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: Open University

7.40 Control of Education. 8.5 Microeconomics. 8.30 Argument on Television: 2
8.55 Stantonbury: A Blueprint Analysed.
9.20 The Market Town. 9.45 The Roof Over Your Head. 10.35 Instrumentation: Numerical Control. 11.0 Nuclear Power USA. 11.25 The Way of the World. 12.15 The Rod Cell. 12.40 Spectroscopy. 1.5 Conflict Brought to Light. 1.30 Zone Fossils.

: Closedown

: Saturday Cinema 1: 7th Cavalry

starring
Randolph Scott , Barbara Hale
The first of two Westerns featuring Randolph Scott stars him as Captain Tom Benson , a cavalry officer unjustly accused of cowardice. When Custer and his troops are wiped out at the Little Big Horn, Benson escapes death. To vindicate himself he volunteers for a seemingly suicidal mission: to recover Custer's body from the battlefield.
Screenplay by PETER PACKER
Produced by HARRY JOE BROWN
Directed by JOSEPH h. lewis. Films: p 10

Contributors

Unknown: Randolph Scott
Unknown: Barbara Hale
Unknown: Randolph Scott
Unknown: Tom Benson
Unknown: Peter Packer
Produced By: Harry Joe Brown
Capt Tom Benson: Randolph Scott
Martha Kellogg: Barbara Hale
Sgt Bates: Jay C Flippen
Mrs Reynolds: Jeanette Nolan
Kruger: Frank Faylen
Vogel: Leo Gordon
Dixon: Denver Pyle

: International Tennis

The Three Fives Hard Court
Championships of Great Britain from The West Hants Club.
Coverage of this afternoon's singles semi-finals and news of the doubles in which Wimbledon champions, PETER MCNAMARA and PAUL MCNAMEE. are seeded to win their first Bournemouth title. Introduced by BARRY DAVIES CommentatorsDAN MASKELL , JOHN BARRETT
MARK COX , RICHARD EVANS
Producer JOHNNIE WATHERSTON

Contributors

Unknown: Peter McNamara
Unknown: Paul McNamee.
Introduced By: Barry Davies
Commentators: Dan Maskell
Commentators: John Barrett
Unknown: Mark Cox
Unknown: Richard Evans
Producer: Johnnie Watherston

: Saturday Cinema 2: Comanche Station

starring
Randolph Scott , Nancy Gates
Scott's celebrated partnership with director Boetticher led to a string of exciting Westerns. In this tense story Scott plays Jefferson Cody , a man searching for his wife, a prisoner of the Comanches. Cody risks his life to save another captive; Mrs Lowe. Escorting her back to her husband he faces another danger; three gunslingers are out to collect a$5,000 reward on Mrs Lowe - dead or alive....
Screenplay by BURT KENNEDY. Producer and director BUDD BOETTICHER. Films: p 10

Contributors

Unknown: Randolph Scott
Unknown: Jefferson Cody
Unknown: Mrs Lowe.
Unknown: Mrs Lowe
Unknown: Burt Kennedy.
Jefferson Cody: Randolph Scott
Mrs Lowe: Nancy Gates
Ben Lane: Claude Akins
Frank: Skip Homeier
Dobie: Richard Rust
Station man: Rand Brooks
Mr Lowe: Dyke Johnson

: International Tennis

The Three Fives Hard Court
Championships of Great Britain Highlights of today's semi-finals

: News and Sport

Weather

: International Rugby Special

Wales v President's XV from Cardiff Arms Park
The final match in the Welsh Centenary season finds Wales still looking for the right mixture of experience and flair missing for most of the season.
The President's XV includes top players from New Zealand, Australia, Sout.i Africa, France, England, Scotland and Ireland, and with players like Pienaar, Irvine, Bertranne and Ella playing together in the backs, and a powerful pack including Rives and Haden and led by Bill Beaumont , a thrilling exhibition of rugby is guaranteed. Commentator BILL MCLAREN Introduced by NIGEL STARMER-SMITH
Director DEWI GRIFFITHS
Series producer Huw JONES

