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: Open University

10.35 Social Sciences 25: (Part 1): Informal Political Institutions (i)
11.5 Science 24: Major Features of the Earth's Surface
11.35 Mathematics 25: Ideas in Common
12.5 Arts 24: Hamlet: The Readiness is All

: Cricket

The John Player League
Derbyshire v Northamptonshire
The delightful setting at Queen's Park, Chesterfield, is the venue for this game between old rivals, a game marked by the presence of a number of young promising cricketers beginning to make their name in the game.
Commentators at Chesterfield JOHN ARLOTT and JIM LAKER
During the tea interval at 4.0 pm* Profile of a Cricketer
R. Benaud (New South Wales and Australia) by TREVOR BAILEY
DAVID VINE introduces the programme' which includes news of today's other fixtures: Essex v Somerset
Glamorgan v Sussex
Hampshire v Gloucestershire Lancashire v Kent
Leicestershire v Worcestershire Surrey v Yorkshire
Warwickshire v Nottinghamshire
TV presentation BILL TAYLOR , BOB DUNCAN
Series producer BILL TAYLOR

Contributors

Unknown: R. Benaud
Unknown: Trevor Bailey
Introduces: David Vine
Unknown: Bill Taylor
Unknown: Bob Duncan
Producer: Bill Taylor

: Closedown

: News Review

The best of the week's news film For the deaf and hard of hearing* a commentary appears visually. Presenter John Edmunds
Producer BILL NORTHWOOD and Weather

Contributors

Presenter: John Edmunds

: 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 from the civilisations that flourished in both the New World and the Old and spanned the period 2000 BC to the 12th century AD With
Kate Pretty, Lecturer in Archaeology, Cambridge University
Norman Hammond , Research Fellow in Archaeology at Cambridge University and Archaeological Correspondent of The Times
Dr Colin Renfrew , Senior Lecturer in Prehistory and Archaeology at Sheffield University
Director BOB TONER
Producer TONY BROUGHTON

Contributors

Unknown: Professor Barry Cunliffe
Unknown: Norman Hammond
Unknown: Dr Colin Renfrew
Director: Bob Toner
Producer: Tony Broughton

: The World About Us The Journals of Lewis and Clark

A re-enactment of the epic journey undertaken in 1804 by two men, Lewis and Clark, whose names were ever after to be bracketed together. Leading a 45-man expedition from St Louis, Missouri, they set out to explore and open up the North-West Territories of America.
After a year and a half, 29 of the original team together with their
Newfoundland dog reached the mouth of the Columbia River and the shores of the Pacific Ocean. It took them another year to get back and the American North West was never the same again, for soon the settlement began.
Producer TED YATES
Presented by BRIAN BRANSTOM

Contributors

Producer: Ted Yates
Presented By: Brian Branstom

: Music on 2 Elisabeth Sbderstrdm and Gerald Moore

in a programme including songs by Haydn, Schubert, Mendelssohn, Grieg, Mussorgsky and Strauss.
Sound ADRIAN STOCKS
Lighting KEN MACGREGOR Designer COLIN SHAW Producer PATRICIA FOY

Contributors

Unknown: Adrian Stocks
Unknown: Ken MacGregor
Designer: Colin Shaw
Producer: Patricia Foy

: The Thynne Blue Line

An eccentric, gifted, aristocratic amateur, who amuses himself with art when he is not getting into the gossip columns - or is he ' a serious professional writer and painter who is not yet successful'? This documentary looks at the life and ideas of Alexander Thynne , Viscount Weymouth , heir to Longleat.
Narrator ERIC THOMPSON
Director MICHAEL CROUCHER

Contributors

Unknown: Alexander Thynne
Unknown: Viscount Weymouth
Narrator: Eric Thompson
Narrator: Michael Croucher

: The Borderers

lain
Cuthbertson Michael Gambon , Edith Macarthur in Where the White Lilies Grow by MARTIN WORTH
Guest stars Ewan MacColl
Maurice Roeves , Joan Alcorn Walter Gotell
William brings murder as well as a bride to Cessford Castle.
Series created by BILL CRAIG Producer ANTHONY COBURN Director ROGER JENKINS

Contributors

Unknown: Cuthbertson Michael Gambon
Unknown: Edith MacArthur
Unknown: Ewan MacColl
Unknown: Maurice Roeves
Unknown: Joan Alcorn
Unknown: Walter Gotell
Unknown: Bill Craig
Producer: Anthony Coburn
Director: Roger Jenkins
Cessford: Iain Cuthbertson
Gavin Ker: Michael Gambon
Margaret Ker: Edith MacArthur
Agnes Ker: Eileen Nicholas
Pringle: Russell Waters
Tarn o' the Houms: Ewan MacColl
Lady Janet: Anne Kidd
Lady Ruth: Joan Alcorn
Scott of Branxholm: Walter Gotell
Robert Scott: Maurice Roeves
William Ker: Paul Shelley
Mistress Mary: Gaye Brown
Ker of Greenhead: David Sinclair

: News Summary

Cricket Scoreboard and Weather

: The Flip Wilson Show

starring Flip Wilson and this week Bobby Darin B. B. King and Sid Caesar

Contributors

Unknown: Bobby Darin
Unknown: B. B. King
Unknown: Sid Caesar








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