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: Open University

6.25 ENgineering Non-Llnearltles t.50 Cost Benefit Analysis
7.15 Quantum Theory: Identical Particles
8.5 Calculus: The Directional Derivative
8.30 Computing: Simulation Models
8.55 The Shape of Cars to Come
9.20 Arts: Images of Protest
9.45 The Ravidasis in Birmingham
10.10 The Philosophy of Science: 2
10.35 Learning Problems
11.0 Conversing with Computers
11.25 North West Minster Community School
11.50 The Tennessee Evolution Trial
12.15 Managing Work: France
12.40 A Many Splendoured Thing? (1)
1.5 Maths: Knots
1.30 Computing: Critical Path Analyils
1.55 Stockhausen and Kontakte
2.20 Members of the Jury
2.45 Modern Art:
Abstract Expressionism (1)

: Saturday Cinema: Sing As We Go

starring Gracie Fields with John Loder , Dorothy Hyson Stanley Holloway
When the Greybeck Mill closes down the workers face a bleak future. Gracie Platt decides to look for work elsewhere - first stop Blackpool! This lively musical comedy gives Gracie Fields a memorable part in a film which has an underlying seriousness-and topicality even today - thanks to a fine screenplay by J. B. Priestley.
Screenplay by j. B. PRIESTLEY
Produced and directed by BASIL DEAN Films: page 12

Contributors

Unknown: John Loder
Unknown: Dorothy Hyson
Unknown: Stanley Holloway
Unknown: Gracie Platt
Unknown: J. B. Priestley.
Unknown: J. B. Priestley
Directed By: Basil Dean
Gracie Platt: Gracie Fields
Hugh Phillips: John Loder
Phyllis Logan: Dorothy Hyson
Policeman: Stanley Holloway
Murgatroyd Platt: Frank Pettingell
Sir William Upton: Lawrence Grossmtih
Cowboy: Morris Harvey
Maestro: Arthur Sinclair
Mme Osiris: Maire O'Neill
Nobby: Ben Field
Violet: Olive Sloane
Mrs Clotty: Margaret Yarde

: Cricket

The NatWest Bank Trophy Final
Kent v Somerset
The trophy and £13,000 are the handsome rewards for the winners of this 60-overs-a-side competition.
VIV RICHARDS , JOEL GARNER and IAN BOTHAM are the stars of a Somerset side with such ability, that should they fail, there are lesser-known players waiting to shine. Somerset start as favourites, but Kent are not at Lord's to play a supporting role and could spring a surprise.
Introduced by PETER WEST
Commentators RICHIE BENAUD JIM LAKER , TOM GRAVENEY and BOB WILLIS
TV presentation BILL TAYLOR , MIKE ADLEY Producer NICK HUNTER

Contributors

Unknown: Viv Richards
Unknown: Joel Garner
Unknown: Ian Botham
Introduced By: Peter West
Commentators: Richie Benaud
Commentators: Jim Laker
Commentators: Tom Graveney
Commentators: Bob Willis
Unknown: Bill Taylor
Unknown: Mike Adley
Producer: Nick Hunter

: Gardeners Royal

The great landscape gardener 'Capability' Brown (born in Northumberland, and later George Ill 's Surveyor to his Majesty's Gardens and Waters at Hampton Court), died 200 years ago this year. To celebrate the anniversary the present Bailiff of the Royal
Parks, Ashley Stephenson talks about his illustrious predecessor.
Producer ROGER BURGESS Editor JOHN MAPPLEBECK

Contributors

Unknown: George Ill
Talks: Ashley Stephenson
Producer: Roger Burgess
Editor: John Mapplebeck

: News and Sport

with Jan Leeming ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Jan Leeming

: Top Crown

BBC2 Invitation Pairs Crown Green Bowling Tournament The Final
Robert Hitchen , Allan Thompson v Ken Strutt , David Blackburn
This year's final promises to be another classic. Holders and No 1 Seeds, Thompson and Hitchen, had a comfortable passage to the final, while their opponents, Strutt and Blackburn, were stretched in most of their matches. With both pairs on form it's anyone's guess who will pick up the winning prize of £2,000, but we are assured of some very high-class bowling.
Introduced by Richard Duckenfleld from the Waterloo Hotel, Blackpool Commentator HARRY RIGBY
Producer KEITH PHILLIPS

