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: Open University

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: Open University Congregation

at Alexandra Palace
Today Magnus Magnusson will introduce a colourful ceremony in the Great Hall, where over 950 new graduates will be presented to the Vice-Chancellor of the Open University before an audience of 3,000. After the academic procession, the honorary degree of Doctor of the University will be conferred on Sir Charles Curran , former Director-General of the BBC. who will later reply on behalf of the honorary graduates. Music will be performed by Donald Burrows (organ) and the Brass Ensemble of the Birmingham School of Music conducted by Frank Downes
Direct from the Great Hall, Alexandra Palace.
TV presentation by ROGER TUCKER

Contributors

Unknown: Magnus Magnusson
Unknown: Sir Charles Curran
Unknown: Donald Burrows
Conducted By: Frank Downes
Presentation By: Roger Tucker

: The Money Programme

Will Your Fingers Do the Living? Put a telephone and a television set together and you get Viewdata. Moyra Bremner reports on the keyboard revolution and its implications for British business.
Editor PAUL ELLIS

Contributors

Unknown: Moyra Bremner
Editor: Paul Ellis

: Cricket: First Test

England v Pakistan from Edgbaston
The final session of play on the third day.
Introduced by PETER WEST

Contributors

Introduced By: Peter West

: News and Sport

Weather

: Trooping the Colour

Highlights of this morning's military ceremonial of the year, when Her Majesty The Queen took the salute on Horse Guards Parade, London.
Producer PHILIP s. GILBERT

Contributors

Producer: Philip S. Gilbert

: Royal Heritage: 1: The Medieval Kings

The Story of Britain's Royal Builders and Collectors.
Told by Huw Wheldon in a series of nine programmes

In this first programme Sir Huw Wheldon looks at the heritage of the greatest of the medieval Kings. Warriors, lawgivers and defenders of the Church, they left their mark in great castles and splendid abbeys; in glowing manuscripts; in bronze, gold and precious stones.

"It is the most glamorous and engrossing series and I commend it to everybody". (The Guardian)
"Stunning" (Daily Express)
"Incomparably stylish" (Sunday Times)
"Compulsive" (Sunday Mirror)

(First shown on BBC1)
(Book (same title), £10.00 from bookshops)

Contributors

Presenter: Sir Huw Wheldon
Historical Adviser: J.N. Plumb
Executive Producer: Richard Cawston
Producer: Michael Gill

: News on 2

Weather

: The Snows of Kilimanjaro

A Henry King Season
[Starring] Gregory Peck
also starring Susan Hayward, Ava Gardner

Writer Harry Street lies seriously injured in an African hunting camp. During his illness he reviews his life and the search for adventure that has brought him to the plains beneath Kilimanjaro.

Films: page 15

Contributors

Adapted from the story By: Ernest Hemingway
Director: Henry King
Harry: Gregory Peck
Helen: Susan Hayward
Cynthia: Ava Gardner
Countess Liz: Hildegard Neff
Uncle Bill: Leo G Carroll
Johnson: Torin Thatcher
Beatrice: Ava Norring

: Scottish Playbill

7.30 for 8.0 by JOAN LINGARD
A romantic dinner is set and the doorbell rings, but it is not the invited guest at the door.
Designer ARCHIE CLERK Producer BOB MCINTOSH
Director FIONA CUMMING . BBC Scotland

Contributors

Unknown: Joan Lingard
Designer: Archie Clerk
Producer: Bob McIntosh
Director: Fiona Cumming
Stella: Colette O'Neil
Carol: Alison Key

: Cricket: First Test

The Cornhill Insurance Test Series
England v Pakistan from
Edgbaston RICHIE BENAUD introduces highlights of the third day's play.

Contributors

Introduces: Edgbaston Richie Benaud

: M*A*S*H

starring Alan Alda as Hawkeye and Mike Farrell as B.J. Smilin' Jack
For a helicopter pilot, Lt Jack Mitchell is far too handy with a hypodermic, as Hawkeye finds out.

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Alda
Unknown: Mike Farrell
Unknown: Lt Jack Mitchell

: Midnight Movie: Gregory Peck in The Gunfighter

A Henry King Season also starring
Helen Westcott , Millard Mitchell
A notorious gunfighter tries to avoid trouble, but is still the target for every would-be sharpshooter out to make a name for himself as the man who got Jimmie Ringo.
Directed by HENRY KING
. Films: page 15

Contributors

Unknown: Helen Westcott
Unknown: Millard Mitchell
Unknown: Jimmie Ringo.
Directed By: Henry King
Jimmie Ringo: Gregory Peck
Peggy Walsh: Helen Westcott
Sheriff Strett: Millard Mitchell
Molly: Jean Parker
Mac: Karl Malden
Hunt Bromley: Skip Homeier
Charlie: Anthony Ross
Mrs Pennyfeather: Vera Felton








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