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: Open University

6.25 Product Design: Nobody's Friend
6.50 Potsdam 4:The Aftermath
7.15 Special Needs in Education
7.40 Steel, Stars and Spectra
8.5 Ecology: Biological Control
8.30 Mendelssohn's 'Dream'
8.55 Education: Literacy in Jamaica
9.20 Animal Physiology: The Sunbaskers
9.45 Statistics: Lines, Before and After
10.10 Calculus: Iteration and Convergence
10.35 The Happiest Days of Your Life
11.0 Ocean Crust
11.25 Geology: Ore Genesis
11.50 17th-century Navigation
12.40 pm Art and Environment
1.5 Changing Countryside: The Coast
1.30 The Quantum Wave Equation
1.55 Einstein's Belief
2.20 Modem Art: Kirchner
2.45 Balzac and the Visual Arts

: Saturday Cinema: The Russians are Coming, the Russians are Coming

starring
Alan Arkin
Eva Marie Saint Brian Keith Carl Reiner
The cold war is at its height when a Russian submarine accidentally runs aground off the New England coast. The Captain orders
Lt Rozanov to take eight men ashore and find a boat to pull them off the sandbank on which they are trapped. But this sets in motion a train of comic events and misunderstandings as the townspeople discover that 'the Russians have landed'.
Screenplay by WILLIAM ROSE Produced and directed by NORMAN JEWISON
.FILMS:page 14

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Arkin
Unknown: Eva Marie Saint
Unknown: Brian Keith
Unknown: Carl Reiner
Directed By: Norman Jewison
Walt Whittaker: Carl Reiner
Elspeth Whittaker: Eva Marie Saint
Rozanov: Alan Arkin
Link Mattocks: Brian Keith
Norman Jonas: Jonathan Winters
Captain: Theodore Bikel
Fendall Hawkins: Paul Ford
Alice FOSS: Tessie O'Shea
Kolchin: John Phillip Law
Alison: Andrea Dromm
Luther Grilk: Ben Blue
Pete Whittaker: Sheldon Golomb
Annie Whittaker: Cindy Putnam

: World Snooker

The Embassy
World Professional Snooker Championship from the Crucible Theatre Sixteenth day: The Final The most prestigious and important snooker match in the sports calendar started this afternoon when the last two players began the final of the World Championship. It's the best-of-35-frames. DAVID VINE introduces highlights of the first seven frames played this afternoon. Commentators
TED LOWE , JACK KARNEHM
CLIVE EVERTON Producers
KEITH PHILLIPS , KEITH MACKENZIE MIKE ADLEY , PETER HAMILTON
Executive producer NICK HUNTER

Contributors

Unknown: Ted Lowe
Unknown: Jack Karnehm
Unknown: Keith Phillips
Unknown: Keith MacKenzie
Unknown: Mike Adley
Unknown: Peter Hamilton
Producer: Nick Hunter

: Shakespeare in Perspective

Titus Andronicus
ANTHONY CLARE offers his personal view of the play which portrays the family as 'the source of all our strengths, the genesis of our noblest hopes and foullest desires'.
Director SALLY KIRKWOOD Producer victor POOLE
(Titus Andronicus , BBC2 8. 40 pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Titus Andronicus
Unknown: Anthony Clare
Director: Sally Kirkwood
Unknown: Titus Andronicus

: The Day the Universe Changed

A personal view by James Burke in ten parts 6: Credit Where it's Due
Slave plantations, sailing ships and bumper harvests left the 18th-century English aristocracy awash with money. A group of religious fanatics invested all that cash and destroyed the old rural England forever. Written ana presented by JAMES BURKE
Series producer RICHARD REISZ

Contributors

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

: News and Sport

with Jan Leeming Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Jan Leeming

: World Snooker

The Embassy
World Professional Snooker Championship
The Final (frames 8-16)

: The BBC Television Shakespeare: Titus Andronicus

by WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
Music composed by DUDLEY SIMPSON Lighting SAM BARCLAY Sound CHICK ANTHONY
Make-up CECILE HAY ARTHUR Costume COUN LAVERS
Designer TONY BURROUGH Producer SHAUN SUTTON Director JANE HOWELL including an interval at 10.5*

Contributors

Unknown: William Shakespeare
Composed By: Dudley Simpson
Designer: Tony Burrough
Producer: Shaun Sutton
Director: Jane Howell
Young Lucius: Paul Davies-Prowles
Marcus: Edward Hardwicke
Aemilius: Walter Brown
Saturninus: Brian Protheroe
Bassianus: Nicholas Gecks
Captain/Third Goth: Derek Fuke
Tamora: Eileen Atkins
Demetrius: Neil McCaul
Chiron: Michael Crompton
Aaron: Hugh Quarshie
LuciUS: Gavin Richards
QuintUS: Crispin Redman
Martius: Tom Hunsinger
MutiUS: Michael Packer
THUS: Trevor Peacock
Lavinia: Anna Calder-Marshall
Publius/Second Goth: Paul Kelly
Nurse: Deddie Davies
Clown: Tim Potter
First Goth/Caius: John Benfield
Fourth Goth/Valentine: Peter Searles

: Rugby Special

The John Player Special Cup The Final
Bath v London Welsh
London Welsh are trying to emulate Cup holders Bath's performance of last year by winning in their first final. Both sides play expansive rugby, and with two fly halves capable of controlling the game from good possession an enthralling match should result. Nigel Starmer-Smith commentates, and introduces highlights of today's
Schweppes Welsh Cup Final between holders Cardiff and Llanelli.
Series producer HUW JONES

Contributors

Unknown: Nigel Starmer-Smith

: World Snooker

The Embassy
World Professional Snooker Championship from the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield The Final (frames 8-16)
By the end of this evening's session the players will have reached half way towards this best-of-35-frames final, and will be beginning to feel the pressure mounting.
Introduced by DAVID VINE Commentators
TED LOWE
JACK KARNEHM
CLIVE EVERTON

Contributors

Introduced By: David Vine
Unknown: Ted Lowe
Unknown: Jack Karnehm








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