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: Open University

6.25 The Million Dollar Motor Car
6.50 Sanctions and Rhodesia: 4
7.15 The History of Mongolism
7.40 Falling Leaves and Beating Hearts
8.5 Ecology: Ants and Acacias
8.30 Victorian Moral Painting
8.55 Volunteering and Social Action
9.20 Physiology: Swimming in Fish
9.45 Education for Adults: Wisconsin
10.10 Calculus: Logarithmic Function
10.35 Basic Education for Adults
11.0 Where Has All the Granite Gone?
11.25 Energy Resources: Coal
11.50 The Rebuilding of London
12.40 Fiction and Publishing
1.5 Music: Harmonic Analysis, (2)
1.30 The Atomic Clock
1.55 The Pure Gamete
2.20 Modern Art: Leger
2.45 Germinal by Emile Zola

Contributors

Unknown: Emile Zola

: Cricket

The Benson and Hedges Cup Final from Lord's
Essex v Leicestershire
The 'B and H' was first held in 1972, when Leicestershire won the Cup. They were runners-up in 1974 and won it again the following year.
Essex have also appeared in the Final three times, winning in 1979 and running up in 1980 and 1983. Essex have the two most successful individuals in the competition: Graham Gooch . has scored more runs than any other player (2,686), and John Lever has taken the most wickets (122).
Introduced by PETER WEST
Commentators richie BENAUD
JIM LAKER , RAY ILLINGWORTH
BOBTOLLIS
Television presentation KEITH MACKENZIE
MIKE ADLEY , ALAN GRIFFITHS Executive producer NICK HUNTER

Contributors

Unknown: Graham Gooch
Unknown: John Lever
Introduced By: Peter West
Unknown: Jim Laker
Unknown: Keith MacKenzie
Unknown: Mike Adley
Unknown: Alan Griffiths
Producer: Nick Hunter

: He Makes Me Feel Like Dancing

For some 1,000 New York children, ballet star Jacques d'Amboise is the Pied Piper of dance. Each June, he leads them in a gala performance resulting from a year of practice and perseverance. His efforts are chronicled in this Academy Award-winning documentary which follows the energetic New York City Ballet principal dancer from auditions to rehearsals at the Lincoln Center and, finally, to the Event of the Year. Produced and directed by EMILE ARDOLINO
Rarely has the joy of dance - simply as an experience, and art form, or a means of expression - been so effectively displayed.
(LOS ANGELES TIMES)

Contributors

Directed By: Emile Ardolino

: News and Sport

with Moira Stuart
Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Moira Stuart

: The Whisperers

continues a season of films by the distinguished writer-director, BRYAN FORBES starring
Edith Evans Eric Portman
One of Britain's most celebrated actresses,
Edith Evans , stars in this poignant film about pensioner Maggie Ross , who is deserted by her bookie husband Archie.
Forced to live alone Maggie retreats into a private world where 'voices' - in reality noises which surround her - become her whispering companions. But tragedy strikes when her son Charlie brings home a suitcase of stolen money....
Screenplay by BRYAN FORBES Based on the novel by ROBERT NICOLSON
Produced by MICHAEL S. LAUGHLIN Directed by BRYAN FORBES
0 IN THE PICTURE: page 21 * CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Director: Bryan Forbes
Unknown: Edith Evans
Unknown: Eric Portman
Unknown: Edith Evans
Unknown: Maggie Ross
Unknown: Bryan Forbes
Novel By: Robert Nicolson
Produced By: Michael S. Laughlin
Directed By: Bryan Forbes
Mrs Ross: Edith Evans
Archie Ross: Eric Portman
Mrs Noonan: Avis Bunnage
Girl upstairs: Nanette Newman
Mr Conrad: Gerald Sim
Charlie Ross: Ronald Fraser
Assistance official: Leonard Rossiter
Mr Weaver: Kenneth Griffith
Earl: Harry Baird
Andy: Robert Russell
Almoner: Margaret Tyzack
Prostitute: Clare Kelly
Psychiatrist: Robin Bailey
Mr Fish: Max Bacon
Publican: Peter Thompson
a child Mrs Ross: Sarah Forbes

: Saturday Review

The last in the present series of the journal of the arts and media presented by Russell Davies , with discussion and comment on Film: The Purple Rose of Cairo, directed by WOODY ALLEN Print: Common Fame by the Time magazine film critic
Richard Schickel explores the culture of celebrity.
Painting: Beryl Cook explains why she likes the art of Edward Burra.
Memoirs: Sir Allen Lane published the first Penguin
Books 50 years ago this month. What motivated the man behind this extraordinary paperback revolution?
Humour: The 'hair drier' scene from The Merry Wives of Windsor at The Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon.
Assistant producers ALEX MARENGO MICHAEL PARKER. JOHN WHISTON Producer KEVIN LOADER
Director JONATHAN FULFORD Editor JOHN ARCHER

Contributors

Presented By: Russell Davies
Directed By: Woody Allen
Unknown: Richard Schickel
Unknown: Beryl Cook
Unknown: Edward Burra.
Unknown: Sir Allen Lane
Unknown: Michael Parker.
Unknown: John Whiston
Producer: Kevin Loader
Director: Jonathan Fulford
Editor: John Archer

: Golf: The Open

The 114th championship
Highlights of the third round at Royal St George's,
Sandwich, when the 'cut' to 60 players for the final round was completed. Introduced by HARRY CARPENTER

Contributors

Introduced By: Harry Carpenter

: Cricket

The Benson and Hedges Cup Final
Essex v Leicestershire
RICHIE BENAUD introduces the highlights of today's play at Lord's.
Executive producer NICK HUNTER

Contributors

Introduces: Richie Benaud
Producer: Nick Hunter








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