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: Open University

Introduction to Psychology

: Play School

What's on the menu for starters?
Would you like a soupçon of weeds?
Presenter Jane Hardy Guest Johnny Ball
Story: Stick in the Mud by CHRIS GALER
BBC Video (same title) BBCV b 9011; record or cassette. Play On (songs from Play School), REC/ZCM 332 from retailers

Contributors

Presenter: Jane Hardy
Unknown: Johnny Ball
Unknown: Chris Galer

: Gharbar

In today's programme
Surinder Kochar chairs a discussion between parents and schools. Taking part are Usha Sahni , a head teacher, and Asha Rana , a playgroup leader. Parveen Mirza talks to
WPC Neelu Bhardwaj about neighbourhood watch schemes. Imtiaz Mirza sings a Punjabi song.
An Asian Unit presentation BBCPebbleMill

Contributors

Unknown: Surinder Kochar
Unknown: Usha Sahni
Unknown: Asha Rana
Unknown: Imtiaz Mirza

: The Physics of Matter

Ideal Sounds
A novel use of sound enables us to observe temperature changes in the stratosphere, and determine temperature variations in a power station furnace with remarkable accuracy.
Producer TONY DUGGAN
A BBC/Open University production

Contributors

Producer: Tony Duggan

: Chock-a-Block

A See-Saw programme (R)

: News Summary

with subtitles, followed by Weather

: Song of Gloucester

A musical journey around one of England's loveliest counties, from Chipping
Camden through the sleepy sunlit Cotswolds and across the Severn plain to the dark and mysterious depths of the Forest of Dean.
Johnny Coppin has taken the words of Gloucestershire poets like Gurney, Harvey and Drinkwater and set them to music in his own lyrical style.
Producer MIKE DORNAN BBC Midlands

Contributors

Unknown: Johnny Coppin
Producer: Mike Dornan

: Daisy Miller

starring
Cybill Shepherd Barry Brown The star of Moonlighting plays a hare-brained American heiress determined to ignore social conventions.
Her lack of inhibitions shocks and fascinates the socially correct Frederick
Winterbourne. Nevertheless, he follows Daisy to Rome - only to find her entranced by an Italian of dubious repute.
Screenplay by FREDERICK RAPHAEL based on the book by HENRY JAMES Produced and directed by PETER BOGDANOVICH
0 FILMS: page 28

Contributors

Unknown: Cybill Shepherd
Unknown: Barry Brown
Play By: Frederick Raphael
Book By: Henry James
Directed By: Peter Bogdanovich
Annie P 'Daisy' Miller: Cybill Shepherd
Frederick Winterbourne: Barry Brown
Mrs Ezra B Miller: Cloris Leachman
Mrs Costello: Mildred Natwick
Mrs Walker: Eileen Brennan
Mr Giovanelli: Duujo Del Prete
Randolph C Miller: James McMurtry
Charles: Nicholas Jones

: Designers

Six programmes on the things we use and the people who design them.
3: Making Money, or Making Sense?
If you see a need for a product and industry doesn't want to know - how do you turn your idea into reality? The London Innovation
Network may be the answer. Film editor DAI VAUGHAN Producer IAN WOOLF (E)

Contributors

Editor: Dai Vaughan
Producer: Ian Woolf

: Sweat of the Sun, Tears of the Moon

The third of an eight-part series on South American society. 'The least reported and most exciting region' of the world. Inca Cola
The Spaniards crushed the Inca empire and their descendants still control most of the wealth and power in Peru. Under the Incas, Peru was a land of plenty. Their descendants live precariously on impoverished small-holdings, or drift to city slums. With a third of the national budget going to the armed forces and another third on international debts, the generals get Exocets and the poor get nothing.
Jack Pizzey investigates the Inca revival and interviews former president Belaunde Terry. Produced and directed by GEOFFREY BARNES
An AUSTRALIAN BROADCASTING CORPORATION production

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Pizzey
Unknown: Belaunde Terry.
Directed By: Geoffrey Barnes

: M*A*S*H

starring
Five O'Clock
Charlie Charlie is a celebrity at the 4077th. The most inept pilot in the North Korean air force, his daily routine of flying over an ammunition dump, dropping mortars and missing every time, is the most popular spectator sport this side of Seoul. But Frank thinks it's time to fire back.... Written by LARRY GELBART and LAURENCE MARKS
Directed by NORMAN TOKAR (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Charlie Charlie
Written By: Larry Gelbart
Written By: Laurence Marks
Directed By: Norman Tokar
Hawkeye: Alan Alda
Trapper John: Wayne Rogers
Colonel Blake: McLean Stevenson
Radar: Gary Burghoff
Hotlips: Loretta Swit
Major Frank Burns: Larry Linville
Fr Mulcahy: William Christopher

: ScreenPlay: Brick is Beautiful

by Andy Armitage
'Bricks have a future, Mr Clark - you can count on that. They're out there waiting to be taken!'
'There is one small problem.'
'What's that?'
'Well - they're still attached to buildings, most of them, aren't they?'
Steve thinks there is a fortune in reclaimed bricks. But how will his ambition affect his girlfriend, Maureen, and his mates, Brad, Dez and Snapper?
Feature: page 16

Contributors

Writer: Andy Armitage
Music: Bill Connor
Film editor: Dave King
Photography: John Hooper
Producer: Brenda Reid
Director: David Wheatley
Steve: Christopher Wild
Maureen: Caroline Milmoe
Brad: Ian Mercer
Dez: Paul Oldham
Snapper: Terry Sue Patt
Mr Bennett: Tommy Boyle
Mr Bainbridge: Bert Gaunt
Tin Man: Stephen Boyes
Maureen's mum: Lottie Ward
Steve's mum: Ruth Holden
Teresa: Wendy Votel
Elaine: Gilly Coman
Mrs Bennett: Roberta Kerr
Mr Clark: Louis Raynes
Mr Shepherd: Anthony Benson
Doug: Drew Dawson
Alec: Doc O'Brien
Student: Mike Donelan
Mrs Huxley: Joan Campion
House owner: Margo Stanley
Estate agent: Ian Bleasdale
Police officer: John Ryan

: Newsnight

11.30 Weatherview

: Open University

11.35 Victorian Moral Painting TIM HILTON provides a vivid assessment of a number of pre-
Raphaelite paintings. He contrasts what he calls 'vulgarity and sentimentality' of their so-called moral subjects, with the techniques and craftmanship of the actual painting.
Producer PAUL KAFNO (R)
11.55 Mechanisms of Pain Relief This programme features recent research into the action of three very different types of pain killer - aspirin, local anaesthetics and opiates.
Producer NELL CAMERON (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Tim Hilton
Producer: Paul Kafno
Producer: Nell Cameron








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