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: Open University

6.25 Chemical Processes - Catalysis
6.50 Genes. Goals and Supergoals
7.16 The Universe Tomorrow
7.40 Gender and Race: The Urban Comprehensive
8.5 Psychology: Understanding Aggro
8.30 Science: The Fabric of Life
8.55 Meanings of Madness: 1
9.20 Maths: Group Theory
9.45 Chile in the International System
10.10 The Man of Mode by George Etherege
11.0 A Woman's Place
11.25 Managing Work: England
11.50 Biology: Form and Function
12.15 pm Energy Resources: Uranium
12.40 Vision and Design
1.5 Barnacle Geese
1.30 Maths Methods: The Exam

Contributors

Unknown: George Etherege

: Sunday Grandstand

Introduced by Desmond Lynam
2.0
Motor Racing from Zeltweg
The Austrian Grand Prix
Home fixture for LAUDA-close, but still away, for PROST. Team orders from McLaren say nothing about road manners-he who leads, wins. Commentator MURRAY WALKER.
3.15*
Swimming from Blackpool
The Optrex ASA Championships
Second day of the nationals. ALAN WEEKS and HAMILTON BLAND, fresh from their successes in Los Angeles, get back to their roots. They'll do anything for a commentary.
4.15*
Golf from Fulford Club, York
Master golfer BILLY CASPER could well be in the frame when the leaders come into view. He's seen it all before but of course another 920,000 could always come in handy.
Commentators CLIVE CLARK
BRUCE CRITCHLEY and ALEX HAY
Television presentation:
Golf HAROLD ANDERSON , RICHARD TILLING Swimming ALASTAIR SCOTT Motor Racing ORS
Assistant editor Grandstand BRIAN BARWICK Producer Grandstand MARTIN HOPKINS Editor Grandstand JOHN philips
* These timings are approximate and indicate only the first of several visits.

Contributors

Introduced By: Desmond Lynam
Commentator: Murray Walker.
Unknown: Billy Casper
Commentators: Clive Clark
Unknown: Bruce Critchley
Unknown: Harold Anderson
Unknown: Alastair Scott
Editor: Grandstand Brian Barwick

: News Review

A digest of the news of the week and other world matters of interest seen by news cameras around the world: plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear. with Jan Leeming

Contributors

Unknown: Jan Leeming

: Arthur Negus Enjoys

Polesden Lacey , Surrey with Hugo Morley-Fletcher
A house once used for entertaining Edwardian society provides the perfect place for Arthur to admire the quality of the furniture while Hugo Morley-Fletcher examines some of the finest European porcelain ever made.
Director DAVID MITCHELL Producer ROBIN DRAKE BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Polesden Lacey
Unknown: Hugo Morley-Fletcher
Unknown: Hugo Morley-Fletcher
Director: David Mitchell
Producer: Robin Drake

: News on Two

with Jan Leeming Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Jan Leeming

: Marie Curie

A series in five parts by ELAINE MORGAN
3: 1898. The sceptical reaction to the discovery of polonium has made Marie determined to establish the existence of radium beyond question. She and Pierre embark on the daunting task of separating a minute amount of pure substance from tons of ore.
Incidental music CARL DAVIS Producer PETER GOODCHILD
Directed by JOHN GLENISTER

Contributors

Unknown: Elaine Morgan
Music: Carl Davis
Producer: Peter Goodchild
Directed By: John Glenister
as Marie Curie with: Jane Lapotaire
as Pierre Curie: Nigel Hawthorne
and as Eugene Curie: Maurice Denham
Estelle: Louise Barclay
Dean: Michael Poole
Jean Perrin: Hugh Dickson
Henriette Perin: Sally Home
Bohn: Tim Meats
Irene Curie: Kellie Byrne
Paul Langevin: Peter Birrel
Prof Lippmann: James Berwick
Prof Appell: Richard Bebb
Ernest Rutherford: Clive Graham
Mary Rutherford: Anna Bentinck
Jeanne Langevin: Madeline Bellamy
Doctor: Harold Goldblatt

: A Moment to Talk

A series of ten programmes in which men and women on the industrial production line stop for a breather - and to talk about their lives, jobs and concerns.
7: YTS Trainees
Tyne North Engineering Centre, Wallsend
Film cameraman STEVE SAUNDERSON Film editor GREG MILLER
Producer PHILIP DONNELLAN

