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: Open University

7.40 Implementing Taylor? 8.5 Mechanics: Energy. 8.30 The Ghent Altarpiece.
8.55 Ministers / Officials / Parliament / Public. 9.20 Fixing and Floating. 9.45 Appleton House. 10.10 Feature Films as Propaganda. 10.35 Maths: Complex Integration. 11.0 Root Locus. 11.25 Frederick and Voltaire. 11.50 Air Fares.
12.15 Insect Hormones. 12.40 Genetics.
1.5 Plasticity in the Nervous System.
1.30 Lavas of Etna. 1.55 The Argument from Design. 2.20 Knottley Fields: 1

: Saturday Cinema: Time Travellers

starring
New Orleans is threatened with a mysterious epidemic, a disease known as ' Woods fever'. With the aid of a new, but experimental time machine, Dr Clinton Earn shaw and research scientist Jeff Adams make a journey back to the Chicago of 1871 in a desperate quest for a cure.
Written by JACKSON GILLIS From a story by IRWIN ALLEN and ROD SERLING Produced by IRWIN ALLEN Directed by ALEX SINGER

Contributors

Unknown: Dr Clinton Earn
Unknown: Jeff Adams
Written By: Jackson Gillis
Story By: Irwin Allen
Unknown: Rod Serling
Produced By: Irwin Allen
Directed By: Alex Singer
Dr Clinton Earnshaw: Sam Groom
Jeff Adams: Tom Hallick
Dr Henderson: Richard Basehart
Dr Henderson's daughter: Trish Stewart
Woman Scientist: Francine York
The Inventor: Booth Colman

: International Tennis

The Stella Artois
Grass Court Championships from The Queen's Club, London
Coverage of this afternoon's semi-finals.
The four players seeded to reach this stage of the tournament are
JOHN MCENROE , VITAS GERULAITIS
ROSCOE TANNER and BRIAN GOTTFRIED Introduced by BARRY DAVIES
Commentator
DAN MASKELL , JOHN BARRETT MARK COX , RICHARD EVANS
Producers
JOHNNIE WATHERSTON , JOHN PHILIPS Reports on Ceejax

Contributors

Unknown: John McEnroe
Unknown: Vitas Gerulaitis
Unknown: Roscoe Tanner
Unknown: Brian Gottfried
Introduced By: Barry Davies
Commentator: Dan Maskell
Unknown: John Barrett
Unknown: Mark Cox
Unknown: Richard Evans
Unknown: Johnnie Watherston
Unknown: John Philips

: Trooping the Colour

An edited recording of this morning's military parade when Her Majesty The Queen took the salute on Horse Guards Parade, London, on the occasion of the Sovereign's official birthday. The colour trooped was that of the 1st Battalion, Welsh Guards. Commentators
TOM FLEMING
LT-COL DAVID WEBB-CARTER , MC
Producer IAN SMITH

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Fleming
Unknown: Lt-Col David Webb-Carter
Producer: Ian Smith

: Scoop

A series of six quizzes of the News of the Week.
Barry Norman and his guests hunt needles in the haystack of the week's news.
Looking back over the last seven days are
Diane Harron
Derek Jameson Miles Kington Alan Whicker
Studio director MIKE DERBY Producer COLIN GODMAN BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Norman
Unknown: Diane Harron
Unknown: Derek Jameson
Unknown: Miles Kington
Unknown: Alan Whicker
Producer: Colin Godman

: News and Sport

Weather

: Around with Alliss

from Prestwick Golf Club, Scotland. The last in a series of six programmes in which Peter Alliss plays golf and talks with well-known people.
His guest today is Keith Mackenzie , secretary of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews, the man responsible for the administration of the world's leading golf tournament, the Open Championship.
Prestwick Golf Club was the site of the very first Open Championship played in 1860, they talk of the changes that have occurred over the years and how it has grown into a major sporting occasion which is expected to attract well over 100,000 people to Sandwich for the 110th Championship to be played at Royal St Georges, next month.
Director ALASTAIR SCOTT Producer DAVID KENNING

