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: Open University

7.40 Designing in Plastics

8.5 Shop Supervisor

8.30 Growth and Replication

8.55 Vibrations

9.20 Maths Analysis: Integration

9.45 Diffusion

10.10 Crime

10.35 Two Ways to Work

11.0 Role Playing

11.25 The Argument from Design

11.50 Industrial Relations

12.15 Perception

12.40 Systems Performance

1.5 Mental Hospital: Work and Ideologies

1.30 Maths: Lebesgue Convergence

: Cricket

The John Player League
Worcestershire v Middlesex
The track record of these two counties speaks for itself. Worcestershire were champions in 1971 and runners-up last season. Middlesex were beaten finalists in two one-day competitions last year. As one-day specialists there cannot be two better to meet.
Introduced by PETER WALKER , with news of today's other fixtures. Commentators at Worcester JOHN ARLOTT and JIM LAKER
TV presentation BOB DUNCAN , DENIS KELLY

Contributors

Introduced By: Peter Walker
Unknown: Bob Duncan
Unknown: Denis Kelly

: News Review

A digest of the week's news plus. a visual commentary for those who cannot hear, with Kenneth Kendall
Editor BILL NORTHWOOD

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Kendall
Editor: Bill Northwood

: The World About Us

The Great Turtle Mystery Narrator Hugh Falkus
Suddenly and silently, from out of the boiling surf come thousands upon thousands of turtles. Soon a normally deserted beach in Costa Rica disappears under the weight of an Arribada - the Spanish word for this frenzy of mass nesting which is one of the great mysteries of the sea.
This rarely seen spectacle has been filmed by David Hughes , who spent many months investigating the turtles' strange behaviour and the even more dramatic events that follow the laying of ten million eggs on one tiny beach. For, as the eggs hatch, the predators move in - sharks, vultures, iguanas and even crabs lie in wait for the start of one of the most remarkable struggles for survival in the animal world.
Producer NED KELLY
Editors ANTHONY ISAACS CHRISTOPHER PARSONS BBC Bristol

Contributors

Narrator: Hugh Falkus
Unknown: David Hughes
Producer: Ned Kelly
Editors: Anthony Isaacs
Editors: Christopher Parsons

: Stop to Think

' Thinking said Henry Ford. ' is the hardest work there is -which is the probable reason why so few engage in it '.
Undeterred Malcolm Muggeridge puts some of the baffling questions submitted by the viewers to this week's guests Gareth Evans
Professor H. L. A. Hart Margaret Maden
Professor Aubrey Manning
Producer Oliver HUNKIN Editor PETER CHAFER

Contributors

Unknown: Henry Ford.
Unknown: Malcolm Muggeridge
Unknown: Gareth Evans
Unknown: Professor H. L. A. Hart
Unknown: Margaret Maden
Unknown: Professor Aubrey Manning
Producer: Oliver Hunkin
Editor: Peter Chafer

: News on 2

Weather

: Death of a Virtuoso: Weber

(1786-1826)
One hundred and fifty years ago yesterday, Carl Maria von Weber died in London after a long, agonising illness.
To mark the anniversary, John Warrack celebrates the achievements of the most famous German opera composer of his time... Weber was also a virtuoso performer, who wrote music of originality and brilliance for the orchestra, for solo instrumentalists, and for singers, with Josephine Barstow (soprano) Gervase de Peyer (clarinet) Craig Sheppard (piano) and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Sir Charles Groves
Executive producer JOHN DRUMMOND Producer ROY TIPPING

Contributors

Unknown: Carl Maria von Weber
Unknown: John Warrack
Clarinet: Gervase de Peyer
Piano: Craig Sheppard
Conducted By: Sir Charles Groves
Producer: John Drummond

: M*A*S*H

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Two young surgeons who work in a Mobile Army Surgical Hospital and are intensely dedicated - to off-duty relaxation
Sometimes You Hear the Bullet
War is no laughing matter. Frank is injured in combat-sort of. A gi back from the front line is found to be only 15 years old. Hawkeye is happy though. One of his best friends makes a surprise visit to the camp and they have a great reunion. It seems a pity to break up the party ...

Contributors

Hawkeye: Alan Aida
Trapper John: Wayne Rogers
Colonel Blake: McLean Stevenson
Radar: Gary Burghoff
Hotlips: Loretta Swit
Major Frank Burns: Larry Linville

: Sunday Cinema: High Sierra

Raoul Walsh Season starring
Ida Lupino , Humphrey Bogart with Alan Curtis , Arthur Kennedy Joan Leslie , Henry Hull
Released from prison, gangster Roy Earle sets off for the High Sierra mountains where the gang have set up headquarters to plan a new job. He is angered to find they have brought a woman -and her dog - with them.
Director RAOUL WALSH
. Films: page 8

Contributors

Unknown: Raoul Walsh
Unknown: Ida Lupino
Unknown: Humphrey Bogart
Unknown: Alan Curtis
Unknown: Arthur Kennedy
Unknown: Joan Leslie
Unknown: Roy Earle
Director: Raoul Walsh
Roy Earle: Humphrey Bogart
Marie: Ida Lupino
Babe: Alan Curtis
Red: Arthur Kennedy
Velma: Joan Leslie
'Doc' Banton: Henry Hull
Pa: Henry Travers
Healy: Jerome Cowan
Mrs Baughman: Minna Gombell
Jake Kranmer: Barton MacLane
Ma: Elizabeth Risdon
Louis Mendoza: Cornel Wilde








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