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: Open University

7.40 Tawny Owls

8.5 Question and Answer

8.30 Foundation Maths: Taylor's Theorem

8.55 Hans Scharoun

9.20 Politics of Revolt: Poland

9.45 Moral Conflict

10.10 Pure Maths: Rings

10.35 Elementary Maths: Relations

11.0 Elements of the Lithium Row

11.25 Limestone Deposition

11.50 Statistics: Sampling

12.15 World War 2

12.40 Behaviour Therapy

: Closedown

: Saturday Cinema: The Punch and Judy Man

starring
Tony Hancock , Sylvia Syms with Barbara Murray , Ronald Fraser
Wally, a simple and easygoing seaside entertainer, has little interest in the formal celebrations to mark Piltdown's Sixty Glorious Years, but his ambitious wife sees the event as her opportunity for social recognition.
Director JEREMY SUMMERS
This Week's Films: page 13

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Hancock
Unknown: Sylvia Syms
Unknown: Barbara Murray
Unknown: Ronald Fraser
Wally: Tony Hancock
Delia: Sylvia Syms
Lady Jane: Barbara Murray
Mayor: Ronald Fraser
Sandman: John Le Mesurier
Edward: Hugh Lloyd
Nevil: Mario Fabrizi
Mayoress: Pauline Jameson
Madame Zarathusa: Hattie Jacques

: International Cricket

The Prudential Cup Australia v Pakistan and England v India
Live coverage of two of today's matches and news of the other games on the opening day of this competition to find the world's best One-Day Cricket team.

: News and Sport

Weather

: Network

A series of programmes made specially for audiences in the BBC regions and now seen for the first time throughout the United Kingdom.
Tonight, from BBC West:
Cecil Beaton - Summer in Arcadia Since 1930 Cecil Beaton 's private world has revolved around Wiltshire and in particular two houses -Ashcombe, scene of youthful fantasies and ' sophisticated rusticity,' and Reddish, his present home, where he escapes from the social frenzy of London to paint, write and tend his garden.
Director KEITH SHEATHER
Series co-ordinator FRANK GILLARD Beaton was in Arcadia too: page 4

Contributors

Unknown: Cecil Beaton
Unknown: Cecil Beaton
Director: Keith Sheather
Unknown: Frank Gillard

: Looking for Clancy

from the novel by FREDERIC MULLALLY : dramatised in five parts by JACK PULMAN : part 3 starring with Keith Drinkel

Contributors

Novel By: Frederic Mullally
Unknown: Jack Pulman
Unknown: Keith Drinkel
Frank Clancy: Robert Powell

: The Tribal Eye

Written and presented by David Attenborough
2: Crooked Beak of Heaven

Contributors

Presented By: David Attenborough

: 2nd House 2nd Run

The Who
Introduced by Melvyn Bragg
In 1964 a rock group called THE WHO made their first public appearance in a pub in Harrow. The line-up was PETE TOWNSHEND (guitar, vocals), JOHN ENTWHISTLE (bass guitar, vocals), KEITH MOON (drums) and ROGER DALTREY (lead vocals).
Ten years later the same band hold an undisputed position among the rock giants of the age. In the first part of the programme MELVYN BRAGG talks to PETE TOWNSHEND, guitarist, composer and leader of THE WHO.
10.25 The Who at Charlton
In front of an audience of some 80,000 rock enthusiasts, THE WHO play a selection of their old hit singles and extracts from their best-selling albums.
Production team
TONY TYLEY , MARK KIDEL , DENNIS MARKS Producer TONY STAVEACRE Editor BILL MORTON

Contributors

Introduced By: Melvyn Bragg
Guitar: Pete Townshend
Bass: John Entwhistle
Unknown: Keith Moon
Unknown: Roger Daltrey
Talks: Melvyn Bragg
Unknown: Tony Tyley
Unknown: Mark Kidel
Producer: Tony Staveacre
Editor: Bill Morton

: News on 2

Weather

: Film Night

Introduced by Tony Bilbow and Philip Jenkinson
A review of the latest films, including John Wayne on location in London for Brannigan, and Lee Marvin commenting on his role in The Klansman.
Producer BARRY BROWN
Philip Jenkinson : page 13

Contributors

Introduced By: Tony Bilbow
Introduced By: Philip Jenkinson
Unknown: John Wayne
Unknown: Lee Marvin
Producer: Barry Brown
Unknown: Philip Jenkinson

: Midnight Movie: The Man Who Finally Died

starring Stanley Baker
Peter Cushing , Mai Zctterling
When German-born Joe Newman , who has always believed his father to have been killed during the war, suddenly receives a strange telephone message, apparently from his father, he travels to a small Bavarian town to try to solve the mystery. He meets only suspicion and a wall of silence ... Director
QUENTIN LAWRENCE This Week's Films: page 13

Contributors

Unknown: Stanley Baker
Unknown: Peter Cushing
Unknown: Joe Newman
Unknown: Quentin Lawrence
Joe Newman: Stanley Baker
Von Brecht: Peter Cushing
Lisa: Mai Zetterling
Insp Hofmeister: Eric Portman
Brenner: Niall McGinnis
Hirsch: Nigel Green
Martha: Barbara Everest
Maria: Georgina Ward
The Professor: Harold Scott
Rahn: James Ottoway
Heinrich: Alfred Burke
Helga: Mela White
Minna: Maya Sorell








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