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: Open University

Mother-in-Law: Mussolini with Knickers

: Cricket

The NatWest Bank Trophy Quarter-final
TONY LEWIS introduces live coverage of the whole of the morning's play from one of today's matches.
Commentators RICHIE BENAUD
RAY ILLINGWORTH Summariser
TED DEXTER
Television presentation KEITH MACKENZIE ALAN GRIFFITHS

Contributors

Introduces: Tony Lewis
Commentators: Richie Benaud
Unknown: Ray Illingworth
Unknown: Ted Dexter
Unknown: Keith MacKenzie
Unknown: Alan Griffiths

: The Flumps

A See-Saw programme Get Your Skates on Written by JULIE HOLDER
When Perkin is given a pair of roller skates the whole family is 'on the move'. Narration Gay Soper Music PAUL READE
Animation DAVID KELLEHAR Producer DAVID YATES (R)

Contributors

Written By: Julie Holder

: Cricket

The NatWest Bank Trophy Quarter-final
TONY LEWIS introduces live coverage of this afternoon's play from one of today's matches.

Contributors

Introduces: Tony Lewis

: Glorious Goodwood

2.30 The Scottish Salmon Stakes (Handicap. lim)
3.0 The P and OCL Richmond Stakes (6f)
Guy Harwood 's outstanding 2-year-old, Warning, has been earmarked for this, the top 2-year-old prize of the meeting.
3.30 The Pimm's Goodwood Stakes (Handicap. 2m, 3f)
Introduced by JULIAN WILSON Commentators
PETER O'SULLEVAN
JIMMY LINDLEY and JOHN HANMER Producer BOB DUNCAN
3.55 News and Weather
Regional News and Weather followed by Racing and Cricket Racing from Goodwood
4.10 The Swettenham Stud
Sussex Stakes
A battle royal between most of the top milers in Europe with E160,000 as first prize.
Introduced by JULIAN WILSON
Cricket
The NatWest Bank Trophy Quarter-final
TONY LEWIS introduces further coverage of this afternoon's play.

Contributors

Unknown: Guy Harwood
Introduced By: Julian Wilson
Unknown: Peter O'Sullevan
Unknown: Jimmy Lindley
Unknown: John Hanmer
Producer: Bob Duncan
Introduced By: Julian Wilson
Introduces: Tony Lewis

: Open Space

The World's Ill-Divided ... History - hundreds of long-forgotten facts stored in rows of antique books collecting dust. Facts about kings, queens, statesmen - the makers of history. There is another kind of history, one in which we all take part, rich or poor - oral history.
'I can tell you all about Henry VIII but I canna tell you about Willie Bloggs ' so says Bella Keyser , ex-Dundee shipyard welder. Her story, and those of many more older Dundonians, is being kept alive by the work of the Dundee Oral History Project. This film samples the rich and varied history of the city which Winston Churchill promised he would ruin.
'Aye a mind o' that, he was chased out of Dundee, his wife had the pearls pulled from her neck.'
Film editor STEVE SAUNDERS Director STEVE CONNELLY Producer GILES OAKLEY
Series producer PETER LEE-WRIGHT Editor TONY LARYEA
Open Space is the series where the public make programmes with help from the Community Programme Unit. • INFO: page 75

Contributors

Unknown: Henry Viii
Unknown: Willie Bloggs
Unknown: Bella Keyser
Unknown: Winston Churchill
Editor: Steve Saunders
Director: Steve Connelly
Producer: Giles Oakley

: Q.E.D.

The Meaning of Dreams
By the age of 75, each one of us will have spent ten years in another world - seeing bizarre images, experiencing strange sensations and strong emotions. For everyone, whether they remember them or not, will have spent at least two hours a night dreaming. But do these dreams have any meaning? Bill Oddie agreed to submit himself to the scrutiny of psychoanalysts and the experiments of sleep researchers to find out just how much light science can shed on some of the commonest dream images. Series editor DAVID FILKIN
Producer DEBORAH CADBURY
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: Bill Oddie
Producer: Deborah Cadbury

: Wildlife Showcase

featuring natural history films from other countries. Living with Crocodiles
The swamps of northern
Australia are one of the last places on earth where large numbers of saltwater crocodiles flourish in close proximity to the human population.
Capturing one of the world's largest reptiles and collecting its eggs is fraught with dangers. But such risks are part of a vital plan for the survival of this relic from the age of the dinosaur.
TV presentation GEORGE INGER BBC Bristol (R)
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES

: M*A*S*H

starring with Aid Station
The breakfast sausages come in very handy when Henry receives news that 'I'
Company's aid station has sustained heavy shelling. 'Volunteers' to man the station include Hotlips,
Hawkeye and a corpsman who is most concerned that his wardrobe is bequeathed to the right people. Written by LARRY GELBART and SIMON MUNTNER Directed by William JURGENSEN (R)

Contributors

Written By: Larry Gelbart
Written By: Simon Muntner
Directed By: William Jurgensen
Hawkeye: Alan Alda
Trapper John: Wayne Rogers
Colonel Blake: McLean Stevenson
Radar: Gary Burghoff
Hotlips: Loretta Swit
Major Frank Burns: Larry Linville
Fr Malcahy: William Christopher
Klinger: Jamie Farr

: ScreenPlay: Lily My Love

by ELISABETH BOND starring
Bill Paterson Cindy Holden
Lily is 13, Colin is 39 and a vagrant. They run away together. 'One and a half to the English Lakes, single, because we're never coming back, we're going on.' Film editor SUE WYATT
Designer PETER BLACKER
Photography JOHN MCGLASHAN Script editor GEORGE FABER Producer DAVID SNODIN
Director ADRIAN SHERGOLD

Contributors

Unknown: Bill Paterson
Unknown: Cindy Holden
Editor: Sue Wyatt
Designer: Peter Blacker
Unknown: Photography John McGlashan
Editor: George Faber
Producer: David Snodin
Director: Adrian Shergold
Colin: Bill Paterson
Lily: Cindy Holden
Vicar: David Horovitch
Frying Scotsman: Ian Sharp
Shoplady: Lynne Verrall
Guard: Will Tacey
Policeman: Graeme Kirk

: The Western Star Domino Club

Dominos, you might insist, is a British game. Try telling that to the West Indians who play it in clubs like the Western Star in Bristol. They play it faster, louder and with a sign language that makes it uniquely theirs. But more importantly, it's a link with back home, for the Western Star is also a social club for mainly middle-aged West Indians who came to this country in the 60s.
Photography CLIVE NORTH
Film editor ROB HARRINGTON Producer BERNARD HALL BBC West

Contributors

Editor: Rob Harrington

: A Party Political Broadcast

by the Liberal Party

: Newsnight

with Peter Snow
Donald MacCormick and Adam Raphael

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Snow
Unknown: Donald MacCormick
Unknown: Adam Raphael

: Weatherview

: Cricket

The NatWest Bank Trophy Quarter-final
TONY LEWIS introduces highlights from one of today's matches.
Producer KEITH MACKENZIE

Contributors

Introduces: Tony Lewis
Producer: Keith MacKenzie

: Open University

12.10 Public Health: Noise Abatement Two Case Studies
The Derby ring road passes close to residential areas; some householders are entitled to compensation, and the first film looks at the statutory limits. The second film looks at the statutory limits for work environments - in this case, a sawmill.
Producer MARTIN WRIGHT (R)
12.35 Statistics: Sampling
How much drink is in a standard-size can? Does the machine filling the cans always give the right amount? Producer ANDREW BARKER (R)

Contributors

Producer: Martin Wright
Producer: Andrew Barker








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