Contributors

Unknown: Bill Beaumont
Commentator: Bill McLaren
Introduced By: Nigel Starmer-Smith
Director: Dewi Griffiths
Producer: Huw Jones

: Living with the Neighbours

On the eve of the French Presidential Election, reporter David Jessel looks at the lives of four people from the British Isles who have made their homes in Giscard's France. One is ah English rugby international, now running a bar and a successful French rugby club; another a Welsh graduate, building nuclear power stations and enjoying the status given to civil engineers in France; the third a former BBC Foreign Correspondent, recently settled in Normandy, who sees the effect French education is having on his children; and the last, a woman teacher from Belfast, working in the ' Red Belt' of the Paris suburbs, disenchanted enough with the whole system to have become a Communist herself.
Film cameraman BUTCH CALDERWOOD
Film editor JOHN HACKNEY. Research FRANK HILTON. Executive producer JOHN REYNOLDS Producer DAVID HARRISON

Contributors

Reporter: David Jessel
Unknown: Butch Calderwood
Editor: John Hackney.
Unknown: Frank Hilton.
Producer: John Reynolds
Producer: David Harrison

: Carmen

starring Zizi Jeanmaire and Mikhail Baryshnikov
ROLAND PETIT 'S ballet version of Carmen had its premiere in London in 1949. Its star was zizi JEANMAIRE. Now, 30 years later, its very French sparkle undiminished, the ballet is danced by the ageless Zizi Jeanmaire with, as her Don Jose , one of the world's most exciting male dancers, MIKHAIL BARYSHNIKOV. with artists of the NATIONAL BALLET OF MARSEILLES designer CLAVÉ
ORCHESTRA OF THE
MARSEILLES OPERA conductor JACQUES BAZIRE
Director DICK SANDERS

Contributors

Unknown: Zizi Jeanmaire
Unknown: Mikhail Baryshnikov
Unknown: Roland Petit
Unknown: Zizi Jeanmaire
Unknown: Don Jose
Dancers: Mikhail Baryshnikov.
Conductor: Jacques Bazire
Director: Dick Sanders
Toreador: Denis Ganio
Chief bandit: Luigi Bonino

: Lacombe Lucien

The feature film starring
Pierre Blaise , Aurore Clement
Louis Malle 's powerful film of France under the German occupation abandons the tradition of heroic resistance for a more truthful picture. Lucien, a 17-year-old peasant, anxious to be part of the ' action' during the turbulent post D-Day period, offers his services to the local maquis. Rebuffed by them, he joins the Gestapo instead ...
Screenplay by LOUIS MALLE and PATRICK MODIANO
Produced and directed by LOUIS MALLE (A French film with English sub titles) (First showing on British telcrision) Films: page 10

Contributors

Unknown: Pierre Blaise
Unknown: Aurore Clement
Unknown: Louis Malle
Play By: Louis Malle
Unknown: Patrick Modiano
Directed By: Louis Malle
Lucien: Pierre Blaise
France: Aurore Clément
Albert Horn: Holger Lowenadler
Bella Horn: Thérèse Gieshe
Jean Bernard: Stéphane Bouy
Betty Beaulieu: Loumi Iacobesco
Faure: René Bouloc
Aubert: Pierre Decazes
Tonin: Jean Rougerie
Mme Lacombe: Gilberte Rivet
M Laborit: Jacques Rispal

: The Old Grey Whistle Test

The Gallic flavour of the evening continues with a special French edition of 'Le Test de l'Ancien Sifflet Gris '. In the studio, two of France's leading bands: Little Bob Story Telephone. On video: Trust
Jean-Luc Ponty plus album tracks.
Programme introduced by Anne Nightingale
Director JOHN BURROWES
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON

Contributors

Unknown: Sifflet Gris
Unknown: Jean-Luc Ponty
Introduced By: Anne Nightingale
Director: Jolin Burrowes
Producer: Michael Appleton








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