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: Open University

6.40 Output, Income and Demand

7.05 Maths: Matrix Transformations

7.30 The Nervous System

: Closedown

: Play School

: Closedown

: Open University

5.00 Systems Performance

5.25 Personality and Learning

5.50 A Woman's Work

6.40 Being Black

: Avventura

A 25-part Italian course: 19

: Weather

: Newsday

with Robin Day , Ludovic Kennedy Richard Kershaw , Richard Baker
The News and a longer look at the important questions of our time.

Contributors

Unknown: Robin Day
Unknown: Ludovic Kennedy
Unknown: Richard Kershaw
Unknown: Richard Baker

: Cardus ... ... on Cardus

Sir Neville Cardus , the distinguished writer on music and cricket, died in February 1975.
John Arlott introduces extracts from six conversations with SIR NEVILLE, recorded during the last two years of his life. The subjects include not only cricket and music, but also the struggles of his early life, his remarkable marriage, and his meetings with the literary giants of his day.
Designer PAUL MONTAGUE Director DAVID BROWN
Producer HAZEL LEWTHWAITE BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Neville Cardus
Introduces: John Arlott
Designer: Paul Montague
Director: David Brown

: Midweek Cinema: Vice Versa

starring Roger Livesey with Kay Walsh
David Hutcheson Anthony Newley
As a tribute to Roger Livesey , who died earlier this month, Midweek Cinema presents this celebrated film version of F. Anstey 's famous fantasy.
Roger Livesey plays stuffy, middle-aged stockbroker Paul Bultitude , who, attempting to persuade his young son Dick to return to the school he hates, says he only wishes he were in Dick's place. To his horror - and to Dick's great glee - the wish is granted.
Director PFTER USTINOV
. Films: page 11

Contributors

Unknown: Roger Livesey
Unknown: Kay Walsh
Unknown: David Hutcheson
Unknown: Anthony Newley
Unknown: Roger Livesey
Unknown: F. Anstey
Unknown: Roger Livesey
Unknown: Paul Bultitude
Director: Pfter Ustinov
Paul Bultitude: Roger Livesey
Mrs Verlayne: Kay Walsh
Paradine: David Hutcheson
Dick Bultitude: Anthony Newley
Dr Grimstone: James Robertson Justice
Dulcie Grimstone: Petula Clark
Alice (maid): Patricia Raine
Mrs Grimstone: Joan Young
First nanny: Vida Hope
Boaler (butler): Ernest Jay
Dr Chawner: Kynaston Reeves
Judge: Harcourt Williams

: Film Night

A review of new films by David Castell , Jane Mercer and Chris Petit , including
Paul Bartel 's Death Race 2000; Milos Forman 's One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest with Jack Nichol son; and Brian de Palma 's Phantom of the Paradise.
Director PHILIP CHILVERS Producer BARRY BROWN

Contributors

Unknown: David Castell
Unknown: Jane Mercer
Unknown: Chris Petit
Unknown: Paul Bartel
Unknown: Milos Forman
Unknown: Jack Nichol
Unknown: Brian de Palma
Director: Philip Chilvers
Producer: Barry Brown

: Newsnight

with Richard Baker ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Baker

: Closedown

JULIAN GLOVER reads
Thrush by PETER DALE

Contributors

Unknown: Julian Glover
Unknown: Peter Dale








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