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: Open University

7.40 Maths: Complex Functions

8.5 Guernsey: Outside Influences

8.30 Steelmaking

8.55 Crystals

9.20 Pure Maths - Groups

9.45 Mechanics - Newton's Laws

10.10 Oxfam

10.35 Roots of Equations

11.0 Carbohydrates

11.25 Probability Models

11.50 Metals and Electrochemical Series

12.15 Handicapped in the Community

12 40 Industrial Archaeology

1.5 Maths - Vector Spaces

1.30 Public Administration

: Closedown

: Saturday Cinema: Western Union

Fritz Lang Season starring
Robert Young , Randolph Scott
This Zane Grey story about the construction of the first US transcontinental telegraph system is a traditional, spectacular Western, made only a few years after his arrival in Hollywood by the Austrian-born director Fritz Lang.
Indian leader. CHIEF THUNDERCLOUD
Director fritz LANG. Films: page 15

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Young
Unknown: Randolph Scott
Unknown: This Zane Grey
Director: Fritz Lang.
Director: Fritz Lang.
Richard Blake: Robert Young
Vance Shaw: Randolph Scott
Edward Creighton: Dean Jagger
Sue Creighton: Virginia Gilmore
Doc Murdoch: John Carradine
Herman: Slim Summerville
Homer: Chill Wills
Jack Slade: Barton MacLane
Governor: Russell Hicks
Charlie: Victor Kilian
Pat Grogan: Minor Watson
Herb: George- Chandler
Chief Spotted Horse: Chief Big Tree

: Hit the Note!

with Jonathan Cohen
Can you sing? JONATHAN COHEN , the Play Away pianist and musical director, firmly believes that everyone can. He sets out to prove this with the help of a group of people in the studio, three guest singers - Kim Goody , Maggie Henderson and Ian Caddy and the Co-operation Choir
Designer KEN ledsham
Executive producer CYNTHIA felgat* Producer ANN REAY
Director avril PRICE

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Cohen
Unknown: Jonathan Cohen
Singers: Kim Goody
Singers: Maggie Henderson
Singers: Ian Caddy

: Look Stranger

Sporting
Gunsmith Lindsay Tilney , 68, works in Beccles in a shop started by his grandfather in 1860; now his 18-year-old son Robert has left school and joined the business.
They spend 80 per cent of their spare time together because their interests are almost identical. In the evening, at an age when most men are happily settling down in front of the television with their slippers on, Lindsay is out shooting, walking, fishing or sailing. His energy is unflagging and even young Robert has a hard time keeping up with him.
Producer JENNIFER JEREMY

Contributors

Unknown: Gunsmith Lindsay Tilney
Producer: Jennifer Jeremy

: Horizon

Dawn of the Solar Age
Suddenly there is an explosion in solar research. Huge mirrors are collecting the sun in Tokyo and Denver. Giant windmills are beginning to turn in Ohio. Engineers are already testing the tools astronauts will use in space when they build a 50-square-mile satellite to radiate solar power down to Earth.

: Open Door

Dr Neil Stevenson , pharmacist presents The Medicine Makers

Contributors

Unknown: Dr Neil Stevenson

: Sight and Sound In Concert

BBC2 joins the Radio 1 In Concert programme in a Simultaneous Broadcast for an hour's rock music
This week, Paice, Ashton, Lord Introduced by ALAN BLACK
Director TOM CORCORAN
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON

Contributors

Introduced By: Alan Black
Director: Tom Corcoran
Producer: Michael Appleton

: News and Sport

Weather

: No Comment

A Film with No Words
Last autumn there was a day by The Bridge when very little happened. People come and go - and then the sun goes down on a scene that means something different to each of us. It could be anywhere. It depends how you look at it.
Film cameraman MAURICE FISHER Film editor TOM POORE
Producer PETER CRAWFORD. BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Maurice Fisher
Producer: Peter Crawford.

