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7.40 Work Study at Hoover Ltd

8.5 San Francisco Railway (4)

8.30 Electromagnetic Radiation

8.55 Heart and Lungs

9.20 Computing - Compiling

9.45 Catalysis

10.10 White Collar Work

10.35 Fuel Crisis

11.0 Project Tutoring

11.25 Iron Bridges

11.50 The Handicapped - Working Together

12.15 Images of the Working Class

12.40 Cratering and Lunar Geology

1.5 Warsaw: Housing

1.30 Elementary Maths - Differential Equations

Who will win the John Player League this season after the most exciting finish ever? Several teams are poised to take the Championship. All could be left until the last ball of the final over.

(Northern Ireland: Cricket and All Ireland Hurling).

Contributors

Commentator:
John Arlott
Commentator:
Jim Laker
TV Presentation:
Bob Duncan

Tale of an Elephant
Told by Patrick Allen
' Miss Kenya' is a wild African elephant. She was given that name by a Japanese camera team who came to know her well as they tracked her day by day through the East African bush. They knew she was about to give birth, an event they hoped would be the highlight of their film.
Instead, their story took a stranger turn and they were faced with an unexpected but no less fascinating record of life among the largest land animals on earth.
Director SEIDO HINO
A NIPPON TELEVISION NETWORK CORPORATION production
Editors MICHAEL ANDREWS. ANTHONY ISAACS BBC Bristol.

Contributors

Told By:
Patrick Allen
Editors:
Michael Andrews.

' A man who is settled in his opinions,' said Dr Johnson, ' does not love to have the tranquillity of his convictions disturbed.'
Undeterred Malcolm Muggeridge puts some of the many questions submitted by the viewers to this week's guests
Chris Bonington , CBE
Dr Sydney Brenner , FRS
Professor Graeme Moodie Dr Jane Somerville
Director MICHAEL HOGAN Producer OLIVER HUNKIN

Contributors

Unknown:
Malcolm Muggeridge
Unknown:
Chris Bonington
Unknown:
Dr Sydney Brenner
Unknown:
Professor Graeme Moodie
Unknown:
Dr Jane Somerville
Director:
Michael Hogan
Producer:
Oliver Hunkin

In Search of Constant Lambert
Composer, conductor, critic, wit, Constant Lambert was one of the most gifted and entertaining personalities of 20th-century music.
First shown in 1965. this film is being repeated to mark the 25th anniversary of his death.
The friends and colleagues taking part are:
Denis Aplvor , Malcolm Arnold Leslie Ayre , Michael Ayrton Sir Frederick Ashton Martin Boddey
Maurice Brown , William Chappell Deryck Cooke , Gordon Crier Tom Driberg , Duke Ellington Alan Frank , James Gibb Gavin Gordon
Sir Robert Helpmann
Julian Herbage. Louis Kentner Christopher Lambert
Elisabeth Lutyens , Angus Morrison Bronislawa Nijinska Peter Quennell
Geraldine and Mary Peppin Alan and Isabel Rawsthorne C. B. Rees , Randall Swingler Dame Ninette de Valois Sir William Walton
English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Lawrence Leonard Narrator and interviewer
FRANCIS COLEMAN
Film editor MICHAEL BRADSELL
Producer BARRIE GAVIN

Contributors

Unknown:
Denis Aplvor
Unknown:
Malcolm Arnold
Unknown:
Leslie Ayre
Unknown:
Michael Ayrton
Unknown:
Sir Frederick Ashton
Unknown:
Martin Boddey
Unknown:
Maurice Brown
Unknown:
William Chappell
Unknown:
Deryck Cooke
Unknown:
Gordon Crier
Unknown:
Tom Driberg
Unknown:
Duke Ellington Alan Frank
Unknown:
James Gibb
Unknown:
Gavin Gordon
Unknown:
Sir Robert Helpmann
Unknown:
Julian Herbage.
Unknown:
Louis Kentner
Unknown:
Christopher Lambert
Unknown:
Elisabeth Lutyens
Unknown:
Angus Morrison
Unknown:
Bronislawa Nijinska
Unknown:
Peter Quennell
Unknown:
Mary Peppin
Unknown:
Isabel Rawsthorne
Unknown:
C. B. Rees
Unknown:
Randall Swingler
Unknown:
Sir William Walton
Conducted By:
Lawrence Leonard
Interviewer:
Francis Coleman
Editor:
Michael Bradsell
Producer:
Barrie Gavin

The Whitefriars are an Order of Carmelite Friars who live in an ancient priory at Aylesford, Kent. They are a lively community, who are visited by thousands of people annually - either on retreat or else for the day, when they attend Mass and often pour out their troubles to the friendly Brothers.
The Whitefriars run a guesthouse, a pottery, a tea-room and a book-shop. Their household chores are done by Spanish Carmelite nuns and they lead a cheerful bachelor life. There are eight novices in the Order, and they have formed their own private pop group.
Producer JENNIFER JEREMY

Contributors

Producer:
Jennifer Jeremy
on BBC Two England

A comedy film series re-creating the successful feature film starring Alan Alda as Hawkeye and Wayne Rogers as Trapper John Five O'clock Charlie

Contributors

Unknown:
Alan Alda
Unknown:
Wayne Rogers

with Yves Montand , Frankie Vaughan Tony Randall , Wilfrid Hyde White As the star of an off-Broadway show, Marilyn's obvious talent is enough to persuade a self-important millionaire to join the cast incognito, and her rendering of ' My heart belongs to Daddy ' provides one of the film's most memorable moments.
Director GEORGE CUKOR. Films: page 14

Contributors

Unknown:
Yves Montand
Unknown:
Frankie Vaughan
Unknown:
Tony Randall
Unknown:
Wilfrid Hyde White
Director:
George Cukor.
Amanda:
Marilyn Monroe
Jean-Marc Clement:
Yves Montand
Howard Coffman:
Tony Randall
Tony Danton:
Frankie Vaughan
John Wales:
Wilfrid Hyde White
Oliver Burton:
David Burns
Dave Kerry:
Michael David
Lily Nyles:
Mara Lynn
Abe Miller:
Dennis King Jr
Lamont:
Joe Besser

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