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: Open University

7.40 Renaissance and Reformation. 8.5 Pure Maths. 8.30 Reading Development.
8.55 Roman Religions. 9.20 Electromagnetics and Electronics 9.45 Statistics.
10.10 Universitv Government. 10.35 Tolstoy. 11.0 Working Class. 11.25 Swedish Education. 11.50 Curriculum Studies.
12.15 Light. 12.40 History.

: Saturday Cinema: Under the Clock

starring Judy Garland Robert Walker
A chance meeting between a lonely soldier on leave and a tender-hearted secretary leads to a whirlwind romance.
Based on a story by PAUL AND PAULINE GALLICO
Director VINCENTE MINNELLI. Films: p 19

Contributors

Unknown: Judy Garland
Unknown: Robert Walker
Story By: Paul And
Story By: Pauline Gallico
Director: Vincente Minnelli.
Alice Mayberry: Judy Garland
Cpl Joe Allen: Robert Walker
Al Henry: James Gleason
The drunk: Keenan Wynn
Bill: Marshall Thompson
Mrs Al Henry: Lucile Gleason
Helen: Ruth Brady

: Cricket: Gillette Cup Final

from Lord's
Kent v Lancashire
Introduced by PETER WEST
Commentators RICHIE BENAUD
JIM LAKER
Also in Grandstand from 10.25 am

Contributors

Introduced By: Peter West
Commentators: Richie Benaud

: News and Sport

Weather

: Rugby Special

from Ireland
Introduced by NIGEL STARMER -SMITH
Ireland v The President's XV
Ireland today begin their centenary celebrations at Lansdowne Road. With Ireland, current home-countries champions, playing against a strong President's XV an entertaining and exciting afternoon's rugby is assured
Commentator at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, BILL MCLAREN
TV presentation by the IRISH TELEVISION SERVICE
Series producer BILL TAYLOR

Contributors

Introduced By: Nigel Starmer
Unknown: Bill McLaren
Producer: Bill Taylor

: Pot Black

BBC2 Snooker Championship
The first frame of the 1974 final: John Spencer , twice Pot Black Champion, against Graham Miles , beaten finalist in the 1974 World Championships. They play for the Pot Black Trophy, together with a prize of £1,000.
Introduced by ALAN WEEKS Referee SYDNEY LEE
Commentator TED LOWE
Director jim DUMIGHAN
Producer REG PERRIN (Birmingham)

Contributors

Unknown: John Spencer
Unknown: Graham Miles
Introduced By: Alan Weeks
Commentator: Ted Lowe
Director: Jim Dumighan
Producer: Reg Perrin

: The Haggard Falcon

A new historical thriller in four parts by BILL CRAIG and 4: The Tercel
Brought close to his own death, Dominic has discovered the truth about Margaret's. But Gellie, accused of witchcraft, will burn unless he gives Lethington the document that incriminates Both-well in a treason plot.
Designer WALTER MILLER
Producer PHARIC MACLAREN Director MIKE VARDY (BBC Scotland)
(Repeated: Thursday at 8.30 pm)
(Alec Heggie and Ian Ireland appear by permission of the Young Lyceum Co, Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh)

Contributors

Unknown: Bill Craig
Designer: Walter Miller
Producer: Pharic MacLaren
Director: Mike Vardy
Dominic Allardyce: Ian Ogilvy
Puddock: Alex McAvoy
Gellie: Virginia Stark
Gillespie: Roddy McMillan
Moray: Victor Carin
Lethington: John Carlisle
Mary Queen of Scots: Mary Ann Reid
Kirstie: Anne Kristen
FauldS: Paul KermacK
Turnkey: Ian Ireland
Blackadder: Brian Coburn
Fletcher: Willie Joss
Wattie: Charles Kearney
Joseph: Patrick Lewsley
Ewfame: Valerie Pfeiffer
Fenwick: George Howell
Lady Janet: Harriet Buchan
Bastion: Paul Young
Gilles de Mere: John Shedden
Randolph: Martin Heller
Bothwell: Alec Heggie

: News on 2

Weather

: Them and Us

The third of a series about the Common Market countries Italy
Sicilian puppets, a jazz Mass, an open-air Aida, an evening at the Piccolo Theatre, the restoration of a crucifix, the making of a modern chair, a street market, an old singers' home: all a part of this look at the cultural life of Italy.
The programme visits Milan and Florence, Urbino and Gubbio, Rome and Palermo.
Among those appearing are: Luigi Barzini , journalist
Giorgio di Chirico , painter
Luigi Dallapiccola, composer Lanza Tomasi di Lampcdusa, writer
Milly, singer
Alberto Moravia , writer
Vittorio De Sica , director Mario Soldati , writer
Giorgio Strehler , director Franco Zeffirclli , director
... combines information with illumination (OBSERVER) For anyone who has ever been to Italy and longs to go back (and who doesn'tr) an absolute Must (SUNDAY TIMES)
Written and produced by PETER ADAM

Contributors

Unknown: Luigi Barzini
Unknown: Giorgio Di Chirico
Singer: Alberto Moravia
Unknown: Vittorio de Sica
Director: Mario Soldati
Unknown: Giorgio Strehler
Director: Franco Zeffirclli
Produced By: Peter Adam

: Midnight Movie: Kiss Me Deadly

starring Ralph Meeker with Albert Dekker
Paul Stewart , Juano Hernandez
An encounter with a beautiful and frightened girl leads Mike Hammer into a web of intrigue and danger....
Producer and director ROBERT ALDRICH This Week's Films: page 19

Contributors

Unknown: Ralph Meeker
Unknown: Albert Dekker
Unknown: Paul Stewart
Unknown: Juano Hernandez
Unknown: Mike Hammer
Mike Hammer: Ralph Meeker
Dr Soberlin: Albert Dekker
Carl Evello: Paul Stewart
Eddie Yeager: Juano Hernandez
Pat: Wesley Addy
Friday: Marian Carr
Velda: Maxine Cooper
Christina: Cloris Leachman
Lily Carver: Gaby Rodgers
Nick: Nick Dennis
Sugar: Jack Lambert
Charlie Max: Jack Elam

: Closedown









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