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: Open University

Contemporary Issues in Education

: Open University Showcase

The third of five weeks of showcase programmes. This week looks at the latest outputon diverse topics, such as using space in the home, human genetics, and the history of Kellogg's.
12.30 The Cornflake Story Producer BETTY TALKS
12.55 A Link in the Chain Producer BILL YOUNG

: Pigeon Street

A See-Saw programme (R)

: News

Weather followed by Smoke Gets in Your Eyes
Helen Boaden investigates the non-smokers who want to take legal action to ban smoking at work. Producer BRIAN BARR BBC North West

Contributors

Unknown: Helen Boaden

: Italians

Last programme in the series The Bride of Calabria Natina Manglaviti is 20 and her wedding is a week away. She lives in a small village high up in the mountains in the southern-most tip of Italy. Her fiance is the son of a family friend but, because of local custom, she has never been alone with him. On the day there's a ten-course lunch for 600 guests. Her father, Giuseppe, is proud to have set up his daughter in marriage:
'The greater the head of the family, the finer and bigger the wedding feast'. Narrated by Michael Pennington
Producer JEREMY BENNETT (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Calabria Natina Manglaviti
Unknown: Michael Pennington
Producer: Jeremy Bennett

: News

Weather followed by James Cameron :
Once upon a Time
Last programme in the series A Most Reluctant Witness James Cameron returns to his days as a war correspondent, and questions man's obsession with conflict. For him - the beginning; for man - the end of innocence.
Executive producer ANTHONY ISAACS Producer JENNY CROPPER (R)
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Contributors

Unknown: James Cameron
Unknown: James Cameron
Producer: Anthony Isaacs
Producer: Jenny Cropper

: Dr Kildare

Final part of a four-part story with guest stars
Going Home (R) i (A new story starts tomorrow)

Contributors

Joe Quinlan: Fred Astaire
Sister Benjamin: Laura Devon
Healy: Harry Morgan

: The Victorian Kitchen Garden

A series of 13 films
Presented by Peter Thoday with Head Gardener Harry Dodson 10: September
September is the month that brings Cook the widest choice.
Producer KEITH SHEATHER BBC Bristol (R)
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Contributors

Presented By: Peter Thoday
Unknown: Harry Dodson
Producer: Keith Sheather

: Look, Stranger

The Great Working of Steam Engines at Stourpaine Bushes From tomorrow until Sunday some 100,000 people will enjoy the 'steam spectacular' in Blandford, Dorset. Join Mike Oliver at the showground.
Produced by PETER BALE BBC Bristol (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Mike Oliver
Produced By: Peter Bale

: Children Talking: Running the Home

Harold Williamson goes to Colmer Farm Junior School. (R)

Contributors

Interviewer: Harold Williamson
Director: Cecil Korer
Producer: Michael Barton

: Class of 81

The Cocktail Party BBC Leeds (R)

: Mission Impossible

Encore (m

Contributors

Jim Phelps: Peter Graves
Barney: Greg Morris
Casey: Lynda Day George
Willy: Peter Lupus
Doug: Sam Elliot
Thomas Kroll: William Shatner

: That Was Then... This Is Now

Last in the present series. Known to millions around the world as Johnny Rotten, lead singer with the Sex Pistols, John Lydon survived the demise of the Pistols with his band Public Image Limited. He talks about a career that began back in 1975 and is a long way from being over. Including rare archive clips of the Sex Pistols and PIL.
Videotape editor COLLO CAULTON
Researcher Rory Sheehan
Produced and directed by DAVID G CROFT

Contributors

Unknown: Johnny Rotten
Unknown: John Lydon
Directed By: David G Croft

: Under Sail

The eighteen-Footers of Sydney Harbour
From their humble beginnings as work boats owned by the 'battlers of old Sydney town', the 18-footers have developed into one of the world's fastest sailing vessels.
The modern 18-footers take advantage of the latest technology; the sport they provide is traditional -
'wild, wet and spectacular'. Narrator Tom Salmon Photography
LAURIE MCMANUS , BRETT JOYCE Sound by JOHN GARWOOD , PETER HICKS Film editor JANET ROYLE Producer BRIAN HAWKINS BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Laurie McManus
Unknown: Brett Joyce
Unknown: John Garwood
Unknown: Peter Hicks
Editor: Janet Royle
Producer: Brian Hawkins

