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: Open University

C.40 Metamorphism in the Italian Alps.
7.5 Computing: String Processing. 7.30 Maths: Oscillations.

: Play School

: Closedown

: Cricket: Fifth Test

The Cornhill Insurance
Test Series
England v Australia from Old Trafford First day

: Open University

Cargo Cults,

: Six Fifty-five Special

The early evening entertainment excursion again. Among the passengers, travelling first class, of course, is that fugitive from The Good Life, actor Richard Briers. Musical guest Michala Petri

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Briers.
Unknown: Michala Petri

: Mid-Evening News

including sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather

: Best of Brass

For all enthusiasts of . brass bands, and those who just enjoy (weather permitting) lazing within earshot in the park, tonight will be a pleasure.
From The Assembly Rooms,
Derby Gerald Harrison introduces BBC2's s brass band knockout competition. Programme 6, Second Semi-final Scottish Champions
The Whitburn Burgh Band
Conducted by MAJOR PETER PARKES who battle it out for a place in the final, and a chance to win £1,000, against British Open Champions The Yorkshire Imperial Band conducted by JOHN PRYCE-JONES
Competing for the Sovereign
Award in which viewers tonight will be asked to vote for the best soloist in the series
Martin Wilson . from the Whitburn Burgh Band Steven Clayton from the Yorkshire Imperial Band
Guest supporters Douglas Brock land Barney Colehan
Judge Lieut-Col Trevor L. Sharpe
Sound NEIL MURRAY
Lighting GORDON WHITE Designer DEBBIE KNIGHT Producer KEN GRIFFIN

Contributors

Introduces: Derby Gerald Harrison
Conducted By: Major Peter Parkes
Conducted By: John Pryce-Jones
Unknown: Martin Wilson
Unknown: Steven Clayton
Unknown: Douglas Brock
Unknown: Judge Lieut-Col Trevor L. Sharpe
Designer: Debbie Knight
Producer: Ken Griffin

: The Big Sky

concludes the series of Hollywood classics by Howard Hawks, one of America's greatest directors. Starring Kirk Douglas, Dewey Martin

Hawks's spectacular adventure perfectly captures the drama and romance of America's pioneering frontier days. Set in the 1830s, The Big Sky follows a pair of tough Kentucky mountain men who drift on to a keelboat expedition heading up the Missouri river.
Films, page 11

Contributors

Screenplay: Dudley Nichols
Based on the novel by: A.B. Guthrie Jr
Produced and directed by: Howard Hawks
Jim Deakins: Kirk Douglas
Boone Caudill: Dewey Martin
Zeb: Arthur Hunnicutt
Tpal Eve: Elizabeth Threatt
Romaine: Buddy Baer
Jourdonnais: Steven Geray
Poordevil: Hank Worden
Streak: Jim Davis

: Elisabeth Schwarzkopf Masterclass

The last programme in this series featuring the outstanding soprano
Elisabeth Schwarzkopf ,
\ recorded at her first public masterclasses in this country in the Freemasons' Hall, during the 1980 Edinburgh Festival.
Christine Taylor (soprano) and Christine Cairns (mezzo-soprano) work on Lieder by Schumann and Schubert.
Accompanist ROGER VIGNOLES
Sound RON ALLAN
Lighting JAMES MAIDEN
Producer RODNEY GREENBERG

Contributors

Soprano: Elisabeth Schwarzkopf
Soprano: Christine Taylor
Mezzo-Soprano: Christine Cairns
Accompanist: Roger Vignoles
Accompanist: Sound Ron Allan
Producer: Rodney Greenberg

: Newsnight

: Cricket: Fifth Test

The Cornhill Insurance
Test Series
England v Australia
RICHIE BENAUD introduces highlights of the first day's play from Old Trafford.

Contributors

Introduces: Richie Benaud








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