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: Open University

7.40 Making Sense of Society. 8.5 Variations on a Theme. 8.30 M101/19 Matrices I. 8.55 Us and Them. 9.20 Amplifiers and Amplification. 9.45 Maths: Convergence. 10.10 Computers: Operating Systems. 10.35 Reading a Poem. 11.0 Self-Concept. 11.25 The University Library.
11.50 Socialist Realist Art. 12.15 Analysing Interaction. 12.40 History of Mathematics. 1.5 Public Expenditure: Too Little? 1.30 Army Board: 2.

: Cricket

The John Player League featuring
Nottinghamshire v Gloucestershire The name Clive Rice of Nottinghamshire figured prominently in last year's batting statistics.
During the course of the season he scored two double centuries and went on to top the first class batting averages. In 1977 he established a new record of 814 runs for a season in The John Player League. Gloucestershire's task today looks formidable indeed.
PETER WALKER introduces the programme, which includes news of today's other fixtures. KENT V SURREY
LANCASHIRE V DERBYSHIRE
LEICESTERSHIRE V SOMERSET
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE V ESSEX WORCESTERSHIRE V SUSSEX YORKSHIRE V HAMPSHIRE
Commentators at Trent Bridge JOHN ARLOTT and JIM LAKER
Television presentation
BOB DUNCAN and JOHN MCNICHOLAS

Contributors

Unknown: Clive Rice
Introduces: Peter Walker
Unknown: John Arlott
Unknown: Bob Duncan
Unknown: John McNicholas

: News Review

A digest of the news of the week plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear.
With Richard Baker
Editor RICIURD GAMBLI

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Baker
Editor: Riciurd Gambli

: Der Rosenkavalier

From the Bavarian State Opera, Munich, a performance of RICHARD STPAUSS 's most famous comedy opera, with a libretto by HUGO VON HOFMANNSTHAL.
Sung in German with English subtitles. starring
This is the first televised performance of the famous Munich Production.
Set in Vienna, the story revolves around the conflicting loves of a Young boy, Octavian. He is the lover of Field-Marshal Werden berg's wife, the Marschallin. Her cousin. Baron Ochs, is betrothed to a young girl, Sophie, and needs an ambassador to carry the traditional silver rose as token of his betrothal. The Marschallin nominates Octavian as Knight of the Rose. Octavian delivers the rose and immediately falls in love with Sophie....
Act 1: The Boudoir of the Marschallin
Carlos Kleiber conducts the CHORUS and ORCHESTRA of the BAYERISCHE STAATSOPER
Der Rosenkavalier is produced by OTTO SCHENK and desigrted by JURGEN ROSE
Introduced by HUMPHREY BURTON
Directed for TV by karl-heinz HUNDORF
For the best effect, viewers with stereo Radio 3 should turn off TV sound and position their speakers on either side of the screen, but a few feet away. Stereo headphones provide a suitable alternative.
Act 2 follows at 8.35

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Stpauss
Unknown: Hugo Von
Unknown: Field-Marshal Werden
Unknown: Carlos Kleiber
Produced By: Otto Schenk
Introduced By: Humphrey Burton
the Marschallin: Owyneth Jones
Octavian: Brigitte Fassbaender
Sophie: Lucia Popp
Baron Ochs: Manfred Jungwirth
Majordomo: Georg Paskuda
Three noble orphans: Dorothea Wirtz
MAJA HAKE,: Helena Jungwirth
Milliner: Suzanne Sonnenschein
Vendor of animals: Osamu Kobayashi
Valzacchi: David Thaw
Italian singer: Francisco Araiza
Notary: Hans Wilbrink
Annina: Gudrun Wewezow
Faninal: Benno Kusche
Marianne: Anneue Waas
Innkeeper: Norbert Orth
Police Commissar: Albrecht Peter

: News on 2

Weather

: Der Rosenkavalier

Act 2: The Hall in the House of Faninal

: Turning Year Tales

A series of seven filmed plays. 4: Clubs by PHILIP MARTIN
Drunken, lazy Albert Pethridge stands in the way of progress for the Salishall Golf Club. Can the new committee get rid of their deadbeat professional and replace him with someone younger, ruthless ... and a ' 'scratch' player? Not without a fight.
Music by DAVE CREENSLADE
Film cameraman JIM SAUNDERS Film editor CHARLES ALDRIDGE Produced by ALASTAIR REID
Directed by COLIN GODMAN. BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Philip Martin
Unknown: Albert Pethridge
Music By: Dave Creenslade
Unknown: Jim Saunders
Editor: Charles Aldridge
Produced By: Alastair Reid
Directed By: Colin Godman.
Alan Griggs: Robert Dorning
Cyril Muncaster: John Arnatt
Peter Starrat: Paul Darrow
Albert Pethridge: Andrew Crawford
Jimmy Jax: Brian Capron

: Der Rosenkavalier

Act 3: A Private Room at an Inn

: Murder International: End Play

starring
George Mallaby , John Waters
A series of murders - all the victims are blonde hitch-hikers - focuses attention on two brothers. Mark is quiet and retiring, whilst Robert - a paraplegic - is bitter about his situation and failing health. Each seems to have something to hide - or so Supt Cheadle believes ...
Russell Braddon 's thriller is subtly transposed to an Australian setting.
Screenplay by TIM BURSTALL from the novel by RUSSELL BRADDON
Produced and directed by TIM BURSTALL (First showing on British television) Films: page 19

Contributors

Unknown: George Mallaby
Unknown: John Waters
Unknown: Supt Cheadle
Unknown: Russell Braddon
Unknown: Tim Burstall
Novel By: Russell Braddon
Directed By: Tim Burstall
Robert Gifford: George Mallaby
Mark Gifford: John Waters
Supt Cheadle: Ken Goodlet
Sergeant Robinson: Robert Hewett
Janine Talbot: Delvene Delaney
Charlie Bricknall: Kevin Miles
Dr Fairburn: Charles Tingwell
Stanley Lipton: Walter Pym
Mavis Lipton: Sheila Florance
Andrew Gifford: Adrian Wright
Margaret Gifford: Belinda Giblin








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