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: Open University

Work and Energy

: England

London. The early 1930s, from press photographs of the day.

: Take My Hand

The miners' hall at the heart of Langley Park, and its part in a project to look after the elderly.

: A Week to Remember

Pathe News of 1952. A Gnffin production for BBCtv

: Cricket: Fifth Test

Highlights of the fourth day's play. Introduced by Richie Benaud.
(Shownyesterdayat 11.10pm) ● STEREO

Contributors

Introduced By: Richie Benaud.

: Calcutta

Starring
Alan Ladd
Three hell-raising pilots on the Calcutta-Chungking route are given a shock when one is murdered.With Gail Russell ,
William Bendix , June Duprez and Lowell Gilmore
Wntten and produced by Seton I Miller Director John Farrow
0 FILMS: pages 31-36

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Ladd
Unknown: Gail Russell
Unknown: William Bendix
Unknown: June Duprez
Unknown: Lowell Gilmore
Director: John Farrow

: Cricket: Fifth Test

England v Pakistan
Live coverage of the last day in the final Test. From the Oval. Introduced by Tony Lewis. ● STEREO

Contributors

Introduced By: Tony Lewis.

: Getting Through

Fourteen years ago Christine Piff was operated on twice for cancer. She explains why, despite the difficulty of coming to terms with her ordeal, she is busier and happier now than ever before.

Contributors

Unknown: Christine Piff

: Greenclaws

Animation for children.

: Cricket: Fifth Test

Further live coverage of the final day's play from the Oval. * STEREO
Including at
2.00pm and 3.00pm News and Weather
3.50pm News; Weather and Regional News; Weather

: Posse from Hell

Western starring Audie Murphy
Four convicted killers break out of jail and ride into the 1 frontier town of Paradise. A few I hours later, the bank is looted, three men lie dead and the gang have escaped with a young woman hostage.
Director Herbert Coleman
0 FILMS: pages 31-36

Contributors

Unknown: Audie Murphy
Director: Herbert Coleman
Banner Cole: Audie Murphy
Seymour Kern: John Saxon
Helen Caldwell: Zohra Lampert
Marshall Webb: Ward Ramsey
Crip: Vic Morrow
Captain Brown: Robert Keith
Uncle Billy Caldwell: Royal Dano
johnny Caddo: Rudy Acosta
Jack Wiley: Paul Carr
Burt Hogan: Frank Overton
Leo: Lee van Cleef
I LukeGorman: Stuart Randall
Hash: Charles Horvath
Chuck: Henry Wills
Benson: James Bell

: Antenna

Last in the series of personal views on science, medicine and technology.
Breakthrough or Ballyhoo? Are newspaper headlines and their i stories to be believed? Recent j examples include "British breakthrough likely to end
I asthma suffering", "Vitamin K linked to child cancer", and "Astronomers find Holy Grail of '; cosmos in first sign of creation". Dr Richard Smith , editor of the British Medical Journal, argues that press reports on scientific matters ensure that at best the public are confused, and at worst they are misled, i and that the end result is a ; society increasingly distrustful ; of science.
Producer John Groom i SerieseditorCarolinevandenBrul
● STEREO; TELETEXT SUBTITLES: p 888

Contributors

Unknown: Dr Richard Smith
Producer: John Groom

: Not My Kid

Starring
George Segal
( Stockard Channing i The Bowers seem to be the I perfect family. But their idyll is shattered when they discover that their elder daughter is dependent upon drugs. They decide on an unusual solution.
Director Michael Tuchner ● FILMS: pages 31-36
● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown: George Segal
Unknown: Stockard Channing
Director: Michael Tuchner
Frank Bower: George Segal
Helen Bower: Stockard Channing
Susan Bower: Viveka Davis
Kelly Bower: Christa Denton
Dr Bower: Andrew Robinson
DrGramley: Gary Bayer
Jean: Nancy Cartwright
Ricky: Tate Donovan
Melody: Laura Harrington

: The Real McCoy

Last in the present series of sketch shows presenting some of the best and brightest from the black comedy scene. Featuring Curtis Walker , Ishmael Thomas ,
Collette Johnson , Robbie Gee , Perry Benson , John Virgo , Leo Chester , Meera Syall ,
Maureeen Hibbert and the Danserious dancers.
Director Terry Jervis
Producer Charlie Hanson ● STEREO

Contributors

Unknown: Curtis Walker
Unknown: Ishmael Thomas
Unknown: Collette Johnson
Unknown: Robbie Gee
Unknown: Perry Benson
Unknown: John Virgo
Unknown: Leo Chester
Unknown: Meera Syall
Unknown: Maureeen Hibbert
Director: Terry Jervis
Producer: Charlie Hanson

: Newsnight

Presented by Sue Cameron

Contributors

Presented By: Sue Cameron

: SiskelandEbert

In the last programme in the current series, the American film critics lock horns over the merits of the latest releases, including Whispers in the Dark, Mistress and Unforgiven.

: Small Objects of Desire

Last part in the extraordinary history of everyday objects. The Cigarette. Smoking has always had its opponents, including King James I, but in spite of them, three trillion cigarettes will be smoked this year and the tobacco industry remains a major force in the world economy. Producer Kate Broome
Senes producer Peter Grimsdale 0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Producer: Kate Broome
Producer: Peter Grimsdale

: Weathervlew

: Open University

Testing Teachers - appraisal








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