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: Open University

7.40 Power Supplies

8.5 Chemical Equilibrium

8.30 Cells and Organisms

8.55 The State of Water

9.20 Work

9.45 Laws of Thermodynamics

10.10 Advisory Programme for Applicants: 1

10.35 Computers: Art and Artefact

11.0 Educational Research Methods

11.25 Personality Growth and Learning

11.50 Designing in Plastics

12.15 Maths: Polynominal Approximations

12.40 Shop Supervisor

: Closedown

: Open Door

People make Television
The second of three programmes from Ulster is presented by the All Children Together Movement whose aim is to have integrated schools within the educational system of Northern Ireland.

: Cricket

The John Player League Essex v Derbyshire
Shortage of runs has been Derbyshire's downfall in the John Player League in the past. But with more strength in their bat-ting this season, they could well start moving towards the top of the league. RON HEADLEY and PHIL SHARPE could boost their run-rate. PETER WALKER introduces the programme which includes news of today's other fixtures:
Glamorgan v Hampshire
Gloucestershire v Lancashire Kent v Worcestershire
Leicestershire v Warwickshire Somerset v Nottinghamshire Commentators at Ilford :
BBC WALES: Glamorgan v Hampshire


Unknown: Ron Headley
Unknown: Phil Sharpe
Introduces: Peter Walker
Unknown: John Arlott
Unknown: Bob Duncan
Unknown: Denis Kelly

: News Review

A digest of the news of the week with Richard Baker.


Newsreader: Richard Baker
Editor: Peter Jenning

: The World About Us

A Girl Named
Yumi Yumi Funabiki - Japan
Yumi is a city girl. In fact she lives in Tokyo, one of the world's largest cities. And her life matches the pace of Tokyo, fast-moving, complex and sophisticated. But for Yumi at least, something is missing. This is the story of her search through rural and traditional Japan for the missing elements in her life.
Series editors ANTHONY ISAACS and CHRISTOPHER PARSONS Preview: page 5


Unknown: Yumi Yumi Funabiki
Editors: Anthony Isaacs
Editors: Christopher Parsons

: Sunday Special

starring international singing star Shirley Bassey with her special guest Neil Diamond
Orchestra conducted by ARTHUR GREENSLADE
Choreography NIGEL LYTHGOE


Unknown: Shirley Bassey
Conducted By: Arthur Greenslade
Designers: Keith Harris
Designers: John O'Hara
Producer: Stewart Morris

: Pinchas Zukerman

with the English Chamber Orchestra
The first of a series of four weekly programmes with the ENGLISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA, each including a Mozart Concerto.
Pinchas Zukerman plays and conducts an all-Mozart programme. Rondo in c (K 373)
Violin Concerto No 4, in D (K 218) Symphony No 29, in A (K 201)
, Schubert's
Symphony No 5)


Unknown: Pinchas Zukerman
Director: Christopher Nupen

: Sunday Cinema: Up to His Ears

(Les Tribulations d'un Chinois en Chine) starring Jean-Paul Belmondo Ursula Andress with Valerie Lagrange , Maria Pacome
Very rich and very bored, Arthur Lempereur abandons his attempts at suicide and embarks on a round-the-world trip In his yacht, accompanied by his fiancee, her grasping mother and Arthur's elderly Chinese adviser, Mr Goh. When he meets striptease dancer Alexandrine in Hong Kong, Arthur decides that life is worth living after all.
Director PHILIPPE DE BROCA. This Week's Films: page 13


Unknown: Jean-Paul Belmondo
Unknown: Ursula Andress
Unknown: Valerie Lagrange
Unknown: Maria Pacome
Unknown: Arthur Lempereur
Unknown: Mr Goh.
Arthur Lempereur: Ean-Paul Belmondo
Alexandrine Pinardel: Ursula Andress
Alice Ponchabert: Valerie Lagrange
Suzy Ponchabert: Maria Pacome
Mr Goh: Valery Inkijinoff
Cornelius: Jess Hahn
Léon: Jean Rochefort
Biscoton: Darry Cowl
Cornac: Paul Preboist
Roquentin: Mario David
Fallinster: Joe Said
Russian Professor: Boris Lenissevitch

: News on 2


: Closedown

William Squire reads Letter from Assisi by ELIZABETH JENNINGS


Unknown: William Squire
Unknown: Elizabeth Jennings

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