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S.25 Computing: Fitting Curves
6.50 The National Health Service
7.15 Communication Skills
7.40 The Case of the Missing Skills
8.5 Introduction to Calculus
8.30 Visual Music
8.55 Food Production: Today's Beef
9.20 An Ageing Population: Hospital
9.45 Stronghold of the Gospel
10.10 Problems of Practice
10.35 The Dragon School. Oxford
11.0 Special Education in Norway
11.25 Handicapped In the Community
11.50 Housing and the Market
12.40 Education: Gypsies and Travellers
1.5 Modernism: Bolshevik Art
1.30 Computing at Scottish Gas

World Cup Cricket
PETER WEST introduces the final stages and finish of the third World Cup Final from Lord's.
Wimbledon 83
The Lawn Tennis Championships
' The vital moments, direct from Wimbledon, of the sixth day's play as places in the quarter-finals of the Men's and Ladies' Singles are decided.

Bernard Levin in conversation with Sir Laurens van der Post
' He has combined the life of a man of action with the deeper qualities of a person at home in the world of dreams and myths and the inner significance of things.' (CHRISTOPHER BOOKER ) SIR LAURENS VAN DER POST, writer, explorer, soldier and philosopher, worked as a journalist in Durban as a way into literature before coming to live in England. Among his 20 novels and autobiographical works, the best known is perhaps The Lost World of the Kalahari. which was also an award-winning BBC series.
Research JOANNA HEAD
Producer CHRIS HUNT. BBC Bristol
This interview will be published in THE LISTENER dated 30 June

Contributors

Unknown:
Bernard Levin
Unknown:
Christopher Booker
Unknown:
Sir Laurens van Der
Producer:
Chris Hunt.

Will Britain Work Again? with David Dlmbleby , Andrew Nell For nearly 30 years after the war we took full employment for granted, as a right. We can do so no longer.
The microchip, developed just over ten years ago, is spawning a work revolution as fundamental as that caused by iron and steam two centuries ago. Optimists hope it will come to the rescue with whole new industries; pessimists see the new science as a job destroyer.
The way we work -or don't work -will have changed beyond all recognition by the year 2000. DAVID DIMBLEBY introduces evidence filmed in Britain and the United States by ANDREW NEIL. And in the studio, he discusses the questions raised with an audience of industrialists and workers. And non-workers ...
Studio director PIETER MORPURGO. Research STEPIIEN LAMBERT. Producer PAUL HAMANN Editor PETER IBBOTSON
0 See page 77

Contributors

Unknown:
David Dlmbleby
Unknown:
Andrew Nell
Introduces:
David Dimbleby
Unknown:
Andrew Neil.
Director:
Pieter Morpurgo.
Unknown:
Stepiien Lambert.
Producer:
Paul Hamann
Editor:
Peter Ibbotson

Introduced by David Coleman

World Cup Cricket: The 1983 Prudential World Cup
Highlights of today's final from Lord's with £20,000 going to the winning team.
Commentators RICHIE BENAUD, JIM LAKER, TOM GRAVENEY

Wimbledon 83
Coverage of the final day of the first week of the championships. Commentators DAN MASKELL and JOHN BARRETT

The Daily Mirror Greyhound Derby
Live coverage at 10.20 from White City Stadium of the premier greyhound race of the year with a £25,000 first prize.
Commentators HARRY CARPENTER, JERRY MONK
Television presentation:
Cricket NICK hunter, BILL TAYLOR
Tennis HAROLD ANDERSON
Greyhounds RICHARD TILLING
Editor MIKE MURPHY

Contributors

Introduced By:
David Coleman
Commentators:
Richie Benaud
Commentators:
Jim Laker
Commentators:
Tom Graveney
Commentators:
Dan Maskell
Commentators:
John Barrett
Commentators:
Harry Carpenter
Unknown:
Bill Taylor
Unknown:
Tennis Harold Anderson
Unknown:
Greyhounds Richard Tilling
Editor:
Mike Murphy

starring
Carl-Axel Heiknert Pirkko Nurmi
The third of a short season of films about childhood is set in a middle-class family in Finland shortly before the Second World War.
Valerie's childhood is dominated by her relationship with her
.father. This passionate mixture of love and hate threatens to cripple her entire existence until. grown-up, Valerie falls in love with another woman.
With BERIT GUSTAFSSON
LLCIEN SAVIN. MARIANNE KARLBECK
Screenplay by EIJA-ELINA BERGHOLM Produced by KATINKA FARAGO
Directed by TUIJA.MAIJANISKANEN
A Finnish/Swedish film with English subtitles
( First showing on British television) Films: page 15

Contributors

Unknown:
Carl-Axel Heiknert
Unknown:
Pirkko Nurmi
Unknown:
Berit Gustafsson
Unknown:
Llcien Savin.
Unknown:
Marianne Karlbeck
Produced By:
Katinka Farago
Magnus von Freyer:
Carl-Axel Heiknert
Maria von Freyer:
Kerstin Tidelius
Valerie von Freyer:
Pirkko Nurmi
Valerie (child):
Sanna Hultman
Margaret:
Lotta Larsson
Margaret (child):
Josefln Öistämö
Grandma:
Mimi Pollak
Grandpa:
Gunnar Bjorkstrand
Kerstin:
Stina Ekblad
Elin:
Maj-Lis Granlund
Miss Fräulein:
Elina Salo
Gustaf:
Bent Blomqvist

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