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: Open University

Maths and so on ...

: Trades Union Congress 1987

The opening session live from Blackpool of the 119th Annual Congress, including the presidential address by Fred Jarvis , General
Secretary of the National Union of Teachers.
Commentators Vivian White and Nicholas Jones Editor PHILIP CAMPBELL

Contributors

Unknown: Fred Jarvis
Commentators: Vivian White
Commentators: Nicholas Jones
Editor: Philip Campbell

: Hokey Cokey

A See-Saw programme Ready for a walk in the jungle? ... but keep a look out for wild animals! With Chloe Ashcroft and Don Spencer
Musical director RICHARD BROWN Percussion PETER HOWLAND
Script associate ROBIN HALDANE Produced by CHRISTINE HEWITT Executive producer
CYNTHIA FELGATE (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Chloe Ashcroft
Unknown: Don Spencer
Director: Richard Brown
Director: Percussion Peter Howland
Unknown: Robin Haldane
Produced By: Christine Hewitt
Unknown: Cynthia Felgate

: Sign Extra

: 100 Great Sporting Moments

Moto-cross 1965
'... It's Dave Bickers. ... it's Jeff Smith. ... it's Murray Walker with moto-cross.'
Series producer JEFF GOODARD (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Dave Bickers.
Unknown: Jeff Smith.
Unknown: Murray Walker

: Trades Union Congress 1987

The Future of the Unions in Britain
This is the key note debate for the week on the unions' role, shape and value in society.
Commentators Vivian White and Nicholas Jones including at
3.00 News and Weather and 4.00 News and Weather
Regional News and Weather

Contributors

Commentators: Vivian White
Commentators: Nicholas Jones

: Northwards

Eric Robson introduces a selection of the best of BBC Newcastle's documentary film series.
Boys with the White Stuff
In 1964, a horse called Santa Claus won the Derby. It also won Tim Doody from
Limerick enough cash to buy a wagon and start painting white lines on our roads.
Written and produced by DAVID BEAN
Executive producer JOHN MAPPLEBECK

Contributors

Introduces: Eric Robson
Unknown: Tim Doody
Produced By: David Bean
Producer: John Mapplebeck

: Look Stranger

Distracted
Tymes Roundhpads and Cavaliers lay siege to Lincoln Castle dunng a spectacular battle recreated by the English Civil War Society. With authentic costumes and real gunpowder, they spend their weekends living the life of the 17th century, but for some it's more than a hobby. Producer ROGER KEECH
Film editor STEPHEN TURNER (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Tymes Roundhpads
Producer: Roger Keech
Editor: Stephen Turner

: The Saint In London

opens a season featuring the famous sleuth, starring George Sanders Sally Gray
The suave
Simon Templar - alias 'the Saint' - is back on homeground in this lively London-based thriller.
Currency fraud, a couple of murders and much skulduggery keep Templar on his toes, until right triumphs and the gentlemanly detective can rest on his laurels.
Screenplay by LYNN ROOT and FRANK FONTON from the LESLIE CHARTERIS story The Million Pound Day
Produced by WILLIAM SISTROM
Directed hy JOHN PADDY CARSTAIRS
0 FILMS: page 19

Contributors

Unknown: George Sanders
Unknown: Sally Gray
Unknown: Simon Templar
Play By: Lynn Root
Unknown: Frank Fonton
Unknown: Leslie Charteris
Produced By: William Sistrom
Unknown: John Paddy Carstairs
Simon Templar: George Sanders
Penny: Sally Gray
Dugan: David Burns
Teal: Gordon McLeod
Lang: Henry Oscar
Kusella: Ralph Truman
Spengler: Carl Jaffe
Mrs Brighton: Nora Howard
Blake: Ballard Berkeley

: Spirits of an Amber Past

Canadian immigrants
Antanas and Anastasia Tamosaitis work hard to keep the folk art and legends of their native Lithuania alive in their paintings, tapestries, sculptures and dance. Every summer their home becomes a place of pilgrimage for young
Canadian-born Lithuanians. Written, produced and directed by RAMUNA MACDONALD (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Anastasia Tamosaitis
Directed By: Ramuna MacDonald

