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: Open University

Geology: Glaciers

: Bowls

The Bristol and West Championship
It's semi-final time at Beach House Park, Worthing, with DAVID BRYANT and JIM BAKER hoping to reach the final later today.
Introduced by DAVID VINE Commentators
DAVID RHYS JONES
JIMMY DAVIDSON
JOHN BELL , MAL HUGHES
Producer JOHNNIE WATHERSTON

Contributors

Unknown: David Bryant
Unknown: Jim Baker
Introduced By: David Vine
Unknown: David Rhys Jones
Unknown: Jimmy Davidson
Unknown: John Bell
Unknown: Mal Hughes
Producer: Johnnie Watherston

: Pigeon Street

A See-Saw programme (R)

: Bowls

The Bristol and West Championship from Beach House Park, Worthing
Further coverage of today's semi-finals including at
2.0 News and Weather

: The Royal National Eisteddfod of Wales

Porthmadog 1987
The Crowning Ceremony
Television cameras join the assembled members of the Gorsedd of Bards in the National Eisteddfod Pavilion in Porthmadog to give you live coverage of one of the principal ceremonies - the crowning of the winning bard. Commentary Alun Williams Television presentation by HUW BRIAN WILLIAMS BBC Wales
(Chairing Ceremony, Thursday
2.30pm)

Contributors

Presentation By: Huw Brian Williams

: Bowls

The Bristol and West Championship
Live coverage of the final, which should be a fitting climax to two days of top flat green bowling from Worthing. including at
4.0 News and Weather
Regional News and Weather

: No Limits

Newquay
Tonight three new presenters - Sarah and Angela Brown and Paul Little -join regulars Jenny Powell and Tony Baker to star in Five Go to Newquay. No, not an undiscovered Enid Blyton text, but the world's fastest- moving rock show coming from the south west of the south west. Fifty minutes of powerplays, music videos,
British and American charts, interspersed with pasties and pilchards, shark fishing and surf.
But why is Tony eating daffodils and dancing the cancan with Paul Little - surely the rum and raisin fudge can't be that strong? Associate producer JONATHAN KING
Production PETER HAMILTON BBC North West

Contributors

Unknown: Angela Brown
Unknown: Paul Little
Unknown: Jenny Powell
Unknown: Tony Baker
Unknown: Enid Blyton
Unknown: Paul Little

: Tricks of the Trade

Presented by Paul Coia and Debbie Greenwood
Why shouldn't you buy two for the price of one?
What's the key to a bloodless revolution?
And how can onions get you in a tight spot?
Find out the answers ... plus tricks and handy hints galore in this new series which takes the lid off trade secrets. With celebrity tips from
Russell Grant in the kitchen, Stirling Moss and Sian Phillips
Based on an idea by JACK DOUGLAS and LANCE PERCIVAL Produced by CECIL KORER. JOHN ROONEY BBC North West
If you have any hints or tips please send them to:
[address removed] For fact sheets send a large sae to the same address.

Contributors

Presented By: Paul Coia
Presented By: Debbie Greenwood
Unknown: Russell Grant
Unknown: Stirling Moss
Unknown: Sian Phillips
Unknown: Jack Douglas
Unknown: Lance Percival
Produced By: Cecil Korer.

: Animal Squad

The fourth of six programmes about the RSPCA
Not Conducive to Their Care Sid Jenkins and his Animal Squad set up surveillance in the undergrowth to watch some odd goings-on in the rabbit trade.
Executive producer ROGER MILLS Photographed and produced by PAUL BERRIFF
*CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: Sid Jenkins
Produced By: Paul Berriff