: Mediterranean Cookery

Sixth programme in the series with Claudia Roden
Italy All the main influences of the Mediterranean are found in the cooking of southern Italy. In Sicily, the love of sweet things, the sugar and vinegar in savoury dishes and the currants and pinenuts in sauces for pasta, reflect the early Arab presence.
Around Naples and Salerno, it's tomatoes and pasta, pizza and mozzarella.
In Puglia, the heel of Italy, there is a feeling of ancient times and of isolation. Here the food is at its most basic. Assistant producer CLARE BRIGSTOCKE
Producer MADDALENA PAGANDINI (R)(e)
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Contributors

Unknown: Claudia Roden
Producer: Maddalena Pagandini

: Repairing the Heart

Twenty-four hours inside a small Leeds hospital at one of the frontiers of medical care. At Killingbeck Hospital the enemy is heart disease and the weapons employed are high technology and immense skill. The hospital's reputation is as a place where the apparently miraculous can be made to happen every day. Tonight's film follows four patients - two children and two adults - as they put their hopes for future health in the hands of Killingbeck's medical teams. Photography KEITH MASSEY Film editor EDWARD CROOT
Producer PATRICK HARGREAVES BBC Leeds

Contributors

Unknown: Keith Massey
Producer: Patrick Hargreaves

: M*A*S*H

starring
Movie Tonight
A break from the tedium of overhauling the operating theatre arrives with a print of Col Potter 's favourite film. Saturday night at the movie proves to be the MASH 4077th social event of the year!
Written by GENE REYNOLDS , DON REO ALLAN KATZ and JAY FOLB
Directed by BURT METCALFE (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Col Potter
Written By: Gene Reynolds
Written By: Don Reo
Written By: Allan Katz
Directed By: Burt Metcalfe
Hawkeye: Alan Alda
BJ: Mike Farrell
Col Potter: Harry Morgan
Hot Lips: Loretta Swit
Major Frank Burns: Larry Linville
Radar: Gary Burghoff
Klinger: Jamie Farr
Fr Mulcahy: William Christopher

: Screenplay: Between the Cracks

by LENNIE JAMES and LUCY PARKER
The performers in this drama are not actors reciting other people's lines. They are who they say they are and they speak from their own real experience. The stories you are about to hear are true ... The Shiftwork Company:
LEAH ADEOLA
RICHARD BENCH
GISELLE GLASMAN
KEVIN GOPIE
LENNIE JAMES
ANTHONY LENNON
SIMON MCNALLY
CLIFF PARISI
BARON PHILIP
MICHAEL QUAIN
GERALD SIMMS
RICHARD TAYLOR
Videotape editor STAN POW Lighting ROD LITHERLAND Designer NICK SOMERVILLE Producer RUTH CALEB Director LUCY PARKER
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Contributors

Unknown: Lennie James
Unknown: Lucy Parker
Unknown: Leah Adeola
Unknown: Richard Bench
Unknown: Giselle Glasman
Unknown: Kevin Gopie
Unknown: Lennie James
Unknown: Anthony Lennon
Unknown: Simon McNally
Unknown: Cliff Parisi
Unknown: Baron Philip
Unknown: Michael Quain
Unknown: Gerald Simms
Unknown: Richard Taylor
Producer: Ruth Caleb
Director: Lucy Parker

: Newsnight

with Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Snow
Unknown: Donald MacCormick

: Weatherview

: Interval

: Open University

11.30 Caring for Health the Brazilian Way
Rio holds little glamour for most of its inhabitants. Slums breed sickness, and hospitals are falling apart. Why. despite Brazil's wealth. is it a bad place to be ill?
Producer VICTOR LOCKWOOD
11.55 Patterns of Evolution
The cheetah is threatened with extinction but not because of its failure to adapt to its environment. The answer lies in the role genes play in the evolution of species. Producer NICK BRENTON

Contributors

Producer: Victor Lockwood
Producer: Nick Brenton








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