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: Open University

Is Social Science Really Necessary?

: Daytime on Two

9.20am Let's See New Baby
A programme to give children an understanding of what's involved when a baby brother or sister is added to the family. Producer PETER LEGGE (e)
9.40am Information World 3: Running the System
A computer takes over some routine tasks.
Film editor AMBER LANE
Producer ROGER FRY (R) (e)
10.00am Science Workshop Paper (A)
(e)
10.25am Thinkabout See How They Grow
(e)
10.40am Investigating Science Observation: Have You Ever Noticed?
(e)
11.00am Making History The Tudors
The Vicars of Hessle
(e)
11.20am Landmarks The Age of Brick
(e)
11.40am New Series Scene For Glory and Gold?
There is lots of pressure in competitions and sometimes you think, 'I've really got to win but you've got to put that out of your mind and just do the best you can for yourself. Then winning is really a bonus.
LISA ELLIOTT , 18
Thousands of young people dream of reaching the top in their sport. To succeed means sacrificing a normal teenage life. constant physical effort and being able to cope with enormous pressures to win! Film editor JOHN BILLINGHAM Series producer ROGER TONGE Producer SONIA PALMER (e)
12.10pm Maths Topics Trigonometry (3)
Producer DAVID ROSEVEARE (R) (e)
12.30pm Issues
2: 'Fair Shares for All?'
Before the next election the Government will have returned Britain's largest nationalised industries to the private sector. As the two main political parties meet for their annual conferences, Issues looks at the politics of privatisation. Is it fair shares for all, or are we in danger of selling off the family silver?
Presenter ROB CURLING Producer COLIN NOBBS
12.55pm Inset
3: Beyond the Classroom
(e)
1.25pm
Little Misses and the Mister Men
A See-Saw programme Little Miss Tiny and Mister Tickle (R)
1.40pm Music Time Sound Signals
(e)
2.00pm News Weather followed by Watch
The Ramayana
3: Music and Movement

Contributors

Producer: Peter Legge
Unknown: Lisa Elliott
Editor: John Billingham
Producer: Roger Tonge
Producer: Sonia Palmer
Producer: Colin Nobbs

: Labour Party Conference

Live coverage of the Labour Party Conference continues. Commentators
DAVID DIMBLEBY and VIVIAN WHITE including at
3.00pm News and Weather and at
3.50pm News and Weather
Regional News and Weather

Contributors

Unknown: David Dimbleby
Unknown: Vivian White

: International Golf

Suntory World Matchplay Championship from Wentworth, Surrey
Further coverage of the first round. The four winners from today's matches go through to meet the four seeded players in the quarter-finals.
US PGA Champion
JEFF SLUMAN , RODGER DAVIS , MARK MCNULTY. and NICK PRICE, who battled SEVE
BALLESTEROS to a standstill in the Open, are among the formidable entries.

Contributors

Unknown: Jeff Sluman
Unknown: Rodger Davis
Unknown: Mark McNulty.

: Korda Classic: The Drum

continues a season of classic films produced by Alexander Korda. Today starring Sabu Raymond Massey Roger Livesey
The North-West frontier of India, during the days of the British Raj. Captain Carruthers, a respected, humane soldier, signs a treaty with the Khan of Tokot to protect his country and the inheritance of his young son, Prince Azim. But the Khan's brother, Prince Ghul, distrusts the British and stages a bloody coup ...
Screenplay by LAJOS BIRO
ARTHUR WIMPERIS , PATRICK KIRWAN and HUGH GRAY based on the story by A. E. W. MASON Produced by ALEXANDER KORDA Directed by ZOLTAN KORDA
0 FILMS: page 26

Contributors

Produced By: Alexander Korda.
Unknown: Sabu Raymond Massey
Unknown: Roger Livesey
Unknown: Lajos Biro
Unknown: Arthur Wimperis
Unknown: Patrick Kirwan
Produced By: Alexander Korda
Directed By: Zoltan Korda
Prince Azim: Sabu
Prince Ghul: Raymond Massey
Capt Carruthers: Roger Livesey
Mrs Carruthers: Valerie Hobson
Bill Holder: Desmond Tester
Herrick: Martin Walker
Lieutenant: David Tree
Governor: Francis L Sullivan
Wafadar: Roy Emerton
Mohammed Khan: Amid Taftazani

: Conference Day

In the Labour Conference Day studio in Blackpool,
Vivian White interviews the politicians who have been at the centre of today's events. Programme producer VANESSA DOWELL
Editor JAMES HOGAN

Contributors

Unknown: Vivian White
Producer: Vanessa Dowell
Editor: James Hogan

: Natural Concern

The Running of the Deer
Since wolves became extinct Britain's deer have had no natural predators. Man controls the animals, culling the population to maintain healthy herds - and to provide venison. But a small number of deer are also sporting targets.
Hunters claim that their pursuit and killing of the stags and hinds is the surest and most humane way of controlling them. Critics see deer hunting as an act of barbarity.
Ian Breach first looks at the pro-hunt lobby and meets members of the Devon and Somerset Stag Hounds. Next week the anti-hunt factions have their say. Director GARY JOHNSTON
Series producer HOWARD PERKS

Contributors

Unknown: Ian Breach
Director: Gary Johnston

: Top Gear

Second of an eight-part series Forty years to the day after the first post-war British
Grand Prix was held there, William Woollard visits a much developed Silverstone circuit for the final round of the Formula 3 Championship. To complete his reports on the various training formulas leading to Grand Prix status, Tiff Needell track tests a Formula 3 and Formula 3000 racing car.
Forty years ago this month, the motoring world was astonished by the arrival of the Jaguar XK120. Frank Page reassesses a classic sports car that lifted a little of the gloom of post-war Britain. Plus a road test on the new Vauxhall Cavalier, and Chris Goffey investigates the arcane world of the salvage trade.
Producer KEN POLLOCK
Executive producer TOM ROSS BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Unknown: William Woollard
Unknown: Chris Goffey
Producer: Ken Pollock
Producer: Tom Ross

: Cool It

starring Phil Cool
The Week's Lost Cause In the last in the series,
Phil Cool appears on behalf of the 'Bernard Manning
Appeal Fund', the charity set up to buy some appeal for Bernard Manning. Please give generously - or save your money and watch the next 30 minutes of comedy, impressions and sketches instead.
Written by PHIL COOL PAUL ALEXANDER
KEITH DONNELLY , BARRY FAULKNER Associate producer LES WARD Director DAVID WEIR
Producer STEVE WEDDLE BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Unknown: Bernard Manning
Unknown: Bernard Manning.
Written By: Phil Cool
Written By: Paul Alexander
Written By: Keith Donnelly
Written By: Barry Faulkner
Director: David Weir
Producer: Steve Weddle

: I Regret Nothing: Edith Piaf

This film retraces the life of legendary French singer Edith Piaf , known as the 'Little Sparrow', from her birth on a pavement in the slums of Paris in December, 1915 to her death in 1963. Narrated by David de Keyser Film editor ALLAN TIRER
Produced by MICHAEL HOULDEY

Contributors

Singer: Edith Piaf
Unknown: David de Keyser
Editor: Allan Tirer
Produced By: Michael Houldey

: Newsnight

with Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Snow
Unknown: Donald MacCormick

: Weatherview

: International Golf

Suntory World Matchplay Championship from Wentworth,
Surrey HARRY CARPENTER introduces highlights from today's matches.

Contributors

Introduces: Surrey Harry Carpenter

: Open University

Mainframes and Micros Unite A single organisation can use a variety of different computers, but still have an overall strategy.








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