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7.40 Exocrine Secretion

8.05 The Image in the Cloud

8.30 Foundation Maths: Limits

8.55 The Einstein Tower

9.20 The Balanced Budget

9.45 Renaissance Spectacle

10.10 Pure Maths: Morphisms

10.35 Biology of Polluted Water

11.00 Carboxylic Acids

11.25 Mining

11.50 Computer Hardware

12.15 Open Forum

12.40 What is Truth?

1.05 Educational Decision-Making

Percy Thrower at the County
Demonstration Garden, Probus
Since the spring of 1971 the Cornwall Education Committee has developed a remarkable experimental garden to provide a permanent demonstration of garden practices, design, maintenance and improvement. The first of two visits to this fascinating centre.
Producer BARRIE EDGAR (Birmingham)

Contributors

Unknown:
Percy Thrower
Producer:
Barrie Edgar

starring James Robertson Justice Edward Judd , Laurence Payne
First capture a German submarine, then man it with a British crew and send it out to locate and infiltrate the German Navy.
Director c. M. PENNINGTON-RICHARDS This Week's Films: page 15

Contributors

Unknown:
James Robertson
Unknown:
Edward Judd
Unknown:
Laurence Payne
Unknown:
M. Pennington-Richards
Lt Cmdr Tarlton:
Edward Judd
Rear-Admiral Rainbird:
Ames Robertson Justice
Lt Seaton:
Laurence Payne
Commander Scheffler:
Joachim Fuchsberger
Mike Fitzgerald:
Arthur O'Sulllvan
Captain Von Neymarck:
Albert Lieven

The Irish RFU Centenary Ireland and Scotland v England and Wales
Introduced by NIGEL STARMER-SMITH Commentator BILL MCLAREN
Television presentation by the IRISH TELEVISION SERVICE
Series producer BILL TAYLOR

Contributors

Introduced By:
Nigel Starmer-Smith

In Concert accompanied by RICHARD Sound
RICHARD CHAMBERLAIN Lighting JOHN GREEN
Designer STUART WALKER
Producer JOHNNY STEWART

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Chamberlain
Designer:
Stuart Walker
Producer:
Johnny Stewart

The 1975 Final for the Pot Black Trophy and first prize of £1,000. Also featuring the winner of the highest break prize and the Shot of the Series. Finalists:
Graham Miles (Birmingham) against
Dennis Taylor (Blackburn)
Presentations by Joe Davis , OBE Introduced by ALAN WEEKS Referee SYDNEY LEE
Commentator TED LOWE
Designer LYNDA KETTLE Director JIM DUMIGHAN
Producer REG PERRIN (Birmingham)

Contributors

Unknown:
Graham Miles
Unknown:
Dennis Taylor
Unknown:
Joe Davis
Introduced By:
Alan Weeks
Commentator:
Ted Lowe
Designer:
Lynda Kettle
Director:
Jim Dumighan
Producer:
Reg Perrin

from the novel by SYBILLE BEDFORD dramatised in five parts by ROBERT MULLER starring Claire Bloom
Irene Handl , Jeremy Brett Richard Hurndall Isla Blair with Julius married Melanie Merz , who gave him a daughter Henrietta, and shortly afterwards died of consumption. Nevertheless, he has joined the Merz household in Voss Strasse, Berlin. Part 4
Script editor lewnox PHILLIPS Lighting DEREK SLEE
Sound TREVOR WEBSTER Designer ohris PEMSEL Producer RON craddock Director DEREK MARTINUS

Contributors

Novel By:
Sybille Bedford
Unknown:
Robert Muller
Unknown:
Claire Bloom
Unknown:
Irene Handl
Unknown:
Jeremy Brett
Unknown:
Richard Hurndall
Unknown:
Isla Blair
Unknown:
Melanie Merz
Director:
Derek Martinus
Julius von Felden:
John Fraser
the Narrator:
Flora Robson
Gottlieb:
Richard Hurndall
Grandpapa Merz:
Cyril Shaps
Grandmama Merz:
Irene Handl
Friedrich Merz:
Leonard Fenton
Grand-uncle EmiL:
Harold Berens
Cousin Markwald:
Jack Lynn
Sarah Merz:
Claire Bloom
Eduard Merz:
Jeremy Brett
Croupier:
John Slavid
Gambler:
Anthony Dawes
Gambler:
Douglas Milvain
Gambler:
Terence Soall
Henrietta von Felden:
Katharine Levy
Caroline Trafford:
Isla Blair

