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: Open University

10.35 Social Sciences: 22: Size and Spacing of Settlements

11.5 Science: 21: Unity and Diversity

11.35 Mathematics: 22: Vector Spaces

12.5 Arts: 21: A View of the Renaissance

(to 12.30)

: Cricket

The John Player League Kent v Gloucestershire direct from Gillingham.
Kent's last appearance in the John Player League was made memorable by a sparkling half-century by John Shepherd in only 30 balls. A fast 50 by any of the Kent batsmen today against a Gloucestershire attack would be a feat well worth watching.
During the tea interval at 4 pm* Profile of a Cricketer
M. C. Cowdrey (Kent and England) by JOHN ARLOTT
FRANK BOUGH introduces the programme which includes news of all today's other League fixtures. Commentators at Gillingham JOHN ARLOTT and JIM LAKER
Television presentation
BOB DUNCAN and JOHN SHREWSBURY Series producer BILL TAYLOR

Contributors

Unknown: M. C. Cowdrey
Unknown: John Arlott
Introduces: Frank Bough
Unknown: John Arlott
Unknown: Jim Laker
Unknown: Bob Duncan
Unknown: John Shrewsbury
Producer: Bill Taylor

: Closedown

: News Review

The best of the week's news film from all over the world, together with other subjects of interest. For the deaf and hard of hearing a commentary appears visually. Presenter Michael De Morgan Producer BILL NORTHWOOD and Weather

: A.V.M?

Animal, Vegetable, Mineral? What is it?
Where does it come from?
How much do you know about it? Chairman
Professor Barry Cunliffe Southampton University
The chairman challenges a team of archaeologists to identify and discuss objects discovered and salvaged from development sites in the last few years. Team:
Kate Pretty , Researcher in Archaeology, Cambridge University Phil Barker , Lecturer in Archaeology, Department of Extra Mural Studies, University of Birmingham Peter Fowler , Staff Tutor in Archaeology, University of Bristol
Directed by BOB TONER
Produced by TONY BROUGHTON
(Barry Cunliffes Choice: page 5)

Contributors

Unknown: Professor Barry Cunliffe
Unknown: Kate Pretty
Unknown: Phil Barker
Unknown: Peter Fowler
Directed By: Bob Toner
Produced By: Tony Broughton
Produced By: Barry Cunliffes

: The World About Us Chimpanzee!

Narrated by KENNETH ALLSOP
Chimpanzees can appear quite human through their actions and expressions, which are often similar to ours. Why, then, have they not become even more human than they are?
In this fascinating film a team of scientists from the University of Amsterdam study the social structure of wild chimpanzees in Guinea and conduct some experiments with them. What, for example, will be the chimps' reaction to a stuffed leopard? The answer is provided in one of the most remarkable sequences ever shown in this series.
Photographed and directed by PETER W. FERA
Produced by DIETER FRANCK and JUERGEN BIRTH (from Bristol)
(Natural enough: pages 52-54)

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Allsop
Directed By: Peter W. Fera
Produced By: Dieter Franck
Produced By: Juergen Birth

: Music on 2 The Explorer

I'm past 70 and I haven'arrived yet - thank God.
A film in praise of Roberto Gerhard (1896-1970) the Spanish composer who lived and worked in exile in England after the Civil War, and his music with words from Poldi Gerhard Sir William Glock
Rae Jenkins , Raymond Raikes and the composer himself Music from
Julian Bream
The London Sinfonietta conducted by David Atherton Narrator STEPHEN MURRAY Photography JOHN MCGLASHAN Film editor PETER WEST
Directed by BARRIE GAVIN

Contributors

Unknown: Roberto Gerhard
Unknown: Poldi Gerhard
Unknown: Sir William Glock
Unknown: Rae Jenkins
Unknown: Raymond Raikes
Conducted By: David Atherton
Unknown: Photography John McGlashan
Directed By: Barrie Gavin

: Film Night Special John Schlesinger

The director of Billy Liar , Midnight Cowboy, and now Sunday, Bloody Sunday admits that film-making is still a personal battle against panic and compromise.
Director SHELDON LARRY Editor ROWAN AYERS

Contributors

Unknown: Billy Liar
Director: Sheldon Larry
Editor: Rowan Ayers

: The Borderers

Michael Gambon , Edith Macarthur in Snatch by JAN READ Guest stars
Jean Anderson , Stuart Mungall
The gypsy way to win a wife was to snatch the desired lass from her home and kinfolk.
Series created by BILL CRAIG Producer ANTHONY COBURN
Directed by KEN HANNAM

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Gambon
Unknown: Edith MacArthur
Unknown: Jan Read
Unknown: Jean Anderson
Unknown: Stuart Mungall
Unknown: Bill Craig
Producer: Anthony Coburn
Directed By: Ken Hannam
Gavin Ker: Michael Gambon
Margaret Ker: Edith MacArthur
Agnes Ker: Eileen Nicholas
Jamie Ker: Ross Campbeli
Grizel Ker: Margaret Greic
Pringle: Russell Waters
Rab: James Garbutl
Warden Sergeant: Iain Blair
Lady Grizel: Jean Anderson
Hector Faa: Stuart Mungall
Kirstie: Helena Gloag
Patrick: Tom Conti
Tam: Bill Gavin

: News Summary

Cricket Scoreboard and Weather

: The Flip Wilson Show

starring Flip Wilson and this week's guests The Temptations
Lily Tomlin , Red Fox and Roger Miller

Contributors

Unknown: Lily Tomlin
Unknown: Roger Miller








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