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: Open University

6.40 Bela Bartok. 7.5 Maths - Musical Instruments. 7.30 Systems Modelling.

Contributors

Unknown: Bela Bartok.

: Closedown

: Play School

Story: Bobby and the Kite written by ELIZABETH MACDONALD Presenters
SARAH LONG , JON GLOVER

Contributors

Written By: Elizabeth MacDonald
Unknown: Sarah Long
Unknown: Jon Glover

: Open University

Handicapped in theCommunity.

: Closedown

: Cricket: Third Test

England v Australia
Coverage of the end of this final day's play.

: Open University

6.15 Traffic Control. 6.40 Maths Analysis - Approximations. 7.5 Earth History.

: Newsday

with Alan Watson. News Summary Preceded by Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Watson.

: Six from the Sixth

The third of a series of six films James Brown
Helston Comprehensive School
JAMES BROWN is an 18-year-old Cornish boy. He's studying music and languages - Latin, French, Italian and German. He plays the piano and the violin and later in the year he's going to Oxford to read music.
Producer LAWRENCE GORDON CLARK

Contributors

Unknown: James Brown
Producer: Lawrence Gordon Clark

: The Time-Detectives

Last of six Chronicle programmes. 6: The Tree That
Put the Clock Back
The bristle-cone pine tree of California, oldest living thing on earth, has been used by scientists to re-date prehistoric Europe, and the outcome is startling, to say the least; it forces us to question the accepted theory that all great advances in man's development had their origins in the Near-East - the so-called ' Cradle of Civilisation.' Leading this attack on the old order is Professor Colin Ren frew of Southampton University, who talks to Magnus Magnusson. Written and narrated by MAGNUS MAGNUSSON
Executive producer PAUL JOHNSTONS Director DAVID COLLISON

Contributors

Unknown: Professor Colin Ren
Unknown: Magnus Magnusson.
Unknown: Magnus Magnusson
Producer: Paul Johnstons
Director: David Collison

: Tuesday Cinema: Masculin, Feminin

starring
Jean-Pierre Leaud and Chantal Goya
Fresh from his military service and in need of a job, Paul comes to Paris and meets Madeleine and an affair begins between them ..
Director JEAN-LUC GODARD
. Films; pagt 11

Contributors

Unknown: Jean-Pierre Leaud
Director: Jean-Luc Godard
Paul: Jean Pierre Leaud
Madeleine: Chaktal Goya
Catherine: Catherine-Isabella Duport
Elizabeth: Marlene Jobert
Robert: Michael Debord
The man in film-within-film: Birger Malmsten
The woman in film-within-film: Eva Britt Strandberg
Couple rehearsing play in cafe: Brigitte Bardot
Couple rehearsing play in cafe: Antoine Bourseiller
Woman in Metro: Chantal Darget
' Mademoiselle 19 ans ': Elsa Leroy
Friend of American Officer in car: Francoise Hardy

: Cricket: Third Test

England v
Australia RICHIE BENAUD introduces highlights of the final day's play.

Contributors

Introduces: Australia Richie Benaud

: News Extra

Presented by Angela Rippon Weather

Contributors

Presented By: Angela Rippon

: Closedown

GEORGINE ANDERSON reads
A Painting by Winifred Nicholson by KATHLEEN RAINE

Contributors

Unknown: Georgine Anderson
Unknown: Kathleen Raine








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