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: Open University

7.40 Where is Wales?)).5Field Geology Arran.!t.3tM101/25Modening. Pollution.X.55 Education Technologique.).M Servo-mechanism t.45 Maths-Numerics Eigenvalues. It.H Computers -Socta) Implications. tt.35 Mirostav Ho)ub. H.t Classroom Interaction. tt.!S Preparing for Exams. 11.5t Palladio: Three ViHa'.!!.IS Therapeutic Community. H.« The Rise of Electricity. t.5 The Arab/Israli Dispute. I.M Educational Research Methods.

: Golf and Badminton: International Golf

The SOS TotMrnaK ToMfMamet!< Players' Championship from Moor Park
Coverage of the early stages of the anal round of this prestigious £50,000 tournament.
Introduced by HARRY CARPENTER Commentator PETER ALLISS CLIVE CLARK and ALEX HAX
International Badminton The Friends' Provident Master's
A\ Highlights from the Finals of the world's first Open Badminton Tournament from the Royal Albert Hall.
After almost a week of intense competition we reach the climax of the tournament and greet the new champions.
Commentators BARRY DAVIES and RODDY MACCRIMMON
Golf television presentation
RICHARD TILLING, ALASTAIR SCOTT Golf Editor DAVID KENNING
Badminton TV presentation BOB DUNCAN

Contributors

Introduced By: Harry Carpenter
Commentator: Peter Alliss
Commentator: Cuve Clark
Commentator: Alex Hax
Commentators: Barry Davies
Commentators: Roddy MacCrimmon
Unknown: Bob Ouncan

: Rugby Special

Ebbw Vate r Romania
New Zealand r Argentina
A double international week with the Romanians playing their first Welsh match of the tour and New Zealand play the Argentinians in the second unomcial test. Commentators
NIGEL STARMER-SMITH and KEITH QUINN
Tetevision presentation
ONLLWYN BRACE and TV One BCNZ
Followed by Rugby League results

Contributors

Unknown: Nigel Starmer-Smith
Unknown: Keith Quinn

: 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 Richard Whitmore
Editor RICHARC GAMBLE

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Whitmore
Editor: Richarc Gamble

: The Money Programme

Why is it that when the Pound is low economists are worried; when it is high-as now-they a!so worry and when it is neither high nor low, they are concerned because they don't know which way it wUI go? In The MoMf:/ PrograTKme Paut Barry and John Watkinson investigate and look for the winners and the tosers as the Pound has risen. Also a report from the City, and a took at the week ahead; which are the companies. the currencies and the shares to watch?
Producers CLtVE SYMALL and CHRtSTOPHER GRAtUM Editor PAUL ELUS

Contributors

Unknown: Paut Barry
Unknown: John Watkinson

: Face the Music

A new series of the musical quiz in which
Joseph Cooper as questionmaster invites you to match your musical wits against Joyce Grenfett Richard Baker Robin Ray
Guest musician Atun Hoddinott
Designer PAMELA LAMBOOY Sound LANCE ANDREWS Lighting BUNCAN BROWN Producer WALTER TODDS Director HELEN MORTON

Contributors

Unknown: Joseph Cooper
Unknown: Joyce Grenfett
Unknown: Richard Baker
Unknown: Robin Ray
Musician: Atun Hoddinott
Designer: Pamela Lambooy
Unknown: Buncan Brown
Producer: Walter Todds
Director: Helen Morton

: The World About Us

Highland Story
Presented by Hugh Falkus
The wild elemental beauty of the Scottish Highlands - with its mountains, moorland and lochsis legendary. Land of the golden eagle, wildcat, grouse and red deer - elusive creatures to most of us; the visitor feels an intruder.
It is the apparent sense of desolation that impresses most. And with good reason ... For behind this wilderness of open moorland is a story of ruthless exploitation by man. HUGH FALKUS describes the events that have so dramatically determined the Highland way of living and transformed a landscape - and with it, its wildlife.
Film editor BETTY BLOCK
Written and produced by HUGH FALKUS Series editors
MICHAEL ANDREWS and ANTHONY ISAACS BBC Bristol

Contributors

Presented By: Hugh Falkus
Unknown: Hugh Falkus
Produced By: Hugh Falkus
Unknown: Michael Andrews

