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: Open University

7.40 The Clouds

8.5 Cell Dynamics (1)

8.30 Foundation Maths - Taylor's Theorem

8.55 Semi-Conductor Devices

9.20 Emotion

9.45 Computers - How they Work

10.10 William Wordsworth

10.35 Cognitive Styles

11.0 Television and Politics - Britain (2)

11.25 From School to Industry

11.50 The Case of William Tyndale

12.15 Analysing Hyde Park

12.40 Myers Grove

1.5 Shopping Models

1.30 Construction of the Heavens

: Cricket

The John Player League Glamorgan v Yorkshire
Glamorgan ended Somerset's hopes of the John Player League title last season to prove their capability in the one-day game. In Yorkshire they meet opponents who have a reputation for contesting every ball and a captain who is capable of a century on any day.
PETER WALKER introduces the programme which includes news of today's other fixtures.
Commentators at Cardiff
JOHN ARLOTT and JIM LAKER
Television presentation
BOB DUNCAN and ONLLWYN BRACE

Contributors

Introduces: Peter Walker
Unknown: Bob Duncan

: News Review

News of the week plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear with Peter Woods
Editor BILL NORTHWOOD

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Woods
Editor: Bill Northwood

: The World About Us

Chinese Expedition Again
Ascends World's Highest Peak
Introduced by Chris Bonnington
'Our feet weigh tons. Lack of oxygen suffocates us. But Mao Tse-Tung Thought gives us strength. The theory of the proletarian dictatorship guides our course.'
For the Chinese, climbing a mountain is not just a sport; it is a political statement. They made this sensational film themselves to celebrate their triumph in scaling Mt Everest-or Jolmo Lungma as they call it-from Tibet. This is their film and their story, in which they tell of their magnificent adventure, their great courage and their total political dedication.
Produced by the Central Newsreel and Documentary Film Studio, The People's Republic of China
Presented by DAMARIS FLETCHER Series editors
MICHAEL ANDREWS and ANTHONY ISAACS

Contributors

Introduced By: Chris Bonnington
Unknown: Mao Tse-Tung
Unknown: Jolmo Lungma
Presented By: Damaris Fletcher
Unknown: Michael Andrews
Unknown: Anthony Isaacs

: The Lively Arts

A Different Beauty: the music of Anton Webern (1883-1945)
' Sensibility changes; we need a different sensibility, just as beauty today is a different beauty'
(PIET MONDRIAN)
BBC Symphony Orchestra leader BELA DEKANY conducted by Pierre Boulez with Jill Gomez (soprano)
The music is illustrated by the paintings Of PIET MONDRIAN, PAUL KLEE and WASSILY KANDINSKY.
Webern the man is remembered by Peter Stadlen ; and his words are spoken by BERNARD HEPTON Narrator LYNDON BROOK
Film editor PETER WEST
Executive producer JOHN DRUMMOND Director BARRIE GAVIN

Contributors

Unknown: Anton Webern
Leader: Bela Dekany
Conducted By: Pierre Boulez
Soprano: Jill Gomez
Unknown: Paul Klee
Unknown: Peter Stadlen
Spoken By: Bernard Hepton
Producer: John Drummond
Director: Barrie Gavin

: Murder Most English

A Flaxborough Chronicle by COLIN WATSON
The BBC2 Serial in seven parts: 4 Dramatised by RICHARDHARRIS starring
Anton Rodgers Brenda Bruce
The Flaxborough Crab
The curious antics of the Flaxborough Crab are about to present Inspector Purbright with one of the most bizarre cases of his career.
Cast in order of appearance
Script editor BETTY WILLINGALE Designer STANLEY MORRIS
Producer MARTIN LISEMORE Director RONALD WILSON

Contributors

Unknown: Colin Watson
Unknown: Anton Rodgers
Unknown: Brenda Bruce
Unknown: Inspector Purbright
Editor: Betty Willingale
Designer: Stanley Morris
Producer: Martin Lisemore
Director: Ronald Wilson
Mrs Pasquith: Sheila Fay
Det-Insp Purbright: Anton Rodgers
Det-Sgt Love: Christopher Timothy
Brenda Sweeting: Shirley Cheriton
Dr Meadow: Derek Waring
Mrs Meadow: Ruth Trouncer
Bertha Pollock: Barbara Hicks
Sgt Malley: John Comer
Alderman Stephen Winge: Tenniel Evans
Mrs Crunkinghorn: Daphne Heard
First old man: Ronald Mayer
Second old man: Jimmy Mac
Dr Thompson: Ivor Roberts
Dr Heinemann: Stanley Lebor
Lawyer Scorpe: Bastl Dignam
Chief Con Chubb: Moray Watson
Mrs Grope: Betty Hardy
Miss Teatime: Brenda Bruce

: Screen 2: The Goalkeeper's Fear of the Penalty

starring Arthur Brauss
At 36, Josef Bloch is past his prime as goalkeeper with a German football team. During a match in Vienna, he storms off the pitch after a row with the referee. The combination of his rage, frustration and anxiety leads him into a senseless murder; he becomes a fugitive, like a goalkeeper running to and fro without a ball but tensed and waiting for the game to involve him.
Based on the novel by PETER HANDKE Director wim WENDERS Films: page 9
(First showing on British television)

Contributors

Unknown: Arthur Brauss
Unknown: Josef Bloch
Novel By: Peter Handke
Director: Wim Wenders
Josef Bloch: Arthur Brauss
Hertha Gabler: Kai Fischer
Gloria T: Erika Pluhar
Anna: Libgart Schwarz
Maria: Marie Bardischewski








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