: Live from the Proms

The whole of tonight's concert from the Royal Albert Hall , London, in which composers from
America, France, Russia, Denmark and Finland are represented in music full of vivid imagery. Concert suites from ballets by Shostakovich and Prokofiev underline the dance theme running through this year's Proms. City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra led by FELIX KOK conducted by Simon Rattle with the celebrated Swedish soprano
Elisabeth Soderstrdm in evocative folk songs from the Auvergne and a rarely-heard setting by Sibelius of a fantastic Finnish legend. Introduced by Michael Berkeley Part 1
Gershwin Cuban Overture Canteloube Songs of the Auvergne (selection) Shostakovich
The Age of Gold (suite)

Contributors

Unknown: Royal Albert Hall
Unknown: Felix Kok
Conducted By: Simon Rattle
Soprano: Elisabeth Soderstrdm
Introduced By: Michael Berkeley

: * Interval

Elisabeth Soderstrom - one of the greatest living operatic actresses, and a favourite with British audiences - talks to Michael Berkeley about her passionate commitment to opera and the concert hall.
Including excerpts from some of her memorable television performances.
Director KRISS RUSMANis

Contributors

Unknown: Elisabeth Soderstrom
Unknown: Michael Berkeley
Director: Kriss Rusmanis

: * Part 2 Nielsen Pan and Syrinx Sibelius Luonnotar Prokofiev Scythian Suite

Subtitles by GILLIAN WIDDICOMBE
Sound JOHN CAULFIELD (Television) MIKE LUCOCK (Radio 3)
Lighting DENNIS BUTCHER Executive producer KENNETH CORDEN
Directed by RODNEY GREENBERG
A simultaneous broadcast with Radio 3. Viewers with stereo Radio 3 may wish to turn off TV sound and position their speakers on either side of the screen, but a few feet away. Stereo headphones provide a suitable alternative.

Contributors

Unknown: John Caulfield
Producer: Kenneth Corden
Directed By: Rodney Greenberg

: Man-Eaters of Kumaon

Screenplay by JOHN ELLIOT and MARTIN BOOTH with and When the tigers in the hills of Kumaon turn from their natural prey to taking human life, the villagers send for help to naturalist and big-game hunter Jim Corbett. Sickened by the slaughter for sport, Corbett has swapped his rifle for a cine camera and is faced with an agonising decision: to save the lives of Indian villagers he has grown up with, or to destroy the animals he has now dedicated his life to protecting.
Music TERRY OLDFIELD
Produced by RANI DUBE . PETER JONES Directed by ALEX KIRBY A Natural World Special

Contributors

Unknown: John Elliot
Unknown: Jim Corbett.
Produced By: Rani Dube
Directed By: Alex Kirby
Jim Corbett: Frederick Treves
his sister Maggie: Anna Cropper
Norah Vivian: Jackie Smith-Wood
Graham Vivian: Roger McKern
Bahadur Singh: Habib Tanveer
Robin Hood: Barry John
Baines: Tim Bentinck
Audrey Clay: Jenifer Landor
Kunwar Singh: Zul Villani
Grandmother: Zohra Segal
Madho Singh: B. S. Bhatnagar
Ram Singh: Bobby Srivartava
Governor: Snowy McKee
Shankar: Anang Desai
Khansamah: Vinod Nagpal

: Newsnight

The last word on world events analysed by Peter Snow, Donald MacCormick and Adam Raphael with reports from around Britain by Ian Smith
Chris Lowe and Nick Worrall.

Contributors

Presenter: Peter Snow
Presenter: Donald MacCormick
Presenter: Adam Raphael
Reporter: Ian Smith
Reporter: Chris Lowe
Reporter: Nick Worrall
Assignment Editor: Nick Guthrie
Assignment Editor: Adrian Milne
Producer: Eamonn Matthews
Producer: Nigel Chapman
Deputy Editor: Philip Campbell
Editor: Peter Bell

: * Weatherview

: * Open University

King Cotton s Palace was Manchester's Victorian town hall, commissioned to portray the pride and ambition of this Victorian boom city. and paid for by wealth generated by the mills, canals and railways.
Producer TONY COE (R)

Contributors

Producer: Tony Coe








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