: Churchill and the Generals

A television play by IAN CURTEIS starring and President Franklin D. Roosevelt with special guest star
With DESMOND CULLUM-JONES
DEREK ENSOR , JULIAN FOX
ALAN HALLEY , ADAM NORTON
DOYLE RICHMOND, DOREEN UBELS
Music composed by WILFRED JOSEPHS conducted bv MARCUS DODS
Film research SHIRLEY SEATON Military adviser
BRIGADIER PETER YOUNG, DSO, MC
Costume designer ANDREW MACKENZIE Make-up artist EILEEN MAIR Designer CHRIS PEMSEL
Producer ALAN SHALLCROSS Director ALAN GIBSON
A BBCtv production In association with JACK LE VIEN , executive producer for LE VIEN
INTERNATIONAL PRODUCTION y LTD. and the AUSTRALIAN BROADCASTING COMMISSION including at:
9.30" News on 2 Weather

Contributors

Play By: Ian Curteis
Unknown: Franklin D. Roosevelt
Unknown: Desmond Cullum-Jones
Unknown: Derek Ensor
Unknown: Julian Fox
Unknown: Alan Halley
Unknown: Adam Norton
Composed By: Wilfred Josephs
Unknown: Shirley Seaton
Designer: Andrew MacKenzie
Artist: Eileen Mair
Designer: Chris Pemsel
Producer: Alan Shallcross
Director: Alan Gibson
Unknown: Jack Le Vien
Winston Churchill,: Timothy West
General Sir Claude Auchinleck: Patrick Allen
King George VI: Lyndon Brook
General Dwight D Eisenhower: Richard Dysart
Secretary of War Henry Stimson: Alexander Knox
General Sir Archibald Wavell: Patrick Magee
General Sir Alan Brooke: Eric Porter
General B L Montgomery: Ian Richardson
Arthur Hill: Also Starring
General George C Marshall: Joseph Cotten
Neville Chamberlain: Edward Jewesbury
Edward, Lord Halifax: Bernard Archard
General Sir Hastings Ismay: Paul Hardwick
General Sir John Dill: Peter Copley
General Sir Edmund Ironside: Noel Colemak
Clement Attlee: Barry Jackson
Paul Reynaud: Jacques Duby
General Maurice Gamelin: Andre Maranne
Brigadier-General Charles de Gaulle: Jacques Boudet
Harry Hopkins: Robert Arden
Queen Elizabeth: Amanda Walker
Anthony Eden: Richard Easton
Sir Charles Wilson: Geoffrey Keen
General Sir Harold Alexander: Terence Alexander
General Maitland Wilson: Robert Raglan
Admiral Sir Bertram Ramsay: Noel Johnson

: Alec Guinness in Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy

by JOHN LE CARRE dramatised by ARTHUR HOPCRAFT in seven parts Part 2
' Lacon sent me for you. George. It could be the road back.'
George Smiley is told a story about spies and invited to go forward and to go backwards over some very old ground.

Contributors

Unknown: John Le Carre
Dramatised By: Arthur Hopcraft
Unknown: George Smiley

: Film of the Week: Return to Earth

starring
Cliff Robertson Shirley Knight
After his historic flight to the Moon in Apollo 11, Col ' Buzz ' Aldrin, becomes a hero to the American nation and his family. But the pressures of such fame begin to tell and within two years he is hospitalised for psychiatric treatment....
This made-for-television movie is based on Aldrin's own account of his life and his return to sanity.
Produced and directed by JUD TAYLOR Written by GEORGE MALKO
Based on the book Return to Earth by EDWIN E. ' BUZZ ' ALDRIN JR and WAYNE WARGA
(First showing on British television) Films: page 27

Contributors

Unknown: Cliff Robertson
Unknown: Shirley Knight
Directed By: Jud Taylor
Written By: George Malko
Col Edwin E ' Buzz ' Aldrin Jr: Cliff Robertson
Joan Aldrin: Shirley Knight
Dr Sam Mayhill: Charles Cioffi
Col Edwin E Aldrin: Ralph Bellamy
Marianne: Stefanie Powers
Andy Aldrin: Kraig Metzinger
Jan Aldrin: Alexandra Taylor
Mike Aldrin: Tony Markes








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