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: Open University

10.10 Parents and Teenagers: Three's Company
10.35 Open Forum: Campus on Camera
11.0 Governing Schools: The Interviewer 11. 25 Facts are Not Enough
11. SO Introduction to Chemistry and Geology

: Saturday Cinema Double Bill: The Bells Go Down

starring
Tommy Trinder , James Mason with Mervyn Johns , Philippa Hiatt Finlay Currie , Philip Friend Meriel Forbes
Ealing Studios' tribute to the men and women of the London Fire Brigade and the Auxiliary Fire Service vividly portrays the heroic exploits of an East End fire-fighting unit during the London blitz. A lively comedy drama with two of the firemen ready to answer the call whenever the bells go down.
Screenplay by STEPHEN BLACK . ROGER MACDOUGALL Produced by MICHAEL balcon Directed by BASIL dearden and at 3.35 Frieda starring
David Farrar , Glynis Johns
Flora Robson , Mai Zetterling
Today's second film also comes from Ealing but treats its wartime theme more seriously.
Helped by a German girl to escape from a prisoner-of-war camp. Robert Dawson takes her to his home in England. With the war still on, he and Frieda meet great hostility from the villagers. This compelling drama introduced Mai Zetterling to the British screen in the title role.
Screenplay ancus macphail, ronald millar Produced by michael BALCON Directed bv BASIL DEARDEN

Contributors

Unknown: Tommy Trinder
Unknown: James Mason
Unknown: Mervyn Johns
Unknown: Philippa Hiatt
Unknown: Finlay Currie
Unknown: Philip Friend
Unknown: Meriel Forbes
Play By: Stephen Black
Unknown: Roger MacDougall
Produced By: Michael Balcon
Directed By: Basil Dearden
Unknown: David Farrar
Unknown: Glynis Johns
Unknown: Flora Robson
Unknown: Mai Zetterling
Produced By: Michael Balcon
Unknown: Basil Dearden
Tommy Turk: Tommy Trinder
Ted Robbins: James Mason
Bob: Philip Friend
Sam: Mervyn Johns
Brookes: Billy Hartnell
DO MacFarlane: Finlay Currie
Nan: Philippa Hiatt
Susie: Meriel Forbes
Ma Turk: Beatrice Varley
Robert: David Farrar
Judy: Glynis Johns
Frieda: Mai Zetterling
Nell: Flora Robson
Richard: Albert Lieven
Mrs Dawson: Barbara Everest
Edith: Gladys Henson
Tony: Ray Jackson
Alan: Patrick Holt

: Charlie Chaplin

in Behind the Screen. Behind the scenes Charlie is jack-of-all-trades and master of none, but in front of the cameras he becomes the best pie thrower in the business.

: Buongiorno Italia!

14: Costa ha fatto?

: International Cricket

The World Series Cup
England v New Zealand
In an arduous series of qualifying matches in this triangular one-day competition, England play their tenth and last match. Can they achieve a place in the final and some consolation following the disappointment of losing the Ashes? RICHIE BENALD introduces highlights of today's match in Perth.
TV presentation CIIANNEL 9 Australia

Contributors

Introduces: Richie Benald

: Sight and Sound In Concert

Bringing together BBC2's Old Grey Whistle Test and Radio 1's In Concert for a regular run of TV rock concerts with stereo sound.
Thin Lizzy with Phil Lynott at the Regal Theatre, Hitchin.

For the best effect, viewers with stereo Radio 1 should turn off TV sound and position their speakers on either side of the screen, but a few feet away. Stereo headphones are an alternative.

