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: Open University

Manpower Services and the School

: Nuclear Weapons: Inquiry, Analysis and Debate

Arms Control
Exploring the process of arms control negotiation from a US and a Soviet perspective.
Negotiators and observers from both sides discuss the difficulties that arise when opposing delegates negotiate formally on arms control. producer roger penfound
A BBC/Open University production

: Engineering Product Design

The Shape of Things to Come What are the implications for design and production of new computerised systems? Producer LAN SPRATLEY
A BBC/Open University production

: The Flumps

A See-Saw programme Moonshot (R)

: Graphs, Networks and Design

The Mariner 9 Code
The Mariner 9 probe sent splendid high-definition Pictures back from Mars using a tiny power transmitter. A triumph for codes and coding theory. Producer JOHN STRATFORD
A BBC/Open University production

Contributors

Producer: John Stratford

: News and Weather followed by Gardeners' World

from Barnsdale
Presented by Geoff Hamilton and Roy Lancaster
Producer DENIS W. GARTSIDE
Executive producer JOHN KENYON
BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Presented By: Geoff Hamilton
Presented By: Roy Lancaster
Producer: Denis W. Gartside
Producer: John Kenyon

: Just Another Day

with John Pitman Driving School
Every day a band of brave - some might say foolish - instructors set out in dual-control cars to teach people how to drive. Pupils like 69-year-old Mrs Patience Pumphrey, whose record to date: more than 100 lessons and two failed tests.
Series producer EDWARD MIRZOEFF Director DESMOND LAPSLEY (R)
(Just Another Day tomorrow at 3.3U)

Contributors

Unknown: John Pitman
Unknown: Mrs Patience
Producer: Edward Mirzoeff
Director: Desmond Lapsley

: Payment in Kind

starring
Milos Kopecky
Oldrich Lukasek , a successful Prague lawyer, is forced to move to the mountains for his health. Too young to retire, he sets up his practice in a small town and is startled when his first client offers him a rabbit as a fee. As he investigates her case, Lukasek discovers that small town justice is a matter of blackmailing witnesses and tampering with evidence. Outraged, he resolves to beat the system.
Screenplay by JAROSLAV DIETL
Directed by JAROMIL JIRES
(A Czech film with English subtitles) 0 FILMS: page 19

Contributors

Unknown: Milos Kopecky
Unknown: Oldrich Lukasek
Unknown: Jaroslav Dietl
Directed By: Jaromil Jires
Oldrich Lukasek: Milos Kopecky
Mrs Lukasek: Alena Vranova
Zuzana: Zlata Adamovska
Mrs Marova: Marie Brozova
Judge Petrik: Martin Ruzek
Joun: Jaroslav Satoransky
Vrana: Karel Augusta
Zdenicka: Marie Malkova
Judge Spacek: Sobeslav Sejk
Kynclova: Irena Hahnova

: Talking Heads Talking Video

From the archives of Video Jukebox John Peel introduces David Byrne of Talking Heads talking about the band's imaginative videos.
Byrne has been described by David Bowie as 'the true artist of rock video'.
(Revised repeat)

Contributors

Presenter: John Peel
Producer: John Archer

: Devil-Ship Pirates

Starring Christopher Lee, Andrew Keir
Crippled by English guns, the Diablo,a small Spanish privateer, puts in at a remote Cornish port for repairs. The villagers believe the Spanish Armada has defeated Drake and the privateers are part of an invasion force - a situation which the brutal Spanish Captain exploits to the full. A swashbuckling adventure from the Hammer Studios.
FILMS: page 19

Contributors

Screenplay: Jimmy Sangster
Producer: Anthony Nelson Keys
Director: Don Sharp
Captain Robeles: Christopher Lee
Tom: Andrew Keir
Harry: John Cairney
Pepe: Michael Ripper
Bosun: Duncan Lamont
Manuel: Barry Warren
Jane: Natasha Pyne
Sir Basil Smeeton: Ernest Clark
Angela: Susan Farmer
Meg: Annette Whiteley
Antonio: Charles Houston
Bragg: Harry Locke
Mandrake: Jack Rodney
Mrs Blake: June Ellis
Miller: Philip Latham
Don Jose: Joseph O'Conor

: Cartoon

Coo-Coo Nut Grove

: Open Space: Bad Meaning Good

The hip-hop or rap scene came to this country from New York in the early 80s. The media exploited the new craze and then dropped what has become, for a growing number of young British blacks, a way of life.
Tim Westwood, a DJ well-respected 'on the street', has made this film as a showcase for the talented young rappers, scratch-mix DJs and graffiti artists in London. With special guest appearance by the New York kings of rap, Run DMC, at the Brixton Academy.

