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6.25 Classical Greece: Sculpture
6.50 Introduction to Calculus: Vectors
7.15 Maths: Homeomorphisms
7.40 Stockhausen and Kontakte
8.5 Cancer: Terminal Care
8.30 Romanticism
8.55 Multicultural Education
9.20 Jackson Pollock
9.45 James Bond : 5
10.10 The Polymer Age
10.35 Britain: A Granary for Rome?
11.0 Maths Methods: the Exam
11.25 Molecular Evolution
11.50 Unemployment: Causes and Cures
12.15 Maths across the Curriculum
12.40 Corrosion Prevention on Oilrlgs
1.5 The Adelaide Centre in NW London 1.30 Production Systems
1.55 Biological System Respiration
2.20 Handicapped In the Community
2.45 Electronics: a Study in Design

Contributors

Unknown:
Jackson Pollock
Unknown:
James Bond

Starring Sally Gray, Nigel Patrick, Stephen Murray, Derek Farr
Sir Robert Rawley is a self-made man whose blindness has increased his love for his only son Simon, who has been reported killed in action. Rawley determines to erect a fitting memorial to the fallen hero. But mysterious happenings occur in the house that force him to think again...
Films: page 17

Contributors

Screenplay:
Michael Pertwee
Producer:
N. A. Bronsten
Director:
Lance Comfort
Robert Rawley:
Stephen Murray
Joan Rawley:
Beatrice Campbell
Foreman:
George Woodbridge
Lord Clandon:
Seymour Hicks
Lady Clandon:
Marie Lohr
Simpson:
Edgar Norfolk
Pringle:
James Hayter
Nellie:
Yvonne Owen
Angela Rawley:
Sally Gray
Maxwell Oliver:
Derek Farr
Simon Rawley:
Nigel Patrick
Cook:
Irene Handl
Cafe singer:
Maria Var

The NatWest Bank Trophy Final Surrey v Warwickshire
PETER WEST introduces coverage of the Closing stages of the season's showpiece final from Lord's.
Commentators
RICHIE BENAUD , JIM LAKER and TOM GRAVENEY
Producers BILL TAYLOR and MIKE ADLEY Executive producer NICK HUNTER

Contributors

Unknown:
Richie Benaud
Unknown:
Jim Laker
Unknown:
Tom Graveney
Producers:
Bill Taylor
Producers:
Mike Adley
Producer:
Nick Hunter

PETE MORGAN -
Return to Robin Hood 's Bay
The three-mile stretch of coast around Robin Hood 's Bay comprises a landscape so varied and so rich in history that it affords a fruitful source of poetic inspiration. Local poet Pete Morgan lived here for many years and he returns on horseback to guide us round its well-loved tracks and ancient landmarks.
Poems narrated by Leslie Sands
Film editor MARTIN HARRIS Producer DOUGLAS B. SMITH

Contributors

Unknown:
Pete Morgan
Unknown:
Robin Hood
Unknown:
Robin Hood
Unknown:
Pete Morgan
Editor:
Martin Harris
Producer:
Douglas B. Smith

Regional Variations (2)

Duration: 1 hour, 15 minutes

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

Robert Kee charts the history of the six counties of Northern Ireland between 1921 and 1974, from the royal opening of parliament in Ulster to the Sunningdale agreement. Show more

starring
Robert Donat
Madeleine Carroll
Hitchcock's 1935 version of Buchan's classic adventure story remains one of the most popular British films by the acknowledged master of suspense and mystery.
Richard Hannay , pursued by the police and an international spy ring, eventually finds himself fleeing across the desolate Scottish moors - handcuffed to a beautiful blonde! ,
Screenplay by ALMA REVILLE and CHARLES BENNETT
Based on the novel by JOHN BUCHAN Produced by MICHAEL BALCON Directed by ALFRED HITCHCOCK Films: page 17
Film newt and revlewt on Ceelax

Contributors

Unknown:
Robert Donat
Unknown:
Madeleine Carroll
Unknown:
Richard Hannay
Play By:
Alma Reville
Unknown:
Charles Bennett
Novel By:
John Buchan
Produced By:
Michael Balcon
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
Hannay:
Robert Donat
Pamela:
Madeleine Carroll
Miss Smith:
Lucie Mannheim
Professor Jordan:
Godfrey Tearle
Crofter's wife:
Peggy Ashcroft
Crofter:
John Laurie
Mrs Jordan:
Helen Haye
Sheriff:
Frank Cellier
Memory:
Wylie Watson
Commercial travellers:
Gus McNorton
Commercial travellers:
Jerry Verno
Maid:
Peggy Simpson
Innkeeper's wife:
Hilda Trevelyan

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