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: Open University

9.20 Open Forum

9.45 Foundation Maths -Numbers

10.10 Humanities: Retrospect

10.35 Mechanics - Examination

11.0 Foundation Maths - Topology

11.25 Genes and Development

11.50 The Man-Made World

12.15 Foundation Maths - Review

12.40 Science and Society

: Closedown

: News Review

A digest of the news of the week and other world matters of interest seen by news cameras around the world. The interesting, the picturesque, the important and the dramatic, plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear. with Kenneth Kendall
Editor BILL NORTHWOOD

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Kendall
Editor: Bill Northwood

: Explorers

Driven by ambition and greed; or in quest of prestige and glory; or searching for a unique brand of personal fulfilment; they made journeys never achieved before. Episode 7 The Story of Alexander von Humboldt and his amazing exploration of the Orinoco River in 1799 Written by ROBERT MULLER
Introduced and narrated by David Attenborough from the Royal Geographical Society, London
Humboldt was a genius. He was the first truly scientific explorer. He was the father of modern geography. He was an aristocrat with money. But by the time he had completed his researches and travels he was broke. Perhaps rarely has a private fortune been so well spent.
DirectorFRED BURNLEY
Producer MICHAEL LATHAM
(Repeated. Thursday, 8.10 pm)
Book (same title), £6.00 from booksellers

Contributors

Unknown: Alexander von Humboldt
Written By: Robert Muller
Unknown: David Attenborough
Director: Fred Burnley
Producer: Michael Latham

: Giulini Conducts Beethoven

Symphony No 7 in A, with tha Vienna Symphony Orchestra conducted by Carlo Maria Giulini recorded last Friday, UN Day, at the General Assembly Hall of the United Nations, New York.
Director JOHN CULSHAW

Contributors

Conducted By: Carlo Maria Giulini
Director: John Culshaw

: News on 2

Weather

: We British

In New Broadcasting House, Manchester, David Frost , his guests and audience discuss our objectives, means and chances in 1975. Director BRIAN ROBINS Producer c MILLER Editor.
DONALD BAVERSTOCK (Manchester)

Contributors

Unknown: David Frost
Director: Brian Robins
Producer: C Miller
Unknown: Donald Baverstock

: Albert Hammond

In Concert singing some of his many hit songs including ' It never rains in Southern California,' ' Free electric band,' ' Little arrows,' ' Gimme dat ding ' and ' The air that I breathe.'
Musical director JOHN CAMERON Lighting BILL MILLAR Sound LARRY GOODSON
Designer STEPHAN PACZAI
Producer JOHNNIE STEWART

Contributors

Designer: Stephan Paczai
Producer: Johnnie Stewart

: Sunday Cinema: The Ox-Bow Incident

William Wellman Season starring Henry Fonda with Dana Andrews , Mary Beth Hughes Anthony Quinn , William Eythe Henry Morgan , Jane Darwell
Caught in the swirl of murderous mob fury that has shaken the cattletown of Bridger's Wells, Gil Carter and his partner unwillingly join a manhunt for the killer of a rancher - mainly because suspicion has been directed at themselves.
'It's amazing what you can say when you reduce a speech to just a sentence. Movies should be visual. People care too much for words.' WILLIAM WELLMAN
Director WILLIAM WELLMAN
. Films: page Vt

Contributors

Unknown: William Wellman
Unknown: Henry Fonda
Unknown: Dana Andrews
Unknown: Mary Beth Hughes
Unknown: Anthony Quinn
Unknown: William Eythe
Unknown: Henry Morgan
Unknown: Jane Darwell
Unknown: Gil Carter
Unknown: William Wellman
Director: William Wellman
Gil Carter: Henry Fonda
Martin: Dana Andrews
Rose Mapen: Mary Beth Hughes
Mexican: Anthony Quinn
Gerald: Williameythe
Art Croft: Henry Morgan
Ma Grier: Jane Darwell
Judge Daniel Tyler: Matt Briggs
Arthur Davies: Harry Davenport
Major Tetley: Frank Conroy
Farnley: Marc Lawrence

: Closedown

Renee Asherson reads Snakecharmer by SYLVIA PLATH

Contributors

Unknown: Renee Asherson
Unknown: Sylvia Plath








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