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: Open University

7.5 Maths - Games Theory

7.30 Electronic Music

: Closedown

: Play School

Story: Mr McFinn and Mrs Splatt Written by KATHY BUCHANAN Graphics by CHARLES FRONT Presenters JULIE STEVENS and CHRISTOPHER TRANCHELL

Contributors

Unknown: Mr McFinn
Unknown: Mrs Splatt
Written By: Kathy Buchanan
Presenters: Julie Stevens
Presenters: Christopher Tranchell

: Closedown

: Open University

5.0 Maths - Topological Spaces

5.25 Iron Bridges

5.50 Computing - Compiling

6.15 Statistics and Reliability

7.5 Electromagnetic Radiation

: Newsday

with Richard Kershaw
Every weekday evening an Interview with a man or woman behind the headlines follows the News Summary
Preceded by Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Kershaw

: Six from the Sixth

The last of a series of six films about sixth-formers.
Janette Maxwell : Starcross
Comprehensive School, Islington
JANETTE MAXWELL is 18 years old. She goes to Starcross Girls' Comprehensive in Islington. She's a girl of tremendous vitality and with many different interests. She's got 0-levels in English, French, Biology and Art and has just done A-level English and Art.
But her great love is the dance and she longs to be a professional. She teaches the younger girls in the school and every evening she's out teaching at various local youth centres.
Janette takes advantage of every facility the school and the area offer her. Above all she enjoys life and transmits her enjoyment to those around her.
Producer LAWRENCEGORDON CLARK

Contributors

Unknown: Janette Maxwell
Producer: Lawrencegordon Clark

: Jazz Ship

This week's special ieature
Joe Williams , Sarah Vaughan : with COUNT BASIE AND HIS ORCHESTRA
LIONEL HAMPTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA With VALERIE CARR
This week, the Jazz Ship travels to Bermuda. A short stop there, for a drive around and a meal with Sarah Vaughan , and we're heading back to New York.
Commentary PETER CLAYTON
Film cameramen DAVID jacxsoh and BOB SLEIGH . Sound ALAN FOX DENNIS CARTWRIGHT , MALCOLM HILL
Producer JOHN DUNCAN (Manchester)

Contributors

Unknown: Joe Williams
Unknown: Sarah Vaughan
Unknown: Lionel Hampton
Unknown: Valerie Carr
Unknown: Sarah Vaughan
Unknown: Peter Clayton
Unknown: David Jacxsoh
Unknown: Bob Sleigh
Unknown: Alan Fox
Unknown: Dennis Cartwright
Unknown: Malcolm Hill
Producer: John Duncan

: Tuesday Cinema: Raymond Chandler Farewell my Lovely

The first in a season of films featuring the work of ace crime writer Raymond Chandler
Tonight starring Dick Powell Claire Trevor , Anne Shirley
This tough, fast-moving film version of Raymond Chandler 's famous thriller is perhaps the best screen adaptation of his work. Dick Powell makes a perfect Marlowe and Mike Mazurki appears in the role he was born to play as the giant' Moose' Malloy.
Private eye Philip Marlowe is asked by violent, simple-minded ex-con Moose' Malloy to find his former girl friend, Velma. His search involves him - as usual - in a lot of trouble, several murders and plenty of gun-play.
Director EDWARD DMYTRYK

Contributors

Unknown: Raymond Chandler
Unknown: Dick Powell
Unknown: Claire Trevor
Unknown: Anne Shirley
Unknown: Raymond Chandler
Unknown: Dick Powell
Unknown: Mike Mazurki
Unknown: Philip Marlowe
Director: Edward Dmytryk
Philip Marlowe: Dick Powell
Mrs Grayle: Claire Trevor
Ann Grayle: Anne Shirley
Jules Amthor: Otto Kruger
'Moose' Malloy: Mike Mazurki
Marriott: Douglas Walton
Mr Grayle: Miles Mander
Lt Randall: Don Douglas
Dr Fonderborg: Ralf Harolde
Mrs Florian: Esther Howard

: Open Door Forum

Unheard Voices Tonight:
The individual views of women from the Nottingham branch of the National Council of Women
In all Open Door programmes the public decides the content. Technical and creative help is provided by the Community Programme Unit of the BBC.

: News Night

Presented by Angela Rippon Weather

Contributors

Presented By: Angela Rippon

: Closedown

BARRY FOSTER reads
School at Four O'Clock by CHARLES CAUSLEY

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Foster
Unknown: Charles Causley








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