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: Open University

Unemployed in Clwyd

: Open University Showcase

12.30 Santo Spirito : a Renaissance Church
The church of Santo Spirito in Florence, designed by Filippo Bmnelleschi , was built with only a wooden model as design. This programme explores the precision with which the model was followed.
12.55 The Effective Manager
The programme visits a glass-blowing factory in North Devon and a DHSS office in central Liverpool to discover what their managers share in common.

Contributors

Unknown: Santo Spirito
Designed By: Filippo Bmnelleschi

: Pigeon Street

A See-Saw programme (R)

: News

Weather followed by Buying a Slice
Roisin McAuley explores the increasing conflict behind the chocolate-box image of the British countryside, as house prices rocket, and rural folk on rural wages find country living increasingly beyond their means. Producer STEVE HEWLETT
(First shown in 'Brass Tacks

Contributors

Unknown: Roisin McAuley
Producer: Steve Hewlett

: Italians

A portrait of Italy through the lives often Italians
7: The Enterprising Heiress Giovanna Mazzocchi inherited one of Italy's biggest publishing empires seven years ago. Today
Editoriale Domus of Milan is flourishing under the direction of its young boss. Narrated by Michael Pennington
Producer JONATHAN STEDALL (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Giovanna Mazzocchi
Unknown: Editoriale Domus
Unknown: Michael Pennington
Producer: Jonathan Stedall

: News

Weather followed by James Cameron :
Once upon a Time A five-part series
2: Waiting for Miracles
It's always daunting to revisit one's own past in one s own words. Time is a terrible teacher. Either it gives you a little pat on the back or a terrific kick up the backside. In this film James Cameron goes from Berlin. Venice,
Cyprus, Israel and Notting Hill. to an alcoholics' home in southern England.
Producer JENNY CROPPER (R)

Contributors

Unknown: James Cameron
Unknown: James Cameron
Producer: Jenny Cropper

: Dr Kildare: 5: A Little Child Shall Lead

The classic medical drama series depicting the life of a young doctor in a big city hospital.
A seven-part story starring Richard Chamberlain as Dr Kildare, Raymond Massey as Dr Leonard Gillespie, Lee Kurty as Nurse Lawton
Steve Perrona's misguided attempt to influence matters has a surprising effect on Gillespie and a young girl's love gives the resigned Fred Kirsh a new outlook
(R) (Part 6 tomorrow at 4.00pm)

Contributors

Dr James Kildare: Richard Chamberlain
Dr Leonard Gillespie: Raymond Massey
Nurse Lawton: Lee Kurty

: Great Little Railways

A five-part series 4: Line of Dreams
Narrator John Shrapnel The Marudhar Express steams across the desert lands of north west India carrying a member of the royal house of Jodhpur in first-class comfort. A young boy risks his life clambering between carriages to earn a few rupees on the train.
And a remarkable railway inspector dresses in disguise to catch ticket defaulters. For six hours, they share a journey across the magical land of Rajasthan.
Producer GERRY TROYNA BBC North West (R)
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES

: Couples

Sir Yehudi and Lady Menuhin talk to Dilys Morgan about the nomadic life they have shared for the past 40 years following the concert trail around the world. When they married she was a star in her own right as an actress-ballerina, but the demands of his career meant she had to give up hers. Lady Menuhin admits that she loves arguments and being married to 'the most obstinate man in the world'. She has thrown breakfast trays and a typewriter at her 'infuriatingly calm' husband.

Contributors

Interviewer: Dilys Morgan
Film editor: Dave Monk
Producer: Jeanne La Chard

: A Long Day's Journey

Up to London on the train - that's the way thousands of people from all over the south of England start their working day. Commuting can be expensive, frustrating and exhausting. But, despite complaints of late trains and overcrowded conditions, city workers still accept the daily journey as a necessary evil. So how do you recognise the symptoms when the travelling becomes too much to cope with? And has anyone really assessed the real stresses of commuting?

Contributors

Written and presented by: Nigel Farrell
Producer: Chris Jones

Blog post that mentions this programme:

The Great British commute 30 January 2018

: Mission Impossible

A Ghost Story Written by ED ADAMSON . KEN PETTUS
Directed by REZA BADM (R)

Contributors

Written By: Ed Adamson
Directed By: Reza Badm
Jim Phelps: Peter Graves
Paris: Leonard Nimoy
Dana: Lesley Warren
Barney: Greg Morris
Willy: Peter Lupus

: That Was Then... This Is Now: Gary Glitter

A story of survival and success against all the odds. In a career spanning nearly 30 years with over 30 million records sold, Gary's been up and down more times than the FT Share Index yet the godfather of glam rock won't quit.

