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: Open University

6.40 Analysing Interaction: 2

7.5 How Many Teachers?

7.30 Language and Learning

: Closedown

: Play School

Story: The King who Built a Tower to the Sun

: Closedown

: Industrial Film Successes

A short series of award-winning industrial films on scientific and technological subjects.
Road Transport
Drive Carefully Darling
A film of original ideas warning the experienced driver that he may not be as competent as he thought.
International Prize at - Zagreb (1974)
A COI film
Children and Cars
A cartoon which demonstrates the problems of finding enough space in the world for motor cars-and presents the solutions suggested by children.
International Awards - Antwerp, Zagreb and Venice (1970) A HALAS AND BATCHELOR film

: 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.
4: The Withdrawal
REMBRANDT was a careless and prodigal spender, and by the age of 50 was threatened with bankruptcy. The prosperous years gave way to a time of spiritual withdrawal and this was the period of his greatest work.


Unknown: Kenneth Clark
Producer: Oolin Clark

: Chronicle

Ideals and Realities
The World of Islam Festival 1976
with Paul Keeler, Dr Seyyed Hossein Nasr, Dr Martin Lings, Professor Yusuf Ibish,
Basil Gray, Shelagh Weir
How does a festival begin and why? What are the ideas behind the creation of a whole series of national exhibitions, lectures and concerts? How do these ideals survive when faced with the reality of co-ordinating dozens of institutions and acquiring hundreds of priceless objects from over 250 museums in 30 different countries? Is it possible to convey a new interpretation of a totally different civilisation?
These are the questions posed by the World of Islam Festival, which opened in various centres in this country in April. The answers are given by the Festival Director, Paul Keeler, and the individual creators of the exhibitions.


Unknown: Paul Keeler
Unknown: Dr Seyyed Hossein Nasr
Unknown: Dr Martin Lings
Unknown: Professor Yusuf Ibish
Unknown: Basil Gray
Unknown: Shelagh Weir
Director: Paul Keeler
Editor: Roger Guertin
Producer: Ray Sutcliffe

: Tuesday Cinema: A Separate Peace

Paramount Presents .,. Tonight starring John Heyl
Parker Stevenson
Larry Peerce 's film version of John Knowles 's cult classic novel, set in an exclusive American school during the war and shown tonight for the first time in Britain. Gene, the intellectual, and Finny, the athlete, are inseparable, a mutual admiration society of two. But after a crippling accident to Finny, rumours start in the school-did he fall or was he pushed?
Based on the novel by JOHN KNOWLES Director LARRY PEERCE Films: page 17


Unknown: John Heyl
Unknown: Parker Stevenson
Unknown: Larry Peerce
Unknown: John Knowles
Novel By: John Knowles
Director: Larry Peerce
Finny: John Heyl
Gene: Parker Stevenson
Leper: Peter Brush
Brinker: Victor Bevine
Chet: Scott Bradbury
Bobby: John E A MacKenzie
John: Mark Trefethen
Quackenbush: Frank Wilich Jr
Mr Patchwithers: William Roerick
Mrs Patchwithers: Elizabeth B. Brewster
Mr Ludsbury: Edward Echols

: Johnny Mathis

In Concert
While in England last year, Johnny recorded this show for the In Concert series, singing some of his favourite songs including ' Nice to be around,' ' Feel like makin' love' and 'I'm stone in love with you.'
Musical director DEL NEWMAN Designer NIGEL CURZON


Director: Del Newman
Designer: Nigel Curzon
Producer: Johnnie Stewart

: Newsnight

Presented by Richard Whitmore Weatherman


Presented By: Richard Whitmore

: Music at Night

PETER FRANKL plays Chopin
Nocturne in D flat, Op 27 No 2


Unknown: Peter Frankl

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