The four-page supplement of 1974 Open University programmes, as printed in Radio Times, is obtainable from the Open University, [address removed]
1.30 pm Closedown
Mickey Rooney , Gloria De Haven Walter Huston , Frank Morgan
Summertime in the small Connecticut town of Danville at the turn of the century and all seems well with the Miller family - but young Richard is soon to receive a surprise which will upset their idyllic life together.
A musical version of Eugene O'Neill 's celebrated play Ah, Wilderness.
Director ROUBF.N MAMOULIAN
Mr Nat Miller:
Melvyn Bragg introduces two short films from the best of 2nd House
The Eye of the Storm
An award-winning film from America which documents a young teacher's attempt to explain the meaning of prejudice and discrimination to her eight-year-old pupils - by experience.
A Matter of Taste
A short story by the coloured South African writer ALEX LA GUMA , now exiled in Britain.
Director PETER GILL Producer TONY CASH
Assistant editor TONY STAVEACRE Editor BILL MORTON
Produced by RICHARD CAWSTON
The story of ' Our Man in the Far East,' Anthony Lawrence , who will soon end his long tour of duty as a BBC Foreign Correspondent in Asia.
In this film he looks back on his experiences since his first arrival in 1956. He paints a picture of his growing fascination for the East and of what it has been like to be a British observer reporting the world scene to people at home. The film was made in Singapore, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Washington and Paris.
Other Foreign Correspondents taking part: GERALD PRIESTLAND, CHARLES WHEELER , ERIK DE MAUNY, and the late THOMAS BARMAN , all of the BBC; DENNIS BLOODWORTH of The Observer, ross MARK of the Daily Express, RICHARD HUGHES of the Sunday Times, and DEREK DAVIES of the Far Eastern Economic Review.
(A new version of the film first shown on BBC1)
BBC2 Snooker Championship
Cliff Thorburn , the first Canadian player to appear in the series, against Jack Rea , Irish Champion for 20 years.
Rea needs to win to stake a claim for a place in the semi-finals. Introduced by ALAN WEEKS Referee SYDNEY LEE
Commentator TED LOWE
Director JIM DUMIGRAN
Producer REG PERRIN (Birmingham)
by H.G. Wells
Dramatised in four parts by Alun Richards
Encouraged by Miss Heydinger, Mr Lewisham was pursuing his ideals when he unexpectedly met Ethel at a seance. He and Ethel found they were still in love and they married.
Mr. Edwin Peake Baynes:
A series of four programmes 2 : Up with the Workers
Archie Hill gets up early to find out more about a Black Country-man's working day. He begins in a foundry, similar to one in which he once worked, then goes to a century-old metal workshop, a modern cycle factory and finally does a day's stint with a blacksmith.
Producer DEREK SMITH (Birmingham)
Judy Garland James Mason with Jack Carson , Charles Bickford
' Just about the finest one-woman show in modern movie history ' is how one critic has described Judy Garland 's performance as the young singer who takes the road to Hollywood and finds success-but at the price of her personal happiness.
Screenplay by MOSS HART Producer SIDNEY LUFT Director George CUKOR