: Network

Tonight from BBC West The Factory
The last workers and machines from a Victorian factory. in the heart of Bristol have just been transferred to the most modern tobacco processing plant in Europe on the outskirts of the city. The move raised questions central to Britain's industrial future. Consultation or confrontation? Automation or job preservation? Diversification or specialisation? This film shows how the management and workers of one factory found answers that changed their lives. Narrated by JEREMY JAMES
Director MARGARET BENTON Producer james dewar
Series coordinator FRANK GILLARD

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy James
Director: Margaret Benton
Unknown: Frank Gillard

: Fritz Lang

' Whenever I had to choose between my private life and film, I always chose the film.'
Fritz Lang , the Austrian-born film director, died last year at the age of 85. This profile includes interviews with fritz LANG filmed in the early 60s and looks at his work, with extracts from the films to be shown in the forthcoming Fritz Lang Season on BBC2, films which starred:
Henry Fonda in You Only Live Once Joan Bennett in Secret Beyond the Door Marlene Dietrich in Rancho Notorious
Barbara Stanwyck in Clash by Night Glenn Ford in The Big Heat
Dana Andrews in While the City Sleeps and Metropolis filmed in 1926 Producer PHILIP chilvers

Contributors

Unknown: Fritz Lang
Unknown: Fritz Lang
Unknown: Fritz Lang
Unknown: Henry Fonda
Unknown: Joan Bennett
Unknown: Marlene Dietrich
Unknown: Barbara Stanwyck
Unknown: Glenn Ford
Unknown: Dana Andrews

: Capriccio

from Glyndebourne Music by RICHARD STRAUSS
Libretto by CLEMENS KRAUSS
Elisabeth Sbderstrom in Strauss's ' conversation piece for music' recorded at last summer's Glyndebourne Festival and ROBIN LEGGATE
RICHARD ROBSON
NEIL MCKINNON
PAUL NEMEER
ANTHONY SMITH
BONAVENTURA BOTTONE
PHILIP GRIFFITHS
JOHN MICHAEL FLANAGAN
Dancers
CAROL GRANT
ALEXANDER MILAW
Harpsichord played by JONATHAN HINDEN
LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA leader DENNIS SIMONS conducted by Andrew Davis
Producer JOHN cox
Scenery dennis lennon
Costumes and furniture martin BATTERSBY Choreographer pauline GRANT Sung in German_n_--_-
English subtitles giluan widdicombe Executive producer HUMPHREY BURTON
Television presentation JOHN VERNON
(A simultaneous broadcast with Radio 3)

Contributors

Music By: Richard Strauss
Unknown: Clemens Krauss
Unknown: Elisabeth Sbderstrom
Unknown: Robin Leggate
Unknown: Richard Robson
Unknown: Neil McKinnon
Unknown: Paul Nemeer
Unknown: Anthony Smith
Unknown: Bonaventura Bottone
Unknown: Philip Griffiths
Dancers: John Michael Flanagan
Dancers: Carol Grant
Played By: Jonathan Hinden
Leader: Dennis Simons
Conducted By: Andrew Davis
Producer: John Cox
Unknown: John Vernon
Flamand, a composer: Ryland Davies
Olivier, a poet: Dale Duesing
La Roche: Marius Rintzler
The Countess: Elisabeth Soderstrom
The Count, her brother: Hakan Hagegard
Clairon, an actress: Kerstin Meyer
An Italian tenor: Ricardo Cassinelli
An Italian soprano: Eugenia Ratti
Major-Domo: Thomas Lawlor
Monsieur Taupe, a prompter: Hughes Cuenod

: News on 2

Weather

: Midnight Movie: While the City Sleeps

Fritz Lang Season, starring
A newspaper tycoon promises a directorship to the first of his assistants to solve a murder case.
Director fritz LANG
. Films: page 15

Contributors

Director: Fritz Lang
Edward Mobley: Dana Andrews
Dorothy Kyne: Rhonda Fleming
Mark Loving: George Sanders
Lt Burt Kaufman: Howard Duff
Jon Griffith: Thomas Mitchell
Walter Kyne: Vincent Price
Nancy Liggett: Sally Forrest
Manners: John Barrymore Jr
Harry Kritzer: James Craig
Mildred Donner: Ida Lupino








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