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7.40 Foundation Maths

8.5 The Image in the Cloud

8.30 Pure Maths

8.55 Regional Analysis

9.20 Ford Interview

9.45 Ecological Sampling

10.10 Curriculum Design

10.35 Maths

11.0 Reading Development

11.25 Women in World Wars

11.50 Fossils

12.15 Chinese Revolution

12.40 Noise and Interference

1.5 Novel and TV

1.30 Blood Circulation

starring Lex Barker , Pierre Brice Mario Adorf , Marie Versini
Winnetou leads his Apaches on the warpath when Santer, backed by a group of bandits and the Kiowa Indians, breaks an agreement with the Apaches and runs a new railroad through their land.
Director HARALD REINL. Films: page 11

Contributors

Unknown:
Lex Barker
Unknown:
Pierre Brice
Unknown:
Mario Adorf
Unknown:
Marie Versini
Director:
Harald Reinl.
Old Shatterhand:
Lex Barker
Winnetou:
Pierre Brice
Santer:
Mario Adorf
Nscho-tschi:
Marie Versini
Sam Hawkens:
Ralf Wolter
Bill Jones:
Walter Barnes
Intschu-tschuna:
Mavid Popovic

An entertainment for children starring Brian Cant with Toni Arthur , Dave Arthur Lionel Morton , Jonathan Cohen Spike Heatley , Alan Rushton
Brian and Company invite you to ' Come to the Fair'.
Director PETER CHARLTON
Producer ANN REAY

Contributors

Unknown:
Brian Cant
Unknown:
Toni Arthur
Unknown:
Dave Arthur
Unknown:
Lionel Morton
Unknown:
Jonathan Cohen
Unknown:
Spike Heatley
Unknown:
Alan Rushton
Director:
Peter Charlton
Producer:
Ann Reay

Pontypool v Newport
Pontypool's famous front row, TONY FAULKNER , BOBBY WINDSOR and GRAHAM PRICE, helped them to the Welsh club championship last season. This year, however, it's Newport making the title bid.
Commentator NIGEL STARMER-SMITH
Director ONLLWYN BRACE
Series producer BILL TAYLOR

Contributors

Unknown:
Tony Faulkner
Commentator:
Nigel Starmer-Smith
Director:
Onllwyn Brace
Producer:
Bill Taylor

by Charles Dickens

The BBC2 Serial
Dramatised in seven parts by Julia Jones and Donald Churchill

Boffin's sudden miserliness has alerted Bella to the evils of wealth and she has had a change of heart towards Rokesmith. Meanwhile, Silas Wegg is plotting the 'Golden Dustman's' downfall.
(Shown last Monday)

Contributors

Author:
Charles Dickens
Dramatised by:
Julia Jones
Dramatised by:
Donald Churchill
Producer:
Martin Lisemore
Director:
Peter Hammond

by Michael Ayrton
The subject of mirrors fascinated
MICHAEL AYRTON , the sculptor, artist and writer. Shortly before his death last November he completed the scripts for a television series, which he was to have presented, on mirrors and reflections in painting, archaeology, history, myth, science and nature.
This programme is an attempt to capture some of the richness of that series that Ayrton did not live to make. It combines extracts from Ayrton's scripts, presented by HUGH BURDEN, with illustrations ranging from his own reflective sculptures to the destruction of mirror symmetries in particle physics.
Some of Ayrton's friends comment in the programme on what Michael Ayrton and his mirrors meant to them.
Graphic designer DICK BAILEY Designer JOHN O'HARA
Research JANE CALLANDER Director BRIAN JOHNSON Producer KARL SABBAGH

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Ayrton
Unknown:
Michael Ayrton
Unknown:
Michael Ayrton
Designer:
Dick Bailey
Designer:
John O'Hara
Unknown:
Jane Callander
Director:
Brian Johnson
Producer:
Karl Sabbagh

A series of new plays from Birmingham
Jack Flea's Birthday Celebration by IAN MCEWAN
Jack Flea finds himself living with a woman nearly twice his age, who decides to make him her fantasy child. It is a role our young hero cannot resist.
Script editor PEDR JAMES
Designer MALCOLM GOULDING Producer TARA PREM Director MIKE NEWELL

Contributors

Unknown:
Ian McEwan
Unknown:
Jack Flea
Editor:
Pedr James
Designer:
Malcolm Goulding
Director:
Mike Newell
Ruth:
Sara Kestelman
David:
David Wilkinson
Mrs Lee:
Eileen McCallum
Mr Lee:
Ivor Roberts

People make Television
Tonight: the pupils of Red Lodge School present
Are we Special?
' Our school is for boys and girls who are slow learners. We are making a television programme about our school because other people don't understand us and they call us names.'
The pupils hope to dispel some misunderstandings about special schools by showing the varied activities at Red Lodge.
Made by the pupils of Red Lodge School with the BBC's Community Programme Unit.

starring Anthony Quinn with Carol Ohmart
Arthur Franz , Jay Robinson
Kathryn Grant , Nehemiah Persoff Tom Kupfen , a thuggish ex-football player, leads an aimless life in the twilight world of Los Angeles with his companions, Honey, a lost young girl, Kicks, an out-of-work piano player and Gage, a sadistic crook. When Tom and Gage hatch a plot to kidnap a young naval officer and his fiancee, the group finds itself on a downhill course to disaster.
Director HARRY HORNER

Contributors

Unknown:
Anthony Quinn
Unknown:
Carol Ohmart
Unknown:
Arthur Franz
Unknown:
Jay Robinson
Unknown:
Kathryn Grant
Unknown:
Nehemiah Persoff
Unknown:
Tom Kupfen
Director:
Harry Horner
Tom Kupfen:
Anthony Quinn
Erico London:
Carol Ohmart
Arthur Mitchell:
Arthur Franz
Gage Freeposter:
Jay Robinson
Kicks Johnson:
Nehemiah Persoff
Honey:
Kathryn Grant
Ben David:
Paul Stewart

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