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: Open University

7.40 Transport and Road Research

8.5 From Snowdon to the Sea

8.30 M101/24 Modelling, Cranes

8.55 The Handicapped - Working Together

9.20 Time Base Generator

9.45 Maths - Games Theory

10.10 Simulation Models

10.35 Charles Tomlinson

11.0 Learning Problems

11.25 Iron Bridges

11.50 Language Opportunities

12.15 Members of the Jury

12.40 Origin of Species

1.5 Fuel Crisis

1.30 Home from Home

: Cricket

The John Player League
Over £10,000 in prize money will be awarded today, as The John Player League reaches its climax. The champions receive £5.500. the runners-up £2.750 and the county placed third £1,500.
Matches being played today are:
DERBYSHIRE V LEICESTERSHIRE; ESSEX V GLAMORGAN; HAMPSHIRE V NORTHAMPTONSHIRE; KENT L MIDDLESEX; NOTTINGHAMSHIRE r SOMERSET; SURREY r WORCESTEHSHIRE: SUSSEX V GLOUCESTERSHIRE WARWICKSHIRE v YORKSHIRE
Introduced by PETER WALKER Commentators
JOHN ARLOTT and JIM LAKER
Television presentation BOB DUNCAN RICHAUD TILLING
Followed by Rugby League results

Contributors

Introduced By: Peter Walker
Unknown: John Arlott
Unknown: Bob Duncan

: News Review

News of the week. plus a visual commentary. With John Edmunds
Editor RICHARD GAMBLE

Contributors

Unknown: John Edmunds
Editor: Richard Gamble

: The World About Us

Ring of Bright Water and Beyond Gavin Maxwell , 1914-1969 by ALAN CORMACK
Mijbil, Edal and Teko are the otters immortalised in GAVIN MAX WELL'S books. But the man himself was an enigma. On the tenth anniversary of his death this dramatised biography examines Maxwell's life. Poet, portrait painter, naturalist and writer, it was Gavin Maxwell who did so much to gain protection for that shy, elusive, beautiful creature, the otter, and whose books have brought so much happiness to so many people all over the world - but brought tragedy to himself. Narrator DEREK JONES
Film cameraman MAURICE FISHER Film editor CHARLES ALDRIDGE
Designer JOHN BONE
Producer DAVID COBHAM BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Gavin Maxwell
Unknown: Alan CormacK
Unknown: Gavin Max
Unknown: Gavin Maxwell
Unknown: Maurice Fisher
Editor: Charles Aldridge
Designer: John Bone
Producer: David Cobham
Gavin Maxwell: Nicholas Jones
Rowan tree woman: Vivian Pickles
Lavinia Lascelles: Vivien Heilbron
Terry Nutkins: Jeremy Steyn
I Jimmy Watt: Mark Farme
I Richard Frere: Daniel Moyniha

: News on 2

Weather

: Face the Music

A new series of the musical quiz in which
Joseph Cooper as questionmaster invites you to match your musical wits against Valerie Pitts , Richard Baker
John Julius Norwich Guest musician Riccardo Muti
Designer PAMELA LAMBOOY Sound ANTHONY PRILPOT
Lighting GERRY MILLERSON Producer WALTER TODDS Director HELEN MORTON

Contributors

Unknown: Joseph Cooper
Unknown: Valerie Pitts
Unknown: Richard Baker
Unknown: John Julius Norwich
Musician: Riccardo Muti
Designer: Pamela Lambooy
Unknown: Anthony Prilpot
Unknown: Gerry Millerson
Producer: Walter Todds
Director: Helen Morton

: The Diary of a Nobody

by GEORGE GROSSMITH and WEEDON GROSSMITH dramatised in nine parts by BASIL BOOTHROYD
2: 'A surprise announcement by Lupin.'
Make-up TULAH TUKE
Lighting ALAN HENDERSON Designer DAVID MACKENZIE Producer ROSEMARY HILL Directed by BILL HAYS

