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: Open University

7.40 Red Grouse. 8.5 The Clouds. 8.30 Foundation Maths - Differentiation. 8.55 Portraiture. 9.20 Israel and the Occupied Lands. 9.45 Kant and Causality.
10.10 Maths - Turing Machines. 10.35 Maths - Integration, 11.0 Trends in the Periodic Table. 11.25 Geology. 11.50 Schrodinger's Wave Equation. 12.15 World War I. 12.49 Housing 1840-1895.
1.5 Vinyl Chloride Production. 1.39 Measurement and Power. 1.55 EEC: decision-making.
1.55 Close_down

: Saturday Cinema: Carrington, VC

starring David Niven Margaret Leighton Noelle Middleton
Why did war hero Maj Carrington take money from the battery safe?
Director ANTHONY ASQUITH
This Week's Films: page 15

Contributors

Unknown: David Niven
Unknown: Margaret Leighton
Unknown: Noelle Middleton
Unknown: Maj Carrington
Director: Anthony Asquith
Maj Carrington, VC: David Niven
Valerie Carrington: Margaret Leighton
Capt Graham: Noelle Middleton
Major Panton: Laurence Naismith
Lt-Col Huxford: Clive Morton
The Prosecutor: Mark Dignam
Lt-Col Henniker: Allan Cuthbertson
Sergeant Owen: Victor Maddern
Evans, reporter: John Glyn-Jones
Major Mitchell: Raymond Francis

: International Golf

The Penfold PGA Championship
The concluding stages of the second day's play

: By Violent Means

27 February 75: West German politician Peter Lorenz is kidnapped by members of the Baader-Meinhof group.
24 April 75: West German Ambassador in Stockholm, Herr Dietrich Stoker, is kidnapped by members of the Baader-Meinhof group.
How is it that the richest state in Europe has produced a group of young people prepared to kill and be killed for a revolutionary ideal? The Baader-Meinhof terrorists have bombed, shot and kidnapped their way through the last four years, creating a corresponding atmosphere of hysteria and near panic in West German society itself. Why do they do it? What do they hope to achieve? Are the authorities, with a £ 2½million fortified courthouse built specifically for the Baader-Meinhof trial, over-reacting to the violence of a tiny minority, or is there a real threat to social stability? Tonight's film asks these questions, and tries to get close to some of the answers.
Camera PETER MATTHEW 'S Sound BILL NORMAN
Film editor MIKE BURGESS
Written and produced by GORDON CARR
Thursday 5 June: Man Alive looks at the use of violence as a political weapon in 'The Negotiators

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Lorenz
Unknown: Herr Dietrich
Unknown: Peter Matthew
Editor: Mike Burgess
Produced By: Gordon Carr

: News and Sport

Weather

: Looking for Clancy

from the novel by FREDERIC MULLALLY dramatised in five parts by JACK PULMAN starring Robert Powell with Keith Drinkel
Part 1: Frank Clancy and Dick Holt ... boyhood friends ... born in London's East End ten years before the General Strike. Both determined to make their way to the top in Fleet Street.
Cast in order of appearance:
Title song by BRIAN WADE and TONY CLIFF
Script editor LENNOX PHILLIPS Designer GEOFFREY PATTERSON Producer RICHARD BEYNON Director BILL HAYS

Contributors

Novel By: Frederic Mullally
Unknown: Jack Pulman
Unknown: Robert Powell
Unknown: Keith Drinkel
Unknown: Frank Clancy
Unknown: Dick Holt
Unknown: Brian Wade
Unknown: Tony Cliff
Editor: Lennox Phillips
Designer: Geoffrey Patterson
Producer: Richard Beynon
Director: Bill Hays
Lucy Caldwell: Eileen Helsby
Ted Shatto: John Blythe
Marcus Selby: T P McKenna
Frank Clancy: Robert Powell
Voice of Dai Owen: James Grout
Dick Holt as a boy: Tommy Pender
Frank Clancy, as a boy: Steve Fletcher
Eileen Clancy: Barbara Young
Jim Clancy: John Junkin
Michael Clancy, as a boy: Raymond Magnus
Salty: Rossie Kelly
Brocksie: Raymond Boal
Grace Brown: Rosemary Leonard
Kate Clancy: Kim Clifford
Meg Mace: Gwen Nelson
Aunt Rita: Rosemary Martin
Radio voice: Vincent Gray
Doctor: Sean Lynch
Mrs Holt: Christine Noonan
Michael Clancy: John Nightingale
Grace Clancy: Brenda Cavendish
Pianist: Betty Robb
Dick Holt: Keith Drinkel
Sarah Brown: Beverley Jennings
David Morgan: Robin Parkinson
Basil Pickering: Bruce Purchase

