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: Open University

7.5 Maths: Matrix Transformations

7.30 Romantic Recital

: Closedown

: Play School

Story : Georgie and Granny by SHIRLEY GEE . Presenters


Unknown: Shirley Gee
Unknown: Chloe Ashcroft
Unknown: Johnny Ball

: Closedown

: Royal National Eisteddfod of Wales

Bro Dwyfor 1975
The Crowning Ceremony Outside broadcast cameras join the assembled bards in the Eisteddfod pavilion for the first of this week's major ceremonies, described by Alun Williams.
Today's live relay is preceded by a brief introduction to the Eisteddfod, filmed during last year's event, and presented by Trevor Fishlock, of The Times.
Television presentation DEWI GRIFFITHS
(Sylwebaeth Gymraeg gan R. ALUN EVANS ar BBC Cymru)


Unknown: Alun Williams.
Presented By: Trevor Fishlock
Unknown: Dewi Griffiths
Unknown: R. Alun Evans

: Closedown

: Cricket: Second Test

England v Australia from Lord's.
Live coverage of the closing overs of the final day's play

: Open University

6.15 The Heart of Computer?

6.40 Maths: Complex Analysis

7.5 The Earth's Surface

: Newsday

with Richard Kershaw. News
Summary. Preceded by Weather


Unknown: Richard Kershaw.

: Six from the Sixth

The first of a series of six films about sixth-formers. Mary McGregor ,
Stirling High School
MARY MCGREGOR is a bubbly 18-year-old, the youngest of five children. She lives in her parents' council flat in the Raploch, a deprived area of Stirlfng in Scotland. Mary goes to Stirling High School, a large comprehensive, and has just taken her Advanced and Higher Level examinations. She wants to go to university.


Unknown: Mary McGregor
Unknown: Mary McGregor
Producer: Jennifer Jeremy

: The Time-Detectives

A series of six Chronicle programmes about the application of scientific research to the problems of solving the secrets of prehistory.
4: Nefertiti and the Computer
Nefertiti was the most beautiful and famous of queens of ancient Egypt. Was she also one of the most powerful? A remarkable new research project strongly suggests this was so. At Karnak in Egypt, 3,300 years ago, the heretic pharaoh Akhenaten, husband of Nefertiti, built a vast and brightly painted temple for his new religion.
After bis death the priests of the old religion hastened to destroy it, leaving only some 45,000 carved stone blocks scattered in the core of the later monuments as witness to its short-lived glory.
In the 60s RAY WINFIELD SMITH , former us diplomat and general, directed the project, which by use of a computer, rediscovered for the first time the nature and shape of Akhenaten's temple complex. As well, it produced a quite new assessment of Nefertiti's status and importance. Introduced by Magnus Magnusson


Unknown: Ray Winfield Smith
Introduced By: Magnus Magnusson
Director: Paul Jordan
Producer: Paul John

: Tuesday Cinema: Inspector Clouseau

starring Alan Arkin with Frank Finlay
Barry Foster , Patrick Cargill Beryl Reid , Clive Francis
Inspector Clouseau , the most accident-prone detective in criminal history, is called in by Scotland Yard to solve the mystery of the Great Train Robbery ... Director
BUD YORKIN. Films : page 11


Unknown: Alan Arkin
Unknown: Frank Finlay
Unknown: Barry Foster
Unknown: Patrick Cargill
Unknown: Beryl Reid
Unknown: Clive Francis
Unknown: Inspector Clouseau
Unknown: Bud Yorkin.
Insp Jacques Clouseau: Alan Arkin
Supt Weaver: Frank Finlay
Sir Charles: Patrick Cargill
Mrs Weaver: Beryl Reid
Addison Steele: Barry Foster
Clyde Hargreaves: Clive Francis

: Cricket: Second Test

England v Australia RICHIE BENAUD introduces highlights of the final day's play at Lord's.


Introduces: Richie Benaud

: News Extra

with Angela Rippon ; Weather


Unknown: Angela Rippon

: Closedown



Unknown: Lyndon Brook
Unknown: Elizabeth Jennings

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