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: Open University

6.50 Introduction to Calculus: Vectors
7.15 Mechanics of Photosynthesis
7.40 Industrial Strife
8.5 The Paris Pantheon
8.30 Education: Time to Learn
8.55 Basque Nationalism and the Spanish State
9.20 Meanings of Madness (2)
9.45 Maths: Modelling Drug Therapy
10.10 Engineering Mechanics: Vibrations
10.35 From Peridotite to Granite
11.0 Open Forum
11.25 Managing Work: France
11.50 Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad
12.15 Energy Resources: Alternatives
12.40 Education: Taking the Initiative
1.5 Vibrations in Car Suspensions
1.30 Physics Beyond Experience

Contributors

Unknown: Joseph Conrad

: Sunday Grandstand

Introduced by Steve Rider
Rowing
World Championships
Gold medals in 12 finals and inestimable early baths at
Nottingham on the final day of competition.
Commentators GERALD
SINSTADT, CHRIS BAILLIEU
Swimming
World Championships
Talk about elite sport, this is the place to find it. If you can wait that long, you'll know today who is the fastest woman in water in the world (all gags about Venice have been edited out). Commentators
ALAN WEEKS, HAMILTON BLAND
Show Jumping from Hickstead Silk Cut Derby
The only connection between this and the Epsom classic is horses. Faultless rounds are as rare as Lester Piggott 's belly laughs, ask
JOHN WHIT AKER
PAUL SCHOCKEMOHLE won last time (as John would sportingly acknowledge) by way of the jump-off. Commentators
RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD
STEPHEN HADLEY
Cricket
Essex v Surrey
Here come the holders. Essex were 7-2 to retain the John
Player Special League in the beginning, Surrey were terribly happy to be playing. Commentators
PETER WALKER
CHRISTOPHER MARTIN-JENKINS Television presentation: Rowing BOB DUNCAN Swimming TVE. Spain
Show Jumping JOHNNIE WATHERSTON Cricket ALAN GRIFFITHS
Studio producer CAMPBELL FERGUSON Assistant editor BRIAN BARWICK Producer MARTIN HOPKINS Editor JOHN PHILIPS

Contributors

Introduced By: Steve Rider
Unknown: Chris Baillieu
Unknown: Lester Piggott
Unknown: John Whit Aker
Unknown: Paul Schockemohle
Unknown: Peter Walker
Unknown: Christopher Martin-Jenkins
Unknown: Johnnie Watherston
Unknown: Cricket Alan Griffiths
Producer: Campbell Ferguson
Editor: Brian Barwick

: Foley Square

starring
Where Angel Goes
When Angel is held on a charge of receiving stolen goods, Alex insists that he's innocent, but has difficulty breaking through his code of honour without laying her job on the line. Meanwhile, Carter DeVries acts in the interests of international detente....
Written by SAUL TURTELTAUB and BERNIE ORENSTEIN
Directed by ELLEN FALCON

Contributors

Unknown: Carter Devries
Written By: Saul Turteltaub
Written By: Bernie Orenstein
Directed By: Ellen Falcon
Alex Harrigan: Margaret Colin
Jesse Steinberg: Hector Elizondo
Peter: Michael Lembeck
Molly: Cathy Silvers
Carter: Sanford Jensen
Denise: Vernee Watson-Johnson
Angel: Israel Juarbe
Spito: Richard C Sarafian
Guy Kendall: Brian McNamara

: The Making of a Continent

Last of three programmes The Great River
Written and narrated by Barry Paine
Steamboats and cardsharps, earthquakes and floods - part of the violent history of North America's most famous waterway - the Mississippi. Billions of dollars have been made from the rich, black soil 'Old Muddy' dumps each year. And billions are spent trying to tame and control those floodwaters.
Now they're playing for the highest stakes ever seen on the river. For the Mississippi is trying to change its course. The battle to save New
Orleans, its jazz bands and petrol refineries is well and truly joined.
Film editor NORMAN BURGESS Directed by IAN CALVERT Produced by NED KELLY
Series editor PETER JONES BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Paine
Editor: Norman Burgess
Directed By: Ian Calvert
Produced By: Ned Kelly

: The 40th Edinburgh International Festival

A concert recorded last week at the Usher Hall the Chamber Orchestra of Europe leader
MATHIAS LINGENFELDER is conducted by its distinguished Artistic Adviser
Claudio Abbado
In the first half, they are joined by the brilliant Russian-born violinist Viktoria MuUova. Schubert Symphony No 2, in B flat (D 125)
Mendelssohn Violin Concerto in E minor, Op 64
Mozart Posthorn Serenade No 9, in D (K 320)
Presented by Richard Baker Sound RON ALLAN
Lighting JOHN MCCAW
Producer MIKE NEWMAN BBC Scotland
(Presented in association with IBM United Kingdom Trust)

Contributors

Leader: Mathias Lingenfelder
Unknown: Claudio Abbado
Presented By: Richard Baker
Presented By: Sound Ron Allan
Presented By: Lighting John McCaw
Producer: Mike Newman

: International Show Jumping

Highlights of today's
Silk Cut Derby at Hickstead Introduced by DAVID VINE

Contributors

Introduced By: David Vine

: John Huston Directs: The Mackintosh Man

starring Paul Newman James Mason
Joseph Rearden , jailed for 20 years following a diamond robbery, is approached by a gang specialising in prison escapes for wealthy criminals. Rearden, a British intelligence agent acting under cover, escapes and is taken to Ireland. His mission is to track down the gang's leader.
Screenplay by WALTER HILL Produced by JOHN FOREMAN Directed by JOHN HUSTON
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Contributors

Unknown: Paul Newman
Unknown: James Mason
Unknown: Joseph Rearden
Produced By: John Foreman
Directed By: John Huston
Rearden: Paul Newman
Sir George Wheeler: James Mason
Mrs Smith: Dominique Sanda
Mackintosh: Harry Andrews
Slade: Ian Bannen
Brown: Michael Hordern
Soames-Trevelyan: Nigel Patrick
Brunskill: Peter Vaughan
Judge: Roland Culver
Taafe: Percy Herbert
Jack Summers: Robert Lang
Gerda: Jenny Runacre
Buster: John Bindon
Prosecutor: Hugh Manning








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