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: Open University

6.25 Instrumentation: Trains
6.50 Reporting
7 15 Attitudes: The Second Handicap
7.40 Quantum Theory: Electrons and Photons
8.5 Ecology: Whittlesey Mere
8.30 Arts: Liszt and Nature
8.55 Photosynthesis: Early Events
9.20 Animal Physiology: Navigators
9.45 Statistics in Society
10 10 Calculus: Differentiating Fields
10.35 Education: A Second Chance
11.0 Shooting the Moon
11.25 Oil: Finds for the Future
11.50 Orpheus Britannicus
12.40 The Autistic Child
1.5 Loudspeaker Telephones
1.30 Chemistry: Too Much of a Good Thing
1.55 Palladio: Three Villas
2.20 Modem Art: Abstract Expressionism
2.45 Kafka and his World

: Saturday Cinema: Getting Married

starring
Richard Thomas Bess Armstrong
TV news assistant Michael Carboni is shattered to learn that his secret love, newsreader Kristy Lawrence , is to be married in a week.
Overcoming his diffidence, he launches a massive campaign to persuade her to marry him instead - to the consternation of her family and neighbours.
Written by JOHN HUDOCK
Directed by STEPHEN STERN 9 FILMS: page 18

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Thomas
Unknown: Bess Armstrong
Unknown: Michael Carboni
Unknown: Kristy Lawrence
Written By: John Hudock
Directed By: Stephen Stern
Michael Carboni: Richard Thomas
Kristy Lawrence: Bess Armstrong
Howie Lasser: Mark Harmon
Burt, Michael's father: Vic Tayback
Sylvia, Michael's mother: Dena Dietrich
Catherine, Kristy's mother: Audra Lindley
Kristy's father: Van Johnson

: International Golf

The Bell's Scotch Ryder Cup from The Belfry
Live coverage continues of the afternoon foursomes Introduced by HARRY CARPENTER

Contributors

Introduced By: Harry Carpenter

: The Sky at Night

The Computerised Amateur Many amateur astronomers have large telescopes but Ron Arbour 's observatory, near Winchester, is exceptional; his 16-inch reflector is computer controlled and is programmed to hunt automatically for stellar explosions far across the universe. Patrick Moore visits the observatory to talk to Ron Arbour about his telescope and about his plans for photographing Halley's
Comet later this year; during the programme he attempts to get a photograph of the comet specially for The Sky at Night.
Producer PIETER MORPURGO

Contributors

Unknown: Ron Arbour
Unknown: Patrick Moore
Unknown: Ron Arbour
Producer: Pieter Morpurgo

: News and Sport

with Jan Leeming Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Jan Leeming

: Shades of Autumn

from Sheffield Park, Sussex A Gardeners' World Special Roy Lancaster explores a living library of fine specimen trees, and Graham Rose explains why
Capability Brown might turn in his grave.
Production assistant JEAN LAUGHTON Producer JOHN KENYON (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Roy Lancaster
Unknown: Graham Rose
Unknown: Jean Laughton
Producer: John Kenyon

: The Last Night of the Proms

For details see panel

: Jack High

The Gateway Masters Bowls Tournament from Beach House Park, Worthing
Once again the enthusiasts have come out in force to watch the skills of these international bowlers. They were not disappointed with tonight's second semi-final. Commentators david VINE
DAVID RHYS JONES
Producer JOHNNIE WATHERSTON

Contributors

Producer: Johnnie Watherston

: Lolita

starring
James Mason Peter Sellers
The extraordinary and passionate story of a middle-aged man's infatuation with the nymphet Lolita provided
James Mason with probably the finest role of his career. As Humbert Humbert - a seemingly mild-mannered academic - he decides that the only solution to his problem is to marry Lolita's appalling mother. The next problem is what to do with the mother in order to seduce Lolita ...
Adapted by the author from his best-selling novel, this is one of the blackest sex comedies of its decade and a film which has grown in stature since Kubrick directed it in 1962. Screenplay by VLADIMIR NABOKOV Produced by JAMES B. HARRIS Directed by STANLEY KUBRICK
0 FILMS: page 18

Contributors

Unknown: James Mason
Unknown: James Mason
Unknown: Humbert Humbert
Unknown: Vladimir Nabokov
Produced By: James B. Harris
Directed By: Stanley Kubrick
Humbert Humbert: James Mason
Lolita Haze: Sue Lyon
Charlotte Haze: Shelley Winters
Clare Quilty: Peter Sellers
Jean Farlow: Diana Decker
John Farlow: Jerry Stovin
Mona Farlow: Suzanne Gibbs
Dick: Gary Cockerell
Vivian Darkbloom: Marianne Stone
Physician: Cec Linder
Nurse Mary Lore: Lois Maxwell
Swine: William Greene
PottS: C Denier Warren

: International Golf

The Bell's Scotch Ryder Cup Highlights of the second day








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