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: Open University

7.40 Advocacy. 8.5 The Nature of Chemistry. 8.30 No Regards for William Therefore. 8.55 Man-made Macromolecules. 9.20 Sacred Places. 9.45 Darting-ton Hall School. 10.18 Telephone Switching (2). 10.35 The Third Dimension.
11.9 Hospital. 11.25 Miners - A Special Case? 11.50 On This Side of the Grave
12.15 Chemical Processes. 1.5 Work.
1.31 Quantum Theory and Atomic Structure. 1.55 Rubbish. 2.20 Root Locus.

: Wimbledon 79

The Lawn Tennis Championships
Live coverage of the pick of the matches on the Centre Court and No 1 Court.

: News and Sport

Weather

: The Sky at Night

X-Rays from Space
Patrick Moore talks about the new British satellite Ariel 6, with Dr Leonard C'ulhane, the project scientist for the mission.

Contributors

Talks: Patrick Moore

: Grapevine

looks at ' access' to local radio airwaves, and visits a special clinic to find out what it's like to be screened for venereal disease.

: Word for Word

Robert Robinson and Diana Quick in a weekly entertainment based on words past and present including aspects of Dakotah Indian language, whatever happened to
Jmt William , and Jogran and ' Hiccle ' on the road.
With FRANK THORNTON, JOE MELIA
Director MARTIN L. BELL Producer ANTONY rousi

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Robinson
Unknown: Diana Quick
Unknown: Jmt William
Director: Martin L. Bell
Producer: Antony Rousi

: The Hollywood Greats

Profiles of ten stars from the golden age of Hollywood.
Written and presented by Barry Norman
9: Ronald Colman with personal comments from
His only child Juliet Benita Colman Actor David Niven
George Cukor , who directed Colman's Oscar-winning film A Double Life
Actress Lillian Gish , his co-star in silent films Writer and director
Joseph L. Mankiewicz Actress Celeste Holm
Henry King , the director who gave Colman his first starring role in The White Sister
Actress Bessie Love
Barbara and Milton Merlin , co-writers of Colman's successful radio and television series The Halls of Ivy
John Cromwell , who directed The Prisoner of Zenda and Senator Alvin Weingand, Colman's business partner
... he was Hollytoood's idea of a perfect English gentleman.
(EVENING STANDARD)
Producer BARRY brown
Director MARGARET sharp

Contributors

Presented By: Barry Norman
Presented By: Ronald Colman
Unknown: David Niven
Unknown: George Cukor
Unknown: Lillian Gish
Unknown: Joseph L. Mankiewicz
Unknown: Henry King
Unknown: Bessie Love
Unknown: Milton Merlin
Unknown: John Cromwell
Producer: Barry Brown
Director: Margaret Sharp

: Wimbledon 79

Match of the Day
DAVID VINE introduces action from today's play at Wimbledon, and reports on the outstanding stories at the halfway stage in the Championships.
Producer JOHN ROWLINSON Editor JONATHAN MAKTIN

Contributors

Producer: John Rowlinson
Editor: Jonathan Maktin

: News on 2

Weather

: Midnight Movie: A Double Life

starring
Ronald Colman with Signe Hasso Edmond O'Brien Shelley Winters
The personality of Broadway actor Anthony John is being increasingly dominated by the characters he portrays on stage. When he agrees to play Othello, madness and murder threaten to destroy him.
This film marked the beginning of director George Cukor 's collaboration with the husband and wife screen-writing team of Ruth Gordon and Garson Kanin.
Screenplay by RUTH GORDON and CARSON KANIff Produced by MICHAEI, KANIN Directed by George CUKOR
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Contributors

Unknown: Ronald Colman
Unknown: Signe Hasso
Unknown: Edmond O'Brien
Unknown: Anthony John
Director: George Cukor
Unknown: Ruth Gordon
Unknown: Garson Kanin.
Unknown: Ruth Gordon
Directed By: George Cukor
Anthony John: Ronald Colman
Brita: Signe Hasso
Bill Friend: Edmond O'Brien
Pat Kroll: Shelijsy Winters
Victor Donlan: Ray Collins
Max Lasker: Philip Loeb
Al Cooley: Millard Mitchell
Ray Bonner: Joe Sawyer
Stellini: Charles Ia Torre
Dr Stauffer: Whit Bisseix








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