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6.25 The Evolution of Breeding Systems

6.50 The MP's Surgery

7.15 Statistics: Correlation

7.40 Social Psychology

8.5 Family Therapy

8.30 The Natural History Museum

8.55 Recycling Scrap Copper

9.20 Inquiry: Symbolic Deaths

9.45 Working for Love

10.10 Maths: Complex Integration

10.35 Seventeenth-Century England: Appleton House

11.0 Preparing to Study with the OU

11.25 The Case of William Tyndale

11.50 Rural Land Use

12.15 The Crisp Revolution

12:40 'Maids the Mad Shooter'

1.5 Maths: The Dodecahedral Group

1.30 Database: Management System

1.55 The 19th-century Novel

2.20 Community and Order

2.45 Modern Art: Monuments

starring
Dean Martin Lana Turner
Dean Martin is in top devil-may-care form in this witty comedy. As lawyer Steve Flood , he loses so much money betting on horses that his wife Melanie decides it's time to do something drastic. Convinced she will soon recoup his losses and save her marriage, she secretly arranges to book all Steve's bets through a friend. But gambling is a tricky business and Melanie is alarmed when Steve's first bet is a 17-1 shot ... Meanwhile, Steve's real bookie is unhappy about losing one of his best customers and instructs his mob of wacky thugs to discover who's got the action.
Screenplay by JACK ROSE Produced by JACK ROSE
Directed by CANIEL MANN Films: page 12

Contributors

Unknown:
Dean Martin
Unknown:
Lana Turner
Unknown:
Dean Martin
Unknown:
Steve Flood
Play By:
Jack Rose
Produced By:
Jack Rose
Directed By:
Caniel Mann
Steve Flood:
Dean Martin
Melanie Flood:
Lana Turner
Clint Morgan:
Eddie Albert
Saturday Knight:
Nita Talbot
Tony Gagoots:
Walter Matthau
Actor:
Roza Margo
Judge Boatwright:
Paul Ford
Clutch:
Lewis Charles
Judge Fogel:
John McGivern

The last in the present series Written by DUDLEY LONG starring and featuring in order of appearance
When Lester decides to move to another town, Mr Davies tries to persuade him to stay. After all, if Lester goes who is going to teach Mrs Davies to drive?
Producer DENNIS MAIN WILSON Directed by JOHN B. HOBBS

Contributors

Written By:
Dudley Long
Unknown:
Mr Davies
Unknown:
Mrs Davies
Producer:
Dennis Main Wilson
Directed By:
John B. Hobbs
Lester Small:
Brian Murphy
Mrs Davies:
Hilda Braid
Mr Davies:
Richard Vernon
Alf:
John Forgeham
Sally Small:
Amanda Barrie
Chief Inspector Rodgers:
James Cossins
Bert, the milkman:
Colin Spaull
Jenny:
Linda Robson
PC Bright:
Dudley Long
PC Wilson:
Hamilton McLeod
Bess:
Ann-Marie Gwatkin

The Inchcape Championships
Goodwood House, the home of the Earl and Countess of March, recently celebrated its tenth anniversary as Britain's principal dressage centre. Riders from a record ten nations participated, among them CHRISTINE STUKLE -BERGER from Switzerland. JENNIE LORISTON-CLARKE and CHRISTOPHER BARTLE led the home challenge. Commentators
DORIAN WILLIAMS , TANYA LARRIGAN
Producer JOHN MCNICHOLAS

Contributors

Unknown:
Christine Stukle
Unknown:
Jennie Loriston-Clarke
Unknown:
Christopher Bartle
Commentators:
Dorian Williams
Commentators:
Tanya Larrigan
Producer:
John McNicholas

Bernard Levin in conversation with V. S. Nalpaul
' What I admire in his fiction, I also admire in his non-fiction: his vivid perceptions, his humanity, his view of the world.'
(PAUL THEROUX) v. s. NAIPAUL, of Indian descent, bom in Trinidad, resident in England, frequent visitor to other parts of the world, is a unique novelist and travel writer. In both forms he is recognised as one of the finest writers in the English language, from novels like A House for Mr Biswas to non-fiction accounts such as The Return of Eva Peron. Though he finds writing is a difficult process, he has gone on to win a wide range of awards for his books, including the Booker Prize.
Research BETKA ZAMOYSKA Producer CIIRIS HUNT BBC Bristol
This interview will be published in THE LISTENER dated 23 June

Contributors

Unknown:
Bernard Levin
Unknown:
S. Nalpaul
Unknown:
Mr Biswas
Unknown:
Eva Peron.

The BMW Championships
Highlights of today's finals played in front of capacity crowds at Devonshire Park, Eastbourne. Introduced by BARRY DAVIES Commentators
DAN MASKELL , JOHN BARRETT ANN JONES , VIRGINIA WADE
Producers
JOHNNIE WATHERSTON , JOHN PHILIPS

Contributors

Introduced By:
Barry Davies
Commentators:
Dan Maskell
Commentators:
John Barrett
Commentators:
Ann Jones
Producers:
Johnnie Watherston

starring Jacques Dufilho Bernadette Lesache Francois Cluzet
1908. As ' Petit-Pierre ' grows up in rural Brittany he becomes aware of the myths and rituals that govern village life. For some, the poverty and misery are literally more than they can bear, but Pierre's family hold on to their ' horse of pride ', which also carries them through the conflict between their culture and the government's attempts to make them Frenchmen rather than Bretons.
Pierre-Jakez Helias ' autobiographical bestseller is an unusual subject for Claude Chabrol , better known for his films of contemporary middle-class life distorted by passion and murder.
Screenplay by DANIEL BOULANGER and CLAUDE CHABROL Produced by GEORGES DE BEAUREGARD Directed by CLAUDE CHABROL
(A French film with English subtitles) (First showing on British television) Films: page 12

Contributors

Unknown:
Jacques Dufilho
Unknown:
Bernadette Lesache
Unknown:
Francois Cluzet
Unknown:
Pierre-Jakez Helias
Unknown:
Claude Chabrol
Play By:
Daniel Boulanger
Unknown:
Claude Chabrol
Produced By:
Georges de Beauregard
Directed By:
Claude Chabrol
Alain Le Goff:
Jacques Dufilho
Anne-Marie Le Goff:
Bernadette Lesache
Pierre-Alain Le Goff:
Francois Cluzet
Pierre-Jacques (aged 7):
Ronan Hubert
Pierre-Jacques (aged 11):
Arnel Hubert
Gourgon, postman:
Paul Leperson
Corentin Calvez:
Michel Blanc
Marie-Jeanne:
Dominique Lavanant
Deputy:
Bernard Dumaine
Jean, cousin:
Pierre Dumeniaud
Jeannot:
Jacques Chailleux
Man of ' Baluchon:
Yves Morgan Jones

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