: Food and Drink Summer Quiz

Presented by Chris Kelly
Can you recognise three rices or three pulses? Could you tell a malt from a blended whisky, or a brandy from a cognac just by sniffing and tasting; or devise and prepare a vegetarian dish in under two minutes?
These are just some of the culinary challenges which Chris Kelly sets the teams.
Pitted against each other are resident cooks Michael Barry and Michael Smith drinks experts Jill Goolden and Oz Clarke with special guests, writer and broadcaster Gillian Reynolds and cartoonist Bill Tidy Producer JEREMY MILLS
Series producer PETER BAZALGETTE
* RECIPE TIMES: page 71
*CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Presented By: Chris Kelly
Unknown: Chris Kelly
Unknown: Michael Barry
Unknown: Michael Smith
Unknown: Jill Goolden
Unknown: Oz Clarke
Unknown: Gillian Reynolds
Producer: Peter Bazalgette

: Chopsticks, Bulldozers and Newcastle Brown

A year ago the Japanese company Komatsu moved into an empty factory just south of Newcastle. Their aim was to bring the Japanese work ethic to Britain. This series of three programmes looks at the challenges facing British and Japanese workers and management in the first difficult year of the factory.
3: Newcastle Brown
The British manager has been employed by the Japanese to bring morning exercises, uniforms and equal status to Newcastle. The workers he has to convince are Geordies, with a culture quite alien to that of Tokyo head office.
Over the year very British answers are tried to 'the Japanese way'. Reporter
Jackie Spreckley Film cameraman RICHARD RANKEN
Film editor GORDON HOWE Producer DEBBIE CHRISTIE Editor COLIN CAMERON
A Brass Tacks production BBC North West

Contributors

Unknown: Jackie Spreckley
Unknown: Richard Ranken
Producer: Debbie Christie
Editor: Colin Cameron

: Thrillers and Chillers: Crossfire

Starring Robert Young, Robert Mitchum, Robert Ryan

This masterwork of post-war American cinema proved a landmark for RKO and a group of studio regulars. Combining elements of a nerve-wracking thriller with a portrait of a murderous anti-Semite, the film was the studio's most controversial - and commercially successful - of its year.
A soldier murders a Jewish war veteran and is misguidedly protected by some fellow soldiers out of loyalty. Meanwhile a dogged policeman determines that the crime will not go unsolved.
Sharp Chandleresque dialogue, atmospheric photography and fine performances all contribute to a powerful and compelling film.
(Black and white) (Ceefax subtitles)
Films: page 19

Contributors

Screenplay: John Paxton
From the novel "The Brick Foxhole" by: Richard Brooks
Producer: Adrian Scott
Director: Edward Dmytryk
Finlay: Robert Young
Kelley: Robert Mitchum
Montgomery: Robert Ryan
Ginny: Gloria Grahame
Man: Paul Kelly
Samuels: Sam Levine
Mary Mitchell: Jacqueline White
Floyd: Steve Brodie
Mitchell: George Cooper
Bill: Richard Benedict
Detective: Richard Powers
Leroy: William Phipps
Harry: Lex Barker
Miss Lewis: Mario Dwyer

: Newsnight

The last word on world events analysed by Peter Snow
Donald MacCormick and Adam Raphael with political and economic reports from Vincent Hanna Will Hutton and Nick Clarke Assignment editors
NICK GUTHRIE , ADRIAN MILNE Producers DIANA MORTON
EAMONN MATTHEWS. NIGEL CHAPMAN Deputy editor PHILIP CAMPBELL Editor TIM ORCHARD

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Snow
Unknown: Donald MacCormick
Unknown: Adam Raphael
Unknown: Vincent Hanna
Unknown: Will Hutton
Unknown: Nick Clarke
Unknown: Nick Guthrie
Unknown: Adrian Milne
Producers: Diana Morton
Unknown: Eamonn Matthews.
Unknown: Nigel Chapman
Editor: Philip Campbell

: Weatherview

: Bowls

The Bristol and West Championship
Highlights of the day's play from Beach House Park, Worthing
Introduced by DAVID VINE

Contributors

Introduced By: David Vine

: Open University

Light, the Destroyer
This programme shows the destructive effects of light. Weak sunlight burns your skin. fades and rots your curtains and causes transparent plastic to craze or crack. Producer NEIL CAMERON (R)

Contributors

Producer: Neil Cameron








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