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: Open University

6.50 The Marriage of Figaro
7.15 Accounting for Managers (2)
7.40 Work, Energy and Power
8.05 Urban Transport and Harlem
8.30 // tempio malatestiano
8.55 Culture and Community: Spain (2)
9.20 South Yorkshire Transport
9.45 Visual Illusions: Now You See It
10.10 Tolstoy's Anna Karenina
10.35 Handicapped in the Community
11.00 Ethnic Minorities: To Bedford from Busso (2)
11.25 Music: Harmonic Analysis (2)
11.50 Volunteering and Social Action
12.15 Women and Organisations
12.40 Social Sciences: Poverty
1.05 Digital Measurement
1.30 Modern Art: Dali and Surrealism
1.55 Chemistry: Metals with Wings
2.20 Geology: Glaciers

Contributors

Unknown: Anna Karenina

: Shrikant

A Network East presentation Last in a ten-part Indian serial written by SARAT CHANDRA CHATTERJEE Rajlakshmi provides the dowry for both the Thakur daughters. Their grasping mother is unimpressed. Shrikant announces he's going to Burma to live. Can Rajlakshmi persuade him to stay? Can he persuade her to come too?
Directed by PRAVEEN NISCHOL BBC Pebble Mill (In Hindi with English subtitles. Shown again tomorrow on BBC1 at 11.50pm)

Contributors

Written By: Sarat Chandra Chatterjee
Directed By: Praveen Nischol
Shrikant: Farqoque Shaikh
Rajlakshmi: Sujata Mehta

: Saturday Cinema: Joan of Arc

starring
Ingrid Bergman Jose Ferrer
In 1428 France has been at war with England for almost 100 years. In the village of-Domremy in Lorraine, a 16-year-old peasant girl named Joan feels inspired to drive the enemy from France and crown the dauphin in Rheims cathedral.
Screenplay by MAXWELL ANDERSON and ANDREW SALT based on the stage play Joan of Lorraine by MAXWELL ANDERSON
Produced by WALTER WANGER Directed by VICTOR FLEMING
0 FILMS: page 13

Contributors

Unknown: Ingrid Bergman
Unknown: Jose Ferrer
Play By: Maxwell Anderson
Produced By: Walter Wanger
Directed By: Victor Fleming
Jeanne (Joan) d'Arc: Ingrid Ingrid Bergman
Dauphin: José Ferrer
Charles VII, King of France Dunois, Bastard of Orleans: Leif Erickson
Jean de la Boussac: John Ireland
La Hire: Ward Bond
John, Count of Luxembourg: J. Carrol Naish
Fr Massiau: Shepperd Strudwick
Guillaume: William Conrad
Jean le Maistre: Cecil Kellaway

: Cartoon Two

Honeyland

: Raj Kapoor: the Last Moghul

A Network East presentation I dream cinema, I breathe cinema, I live cinema. These are the words of Raj Kapoor who died on 2 June this year. This tribute charts his
40-year career as a producer, director and one of the most popular stars of Indian cinema. Raj Kapoor 's first job was as a clapper boy in the 1930s. By the 1950s he was making his most important films, artistically and commercially, in the decade regarded as the golden age of Indian cinema.
He popularised himself as a Chaplinesque 'down-and-out', and also brought the kiss back to the Indian screen after an absence of over 50 years.
Producer PAUL SEN
Series producer NARENDHRA MORAR

Contributors

Unknown: Raj Kapoor
Unknown: Raj Kapoor

: NewsView

Moira Stuart reads today's latest news and sport.
Richard Whitmore reviews the week, with subtitles. Followed by Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Moira Stuart
Unknown: Richard Whitmore

