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7.40 Foundation Maths - Oscillations

8.5 Victorian Cast Iron

8.30 Maths-Galois Theory

8.55 Poland's Economic Development

9.20 Computers - Future Developments

9.45 Circadian Rhythms (1)

10.10 Classroom Interaction

10.35 Maths - Fourier Transforms

11.0 Reading Development

11.25 Charles Tomlinson

11.50 Earthquakes

12.15 Incomes Policy

12.40 Predicting Failure

1.5 The Composer and his Audience

1.30 Neural Modelling

1.55 Maths Analysis

also starring
Michael Wilding , Tom Walls
When a new member of staff joins the Mayfair household of art collector Joshua Howard , his niece Judy wonders if Richard is the footman he pretends to be.
Produced and directed by HERBERT WILCOX Films: page 17

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Wilding
Unknown:
Joshua Howard
Directed By:
Herbert Wilcox
Judy Howard:
Anna Neagle
Richard:
Michael Wilding
Uncle Joshua:
Tom Walls
Basil Maitland:
Peter Graves

Circles: Tony Hart , Pat Keyselt SYLVESTE MCCOY and VVILF LUNN With THE PROF
Director CLIVE DOIG. Producer
PATRICK DOWLING.

Contributors

Unknown:
Tony Hart
Unknown:
Pat Keyselt
Unknown:
Sylveste McCoy
Director:
Clive Doig.
Unknown:
Patrick Dowling.

Robin Ray introduces a new production from France of the ballet Coppelia
Choreography by ROLAND PETIT Music by LEO DELIBES
Designed by ENZIO FRIGERIO
This new version of the familiar story of the doll Coppelia and her sinister creator makes a number of substantial changes in the setting and the interpretation of the story.
It is danced by: Director DIRK SANDERS
Produced by FRANCE 3 Television Service

Contributors

Introduces:
Robin Ray
Choreography By:
Roland Petit
Music By:
Leo Delibes
Designed By:
Enzio Frigerio
Director:
Dirk Sanders
Swanilda:
Karen Kain
Franz, and:
Rudy Bryans
Dr Coppelius:
Roland Petit
with the Corps de Ballet:
Of The
Ballets de Marseille and The Orchestra of the Marseille Opera conducted by:
Jacques Bazire

Starring Lina Carstens, Fritz Rasp

The first in a season presenting some of the latest and best feature films from around the world, Lina Braake was widely praised it international festivals last year and will open at a London cinema next week.
Eighty-two-year-old Lina Braake is tricked out of her flat by the bank and sent to live in an Old People's Home. There she meets Gustav, veteran of several bankruptcies, and together they plot a most ingenious revenge.

"Masterfully done... effective and touching the director's gift in telling a story with fresh insight places him in the front line of West German cinema." (Variety)
Films: page 17

Contributors

Writer/Director:
Bernhard Sinkel
Lina Braake:
Lina Carstens
Gustav Haertlein:
Fritz Rasp
Koener:
Herbert Botticher
Lene Schoner:
Erica Schramm
Jawlonski:
Benno Hoffman
Scholz:
Ellen Maiilke
Duerr:
Oskar Von Schaab
Gruber:
Gustl Datz
Fink:
Rainer Basedow
Wenzl:
Wilfried Klaus
Mangold:
Ellen Frank

Based on the novels by Robert Graves
A second chance to see this BBC2 Serial in 12 parts.
Written by Jack Pulman
'I, Claudius am now about to write this strange history...' His history is of Rome and starts during the Emperorship of Augustus. Augustus rules Rome and therefore the world, but his wife, Livia, rules him.

Contributors

Writer:
Jack Pulman
Based on the novels by:
Robert Graves
Producer:
Martin Lisemore
Director:
Herbert Wise

starring
George Sanders Richard Johnson
Amid the ancient ruins and pyramids of Egypt a daring robbery is masterminded by an international thief known only as ' The Major'.
From the novel The Asphalt Jungle by W. R. BURNETT
Director WOLF RILLA Films, page 17

Contributors

Unknown:
George Sanders
Unknown:
Richard Johnson
Unknown:
W. R. Burnett
Director:
Wolf Rilla
The Major:
George Sanders
Actor:
Alirichard Johnson
Amina:
Faten Hamana
Kuchuk:
Walter Rilla
Kerim:
Ahmed Mazhar
Bamba:
Mona

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