Open Space is the series where the public make programmes under their own editorial control with help from the Community Programme Unit.
FEATURE: page 8

Contributors

Presenter: Tim Westwood
Rappers: Run DMC
Film Editor: Guy Crossman
Producer: Sue Davidson
Series Producer: Peter Lee-Wright

: Q.E.D.: Sight for Sara

It seemed like a perfectly normal birth: Mary and Gordon [text removed] never suspected anything was wrong with their first baby, Sara. The frequent rolling of her eyes was put down to wind, so it was three and a half months before they learned that Sara was born blind, with cataracts in both eyes. Q.E.D.'s cameras followed the [text removed] for four tense months as doctors and family struggled to rescue Sara from her world of darkness.
(Just Another Day tomorrow at 3.30)

Contributors

Series Editor: David Filkin
Producer: Vivienne King

: Wildlife Showcase

A series of nine programmes featuring natural history films from other countries. Wild Cats
You've all seen cats attack a ball of wool, purr on your lap and sharpen their claws on furniture. Their habit of playing with their prey while it still lives, and stalking garden birds is less endearing. The world of their wild cousins is rarely seen; the elusive, graceful, and most deadly wild cats. In form and function, wild cats reach the peak of predatory evolution.
American TV naturalist
Marty Stouffer explores the world of the jaguar, mountain lion, lynx, bobcat, margay, ocelot and jaguarundi. Directed and produced by MARTY STOUFFER
Presented for BBCtv by GEORGE INGER BBC Bristol
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: Marty Stouffer
Produced By: Marty Stouffer
Unknown: George Inger

: M*A*S*H: Bulletin Board

The bulletin board is a constant source of information about recreational delights in store for all personnel. Today's choice is between Henry's sex lecture, a movie (not another Shirley Temple) or the First Annual Polly Adler Birthday Cookout and Barbecue.
Written by LARRY GELBART and SIMON MUNTNER
Directed by ALAN ALDA (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Polly Adler
Written By: Larry Gelbart
Written By: Simon Muntner
Directed By: Alan Alda
Unknown: Paul McGann
Hawkeye: Alan Alda
Trapper John: Wayne Rogers
Lt Col Blake: McLean Stevenson
Hotlips: Loretta Swit
Major Frank Burns: Larry Linville
Radar: Gary Burghoff
Fr Mulcahy: William Christopher
Klinger: With Jamie Farr

: ScreenPlay: Cariani and the Courtesans

by Leslie Megahey
A story of intrigue and romance in 16th-century Venice.
Starring Paul McGann, Simon Callow, Michael Gough, Diana Quick
When Cariani the painter falls in love with the beautiful girl who receives mysterious visitors in the rooms below, he is drawn into a web of danger and deceit.
With Louiza Livingstone, Robert Goodman and the voice of Charles Gray as the storyteller
A Screenplay/Arena presentation
Feature: page 74
(Ceefax Subtitles)

[Photo caption] Cariani (Paul McGann) gets rapidly out of his depth in the watery world of Venice

Contributors

Writer/Director: Leslie Megahey
Designer: Bruce Macadie
Cameraman: John Hooper
Film Editor: Ardan Fisher
Producer: David M. Thompson
Director: Leslie Megahey
Storyteller (voice): Charles Gray
Giovanni Cariani: Paul McGann
Maria: Lucy Hancock
Baroness: Linda Polan
Lavinia: Caroline England
Teresa: Teresa Benham
Moretti: Clive Merrison
Albani: Michael Gough
Raimondi: Simon Callow
Tullia: Diana Quick
Doge's officer: Anthony Milner
[Actress]: Louiza Livingstone
[Actor]: Robert Goodman

: Newsnight

with Peter Snow
Donald MacCormick and Adam Raphael

Contributors

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

: Weatherview

: Open University

11.40 Health and Disease: Customer Service
How do nurses, doctors and social workers deal with their patients or clients? The professional style of each group is illustrated.
Producer VICTOR LOCKWOOD (R)
12.5 Industrial Democracy
There has been much talk about the democracy of the workplace over the last few decades. This programme looks at three contemporary examples in Britain of different forms of industrial democracy, and what it means to the people who work in such places.
Producer HUGH PHILLIPS (R)

Contributors

Producer: Victor Lockwood
Producer: Hugh Phillips








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