: James Stewart: Dynamite Man from Glory Jail

continuing a season of the great actor's films in celebration of his 80th birthday.
Tonight also starring George Kennedy Anne Baxter
Kurt Russell
Mattie Appleyard has served 40 years in Glory Jail - and saved$25,452 while he was in there. Now he's out and planning a future enjoying his hard-earned money. The trouble is, so are a lot of other people! Mattie isn't letting go of his future easily, and with his skill with dynamite, that means explosive results!
DOETKEN
Screenplay by JAMES LEE BARRETT from the novel by DAVIS GRUBB Produced and directed by ANDREW V. MCLAGLEN
0 FILMS: page 13
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: George Kennedy
Unknown: Anne Baxter
Unknown: Kurt Russell
Unknown: Mattie Appleyard
Unknown: James Lee Barrett
Novel By: Davis Grubb
Directed By: Andrew V. McLaglen
Mattie: James Stewart
'Doc' Council: George Kennedy
Cleo: Anne Baxter
Lee Cottrill: Strother Martin
Johnny Jesus: Kurt Russell
Roy K Sizemore: William Windom
Steve Mystic: Mike Kellin
Chanty: Kathy Cannon
Junior Kilfong: Morgan Paull
Willis Hubbard: Robert Donner
Homer: David Huddleston
Enoch Purdy: Dort Clark
Sonny Boy: James Lee Barrett
Clara: Kitty Jefferson

: The Family

The last in a 13-part series The After Years
The Wilkins family have all upped and left home. No more the cut knees and bruised egos, the joys and tears, the arguments that swirled about the crowded home; all is quiet. Scattered to the winds of Reading, the Wilkins brood have started new lives. They've encountered new problems and, for some, new partners. But for Margaret, their mother, life still goes on in the old home; and the film crew is back. In conversation with the programme's producer, Paul Watson , she reflects on the rights and wrongs of the serial; the then and now of life in Britain.

Contributors

Producer: Paul Watson

: Heimat

An 11-part series starring Marita Breuer Riidiger Weigang Karin Rasenack
6: The Home Front
Wilfried Wiegand has secured himself a cosy niche on the home front. Maria's sons have gone to war, and Martha, Anton's fiancee, arrives from
Hamburg. A wedding is to be celebrated, even if the groom is away at the Russian front.
Directed by EDGAR REITZ
(In German with English subtitles. In colour and black and white)
0 FILMS: page 13

Contributors

Unknown: Marita Breuer
Unknown: Riidiger Weigang
Unknown: Karin Rasenack
Unknown: Wilfried Wiegand
Directed By: Edgar Reitz
Maria: Marita Breuer
Martha: Sabine Wagner
Lucie: Karin Rasenack
Eduard: Rüdiger Weigang
Katharina: Gertrud Bredel
Mathias: Willi Burger
Otto: Jorg Hube
Peiritz: Johannes Metzdorf
Anton: Markus Reiter
Ernst: Roland Bongard
Wiegand: Johannes Lobewien
Zielke: Hans-Günter Kylau
Gschrey: Gerd Rigauer
Marie: Eva Maria Schneider
Pauline: Eva-Maria Bayerwaltes
Glasisch: Kurt Wagner
Erika(1): Roswitha Werkeiser
Erika(2): Hieka MacHt

: The Key

starring
William Holden
Sophia Loren
Trevor Howard
Second World War: David Ross , commander of an unarmed sea-going tug, 'inherits' the key to an apartment from the now dead former captain. With the apartment 'comes' a beautiful woman. Ross has a duplicate key made in the knowledge that his existence is daily threatened by the dangerous nature of his profession. This melodrama blends romance and elements of the supernatural in its vivid portrait of men at war.
Screenplay by CARL FOREMAN based on the novel Stella by JAN DE HARTOG Produced by AUBREY BARING Directed by CAROL REED
0 FILMS: page 13

Contributors

Unknown: William Holden
Unknown: Sophia Loren
Unknown: Trevor Howard
Unknown: David Ross
Play By: Carl Foreman
Produced By: Aubrey Baring
Directed By: Carol Reed
David Ross: William Holden
Stella: Sophia Loren
Chris Ford: Trevor Howard
Captain Van Dam: Oscar Homolda
Kane: Kieron Moore
Wadlow: Bernard Lee
Housekeeper: Beatrix Lehmann
Hotel porter: Noel Purcell
Weaver: Bryan Forbes








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