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Alliss
Unknown: Keith MacKenzie
Director: Alastair Scott
Producer: David Kenning

: The Levin Interviews

Bernard Levin talks to David Hockney
Tonight Levin's conversation is with DAVID HOCKNEY who has graduated successfully from the early days of fame as a popular painter, to the position of arguably the greatest of living English artists. At 43, he is still experimenting with as wide a range of styles and techniques as he did in his student days.
Assistant producer TAMASIN DAY-LEWIS Director CHRISTOPHER LEWIS Producer JOHN SHEARER BBC Bristol

Contributors

Talks: Bernard Levin
Unknown: David Hockney
Unknown: David Hockney
Producer: Tamasin Day-Lewis
Director: Christopher Lewis
Producer: John Shearer

: Film International: Violette Noziere

starring Isabelle Huppert
Stephane Audran , Jean Carmet
In 1934 the crime of Violette Noziere obsessed the whole of France. Claude Chabrol, while recreating her story, confessed that he fell in love with her before understanding her. Nobody has been able to explain the fascination of this rather ordinary, working-class girl - but Isabelle Huppert conveys her extraordinary contradictions and charisma in a memorable performance.
Violette hates the stuffy, cramped flat where she lives with her parents. Every day she escapes to the Latin Quarter to live her own life. There she falls in love - which proves a fatal mistake.
Screenplay by ODILE BARSKI
HERVE BROMBERGER and FREDERIC GRENDEL Directed by CLAUDE chabrol. Films: page 8 A French film with English sub-titles (First showing on British television)

Contributors

Unknown: Isabelle Huppert
Unknown: Stephane Audran
Unknown: Jean Carmet
Unknown: Odile Barski
Unknown: Herve Bromberger
Unknown: Frederic Grendel
Directed By: Claude Chabrol.
Violette Nozière: Isabelle Huppert
Baptiste: Jean Carmet
Germaine Noziere: Stephane Audran
Prison director: Mario David
Violette's cellmate: Bernadette Lafont
Maddy: Lisa Langlois
Jean Dabin: Jean-Francois Garreaud
Vésine-Larue: Phillipe Procot
Young Pinguet: Bernard Alane

: News on 2

Weather

: International Tennis

The Stella Artois
Grass Court Championships
Highlights of today's semi-finals played at The Queen's Club. Introduced by BARRY DAVIES Commentators
DAN MASKELL , JOHN BARRETT MARK COX , RICHARD EVANS
Producers
JOHNNIE WATHERSTON. JOHN PHILIPS

Contributors

Introduced By: Barry Davies
Unknown: Dan Maskell
Unknown: John Barrett
Unknown: Mark Cox
Unknown: Richard Evans
Unknown: Johnnie Watherston.
Unknown: John Philips

: Midnight Movie: Victim

starring
Dirk Bogarde , Sylvia Syms
Barrister Melville Farr is well aware of the risk to his career and his marriage when he decides to unmask a blackmailing gang whose victims are all homosexuals -for Farr himself is a potential victim.
In one of the most courageous British films of its time - the un-permissive early 60s-Dirk Bogarde heads a fine cast in this dramatic thriller set in London.
Screenplay by JANET GREEN and JOHN MCCORMICK
Produced by MICHAEL RELPH Directed by BASIL DEARDEN

Contributors

Unknown: Dirk Bogarde
Unknown: Sylvia Syms
Unknown: Barrister Melville Farr
Unknown: Janet Green
Unknown: John McCormick
Produced By: Michael Relph
Directed By: Basil Dearden
Melville Farr: Dirk Bogarde
Laura: Sylvia Syms
Det Insp Harris: John Barrie
Bridie: John Cairney
Harold Doe: Norman Bird
Barrett: Peter McEnery
Lord Fullbrook: Anthony Nicholls
Calloway: Dennis Price
Paul Mandrake: Peter Copley
Eddy Stone: Donald Churchill
Sandy Youth: Derren Nesbitt
Scott Hankin: Alan McNaughton
William Patterson: Noel Howlett
Henry: Charles Lloyd Pack
Insp Harris: John Barrie








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