: 2nd House 2nd Run

Melvyn Bragg introduces the first of a series of repeats from last season's 2nd House. We kick off with 45 Minutes Each Way
A documentary entertainment on Football, a celebration of our national sport in music, verse and drama. Different aspects of the professional game in three dramatic episodes:
Illegal Approach by WILLIS HALL
' You never know your luck, he could end up as the sole owner of a fish and chip shop in W. Hartlepool by the time he's 35.'
Onion
A Football Association Disciplinary Hearing by ALAN PLATER
' He thought I was trying to block the free kick.... like standing less than ten yards away ... and he says: " Get out of the way you great fairy."
They Used to Play on Grass from the novel by GORDON M WILLIAMS and TERRY VENABLES
'You may run the team, but I employ you, I own this club.'
Also taking part: cartoonist BILL TIDY, poets ROGER MCGOUGH and TOM PICKARD , IAN CAMPBELL and his group, JACKIE CHARLTON , DANNY BLANCHFLOWER and other professional football players past and present.
Drama sequences directed by BEN REA Studio director TONY TYLEY Producer TONY CASH Editor BILL MORTON

Contributors

Introduces: Melvyn Bragg
Unknown: Alan Plater
Novel By: Gordon M Williams
Novel By: Terry Venables
Unknown: Roger McGough
Unknown: Tom Pickard
Unknown: Jackie Charlton
Unknown: Danny Blanchflower
Directed By: Ben Rea
Director: Tony Tyley
Producer: Tony Cash
Editor: Bill Morton
Harry Bullock: Harold Goodwin
Lillian Bullock: Barbara Young
Rory Bullock: Jason Kemp
Arnold Mackintosh: Phil McCall
Whittle: Derek Francis
Brennan: Norman Bird
Calender: Norman Mitchell
Kennedy: Godfrey James
Mitchell: Paul Seed
Stuart: Ray Lonnen
Jackson: Edwin Richfield
Gallagher: Victor Winding
First man: Jay Neill
Second man: Nigel Stevens

: Network

A series of programmes made specially for audiences in the BBC regions and now seen for the first time throughout the United Kingdom. Tonight:
Here Comes Everybody (BBC North)
A programme taken from a series presenting new writing by a wide range of Northern people. The work for the series was selected from over 2,000 submissions.
Tonight's programme of poetry and prose is introduced by poet Pete Morgan with Valerie Georgeson
Desmond Gill , Freddie Fletcher and guests: actor Harry Markham and poet George Kendrick
Compiled and edited by BRIAN THOMPSON Producer PATRICK TAGGART
Series co-ordinator FRANK GILLARD

Contributors

Unknown: Pete Morgan
Unknown: Valerie Georgeson
Unknown: Desmond Gill
Unknown: Freddie Fletcher
Unknown: Harry Markham
Unknown: George Kendrick
Edited By: Brian Thompson
Producer: Patrick Taggart
Unknown: Frank Gillard

: News on 2

Weather

: Film Night Special

Tony Bilbow reports from the 1975 Cannes Film Festival with extracts from the official British entry Man Friday starring Peter O'Toole and Richard Roundtree , and two American entries, Lenny starring Dustin Hoffman and Alice Doesn 'Live Here Anymore with Ellen Burstyn. Also Joseph Losey 's new film , The Romantic Englishwoman.
Director MARGARET SHARP Producer BARRY BROWN

Contributors

Unknown: Peter O'Toole
Unknown: Richard Roundtree
Unknown: Dustin Hoffman
Unknown: Alice Doesn
Unknown: Ellen Burstyn.
Unknown: Joseph Losey
Producer: Barry Brown

: Midnight Movie: Five Golden Dragons

starring Bob Cummings
Margaret Lee , Rupert Davies with Brian Donlevy , Dan Duryea
Christopher Lee , George Raft
An American playboy newly arrived in Hong Kong finds himself involved in a murder.
Director JEREMY SUMMERS
This Week's Films: page 15

Contributors

Unknown: Bob Cummings
Unknown: Margaret Lee
Unknown: Rupert Davies
Unknown: Brian Donlevy
Unknown: Dan Duryea
Unknown: Christopher Lee
Unknown: George Raft
Director: Jeremy Summers
Bob Mitchell: Bob Cummings
The Golden Dragons.: Brian Donlevy
The Golden Dragons.: Dan Duryea
The Golden Dragons.: Christopher Lee
The Golden Dragons.: George Raft
Com Sanders: Rupert Davies
Magda: Margaret Lee

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