Contributors

Subject: Gary Glitter
Videotape Editor: Collo Caulton
Researcher: Rory Sheehan
Producer/Director: David G. Croft

: Under Sail

Just What the Doctor Ordered It's over 40 years since
Dr T. Harrison Butler died - but he is still remembered for the yachts he designed. By profession an eye specialist, in his spare time he was a much respected yacht designer. Today's sailing enthusiasts keep his memory alive - by sailing the vessels he designed, and by joining an association founded by his daughter. Narrator Tom Salmon Photography
RICHARD GANNICLIFFT, PAUL MORRIS Sound by BOB WEBBER. PETER HICKS Film editor DAVID BARRETT Producer BRIAN HAWKINS BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Dr T. Harrison Butler
Unknown: Paul Morris
Unknown: Bob Webber.
Editor: David Barrett
Producer: Brian Hawkins

: Mediterranean Cookery

Seven programmes with Claudia Roden
5: Morocco
Pigeon pie with sugar and cinnamon, and lamb with prunes are two examples of the range of Moroccan food. Producer MADDALENA FAGANDINI Assistant producer
CLARE BRIGSTOCKE (R) (e)
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: Claudia Roden

: I Preferred Madness....

A centenary profile of John Logie Baird (1888-1946) in his own words. He was the archetypal inventor - obsessive, impatient and frustrated by the lack of recognition for his achievements.
And those achievements were unparalleled - the first television transmission, first colour transmission, 3-D TV, a revolutionary navigational aid called Noctovision, not forgetting more down-to-earth inventions, such as the medicated undersock.
But Baird died embittered by the refusal of the establishment to give him the credit he deserved, by the moneymen's failure to back him and his own naivety that had lost him a fortune.
In 1941, while convalescing from a heart attack, Baird dictated his autobiography. Never published, it forms the core of this progamme.
Narrator Mary Marquis
Associate producer DOROTHY-GRACE ELDER
Producer MATTHEW SPICER
Director MICHAEL TOSH
BBC Scotland
FEATURE: page 13

Contributors

Unknown: John Logie Baird
Narrator: Mary Marquis
Producer: Matthew Spicer
Director: Michael Tosh
John Logie Baird: Paul KermacK
Secretary: Wilma Duncan

Blog posts that mention this programme:

Marconi - the Sound of Silence 20 July 2017
Colour Television: 50 Years On 30 June 2017
The Sunday Post: Reith - the BBC Legacy 23 October 2016

: International Athletics

live from Zurich.
Further coverage of tonight's Grand Prix
(Highlights at 11.25pm)

: ScreenPlay: Road

by Jim Cartwright
Winner of the Best Television Drama Prize at the Monte Carlo Festival.
A summer evening on the road. Looking for excitement, Carol and Louise pick up two strange lads.
"Brutal, brilliant and absolutely original.... haunting and important" (Times)
"As powerful a piece of television as anything I have watched ... brilliant" (Daily Mail)
"Surely the most startling danse macabre ... ever attempted" (Independent)
Producers ANDRÉE MOLYNEUX, DAVID M. THOMPSON
Director ALAN CLARKE (R)
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Writer: Jim Cartwright
Producer: Andree Molyneux
Producer: David M. Thompson
Director: Alan Clarke
Louise: Jane Horrocks
Carol: Mossie Smith
Brink: Neil Dudgeon
Eddie: William Armstrong
Helen: Susan Brown
Joey: David Thewlis
Clare: Moya Brady
Jerry: Alan David
Valerie: Lesley Sharp
Brenda: Barbara Keogh
Soldier: Tim Dantay
Brother: Andrew Wilde
Dad: Willy Ross

: Newsnight

: Weatherview

: International Athletics

Highlights of tonight's Grand Prix meeting in Zurich.
Introduced by David Icke with Brendan Foster.

Contributors

Presenter: David Icke
Presenter: Brendan Foster

: Open University

11.55 Maths: Analytic Functions Producer JOHN RICHMOND
12.20 Volunteers and Self-sufficiency Producer JEREMY COOPER

Contributors

Producer: John Richmond
Producer: Jeremy Cooper








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