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: Open University

7.40 Evaluating Arguments. 8.5 Elements Discovered. 8.20 M101/14 Taylor Polynomials. 8.55 Multinationals. 9.20 Semi-conductor Devices. f.45 Maths-Quadratic Forms. 10.10 Computers-Art and Artefact. 10.35 Poetry in Translation. 11.8 Schools Council Curriculum Project. 11.25 Advisory Programme for Applicants (1). 11.56 Images of the City.
12.15 Social Psychology. 12.40 History of Mathematics. 1.5 Israel and the Occupied Lands. 1.30 Educational Research Methods.

: Cricket

The John Player League
BBC outside broadcast cameras cover the whole of one of today's most attractive matches.
Matches being played today are:
DERBYSHIRE V NOTTINGHAMSHIRE
GLOUCESTERSHIRE V LEICESTERSHIRE
KENT V HAMPSHIRE
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE V MIDDLESEX SURREY V ESSEX
WARWICKSHIRE I' WORCESTERSHIRE
YORKSHIRE V GLAMORGAN
Introduced by PETER WALKER Commentator JOHN ARLOTT
JIM LAKER
Television presentation
BOB DUNCAN and BILL TAYLOR
Cricket scores and results on Ceefax

Contributors

Introduced By: Peter Walker
Commentator: John Arlott
Unknown: Jim Laker
Unknown: Bob Duncan
Unknown: Bill Taylor

: 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 Peter Woods
Editor RICHARD GAMBLE

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Woods
Editor: Richard Gamble

: The World About Us

Forest in the Clouds
Alarm is growing as the world's tropical forests are slashed from existence. What will we have lost when they are gone?
This portrait of a jungle won narrator/producer Barry Paine a 1978 Glaxo Science Writers' Award for its revelations of an intriguing green world in the forests of Costa Rica. There huge, strangling fig trees rely for existence on wasps as small as match-heads; ants hide in potato ferns, and paper wasps show an ingenious way of keeping dry. And in this haunt lives that most exotic of jungle birds - the resplendent quetzal.
... rare and ravishing stuff, (DAILY MAIL) s .. a remarkable piece of filming.
(DAILY EXPRESS)
Scries editors MICHAEL ANDREWS and ANTHONY ISAACS
BBC Bristol

Contributors

Producer: Barry Paine
Editors: Michael Andrews
Editors: Anthony Isaacs

: International Show Jumping

from Hickstead
The Everest Double Glazing Grand Prix
Highlights of today's main class which carried an amazing £9,000 in prize money, making it one of the most valuable show jumping events ever held. Introduced by RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD Commentators
DORIAN WILLIAMS, ANN MOORE
Producer JOHNNIE WATHEBSTON

Contributors

Introduced By: Raymond Brooks-Ward
Unknown: Dorian Williams,
Unknown: Ann Moore
Producer: Johnnie Wathebston

: News on 2

Weather

: Crime and Punishment

by FYODOR DOSTOEVSKY
The BBC2 Classic Serial dramatised in three parts by JACK ITLMAN starring John Hurt , Sian Phillips Frank Middlemass Beatrix Lehmann
Part 1: St Petersburg 1860s
Isolated and poor, Raskolnikov, a student, finds no sense in life. He is sure of only one thing - truly great men are above the law in all ways. Finding himself deeply in debt, he plans to put his theory to the ultimate test.

Contributors

Unknown: Fyodor Dostoevsky
Unknown: Jack Itlman
Unknown: John Hurt
Unknown: Sian Phillips
Unknown: Frank Middlemass
Unknown: Beatrix Lehmann

: International Golf

The Martin International
HARRY CARPENTER introduces highlights of the third day's play from Wentworth.

Contributors

Introduces: Harry Carpenter

: Grand Prix

The Monaco Grand Prix from Monte Carlo Four drivers have held the World
Championship lead this season in the absorbing struggle for supremacy between the French Ligier and the Italian Ferrari teams, who have each scored three wins.
Ferrari's JODY SCHECKTER , winner in Belgium two weeks ago, now shares the lead with JACQUES LAFFITE (Ligier) and joint third are VILLENEUVE (Ferrari) and DEPAILLER (Ligier), the winner at Monaco last year. Who will go ahead after today's race at motor racing's most celebrated venue? Commentator MURRAY WALKER
TV presentation by the MONACO TELEVISION SERVICE Editor JONATHAN MARTIN

Contributors

Unknown: Jody Scheckter
Commentator: Murray Walker
Editor: Jonathan Martin

: Sunday Cinema: Shockproof

continues the season of films by DOUGLAS SIRK starring
Cornel Wilde
Patricia Knight
Former convict Jenny Marsh is warned by her parole officer Griff Marat to break associations with her gangster friends. Advice which she fails to take - landing herself and Griff, who has fallen in love with her, in deep trouble ...
Written by HELEN DEUTSCH and SAMUEL FULLER Directed by douglas SIRK Films: page 21
(Postponed from 3 May)

Contributors

Unknown: Douglas Sirk
Unknown: Jenny Marsh
Unknown: Griff Marat
Written By: Helen Deutsch
Written By: Samuel Fuller
Directed By: Douglas Sirk
Griff Marat: Cornel Wilde
Jenny Marsh: Patricia Knight
Harry Wesson: John Baragrey
Mrs Marat: Esther Minciotti
Sam Brooks: Howard St John
Frederick Bauer: Russell Collins








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