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: Open University

6.40 Tolstoy

7.5 Working Class

(to 7.30)

: Play School

: Closedown

: Open University

5.25 Roman Religions

5.50 History of Science

6.15 Renaissance and Reformation

6.40 Brunel

: The Health Team in Action

1: Case That Needed Everyone
When Patricia was four months pregnant she discovered that her husband had a severe blood disease. It was time for the health team to move in ... Producer RON BLOOMFIELD
Series editor MICHAEL GARROD Book, 11.30, from bookshops

Contributors

Editor: Michael Garrod

: News Summary

Weather

: Sailor

In Concert
SAILOR'S first time on TV with tracks from their new album.
HENRY MARSH , PHIL PICKETT
GRANT SERPELL , GEORG KAJANUS
Sound PETER ROSE
Lighting CLIVE THOMAS
Design VALERIE WARRENDER
Production JOHNNIE STEWART

Contributors

Unknown: Henry Marsh
Unknown: Phil Pickett
Unknown: Grant Serpell
Unknown: Georg Kajanus
Unknown: Clive Thomas
Design: Valerie Warrender
Unknown: Johnnie Stewart

: The Cold War Game

The Game of Chess is the classic contest of power, but there are other games of global chess. The events of the Cold War - USSR V USA which started in 1945 - and moves of the chess game Spassky v Fischer 1972, are real. And the similarity goes further.
Director MARK ANDERSON

Contributors

Director: Mark Anderson

: Master Class: Geraint Evans

rehearses students and young sinfiers in scenes from
Donizetti's ' Don Pasquale ' translation by EDWARD j. DENT JAMES MILLER-COBURN
RUSSELL SMYTHE , KEITH JONES and JOY ROBERTS
Repetiteur ROBIN STAPLETON
In his second series of three television. Master Classes Sir Geraint is again working on operas with which he is particularly associated. Tonight there is a chance to see the thought and work that lie behind his masterly portrayal of the comic-sad Don Pasquale. Scenes staged by MALCOLM FRASER
SOUnd ALAN EDMONDS Lighting PETER SMEE
Design KEITH CHEETHAM Producer DAVID BUCKTON

Contributors

Unknown: Don Pasquale
Translation By: Edward J. Dent
Translation By: James Miller-Coburn
Translation By: Russell Smythe
Translation By: Keith Jones
Repetiteur: Robin Stapleton
Unknown: Malcolm Fraser
Unknown: Alan Edmonds
Design: Keith Cheetham
Producer: David Buckton

: Only a Game

Match number 12 of the World Cup - Scotland v Brazil - was played at the Waldstadion in Frankfurt on 18 June before 62,000 spectators. They were joined through television by an audience of hundreds of millions throughout the world. The effect of this one match was recorded on that day by 16 film crews scattered through seven countries. The cast includes surfers in Rio, Billy Bremner , a Yugoslavian peasant and his family, Scots fans in Glasgow, and television technicians in Geneva, London, Brussels and Frankfurt - all brought together because 22 men kicked a polka-dot ball around. Narrated by IAN HOLM
Film editor EDDIE MONTAGUE Producer ROGER MILLS
Director MICHAEL HOULDEY

Contributors

Unknown: Billy Bremner
Editor: Eddie Montague
Director: Michael Houldey

: Midweek Cinema: Reckless

starring Jean Harlow
William Powell , Franchot Tone
Mona Leslie , formerly a carnival entertainer, has become the toast of Broadway, but marriage threatens her life and career.
Director VICTOR FLEMING
This Week's Films: page 14

Contributors

Unknown: Jean Harlow
Unknown: William Powell
Unknown: Mona Leslie
Director: Victor Fleming
Mona: Jean Harlow
Ned Riley: Willham Powell
Bob Harrison: Franchot Tone
Granny: May Robson
Smiley: Ted Healy
Blossom: Nat Pendleton
Paul Mercer: Robert Light
Josephine: Rosalind Russell
Harrison: Henry Stephenson
Louise: Louise Henry
Dale Every: James Ellison
Ralph Watson: Leon Waycoff
Man Mountain Dean: Himself
Gold Dust: Farina
Allan: Allan Jones
Carl Randall: Himself
Nina Mae McKinney: Herself

: News Extra

David Holmes ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: David Holmes

: Closedown









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