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7.40 Shop Supervisor

8.5 Growth and Replication

8.30 M101/32: Catastrophe Theory

8.55 Fourier Analysis and Transducer Response

9.20 Computing: Hardware Structures

9.45 Elementary Maths: Relations

10.10 Pure Maths: Rings

10.35 The Ghent Altarpiece

11.0 Hydrothermal Plumes

11.25 Modern Art from 1848

11.50 Computers: File Processing

12.15 The Argument from Design

12.40 The Face of Germany

1.5 Two Ways to Work

1.30 Accountants and Economists

The John Player League Gloucestershire v Essex
Essex, who were so narrowly beaten into second place last season, have had a very unhappy start this year, losing points to the weather rather than their opponents.
Gloucestershire, with players of the calibre of Mike Procter and the very much in-form Alistair Hignell available, will want to show well during this their cricket festival week.
PETER WALKER introduces the programme which includes news of today's other fixtures:
Kent v Sussex
Leicestershire v Yorkshire
Northamptonshire v Worcestershire Somerset v Lancashire
Surrey v Nottinghamshire Warwickshire v Middlesex
Commentators at Gloucester JOHN ARLOTT and JIM LAKER
Television presentation
BOB DUNCAN and ROY NORTOH

Contributors

Unknown:
Mike Procter
Unknown:
Alistair Hignell
Introduces:
Peter Walker
Unknown:
Bob Duncan
Unknown:
Roy Nortoh

A digest of the news of the week and other world matters of interest seen by news cameras around the world, plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear. with Angela Rippon
Editor BILL NORTHWOOD

Contributors

Unknown:
Angela Rippon
Editor:
Bill Northwood

Mr Beesley 's Secret Garden
The semi-detached suburban garden belonging to John and Valerie Beesley in Bristol was filmed for two years by specialist cameramen - it is a safari down their garden path that is full of surprises: where strange creatures swim on the surface of leaves, where wasps hatch from the mummified bodies of aphids and fox cubs gambol on the lawn.
After this exploration of the way your garden grows and the way its inhabitants struggle for survival, it will never seem the same again. Narrated by BARRY PAINE
Produced by MICHAEL ANDREWS and MICHAEL SALISBURY
Series editors MICHAEL ANDREWS and ANTHONY ISAACS
BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown:
Mr Beesley
Unknown:
Valerie Beesley
Produced By:
Michael Andrews
Produced By:
Michael Salisbury
Editors:
Michael Andrews
Editors:
Anthony Isaacs

starring
Shirley MacLaine , Michael Caine
Harry Deane , master crook, plans the crime of the century - aided by night-club entertainer Nicole. But even the plans of ' master' crooks can go wrong ..
Directed by RONALAD NEAME. Films: page 13

Contributors

Unknown:
Shirley MacLaine
Unknown:
Michael Caine
Unknown:
Harry Deane
Directed By:
Ronalad Neame.
NiCOle:
Shirley MacLaine
Harry:
Michael Caine
Shahbandar::
Herbert Lom
Ram:
Roger C Carmel
Abdul:
Arnold Moss
Emile:
John Abbott
Colonel Salim:
Richard Angarola
Hotel clerk:
Maurice Marsac

A serial of the Plantagenet kings in 13 episodes.
7:Lion of Christendomby JACK RUSSELL starring
Inspired by Richard, his army moves south to the Holy Land for a new crusade. Eleanor has also journeyed south; her concern however, is not so much for souls, but to find a bride for Richard.

Contributors

Unknown:
Jack Russell
Richard:
Michael Byrne
Eleanor:
Jane Lapotaire
Berengaria:
Zoe Wanamaker
Philip:
Christopher Gable
John:
John Duttine
Nun:
Yvonne Edgell
Geoffrey Bastard:
Ralph Arllss
Drunk crusader:
Johnny Dennis
Sicilian boy:
Paul Aston
Black monk:
Brian Tully
Joanna:
Christina Greatrex
Crusader JOHN:
Scott Martin
Baldwin of Canterbury:
Basil Clarke
Doctor:
Anthony Collin
Duke of Burgundy:
Peter Baldwin
Hubert Walter:
Ralph Michael
Arbalester:
Bruce Lidington,
Reinfred:
Paul Alexis,
Safadin:
Wensley Pithey,
Common soldier:
Chubby Oates

Another chance to see this film about the extraordinary rock star David Bowie to coincide with a series of sell-out concerts in Britain this month.
"I am an actor, I play parts, fragments of myself."
When we filmed Bowie in Hollywood he was discarding the elaborate costume and make-up of his legendary character Ziggy Stardust to assume a new, more enigmatic role.
"Fabulous" (Time Out) "A fascinating film" (London Evening News) "The film that made David Bowie a film star." (The Guardian)

Contributors

Subject:
David Bowie
Executive Producer:
Mike Wooller
Director:
Alan Yentob

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