Contributors

Unknown: George Grossmith
Unknown: Weedon Grossmith
Unknown: Basil Boothroyd
Unknown: Alan Henderson
Designer: David MacKenzie
Directed By: Bill Hays
Pooler: Terrence Hardiman
Carrie: Sheila Steafel
Lupin Pooter: Richard Willis
Sarah: Ann Beach
Mr Perkupp: John Welsh
Pitt: Ian Sharp
Wilkins: Christopher Hurles
Foster: Alan Norburn

: Richard Strauss Weekend

The second of two programmes of music by Richard Strauss to mark the 30th anniversary of his death is devoted to the first performance on television of The Legend of Josepii
In 1912 Diaghilev, greatest of all impresarios, commissioned a ballet from the composer Richard Strauss. Working on the scenario with his collaborator Hugo von Hofmannsthal they decided to tell the Old Testament story of Joseph and Potiphar's wife. The ballet was premiered in Paris in 1914, choreographed by Michael Fokine , with Leonide Massine as Joseph, and conducted by Strauss himself.
In this production, the young American choreographer JOHN NEU -MEIER has recreated the ballet for the great American modern dancer Judith Jamison , who plays Potiphar's wife. The role of Joseph is danced by the young American dancer Kevin Haigen. Also taking part with the Ballet of the Vienna State Opera and the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra conductor
Heinrich Hollreiser
Introduced by HUMPHREY BURTON
Designer ERNST FUCHS
Choreographer JOHN NEUMEIER A UNITEL production

Contributors

Music By: Richard Strauss
Unknown: Richard Strauss.
Unknown: Michael Fokine
Unknown: Leonide Massine
Unknown: John Neu
Unknown: Judith Jamison
Unknown: Kevin Haigen.
Conductor: Heinrich Hollreiser
Introduced By: Humphrey Burton
Designer: Ernst Fuchs
Unknown: John Neumeier
the Angel: Karl Musil
Potiphar: Franz Wilhelm

: Grand Prix: The Italian Grand Prix

The fiercely partisan fans at Monza will be demanding a Ferrari victory from Jody Scheckter who is close to clinching the world title. But Alan Jones, winner of the last three races in the Saudi Williams, will be out to prove that - but for the new points system - the crown should be his.

Contributors

Racing driver: Jody Scheckter
Racing driver: Alan Jones
Commentator: Murray Walker
Television Presentation: The Italian Television Service
Editor: Jonathan Martin

: Jack High

The Kodak Masters Bowls Tournament from Beach House Park, Worthing
The second in this series of programmes featuring eight of the leading flat green bowlers in the world.
Tonight's match is from the second group and features two of the players from abroad. From South Africa, the tall and talented BILL MOSELEY , one of the favourites for this year's title, plays the New Zealander, PHIL SKOGLUND. Commentators DAVID VINE and DAVID RHYS JONES
Producer JOHNNIE WATHERSTON

Contributors

Unknown: Bill Moseley
Unknown: Phil Skoglund.
Producer: Johnnie Watherston

: Film of the Week: Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams

starring
Joanne Woodward , Martin Balsam Sylvia Sidney
Rita Walden is chic and attractive, seemily happily married and yet strangely dissatisfied. When her mother dies suddenly, her husband suggests a trip to Europe in an attempt to resolve the crisis in their marriage. It is a trip that is to affect traumatically both their lives.
Both Joanne Woodward and Sylvia Sidney received Oscar nominations for their roles as mother and daughter, in this moving portrait of contemporary American life.
Screenplay by STEWART STERN Produced by JACK BRODSKY Directed by GILBERT CATES

Contributors

Unknown: Joanne Woodward
Unknown: Martin Balsam
Unknown: Sylvia Sidney
Unknown: Rita Walden
Unknown: Joanne Woodward
Unknown: Sylvia Sidney
Play By: Stewart Stern
Produced By: Jack Brodsky
Directed By: Gilbert Cates
Rita Walden: Joanne Woodward
Harry Walden: Martin Balsam
Rita's mother: Sylvia Sidney
Anna: Dori Brenner
Fred Goody: Win Forman
Betty Goody: Tresa Hughes
Joel: Peter Marklin
Bobby Walden: Ron Rickards
Waitress: Charlotte OBErley
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