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: Open University

6 30 Electromagnetic Induction
6.55 Unemployed in Clwyd

: News Summary

with subtitles, followed by Weather

: A Cut Above the Rest

Angela, Beverley, Karen,
Susan and Kevin are all final year fashion students at Newcastle upon Tyne
Polytechnic. For the past four years they've been trained not only in design skills but also to face up to a fiercely competitive commercial world still dominated by London colleges.
The cameras follow the students as they prepare their final collections and consider their prospects.
Producer RICHARD ELSE Director JOHN WARWICK

Contributors

Producer: Richard Else
Director: John Warwick

: The Heiress

I starring
Olivia de Havilland Montgomery Clift Ralph Richardson This magnificent version of Henry James 's novel received tour Oscars including one for Best Actress for Olivia de Havilland's portrayal of the wealthy spinster Catherine Sloper. Montgomery Clift , in only his third film, gives a memorable performance as the young Townsend whose love she mistrusts. And
Ralph Richardson repeating his West End triumph as the tyrannical Dr Sloper gives one of his greatest screen performances.
Screenplay by RUTH AND AUGUSTUS GOETZ based upon their stage play suggested by HENRY JAMES 'S novel Washington Square
Directed by WILLIAM WYLER
● IN THE PICTURE: page 16

Contributors

Unknown: Olivia de Havilland
Unknown: Montgomery Clift
Unknown: Ralph Richardson
Unknown: Henry James
Unknown: Catherine Sloper.
Unknown: Montgomery Clift
Unknown: Ralph Richardson
Unknown: Augustus Goetz
Unknown: Henry James
Directed By: William Wyler
Catherine Sloper: Olivia De Havilland
Morris Townsend: Montgomery Clift
Dr Austin Sloper: Ralph Richardson
Lavinia Penniman: Miriam Hopkins
Maria: Vanessa Brown
Marion: Mona Freeman
Elizabeth Almond: Selena Royle
Jefferson Almond: Ray Collins

: Flower of the Month

Roses
Planting a new rose, says Geoffrey Smith , is a real butcher's job - be bold, cut away most of the bush you've just paid for and you'll be giving it a good start in life. Look after your roses and they'll repay you with a brilliant succession of blooms throughout the summer. Film editor PETER RINGSTED Producer ERICA GRIFFITHS

Contributors

Unknown: Geoffrey Smith
Producer: Erica Griffiths

: The Living Planet

A Portrait of the Earth by DAVID ATTENBOROUGH
A series of 12 programmes 11: The Open Ocean
The ocean is ancient, varied and vast, covering 70 per cent of the Earth's surface. It contains extraordinary creatures like the leafy sea dragon, the narwhal 'unicorn of the sea' and the whale shark. It has kelp forests, deserts, coral reef jungles and the cold, black, permanent night of the deep sea. It affects our oxygen and our weather.
David Attenborough shows the riches and diversity of this spectacular realm, particularly off
Newfoundland where millions of capelin fish provide a feeding bonanza for birds, seals and great whales. Sound LYNDON BIRD
Produced by RICHARD BROCK BBC Bristol
Brilliant (FINANCIAL TIMES) Pure Magic (SUNDAY MIRROR) *CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: David Attenborough
Unknown: David Attenborough
Produced By: Richard Brock

: My Brother Jonathan

An Edwardian romance by FRANCIS BRETT YOUNG dramatised in five parts by JAMES ANDREW HALL
1:1908
After dealing with a fatal accident, Dr Jonathan Dakers makes a traumatic journey which conjures up memories of his eccentric parents, his spoilt brother Harold, and his first meeting with Edie-one of the two women with whom he will fall in love. He also discovers the truth about his father's secret life.
Music composed and conducted by STANLEY MYERS
Costume designer RITA REEKIE Script editor MERVYN HAISMAN Designer HUMPHREY JAEGER Producer JOE WATERS
Director ANTHONY GARNER
0 FEATURE: page 74 * CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: Francis Brett
Unknown: James Andrew Hall
Unknown: Dr Jonathan Dakers
Conducted By: Stanley Myers
Designer: Rita Reekie
Editor: Mervyn Haisman
Designer: Humphrey Jaeger
Director: Anthony Garner
Jonathan Dakers: Daniel Day-Lewis
Harold Dakers: Benedict Taylor
Eugene Dakers: Mark Kingston
Lavinia Dakers: Helen Ryan
Edie Martyn: Caroline Bliss
Lloyd Moore: T P McKenna
Arthur Martock: Michael Troughton
Mrs Martyn: Catherine Schell
Mr Martyn: Patrick Jordan
Sheila Martyn: Celia Montague
Honor Martyn: Barbara Darnley
Alec Martyn: Julian Gartside
a boyJonathan: Christopher Reilly
a boyHarold: Steven Kember
a boyArthur: Adrian Ross-Magenty
Police sergeant: John Channel-Mills
Joseph: Raymond Witch
Nursing sister: Margaret Pilleau
Station official: Reg Rogers
Guard: John Taylor

: Johnny Mathis In Concert

A second opportunity to see
Johnny Mathis celebrating 25 years in show business with this 1982 concert in Indiana featuring many of his classic numbers as well as a duet with Deniece Williams of their hit single, 'Too much, too little, too late'.
Produced by PAUL ROCKLIN Directed by DICK CARTER (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Johnny Mathis
Unknown: Deniece Williams
Produced By: Paul Rocklin
Directed By: Dick Carter

: Newsnight

: Weatherview.









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