7.40Crago Cults. 8.5 Babbits and Chalk Grassland. 8.30 M101/26 Complex Numbers. 8.55 ' Bloody Good Colliers'. 9.20 Car Body. 9.45-10.10 Maths-Oscillations.
10.35 North Sea Oil Taxation. 11.0 Curriculum Design and Development. 11.25 Tomorrow's ou World. 11.50 Moholy-Nagy.
12.15 Solving the Problem. 12.40 History of Mathematics. 1.5 Soviet Union: An Impression. 1.30 Secularisation.
The John Player League featuring Sussex v Kent
Introduced by RALPH DELLOR
And news of today's other fixtures.
DERBYSHIRE V YORKSHIRE LANCASHIRE V SOMERSET
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE V WARWICKSHIRE
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE V SURREY
WORCESTERSHIRE V HAMPSHIRE
Commentators at Eastbourne JOHN ARLOTT and JIM LAKER
Cricket television presentation BOB DUNCAN and JIM RESIDE and at 6.30*
International Athletics from Turin
The European Cup Final The 4 x 400m relays will provide a fitting climax to this two-day competition and could decide which countries qualify for the World Cup.
News of the week plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear. With Angela Rippon
Editor RICHARD GAMBLE
A series of five documentaries 3: Dwight D. Eisenhower General of the Army
This programme follows the development of a man right at the top who was not just' a nice guy '. The Supreme Commander, with absolute authority over the combined forces of many nations, was a formidable commander who had to take the crucial decision to launch the invasion of Europe in spite of appalling weather.
Taking part Dr Milton Eisenhower Gen Alfred Gruenther , US Army Maj-Gen Sir Francis de Guingand Maj-Gen Sir Kenneth Strong Brig Sir James Gault
Harry C. Butcher , Thor Smith
Written by PROFESSOR STEPHEN k. AMBROSE , editor of The Papers of Dwight D. Eisen hower: The War Years
Narrated by FRANK GILLARD
Quotations from Eisenhower's letters read by DAVID BAUER
Film editor PAM BOSWORTH
Produced by PATRICIA MEEHAN
Professor Stephen K.
The last in a series of seven filmed plays.
Jack Fletcher by DOMINIC COOPER
Jack Fletcher arrives with his dog at a remote village in the north of medieval England. The people will have little to do with him and tell him to move on. But Jack decides to stay. How can this perverse and overwrought man contrive to establish himself against all the odds? And may the effects of his solitude not end by turning against him?
Music by HAVE GREENSLADI Make-up
DAPHNE BARKER PENNY DELAMAR costume IAN ADLEY
Film editor LIZ THOYTS Designer john BONE
Produced by ALASTAIR REID
A new series of the musical quiz in which Joseph Cooper as question master invites you to match your musical wits against Joyce Grenfell, Bernard Levin, Robin Ray.
Guest musician Henryk Szeryng.
One of the highlights of this year's Edinburgh International Festival will be the Merce Cunningham Dance Company.
Since leaving Martha Graham and founding his own company, Cunningham has been one of the most influential figures in contemporary I dance. He does not rely on story or emotions but pure movement: ; as he advises, just relax and Cunningham and the company perform sections from Rain Forest;
Septet; Solo and Soundance; and a work especially created for the programme, Video Triangle. The music is by JOHN CAGE and DAVID TUDOR. The costumes and sets are by ANDY WARHOL, ROBERT RAUSCHEN -
BERG, JASPER JOHNS and FRANK QTPT T A
MERCE Cunningham also introduces the programme. Dancers:
Karole Armitage , Karen Attix
Ellen Cornfield , Merce Cunningham Morgan Ensminger , Meg Harper Catherine Kerr , Chris Komer
Robert Kovich , Charles Moulton Julie Roess-Smith
Choreography MERCE CUNNINGHAM
Dance in America produced by WNET New York
Executive producer JAC VENZA Director MERRILL BROCKWAY
LPGA Championship I from the Old Course, ' Sunningdale -
PETER WALKER introduces the high- lights of the final round and talks j to the winner.
Commentators CLIVE CLARK ALEX HAY and LEWINE MAIR
Producer FRED VINER I Editor DAVID KENNING
' When I woke up, I was covered with blood. Sometimes I don't know who I am or what I've done.' These are the words of Charles van Horn, who wakes up in a sleazy Paris hotel suffering from amnesia and a strange feeling of guilt. But is he the guilty one?
Screenplay by PAUL GEGAUFF PAUL GARDNER , EUGENE ARCHER
Based on the novel Ten Days' Wonder by ELLERY QUEEN
Produced by ANDRÉ GENOVES Directed by CLAUDE CHABROL
(First showing on British television) Films: page 15
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