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: Open University

7.40 Unemployment. 8.5 Science -What's it All About? 8.30 M101/1 Symbols, Equations and the Computer. 8.55 Technology for Teachers. 9.20 Electrons in Motion.
9.45 Introduction to Education. 10.10 Computers - Case Studies. 10.35 The Prime Minister Meets New OU Students.
11.0 Personality and Learning. 11.25 The Pre-School Child - Going Shopping
11.50 Consumer Decisions - Turning on the Heat. 12.15 Energy in the Home - Cutting Your Losses. 12.40 Psychosexual Differences (1). 1.5 Paris: La Belle Epoque. 1.30 The Sociological Perspective.

: Open Door

Action in Distress presents
Every Child Deserves a Chance
What does it mean to be a ' postal parent' to a boy or girl in one of the world's poorer countries?

: Arena

looks at Maler's Requiem, a work of art by Leopoldo Maler ; and Charles Tomlinson , one of England's finest poets, who is also a painter.

Contributors

Unknown: Leopoldo Maler
Unknown: Charles Tomlinson

: Crime Writers

The last of six programmes telling the story of crime fiction from Poe to the present.
Murder for Pleasure? commentary by H. R. F. Keating with The Rt Hon Denis Healey , mp
Frederic Dannay , Stanley Ellin Brian Garfield , Julian Symons
Why do people like crime stories? What is the present state of the genre and which directions is it likely to take in the future?
Film editor MIKE PAVETT Producer BERNARD ADAMS

Contributors

Commentary By: H. R. F. Keating
Unknown: Rt Hon Denis Healey
Unknown: Frederic Dannay
Unknown: Stanley Ellin
Unknown: Brian Garfield
Unknown: Julian Symons
Editor: Mike Pavett
Producer: Bernard Adams

: The Parliamentarians

' The radical changes in society always begin outside Parliament.'
(DENNIS SKINNER )
Fourth of a series in which six eminent Parliamentarians talk to Robin Day. Today Dennis Skinner , MP for Bolsover since 1970.
Producer ALAN THOMPSON Editor JOHN DEKKER

Contributors

Unknown: Dennis Skinner
Unknown: Dennis Skinner
Producer: Alan Thompson
Editor: John Dekker

: Cricket: Sixth Test

By satellite
Australia v England from Sydney
BOBBY SIMPSON introduces highlights of the second day's play. Commentators
KEITH MILLER , FRANK TYSON
NORMAN MAY, MALCOLM MCDONALD and JIM BURKE
Television presentation by the AUSTRALIAN BROADCASTING COMMISSION

Contributors

Unknown: Keith Miller
Unknown: Frank Tyson
Unknown: Malcolm McDonald

: Ski Sunday

featuring The World Cup The Men's Slalom from Aare, Sweden
The final race of the season in Europe before the World Cup circuit moves on to North America and Japan. Sweden's INGEMAR STENMARK , the defending overall champion, will be sure of massive support from his home fans. Commentator DAVID VINE
TV presentation by the SWEDISH TELEVISION SERVICE Editor JONATHAN MARTIN

Contributors

Unknown: Ingemar Stenmark
Editor: Jonathan Martin

: Rugby Special

featuring one of yesterday's top club matches. Commentator
NIGEL STARMER-SMITH
Series producer BILL TAYLOR
Followed by Rugby League results

Contributors

Unknown: Nigel Starmer-Smith

: News Review

A digest of the news of the week and other world matters of interest seen by news cameras around the world, the interesting, the picturesque, the important and the dramatic plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear. with Kenneth Kendall
Editor RICHARD GAMBLE
News reports and' background information on Ceefax

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Kendall
Editor: Richard Gamble

: Julius Caesar

Jonathan Dimbleby places Shakespeare in Perspective with a personal view of the play he describes as a ' chillingly precise metaphor about power and politicians '.
Director BARBARA DERKOW Producer VICTOR POOLE

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Dimbleby
Director: Barbara Derkow
Producer: Victor Poole

