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: Open University

Technology: Eurekaaargh! (1)

: Daytime on Two

9.20 Inset TVEI
1: Managing Change
The Government's technical and vocational education initiative aims to broaden and enrich the education of 18-year-olds and to make school and college more relevant to students' needs. How are TVEI ideas put into practice? Film editor AMBER LANE Producer ROGER FRY (e)
9.52 Making History. The Tudors Ships and Seamen
Presenter RICHARD BURROWS Producer JILL SHEPPARD (R) (e)
10.15 Look and Read Geordie Racer
6: Light of St Mary
Spuggy and Janie link the pigeon messages with the recent spate of burglaries and while hot on the trail, they make an important discovery - but Spuggy gets a terrible shock ... Written by CHRISTOPHER RUSSELL With LEON ARMSTONG. LIEN LU CHARLES COLLINGWOOD MARY EDWARDS
KATIE HEBB. DEREK GRIFFITHS
MICHAEL HEATH. RACHEL MACKAY FRED PEARSON. PETER ROWELL JUUE STEVENS. KEVIN WHATELY Producer SUE WEEKS (e)
10.38 The Brunei Experience Easy Does It
To check the movement of the massive SS Great Eastern when it was launched sideways into the Thames. Brunei relied on planes, hydraulic jacks and winches. How do today's young technologists solve a similar problem on a much smaller scale? Presenters SU INGLE. MAX GLASKIN with FRANCIS EVANS Film editor BOB RYMER
Producer ROBIN GWYN (e)
11.00 Watch. The Elements Under the Earth: Rural
(e)
11.18 Logo
Not So Much a Program
Kids with computers show
TIMMY MALLET that Logo is easy to learn, fun to work with and useful in all sorts of ways.
Producer MORTON SURGUY (R) (e)
11.35 Getting to Grips with Racism
It Really Gets to You
This first programme in the series shows what it's like for individuals to be on the receiving end of racist attitudes and what can be done about it. Presenter TERRY BADDOO (e)
11.55 Home Economics. Inset Teachers' Programme
How are teachers of this subject meeting the challenges and facing the opportunities ofGCSE?
Consultant KATHLEEN JOHNSON Producer MORTON SURGUY (e)
12.20pm Gli Italiani
Il sindaco di Montemilone An Italian version of the programme shown last Tuesday. Series producer JEREMY BENNETT Producer ADAM CURTIS (R) (e)
12.50 Espana Viva
The fifth of 15 programmes (R) (e)

Contributors

Presenter: Richard Burrows
Producer: Jill Sheppard
Written By: Christopher Russell
Unknown: Leon Armstong.
Unknown: Collingwood Mary Edwards
Unknown: Katie Hebb.
Unknown: Derek Griffiths
Unknown: Michael Heath.
Unknown: Rachel MacKay
Unknown: Fred Pearson.
Unknown: Peter Rowell
Unknown: Juue Stevens.
Unknown: Kevin Whately
Unknown: Max Glaskin
Unknown: Francis Evans
Editor: Bob Rymer
Presenter: Terry Baddoo
Unknown: Kathleen Johnson
Producer: Jeremy Bennett
Producer: Adam Curtis

: Mop and Smiff

Written and presented by Mike Amatt The Carnival
Mop becomes a prince and Smiff meets the queen. BBC North West (R)
1.38 Dragon Trail
3: The Wizard of Cwrt-y-Cadno From the days of Merlin the magician, there have lived in remote villages in Wales
Dynion Hysbys - wise men or wizards who were said to be able to see into the future, call up storms and protect animals from witchcraft. None have had a greater reputation than
Dr John Harries of Cwrt-y-Cadno. Presenter GILLIAN EUSA
Camera HUGH DAVIES , ASHLEY ROWE Editor PETER FOULDS
Series producer SIAN OWEN
Producer/director ANGELA WILLIAMS

Contributors

Presented By: Mike Amatt
Unknown: Dr John Harries
Presenter: Gillian Eusa
Unknown: Camera Hugh Davies
Editor: Peter Foulds
Producer: Sian Owen
Director: Angela Williams
John Harries: John Pierce Jones
Tomos Tomos: Dorien Thomas
Hannah: Carys Llywelyn
Moses Bowen: Elfed Dafis
Judge: Brinley Jenkins
Madman: Julian Howarth

: News

Weather followed by You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds Cosmo and Dibs both want to have the first turn. Henry the Kangaroo and Ellie go to the library. Carolyn goes lobster fishing with her father. Song: Do You Know the Muffin Man?
Presenter SHEILA CHITNIS Director CLARE ELSTOW
Producer NICC1 CROWTHER (R)(e)

Contributors

Presenter: Sheila Chitnis
Director: Clare Elstow
Producer: Nicc1 Crowther
Cosmo: Frances Kay
Dibs: Francis Wright

: See Hear

: Seabrook Down Under

Twelve thousand miles away from Britain's wintry shores and the gardens of New Zealand are at their best. Peter Seabrook visits the Rhododendron Trust at
Pukeiti near New Plymouth, North Island. It's a tropical rain forest with over 2,000 varieties of rhododendrons. 40 foot high camellias, and fuchsia bushes 12 feet across. Producer RUSS MORASH BBC presentation by DENIS W GARTSIDE BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Seabrook

