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: Open University

7.40 Foundation Maths - Equations

8.5 The Right Instrument?

8.30 Maths - Algebra, Topology

8.55 Sects

9.20 People and Organisation

9.45 Ants and Acacias

10.10 Curriculum Design and Development

10.35 Maths - Musical Instruments

11.0 The Small Household

11.25 Social Consequences of World War

11.50 The Gower Coast

12.15 Politics of Dependence

12.40 Colour Television

1.5 Tolstoy

1.30 Genes and Development

1.55 Mineralisation in Cornwall

: Closedown

: Saturday Cinema: Excuse My Dust

starring Red Skelton
Satty Forrest, Macdonald Carey
In the early days of the horseless carriage a young inventor struggles against a series of hilarious misfortunes to compete in an important motor race.
Director ROY ROWLAND. Fitms. page li

Contributors

Director: Roy Rowland.
Joe BeIden: Red Skelton
Liz Bullitt: Sally Forrest
Cyrus Random Jr: MacDonald Carey
Harvey Bullitt: William Demarest
Daisy Lou Shultzer: Monica Lewis
Mayor Fred Haskell: Raymond Walburn
Mrs Beiden: Jane Darwell

: Closedown

: News and Sport

Weather

: The Girls of Slender Means: Part 3

by Muriel Spark
The BBC2 Serial; dramatised in three parts by Ken Taylor
Jane is too big for the lavatory window, the gateway to romance on the roof. Soon it's to become a way of life or death.
(Repeat)

Contributors

Author: Muriel Spark
Dramatised by: Ken Taylor
Producer: Martin Lisemore
Director: Moira Armstrong
Jane Wright: Miriam Margolyes
Nancy Riddle: Marilyn Finlay
Judy Redwood: Jane Cussons
Nicholas Farringdon: James Laurenson
Jill: Tina Heath
Pippa: Anne Louise Wakefield
Tricia: Kate Atkinson
Dormitory girl: Juliet Mander
Dormitory girl: Marion Bailey
Lady Julia Markham: Iris Russell
Warden: Janet Burnell
Joanna Childe: Rosalind Shanks
Anne Baberton: Patricia Hodge
Dorothy Markham: Sarah Nash
Pauline Fox: Judith Paris
Selina Redwood: Mary Tamm
Greggie: Madeleine Christie
Collie: Rosamund Greenwood
Jarvie: Valerie Lush
Tilly: Anna Sharkey
Mrs Dobell: Donna Todd
Felix Dobell: Ed Bishop
Fireman: James Appleby
Rev ChUde: Edward Burnham
Rudi Bittesch: Jack Shepherd
Narrator: Marjorie Westbury

: Festival 40: The Golden Ring

A series of outstanding and memorable programmes to mark 40 years of BBC TV.
In this special edition of Workshop, film and television cameras went behind the scenes in Vienna during the recording sessions for Wagner's Gotterdammerung, described by Alec Robertson as 'the greatest achievement in the history of the gramophone.'
(first shown in May 1965)

Contributors

Narrator/producer: Humphrey Burton
Film cameraman: Peter Sargent
Brunhilde: Birgit Nilsson
Siegfried: Wolfgang Windgassen
Hagen: Gottleib Frick
Gunther: Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau
Gutrune: Claire Watson
Conductor: Georg Solti
Chorus-master: Wilhelm Pitz
Record producer: John Culshaw
Chorus: The Vienna State Opera Chorus
Orchestra: The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra

: International Golf

The Double Diamond World Golf Classic
from the King's Course of the Gleneagles Hotel
HARRY CARPENTER introduces recorded highlights of the first day's play in this new-style international team championship.
Commentators HENRY LONGHURST and PETER ALLISS
Producers RICHARD TILLING, FRED \tXER Editor A.P.WtnnNSON
The BBC Book of Golf, fl 30. from bookshops

Contributors

Introduces: Harry Carpenter
Commentators: Henry Longhurst
Commentators: Peter Alliss

: Masters of Terror

The second in a season of Midnight Movie Double Bill, featuring some of the great stars of terror and suspense. The Devil Doll starring Lionel Barrymore with Maureen O'SuLlivan, Frank Lawton. Convicted on the false evidence of his business partners, Paul Lavond escapes from Devil's Island spurred by the thought of vengeance. He finds the means in the amazing formula devised by the half-crazed scientist who escapes with him, in this bizarre film by Tod Browning , one of the pioneers of the horror movie.
Director Tod Browning (Black and white) including at 11.15
News on 2, Weather and at 11.20
Frankenstein Created
Woman starring Peter Cushing with Susan Denberg, Thorley Walters,
Robert Morns, Duncan Lamont
Peter Gushing is the screen's most famous evil Baron. In tonight's film, Frankenstein experiments to prove that the soul survives the body after death-and uses his own frozen body to prove his theory.
Director TERENCt: FtSHtK F;()!s; page 11

Contributors

Unknown: Maureen O'Sulivan
Unknown: Frank Lawton
Unknown: Paul Lavond
Unknown: Tod Browning
Unknown: Peter Cushing
Unknown: Susan Denberg
Unknown: Thortey Walters
Unknown: Robert Morris.
Lavond: Lionel Barrymore
Lorraine: Maureex O'Suujvan
Toto: Frank Lawton
Coulvet: Robert Greig
Mme Lavond: Lucy Beaumont
Marcel: Henry B Walthall
Lachna: Grace Ford
Matin: Pedro de Cordoba
Radin: Arthur Hohl
Malita: Rafaela Ottiano
Marguerite: Juanita Quigley
Mme Coulvet: Claire Du Brey
Baron Frankenstein: Peter Cushing
Christina: Susan Denberg
Dr Hertz: Thorley Walters
Hans: Robert Morris
The prisoner: Duncan Lamont
Anton: Peter Blythe
Karl: Barry Warren
Johann: Derek Fowlds
Kleve: Alan MacNaughtan
Chief Of Police: Peter Madden
Mayor: Philip Ray
Landlord: Evan Beavis
Priest: Colin Jeavons
Bystander: Bartlett Mullins
Spokesman: Alec Mango








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