6.40 M101/16 Matrices, Networks. 7.5 Fatigue. 7.30 Maths Across the Curriculum.
Story: Mister Magnolia
Written and illustrated by QUENTIN BLAKE
Chloe Ashcroft , Ben Thomas
With side-splitting results, Stan and Ollie crack open the case of the revengeful escaped convict they had helped put away.
The Magical Indian Roadshow
Travelling entertainers from all over India are in London this summer for the ADITI 'Celebration of Life' exhibition at the Barbican Centre. This film shows some of those players living and working in their own country.
When it was first shown the Daily Mail said: '... a quite extra- ordinary film. Ostensibly about the travelling clowns, snake-charmers, acrobats, dancers, singers and puppeteers who earn their crust by touring villages, the film goes deeper to show how India's new urban culture is ousting these traditional players. The climax comes when the " beggars " choose to fight back.'
ANTHONY ISAACS and PETER JONES
Sally James and American actor and singer David Soul open a new season of ' live' summer evening entertainment with the, emphasis on music and informal conversation.
Editor PETER HERCOMBB BBC Birmingham
with subtitles, followed by Weather
The feature film starring Julie Andrews
Climb every mountain', 'Do-remi', 'Maria', and 'Eidelweiss' are just some of the songs that contributed to making this one of the most popular films ever.
Julie Andrews gives a sparkling Performance as the convent girl whose irrepressible sense of fun makes the Mother Superior doubt her vocation as a nun. Sent to be governess to seven motherless children, Maria soon has their father's stern discipline undermined - as well as his plans for a second marriage.
Screenplay by ERNEST LEHMAN , based on the stage musical by RICHARD RODGERS and OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN II. Produced and directed by ROBERT wise . Films: page 9
Captain Von Trapp:
The American novelist and short story writer John Cheever died last month. In 1977 Robert Robin son visited Cheever at his home near New York for The Book Programme.
They talked about his last major book Falconer, which was a brilliant comic account of a university professor's experiences in prison, as well as his other works. ' One doesn't write a novel saying this is about life and rebirth or about love and death. Novels are about men and women and children and dogs.'
Film editor CHRIS LOVETT
Producer WILL WYATT
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