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: Open University

7.40 Cargo Cults. 8.5 Looking at Cells.
8.30 M101/26 Complex Numbers. 8.55 A Milk Run. 9.20 The Surface of Mars.
9.45 Ecology. 10.10 Digital Systems. 10.35 Enzyme Purification. 11.0 Maths: Geometric Vectors. 11.25 Preparing for Summer School. 11.50 Community on Probation. 12.15 Teletext. 12.40 Floating an Oilrig 1.5 Forge Masters. 1.30 Engineering Energy.

: Cricket

The John Player League featuring
Gloucestershire v Hampshire
Gloucestershire have not lived up to the potential they showed early in the season. Captain Mike Proc ter, who can win matches almost on his own, is backed by young bowling partner Philip Bain bridge, superb opening bat Zaheer Abbas , and middle-order batsman Alastair Hignell.
Introduced by PETER WALKER ; also news of today's other fixtures. Commentators at Cheltenham JOHN ARLOTT and JIM LAKER
Television presentation
BOB DUNCAN and JOHN MCGONAGLI

Contributors

Unknown: Captain Mike Proc
Unknown: Philip Bain
Unknown: Zaheer Abbas
Unknown: Alastair Hignell.
Introduced By: Peter Walker
Unknown: Bob Duncan
Unknown: John McGonagli

: News Review

The news of the week, plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear. With John Edmunds
Editor RICHARD GAMBLE

Contributors

Unknown: John Edmunds

: Diamonds in the Sky

A series of seven programmes which examine the impact of air travel, presented by Julian Pettifer. 5: Travelling for Fun
Seven out of every ten people who fly are on holiday. Most pleasure-seekers are on package deals chasing the same ' unspoilt, beaches, beauty spots, and places of interest. What does air travel mean to them and to the places thev visit? What is the social impact of millions of package air tourists descending on countries, large and small, developed and underdeveloped? .
Travelling for Fun examines the advantages and disadvantages of mass air-tourism in a variety of spectacular and unusual locations, and questions a wide cross-section of people around the world about ' tourist pollution
Film editor DAVID LEE
Producer COLIN LUKE

Contributors

Presented By: Julian Pettifer.
Editor: David Lee

: News on 2

Weather

: Playhouse: Dalhousie's Luck

by AENEAS MACBRIDE starring and with ' Our gamble is over, Dalhousie. You'll walk at dawn tomorrow as agreed, but in case you've no mind to return, there's one fact might persuade you. On what you do hangs not only your life but hers ...'
Designer GUTHRIE HUTTON
Producer PHARIC MACLAREN Directed by ALAN COOKE BBC Scotland

Contributors

Unknown: Aeneas MacBride
Designer: Guthrie Hutton
Producer: Pharic MacLaren
Directed By: Alan Cooke
Dalhousie: Brian Cox
Capt Dove: Anthony Bate
Sarah: Anne Raitt
Patrick: Ralph Arliss
Dr Halliday: Bill Gavin
Isaac: Lain Andrew

: Peter Skellern

For the past four weeks our intrepid musician has told the musical story of his life. Now with a hit single behind him (You're a lady) the draw of the big city is too much and he returns to London with a few bob in his pocket but not much in the bank. The Demon Drink featuring the LONDON SAXOPHONE QUARTET and EQUALE BRASS with LENNIE BUSH (baSS)
HAYDN JACKSON (drums)
Written by PETER SKELLERN
Recorded on location at the Orangery, Holland Park, London, and the Black Horse. Richmond upon Thames Director SIMON BETTS
Producer KEN GRIFFITH. Preview: page 25

Contributors

Bass: Lennie Bush
Bass: Haydn Jackson
Written By: Peter Skellern
Director: Simon Betts
Producer: Ken Griffith.

: Film of the Week: The Damned

starring Dirk Bogarde, Ingrid Thulin
In the German Ruhr on the night of 27 February 1933, a rich and powerful family assemble to celebrate the birthday of the despotic Baron Joachim von Essenbeck, head of the vast Essenbeck steel-works. The party is interrupted by the news of the burning of the Reichstag in Berlin - the signal for Hitler's Nazis to take over Germany.
Films: page 23

Contributors

Screenplay: Nicola Badalucco
Screenplay: Enrico Medioli
Screenplay: Luchino Visconti
Director: Luchino Visconti
Friederich Bruckmann: Dirk Bogarde
Baroness Sophie von Essenbeck: Ingrid Thulin
Aschenbach: Helmut Griem
Elisabeth Thallman: Charlotte Rampling
Martin von Essenbeck: Helmut Berger
Olga: Florinda Bolkan
Guenther von Essenbeek: Renaud Verley
Herbert Thallman: Umberto Orsini
Baron Konstantin von Essenbeck: Rene Koldehoff
Baron Joachim von Essenbeck: Albrecht Schoenals








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