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: Open University

6.25 The Shape of Things to Come
6.50 World Politics:
Potsdam 3 -The Deal
7.15 St Lucia: People and Celebrations
7.40 Energy: A Question of Balance
8.5 Personal Identity
8.30 Magic in the Web of Art
8.55 Counting Atoms
9.20 Physics: Which Way to Turn?
9.45 Studying with the ou
10.10 History of the Gun Industry
10.35 Casting a Bronze Statuette
11.0 Cheddar: Mapping the Mendip Anticline
11.25 Chemistry: Spectroscopy
11.50 Hogarth's Paintings
12.15 pm The Effective Manager: Crisis or Control?
12.40 Thirties Film Comedy
1.5 Cropping the Countryside
1.30 Quantum Theory and Atomic Structure

: Interval

: Saturday Cinema 1: The Kid

starring
Charlie Chaplin Jackie Coogan
Six-year-old
Jackie Coogan as the Kid - a miniature version of the tramp - is acquired by mistake in infancy and brought up in a world of harshness and poverty by Charlie. A splendid combination of slapstick and sentiment, this is a 'picture with a smile -and perhaps, a tear'.
Screenplay, music, production and direction by CHARLIE CHAPLIN
0 IN THE PICTURE: page 23

Contributors

Unknown: Charlie Chaplin
Unknown: Jackie Coogan
Unknown: Jackie Coogan
Unknown: Charlie Chaplin
Tramp: Charlie Chaplin
Man: Carl Miller
Woman: Edna Purviance
Child: Jackie Coogan

: International Rugby

Ireland v England from Lansdowne Road, Dublin The Triple Crown, an international championship, is a prize for victory in this match for captain
KIERAN FITZGERALD 'S much improved Irish side under new coach Mick Doyle. All these hopes, following last year's wooden spoon could be destroyed by the improving English side that could still be on course for the same 'double' with victory here and at Cardiff in April
Commentator BILL MCLAREN Television presentation RTE

Contributors

Unknown: Kieran Fitzgerald
Unknown: Mick Doyle.

: Sun City

It's the Las Vegas of South Africa -a notionally independent enclave where the rules of apartheid do not exist. Into this glittering playground pour white South Africans to play the tables and enjoy the sumptuous shows.
Producer ANN PAUL

Contributors

Producer: Ann Paul

: Saturday Cinema 2: The Prince and the Showgirl

starring
Marilyn Monroe Laurence Olivier Among the royal visitors for the Coronation of 1911 are the Regent of Carpathia, his son, King Nicholas, and his mother-in-law the Queen Dowager. For diplomatic reasons, the Foreign Office is eager to gratify the Regent's every whim even to the extent of arranging a secret romance with a beautiful American chorus girl, Elsie Marina. ...
Screenplay by TERENCE RATTIGAN from his own play
Produced and directed by LAURENCE OLIVIER
0 FILMS: page 23

Contributors

Unknown: Marilyn Monroe
Unknown: Laurence Olivier
Unknown: Elsie Marina.
Unknown: Terence Rattigan
Directed By: Laurence Olivier
Elsie: Marilyn Monroe
Regent: Laurence Olivier
Queen Dowager: Sybil Thorndike
Northbrook: Richard Wattis
King Nicholas: Jeremy Spenser
Col Hoffman: Esmond Knight
Major-domo: Paul Hardwick
Maud: Rosamund Greenwood
Ambassador: Aubrey Dexter

: The Day the Universe Changed

A personal view by James Burke
2: In the Light of the Above When 11th-century mercenaries looted Arab Spain, the treasure they found shook Christian
Europe to its foundations. It gave us law, universities, the Gothic cathedrals, and showed how to make a rainbow.
Written and presented by JAMES BURKE
Series producer RICHARD REISZ Producer JOHN LYNCH
Book, £14.95 from booksellers

Contributors

Unknown: James Burke
Presented By: James Burke
Producer: Richard Reisz
Producer: John Lynch

