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: Open University

6.25 Ecology
6.50 Recycling Domestic Refuse
7.15 Topology: Flows
7.40 Structural Power: 2
8.5 Unemployment in Clwyd
8.30 Interpretation in the Arts
8.55 Display and Recording
9.20 Punjab to Britain: 1
9.45 The People's Game
10.10 Maths: Complex Analysis
10.35 Learning Problems
11.0 Comparing Trades Unions: 1
11.25 Cost Benefit Analysis
11.50 Continental Can at the EEC
12.15 Reading: Resource Development
12.40 Shoreflelds School
1.5 Pure Maths: Knots
1.30 The Philosophy of Science: 2
1.55 Redlining the City
2.20 Volunteers and Self-sufficiency
2.45 Modern Art: Pollock

: Saturday Cinema: Second Chance

starring
Robert Mitchum Linda Darnell Jack Palance
Russ Lambert , a disillusioned boxer, and Clare Shepperd , a gangster's fugitive girlfriend, meet in Mexico where they are trying to rebuild their lives. However, their growing romance is shadowed by a killer sent to ensure that Clare can never testify against her ex-lover.
This tense thriller follows the two men's conflict which climaxes in a deadly struggle in a crippled cable car.
Written by OSCAR MILLARD and SYDNEY BOEHM
Produced by SAM WIESENTHAL Directed by RUDOLPH MATE
● FILMS: page 19

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Mitchum
Unknown: Linda Darnell
Unknown: Jack Palance
Unknown: Russ Lambert
Unknown: Clare Shepperd
Written By: Oscar Millard
Produced By: Sam Wiesenthal
Directed By: Rudolph Mate
Russ Lambert: Robert Mitchum
Clare Shepperd: Linda Darnell
Cappy: Jack Palance
Conductor: Sandro Giglio
Vasco RODOLPHO: Hoyos Jr
Mr Woburn: Reginald Sheffield
Mrs Woburn: Margaret Brewster

: Cricket

The NatWest Bank Trophy Final
Middlesex v Kent Further coverage.
Introduced by PETER WEST
If the result is not known by
7.25, coverage will continue until close of play.

Contributors

Introduced By: Peter West

: * News and Sport

with Jan Leeming ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Jan Leeming

: * The Sky at Night

The Orange World of Titan
Titan, Saturn's largest moon, is one of the most remarkable bodies in the Solar System.
With its dense orange clouds and its nitrogen atmosphere, it may have a deep ocean made up of methane, with cliffs of solid methane and a steady drip of methane rain.
Patrick Moore talks about this extraordinary 'Earth in deep freeze'.
Producer PIETER MORPURGO

Contributors

Talks: Patrick Moore
Producer: Pieter Morpurgo

: Postscript: J. B. Priestley Remembered

Robert Robinson recalls the great Englishman of letters who died last month.
Priestley, born in Bradford in 1894, remained throughout his life the straightforward
Yorkshireman, scourge of the literary establishment and champion of the common man. In the war, his Postscripts on the BBC caught the imagination of the nation. His output was prodigious: 33 novels, 38 plays and hundreds of essays. He said unassumingly of himself: 'I don't have any genius but a hell of a lot of talent'. With Angus Wilson, Malcolm Muggeridge, Michael Foot, Beryl Bainbridge, Malcolm Bradbury and his widow Jacquetta Hawkes.

Contributors

Presenter: Robert Robinson
Interviewee: Angus Wilson
Interviewee: Malcolm Muggeridge
Interviewee: Michael Foot
Interviewee: Beryl Bainbridge
Interviewee: Malcolm Bradbury
Interviewee: Jacquetta Hawkes
Producer: David Cheshire
Executive Producer: Timothy Gardam

: * Derek Bourgeois - Composer

A film portrait of Derek Bourgeois who has taken over as musical director of the National Youth Orchestra.
From the peaceful solitude of his home in the Wye Valley, he writes music that defies fashion. Not for him the tuneless discord favoured by many of his contemporaries: he prefers melody and rhythm. Photography DAVID SAUNDERS
Film editor BERNARD GOODSALL Producer MARGARET BENTON

Contributors

Unknown: Derek Bourgeois
Editor: Bernard Goodsall
Producer: Margaret Benton

: * Cutting it Short

starring
Jiri Schmitzer
Magda Vasaryova Jaromir Hanzlik
The happy - if humdrum - marriage of Francin and Marja is shaken into life by the arrival of Francin's brother Pepin, a loud-mouthed live wire who wreaks havoc wherever he goes. To the sensitive Francin, Pepin's idiocies are a torment: to Marja he's a new lease of life.
Wntten by BOHUMIL HRABAL Directed by JIRI MENZEL
(A Czechoslovak film with English subtitles. First showing on British television)
9 FILMS: page 19

Contributors

Unknown: Jiri Schmitzer
Unknown: Magda Vasaryova
Unknown: Jaromir Hanzlik
Directed By: Jiri Menzel
Francin: Jiri Schmitzer
Marja: Magda Vasaryova
Pepin: Jaromir Hanzlik
Dr Gruntorad: Rudolf Hrusinsky
Ruzicka: Oldrich Vlach
Vejvoda: Frantisek Rehak

: * News on Two

with Jan Leeming ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Jan Leeming

: * Cricket

The NatWest Bank Trophy Final: Highlights








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