Contributors

Thin Lizzy Bass/Vocals: Phil Lynott
Thin Lizzy Drums: Brian Downey
Thin Lizzy Lead Guitar: Scott Gorham
Thin Lizzy Keyboards: Darren Wharton
Thin Lizzy Lead Guitar: John Sykes
Introduced By: Pete Drummond
Director: Tom Corcoran
Producer: Michael Appleton

: News and Sport

with Jan Leeming ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Jan Leeming

: Saturday Briefing

Fred Emery , with two guest questioners from Fleet Street, cross-examines the men and women, whose decisions influence our lives.
Director JAN FAIRER
Producer JANINE THOMASON
Executive producer PETER kenyatta

Contributors

Unknown: Fred Emery
Director: Jan Fairer
Producer: Janine Thomason
Producer: Peter Kenyatta

: Willoughby

There are far too many people in this country just sitting about watching football on television. Such armchair sportsmen can feel guilty as 69-year-old Colonel Maurice Vere Willoughby takes to the Scottish hills-climbing and walking up them with Hamish Maclnnes. ski-ing down them with a young lady of his acquaintance.
Producer michael BEGG

Contributors

Unknown: Maurice Vere Willoughby
Unknown: Hamish MacLnnes.

: The New York Philharmonic Orchestra

conductor Zubin Mehta soloist Pinchas Zukerman perform
Beethoven's Violin Concerto and Mussorgsky's Pictures from an Exhibition (orchestrated by Ravel) in a concert recorded on United Nations Day in 1982. Directed by HUMPHREY BURTON

Contributors

Conductor: Zubin Mehta
Soloist: Pinchas Zukerman
Directed By: Humphrey Burton

: Maestro

Pat Koechlin-Smythe Show Jumper
It is nearly 20 years since Pat Smythe retired from the sport she had helped to bring to television. Her name became as synonymous with show jumping, as Stirling Moss 's was with motor racing. With her legendary horses, Tosca, Prince Hal and Flanagan, Pat rode her way into the hearts of countless viewers across the nation.
Written by FRANK KEATING
Film editor GEOFFREY BOTTERILL Producer JEFF GODDARD
(Bobby Charlton , Footballer, tomorrow
8.15)

Contributors

Unknown: Pat Koechlin-Smythe
Unknown: Pat Smythe
Unknown: Stirling Moss
Written By: Frank Keating
Editor: Geoffrey Botterill
Producer: Jeff Goddard
Unknown: Bobby Charlton

: The Bergman File

Jorn Donner talks to the celebrated Swedish film director Ingmar Bergman about his early life in Stockholm, his breakthrough into film and theatre, and the 1976 tax scandal which forced him to flee his native country.
The film also looks at artists with whom Bergman has worked, ranging from Liv Ullmann to David Carradine , and includes extracts from many of his films.
Produced and directed by JöRN DONNER

Contributors

Talks: Jorn Donner
Director: Ingmar Bergman
Unknown: Liv Ullmann
Unknown: David Carradine

: News on 2

with Jan Leeming Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Jan Leeming

: Face to Face

The last of four programmes starring Liv Ullmann Erland Josephson
Act 4: Although she is able to assure her daughter Anna that she will not try to commit suicide again, Jenny is unable to bridge the gulf that has grown between them. This new source of anxiety is dispelled as she watches her grandmother lovingly reassure her dying grandfather. A sense of reconciliation overwhelms Jenny as her life starts again.
Ingmar Bergman's own personal turmoil is reflected in this story of a shockingly quick breakdown followed by an agonising rebirth.
Written, directed and produced bV INGMAR BERGMAN
A Swedish film with English subtitles

Contributors

Unknown: Liv Ullmann
Unknown: Erland Josephson
Unknown: Ingmar Bergman
Dr Jenny Isaksson: Liv Ullmann
Dr Tomas Jacobi: Erland Josephson
Grandpa: Gunnar Bjornstrand
Grandma: Aino Taube-Henrikson
Maria: Kari Sylwan
Mrs Elizabeth Wankel: Sif Ruud
Dr Erik Isaksson: Sven Lindberg
Lady: Tore Segelcke
Dr Helmut Wankel: Ulf Johansson
Veronica: Kristina Adolphson
Mikael Stromberg: Gosta Ekman
Anna: Helene Friberg








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