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7.40 Foundation Maths

8.05 Poetry

8.30 Pure Maths

8.55 Digital Computing

9.20 Ford Interview

9.45 Woodland Decomposers

10.10 Curriculum Design

10.35 Maths

11.00 Demographic Crisis

11.25 War Consequences 1814-30

11.50 Palaeontology and Geological Time

12.15 Suez Crisis

12.40 Transmission Lines

1.05 Childhood in Victorian Literature

1.30 Nutrition for Animals

starring Joan Crawford
Michael Wilding with Gig Young Marjorie Rambeau
A temperamental musical comedy star realises that love is more important than the adulation she has grown used to in show business.
Director Charles WALTERS. Films: page 8

Contributors

Unknown:
Joan Crawford
Unknown:
Michael Wilding
Unknown:
Gig Young
Unknown:
Marjorie Rambeau
Director:
Charles Walters.
Jenny Stewart:
Joan Crawford
Tye Graham:
Michael Wilding
Cliff Willard:
Gig Young
Mrs Stewart:
Marjorie Rambeau
Joe Denner:
Henry Morgan
Martha:
Dorothy Patrick
Philip Norton:
James Todd
Gene:
Eugene Loring
Monty Rolfe:
Paul Guilfoyle
Charlie Maylor:
Benny Rubin
Peter:
Peter Chong
Anne:
Maidie Norman

starring Brian Cant with Toni Arthur , Derek Griffiths
Julie Stevens , Jonathan Cohen Spike Heatley , Alan Rushton
Today's a Play Away Away Day from the Bankside Globe Play-house in London.
Musical director JONATHAN COHEN Designer KEN LEDSHAM
Producer ANN REAY

Contributors

Unknown:
Brian Cant
Unknown:
Toni Arthur
Unknown:
Derek Griffiths
Unknown:
Julie Stevens
Unknown:
Jonathan Cohen
Unknown:
Spike Heatley
Unknown:
Alan Rushton
Director:
Jonathan Cohen
Designer:
Ken Ledsham
Producer:
Ann Reay

People make Television
KITE COMMUNITY ACTION present: The Kite and Cambridge
Cambridge is threatened by a huge shopping complex with parking for 2,500 cars. Kite Community Action opposes it. This programme shows the evils of destroying city centres for motorised shoppers.
Made in co-operation with the BBC's Community Programme Unit

British Film Premiere
Written, directed and narrated by PETER WATKINS
Death; sex; and the total isolation of the individual: in Edvard Munch 's work up to his mental breakdown in 1908 all three are merged. It is this merging of the themes of love, death, jealousy and despair in the Norwegian artist's early life and artistic development that PETER WATKINS explores in his film. He captures the claustrophobia of the age in a highly impressionistic style which mirrors exactly the work and anxieties, the pains and passions of this highly controversial painter, as he strove to express a greater understanding of the human psyche.
Co-production between the SWEDISH BROADCASTING CORPORATION and the NORWEGIAN BROADCASTING CORPORATION

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Watkins
Unknown:
Edvard Munch
Unknown:
Peter Watkins
Edvard Munch:
Geir Westby
Mrs Heiberg:
Gro Fraas

starring Charlton Heston
Lizabeth Scott , Viveca Lindfors Dean Jagger , Don DeFore
Danny runs a shady bookmakers with two confederates, Barney and Augie. They are indirectly responsible for a heavy loser's death, and his brother seeks vengeance.
Director WILLIAM DIETERLE
. Films: page 8

Contributors

Unknown:
Charlton Heston
Unknown:
Lizabeth Scott
Unknown:
Viveca Lindfors
Unknown:
Dean Jagger
Unknown:
Don Defore
Director:
William Dieterle
Danny Haley:
Charlton Heston
Fran:
Lizabeth Scott
Victoria Winant:
Viveca Lindfors
Captain Garvey:
Dean Jagger
Arthur Winant:
Don Defore
Augie:
Jack Webb
Barney:
Ed Begley

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