help solve the problem of dating a Tudor painting?
Producer ROBIN GWYN (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Eric Carle
Presenter: Jeni Barnett
Director: Clare Elstow
Unknown: Jonathan Cohen
Unknown: Helen Speirs
Unknown: Henry Fawcett
Producer: Elizabeth Bennett
Producer: Alan Ereira
Producer: Sheelagh Gilbey
Producer: Pat Farrington
Unknown: Vicky Ucorish
Told By: Vicky Ireland
Producer: Moyra Gambleton
Producer: Robin Gwyn
Cosmo: Frances Kay
Dibs: Francis Wright
Frank: Jim Dunk
Sally: Vicky Ucorish

: News Summary

with subtitles; Weather

: Tangmere

... Requiem for an Airfield Tangmere was one of the oldest and most famous stations in the RAF. Now it is derelict. The weed-infested runway and the abandoned control tower hold nothing but memories of pilots and airmen and women, whose finest hour came during the Battle of Britain. Should time erase all traces of the airfield, the graves in Tangmere churchyard will forever remind us of the place
Tangmere had in the history of the RAF. Some of those who served there remember. Film editor BARRIE JOHNSTON Producer JOHN COLEMAN

Contributors

Editor: Barrie Johnston
Producer: John Coleman

: The Royal International Horse Show

from the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham featuring
The Blue Arrow Puissance It's not speed or endurance that are the qualities required tonight, but height. That means the 'big red wall' as the climax to this year's show.
Introduced by DAVID VINE Commentators
RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD
STEPHEN HADLEY
Producer JOHNNIE WATHERSTON

Contributors

Introduced By: David Vine
Unknown: Raymond Brooks-Ward
Unknown: Stephen Hadley
Producer: Johnnie Watherston

: Hollywood Ladies: Jennifer Jones in Love is a Many-Spiendored Thing

starring
William Holden Jennifer Jones
This story of love across the barriers of prejudice and tradition was one of the most successful of Hollywood's romantic dramas. Han Suyin , a young recently-widowed
Eurasian doctor, meets Mark Elliot , an American journalist who is unhappily married.
She rej ects him at first, but he is insistent and a passionate affair ensues ... Based on a bestselling autobiographical novel, the film won an Academy Award for its haunting title song.
Screenplay by JOHN PATRICK
Based on A Many-Splendored Thing by HAN SUYIN
Produced by BUDDY ADLER Directed by HENRY KING
● FILMS: page 13

Contributors

Unknown: William Holden
Unknown: Jennifer Jones
Unknown: Han Suyin
Unknown: Mark Elliot
Unknown: John Patrick
Unknown: Han Suyin
Produced By: Buddy Adler
Directed By: Henry King
Mark Elliot: William Holden
Han Suyin: Jennifer Jones
Mr Palmer-Jones: Torin Thatcher
Adeline Palmer-Jones: Isobel Elsom
Dr Tam: Murray Matheson
Ann Richard: Virginia Gregg
Robert Hung: Richard Loo
Nora Hung: Soo Yong
Third uncle: Philip Ahn
Suzanne: Jorja Curtright
Suchen: Donna Martell
Oh-No: Candace Lee
Dr Sen: Kam Tong

: Horizon

The Goddess of the Earth
At this moment the plants in your garden are producing a gas which could set the planet on fire. Luckily, it won't happen - partly because of ancient bacteria in our guts! This idea forms part of a startlingly controversial theory put forward by Dr James Lovelock to explain how life on earth has survived for three-and-a-half billion years. He argues that life itself actively manipulates the planet, ensuring that the oceans don't boil or freeze and that the atmosphere remains breathable.
His name for this self-regulating system is Gaia - the ancient Greek goddess of the Earth.
Narrator Paul Vaughan Film editor NICK RAYNER Written and produced by JOHN GROOM (R)
0 INFO: page 77

Contributors

Unknown: Dr James Lovelock
Narrator: Paul Vaughan
Editor: Nick Rayner
Produced By: John Groom

