Programme Index

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6.50 Adult Education: The Quest for Knowledge

7.15 Curriculum in Action

7.40 Donegal: Tradition and Change

8.5 Roman Architecture and Town Planning

8.30 Database: Management System

8.55 Maths Methods: Newton's Third Law

9.20 Questioning Theories

9.45 Maths: Volumes of Revolution

10.10 Pure Maths: Cycles

10.35 Topology: Complex Loci

11.0 Trading on Uncertainty

11.25 Education: Financial Cuts

11.50 Diabetes: Causes and Effects

12.15 Open Government?

12.40 Bedford: A Pioneering College

1.5 The Study of Drawings

1.30 Business Economics: The Crisp Revolution

Introduced by Bob Wilson
Golf from Woburn
The Dunhill British Masters
At E200,000 the prize-money is the highest ever for a European tour event - a daily rate of around E8,000. Commentators
HARRY CARPENTER
PETER ALLISS
BRUCE CRITCHLEY , CLIVE CLARK TONY JACKLIN
Tennis from Paris
The French Open Championships
Clay is not a word that goes down well with JOHN MCENROE - he hasn't won on it - here.
DAN MASKELL and GERALD WILLIAMS at 3.30*.
Motor Racing from Silverstone
The Marlboro British
Formula 3 Championship RUSSELL SPENCE and ANDY WALLACE will try to be first away from the lights at 2.30. MURRAY and JAMES count down the seconds.
Among all that, the French
Derby, and water ski-ing from the KP Masters.
Timings will be screened on the hour and half hour where appropriate.
TV presentation:
Golf HAROLD ANDERSON.
RICHARD TILLING , ALASTAIR SCOTT Tennis FRENCH TV SERVICE Motor Racing JIM RESIDE JOHN SHREWSBURY
Producer Grandstand MARTIN HOPKINS
Editor Grandstand JOHN PHILIPS

Contributors

Introduced By:
Bob Wilson
Unknown:
Harry Carpenter
Unknown:
Peter Alliss
Unknown:
Bruce Critchley
Unknown:
Clive Clark
Unknown:
Tony Jacklin
Unknown:
John McEnroe
Unknown:
Dan Maskell
Unknown:
Gerald Williams
Unknown:
Russell Spence
Unknown:
Andy Wallace
Unknown:
Harold Anderson.
Unknown:
Richard Tilling
Unknown:
Alastair Scott

The world-renowned Welsh tenor in a programme of popular songs, ballads and operatic arias.
Stuart's guest for the last programme in this series is the soprano
Diana Montague
BBC WELSH SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA led by BARRY HASKEY conducted by Robin Stapleton accompanist
JOHN CONSTABLE (piano) Lighting BARRY SMITH Sound PETER J. HUNT
Designer DOUG COLLINS Executive producer J. MERVYN WILLIAMS
Produced and directed by NEIL DAVIES BBC Wales

Contributors

Soprano:
Diana Montague
Unknown:
Barry Haskey
Accompanist:
Robin Stapleton
Unknown:
Barry Smith
Unknown:
Peter J. Hunt
Designer:
Doug Collins
Producer:
J. Mervyn
Directed By:
Neil Davies
on BBC Two England

Sarah Greene meets the aspiring stars of tomorrow in the visual and performing arts.
This week's programme features pianist
William Stephenson ; four actors, all from the Guildhall; harpsichord-maker Andrew Wooderson from the London College of Furniture; theatre designer Clarinda Salandy from Wimbledon School of Art; and choreographer Kim Brandstrup with five dancers from the London
Contemporary Dance School. Series consultant JOHN HOSIER Designer PATRICK TOTTLE
Assistant producer NEL ROMANO Producer ALAN RUSSELL

Contributors

Unknown:
Sarah Greene
Pianist:
William Stephenson
Harpsichord-Maker:
Andrew Wooderson
Designer:
Clarinda Salandy
Unknown:
Kim Brandstrup
Unknown:
John Hosier
Designer:
Patrick Tottle
Producer:
Alan Russell

Winner of this year's coveted regional programme award from the Royal Television Society.
Every year an estimated 3,000 swans are poisoned to death after swallowing anglers' lead weights. On the eve of the new coarse fishing season, this programme from BBC East examines this controversial issue and one man's desperate struggle to rescue injured and dying swans.
Narrator Ian Holm
Film editor MICHAEL STOKES Producer DICK MEADOWS

Contributors

Narrator:
Ian Holm
Editor:
Michael Stokes

continues the season devoted to one of Hollywood's greatest film-makers,
Francis Ford Coppola , starring
Long Island, just outside New York City, 1945.
Don Corleone 's daughter, Connie, is to be married. For the 'Godfather' it is a time of celebration - the war is over and America is up for grabs. Guests come from far and wide, pledging gifts to the bride and groom - while asking favours which the Godfather is bound to grant on this special day. Thus begins one of Hollywood's classic movies, an epic adaptation of Mario Puzo 's bestselling novel. Director
Coppola transcends the basic story of gangsterdom and violence, creating a vivid portrait of Italian-American 'family' life while examining the nature of power at its most evil and corrupt.
Screenplay by MARIO PUZO and FRANCIS FORD COPPOLA
Produced by ALBERT S. RUDDY
Directed by FRANCIS FORD COPPOLA 0 FEATURE: page 22 and FILMS: page 23
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown:
Francis Ford Coppola
Unknown:
Don Corleone
Unknown:
Mario Puzo
Unknown:
Mario Puzo
Unknown:
Francis Ford Coppola
Produced By:
Albert S. Ruddy
Directed By:
Francis Ford Coppola
Don Vito Corleone:
Marlon Brando
Michael Corleone:
Ai Pacino
Sonny Corleone:
James Caan
Clemenza:
Richard Castellano
Tom Hagen:
Robert Duvall
McCluskey:
Sterling Hayden
Jack Wolz:
John Marley
Barzini:
Richard Conte
Kay Adams:
Diane Keaton
Sollozzo:
Al Lettieri
Tessio:
Abe Vigoda
Connie Rizzi:
Talia Shire
Carlo Rizzi:
Gianni Russo
Fredo Corleone:
John Cazale
Cuneo:
Rudy Bond
Johnny Fontane:
Al Martino
Mama Corleone:
Morgana King
Luca Brasi:
Lenny Montana
Paulie Gatto:
John Martino
Bonasera:
Salvatore Corsitto

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