Giving Britain a Facelift
Introduced by Melvyn Bragg
The first part of tonight's programme is devoted to artists and craftsmen who are brightening up our environment.
The Wall Painters
Blank brick walls are coming into their own; they're the sort of art you don't have to go to a museum for and can add a colourful new horizon to bricks and concrete.
The Sculptor in the Market Place Sculptor WILLIAM PYE 's new work took over nine months to build within a new London office block. What are the problems and responsibilities of the artist moving from his studio into the market place?
Keeping the Crafts Alive
Despite the renaissance of crafts, craftsmen need government help to survive. EDWIN MULLINS looks at the work of two craftsmen who have received state grants.
10.0 Julian Symons - ' 'Games'
In Symons's crime novels, he exposes with irony and humour the fantasies used by his characters to escape from their everyday lives. In this film, extracts from some of Symons's award-winning books are enacted by VASS ANDERSON , YVONNE BALL , ELAINE BANHAM , LAON MAYBANKE and JULIETTE JAMES , with comments from JULIAN SYMONS himself and readings by JULIAN GLOVER.
Film directors:
DAVID wilson (The Wall Painters) DENNIS MARKS (The Sculptor)
MARK kidel (Keeping the Crafts Alive) I.ESLIE megahey (Games)
Assistant editor TONY CASH Editor BILL MORTON

Contributors

Introduced By:
Melvyn Bragg
Unknown:
William Pye
Unknown:
Edwin Mullins
Unknown:
Julian Symons
Unknown:
Vass Anderson
Unknown:
Yvonne Ball
Unknown:
Elaine Banham
Unknown:
Juliette James
Unknown:
Julian Symons
Unknown:
Julian Glover.
Editor:
Bill Morton

A series of programmes made specially for audiences in the BBC regions and now seen for the first time countrywide.
Tonight, from BBC Scotland: Scope: Sandy Brown Edinburgh's Royal High School has produced many good jazz musicians, but none more gifted than clarinettist SANDY BROWN. And as an authority on acoustics his counsel was sought all over the world. Sandy Brown died last month.
This film, made during the last year of his life, is a tribute to his musicianship, his science, and his memorable character.
Producer w. GORDON smith
Series coordinator FRANK GILLARD

Contributors

Clarinettist:
Sandy Brown.
Unknown:
Sandy Brown
Unknown:
Frank Gillard

Tony Bilbow reviews Phantom of the Paradise, a rock version of the classic thriller ' Phantom of the Opera.'
Jane Mercer interviews the American actress Cybill Shep herd about her film career including The Last Picture Show, Daisy Miller and At Long Last Love.
Philip Jenkinson looks back at some of the movie melodies of the 1920s and 30s featured in a flew book called Tin Pan Alley.
Producer BARRY BROWN
Philip Jenkinson : page 15

Contributors

Unknown:
Jane Mercer
Unknown:
Cybill Shep
Unknown:
Daisy Miller
Unknown:
Philip Jenkinson
Producer:
Barry Brown
Unknown:
Philip Jenkinson

starring
Ingrid Bergman , Joseph Cotten with Michael Wilding Margaret Leighton
In the Australia of 1831 Simon Flusky , one-time stableboy, is a successful businessman but his aristocratic wife's spirit has broken. Then on the scene comes the gay and dashing Charles Adare , seeking an easy fortune.
Screenplay by JAMES BRIDIE based on the play by JOHN COLTON and MARY LINDEN and the novel by HELEN SIMPSON Director ALFRED HITCHCOCK
This Week's Films: page 15

Contributors

Unknown:
Ingrid Bergman
Unknown:
Joseph Cotten
Unknown:
Michael Wilding
Unknown:
Margaret Leighton
Unknown:
Simon Flusky
Unknown:
Charles Adare
Play By:
James Bridie
Play By:
John Colton
Play By:
Mary Linden
Novel By:
Helen Simpson
Director:
Alfred Hitchcock
Lady Henrietta Flusky:
Ingrid Bergman
Sam Flusky:
Joseph Cotten
Charles Adare:
Michael Wilding
Milly:
Margaret Leighton
The Governor:
Cecil Parker
Attorney-General:
Denis O'Dea
Winter:
Jack Watling
The Coachman:
Harcourt Williams
Manager of the Bank:
John Ruddock
Governor's secretary:
Bill Shine
Rev Smiley:
Victor Lucas
Mr Riggs:
Ronald Adam
Major Wilkins:
Francis de Wolff
Dr Macallister:
G H Mulcaster

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