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: Open University

Social Science: Levels of Meaning

: Daytime on Two

9 Parents should note that some of 'Daytime on Two' is aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the young.
9.20am Let's See. Pond Life (e)
9.40am Tutorial Topics Money followed by Nidal of Beirut
(e)
10.00am Science Workshop Water (B)
(e)
10.25am Thinkabout. In the Air (e)
10.40am Technology and Design Packaging
(e)
11.00am Who -Me? Independence
(e)
11.20am Landmarks
Nations and Boundaries
(e)
11.40am Scene
My Brother David (e)
12.10pm Art Work 3: Style for Living
(e)
12.30pm Seventeen. Enterprise (e)
12.55pm Inset. Science
(e)

: Hokey Cokey

A See-Saw programme (R)

: Music Time

Hary Janos (1)
(e)

Contributors

Unknown: Hary Janos

: News

Weather followed by Watch
Then and Now. Work with Louise Hall-Taylor and James Earl Adair.
Series producer DAVID TAFT (R) (e)

Contributors

Unknown: Louise Hall-Taylor
Unknown: James Earl Adair.
Producer: David Taft

: Popeye

: News

Weather followed by Connellan's Camels Narrated by Duncan Carse. The 100,000 people scattered over half a million square miles of Australia's
Northern Territory, owe their existence to the remarkable immigrant camel and to Eddie J. Connellan. Producer BOB SAUNDERS
Series editors MICHAEL ANDRES and ANTHONY ISAACS
(Firstshown in 'The World About Us ')

Contributors

Unknown: Duncan Carse.
Unknown: Eddie J. Connellan.
Producer: Bob Saunders
Editors: Michael Andres
Editors: Anthony Isaacs

: Village School

Last of three programmes. AutumnTerm
Look out British Telecom!
Here comes a postal service which will take your breath away. It's run by the pupils of Ebrington village primary school in Gloucestershire.
The postal service is just one of the projects conducted at this remarkable little school in the Cotswolds which was saved from closure by a system of 'federation' with a bigger school. (R)

: Tennis Legends

for the Fiat Trophy
Spain's Costa Brava rolls out the red carpet today for the doubles finals.
Introduced by John Barrett Commentator DAN MASKELL

Contributors

Introduced By: John Barrett
Commentator: Dan Maskell

: Gardeners' World

from Barnsdale and Bradford with Geoff Hamilton , Anne Swithinbank and John Kelly
Maurice Arnold puts a big splash of colour into Bradford with his chrysanthemum trials for the Royal Horticultural Society. He explains how to grow perfect blooms. producers JOHN KENYON MARKKERSHAW BBC Pebble Mill
Plant list on Ceefax Page 261

Contributors

Unknown: Geoff Hamilton
Unknown: Anne Swithinbank
Unknown: John Kelly
Unknown: Maurice Arnold
Producers: John Kenyon

: Food and Drink

: The Far Country

starring
James Stewart Ruth Roman
Corinne Calvert and Walter Brennan.
Into the gold-crazed
Yukon comes a stranger with a gun and a herd of cattle, to challenge the man who holds the law in contempt.
Story and screenplay by BORDEN CHASE
Produced by AARON ROSENBERG Directed by ANTHONY MANN
0 FILMS: page 16

Contributors

Unknown: James Stewart
Unknown: Ruth Roman
Unknown: Corinne Calvert
Unknown: Walter Brennan.
Unknown: Borden Chase
Produced By: Aaron Rosenberg
Directed By: Anthony Mann
Jeff Webster: James Stewart
Ronda Castle: Ruth Roman
Renee Vallon: Corinne Calvert
Ben Tatem: Walter Brennan
Mr Gannon: John McInttre
Rube: Jay C Flippen
Ketchum: Henry Morgan
Ives: Steve Brodie
Luke: Royal Dano
Rounds: Gregg Barton
Dusty: Chubby Johnson
Deputy sheriff: Jack Elam

: Take Nobody's Word for lt

Do-it-yourself science presented by Carol Vorderman and Professor Ian Fells of Newcastle University.
What's on the far side of a mirror? Step into Ian's looking glass world and find out.
Carol peers into the microscopic world of Brian J. Ford and looks at her lunch. Plus how to make your own microscope. Designer JOHN BONE
Director HENDRIK BALL
ProducerGEORGE AUCKLAND (e)
9 ENTRY FORM: for the paper engineering competition send sae to: [address removed]

Contributors

Presented By: Carol Vorderman
Presented By: Professor Ian Fells
Unknown: Brian J. Ford
Designer: John Bone
Director: Hendrik Ball
Producer: George Auckland