: News and Sport

with Jan Leeming Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Jan Leeming

: Der Rosenkavalier

Comedy for music by HUGO VON HOFMANNSTHAL Music by RICHARD STRAUSS The Royal Opera's new production by JOHN SCHLESINGER of this most popular of Richard Strauss 's operas conducted by Sir Georg Solti Introduced by John Mortimer
THE ROYAL OPERA CHORUS
Chorus-master PETER BURIAN
ORCHESTRA OF THE ROYAL
OPERA HOUSE leader JOHN BROWN Scenery WILLIAM DUDLEY
Costumes MARIA BJORNSON
Lighting designer ROBERT BRYAN MovementELEANOR FAZAN English subtitles by GILLIAN WIDDICOMBE
Sound GRAHAM HAINES Lighting JOHN ELFES
Directed for television by BRIAN LARGE
0 FEATURE: page 4

Contributors

Music By: Hugo von Hofmannsthal
Music By: Richard Strauss
Production By: John Schlesinger
Unknown: Richard Strauss
Conducted By: Sir Georg Solti
Introduced By: John Mortimer
Chorus-Master: Peter Burian
Leader: John Brown
Unknown: William Dudley
Unknown: Maria Bjornson
Designer: Robert Bryan
Unknown: Eleanor Fazan
Unknown: Gillian Widdicombe
Unknown: Graham Haines
Unknown: John Elfes
Television By: Brian Large
Octavian: Anne Howells
The Marschallin: Kiri Te Kanawa
Baron Ochs auf Lerchenau: Aage Haugland
Herr von Faninal: Jonathan Summers
Sophie (his daughter): Barbara Bonney
Marianne (Sophie's duenna): Phyllis Cannan
Valzacchi (an Italian intriguer).........: Robert Tear
Annina (his accomplice): Cynthia Buchan
Host: Paul Crook
Police Commissar: Roderick Earle
Notary: John Gibbs
Major Domo to Faninal: John Dobson
Major Domo to the Marschallin .......: Kim Begley
Singer: Dennis O'Neill
Three noble orphans: Linda Kitchen
Three noble orphans: Kate McCarney
Three noble orphans: Yvonne Lea
Noble widow: Nada Pobjoy
Milliner: Susan Maisey
Animal-seller and doctor: Alan Duffield
Hairdresser: Ray Hatch
Flautist: Ignatius McFadyen
Mohammed: Kevin Mathurin
Leopold: Peter Garvie-Adams
Footmen to the Marschallin: Paschal Allen
Footmen to the Marschallin: Donaldson Bell
Footmen to the Marschallin: Malcolm Campbell
Footmen to the Marschallin: Keith Jones
Baron Ochs's retinue: Kenny Baker
Baron Ochs's retinue: George MacPherso
Baron Ochs's retinue: John Parry
Baron Ochs's retinue: Keith Raggett
Baron Ochs's retinue: Duncan Reece
Baron Ochs's retinue: John Roche
Waiters .........: Richard Hazell
Waiters .........: John Kerr
Waiters .........: John Kollman
Waiters .........: Anthony Smith

: Harty Goes to ... Oxford

A. L. Rowse - poet, historian, raconteur - shows
Russell Harty his Oxford in the second visit to this seat of learning. BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown: A. L. Rowse
Unknown: Russell Harty

: Rugby Special

Ireland v England France v Wales
Nigel Starmer-Smith introduces highlights of today's internationals.
Victory for Ireland would give them the Triple Crown and championship following last year's wooden spoon.
However, if England were to win, they would be on course for the two titles themselves. France and Wales having started off the season as joint favourites for the championship, have disappointed, and have a lot to prove, and improve on, in their approach and styles of play.
Commentators in Dublin BILL MCLAREN and BILL BEAUMONT
Commentators in Paris
NIGEL STARMER-SMITH and GARETH EDWARDS
Television presentation:
Dublin RTE Paris FRENCH TV
Series producer HUW JONES
Video, Ireland's Triple Crown. BBCV/B 5018 from retailers

Contributors

Unknown: Dublin Rte Paris
Producer: Huw Jones








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