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: Open University

6.50 The University of the Third Age
7.15 Housing in Birmingham (1)
7 40 Donegal: Industry and Culture
8.5 Music: Harmonic Analysis (1)
8.30 Ways of Studying Children
8.55 Maths Methods: Numerical Solutions
9.20 Social Integration: Family Comedy
9 45 Maths: Networks and Matrices
10.10 Maths: Dodecahedral Group
10.35 Computing: Fitting Curves
11.0 AU Change for System X
11.25 The Progressive Revolution?
11.50 Biology: Cardiovascular Control
12.15 Mechanics: Flow Visualisation
12.40 Communication Skills
1.5 Battle for Nitrogen
1.30 Fluid Flow in Pipes

: Sunday Grandstand

Introduced by Desmond Lynam from a pre-Wimbledon party at the Hurlingham Club, London.
With the Championships starting tomorrow,
Grandstand puts you in the mood with some tennis talk from the well-connected, a spot of cricket and good track and field out of the bloc in the East.
Cricket
John Player Special League Commentators
JIM LAKER and PETER WALKER
Athletics from Erfurt
East Germany u Soviet Union Commentators
RON PICKERING and STUART STOREY
The opening laps of the Detroit Grand Prix just after
6.0, all being well.
Programme timings will be screened on the hour and half hour, where appropriate.
TV presentation
Cricket BOB DUNCAN
Athletics EAST GERMAN TV SERVICE Pre-Wimbledon party FRED VINER Assistant editor Grandstand BRIAN BARWICK
Producer Grandstand MARTIN HOPKINS
Editor Grandstand JOHN PHILIPS

Contributors

Introduced By: Desmond Lynam
Unknown: Ron Pickering
Unknown: Stuart Storey
Unknown: Fred Viner
Editor: Grandstand Brian Barwick

: News Review

with Moira Stuart
Plus subtitles
Editor BOB MCDOUGALL

Contributors

Unknown: Moira Stuart
Editor: Bob McDougall

: Operation Asterix

The Roman Wreck in Guernsey
What would you do if you found a Roman ship which happened to be right in the middle of a very busy harbour? Dr Margaret Rule , excavator of the Mary Rose , and her friends of the Guernsey Maritime Trust had to find the answer to this very quickly last winter when they made just such a discovery. A desperate race against time and weather to save this rare ship from destruction became known locally as 'Operation Asterix'. Narrator Andrew Faulds Film cameraman TIM JOHNSON Film editor LES FILBY
Executive producer BRUCE NORMAN Producer RAY SUTCLIFFE

Contributors

Unknown: Dr Margaret Rule
Unknown: Mary Rose
Unknown: Tim Johnson
Producer: Bruce Norman
Producer: Ray Sutcliffe

: Barbara Dickson

Take a musical trip through the Highlands of Scotland in the company of one of Britain's best female vocalists,
Barbara Dickson , as she makes the stunningly beautiful journey through
Loch Ness, to Fort William by the Kyle of Lochalsh, to
Mallaig, on a variety of boats and planes and trains and things.
Assistant producer MICHELE BURGESS Executive producer KEN STEPHINSON BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown: Barbara Dickson
Producer: Michele Burgess

: Dance International

Introduced by Peter Schaufuss , Artistic
Director of London Festival Ballet, and star of the recent BBCtv Dancer series. Bold Steps
A film portrait of one of the world's major classical dance companies, Toronto's
National Ballet of Canada: its founding by British ballerina Celia Franka , its tough pioneering days, its present international status under recently appointed artistic director, Danish dancer Erik Bruhn. This is the story of the company's daily work, with excerpts from Bayadere, Etudes, Don Quixote , Swan Lake, Sphinx, Here We Come, and Oiseaux Exotiques , and interviews with, among others, Rudolf Nureyev and Mikhail Baryshnikov. Film cameraman
PHILIP BONHAM-CARTER
Film editor DAVID THOMAS Producers
CHRISTOPHER MARTIN , PAT FERNS Directed by CYRIL FRANKEL

Contributors

Artistic: Peter Schaufuss
Unknown: Celia Franka
Unknown: Erik Bruhn.
Unknown: Don Quixote
Unknown: Oiseaux Exotiques
Unknown: Rudolf Nureyev
Unknown: Mikhail Baryshnikov.
Unknown: Philip Bonham-Carter
Editor: David Thomas
Producers: Christopher Martin
Directed By: Cyril Frankel

: Grand Prix

Detroit Grand Prix
A return to the scene of last year's most controversial race. A massive shunt at the start; NELSON PIQUET climbs into the spare and wins;
MARTIN BRUNDLE in the non-turbo Tyrrell storms into a magnificent second place, only to walk into the biggest row motor racing has seen in years. His disqualification, and the subsequent removal of all Tyrrell's points, elevated ELIO DE ANGELIS into second place. A repeat this year would keep the Italian in the thick of the most exciting Drivers' Championship battle in years.
Commentators
MURRAY WALKER , JAMES HUNT Producer ROGER MOODY

Contributors

Unknown: Martin Brundle
Unknown: Murray Walker

: The Sunshine Boys

The second of two
NEIL SIMON comedies starring
Walter Matthau George Burns
Vaudeville comedians Willie Clark and Al Lewis have long gone their separate ways, personally and professionally. However, an invitation to appear on television in one of their famous sketches briefly reunites the 'Sunshine Boys'. As they work together their old animosities and disagreements flare up ...
Screenplay by NEIL SIMON Produced by RAY STARK
Directed by HERBERT ROSS
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Contributors

Unknown: Neil Simon
Unknown: Walter Matthau
Unknown: Willie Clark
Unknown: Al Lewis
Play By: Neil Simon
Produced By: Ray Stark
Directed By: Herbert Ross
Willie Clark: Walter Matthau
Al Lewis: George Burns
Ben Clark: Richard Benjamin
Nurse in sketch: Lee Meredith
Doris: Carol Arthur
Nurse: Rosetta Le Noire
Mechanic: F Murray Abraham
Commercial director: Howard Hesseman
TV director: Jim Cranna
TV floor manager: Ron Rifkin
Helen: Jennifer Lee
Men at audition: Fritz Feld,
Men at audition: Jack Bernardi
Stage manager: Garn Stephens
Desk clerk: Santos Morales








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