: 9-II-5

Jackie Spreckley reports on the changing environment of the production line.
With new technology and higher demands for productivity, what is it like to work in a modem factory? The cameras look in on a new experiment in factory working which aims to break down some of the old 'management-worker' divisions.
From the 9-II-5 offices, a topical discussion on the trends that are affecting our working lives in 1989. In Episode 9 of The Move, the company business is carrying on while the EPL managers sort out the problems of relocation. But even on the construction sites at Penmaenmawr in Wales, the question of the move to the new headquarters in Cambridgeshire is much in evidence.
Series editor TIM SHAWCROSS
Executive producer PHILIP CLARKE A diverse production for BBCtv

Contributors

Unknown: Jackie Spreckley
Editor: Tim Shawcross
Producer: Philip Clarke

: Nature

The Greening of Mrs Thatcher From No 10 Downing Street Mrs Thatcher talks to Michael Buerk.
Prime Minister for ten years, Mrs Thatcher and her
Government's environmental record hasn't won her many bouquets.
This weekend she hosts a major international conference on saving the ozone layer, when that record and her commitment will be on the line.
She says that the Tories are the real 'friends of the earth', but is she genuinely committed or just chasing the Green vote?
Tonight she talks for the first time about her own attitude to the environment, and what her new initiatives could mean for Britain and the rest of the world. Research MARK FIELDER
Outside broadcast director IAN PAUL Producer AMANDA THEUNISSEN Editor PETER SALMON BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Mrs Thatcher
Talks: Mrs Thatcher
Unknown: Michael Buerk.
Unknown: Mrs Thatcher
Director: Ian Paul
Producer: Amanda Theunissen
Editor: Peter Salmon

: City Lights

by BOB BLACK starring
The Longest Day
'You are cordially invited to the wedding of Mr William Melvin and Miss Janice McLachlan. '
When Willie takes the plunge, Mum hopes his dreams of being a writer will sink like a stone, but with best man Chancer pushing the boat out, anything can happen.
Music by DAVID McNIVEN Designer IAIN MCDONALD Director RON BAIN
Producer COLIN GILBERT

Contributors

Unknown: Bob Black
Unknown: Mr William Melvin
Unknown: Miss Janice McLachlan.
Music By: David McNiven
Designer: Iain McDonald
Director: Ron Bain
Producer: Colin Gilbert
Willie Melvin: Gerard Kelly
Mum: Jan Wilson
Chancer: Andy Gray
Brian: Jonathan Watson
Mr McLelland: Dave Anderson
Tam: Iain McColl
Irene: Elaine C Smith
Girl next door: Leigh Biagi

: 40 Minutes: Ghost Train

The way we live now.
A journey by Intercity into the world of the supernatural.
Do you believe in ghosts? Helen McCormick does. She found an ancient crucifix in her cellar - and then saw a medieval monk walk past her kitchen window.
Ambulanceman Ken Lobley rescued his aunt after a warning from an apparition. Nichola Thompson, aged 13, was reading, looked up, and saw her grandmother - wearing the pink shroud she'd been buried in two years earlier.
Rev Jack Richardson investigates spooky Harnham Hall in Northumberland. He blesses the earthly remains of Kate Babington, who died a prisoner at Harnham in 1670. Eddie Burks, a 'clairsentient', is summoned to an RAF base to contact the ghost of an airman. Eerily, he describes how the man died and why he returns. And four nurses spend the night in 'the most haunted house in Britain' - with strange tales to tell the following morning....
Photography ALEX HANSEN Film editor JERRY LEON
Producer MARTIN O'COLLINS
40 Minutes editor EDWARD MIRZOEFF
CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: Helen McCormick
Unknown: Ken Lobley
Unknown: Nichola Thompson
Unknown: Jack Richardson
Unknown: Kate Babington
Unknown: Eddie Burks
Unknown: Alex Hansen
Editor: Jerry Leon
Producer: Martin O'Collins
Editor: Edward Mirzoeff

: TheTracey Ullman Show

Also starring Julie Kavner , Dan Castellaneta ,
Joe Malone , Sam McMurray in The Gardener on the Floor A desperate dramatist eagerly seeks backing for her 'whodunit'. Calendar Girl - in which a photographer finds that money talks and Decoration Day - interior design takes on a new meaning for a bored housewife.
Produced by RICHARD SAKAI

Contributors

Unknown: Julie Kavner
Unknown: Dan Castellaneta
Unknown: Joe Malone
Unknown: Sam McMurray
Produced By: Richard Sakai

: Newsnight

: The Late Show

What's on, who's here and what's up in the arts, entertainment and media. Producer ROLAND KEATING
Executive producer KEVIN LOADER Editor MICHAEL JACKSON

Contributors

Producer: Roland Keating
Editor: Michael Jackson

: Weatherview

: Weekend Outlook

helps you plan your weekend by previewing daytime programmes of special interest from the Open
University on Saturday and Sunday. A BBC/Open University production

: Open University

Special Education: A Dependent Future (1)
The small town of Swadlincote in South Derbyshire is unique in Britain; it is the only place where mentally-handicapped children go to school with other local children. Producer JAMES BURGE

Contributors

Producer: James Burge








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