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: Open University

10.10 Start Your Own Business: Taking the Plunge
10.35 Polymer Engineering: Melts into Moulds
11.0 Countdown to the OU: 4
11.25 Understanding Pregnancy: Birth
11.50 Prospect: For Students and Tutors of A101

: Saturday Cinema: 1: Nicholas Nickleby

starring Derek Bond, Cedric Hardwicke, Alfred Drayton, Sybil Thorndike
Nicholas Nickleby, his widowed mother and sister Kate put their fate in the hands of their uncle, Ralph, a villainous and unpleasant character. He finds Nicholas work as an assistant to the cruel and miserly Wackford Squeers, proprietor of a school for unwanted boys ...
FILMS: page 17

Contributors

Screenplay: John Dighton
Based on the novel by: Charles Dickens
Producer: Michael Balcon
Director: Cavalcanti
Ralph Nickleby: Cedric Hardwicke
Vincent Crummles: Stanley Holloway
Wackford Squeers: Alfred Drayton
Alfred Mantalini: Cyril Fletcher
Newman Noggs: Bernard Miles
Nicholas Nickleby: Derek Bond
Kate Nickleby: Sally Ann Howes
Mrs Nickleby: Mary Merrall
Mrs Squeers: Sybil Thorndike
Mrs Crummles: Vera Pearce
Miss Knagg: Cathleen Nesbitt
Miss La Creevy: Athene Seyler

: Saturday Cinema 2: Ensign Pulver

starring Robert Walker, Burl Ives, Walter Matthau
Life aboard a US Navy cargo ship in 1945 is not happy. The overbearing manner of the Captain has produced apathy and despair among crew and officers alike. At the showing of a movie which the Captain requires the crew to attend, Ensign Pulver sees his chance to strike a blow for justice's sake....
FILMS: page 17

Contributors

Writer: Joshua Logan
Writer: Peter S. Feibleman
Producer/Director: Joshua Logan
Ensign Pulver: Robert Walker
Captain: Burl Ives
Doc: Walter Matthau
Bruno: Tommy Sands
Scotty: Millie Perkins
Head Nurse: Kay Medford
Billings: Larry Hagman
LaSeur: Gerald O'Loughlin
Grabowski: Sal Papa
Taru: Al Freeman Jr
Insigna: James Farentino
Skouras: James Coco
Payne: Don Dorrell
Carney: Peter L Marshall
Stretch: Robert Matek
Mila: Diana Sands
Dowdy: Joseph Marr

: News and Sport

with Jan Leeming Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Jan Leeming

: A vous la France

French for beginners in the 13th of 15 programmes Talking About the Past

: Rugby Special

John Player Special Cup Third Round
Nottingham v Northampton Nottingham reached the semi-finals of the Cup last year, and were eventually defeated by Bath, the eventual Cup winners. This season they are playing exciting attacking rugby, and provided 14 of the Notts, Lines and Derbys side that has reached the County Championship Final. Northampton are having a mixed season, but could provide a shock result if they show their best form. NIGEL STARMER-SMITH commentates, and brings news of the rest of the day's cup and league matches. Senes producer HUW JONES

Contributors

Unknown: Nigel Starmer-Smith
Producer: Huw Jones

: The Saturday Alternative: Winterreise

(Winter Journey)
Franz Schubert 's famous song cycle, written in 1827, with poems by WILHELM MULLER. is performed by one of the world's greatest lieder baritones
Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau accompanied by Alfred Brendel (piano)
Winterreise tells of a man's journey through a winter landscape. He encounters nature at its unfriendliest, reflecting his own state of mind.
Directed by KLAUS UNDEMANN for SFB

Contributors

Unknown: Franz Schubert
Unknown: Wilhelm Muller.
Piano: Alfred Brendel
Directed By: Klaus Undemann

: Gordon of Khartoum

On the 100th anniversary of Gordon's murder in Khartoum by the soldiers of the Mahdi Robert Hardy presents his personal Portrait of this most eccentric, controversial and legendary of Victorian figures.
The story ranges across many conflicts and many continents before reaching its tragic climax by the banks of the Nile.
Film editor PETER HARRIS Producer MALCOLM BROWN
*CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: Mahdi Robert Hardy
Editor: Peter Harris
Producer: Malcolm Brown

: The Evil Trap

(Folle d tuer) starring
Marlene Jobert Tomas Milian
After a spell in a sanatorium, Julie is found a job as governess to the nephew of a rich industrialist who turns out to be a thoroughly objectionable little boy. One morning, while watching Thomas play in the park, Julie finds herself looking into the muzzle of a gun.
Within minutes, she and the child have been kidnapped and a nightmare situation begins to unfold ..
Based on the novel by JEAN-PATRICK DAHON
Directed by YVES BOISSET
(A French film with English subtitles)
9 FILMS: page 17

Contributors

Unknown: Marlene Jobert
Unknown: Tomas Milian
Directed By: Yves Boisset
Julie: Marlene Jobert
Thompson: Tomas Miuan
Thomas: Thomas Waintrop
George: Victor Lanoux
Mostril: Michel Lonsdale
Walter: Michel Peyrelon
Police inspector: Jean Bouchaud








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