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6.25 Desert Ecology
6.50 Music: Harmonic Analysis (1)
7.15 Buffon at Montbard
7.40 New Hips for Old
8.5 Electronics: Power Amplifier
8.30 Biology: Man-Made Macromolecules
8.55 Questioning Theories
9.20 Maths: Matrices and Networks
9.45 Reading a Poem
10.10 Steel Castings
10.35 Flavours and Fragrances
11.0 Photochemical Pathways
11.25 Chemical Processes
11.50 Biology: Cardiovascular Control
12.15 Physics: Vibrations of Music
12.40 First World Capital, Third World Labour
1.5 Instrumentation: Transducers
1.30 Maths: Applying Matrices

Introduced by David Icke
2.0
Cricket
The John Player League
With the World Cup decided, attention switches to the 40-overs-a-side competition, in which the winning county will carry off a prize of £13,000.
Commentators
CHRISTOPHER MARTIN-JENKINS and PETER WALKER
2.40
International Athletics from Meadowbank
The Tarmac Edinburgh Games
The first major invitation meeting of the season brings together STEVE OVETT , ALLAN WELLS and STEVE CRAM. TOM PETRONOFF ,' the new world record holder in the Javelin, leads a strong contingent of American stars.
Commentators DAVID COLEMAN
RON PICKERING and STUART STOREY
* The above timings indicate only the first of several transmissions. Television presentation: Cricket BOB DUNCAN
Athletics JOHN SHREWSBURY
Studio producer ROGER MOODY. Assistant editor Grandstand JOHN ROWLINSON
Producer Grandstand MARTIN HOPKINS Editor Grandstand MIKE MURPHY

Contributors

Introduced By:
David Icke
Commentators:
Christopher Martin-Jenkins
Commentators:
Peter Walker
Unknown:
Steve Ovett
Unknown:
Tom Petronoff
Commentators:
David Coleman
Commentators:
Ron Pickering
Commentators:
Stuart Storey
Producer:
Roger Moody.
Editor:
Grandstand John Rowlinson
Unknown:
Mike Murphy

A digest of the news of the week and other world matters of interest 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 Richard Whitmore
Editor FRED HOLTUM

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Whitmore
Editor:
Fred Holtum

Flamingo Triangle A Week in the Rhone Delta with Tony Soper and Roger Lovegrove Wild white horses and wild black bulls are part of the romance of the Camargue. But this windswept marsh-land in Provence has a rich and precious birdlife: elegant egrets, dazzling bee-eaters and fabulous flamingos are just some of the jewels of the Camargue. For a week naturalists TONY SOPER and ROGER LOVEGROVE have had unique and privileged access to observe and record the shy yet spectacular wildlife of perhaps one of the last great wetlands in western Europe. They now recall and share with us their most memorable sightings in the Camargue.
A Natural History Unit Outside Broadcast
Cameras CEDRIC RICH
Video editor JOHNHAYDEN
Associate producer TONY SOPER Producer KEITH HOPKINS Series editors
PETER JONES and ANTHONY ISAACS

Contributors

Unknown:
Tony Soper
Unknown:
Roger Lovegrove
Unknown:
Tony Soper
Unknown:
Roger Lovegrove
Producer:
Tony Soper
Editors:
Peter Jones
Editors:
Anthony Isaacs

Regional Variations (2)

The Shock of the New

Episode 7: Culture as Nature

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

Robert Hughes goes Pop when he examines the art that referred to the man-made world that fed off culture itself via works by Rauchenberg, Warhol and Lichtenstein.

- but looking older! Humphrey Lyttelton and his band with Wally Fawkes and Kathy Stobart
At a special concert Britain's most popular jazz-band leader celebrates 35 years of his changing styles, from the early revivalist period to the legendary eight-niece band of the 60s. and the dynamic mainstream band of today.
Lighting BERT ROBINSON Sound CHRIS HOLCOMBE Produced by LAURENCE VULLIAMY

Contributors

Unknown:
Humphrey Lyttelton
Unknown:
Wally Fawkes
Unknown:
Kathy Stobart
Produced By:
Laurence Vulliamy

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
12: The arrival of Ulrich, a German boy, causes friction among some of the other boys. But David is far too preoccupied trying to sort out his personal life to take much notice. Cast in order of appearance:
Music composed by KENYON EMRYS .ROBERTS Producer KEN RIDDINGTON Director PETER JEFFERIES
* 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:
Peter Jefferies
David Powlett-Jones:
John Duttine
Christine Forster:
Susan Jameson
Howarth:
Alan MacNaughtan
Molyneux:
Alastair Wyllie
Garside:
John Line
Emrys Powlett-Jones:
Phillip Joseph
Minister:
Richard Davies
Herries:
Frank Middlemass
Sir Rufus Credghton:
Cyril Luckham
Ellie Herries:
Patricia Lawrence
Ulrich Meyer:
Ian Sears
Marsh-Rhodes:
Simon Harrison
Christopher:
Clive Gehle
Nixon:
Peter Doran
Harrison:
George Birkbeck
Brookes:
John Maynard
Wheeler:
David Gi13bons
Bully:
Philip Jarvis
Bully:
Patrick Magill

with Vivien Leigh continuing the season of films starring Marlon Brando
Brando's startling performance as the brutish Stanley Kowalski is played-in his own words-as a character who is aggressive and completely without self-doubt. His performance firmly established him as America's leading actor, consolidating a style of acting that influenced a generation both on and off screen. The film - based on Tennessee Williams's Pulitzer Prize play, depicts the disastrous relationship between Kowalski and the faded Southern belle, Blanche du Bois-a portrayal which won Vivien Leigh one of the film's five Oscars.
Screenplay by TENNESSEE WILLIAMS based on his own play
Produced by CHARLES K. FELDMAN Directed by ELIA KAZAN
Films: page 15

Contributors

Unknown:
Vivien Leigh
Unknown:
Marlon Brando
Unknown:
Stanley Kowalski
Unknown:
Vivien Leigh
Play By:
Tennessee Williams
Produced By:
Charles K. Feldman
Directed By:
Elia Kazan
Blanche:
Vivien Leigh
Stanley:
Marlon Brando
Stella:
Kim Hunter
Mitch:
Karl Malden
Steve:
Rudy Bond
Pablo:
Nick Dennis
Eunice:
Peg Hillias
Collector:
Wright King
Doctor:
Richard Garrick
Matron:
Ann Dere
Mexican woman:
Edna Thomas

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