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10.35 Social Sciences: 28: Political Systems and Political Culture

10.50 Social Sciences: Staff-Student discussion on Politics Block (ii)

11.5 Science: 27: Earth History (ii)

11.35 Mathematics: 28: Solving Simultaneous Equations

12.5 Arts: 27: Mendelssohn, 1829

12.30 Open Forum
Information programme.

(to 13.00)

Further coverage with live colour pictures from the Moon as Cols. Scott and Irwin continue their second day's exploration in the Lunar Rover. Introduced by James Burke with Patrick Moore and the BBC Apollo team of international experts.

(The astronauts take to their moon buggy... see page 12)

Contributors

Presenter:
James Burke
Presenter:
Patrick Moore

from Park Avenue, Bradford
Essex are one of the counties that thrive on limited-over cricket-West Indian all-rounder Keith Boyce, in particular, regularly captures the headlines; but Yorkshire will be anxious to prove that they can compete with the best despite their comparative lack of success in the Sunday League.

During the tea interval at 4.15*
The latest news from Apollo 15 introduced by James Burke
Frank Bough introduces the programme which includes news of today's other fixtures: Derbyshire v Warwickshire, Glamorgan v Somerset, Middlesex v Leicestershire, Northamptonshire v Lancashire, Nottinghamshire v Worcestershire

Contributors

Presenter:
Frank Bough
Commentator at Bradford:
John Arlott
Commentator at Bradford:
Jim Laker
Presenter (Apollo 15):
James Burke
Television Presentation:
David Kenning
Television Presentation:
Bob Duncan
Series Producer:
Bill Taylor

The end of the ten-mile Moondrive as the Astronauts return to the Spacecraft to spend their second night on the Moon.
Including highlights of today's expedition.
Introduced by James Burke with the BBC Apollo team.

Contributors

Presenter:
James Burke

The best of the week's news film from all over the world, together with other subjects of interest.
For the deaf and hard of hearing a commentary appears visually.
and Weather

Contributors

Presenter:
John Edmunds
Producer:
Bill Northwood

What is it?
Where does it come from?
How much do you know about it?
Chairman Professor Barry Cunliffe Southampton University
The chairman challenges a team of archaeologists to identify and discuss objects from the early civilisations of the East Mediterranean c 5000 BC to c 500 BC.
Team:
Norman Hammond, Research Fellow in Archaeology, Cambridge University, and Archaeological Correspondent of The Times
Dr Colin Renfrew, Senior Lecturer in Pre-History and Archaeology, Sheffield University
Dr Warwick Bray, Lecturer at the Institute of Archaeology, London

(Colour)

Contributors

Chairman:
Professor Barry Cunliffe
Panellist:
Norman Hammond
Panellist:
Dr Colin Renfrew
Panellist:
Dr Warwick Bray
Director:
Bob Toner
Producer:
Tony Broughton

'The Ganges is the river of India. It rises in an ice cave in the Himalayas, held sacred by the Hindus. It is like being born in a monastery. It dies in the Indian Ocean, after a journey of 1,540 miles. Over the years it has become not only a river but a way of life.'
Film-maker Yavar Abbas returns after years in the West to the country of his birth, and follows the Ganges from its source to the sea.
Face Films Ltd/BBC-tv Bristol
(Radio Times People: page 4)
(Colour)

Contributors

Narrator/Director:
Yavar Abbas

with the voices of Ray Barrett as Narrator and Robin Ramsey as Percy Grainger

Nothing of the sounds, nothing of the happenings of life should be forgotten. Of all bad habits the worst, to me, is to let resplendent things fade away.
This film biography has drawn on the vast collection of material Grainger made relating to his life: it is a second showing of this detailed study of an unusual composer-pianist. As a child in Melbourne, Percy Grainger (1882-1961) imagined a new musical sound which would be 'as free as the waves on the shore.' But his talent as a pianist prevented him from developing this 'free music' until he was in his 60s.
Written by Basil Deane

Contributors

Writer:
Basil Deane
Producer:
William Fitzwater
Narrator:
Ray Barrett
Percy Grainger (voice):
Robin Ramsey

"'eople don't know whether to love newspapers or hate them. A newspaperman can find himself both the hero and the villain in the space of one day - let alone a week..."
Michael Finley, Editor of the Kent Messenger, looks back over his week.

(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter:
Michael Finley
Editor:
Rowan Ayers

by Anthony Coburn
[Starring] Iain Cuthbertson, Russell Waters
Guest stars Ellen McIntosh, Robert James, Simon Lack, John Harvey

With high hopes of promotion Cessford journeys to Edinburgh.

Contributors

Writer/Producer:
Anthony Coburn
Series created by:
Bill Craig
Designer:
Chris Pemsel
Script Editor:
Martin Worth
Associate Producer:
Michael Glynn
Director:
Lennie Mayne
Cessford:
Iain Cuthbertson
Pringle:
Russell Waters
Lady Isobel Ker:
Ellen McIntosh
Maitland of Lethington:
Robert James
Earl of Moray:
Simon Lack
Sir John Forster:
John Harvey
Warden Sergeant:
Iain Blair
Captain Bessancourt:
Peter Miles
Meg:
Margaret Leslie
Sgt Livingstone:
Roy Pattison
Woman on farm:
Jean Clarke

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