: News

Weather followed by Olympic
Match of the Day
Action from the Olympic ice-hockey championship in Calgary.
Introduced by Steve Rider
Today's scheduled games are NORWAY V WEST GERMANY, the holders USSR v AUSTRIA, and the 1980 champions USA v CZECHOSLOVAKIA.
Television presentation CTV

Contributors

Introduced By: Steve Rider

: Catchword

Wordsmiths from all over Britain face Paul Coia and Bryan the Computer with his sets of letters.
Today's new contestants are JOHN MANN and JANICE LAZARUS
Designer PAT CAMPBELL
Research JULIE ADAIR , CAROLINE DAVIDSON Director JUSTIN ADAMS
Producer CHARLES NAIRN BBC Scotland

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Coia
Unknown: John Mann
Unknown: Janice Lazarus
Designer: Pat Campbell
Unknown: Research Julie Adair
Unknown: Caroline Davidson
Director: Justin Adams

: Best of Brass

Introduced by Gerald Harrison this is the last concert in the series welcoming back five of your favourite bands and the first of your requests.
The bands are: current
Best of Brass champions
Desford Colliery Dowty Band conducted by HOWARD SNELL with guest soloist
Wendy Picton (euphonium) Foden OTS Band conducted by HOWARD SNELL Ever Ready Band conducted by MAJOR PETER PARKES
Lewis Merthyr (Cardiff Lift Co) Band conducted by NIGEL G. SEAMAN and to wrap up the series, CWS (Glasgow) Band conducted by ANTHONY SWAINSON

Contributors

Introduced By: Gerald Harrison
Conducted By: Howard Snell
Soloist: Wendy Picton
Conducted By: Howard Snell
Conducted By: Major Peter Parkes
Conducted By: Lewis Merthyr
Conducted By: Nigel G. Seaman
Conducted By: Anthony Swainson

: Gardeners' World

from north Devon BBC Pebble Mill

: Olympic Grandstand

The XV Olympic Winter Games
The latest action from Calgary Introduced by Desmond Lynam Ice Hockey Sweden were the surprise winners of the last world championship, but can they win the Olympic title for the first time? Today, in group A, they were playing their second match of the opening round, against Poland.
Commentator BARRY DAVIES Women's Luge
Two runs today, with a further two tomorrow will decide the medallists. The
East Germans look powerful enough to repeat their clean sweep of the medals four years ago, while the British luger is ALISON WREFORD , a former international water skier.
Commentator TONY GUBBA Alpine Ski-ing
The first run of the slalom in the men's combined event, which is being held in the Olympics for the first time since 1948. You can see the second run to decide the medals in Olympic Report at 11.35pm.
Commentator DAVID VINE Television presentation CTV

Contributors

Commentator: Barry Davies
Unknown: Alison Wreford
Commentator: Tony Gubba

: Telejournal

with Carlos Riera and Corina Poore
The news in Spanish from both sides of the Atlantic and stories from America, the Spanish language news magazine, which covers
Latin America, and items of interest to Hispanics living in the United States. Researcher CRISTINA LAGO Assistant producer DANIELLA DANGOOR
Director AMANDA FIDLER
Series producer BERNARD ADAMS (e)

Contributors

Unknown: Carlos Riera
Unknown: Cristina Lago
Producer: Daniella Dangoor
Director: Amanda Fidler
Producer: Bernard Adams

: All on a Mardi Gras Day

Today is Shrove Tuesday, in French, Mardi Gras , and tonight is the night before Lent. While the British celebrate with pancakes, the Latin world explodes in a riot of music and spectacle.
Tonight, live for the first time, Arena presents the world's three biggest carnivals. At 10.45pm the programme moves to BBC1. Director JIM GABOUR
Producer MARY DICKINSON
Editors ANTHONY WALL. NIGEL FINCH 0 FEATURE: page 82

Contributors

Unknown: Mardi Gras
Director: Jim Gabour
Producer: Mary Dickinson

: Newsnight

The last word on world events analysed by Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Snow
Unknown: Donald MacCormick

: Weatherview

: Olympic Report

Desmond Lynam introduces highlights of the fourth day of competition in Calgary. The men's combined alpine ski-ing event, designed to find the best all-rounder, was decided by today's slalom, while the women lugers are at the halfway stage after two runs earlier this afternoon.
There was a sell-out crowd at tonight's big ice-hockey match at the Olympic
Saddledome, where the hosts, CANADA, took on the SWISS. Television presentation CTV

Contributors

Introduces: Desmond Lynam

: Open University

The MacKenzie Story
R.F. MacKenzie , the internationally famous Scottish educationalist who died in December 1987, was twice dismissed from the headships of schools in storms of controversy. His 'liberal', even 'revolutionary' views on the curriculum and corporal punishment attracted criticism from school staff and local politicians. Despite the wide coverage of his dismissal in 1974, this is the only television programme to examine the events in detail.
Producer KEN UTILE (R)

Contributors

Unknown: MacKenzie Story
Unknown: R.F. MacKenzie








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