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: Open University

Women Speaking: part 2

: Gharbar

The weekly magazine programme for Asian women which provides advice and information on matters of interest to them.
An ASIAN UNIT presentation BBCPebbleMill

: Daytime on Two

9.52 Making History
The Tudors: The Great House
Visiting stately homes is one of the most popular ways of spending a day out.
But do you know how and why changes in building design reflect changes in life-styles between the Medieval and Tudor periods?
Haddon Hall provides the perfect opportunity to find out. Presenter
RICHARD BURROWS
Producer JILL SHEPPARD (R) (e)
10.15 Look and Read Fair Ground!
7: Ozzie Thinks Again
Ozzie is convinced that Mr Turnbull is up to no good - but Bert will not listen. Written by CHRISTOPHER RUSSELL
Producer SUE WEEKS (R) (e)
10.38 Investigating Science And the Forecast is ... How observation, measurements and the recognition of patterns in the ever-changing atmosphere provide the basis for predicting the weather.
Narrator MAC ANDREWS Producer ROBIN GWYN (e) followed by Red Sky at Night?
Clouds, sky signs and the behaviour of flowers and animals have provided a rich variety of weather lore. How reliable are such sayings?
Presenter FRED HARRIS
Series producer ROBIN GWYN (e)
11.0 Watch
Birds: Feathers (R)
(e)
11.17 Now and Then
Leisure and Recreation: Beside the Seaside
Albert Brown and his granddaughter Rachel go to Blackpool for the day. It's a place where Albert spent many holidays as a child. Is Blackpool the same now as it was then? Narrator su POLLARD
Producer DAVID MORGAN (e)
11.37 Textile Studies Spinning a Yam
The basic properties of a fabric depend on the yarn, and the yam's quality is decided by the fibres. A look at fibres, including a new polyamide that looks and feels just like cotton. Presented by KEITH CHEGWIN Producer JOHN CHAPPLE (R) (e)
11.57 Politics and You Put it to the Vote
(e)
12.18 pm Going to Work:
Life Skills. Looking for Work Eddie goes to London to stay with his sister and her husband. He looks for work but with not much luck. (R) (e)
12.40 The Taste of Health With JUDITH HANN
Budget Cooking (R) (e)
1.5 Telejoumal
(e)
1.38 Walrus
What Should I Do?
Larry and the Big Hello
There's a question of loyalty for Larry.
Producer MORTON SURGUY (R) (e)

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Burrows
Producer: Jill Sheppard
Unknown: Mr Turnbull
Written By: Christopher Russell
Producer: Robin Gwyn
Unknown: Albert Brown
Presented By: Keith Chegwin
Producer: John Chapple
Producer: Morton Surguy
PC Davies: Dave Ismay
Mrs Darwen: Mona Hammond
Mr Darwen: David Foxxe
Larry: Mmoloki Chrystie
Mr Jatti: Homi Nanavaty
Barney: Smon Beal
Brenda: Sally Watkins
Alice: Angela Clements
Tich: David Garlick
George Dogger: Timmy Mallett

: You and Me

A series for 4- and 5-year-olds How can Cosmo and Dibs fit so many bowls and saucepans on to one shelf? Henry and Ellie find bus-stop signs.
Tania's father goes to work by helicopter to Bishop Rock lighthouse. Song:
'Put your finger in the air'
Presenter GARY WILMOT Film director ERIC MTVAL
Studio director SUE ARON (R) (e)

Contributors

Presenter: Gary Wilmot
Director: Eric Mtval
Cosmo: Frances Kay
Dibs: Francis Wright

: Cameo

Way of the River
The moods of a Hampshire river as winter passes and spring wakens new life.
Narrator Roger Snowdon Presented by KEITH HOPKINS BBC Bristol (R)

Contributors

Narrator: Roger Snowdon
Presented By: Keith Hopkins

: Songs of Praise

from Larkhill Garrison
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES

: Newsnight Afternoon

with Nick Clarke and the Newsnight team. Editor TIM ORCHARD

Contributors

Unknown: Nick Clarke

: News and Weather

Regional News and Weather

: Pamela Armstrong

Music and conversation with Pamela and her guests.

: Year of the French

March:
The High-Speed Railwayman The French take great pride in the technology of the TGV, their high-speed train.
Philippe Coriat is a guard with a degree. He enjoys the prestige and glamour of working on the Paris-Lyon run of the TGV. Less enjoyable are the slow night trains. Between journeys he finds time to watch a talking duck in one of Lyon's popular cafes-theatres.
Narrator Michael Dean Songs by FRANCIS CABREL
Series editor EDWARD MIRZOEFF Producer JONATHAN GILI (R)

Contributors

Songs By: Francis Cabrel

: My Music

The popular game of musical knowledge. (R)

: The Citadel

by A. J. CRONIN dramatised in ten parts by DON SHAW starring
Ben Cross
Clare Higgins
7: 'Chris, I don't want to be like them. I'm not after a Rolls-Royce or a place in Harley Street! I just want to be a successful doctor. What's wrong with that?'
Producer KEN RIDDINGTON Director MIKE VARDY