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Hitchen
Unknown: Allan Thompson
Unknown: Ken Strutt
Unknown: David Blackburn
Introduced By: Richard Duckenfleld
Commentator: Harry Rigby
Producer: Keith Phillips

: Gay Rip-Off

Nine programmes from the BAFTA award-winning documentary series Circuit Eleven Miami
8: Bruce Rowe is homosexual. When he picks up a young hitch-hiker called Charles Randy Bentley, it's the start of a nightmare, which ends in bondage and burglary. His is a classic dilemma. If he says nothing, he will lose his property. If he reports the matter, he will lose his reputation. For what happened after he went kerb crawling down Biscayne Boulevard was bizarre and embarrassing, and no details will be spared when the matter comes up before Judge Richard Hickey.
Rowe's predicament is even more serious, because Miami is undergoing one of its periodic bouts of moral indignation against homosexuality. The campaign is led by the Baptist Church, spearheaded by the singer Anita Bryant, and underpinned by a peace choir, 'Cops for Christ'.
However equal he is before the law, there could hardly be a worse time than now for a man like Bruce Rowe to put his case before a jury of six good citizens of Miami.
Researcher no BOWYER
Executive producer Roger Mills
Producer MARK ANDERSON * Subtitles on Ceefax page 270

Contributors

Unknown: Bruce Rowe
Unknown: Charles Randy Bent
Unknown: Richard Hickey.
Singer: Anita Bryant
Unknown: Bruce Rowe

: Horror Triple Bill: 1

BBC2's Midnight Movie Horror r Season concludes with three Universal classics of the 30s. The Black Cat starring Boris Karloff , Bela Lugosi Two innocent honeymooners are forced by a bus crash to join the sinister Dr Verdegast in his visit to the house of the even more ' sinister Herr Poelzig , high priest of a satanic cult.
Screenplay by PETER ruric Directed by EDGAR ULMER
. Films: page 12 * Subtitles on Ceefax page 270

Contributors

Unknown: Boris Karloff
Unknown: Bela Lugosi
Unknown: Herr Poelzig
Directed By: Edgar Ulmer
Hjalmar Poelzig: Boris Narloff
Dr Verdegast: Bela Lugosi
Peter Alison: David Manners
Joan Alison: Jacqueline Wells
Karen Poelzig: Lucille Lund
Major-domo: Egon Brecher

: Cricket

The NatWest Bank Trophy Final
Kent v Somerset
PETER WEST introduces highlights of today's match at Lord's.
TV presentation BILL TAYLOR. MIKE ADLEY Producer NICK HUNTER

Contributors

Unknown: Bill Taylor.
Unknown: Mike Adley
Producer: Nick Hunter

: News on 2

with Jan Leeming ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Jan Leeming

: Horror Triple Bill: 2 Murders in the Rue Morgue

starring Bela Lugosi , Sidney Fox
Dr Mirakle, a mad scientist, is attempting to mix the blood of an ape with that of a young woman. But the ape, Eric, has other ideas, which lead to the Doctor's downfall ...
Screenplay by EDGAR ALLAN POE DirectedbyRobertfloricy
(Block and white). Films: page 12 * Subtitles on Ceefax page 270

Contributors

Unknown: Bela Lugosi
Unknown: Sidney Fox
Unknown: Edgar Allan Poe
Dr Mirakle: Bela Lugosi
Camille L'Espanays: Sidney Fox
Pierre Dupin: Leon Waycoff
Paul: Bert Roach
Prefect of Police: Brandon Hurst
Janos: Noble Johnson
Morgue keeper: D'Arcy Corrigan

: Horror Triple Bill: 3 The Raven

starring Boris Karloff , Bela Lugosi Not much Poe, but a great deal of vintage Universal mayhem. Lugosi is the brain surgeon, Dr Vollin, Karloff the escaped convict unwise enough to go to him for Dlastic surgery....
Screenplay by DAVID BOEHM
Directed by LOUIS FRIEDLANDER
. Films: page 12 * Subtitles on Ceefax page 270

Contributors

Unknown: Boris Karloff
Unknown: Bela Lugosi
Unknown: David Boehm
Directed By: Louis Friedlander
Bateman: Boris Karloff
Dr Vollin: Bela Lugosi
Jean Thatcher: Irene Ware
Jerry Holden: Lester Matthews








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