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: Open University

Physics: Reflections on Waves

: Westminster

Parliamentary update.

: Undersail

The restoration of a Bridgwater ketch.

: A Week to Remember

Pathe News of 1952. (B/w. Rptd on Thursday at 10.00am)

: The Jewels in the Crown?

In March, five companies began contracts to maintain nine Royal Parks in and around London.
Amid fears that standards will fall, Michael Goldfarb reports on their future.

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Goldfarb

: Scared Stiff

Comedy adventure starring Dean Martin Jerry Lewis
When a nightclub crooner becomes romantically involved with a gangster's moll, he and his bumbling pal go on the run and end up on a haunted island.
With George Dolenz , Jack Lambert , Dorothy Malone and William Ching. Director George Marshall
* FILMS: pages 4 1-48

Contributors

Unknown: Dean Martin
Unknown: Jerry Lewis
Unknown: George Dolenz
Unknown: Jack Lambert
Unknown: Dorothy Malone
Unknown: William Ching.
Director: George Marshall
Larry Todd: Dean Martin
Myron Mertz: Jerry Lewis
Mary Carroll: Lizabeth Scott
Carmelita Castina: Carmen Miranda

: After Hours

The entertainment magazine show from America.

: Impressions

A day in the life of retired Tully George of Norfolk.

Contributors

Unknown: Tully George Of

: Greenclaws

Children's programme.

: Wimbledon

A fascinating afternoon is in prospect at the Lawn Tennis Championships, as the scramble for quarter-final places continues. Desmond Lynam introduces the live action, and keeps you up-to-date with today's results. • STEREO
Including at
2.00pm and 3.00pm News and Weather
3.50pm News; Weather and Regional News; Weather

Contributors

Introduces: Desmond Lynam

: Open Space

Last in the present series.
Speaking Out. Half a million stammerers in the UK need help to overcome their speech problem and "at the moment there are pitifully few places for us to go," says Ron Kennedy who stammers himself. In his film, he features stammerers talking about their lives and the everyday situations that can fill them with dread. For the lucky few, successful therapy is an enormous liberation, and Ron Kennedy wants more courses on offer to stammerers of all ages combined with essential back-up treatment. "In my own case", he says, "I just wanted my children to grow up knowing me as a fluent person." Director Jane Gaylard
Series producer Giles Oakley
• TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
SUGGESTIONS/INFORMATION: write to [address removed]. For a factsheet, please send a sae.

Contributors

Unknown: Ron Kennedy
Unknown: Ron Kennedy
Director: Jane Gaylard
Producer: Giles Oakley

: BLACK AND WHITE IN COLOUR A Passage to India

A rare chance to see
Santha Rama Rau 's acclaimed 1965
Play of the Month adaptation of E M Forster's novel.
Featuring a distinguished cast, the film is a classic exploration of the cultural gap and mutual distrust between the British and Indian communities.
Adela Quested , an emotionally unstable young English woman, is brought to India by her prospective mother-in-law,
Mrs Moore. There, they are befriended by Dr Aziz.
Producer Peter Luke
DirectorWaris Hussein

Contributors

Unknown: Santha Rama Rau
Unknown: Adela Quested
Unknown: Mrs Moore.
Producer: Peter Luke
Unknown: Directorwaris Hussein
Mrs Moore: Sybil Thorndike
DrAziz: Zia Mohyeddin
Mr Fielding: Cyril Cusack
Adela Quested: Virginia McKenna
Professor Godbole: Michael Bates
Ronny Heaslop: Ronald Hines
Mr Hamidullah: Saeed Jaffrey

: Newsnight

With Sue Cameron.

: BLACK AND WHITE IN COLOUR Tonight

West Indians. Documentary directed in 1963 by Jack Gold for the early-evening magazine programme. It examines the troubles facing working-class Afro-Caribbeans in Britain at that time. The commentary was provided by Barbadian poet and writer George Lamming.

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Gold
Unknown: George Lamming.

: BLACK AND WHITE IN COLOUR Empire Road

The Street Party. The opening episode of Britain's first attempt at a black TV soap which was also the first drama series about black people created by a black writer, Michael Abbensetts.
Producer Peter Ansorge Director Alex Marshall

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Abbensetts.
Producer: Peter Ansorge
Director: Alex Marshall
Everlon Bennett: Norman Beaton
Hortense Bennett: Corinne Skinner-Carter
Marcus: Wayne Laryea
Miss May: Rosa Roberts
Walter Isaacs: Joe Marcell
Desmond: Trevor Butler
Royston: Vincent Taylor
Kate Morris: Sheila Kelley
Ranjanaa: Nauni Moonasar
Linda: Kymm Goodwin
Mr Kapoor: Mellan Mitchell

: Weatherview

: Open University

The Birth of Calculus








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