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: Open University

11.0 Open Forum: AD 2000 Technology Conference
11.25 Software Engineering
11.50 Widowhood
12.15 Understanding Pregnancy: Birth

: Saturday Cinema 1: Dinner at Eight

starring
Jean Harlow
Marie Dressier
John Barrymore Wallace Beery
Lionel Barrymore
The lives and loves of a group of New Yorkers come together in a series of dramatic events as they prepare for a society dinner. MGM's boast of having
'more stars than there are in heaven' is borne out by the dazzling cast which includes Jean Harlow as the self-seeking wife of an unscrupulous millionaire.
Screenplay by FRANCES MARION and HERMAN J. MANKIEWlCZ based on the play by GEORGE S. KAUFMAN and EDNA FERBER
Produced by DAVID O. SELZNICK Directed by GEORGE CUKOR
0 FILMS: page 31

Contributors

Unknown: Jean Harlow
Unknown: Marie Dressier
Unknown: John Barrymore
Unknown: Wallace Beery
Unknown: Lionel Barrymore
Unknown: Jean Harlow
Unknown: Frances Marion
Unknown: Herman J. Mankiewlcz
Play By: George S. Kaufman
Directed By: George Cukor
Carlotta Vance: Marie Dressler
Larry Renault: John Barrymore
Dan Packard: Wallace Beery
Kitty Packard: Jean Harlow
Oliver Jordan: Lionel Barrymore
Max Kane: Lee Tracy
Dr Talbot: Edmund Lowe
Mrs Jordan: Billie Burke
Paula Jordan: Madge Evans
Jo Stengel: Jean Hersholt
Mrs Talbot: Karen Morley
Hattie Loomis: Louise Closser Hale
Mrs Wendel: May Robson
Ed Loomis: Grant Mitchell
Miss Alden: Phoebe Foster
Tina: Hilda Vaughn
Fosdick: Harry Beresford

: Saturday Cinema 2: Lola Montes

starring
Martine Carol Peter Ustinov
Anton Walbrook Oskar Wemer Max OphUls 's glittering picture of the notorious Lola Montes is shown as a tribute to Oskar Werner , the distinguished
Austrian actor who died on 23 October. Reduced to exhibiting herself in a circus ring, Lola re-enacts her scandalous career as a femme fatale.
Written by MAX OPHULS , JACQUES NATANSON. ANNETTE WADEMANT and FRANZ GEIGER. Produced by RALPH BAUM and ALBERT CARACO Directed by MAX ophuls
(A French film with English subtitles)
.FILMS: page 31

Contributors

Unknown: Martine Carol
Unknown: Peter Ustinov
Unknown: Anton Walbrook
Unknown: Oskar Wemer
Unknown: Max Ophuls
Unknown: Lola Montes
Unknown: Oskar Werner
Written By: Max Ophuls
Written By: Jacques Natanson.
Written By: Annette Wademant
Written By: Franz Geiger.
Produced By: Ralph Baum
Produced By: Albert Caraco
Directed By: Max Ophuls
Lola Montès: Martine Carol
Circus Master: Peter Ustinov
King of Bavaria: Anton Walbrook
Student: Oskar Werner
Liszt: Will Quadfljeg

: A vous la France!

The sixth of 15 programmes of French for beginners. Times, timetables and tickets - Carolle Rousseau and Patrick Simpson-Jones show how to sort them out in French. They also look at the typical working day in France and the not-so-typical daily routine of a nuclear physicist. Studio director MARY SPRENT Producer DAVID WILSON
(Programme 7 tomorrow on BBC1 at 10.55. See also Radio 4 tomorrow and Wednesday)
Book, £5.25, 2 cassettes or 3 records and teachers' notes availabk from booksellers

Contributors

Unknown: Carolle Rousseau
Unknown: Patrick Simpson-Jones
Producer: David Wilson

: News and Sport

with Moira Stuart Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Moira Stuart

