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: Open University

7.40 Technology: Control

8.5 Guernsey: Land and Water

8.30 Science Foundation Course

8.55 The Public Library

9.20 Maths Analysis - Functions

9.45 The Interatomic Forces

10.10 Steel

10.35 Educational Research Methods

11.0 Oxfam

11.25 Impact of the Telescope

11.50 Industrial Relations

12.15 Philosophy - Other Minds

12.40 Systems Performance

1.5 Children in Trouble

1.30 Maths: Lebesgue Integration

: 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


Unknown: Kenneth Kendall
Editor: Bill Northwood

: The Light of Experience

Experiences of joy, sorrow, bereavement, doubt - or inner moments of truth that may defy rational explanation.
In these programmes people are invited to give first-hand accounts of something that has real personal significance for them. 4' An Unexpected Guru
Robert van de Weyer went through the ' youth scenes ' of the 60s - the psychedelia and demos. He twice travelled to India in search of a guru - with unexpected results.
Series producer SHIRLEY DU BOULAY


Unknown: Robert van De Weyer
Producer: Malcolm Stewart
Producer: Shirley du Boulay

: The World About Us

The Cree Way
' There have always been things which would destroy the Indian, as they are trying to destroy him now. But the Indian fights back for everything ... and he is yet to be destroyed.'
To most Canadians the James Bay Territory is a wilderness. But to Geordie Georgekish and the other Cree Indians who live there it is a garden - a garden the size of Britain. Since long before the white man came they have harvested this land. In the sub-Arctic winters they live in teepees of wood and moss and set traps for beaver. In the summer they use their canvas teepees as bases for hunting and fishing trips. Despite the enormous pressures on them to change their way of life they are struggling to maintain this heritage they can pass on to their children.


Unknown: James Bay
Unknown: Cree Indians
Narrator: Colin Blakely
Producer: Geoff Dunlop
Editors: Anthony Isaacs
Editors: Christopher Parsons

: M*A*S*H

A film series
To Market, To Market


Hawkeye: Alan Alda
Trapper John: Wayne Rogers
Colonel Blake: McLean Stevenson
Radar: Gary Burghoff

: Flying's a Wonderful Thing

Birds - even the most ungainly on land -join sleek, carrier jets to show flying is a wonderful thing.


Director: Harry Hastings

: News on 2


: Terra Firma

A magazine for television
...observations, exploration and sometimes illumination of what's going on, what's being said and what might be happening. With Alasdair Clayre, Nemone Lethbridge, Ned Sherrin
BBC Manchester


Presenter: Alasdair Clayre
Presenter: Nemone Lethbridge
Presenter: Ned Sherrin
Editor: Donald Baverstock

: Sunday Cinema: Andrei Rublev

The second of four feature film portraits of European artists, starring Anatoly Solonitsin , Nikolai Sergeyev
Fifteenth-century icon painter Andrei Rublev , one of the world's great artists, lived through the most turbulent period of Russia's chaotic history. TARKOVSKY'S epic film shown tonight for the first time in Britain in its full-length, original version, traces his artistic development through his relationship with another great painter, Theophanes the Greek, in the context of feudal violence surrounding them. Unlike Theophanes, Rublev painted man as essentially good, with a tenderness untainted by sentimentality.


Unknown: Anatoly Solonitsin
Unknown: Nikolai Sergeyev
Unknown: Andrei Rublev
Director: Andrei Tarkovsky
Andrei Rublev: Anatoly Solonitsin
Kirill: Ivan Lapikov
Daniel Chorny: Nikolai Grinko
Theophanes the Greek: Nikolai Sergeyev
Idiot Girl: Irma Rausch

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