: Assignment

Where it happens and why it's happening, with BBC correspondents.
Film editing MB SCHOLES Editor GEORGE WALKER

Contributors

Editor: George Walker

: Life on Earth

A natural history by David Attenborough
4: The Swarming Hordes

Contributors

Unknown: David Attenborough

: The BBC Television Shakespeare: Julius Caesar

by WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE starring Keith Michell
Richard Pasco
Charles Gray , David Collings Virginia McKenna Elizabeth Spriggs
Cast in order of appearance
Series title music by WILLIAM WALTON Fight arranger WILLIAM HOBBS Make-up artist JEAN STEWARD
Costume designer ODETTE BARROW Script editor ALAN SHALLCROSS / Designer TONY ABBOTT
Producer CEDRIC MESSINA DirectorHERBERT WISE
Book (same title), £1.35, from bookshops

Contributors

Unknown: William Shakespeare
Unknown: Keith Michell
Unknown: Richard Pasco
Unknown: Charles Gray
Unknown: David Collings
Unknown: Virginia McKenna
Unknown: Elizabeth Spriggs
Music By: William Walton
Unknown: William Hobbs
Artist: Jean Steward
Designer: Odette Barrow
Editor: Alan Shallcross
Designer: Tony Abbott
Producer: Cedric Messina
Director: Herbert Wise
First citizen: Alan Thompson
Second citizen: Leo Dolan
FlaviuS: Jon Laurimore
Marullus: John Sterland
Julius Caesar: Charles Gray
Casca: Sam Dastor
Calphurnia: Elizabeth Spriggs
Marcus Antonius: Keith Michell
Soothsayer: Ronald Forfar
Marcus Brutus: Richard Pasco
Cassius: David Collings
Cicero: Manning Wilson
Cinna: Darien Angadi
LuciUS: Jonathan Scott-Taylor
Decius Brutus: Alex Davion
Metellus Cimber: Roger Bizley
Trebonius: William Simons
Portia: Virginia McKenna
Ligarius: Anthony Dawes
Caesar's servant: Michael Cogan
Publius: Noel Johnson
Artemidorus: Patrick Marley
PopiliUS: Terence Conoley
Antony's servant/Claudius: Tom Kelly
Octavius, Caesar's servant/Messenger: Jack Elliott
Third citizen/First soldier: Johnny Wade
Fourth citizen/Second soldier: David Henry
Cinna, the poet: John Tordoff
Octavius Caesar: Garrick Hagon
Lepidus: Roy Spencer
Lucilius: Andrew Hilton
Titinius: Leonard Preston
Pindarus: Robert Oates
Poet: Reginald Jessup
Messala: Brian Coburn
Varro: Michael Greatorex
Young Cato: Philip York
Strato: Maurice Thorogood
Volumnius: Nicholas Gecks
ClitUS: Christopher Good
Dardanius: Michael Jenkinson

: News on 2

Weather

: Julius Caesar

Part 2

: The Best of British: A Kind of Loving

Major British films of the 1960s. Tonight starring Alan Bates June Ritchie , Thora Hird
Vic Brown , working as a draughtsman in a North Country factory, longs for travel, adventure and true love. When his affair with Ingrid leads to her pregnancy he feels himself trapped. The best the young couple can hope for is a kind of loving....
Screenplay WILLIS HALL , KEITH WATERHOUSE Adapted from a novel by STAN BARSTOW
Produced by Joseph jasni
Directed by JOHN SCHLESINGER
(Blade and white) Films: page 11

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Bates
Unknown: June Ritchie
Unknown: Thora Hird
Unknown: Vic Brown
Unknown: Willis Hall
Unknown: Keith Waterhouse
Novel By: Stan Barstow
Produced By: Joseph Jasni
Directed By: John Schlesinger
Vic: Alan Bates
Ingrid: June Ritchie
Mrs Rothwell: Thora Hird
Mr Brown: Bert Palmer
Mrs Brown: Gwen Nelson
Jim Brown: Malcolm Patton
Christine: Pat Keen








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