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10.40-10.45 Mindstretchers
Solution: Archaeology
11.0 Words and Pictures
The Monkey and the Crocodile
11.17-11.37 Today and Tomorrow The Energy Burners
12.5 pm Ensemble
Last of a 24-part French course Books 1 and 2, £2.75 each; records 1 and 2 £2.19 each; cassettes 1 and 2, 12.99 each from retailers

with Su Ingle and Michael Jordan.
Mike is in Northern Ireland, investigating one of nature's great mysteries. Each year adult eels leave our rivers and head for the mid-Atlantic. About now millions of young eels, or elvers, return. What has happened to the adults? How do the young know where to come back to?
Mike and Su give tips on how to recognise some of our most common birds by the songs they sing.

Contributors

Presenter:
Su Ingle
Presenter:
Michael Jordan
Producer:
Mike Beynon

Regional Variations (2)

starring Ryan O'Neal
Burt Reynolds , Tatum O'Neal
In this lighthearted caper through the early days of movie-making, Ryan O'Neal plays a small-time lawyer who literally stumbles into a film director's job and makes Burt Reynolds a star overnight. Trouble starts when director and star fall in love with the same rl-an aspiring actress seeking fame and fortune on the silent screen.
Screenplay by w. d. RICHTER and PETER BOGDANOVICH
Producers IRWIN WINKLER and ROBERT CHARTOFF
Directed by PETER BOGDANOVICH

Contributors

Unknown:
Ryan O'Neal
Unknown:
Burt Reynolds
Unknown:
Tatum O'Neal
Unknown:
Ryan O'Neal
Unknown:
Burt Reynolds
Unknown:
W. D. Richter
Unknown:
Peter Bogdanovich
Producers:
Irwin Winkler
Directed By:
Peter Bogdanovich
Leo Harrigan:
Ryan O'Neal
Buck Greenway:
Burt Reynolds
Alice Forsyte:
Tatum O'Neal
H H Cobb:
Brian Keith
Marty Reeves:
Stella Stevens
Franklin Frank:
John Ritter
Kathleen Cooke:
Jane Hitchcock
Michael Gilhooley:
Jack Perkins
Bailiff:
Brion James
Judge:
Sidney Armus
Defence Attorney:
Joe Warfield
Edna Mae Gilhooley:
Tamar Cooper
Patents Hooligan:
Alan Gibbs

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A two-part story Shut it Down (1)
Shop-steward Elaine brings the cabbies out on strike until Louie enters meaningful negotiations, and his propositions are based on an entirely personal solution ...
Written by MARK JACOBSON , MICHEL TOLKIN Directed by JAMES BURROWS

Contributors

Unknown:
Shop-Steward Elaine
Written By:
Mark Jacobson
Written By:
Michel Tolkin
Directed By:
James Burrows
Alex:
Judd Hirsch
Bobby:
Jeff Conaway
Tony Banta:
Tony Danza
Louie de Palma:
Danny Devito
Elaine Nardo:
Marilu Henner
Latka Gravas:
Andy Kaufman
Reverend Jim:
Christopher Lloyd

The last programme in this series is a two-part examination of the effects of nuclear weapons. Introduced by Ludovic Kennedy
The first half of the programme looks at the physical effects of a single medium-sized nuclear warhead on a large city. How effectively would various types of shelter protect us from these effects? Two couples experimentally live in fall-out shelters for ten days each.
The implications of the film are then discussed by medical, scientific and civil defence specialists.
Would cities be likely targets in a real nuclear attack? What kind of resources would be available to deal with the aftermath of such a calamity? And what could we do - practically - to diminish the effect if it ever were to happen?
(Part 2 - 'The Underground Test' on Friday 10.0 pm BBC2)

Contributors

Presenter:
Ludovic Kennedy
Executive Producer:
Mick Rhodes
Producer:
Mick Jackson

Introduced by Harry Carpenter
Tonight a special feature. ScotlandvEngland
On Saturday at Hampden Park in Glasgow the 100th meeting of the two nations who gave birth to international soccer takes place,
Journalist of the Year
Hugh Mcllvanney of The Observer,recalls some of the more spectacular matches between England and Scotland, and talks to a number of great figures of the game, wnu have stirred passion on both sides of the border.
TV presentation by JOHN MCNICHOLAS
Producer JIM RESIDE
Editor HAROLD ANDERSON
Book, The Hardest Game, £5.50;
BBC: videobook, Harry Carpenter 's
Videobook of Sport (BBCV 5011), £37.95 from retailers

Contributors

Introduced By:
Harry Carpenter
Unknown:
Hugh McLlvanney
Presentation By:
John McNicholas
Producer:
Jim Reside
Editor:
Harold Anderson
Unknown:
Harry Carpenter

Tenko was one of the BBC's hits of 1981, but what was it about the series that caught the publics imagination?
Anne Valery and Jill Hyem describe how they tackled the problems of telling a story that had not been told before, without glamorising it, while cameras eavesdrop on rehearsals for scenes about torture, aggression, sickness and courage in a Japanese prison camp for women.
Director LAURIE STANLEY
Producer RICHARD CALLANAN

Contributors

Unknown:
Anne Valery
Unknown:
Jill Hyem
Director:
Laurie Stanley
Producer:
Richard Callanan

BBC One London

About BBC One

BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.

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