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: Open University

7.40 San Francisco Railway (2). 8.5 The Fabric of Life. 8.30 M101/27 Group Theory. 8.55 First in the Field. 9.20 Viewing with Electrons. 9.45 Ants and Acacias. 10.10 Design Strategies. 10.35 Purification of an Enzyme. 11.0 Cross-products of Vectors. 11.25 Using University Libraries. 11.50 Finance of Social Community Work. 12.15 Colour Television (1). 12.40 Modulation and Noise.
1.5 Making Light Work Out of It. 1.30 Food Co-operatives in Vermont.

: Cricket

The John Player League featuring
Middlesex v Nottinghamshire
Middlesex had a wonderful start to all the cricket competitions this season, leading the County Cham-. pionship and well placed in the John Player League.
By mid-season Wayne Daniel had already taken four wickets in a match twice, and although they may be without Test star Mike Gatting , Captain Mike Brearley has plenty of talent in reserve with Clive Radley and Graham Barlow in form to make runs.
PETER WALKER introduces the programme, which includes news of today's other fixtures.
Commentators at Lord's
JIM LAKER and TONY LEWIS
Television presentation
BOB DUNCAN and CAMPBELL FERGUSON

Contributors

Unknown: Wayne Daniel
Unknown: Mike Gatting
Unknown: Captain Mike Brearley
Unknown: Clive Radley
Unknown: Graham Barlow
Introduces: Peter Walker
Unknown: Bob Duncan

: News Review

News of the week plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear. With Peter Woods
Editor RICHARD GAUBLI

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Woods
Editor: Richard Gaubli

: The World About Us

Osprey
Narrator ROBERT POWELL
How does a three-pound hawk with a five-foot wing span survive a 50mph splashdown? How does it actually catch and carry a flashing, slithering trout half its own weight? ,
Each year 30,000 people make a pilgrimage to Loch Garten , Speyside, to glimpse ospreys, yet only with patience and high-speed filming can you truly see the real action in the world of the osprey.
A revealing portrait of one oi the world's most spectacular fishing birds.
Filmed and directed by HUGH MILKS
An RSPB film
Series editors PETER JONES and ANTHONY ISAACS
BBC Bristol. Woddis On: page 78

Contributors

Narrator: Robert Powell
Unknown: Loch Garten
Directed By: Hugh Milks
Editors: Peter Jones

: Edinburgh International Festival

Opening Concert
BBC2 joins with Radio J in stereo to relay the whole of tonight's opening concert from the 34th
Edinburgh Festival, live from the Usher Hall.
Riccardo Muti conducts the Philharmonia Orchestra leader CARL PINI with solo Dianist
Peter Frankl and the Edinburgh Festival Chorus Part 1: Beethoven Choral Fantasia
Piano Concerto No 3, in c minor Introduced by MARY MARQUIS
Sound BOB GILLIS , TONY KIME Lighting JAMES MAIDEN
Director RODNEY GREENBERG
(Concert mounted with the support of the Scottish Provident Institution)
For the best effect viewers with stereo Radio 3 should turn off TV sound and position their speakers on either side of the screen, but a few feet away. Stereo headphones provide a suitable alternative

Contributors

Unknown: Riccardo Muti
Leader: Carl Pini
Unknown: Peter Frankl
Introduced By: Mary Marquis
Introduced By: Sound Bob Gillis
Director: Rodney Greenberg

: * News on 2

Weather

: Sabina Sanchez

and the Art of Embroidery
An old Zapotec Indian woman, one of the last Mexicans to practise a vanishing form of folk art in her embroidery, remembers her past, and fears for the future of her craft.
Produced by JUDITH BRONOWSKI and ROBERT GRANT

Contributors

Produced By: Judith Bronowski
Produced By: Robert Grant

: * Edinburgh International Festival

Opening Concert
BBC2 rejoins Radio 3 in stereo for part 2 of tonight's concert at the Usher Hall. Schubert
Symphony No 9, in c major
(Sunday 7 September on BBC1: Claudio Abbado conducts the Berlioz Te Deum at the Edinburgh Festival)

Contributors

Unknown: Claudio Abbado

: Grand Prix

featuring Motor Racing's Formula One World Championship The Austrian Grand Prix
Highlights of this afternoon's race on the Oesterreichring at Zeltweg. Commentators
MURRAY WALKER and JAMES HUNT
Television presentation by the AUSTRIAN TV SERVICE
Editor JONATHAN MARTIH

Contributors

Unknown: Murray Walker
Editor: Jonathan Martih

: Film of the Week: Jealousy, Italian Style

starring
Marcello Mastroianni
Monica Vitti , Giancarlo Giannini
Marcello Mastroianni 's portrayal of a jealous Roman bricklayer won him the Cannes Film Festival Best Actor award in Ettore Scola 's satirical comedy about the Italian working class.
Early one morning a police car stops in the Rome fruit and vegetable market. A tousled man gets out. He is Oreste, a bricklayer, handcuffed and dazed. He is joined by a pizza-maker named Nello and, together, they try to explain to the police the events that led to the stabbing of a beautiful flower-seller.
Screenplay by AGENORE INCROCCI FURIO SCARPELLI , ETTORE SCOLA Directed by ETTORE SCOLA
(An Italian film with English sub-titles) (First showing on British television) Films: page 18

Contributors

Unknown: Marcello Mastroianni
Unknown: Monica Vitti
Unknown: Giancarlo Giannini
Unknown: Marcello Mastroianni
Unknown: Ettore Scola
Unknown: Agenore Incrocci
Unknown: Furio Scarpelli
Unknown: Ettore Scola
Directed By: Ettore Scola
Oreste: Marcello Mastroianni
Adelaide: Monica Vitti
NellO: Giancarlo Giannini
Ugo: Manolo Zarzo
Silvana: Marisa Merlini
Ambleto Di Meo: Hercules Cortez
Antonia: Josefina Serratosa
District Head of Communist Party: Fernando Sanchez Polak
Adelaide's friend: Giola Desideri
Antonia's son: Juan Diego
Pizza-maker: Bruno Scipioni
Lawyer: Giuseppe Maffioli
President of Police Tribunal: Corrado Gaipa
Flower-sellers: Paola Natale
Flower-sellers: Nerina Montagnani








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