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: Open University

6.40 Inequalities in Medicine

7.5 Public Administration: Oxford

7.30 Partial Differential Equations

: Closedown

: Play School

Story: The Motorway by B. P. LAMMAS Presenters:


Unknown: B. P. Lammas
Unknown: Julie Stevens
Unknown: Fred Harris

: Closedown

: Cricket: Third Test

England v
The West Indies from Old Trafford
The final session of play on this last day
Introduced by PETER WEST Commentators
Television presentation by DAVID KENNING and BILL TAYLOR


Introduced By: Peter West
Unknown: Richie Benaud
Presentation By: David Kenning
Presentation By: Bill Taylor

: Open University

6.15 Stereochemistry of Addition Reactions

6.40 Unity and Diversity

7.5 Everyman

: News on 2


: Rembrandt

A series of five programmes in which Kenneth Clark examines different aspects of the life and work of one of the greatest of all European artists.
3. The Success
This programme is concerned with REMBRANDT'S worldly success as a portrait painter- in Amsterdam, a period of his life that culminated in the commission for the enormous portrait group known as ' The Night Watch.'


Unknown: Kenneth Clark
Producer: Colin Clark

: The Golden Trashery of Ogden Nashery

An affectionatp tribute to the life and work of the American humorist and poet, Ogden Nash.
Performed by Dinsdale Landen Prunella Scales and Clive Swift Introduced and narrated by Robert Robinson
At another year I would not boggle Except that when I jo I joggle.
The problems of growing old was one of OGDEN NASH's favourite subjects, along with courtship, marriage, parents and children, animals and the agonies of modern life.
NASH, 1902-1971, is one of America's most quoted of poets, famous for his wit and tortuous rhymes: I could not love New York so much Loved I not Baltimore.
In this programme, NASH'S poems are read before an invited audience in the studio and there are reminiscences on film, from Nash's wife
: Frances, his daughters Linell and Isabel, and from his friends and colleagues Albert Hackett , Cornwell Jackson and Milton Rosenstock.


Unknown: Ogden Nash.
Unknown: Dinsdale Landen
Unknown: Prunella Scales
Unknown: Robert Robinson
Unknown: Albert Hackett
Unknown: Cornwell Jackson
Unknown: Milton Rosenstock.
Unknown: Martin L. Bell

: Tuesday Cinema: Dodsworth

starring Walter Huston
Ruth Chatterton , Mary Astor Paul Lukas , David Niven
Sam Dodsworth decides to retire early in order to spend more time with his wife Fran. He plans to tour Europe, enjoying a second honeymoon; but for Fran the trip is a last chance to find new thrills.
. Films: page 8


Unknown: Walter Huston
Unknown: Ruth Chatterton
Unknown: Mary Astor
Unknown: Paul Lukas
Unknown: David Niven
Unknown: Sam Dodsworth
Director: William Wyler
Sam Dodsworth: Walter Huston
Fran Dodsworth: Ruth Chatterton
Edith Cortright: Mary Astor
Arnold Iselin: Paul Lukas
Clyde Lockert: David Niven

: Cricket: Third Test

England v
The West Indies
RICHIE BENAUD introduces today's highlights


Unknown: Richie Benaud

: Newsnight

Richard Whitmore ; Weather


Unknown: Richard Whitmore

: Closedown

HUGH BURDEN reads My many-coated man by LAURIE LEE


Unknown: Hugh Burden
Unknown: Laurie Lee

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