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: Open University

10.35 Social Sciences: 33

11.5 Science: 32

11.35 Mathematics: 33

12.5 Arts: 32

12.30-1.30 Open Forum

: 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.
And Weather

Contributors

Presenter: Michael de Morgan
Producer: Bill Northwood

: Music on 2: Phedre

A television ballet film from France which won the 1968 Italia Prize. It is based on Racine's tragedy, adapted by Anne Beranger.
Choreographed by Milko Sparemblek to music by Georges Auric

Contributors

Author: Racine
Adapted by: Anne Beranger
Music: Georges Auric
Choreography/Director: Milko Sparemblek
Director: Pierre Badel
Phedre: Claire Motte
Hippolytus: Jean-Pierre Bonnefous
Theseus: Milko Sparemblek
Aricia: Mireille Negre

: The World About Us: Baobab

A film portrait of an African 'upside-down tree' and its wildlife.
The ancient baobab provides shade, food and shelter for everything from elephants to bush-babies. It is the hornbills, however, that use the tree in the most remarkable way, and this unique film reveals some of the innermost secrets of one of the most fascinating life-cycles in the bird world.

(from Bristol)
(Colour)

Contributors

Narrator: David Attenborough
Director/Photographer: Alan Root
Producer: Suzanne Gibbs

: Eyeless in Gaza: Part 4: All is best, though we oft doubt

by Aldous Huxley
Dramatised in five parts by Robin Chapman
Starring Ian Richardson

Anthony and Mark have returned from Mexico. Anthony has decided to join Dr Miller in his 'People for Peace' movement; and Helen has joined the Communist Party and is living with Ekki.

Contributors

Author: Aldous Huxley
Dramatised by: Robin Chapman
Designer: Raymond Cusick
Producer: Martin Lisemore
Director: James Cellan Jones
Helen Amberley: Lynn Farleigh
Ekki Giesebrecht: Harry Brooks Jr
Holtzmann: Jouey Douben
Ludwig Mach: Geoffrey Rose
Anthony Beavis: Ian Richardson
James Miller: John Laurie
Rev John Purchas: Jeremy Wilkin
German peasant: Ingo Mogendorf
German peasant: Hugh Cecil
Beppo Bowles: Peter Stephens
Young man: Brian Anthony
Alice: Elspeth Charlton
Mark Staithes: Michael Gambon
Chairman: Michael Mulcaster
Caretaker: Walter Swash
Mary Amberley: Adrienne Corri
Gerry Watchett: Trader Faulkner
Heckler: George Sweeney
Heckler: John Caesar

: For the Nation: Clandon Park (The National Trust)

Clandon Park, near Guildford, was built by Giacomo Leoni in 1733 for the Onslow family, who gave it to the National Trust in 1956. Earlier this year it was reopened after extensive restoration.

Contributors

Director: David Cheshire

: One Man's Week: Derek Dougan

Derek Dougan, Chairman of the Professional Footballers Association and centre-forward for Wolverhampton Wanderers and Ireland looks back over his week.

Contributors

Presenter: Derek Dougan
Producer: Ian Keill
Editor: Rowan Ayers

: Rowan and Martin

Rowan and Martin invite you back to their Laugh-in
This week's guests include Johnny Carson, Claudine Longet, Rich Little, Roger Miller
With Arte Johnson, Ruth Buzzi, Gary Owens, Alan Sues, Lily Tomlin, Dennis Allen, Johnny Brown, Ann Elder, Barbara Sharma

A Schlatter/Friendly production for NBC

(Colour)

Contributors

Comedian: Dan Rowan
Comedian: Dick Martin
Comedian: Johnny Carson
Guest: Claudine Longet
Impressionist: Rich Little
Singer: Roger Miller
Performer: Arte Johnson
Performer: Ruth Buzzi
Performer: Gary Owens
Performer: Alan Sues
Performer: Lily Tomlin
Performer: Dennis Allen
Performer: Johnny Brown
Performer: Ann Elder
Performer: Nancie Phillips
Performer: Barbara Sharma

: News Summary

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