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: Open University

Science: The Dawn of Man

: Wimbledon 86 and International Athletics

Wimbledon 86
The 100th Lawn Tennis Championships
Eight of the top men's tennis players in the world are two matches away from the Final of Wimbledon. BBC cameras bring you the best of the quarter-final matches in the Men's Singles.
The Ladies' Singles quarter-finals are also completed today. Introduced by HARRY CARPENTER
International Athletics from Stockholm
Live coverage of this evening's Grand Prix meeting where Olympic champion
SEBASTIAN COE was expected to tackle the 1500 metres.

Contributors

Introduced By: Harry Carpenter
Unknown: Sebastian Coe

: Whistle Test

Mark Ellen visits Denmark for a fun-packed day with The Damned, who are recording a new album to celebrate their 10th anniversary. Andy Kershaw introduces The Bangles and It Bites live from the studio while Ro Newton catches the Jonathan
Richman/Terry Allen double bill as they perform for an enthusiastic audience at the Town and Country Club. Plus today's new singles chart and the Video Vote on [number removed]Producers
JOHN BURROWES, TREVOR DANN Director MAY MILLER
Editor MICHAEL APPLETON

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Ellen
Introduces: Andy Kershaw
Unknown: Ro Newton

: Best of Oz: Caddie

- continues a season of classic films from
Australia. This week starring Helen Morse and Jack Thompson Australia, 1925. When
Caddie learns that her husband is having an affair, she responds to his violence by doing the 'unthinkable'. She leaves her comfortable middle-class home, taking her children with her, and sets out to lead an independent life.
Caddie takes the only job she can get, as a barmaid, in an attempt to build her new existence. This film, based on a true story, depicts her struggle against all the odds.
Screenplay by JOAN LONG
Produced by ANTHONY BUCKLEY Directed by DONALD CROMBIE
0 FILMS: page 19

Contributors

Unknown: Helen Morse
Unknown: Jack Thompson
Play By: Joan Long
Produced By: Anthony Buckley
Directed By: Donald Crombie
Caddie: Helen Morse
Peter: Takis Emmanuel
Ted: Jack Thompson
Josie: Jacki Weaver
Leslie: Melissa Jaffer
Bill: Ron Blanchard
Sonny: Drew Forsythe
Esther: Kirrili Nolan
Maudie: Lynette Currin
Terry Marsh (aged 5): Simon Hinton
Terry Marsh (aged 11): Sean Hinton
Ann Marsh (aged 2): Deborah Kounnas
Ann Marsh (aged 9): Marianne Howard

: Newsnight

11.30 Weatherview

: Music at Night

Howells: King David

: Open University

Knottley Fields: Whose Timetable? The second of two programmes covering events at Knottley Fields
Comprehensive School, following the introduction of a new course. Producer EDWARD MILNER (R)

Contributors

Producer: Edward Milner








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