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: Open University

6.40 Tolstoy

7.5 Maths - Chebyshev Polynomials

7.30 Rotating Frames

: Closedown

: Play School

(Repeat: for details see BBC1. 4.25 pm)

: Closedown

: Cricket: Fourth Test

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

: Open University

6.15-6.40 Fast Trains

7.5 Earth History

: Newsday

with Alan Watson
Every weekday evening an interview with a man or woman behind the headlines follows the News Summary
Preceded by Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Watson

: Six from the Sixth

The fifth of a series of six films about sixth-formers. Lucy Welfare
King Edward Vlth School, Morpeth LUCY WELFARE is an extrovert, attractive 16-year-old who loves country life. She lives with her mother, a social worker, in the pretty Northumbrian village of Rothbury, and travels many miles each day to school at a large comprehensive in the market town of Morpeth.
This year Lucy is Rothbury's Carnival Queen and she throws herself into the role with an enthusiasm characteristic of everything she does.
Producer CLEM VALLANCE

Contributors

Producer: Clem Vallance

: Jazz Ship

This week's special feature
The Cannonball Adderley Quintet with Nat Adderley with COUNT BASIE AND HIS ORCHESTRA
SARAH VAUGHAN AND HER TRIO
LIONEL HAMPTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA
JOE WILLIAMS
The Jazz Ship continues its journey and reaches Nassau
Commentary PETER CLAYTON
Film editors PETER MARSH , PETER GIBBS Producer JOHN DUNCAN (.Manchester)

Contributors

Unknown: Sarah Vaughan
Unknown: Lionel Hampton
Unknown: Peter Clayton
Editors: Peter Marsh
Editors: Peter Gibbs
Producer: John Duncan

: Tuesday Cinema: Jane Eyre

starring
Orson Welles , Joan Fontaine with Margaret O'Brien
Peggy Ann Garner , John Sutton
Charlotte Bronte 's famous story of the orphan Jane Eyre , who, after a desperately unhappy childhood, becomes a governess and meets for the first time the formidable master of Thornfield Hall - Mr Rochester.
Screenplay by ALDOUS HUXLEY
ROBERT STEVENSON and JOHN HOUSEMAN Director ROBERT STEVENSON

Contributors

Unknown: Orson Welles
Unknown: Joan Fontaine
Unknown: Margaret O'Brien
Unknown: Peggy Ann Garner
Unknown: John Sutton
Unknown: Charlotte Bronte
Unknown: Jane Eyre
Unknown: Mr Rochester.
Unknown: Aldous Huxley
Unknown: Robert Stevenson
Unknown: John Houseman
Director: Robert Stevenson
Edward Rochester: Orson Welles
Jane Eyre: Joan Fontaine
Adele Varens: Margaret O'Brien
Jane (as a child) PEGGY: Ann Garner
Dr Rivers: John Sutton
Bessie: Sara Allgood
Brocklehurst: Henry Daniell
Mrs Reed: Agnes Moorehead
Colonel Dent: Aubrey Mather

: Cricket: Fourth Test

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

Contributors

Introduces: Richie Benaud

: News Night

Presented by Angela Rippon
Weather

Contributors

Newsreader: Angela Rippon

: Closedown

WILLIAM LUCAS reads Bavarian Gentians by D. D. LAWRENCE

Contributors

Unknown: William Lucas
Unknown: D. D. Lawrence








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