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: Open University

7.40 The Heart of Computers. 8.5 Salvation and Politics. 8.30 The Earth's Magnetic Field. 8.55 Educational Research Methods. 9.20 Maths Analysis-Integration. 9.45 Solids. Liquids and Gases. 10.10 The Family Doctor. 10.35 Educational Decision-making. 11.0 Systems Management. 11.25 The Meaning of Fossils 11.50 Industrial Relations.
12.15 Freedom and Morality. 12.40 Earthquake Prediction and Prevention.
1.5 Miners - A Special Case? 1.30 Is Music Noise?

: Cricket

The John Player League featuring
Surrey v Hampshire
Surrey, in attendance at the top of the Table, meet last season's champions, Hampshire. Although Hampshire are without their West Indian Test players, they have tremendous batting strength with men like BARRY RICHARDS and RICHARD GILLIAT and all-rounders TREVOR JESTY and PETER SAINSBURY. Surrey with captain JOHN EDRICH , GRAHAM ROOPE and YOUNIS AHMED provide an equally formidable combination.
PETER WALKER introduces the programme which includes news of today's other fixtures:
DERBYSHIRE V YORKSHIRE GLAMORGAN V SUSSEX
GLOUCESTERSHIRE V LEICESTERSHIRE LANCASHIRE V KENT
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE V SOMERSET
WARWICKSHIRE V MIDDLESEX
WORCESTERSHIRE V ESSEX
Commentators at The Oval JOHN ARLOTT and JIM LAKER
Television presentation
BOB DUNCAN and ROY NORTON
(WALES Cricket: GLAMORGAN v SUSSEX)

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Richards
Unknown: Richard Gilliat
Unknown: Trevor Jesty
Unknown: John Edrich
Unknown: Graham Roope
Introduces: Peter Walker
Unknown: John Arlott
Unknown: Jim Laker
Unknown: Bob Duncan
Unknown: Roy Norton

: News Review

A digest of the news of the week and other world matters of interest seen by news cameras around the world. The interesting, the picturesque, the important and the dramatic, plus a visual commentary for. those who cannot hear with Kenneth Kendall
Editor BILL NORTHWOOD

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Kendall
Editor: Bill Northwood

: Forty Years

A raid on the archives of BBC Television Produced by RICHARD DREWETT
Dimbleby - Harding - Michelmore - Frost - The Coronation - Tonight - 1984 - Maigret - Hancock - Muggeridge - Horrocks - Cooke - The Grove Family - Quatermass - Sergeant Bilko - Bronowski - Cotton - Whicker - Muffin the Mule - Dr Finlay - Monty Python - The Forsytes TW3
In August 1936 the BBC started experimental transmissions from Alexandra Palace-the world's first television service. Since then TV has become part of our lives and our memories.
Tonight's anthology launches BBC2's Festival of Television. Using over 200 moments from programmes it attempts to give an impression of the people and events - the entertainment, the excitement and the sadness that make up television's first 40 years.
Videotape editor HOWARD DELL Research
JOHN FISHER
GRAHAM LINDSAY

Contributors

Produced By: Richard Drewett
Unknown: Monty Python
Unknown: John Fisher
Unknown: Graham Lindsay

: Sunday Cinema: A Place in the Sun

Paramount Presents ... Tonight starring
Montgomery Clift
Elizabeth Taylor , Shelley Winters An all-star cast in the screen version of Theodore Dreiser 's famous novel An American Tragedy.
Handsome and ambitious, George Eastman runs away from the poverty and piety of the mission run by his mother, and is offered a job by his rich uncle.
Produced and directed by GEORGE STEVENS
. Films: page 8

Contributors

Unknown: Montgomery Clift
Unknown: Elizabeth Taylor
Unknown: Theodore Dreiser
Unknown: George Eastman
Directed By: George Stevens
George Eastman: Montgomery Clift
Angela Vickers: Elizabeth Taylor
Alice Tripp: Shelley Winters
Hannah Eastman: Anne Revere
Marlowe: Raymond Burr
Charles Eastman: Herbert Heyes
Earl Eastman: Keefe Brasselle
Marcia Eastman: Lois Chartrand
Anthony Vickers: Sheppard Strudwick
Mrs Vickers: Frieda Inescourt

: News Summary

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