Programme Index

Discover 9,973,167 listings and 226,770 playable programmes from the BBC

7.40 San Francisco Railway (3)

8.5 DNA - The Thread of Life

8.30 M101/23 Modelling, Surveys

8.55 Who's Going to Manage?

9.20 Time Base Generator

9.45 Maths - Musical Instruments

10.10 Statistics - Linear Regression

10.35 Robert Lowell

11.0 The Adelaide Centre

11.25 Advisory Programme for Applicants (2)

11.50 Surrealism and Film

12.15 Understanding Aggro

12.40 History of Mathematics

1.5 The Golan Heights (2)

1.30 Educational Research Methods

The John Player League
Featuring one of today's outstanding matches.
As The John Player League nears its climax, the matches concerning the counties at the top become more and more vital. A defeat at this stage could involve a difference of thousands of pounds. The matches being played today are:
ESSEX t' MIDDLESEX
GLAMORGAN V DERBYSHIRE HAMPSHIRE V SUSSEX
SOMERSET V KENT
SURREY V NORTHAMPTONSHIRE
WARWICKSHIRE V LEICESTERSHIRE
YORKSHIRE V LANCASHIRE
Introduced by PETER WALKER Commentators JOHN ARLOTT and JIM LAKER
Television presentation
BOB DUNCAN and JOHN MCNICHOLAS
Record, Sporting Themes (REH 348), cassette (zcr 348), from record shops

Contributors

Introduced By:
Peter Walker
Commentators:
John Arlott
Unknown:
Bob Duncan
Unknown:
John McNicholas

A new series of the musical quiz in which Joseph Cooper as questionmaster invites you to match your musical wits against Annette Page , Bernard Levin Robin Ray
Guest musician Tito Gobbl
Designer PAMELA LAMBOOY Sound LANCE ANDREWS
Lighting GERRY MILLERSOR Producer WALTER TODDS Director HELEN MORTON

Contributors

Unknown:
Joseph Cooper
Unknown:
Annette Page
Unknown:
Bernard Levin
Unknown:
Robin Ray
Musician:
Tito Gobbl
Designer:
Pamela Lambooy
Unknown:
Gerry Millersor
Producer:
Walter Todds
Director:
Helen Morton

Presented by Tony Gubba
The 2nd World Cup
The final day from Montreal. The majority of the athletes can be expected to appear in Moscow next year, and many will be gold medallists. The highlights of today's events are the 5000m, the Men's 200m, the Ladies' 400m and the Men's 4 x 400m Relay Commentators DAVID COLEMAN
RON PICKERING and STUART STOREY
At 9.55*
The Dutch Grand Prix
Highlights of this afternoon's Formula 1 race, from Zandvoort - the 12th Round of this wide-open World Championship.
Commentator MURRAY WALKER
At 10.25*
The British
Show Jumping Derby
Highlights of this afternoon's classic show jumping event. The only occasion when horse and rider negotiate the steepest face of the 10ft 6in-high Derby Bank.
Commentators
RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD , DAVID VINE
At 11.10*
The Carrolls Irish Open
Highlights of this afternoon's Irish Open, for total prize money of £60,000. The holder, Britain's
KEN BROWN , faces stiff challenges from top American and European stars, including SEVERIANO BALLESTEROS. Commentators FRED COGLEY and RODDY CARR
* Timings subject to alteration
Television presentation: Athletics CBC Motor Racing DUTCH TV SERVICE
Show .tumping FRED VINER. Golf RTE
Sports Special producer MARTIN HOPKINS Sports Special editor MIKE MURPHY

Contributors

Presented By:
Tony Gubba
Commentators:
David Coleman
Unknown:
Ron Pickering
Unknown:
Stuart Storey
Unknown:
Raymond Brooks-Ward
Unknown:
Ken Brown
Unknown:
Severiano Ballesteros.
Unknown:
Roddy Carr
Unknown:
Fred Viner.
Editor:
Mike Murphy

It is the year 2173. At a top secret laboratory a capsule is opened revealing the body of a man frozen in suspended animation for 200 years. Miles Monroe is about to face a brave new world. Woody Allen's vision of the future finds him alive and not too well in a police state that seems terrifyingly familiar to America in the 70s!
(First showing on British television)

Contributors

Screenplay:
Woody Allen
Screenplay:
Marshall Brlckman
Producer:
Jack Grossberg
Director:
Woody Allen
Miles Monroe:
Woody Allen
Luna Schlosser:
Diane Keaton
Erno Windt:
John Beck
Dr Melik:
Mary Gregory
Dr Tryon:
Don Keefer
Dr Agon:
Don McLiam
Dr Orva:
Bartlett Robinson

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