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: Open University

Technology

: Cricket: MCC Bicentenary Match

MCC v Rest of the World with TONY LEWIS

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Lewis

: Pigeon Street

A See-Saw programme (R)

: Cricket: MCC Bicentenary Match

MCC v Rest of the World

: News and Weather followed by Gardeners' World

from Bristol's Dockland

: Just Another Day

A day on Waterloo Station with John Pitman (R)

Contributors

Unknown: John Pitman

: News and Weather

Regional News and Weather

: Cricket: MCC Bicentenary Match

MCC v Rest of the World from Lord's - Final day TONY LEWIS introduces further coverage of this afternoon's play.

Contributors

Introduces: Tony Lewis

: No Limits

Tonight the world's fastest moving rock show comes from Buxton, at 2,000 feet above sea level one of the highspots in the series. Jenny Powell and Tony Baker with newcomers Paul Jordan and Susan Williams rise to the occasion and to several Derbyshire peaks as well, to present powerplays and study the rockclimbers - not burly blokes on mountains but the hottest hits in the charts.
The intrepid team travels by tram, train and narrow boat to discover if the local economy is entirely based on Bakewell tarts; if England's highest pub is only for the upwardly mobile; if the situation at the Buxton Micrarium is being magnified out of proportion; and what the best-dressed wells are wearing this year.
Associate producer JONATHAN KING Production PETER HAMILTON BBC North West

Contributors

Unknown: Jenny Powell
Unknown: Tony Baker
Unknown: Paul Jordan
Unknown: Susan Williams
Unknown: Buxton Micrarium

: Tricks of the Trade

with Debbie Greenwood and Paul Coia with Russell Grant in the kitchen
When does the ear deceive the eye? What's one of the least liked but most suitable household pets?
Why did Victorian restoration leave too much of an impression?
Find out the answers ... plus tricks and handy hints galore in this series which takes the lid off trade secrets. With celebrity tips from Adrienne Corri and James Allcock Based on an idea by JACK DOUGLAS and LANCE PERCIVAL Produced by CECIL KORER , JOHN ROONEY BBC North West
(In association with Gambit Enterprises)
If you have any hints or tips please send them to: [address removed]. For fact sheet send large sae to above address

Contributors

Unknown: Debbie Greenwood
Unknown: Paul Coia
Unknown: Russell Grant
Unknown: Adrienne Corri
Unknown: James Allcock
Unknown: Jack Douglas
Unknown: Lance Percival
Produced By: Cecil Korer
Produced By: John Rooney

: Animal Squad

Knaresborough Zoo is refused a licence to operate and Sid Jenkins is called in to help find new homes for the 300animals and reptiles. It's a race against the clock to save their lives.
There is conflict and frustration between the Animal Squad and the zoo owners as the council set a deadline for closure. It turns out to be the most harrowing time of Sid's career as he fights to save the animals. Executive producer ROGER MILLS Producer PAUL BERRIFF
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: Sid Jenkins
Producer: Paul Berriff

: Brass Tacks: Tits 'n' Tat?

When millionaire pornographer David Sullivan launched his Sunday Sport newspaper, he promised it would out 'Sun' the Sun. When trades unions and Labour councils poured money into the News on Sunday, they dreamed of a radical tabloid with a purity of purpose. Today it is News on Sunday that is struggling to survive while Sunday Sport prepares to go daily.
After the revolution in Fleet Street, Helen Boaden analyses four of our newest national newspapers to find out what we are getting - high ideals or tittle-tattle and titillation?
BBC North West
(Next week Brass Tacks examines the standards of our national press. Join the debate by phoning us on [number removed]. Lines are open from 9.0 to 11.0pm tonight.)

Contributors

Presenter: Helen Boaden
Research: Juliette Foster
Producer: Brian Barr
Editor: Colin Cameron

: Michael Caine in: The Ipcress File

starring Nigel Green, Guy Doleman
Michael Caine plays Len Deighton's celebrated Cockney hero Harry Palmer in a spy thriller which presents espionage as a shabby and treacherous world. When ex-army officer Palmer is transferred to a civilian outfit for an investigation of a brain drain among scientists, he finds himself the centre of a bizarre intrigue in which nobody is to be trusted.
(Michael Caine introduces Acting on Friday at 9.30pm)
FILMS: page 19

Contributors

Screenplay by: Bill Canaway
Screenplay by: James Doran
Based on the novel by: Len Deighton
Produced by: Harry Saltzman
Directed by: Sidney J. Furie
Harry Palmer: Michael Caine
Dalby: Nigel Green
Riss: Guy Doleman
Jean: Sue Lloyd
Caswell: Gordon Jackson
Radcliffe: Aubrey Richards
Bluejay: Frank Gatliff
Barney: Thomas Baptiste

: Newsnight

The last word on world events analysed by Peter Snow
Donald MacCormick and Adam Raphael with political and economic reports from Will Hutton and Nick Clarke

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Snow
Unknown: Donald MacCormick
Unknown: Adam Raphael
Unknown: Will Hutton
Unknown: Nick Clarke

: Weatherview

: Cricket

from Lord's richie BENAUD introduces highlights of the final day's play.
Producer KEITH MACKENZIE

Contributors

Producer: Keith MacKenzie

: Open University

Physics Beyond Experience
Outside the limited time and space of our everyday perception 'common sense' is not a reliable guide to the microscopic world of the atom. Producer JOHN STRATFORD (R)








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