: Sounds Magnificent

The Story of the Symphony Andre Previn with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra leader BARRY GRIFFITHS In this final programme
Andre Previn looks at the way many 20th-century composers, each from a different standpoint, have persistently turned to large-scale symphonic writing, although working at a time when the very vocabulary of music has continually outstripped its audience.
To Shostakovich (whose
Fifth Symphony concludes this series) there was the added threat that his music incurred Stalin's official displeasure when terror raged across Russia and 'difficult' composers disappeared overnight.
Shostakovich was certain he would be arrested. He always kept a small suitcase packed and ready.
But Stalin was too clever to eliminate Shostakovich; like many dictators Stalin appreciated the propaganda potential of art. Yet, when this Fifth Symphony of Shostakovich eventually appeared, it was the composer, not the politician, who ultimately triumphed. Vision mixer ANGELA WILSON
Videotape editor ROGER HARVEY Designer KEITH HARRIS
Lighting KEN MACGREGOR Sound RAY ANGEL
Written and directed by HERBERT CHAPPELL
Book £13.95 from booksellers

Contributors

Unknown: Andre Previn
Leader: Barry Griffiths
Unknown: Andre Previn
Editor: Roger Harvey
Designer: Keith Harris
Unknown: Ken MacGregor
Unknown: Ray Angel
Directed By: Herbert Chappell

: Rugby Special

The Schweppes Scottish Leagues: Division 1 Gala v Selkirk
Scottish 'Grand Slam' players PETER DODDS , DAVID LESLIE and captain
JIM AITKEN of Gala, and JOHN RUTHERFORD and IAIN PAXTON of Selkirk will be determined to show the selectors that they are still on top form, and ready to play against the Australians in three weeks' time.
BILL MCLAREN commentates on the day's top
Scottish match, and NIGEL STARMER-SMITH brings news of the rest of the day's rugby, including the match played in Ireland between MUNSTER and the AUSTRALIANS.
Series producer HUW JONES

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Dodds
Unknown: David Leslie
Unknown: Jim Aitken
Unknown: Iain Paxton
Unknown: Nigel Starmer-Smith

: The Italian Film: Those Eyes, That Mouth

(Gli occhi, la bocca) starring
Fading film star Giovanni returns home for his brother's funeral and is promptly drawn into a tangle of deceit and love as he tries to reconcile conflicting loyalties.
Marco Bellocchio caused a furore in Italy with his first film Fists in the Pocket, which was seen as a scurrilous if stylish attack on family life. Its star, Lou Castel , is reunited with Bellocchio in Those Eyes, That Mouth, an ironic, partly autobiographical, reappraisal of the constricting ties of the family and of the past.
Written by MARCO BELLOCCHIO and VINCENZO CERAMI
Directed by MARCO BELLOCCHIO (An Italian film with English subtitles. First showing on British TV) • FILMS: page 31

Contributors

Unknown: Marco Bellocchio
Unknown: Lou Castel
Written By: Marco Bellocchio
Written By: Vincenzo Cerami
Directed By: Marco Bellocchio
Giovanni: Lou Castel
Wanda: Angela Molina
Giovanni's father: Emanuelle Rtva
Uncle Nigi: Michel Piccoli
Wanda's father: Antonio Piovanelli
Agostino: Giampaolo Saccarola
Adele: Viviana Toni
Doctor: Antonio Petrocelli

: News on Two

with Moira Stuart ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Moira Stuart

: The Twilight Zone

You're travelling through another dimension. A dimension not only of sight and sound, but of mind.... The Man in the Bottle starring Luther Adler as Arthur Castle
What seems to be a worthless purchase by an impoverished pawnbroker turns out to be the most valuable he could imagine or the most dangerous.... Written by ROD SERLING
Directed by DON MEDFORD

Contributors

Unknown: Luther Adler
Written By: Rod Serling
Directed By: Don Medford








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