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Saunderson
Editor: Greg Miller
Producer: Philip Donnellan

: The Levin Interviews

Bernard Levin talks to
Sir Roy Strong , who has been Director of the Victoria and Albert Museum for ten years, and has combined a dashing style with a series of scholarly historical works, notably about the Tudors, the Stuarts, and the Victorians. He has also been Director of the National Portrait Gallery, where he was responsible for a series of spectacular exhibitions, acting on his conviction that 'to bring life and people into the museum is absolutely essential'.
Researcher BETKA ZAMOYSKA
Producer CHRIS HUNT. BBC Bristol

Contributors

Talks: Bernard Levin
Unknown: Sir Roy Strong
Unknown: Albert Museum
Producer: Chris Hunt.

: Mendelssohn

1809-1847
In the second programme of the series, the Octet in E flat is performed by members of the Melos Ensemble of London Hugh Maguire (violin) Nicholas Ward (violin) Patrick Ireland (viola) Terence Weil (cello) with Andrew McGee (violin) Trevor Connah (violin) Kenneth Essex (viola) Keith Harvey (cello)
Introduced by Brian Kay Sound FRANK MCCARTHY Lighting TONY SCOTT
Series producer J. MERVYN Williams Director ANDREW quick. BBC Wales

Contributors

Violin: Nicholas Ward
Viola: Patrick Ireland
Cello: Terence Weil
Violin: Andrew McGee
Violin: Trevor Connah
Viola: Kenneth Essex
Cello: Keith Harvey
Introduced By: Brian Kay
Unknown: Frank McCarthy

: Richard Burton in The Spy Who Came in From the Cold

The first of four films as a tribute to one of the screen's most memorable actors with Claire Bloom, Oscar Werner The finest-and most successful-adaptation of a John Ie Carre novel to the big screen. Richard Burton gives one of his finest performances as Leamas, a British Intelligence agent forced into a plot to discredit the KGB. The seedy world of spying and counter-espionage is portrayed by a fine British cast, including Rupert Davies as the first personification of the now famous 'Smiley'.
Screenplay by PAUL DEHN , GUY TROSPER Based on the novel by JOHN LE carre Produced and directed by MARTIN ritt

Contributors

Unknown: Oscar Werner
Unknown: John Ie Carre
Unknown: Richard Burton
Unknown: Rupert Davies
Play By: Paul Dehn
Unknown: , Guy Trosper
Novel By: John Le Carre
Directed By: Martin Ritt
Alec Leamas: Richard Burton
Nan Perry: Claire Bloom
Fiedler: Oscar Werner
Hans-Dieter Mundt: Peter van Eyck
Peters: Sam Wanamaker
East German defence attorney: George Voskovec
Smiley: Rupert Davies
Control: Cyril Cusack
Ashe: Michael Hordern
Carlton: Robert Hardy
Patmore: Bernard Lee
President of tribunal: Beatrix Lehmann
Old judge: Esmond Knight

: Grand Prix

The 1984 Formula One World Championship
Austrian Grand Prix
Who would bet against an Austrian winning in Austria? The records show that it's never happened, but NIKI LAUDA, just 41 points behind ALAIN
PROST in the Drivers' Championship, could be the first.
There can be little doubt that the championship is a two-horse race, even if both riders are on the same horse. The McLaren domination continued in Germany a fortnight ago with another one-two. But McLaren have never won here and, should they fail again, watch out for Britain's DEREK WARWICK in the Renault and the Lotus pair of NIGEL MANSELL and ELIO DE ANGELIS. Commentators
MURRAY WALKER , JAMES HUNT
Television presentation ORF Producer ROGER MOODY

Contributors

Unknown: Derek Warwick
Unknown: Nigel Mansell
Unknown: Murray Walker

: Star Brass

Thirty minutes of non-stop music, with songs from Lorna Dallas and French horn solos from Ifor James. The Agnes Street Band conductor Ernest Ruddock
Designer JOHN ARMSTRONG Lighting GEORGE CAMPBELL Sound RICK LAWRENCE
Production ALAN TONGUE

Contributors

Unknown: Ifor James.
Conductor: Ernest Ruddock
Designer: John Armstrong
Unknown: Rick Lawrence








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