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: Open University

7.40 The Face of Italy. 8.5 Control of Education. 8.30 Victorian Moral Paint, ing. 8.55 Social Skills Therapy (1). 9.20
The Consultant. S.45 Reunion. 10.10 The Ghost Sonata. 11.0 Resources for a City.
11.25 Heterosis. 11.50 Educational Research Methods. 12.15 A Matter of Geometry. 12.40 English Furniture of the 30s 1.5 Market Demonstrator. 1.30 Cubic Splines 1.55 Maths - Oscillations. 2.21 Maths Across the Curriculum,

: Interval

: Saturday Cinema: The Merry Widow

starring
Lana Turner , Fernando Lamas
To save his country from bankruptcy, the King of Marshovia orders the reluctant Count Danilo to court and marry the wealthy widow Radek. Their scheme misfires when Crystal Radek discovers the plan and changes places with her secretary.
This 1952 colourful and lavish version of Lehar's famous operetta stars Lana Turner as the beautiful young American widow and Fernando Lamas as the count who woos her.
Screenplay by SONYA LEVIEN , WILLIAM LUDWIG Produced by JOE PASTERNAK
Directed by CURTIS BERNHARDT. Films: p 15

Contributors

Unknown: Lana Turner
Unknown: Fernando Lamas
Unknown: Crystal Radek
Unknown: Lana Turner
Unknown: Fernando Lamas
Unknown: Sonya Levien
Unknown: William Ludwig
Produced By: Joe Pasternak
Directed By: Curtis Bernhardt.
Crystal Radek: Lana Turner
Count Danilo: Fernando Lamas
Kitty Riley: Una Merkel
Baron Popoff: Richard Haydn
King of Marshovia: Thomas Gomez
Marshovian Ambassador: John Abbott
Police sergeant: Marcel Dalio
Nitki: King Donovan
Marquis de Crillon: Robert Coote

: Cricket: Fourth Test

The Cornhill Insurance Test Series
England v West Indies from The Oval Third day
PETER WEST introduces live coverage of this afternoon's play.

: A Horse of Us Own

A maidens' race at Chester; hardly the highlight of the flat season, but for the group of Yorkshiremen who own one of the horses running it's just as important as any classic. They've decided to dabble in what is traditionally regarded as a wealthy man's game. But the dreams of riches are not easily turned to reality. Now they badly need a winner.
Producer TIM EWART

Contributors

Producer: Tim Ewart

: News and Sport

Weather

: Dallas

For Love or Money: Sue Ellen finally rebels against J.R.'s continuing infidelity - and breaks the rules herself.
(Another episode on Monday at 8.15)

Contributors

Ellie Ewing: Barbara Bel Geddes
Jock Ewing: Jim Davis
J R Ewing: Larry Hagman
Sue Ellen Ewing: Linda Gray
Bobby Ewing: Patrick Duffy
Pamela Ewing: Victoria Principal
Lucy Ewing: Charlene Tilton

: Nine Lives

A season of film biographies of artists and musicians.
Getting Away with Murder or The Childhood of Claude Chabrol
An Omnibus film about the greatest exponent of crime films since Hitchcock.
'I like to see people kill other people. Murder in films adds a little spice, makes the audience feel they haven't wasted their evening.'
Claude Chabrol , director of films like Blood Wedding, The Butcher, The Beast Must Die, narrates his own - sometimes tongue-in-cheek - autobiography. Scenes from his childhood are re-enacted by the Chabrol family, with a special appearance by Stephane Audran , Chabrol's wife, and star of many of his films,
' I prefer to see blood spilt in bourgeois homes - like to see them suffer a little.'
Introducing Thomas Chabrol as the young Claude.
Provocative and constantly entertaining ... A new and ambitious approach to TV biography. (THE GUARDIAN) Film editor PAUL HUMFRESS
Director ALAN YENTOB

