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: Open University

7.40 Charles Tomlinson. 8.5 Air Pollution Dispersion. 8.30 The 'Art' of Charlotte Bronte. 8.55 Warsaw: Planning. 9.20 Partial Differential Equations. S.45 Images of the Working Class 10.10 Political Film: The Nightdeaners. 10.35 Design with Plastic. 11.0 Flevoland Polders. 11.25 Homogeneous Catalysis.
11.50 The Mumias Sugar Scheme. 12.15 ' The Exception and the Rule 1.5 The London Underground. 1.30 Surrealism and Film. 1.55 M101/23 Modelling. Surveys 2.20 Rhondda: 3 - A Question of Identity.

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Tomlinson.

: Interval

: Saturday Cinema: Doctor in Clover

starring Leslie Phillips
James Robertson Justice
Shirley Ann Field , John Fraser Joan Sims , Arthur Haynes with Elisabeth Ercy
Never able to resist a little private practice among the nurses, Dr Gaston Grimsdyke 's operations miscarry when he induces Matron to set her cap at the irascible Consultant, Sir Lancelot Spratt.
From the novel bv RICHARD GORDON Directed by RALPH Thomas. Films: p 13

Contributors

Unknown: Leslie Phillips
Unknown: James Robertson Justice
Unknown: Shirley Ann Field
Unknown: John Fraser
Unknown: Joan Sims
Unknown: Arthur Haynes
Unknown: Elisabeth Ercy
Unknown: Dr Gaston Grimsdyke
Unknown: Sir Lancelot Spratt.
Directed By: Ralph Thomas.
Dr Gaston Grimsdyke: Leslie Phillips
Sir Lancelot Spratt: James Robertson Justice
Nurse Bancroft: Shirley Ann Field
Dr Miles Grimsdyke: John Fraser
Matron Sweet: Joan Sims
Tarquin Wendover: Arthur Haynes
Tatiana Rubikov: Feneli,a Fielding
Lambert Symington: Jeremy Lloyd
O'Malley: Noel Purcell
Rock Stewart: Robert Hutton
Professor Halfbeck: Eric Barker
Robert: Terry Scott
TV commentator: Norman Vaughan
Jeannine: Elisabeth Ercy
Fleming: Alfie Bass
Women's ward sister: Anne Cunningham
Nurse: Holiday Suzanfarmer

: Cricket: Third Test

England v New Zealand from Lord's
The final session of play on the third day.
Introduced by PETER WEST

Contributors

Introduced By: Peter West

: Network

A series of programmes made specially for audiences in the BBC regions and now seen for the first time throughout the UK. Tonight from BBC North Jimmy Savile's
Yorkshire Speakeasy
JIMMY SAVILE , OBE, puts his well-known radio show on television in Yorkshire - and hands the microphone to the audience for their opinions on matters human and personal.
Director NICK BARRATT
Producer DOUGLAS B. SMITH
Series co-ordinator FRANK GILLARD
(Jimmy Savile makes more dreams come true in a special edition of Jim'll Fix It, Monday, BBC1, 6.35 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Jimmy Savile
Director: Nick Barratt
Producer: Douglas B. Smith
Unknown: Frank Gillard
Unknown: Jimmy Savile

: News and Sport

Weather

: The German Lesson

A two-part television version of the novel by SIEGFRIED LENZ
2: The German sense of duty is rigorously applied by Jens, the policeman of a village on the North Sea coast. Although Germany is losing the war, Jens plods on regardless, in this case persecuting his old schoolmate, Max Nansen , whom the Nazis have banned from painting, owing to his alleged ' decadence '. Jens has more personal problems as his elder son, Claas. has deserted from the German Army after a self-inflicted wound. He has been sheltered by the painter Max, but when he is wounded by a freak aerial' strafing ' in the peat bogs outside the village. Jens has no recourse but to turn him over to the authorities. The story is seen in flashback through the eyes of the youngest son, Siggi, an inmate of a juvenile detention centre in post-war Germany.
Directed by PETER BEAUVAIS
Dubbing director MICHAEL BAKEWELL

Contributors

Novel By: Siegfried Lenz
Unknown: Max Nansen
Directed By: Peter Beauvais
Director: Michael Bakewell
Max Nansen, painter: Wolfgang Büttner
Ditte Nansen, his wife: Edda Seippel
Dr Theo Busbuk, the painter's friend: Erland Eriandsen
Jutta, house companion: Petra Redinger
Jens Jepsen, police sergeant: Arxo Assmann
Gudrun, his wife: Irmgard Först
Siggi, his son (aged 10): Andreas Poliza
Siggi (aged 19): Jens Weisser
Hilde, his daughter: Joeka Paris
Claas, his elder son: Jörg Marquard

: Magoo on 2

Green Thumb Magoo

: Cricket: Third Test

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

Contributors

Introduces: Richie Benaud

: Monster Double Bill

A season of Midnight Movie double bills with the accent on the bizarre and the supernatural continues with King Kong starring Fay Wray and ' The Eighth Wonder of the World ' - King Kong
The most famous fantasy film of all time, justly acclaimed for its magnificent special effects. King Kong, the massive gorilla, is brought from his jungle home to New York, where he escapes to run wild, destroying much of Manhattan before the climactic battle on top of the Empire State Building.
Based on a story bV EDGAR WALLACE and MERIAN c. cooper. Directed by ERNEST B. SCHOEDSACK and MERIAN C. COOPER . Films: page 13

Contributors

Unknown: Fay Wray
Unknown: Edgar Wallace
Directed By: Ernest B. Schoedsack
Directed By: Merian C. Cooper
Ann Darrow: Fay Wray
Denham: Robert Armstrong
Driscoll: Bruce Cabot
Englehom: Frank Reicher
Weston: Sam Hardy
Chief: Noble Johnson
Second mate: James Flavin

: News on 2

Weather

: Monster Double Bill: Superbeast

Starring Antoinette Bower, Craig Littler.
A famous pathologist is flown to the Philippines to investigate a series of savage murders committed by a beast-like killer. In a remote jungle area she discovers a 'research' centre where a doctor is experimenting on psychopaths with terrifying results.
Films: p13
(First showing on British television)

Contributors

Director: George Schenck
Dr Alix Pardee: Antoinette Bower
Dr Bill Fleming: Craig Littler
Stewart Victor: Harry Lauter
Diaz: Vic Diaz
Vigo: Jose Romulo








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