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6.25 Images: Lens Design

6.50 Inquiry: Symbolic Deaths

7.15 Roman Architecture and Town Planning

7.40 BART 4: Manufacture

8.5 Modelling by Mathematics

8.30 Alcohols Apart!

8.55 Force and Violence

9.20 Maths: Log, Exp. and 'e'

9.45 Lucas Aerospace Dispute

10.10 Fluid Flow in Pipes

10.35 Geothermal Energy

11.0 Who's Who in the Oceans

11.25 James Bond: 1

11.50 Biology: Only in the Mating Season

12.15 Geology of the Alps: 2

12.40 Spatial Learning and the Hippocampus

1.5 Trading on Uncertainty

1.30 Maths Methods: Numerical Solutions

Introduced by Harry Carpenter
2.0*
Cricket
The John Player League
Extensive coverage of today's selected match, together with the scores and details from the rest of the afternoon fixtures. Commentators
CHRISTOPHER MARTIN-JENKINS and PETER WALKER
4.15
Wimbledon Preview
JOHN BARRETT looks ahead to tomorrow's championships. Will the ladies' singles produce the upsets we saw in Paris?
Can JOHN MCENROE regain the men's crown, or will this be the year IVAN LENDL conquers the doubts about his ability on grass?
5.0
Sports Round-up
Highlights of England's third and final match against Australia's footballers in Melbourne and, from France, a report by MURRAY WALKER on the finish of the Le Mans 24-hour endurance race.
* The above timings indicate only the first of several transmissions. Television presentation: Cricket BOB DUNCAN
Tennis JOHNNIE WATHERSTON
Football CHANNEL 7. AUSTRALIA Le Mans FRENCH TV SERVICE
Studio producer ROGER MOODY Assistant editor
Grandstand JOHN ROWLINSON
Producer Grandstand
MARTIN HOPKINS
Editor Grandstand MIKE MURPHY
(Throughout the afternoon, at times to be announced, Wales will cover a John Player Sunday League match.)
Bonk, Play Tennis. £3.60; a BBC video-book, Botham's Ashes (BBCV 5015), available from retailers

Contributors

Introduced By:
Harry Carpenter
Commentators:
Christopher Martin-Jenkins
Commentators:
Peter Walker
Unknown:
John Barrett
Unknown:
John McEnroe
Unknown:
Ivan Lendl
Unknown:
Murray Walker
Unknown:
Bob Duncan
Unknown:
Tennis Johnnie Watherston
Editor:
Grandstand John Rowlinson
Unknown:
Mike Murphy

A digest of the news of the week and other world matters of inter. est seen by news cameras around the world: the interesting, the picturesque, the important and the dramatic, plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear. with Jan Leeming
Editor FRED HOLTUM

Contributors

Unknown:
Jan Leeming
Editor:
Fred Holtum

Opium -
A Deadly Harvest
For over 200 years opium has been the most lucrative and politically explosive crop cultivated in Asia. Colonial governments, the French Secret Service, the CIA have all been involved in distributing opium for their various strategic aims. For the hill tribes of the Golden Triangle in SE Asia, who grow the opium poppy, these liaisons have resulted in increasing blood-shed, poverty and anarchy. For the west, it has made possible the dramatic rise in heroin addiction. This film explores the relationship between the tribal opium growers and traders and the governments and drug traffickers of the west.
Film cameraman CHARLES STEWART Film editors
TARIQ ANWAR , IAN ALLEN Producer
JOHN-PAUL DAVIDSON Series editors
ANTHONY ISAACS , PETER JONES Woddis On ... : page 73

Contributors

Unknown:
Charles Stewart
Editors:
Tariq Anwar
Editors:
Ian Allen
Producer:
John-Paul Davidson
Editors:
Anthony Isaacs
Editors:
Peter Jones

Regional Variations (2)

The Shock of the New

Episode 6: The View from the Edge

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

A look at the artists who made visual art from the crags and vistas of their internal world - the Expressionists, including Van Gogh, De Kooning and Pollock. Show more

In April of this year Joni Mitchell returned to Britain for her first tour in nine years. BBCs Old Grey Whistle Test and Radio Is
In Concert went to Wembley to record the last night of the tour and tonight's stereo simultaneous broadcast features highlights from that concert.
Director TOM CORCORAN
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON
For the best effect, viewers with stereo Radio 1 should turn off TV sound and position their speakers on either side of the screen, but a few feet away. Stereo headphones are an alternative.

Contributors

Unknown:
Joni Mitchell
Director:
Tom Corcoran
Producer:
Michael Appleton

by R. F. DELDERFIELD
Winner of the Broadcasting Press Guild Television Award for the Best Serial.
Dramatised in 13 parts by ANDREW DAVIES starring
John Duttine
Frank Middlemass Alan MacNaughtan
11: The conflict between David and Alcock comes to an unexpected end. David now has to decide what to do, but it is Christine's sudden visit which makes up his mind.
Cast in order of appearance:
Music composed by KENYON EMRYS-ROBERTS
Producer KEN RIDDINGTON Director TERENCE DUDLEY
20 BBC Drama Themes (record BEH 464. cassette ZCR 464) from retailers * Subtitles on Ceefax page 270

Contributors

Unknown:
R. F. Delderfield
Unknown:
Andrew Davies
Unknown:
John Duttine
Unknown:
Frank Middlemass
Unknown:
Alan MacNaughtan
Composed By:
Kenyon Emrys
Producer:
Ken Riddington
Director:
Terence Dudley
David Powlett-Jones:
John Duttine
Rigby:
Tony Halfpenny
Alcock:
Charles Kay
Dr Farrington:
Peter Arne
Howarth:
Alan MacNaughtan
Barnaby:
David King
Molyneux:
Alastair Wyllie
Chetwynd:
John Alkin
Sir RufUS:
Cyril Luckham
Algy Herries:
Frank Middlemass
Garside:
John Line
Christine Forster:
Susan Jameson
Ellie Herries:
Patricia Lawrence

with Eva Marie Saint, Karl Maiden
Continues the season of films starring Marlon Brando.
Terry Malloy , an ex-boxer, protected by his brother Charlie, hangs around New York's dockland'working' as a strong-arm man for the corrupt leader of the dockers' union. When his friend is mur. dered, Terry reveals a dawning sense of personal responsibility through his love for the dead man's sister.
Marlon Brando received one of this powerful film's eight Academy Awards, for his portrayal of the man whose personal rebellion changes the tyrannical work system. The film, shot entirely on location in New York, proved one of the most influential - and controversial-movies of its decade.
Produced by SAM SPIEGEL Directed by ELIA KAZAN

Contributors

Unknown:
Karl Maiden
Unknown:
Terry Malloy
Produced By:
Sam Spiegel
Directed By:
Elia Kazan
Terry Malloy:
Marlon Brando
Edie Doyle:
Eva Marie Saint
Fr Barry:
Karl Malden
Johnny Friendly:
Lee J Cobb
Charlie Malloy:
Rod Steiger
'Kaye' Dugan:
Pat Henning
Glover:
Leif Erickson
Big Ma<::
James Westerfield
Screenplay by:
Budd Schulberg

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