Contributors

Unknown: A. J. Cronin
Unknown: Don Shaw
Unknown: Ben Cross
Unknown: Clare Higgins
Producer: Ken Riddington
Director: Mike Vardy
Andrew Manson: Ben Cross
Christine Manson: Clare Higgins
Miss Cramb: Susan Porrett
David Hope: David Gwillim
Toppy Le Roy: Sarah Berger
Frances Lawrence: Carmen du Sautoy
Sir Robert Abbey: John Welsh
Freddy Hamson: Michael Cochrane
Debutante: Alison Temple Savage

: The Running, Jumping and Standing Still Film

A film about one man looking at some others in a field.
Peter Sellers 's first production has been described by one undistinguished critic as 'short'.
Devised by PETER SELLERS
Based on some strange thoughts by SPIKE MILLIGAN , PETER SELLERS MARIO FABRIZI and DICK LESTER Directed by DICK LESTER (Sepia) (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Sellers
Unknown: Spike Milligan
Unknown: Peter Sellers
Unknown: Mario Fabrizi
Unknown: Dick Lester
Directed By: Dick Lester

: Top Crown

BBC2 Invitation Pairs Crown Green Bowling Tournament from Pilkingtons Recreation Club, St Helens
Tonight's third quarter-final sees the appearance of BRIAN DUNCAN and NORMAN FLETCHER , runners-up in 1982 but among the favourites to win this time round. Their opponents: STAN FRITH and BRIAN PROLZE , semi-finalists three years ago. Introduced by Richard Duckenfield
Commentator HARRY RIGBY Producer KErm Phillips BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Duncan
Unknown: Norman Fletcher
Unknown: Stan Frith
Unknown: Brian Prolze
Introduced By: Richard Duckenfield
Commentator: Harry Rigby

: One Man and His Dog

The BBC Television
International Sheepdog Championship
Introduced by Phil Drabble with Eric Halsall
First semi-final For England:
Thomas Longton from the Conder Valley with Bess For Ireland:
Dan O'Sullivan from Clogheen with Nell
The Brace Championship begins today:
Colin Gordon with Robbie and Nell (Wales) v
Peter Hetherington with Jim and Cap (Scotland)
Director DAVID PICKTHALL Producer IAN SMITH

Contributors

Introduced By: Phil Drabble
Unknown: Eric Halsall
Unknown: Thomas Longton
Unknown: Dan O'Sullivan
Unknown: Colin Gordon
Unknown: Peter Hetherington
Director: David Pickthall
Producer: Ian Smith

: Food and Drink

The final programme of the series presented by Chris Kelly
Michael Barry , Jill Goolden Do it Yourself?
Processed ham is pricey - is home-cooked ham cheaper, and does it taste better? A special task force from the Birmingham Townswomen's Guild finds out.
Naughty but Nice
A crafty pudding recipe that's high in calories and well worth the indulgence. Food of the Future
From the International Food Exhibition - closed to the public - what the food industry has in store is revealed.
Film directors
WILFRED EMMANUEL JONES TRACEY MACLEOD
Studio director JEREMY MILLS Producer PETER BAZALGETTE
For fact sheet send 50p cheque or postal order (payable to BSS) to [address removed]

Contributors

Presented By: Chris Kelly
Presented By: Michael Barry
Presented By: Jill Goolden
Unknown: Wilfred Emmanuel Jones
Unknown: Tracey MacLeod
Producer: Peter Bazalgette

: Two of a Kind

continues a season of films new to television tonight starring George Burns Robby Benson Cliff Robertson
'Boppy' and Nolie are grandfather and grandson respectively - each with his own problems. Since his wife's death, 'Boppy' has withdrawn increasingly into his own private world. And 21-year-old Nolie is hyperactive but mentally retarded. This moving film tells the story of how the youngster determines to bring the old man back to the world he has 'left'.
Gradually Nolie undergoes some changes as the result of his emerging maturity ...
Screenplay by JAMES sadwith Produced by STANLEY KALLIS Directed by ROGER YOUNG 0 FILMS: page 19

Contributors

Unknown: George Burns
Unknown: Robby Benson
Unknown: Cliff Robertson
Play By: James Sadwith
Produced By: Stanley Kallis
Directed By: Roger Young
Ross 'Boppy' Minor: George Burns
Nolie Minor: Robby Benson
Dottie Minor: Barbara Barrie
Frank Minor: Cliff Robertson
Nurse Mary: Frances Lee McCain
Irene: Geri Jewell
Ted Hahn: Ronny Cox
Nurse Harris: Peggy McKay
Phelps: Justin Lord
Barry: Dirk Blocker
Barbara: Karla Devito

: Newsnight

Peter Snow
Donald MacCormick and Adam Raphael analyse the major events of the day, with news reports from
Westminster to Washington.

Contributors

Unknown: Donald MacCormick
Unknown: Adam Raphael

: Weatherview

: Ludwig van Beethoven

The Complete Piano Sonatas Daniel Barenboim plays Sonata No 19, Op 49 No 1
Directed by JEAN-PIERRE PONNELLE
Produced by METROPOLITAN, Munich

Contributors

Unknown: Daniel Barenboim
Directed By: Jean-Pierre Ponnelle

: Open University

Landscape: Bodmin and Dorset
Cliffs and quarries give the geologist a direct view of the geology of an area, but the landscape provides many subtle hints about the geology hidden beneath the soil.
Producer BARRIE WHATLEY (R)

Contributors

Producer: Barrie Whatley








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