Contributors

Unknown: Claude Chabrol
Unknown: Claude Chabrol
Unknown: Stephane Audran
Unknown: Thomas Chabrol
Editor: Paul Humfress
Director: Alan Yentob

: The Hong Kong Beat

Nine documentary programmes which take a close look at a controversial police force in action. 3: The Bamboo Curtain
Hong Kong keeps its precarious hold on the rump of China by the grace of Peking. A delicate and unspoken code of behaviour exists between the two countries, which is practical and by which neither loses face.
But much to the embarrassment of HM Government, a lot of Chinese want to get out of China to Hong Kong. Without visas, their best hope of reaching freedom is to swim. But there are also the patrol boats of the Royal Hong Kong Police. Whatever his private feelings, each captain knows what he must do if he comes across freedom swimmers.
Film recordist MIKE SAVAGE Producer JOHN PURDIE

Contributors

Unknown: Mike Savage
Producer: John Purdie

: Cricket: Fourth Test

The Cornhill Insurance Test Series
England v West Indies from The Oval Third day
RICHIE BENAUD with highlights

Contributors

Unknown: Richie Benaud

: Horror Double Bill: The Curse of the Werewolf

continuing the season of Midnight Movies to thrill, shock and chill
starring Oliver Reed, Clifford Evans
A colourful Hammer horror embroidery of Guy Endore's novel, "The Werewolf of Paris". In this lavish period piece set in 18th-century Spain, Oliver Reed plays Leon, doomed by the circumstances of his birth to an unholy fate!
Films: p 15

Contributors

Screenplay: John Elder
Based on the Novel by: Guy Endore
Producer: Anthony Hinds
Director: Terence Fisher
Alfredo: Clifford Evans
Leon: Oliver Reed
Servant girl: Yvonne Romain
Christina: Catherine Feller
Marques Siniestro: Anthony Dawson
Marquesa: Josephine Llewellyn
Beggar: Richard Wordsworth
Teresa: Hira Talfrey
Priest: John Gabriel
Pepe Valiente: Warren Mitchell
Rosa Valiente: Anne Blake
Dominique: George Woodbridge
Old soak: Michael Ripper
Don Fernando: Ewen Solon
Don Enrique: Peter Sallis
Jose: Martin Matthews

: News on 2

Weather

: Return Call to Brass Tacks

Babies of Convenience?
The experts had their say in last Monday's programme. Now
Eric Robson reports on what the Brass Tacks audience has been saying on where women should be encouraged to have their babies-in homes or in hospital.
Studio director GEORGE GREEN
Producer CHRISTOPHER WALMSLEY
Editor ALAN DOBSON. BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown: Eric Robson
Producer: Christopher Walmsley
Editor: Alan Dobson.

: Horror Double Bill: From Beyond the Grave

starring Peter Cushing, David Warner, Ian Carmichael, Ian Bannen, Donald Pleasance, Ian Ogilvy.
In a small antique shop in London's East End, all tastes are catered for. But the customers let themselves in for more than they bargain for when they buy at - Temptations Limited'. Peter Cushing stars as the old proprietor who delivers a gruesome and terrible surprise with every purchase.
Screenplay by ROBIN CLARKE and RAYMOND CHRISTODOULOU , based on the stories by R. CHETWYND-HAYES
Directed by KEVIN CONNOR. Films: p IS (First showing on British television)

Contributors

Written By: Robin Clarke and Raymond Christodoulou
Based on the Stories By: R. Chetwynd-Hayes
Directed By: Kevin Connor.
The Proprietor: Peter Cushing
Edward: David Warner
Reggie: Ian Carmichael
Mabel: Diana Dors
Lowe: Ian Bannen
Mme Orloff: Margaret Leighton
Underwood: Donald Pleasence
Susan: Nyree Dawn Porter
William Seaton: Ian Ogilvy
Rosemary Seaton: Lesley-Anne Down
Sir Michael: Jack Watson
Emily: Angela Pleasence
Pamela: Wendy Allnutt








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