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: Open University

7.40 At the Hawk's Well

8.5 Polluted Water

8.30 Jumpers

8.55 Chicago

9.20 Images of the City

9.45 Housing 1840-1895

10.10 Art and Environment

10.35 Materials Under Stress

11.0 Red Grouse

11.25 ESR Spectroscopy

11.50 Novel Proteins

12.15 Woyzeck

1.5 Hans Scharoun

1.30 How to Build a Phage

1.55 M101/14 Taylor Polynomials

2.20 Currents

: Saturday Cinema: Maryland

A Henry King Season starring
Walter Brennan , Fay Bainter Brenda Joyce , John Payne
To open a season of films directed by Henry King , a family saga set in the beautiful countryside of Baltimore, showing King's nostalgic view of an earlier America.
Following the death of her husband in a riding accident, strongwilled Charlotte Danfield orders the horse shot and her famous stables closed. She becomes a near recluse at the vast estate in Maryland. But she reckons without her young son's instinct for horses and the tenacity of her former trainer, William.
Directed by HENRY KING

Contributors

Unknown: Walter Brennan
Unknown: Fay Bainter
Unknown: Brenda Joyce
Unknown: John Payne
Directed By: Henry King
Directed By: Henry King
William Stewart: Walter Brennan
Charlotte Danfield: Fay Bainter
Linda: Brenda Joyce
Lee Danfield: John Payne
Dick Piper: Charlie Ruggles
Hattie: Hattie McDaniel
George Tomlin: Marjorie Weaver
Spencer Danfield: Sidneyblackmf R
Shadrach: Ben Carter
Dogface: Ernest Whitman
Buckman: Paul Harvey

: Open Door

This afternoon Shac presents Closed Door?
Made by the London Housing Aid Centre with the help of the Community Programme Unit.

: Golf and Cricket

International Golf
The Colgate PGA Championship from Royal Birkdale Golf Club, Southport.
The second day of this exciting tournament with £10,000 to the winner.
Cricket
The Roses Match
Yorkshire v Lancashire at Headingley
The closing stages of the Brst day's play.

: The Money Programme

Are Diamonds Forever?

: News and Sport

Weather

: Don't Quote Me

Brian Redhead introduces the last of six programmes in which issues covered by the Press are discussed by the people they concern and those who report them.
Director MIKE ROLES
Executive producer JANET HOENIG Producer TONY LARYEA

Contributors

Introduces: Brian Redhead
Producer: Janet Hoenig
Producer: Tony Laryea

: Borderlines

It is booby-trapped with bullets and bombs.
It is patrolled by ravenous alsatians on running leashes.
It stretches from Stettin in the Baltic to Trieste in the Adriatic. It is the Iron Curtain -this is its ' in memoriam' in words and music.
Director RICHARD DENTON

Contributors

Director: Richard Denton

: Dance Month

The Bolshoi Ballet in The Nutcracker Music by TCHAIKOVSKY
Choreography by YURI GRIGOROVICH based on Petipa's version of the story by E. T. A. HOFFMANN
Recorded from the stage of the Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow Introduced by Humphrey Burton Act 1
A Christmas party at Masha's house Act 2
In the Kingdom of Sweets
Orchestra and Children's Choir of the Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow
Conducted by ALEXANDER KAPYLOV
Designed by SIMON VIRSALADZE Produced by YURI GRIGOROVICH
Directed for Soviet Television by YELYENA MACHEREI

Contributors

Choreography By: Yuri Grigorovich
Story By: E. T. A. Hoffmann
Introduced By: Humphrey Burton
Conducted By: Alexander Kapylov
Designed By: Simon Virsaladze
Produced By: Yuri Grigorovich
Television By: Yelyena MacHerei
Masha: Yekaterina Maximova
Nutcracker Prince: Vladimir Vasilyev
Drosselmeyer: Vladimir Levashev
Nutcracker Doll: Yelyena Vatulya
Mouse King: Sergey Radchenko

: To Dinner with the President

Sir Hugh Casson
The President of the Royal Academy invites you to join his guests at the annual dinner which marks the beginning of the Summer Exhibition.
Lord Mountbatten will be replying to the Loyal Toast. Before dinner those able to attend this famous occasion have a chance to view the exhibition which opened to the public on Saturday, 20 May.
Produced by KEN GRIFFIN

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Hugh Casson
Produced By: Ken Griffin

: Scottish Playbill

Rise and Shine by SEAN MCCARTHY
'A day's work, that's what it is, believe me; a day's work before I even get out of bed.'
Script editor MAGGIE ALLEN Designer CAMPBELL GORDON Producer BOB MCINTOSH
Director RODERICK GRAHAM BBC Scotland

Contributors

Unknown: Sean McCarthy
Editor: Maggie Allen
Designer: Campbell Gordon
Producer: Bob McIntosh
Director: Roderick Graham
Judy: Angie Rew
Tim: Dermot Crowley

: M*A*S*H

A film series re-creating the successful feature film starring
Alan Alda as Hawkeye and Mike Farrell as B.J.
Two young surgeons who work in a Mobile Army Surgical Hospital and are intensely dedicated - to off-duty relaxation. Hawkeye
Captain Pierce talks himself out of trouble in a way that speaks volumes for his verbal dexterity.

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Alda
Unknown: Mike Farrell

: News on 2

Weather

: Midnight Movie: Little Old New York

A Henry King Season starring Alice Faye
Fred MacMurray , Richard Greene 1807: Robert Fulton arrives in New York from England determined to realise a burning ambition, to build the first steam-powered boat to sail out of New York harbour-with more than a little help from his friends, Miss Patricia O'Day , a beautiful but high-spirited tavern-keeper, and Charles Browne , a talented young boat-builder and one of the few New Yorkers with faith in Fulton's dream.
Directed by HENRY KING

Contributors

Unknown: Alice Faye
Unknown: Fred MacMurray
Unknown: Richard Greene
Unknown: Robert Fulton
Unknown: Miss Patricia O'Day
Unknown: Charles Browne
Directed By: Henry King
Pat O'Day: Alice Faye
Charles Browne: Fred MacMurray
Robert Fulton: Richard Greene
Harriet Livingston: Brenda Joyce
Commodore: Andy Devine
Robert R Livingston: Henry Stephenson
Tavern-keeper: Fritz Feld
Regan: Ward Bond
Willie Stout: Clarence Hummel Wilson
Nicholas Roosevelt: Robert Middlemass
John Jacob Astor: Roger Imhof
Washington Irving: Theodore von Eltz
Sea captain: Arthur Aylesworth








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