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: Open University

7.40 Semiconductors. 8.5 Electrolytic Chlorine Cells. 8.30 Science Foundation Course. 8.55 Ways of Seeing the Future.
9.20 Instrumentation. 9.45 Engineering Mechanics. 10.10 Invention of Tradition.
10.35 Industrial Re-Location in Birmingham. 11.0 Partial Differential Equations. 11.25 Language and Learning.
11.50 Technology - Mechanics 1. 12.15 Maths - Differential Equations. 12.40 Hockett's Design Features.

: Closedown

: News Review

A digest of the news of the week and other world matters of interest seen by news cameras around the world. Plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear. with Richard Whitmore
Editor BILL NORTHWOOD

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Whitmore
Editor: Bill Northwood

: What's It All About?

Students of different denominations team up to answer questions on world religions, with some help from Dana and Peter Moloney Julian Chagrin sets more mime problems This week:
Durham v London (South) In the chair Joan Bakewell
Researcher JOHN WILCOX Producer ROBERT TONER

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Moloney
Unknown: Julian Chagrin
Unknown: Joan Bakewell
Unknown: John Wilcox
Producer: Robert Toner

: The World About Us

Return to the Punjab
Narrated by ANDREW FAULDS
The Punjab in north west India is the homeland of the Sikh people. In a land fought over by Muslim and Hindu, the Sikhs created a unique religion in which they reconciled elements of both. Famous as warriors for 500 years, they are also noted for the extent of their migration around the world. This is the story of one Sikh family living in England who returned to the Punjab. The children have little memory of their homeland. For them it is a journey of discovery. For their schoolgirl daughter it is more than that. She is going back to be married to a man she has never seen. Her traditional wedding makes the climax of this film.
Producer ANTHONY ISAACS Film editor PETER ROSE
Series editors ANTHONY ISAACS and CHRISTOPHER PARSONS

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Faulds
Producer: Anthony Isaacs
Editor: Peter Rose
Editors: Anthony Isaacs
Editors: Christopher Parsons

: Keith Michell

at the CHICHESTER FESTIVAL THEATRE
A special concert performance starring the versatile actor and singer with words and music ranging from Shakespeare to Coward and Gilbert and Sullivan to Jake Thackray. Accompanied by the IRVING DAVIES DANCERS with JIM PARKER AND HIS MUSICIANS
ChoreographyIRVING DAVIES
Musical arrangements JIM PARKER
Devised by ROBERT GOULD , KEITH MICHELL and WENDY TOYE. Original Chichester production directed by WENDY TOYE TV presentation YVONNE LITTLEWOOD

Contributors

Unknown: Jake Thackray.
Dancers: Irving Davies Dancers
Unknown: Jim Parker
Unknown: Irving Davies
Unknown: Jim Parker
Unknown: Robert Gould
Unknown: Keith Michell
Unknown: Wendy Toye.
Directed By: Wendy Toye
Unknown: Yvonne Littlewood

: News on 2

Weather

: A Tone of Voice

A programme about what makes the sound of the singing voice and how that sound can convey different emotions. Peter Pears discusses vocal colour, in a lesson on the two tenor arias from Mozart's Don Giovanni , with his teacher Lucie Manen.
Professor D. B. Fry of University College, London, talks about the acoustics of vocal tone and Dr G. M. Ardran of the Nuffield Institute, Oxford, demonstrates an aspect of the larynx in action.
Also seen in lessons with their pupils are three other teachers of singing: Edwin Francis
Ruth Packer , Alexander Young Extracts from films include:
LAURENCE OLIVIER , ANTON DERMOTA JON VICKERS and PETER GLOSSOP
Graphics PETER DOBIE
Film editor DAVID SNASDELL Director DENIS MORIARTY
Written and produced by WALTER TODDS

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Pears
Unknown: Don Giovanni
Unknown: Lucie Manen.
Unknown: Professor D. B. Fry
Unknown: Dr G. M. Ardran
Unknown: Edwin Francis
Unknown: Ruth Packer
Unknown: Laurence Olivier
Unknown: Anton Dermota
Unknown: Jon Vickers
Unknown: Peter Glossop
Unknown: Peter Dobie
Editor: David Snasdell
Director: Denis Moriarty
Produced By: Walter Todds

: Sunday Cinema: Bedazzled

starring Peter Cook
Dudley Moore , Eleanor Bron and Raquel Welch
For years Stanley Moon , a cook in a hamburger bar, has worshipped a waitress, the lovely Miss Spencer, from afar but has been too shy to let her know.
Produced and directed by STANLEY DONEN This Week's Films: page 19

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Cook
Unknown: Dudley Moore
Unknown: Eleanor Bron
Unknown: Raquel Welch
Unknown: Stanley Moon
Directed By: Stanley Donen
George Spiggott: Peter Cook
Stanley Moon: Dudley Moore
Margaret Spencer: Eleanor Bron
Inspector Clarke: Michaelbates
Lilian Lust: Raquel Welch
Irving Moses: Bernard Spear
Gluttony: Parnell McGarry
Sloth: Howard Goorney
Vanity: Alba
Envy: Barry Humphries
Avarice: Daniele Noel
Anger: Robert Russell
PC Roberts: Peter Hutchins
Priest: Max Faulkner
Cardinal: Martin Boddey
TV announcer: John Steiner
Randolph: Robin Hawdon
Seed: Erik Chitty

: Closedown

Manning Wilson reads Do Not Go Gentle into that Good Night by DYLAN THOMAS. 11.55 Close

Contributors

Unknown: Manning Wilson
Unknown: Dylan Thomas.








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