: The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin

by DAVID NOBBS starring
Leonard Rossiter and Pauline Yates with John Barron
Reggie becomes involved with his former boss C.J., his former secretary Joan and his old colleagues Tony and David - but it is all very different from the old days at Sunshine Desserts.
Designer PAMELA LAMBOOY Producer GARETH GWENLAN

Contributors

Unknown: David Nobbs
Unknown: Leonard Rossiter
Unknown: Pauline Yates
Unknown: John Barron
Designer: Pamela Lambooy
Producer: Gareth Gwenlan
Reginald Perrin: Leonard Rossiter
Elizabeth Perrin: Pauline Yates
C.J.: John Barron
Joan Greengross: Sue Nicholls
Tony Webster: Trevor Adams
David Harris-Jones: Bruce Bould
Miss Erith: Joan Blackham

: Naked Video

The series ends in a holiday mood. Tune in to discover what you can expect to find on your bargain package tour this year while there is still time to cancel. Featuring Ron Bain , Gregor Fisher
Andy Gray , Helen Lederer
Tony Roper , Elaine C. Smith John Sparkes and Jonathan Watson Music DAVID MCNIVEN
Script editor PHILIP DIFFER Designer IAIN MCDONALD Director BRIAN JOBSON Producer COLIN GILBERT BBC Scotland
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: Ron Bain
Unknown: Gregor Fisher
Unknown: Andy Gray
Unknown: Helen Lederer
Unknown: Tony Roper
Unknown: Elaine C. Smith
Unknown: John Sparkes
Unknown: Jonathan Watson
Music: David McNiven
Editor: Philip Differ
Designer: Iain McDonald
Director: Brian Jobson
Producer: Colin Gilbert

: Just Another Day

with John Pitman Tower of London
The Japanese are quiet, the French a bit messy. The Germans are clean and friendly. And the English? 'Arrogant, pushy and wanting all the attention', says Sandy O'Cunneff who runs the ladies' loo at the Tower. The programme joins the 12,000 tourists 'doing' the Tower - Beefeaters tell spine-chilling stories of blood and guts, a child is lost in all the chaos and there is a break-in in the Jewel House. Director SARAH CAPLIN
Series producer EDWARD MIRZOEFF (R)
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: John Pitman
Unknown: Sandy O'Cunneff
Director: Sarah Caplin
Producer: Edward Mirzoeff

: Newsnight

11.10 Weatherview

: Caribbean Nights

C.L.R. James's First Cricket XI
Born in Trinidad in 1901, C.L.R. James came to
England in the 1930s and was cricket correspondent for the Manchester Guardian. In this programme the author of the now classic book Beyond the Boundary selects his definitive cricket team. From W.G. Grace to Gary Sobers , C.L.R.'s choice spans seven decades and, using rare archive film, reveals some of the greatest moments in cricketing history.
Film editor LAURIE CHOAT
Film cameraman IAN HILTON Producers
ANTHONY WALL . NIGEL FINCH Director CHARLIE PATTINSON An Arena production and at 11.45
Danzon
In an old church in Havana, the Urfe brothers play
Danzones, the first popular
Cuban music to emerge from the blend of African and European traditions at the turn of the century. The dance it inspired was considered shocking by colonial Cuban society.
Film cameraman REMI ADEFARESIN Film editor CHRISTOPHER SWAYNE Director MICHAEL DIBB An Arena production

Contributors

Unknown: Gary Sobers
Editor: Laurie Choat
Unknown: Ian Hilton
Unknown: Anthony Wall
Unknown: Nigel Finch
Director: Charlie Pattinson
Director: An Arena
Unknown: Remi Adefaresin
Editor: Christopher Swayne
Director: Michael Dibb

: Open University

Fast Trains. British Rail first proposed an Advanced Passenger Tram in November 1966, but the nature of the business has changed. Producer KEVIN NEWPORT








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