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7.40 Foundation Maths - Complex Numbers

8.5 Isambard Kingdom Brunel

8.30 Maths - Topological Spaces

8.55 Statistics - distribution

9.20 Aluminium in Anglesey

9.45 Physiological Adaptation

10.10 The Adelaide Centre

10.35 Maths - Chebyshev Polynomials

11.0 Urban Education: New Directions

11.25 Poetry in Public

11.50 Geophysics of Cyprus

12.15 The Role of the Budget

12.40 Design with Plastic

1.5 Electronic Music

1.30 Ethology

1.55 Applicant Advisory Programme (2)

starring
Frank Sinatra , Kathryn Grayson with guest stars Ann Miller
Ricardo Montalban , Cyd Charisse
Ricardo is a great disappointment to his famous bandit father. He can barely ride a horse, doesn't drink and is frightened of women.
Director LASLO BENEDEK. Films: page 10

Contributors

Unknown:
Frank Sinatra
Unknown:
Kathryn Grayson
Unknown:
Ann Miller
Unknown:
Ricardo Montalban
Unknown:
Cyd Charisse
Director:
Laslo Benedek.
Ricardo:
Frank Sinatra
Teresa:
Kathryn Grayson
Chico:
J Carrol Naish
Isabella:
Mildred Natwick
Don José:
Mikhail Rasumny

England v The West Indies from Lord's for The Prudential Trophy
The closing stages of the second of this season's 55-over international matches. Introduced by PETER WEST Commentators RICHIE BENAUD and JIM LAKER
TV presentation DAVID KENNING , NICK HUNTER

Contributors

Introduced By:
Peter West
Commentators:
Richie Benaud
Unknown:
David Kenning

A series of outstanding and memorable programmes to mark 40 years of BBCtv
Behind the glamorous facade of the ballet there is the daily routine of class. Dancers are athletes and class is where they limber up, working through the movements which make up the vocabulary of classical ballet.
The leading dancers from The Royal Ballet take class in a studio at the Television Centre.
Ballet master Peter Wright Dancers: Maryon Lane
Merle Park , Georgina Parkinson Lynn Seymour , Doreen Wells Anthony Dowell , David Drew
Christopher Gable , Bryan Lawrence Derek Rencher
Commentary GILBERT VERNON
Pianist PATRICK HARVEY
Designer ROGER ANDREWS
Producer MARGARET DALE

Contributors

Dancers:
Peter Wright
Dancers:
Maryon Lane
Dancers:
Merle Park
Dancers:
Georgina Parkinson
Unknown:
Lynn Seymour
Unknown:
Doreen Wells
Unknown:
Anthony Dowell
Unknown:
David Drew
Unknown:
Christopher Gable
Unknown:
Bryan Lawrence
Unknown:
Derek Rencher
Pianist:
Commentary Gilbert Vernon
Pianist:
Patrick Harvey
Designer:
Roger Andrews
Producer:
Margaret Dale

A series of outstanding and memorable programmes to mark 40 years of BBCtv
Using some of the unique advantages of film and video electronics, the American choreographer, composer and director, Alwin Nikolais , collaborated with the BBC to produce this striking visual experience, The Relay.
It is followed by Nikolais Original, a film made during the production of The Relay, showing Nikolais at work, and exploring his approach to dance, especially in relation to television.
The Dancers:
Carolyn Carlson , Claudia Melrose Emery Hormans , Gerald Otte Tandy Bcal , Wanda Pruska
Bob Beswick , Robert Solomon Rick Biles. Kathy Gaskin
Suzanne McDermaid , James Teeters
Film cameraman PETER SARGENT Film editor DAVID SNASDELL
Videotape editor PETER Francis
Production assistant VIC DOWDALL Producer WILLIAM FITZWATER (First shnwn in June 1971)

Contributors

Director:
Alwin Nikolais
Dancers:
Carolyn Carlson
Dancers:
Claudia Melrose
Dancers:
Emery Hormans
Unknown:
Gerald Otte
Unknown:
Tandy Bcal
Unknown:
Wanda Pruska
Unknown:
Bob Beswick
Unknown:
Robert Solomon
Unknown:
Rick Biles.
Unknown:
Kathy Gaskin
Unknown:
Suzanne McDermaid
Unknown:
James Teeters
Unknown:
Peter Sargent
Editor:
David Snasdell
Editor:
Peter Francis
Producer:
William Fitzwater

Robert Stevenson
' Some people criticise me because I'm pleased that in the last 20 years my films have grossed somewhere around 200 million dollars, but ... I don't think that every picture should represent somebody's personal statement, unless you have a damn good personal statement to make.'
Measured by the box office, Robert Stevenson is the most successful director in Hollywood. More than a dozen of his films are among the biggest money-makers of all time. This programme traces his career from Tudor Rose in 1936. by way of Jane Eyre , Kidnapped and Mary Poppins , to One of Our Dinosaurs is Missing, 40 years later.
Producer JAMES WILSON BBC Scotland

Contributors

Unknown:
Robert Stevenson
Unknown:
Robert Stevenson
Unknown:
Jane Eyre
Unknown:
Mary Poppins
Producer:
James Wilson

The third in a season of Midnight Movie Double Bills featuring some of the great stars of terror and suspense.
The Hounds of Zaroff starring
Joel McCrea , Fay Wray
Fate takes famous big-game hunter Robert Rainsford to the tropical island lair of an even greater enthusiast for the chase, with bizarre tastes as to the quarry.
Produced and directed by ERNEST B. SCHOEDSACK and IRVING PICHEL
/ and at 12.5
The Hound of the Baskervilles starring
Basil Rathbone , Nigel Bruce
Perfectly cast as Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson, Messrs Rathbone and Bruce set out to solve the mystery of the curse that has bedevilled the Baskerville family for generations.
Based on the story by SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE Director SIDNEY LANFIELD Films: page 10

Contributors

Unknown:
Joel McCrea
Unknown:
Fay Wray
Unknown:
Robert Rainsford
Directed By:
Ernest B. Schoedsack
Unknown:
Basil Rathbone
Unknown:
Nigel Bruce
Unknown:
Sherlock Holmes
Unknown:
Messrs Rathbone
Story By:
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Director:
Sidney Lanfield
Robert Rainsford:
Joel McCrea
Eve Trowbridge:
Fay Wray
Count Zaroff:
Leslie Banks
Martin Trowbridge:
Robert Armstrong
Tartar servants:
Steve Clemento,
Tartar servants:
Noble Johnson
Sherlock Holmes:
Basil Rathbone
Dr Watson:
Nigel Bruce
Sir Henry Baskerville:
Richard Greene
Beryl Stapleton:
Wendy Barrie
Dr James Mortimer:
Lionel Atwill
Barryman:
John Carradine
Frankland:
Barlowe Borland
Mrs Jennifer Mortimer:
Beryl Mercer
John Stapleton:
Morton Lowry
Sir Hugo Baskerville:
Ralph Forbes

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