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: Open University

6.25-6.50 Imaging the eye
7.15 Herod and Judaea
7.40 Mental Health - Whittingham
8.5 Fishing Quotas
8.30FieldGeology.Arran
8.55 Meanings of Madness. 3
9.20 Maths. Modelling Games
9.45 Control of Technology: China
10.10 Gas and Steam Turbines
10.35 Geochemical Mapping
11.0 Whales and Whaling
11.25 James Bond : 7
11.50 Plant Propagation
12.15 Geology: The Capitan Reef
12.40 The Social Primate: Growing Up
1.5 IATA: Tel Aviv Negotiations
1.30 Fourier Analysis

Contributors

Unknown: James Bond

: Sunday Grandstand

Introduced by David Icke

Contributors

Introduced By: David Icke

: * Cricket

The John Player League
The final round of this popular 40 overs-a-side competition. Commentators JIM LAKER,
CHRISTOPHER MARTIN-JENKINS and PETER WALKER.

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Martin-Jenkins
Unknown: Peter Walker.

: * Motor Racing

from Monza The Italian Grand Prix ALAIN PROST still heads the world drivers' championship, but the chasing group includes RENE ARNOUX and PATRICK TAMBAY. Commentators
MURRAY WALKER and JAMES HUNT

Contributors

Unknown: Rene Arnoux
Unknown: Patrick Tambay.
Unknown: Murray Walker
Unknown: James Hunt

: * Eventing

The Burghley Remy Martin Horse Trials
RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD looks back on the dressage and cross-country phases and introduces today's final stage, the show jumping. Commentators
MICHAEL TUCKER and HUGH THOMAS
* The above timings indicate the first of several transmissions. TV presentation: Cricket BOB DUNCAN
Motor racing ITALIAN TV SERVICE Horse trials FRED VINER
Studio director DOUG HAMMOND
Assistant editor JOHN ROWLINSON Producer MARTIN HOPKINS Editor MIKE MURPHY

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Tucker
Unknown: Hugh Thomas
Director: Doug Hammond
Editor: John Rowlinson
Editor: Mike Murphy

: News Review

Plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear. with Nicholas Witchcll

Contributors

Unknown: Nicholas Witchcll

: Barry at Blenheim

Barry Manilow , a former Brooklyn bar pianist who has become one of show business's most charismatic stars, takes over one of England's stateliest homes as the setting for his major appearance in the UK this year.
He parades all the Manilow magic in this special open air concert recently recorded in the grounds of Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire and includes all of his previous staggering hits, as well as his latest chart success 'You're looking hot tonight '.
Engineering managers
DEREK PRICE, BOB CHAPLIN , GEOFF TAYLOR Sound CHRIS HOLCOMBE
Executive producer jim DUMIGHAN Producer JOHN G. SMITH BBC Pebble Mill
(Part two next Sunday)

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Manilow
Unknown: Bob Chaplin
Unknown: Geoff Taylor
Producer: Jim Dumighan
Producer: John G. Smith

: American Wing at the Met

The first of two films on the arts of America 1650-1914
Presented by Vincent Scully
American art before Jackson Pollock is little known and rarely seen in Europe. Even American critics tend to stress its European roots and derivative styles.
VINCENT SCULLY , Professor of Fine Art at Yale University, believes otherwise. With passionate enthusiasm he explores the uniquely American character of the collections in the Metropolitan Museum of Art's new American wing. He finds stimulating connections between painting, sculpture, architecture, furniture and silver in the galleries and period rooms. But he also travels far from the museum to relate art to history and landscape.
From the colonial settlers' first homes on the continent to the vast canvases inspired by the trek west, to the skyscrapers of New York, he shows how American art manifests a special flavour.
A co-production of WNET and the METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART. New York. in association with the BBC. executive producer for WNET GEORGE PAGE. for MMA KARL KATZ and CAROLINE KENNEDY Produced and directed by LORNA PEGRAM

Contributors

Presented By: Vincent Scully
Unknown: Jackson Pollock
Unknown: Vincent Scully
Unknown: Caroline Kennedy
Directed By: Lorna Pegram

: The US Open Tennis Championships

featuring
The Men's Singles Final Live coverage from Flushing Meadow, New York. Introduced by Desmond Lynam
Jimmy Connors won this title last year beating the Czech Ivan Lendl in four sets. Since then Connors has suffered a shock early defeat in his defence of the Wimbledon Championships while John McEnroe regained the title he had won in 1981 with a display of near-perfect tennis. Commentators
DAN MASKELL and MARK COX
Television presentation CBS Producers
JOHNNIE WATHERSTON , CAMPBELL FERGUSON Editor HAROLD AXDERSON

Contributors

Introduced By: Desmond Lynam
Introduced By: Jimmy Connors
Unknown: Ivan Lendl
Unknown: John McEnroe
Unknown: Dan Maskell
Unknown: Johnnie Watherston
Unknown: Campbell Ferguson
Editor: Harold Axderson

: Midnight Movie: The Man from Del Rio

Starring Anthony Quinn and Katy Jurado

After shooting three men in the frontier town of Mesa, a friendless Mexican hobo is appointed a sheriff. But winning the respect of the townspeople involves running the saloon owner - a former gun-slinger - out of Mesa...
Anthony Quinn plays the unlikely hero of this unusual Western.
Films: page 17

Contributors

Screenplay: Richard Carr
Producer: Robert L. Jacks
Director: Harry Horner
Dave Robles: Anthony Quinn
Estella: Katy Jurado
Ed Bannister: Peter Whitney
Doc Adams: Douglas Fowley
Bill Dawson: John Larch
Breezy Morgan: Whit Bissell
Jack Tilman: Douglas Spencer
Fred Jasper: Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams








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