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6.25 Geochemical Mapping
6.50 Data on Cars
7.15 Maths: Finding One's Bearings
7.40 Palladio: Three Villas
8.5 The Ombudsman
8.30 Stereochemistry: Conformations
8.55 Introductory Electronics
9.20 Punjab to Britain: 2
9.45 Gas and Steam Turbines
10.10 Managing the Desert Margin
10.35 Calculus: The Directional Derivative
11.0 Geology: The Capitan Reef
11.25 State Intervention
12.15 pm Body Language
12.40 Shorefields School: Meeting a Need
1.5 Pure Maths: Convergence
1.30 History of Mathematics
1.55 The View from Detroit
2.20 Health Care in Mozambique: 2
2.45 Modem Art: Greenberg on Criticism

starring Jean Arthur, Robert Cummings with Charles Coburn, Spring Byington derrick, the reclusive owner of a department store, poses as an employee to witness at first-hand a growing labour dispute. His bungled attempts as a shoe salesman are rescued by Mary Jones , an idealistic assistant, who enables him to see his workers in a different light.... The delightful Jean Arthur stars in this light hearted look at industrial relations.
Screenplay by NORMAN KRASNA Produced by FRANK ROSS Directed by SAM WOOD
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Contributors

Unknown:
Charles Cobum
Unknown:
Mary Jones
Unknown:
Jean Arthur
Play By:
Norman Krasna
Produced By:
Frank Ross
Directed By:
Sam Wood
Mary:
Jean Arthur
Joe:
Robert Cummings
Merrick:
Charles Coburn
Hooper:
Edmund Gwenn
Elizabeth:
Spring Byington
George:
S Z Sakall
First detective:
William Demarest
AlliSOn:
Walter Kingsford
Harrison:
Montagu Love
Oliver:
Richard Carle
Needles:
Charles Waldron
Withers:
Edwin Maxwell
Police Sgt:
Edward McNamara
Tom Higgins:
Robert E Keane
Customer:
Florence Bates
Second detective:
Charles Irwin
Sam:
Mat McHugh
Dorothy:
Juue Warren
Watchman:
George Watts

The Burghley Remy Martin Championships
Further live coverage of the cross-country section of this famous three-day event featuring the Olympic medal winners.
Commentators
RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD
MICHAEL TUCKER , HUGH THOMAS Television presentation
FRED VINER and ALASTAIR SCOTT

Contributors

Unknown:
Burghley Remy Martin
Unknown:
Raymond Brooks-Ward
Unknown:
Michael Tucker
Unknown:
Fred Viner
Unknown:
Alastair Scott

starring Ginger Rogers Cary Grant
Ginger Rogers and Cary Grant team up in this sparkling wartime comedy drama. She plays Katie, a gold-digging American showgirl in Vienna, who marries an Austrian baron; he is Pat, the radio correspondent who attempts to rescue her in a chase across Europe when her husband's undercover Nazi activities are revealed.
Screenplay by SHERIDAN GIBNEY Produced and directed by LEO MCCAREY.
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Contributors

Unknown:
Ginger Rogers
Unknown:
Cary Grant
Unknown:
Ginger Rogers
Unknown:
Cary Grant
Play By:
Sheridan Gibney
Directed By:
Leo McCarey.
Katie:
Ginger Rogers
Pat:
Cary Grant
Baron Von Luber:
Walter Slezak
Le Blanc:
Albert Dekker
Borelski:
Albert Basserman
Elsa:
Ferike Boros

from Flushing Meadow, New York Live coverage of today's men's semi-finals plus the Ladies' Final in which
MARTINA NAVRATILOVA hopes to continue her dominance of the ladies' game, being current holder of all four Grand Slam titles.
Introduced by DESMOND LYNAM

Contributors

Unknown:
Martina Navratilova
Introduced By:
Desmond Lynam

by Paul Ferris
An account of a Welsh conspiracy against the Crown
with Clifford Evans, Philip Madoc, Aubrey Richards, William Thomas, Iestyn Garlick, Cefin Roberts

For about four years in the 1960s John Jenkins, a serving sergeant in the British army, went undetected as the director of a terrorist bombing campaign in Wales. The
Investiture of the Prince of Wales on 1 July 1969 was to be a glittering climax to the decade. But as preparations were made for the ceremony at Caernarfon Castle, the authorities held their breath.

(First shown on BBC Wales)

Contributors

Writer:
Paul Ferris
Designer:
Pauline Harrison
Film Recordist:
Malcolm Read
Film Editor:
Bill Mainman
Photography:
Robin Rollinson
Producer:
Richard Lewis
Sergeant John Jenkins:
Dyfed Thomas
Dental officer:
Mike Hall
Die:
Iestyn Garlick
Bandmaster:
Gareth Gwyn Jones
First bandsman:
Julian Ashton
Second bandsman:
Simon Fisher
Det Insp Jones:
William Thomas
WPC Evans:
Sian Owen
Det Sgt:
John Prior
Assistant Chief Constable:
Philip Madoc
Tom:
Clifford Evans
Clergyman:
James Jones
Accomplice 'A':
Cefin Roberts
Pritchard:
Aubrey Richards
Gwilym:
Artro Morris
Megan:
Christine Pritchard
Hedger:
Jack Walters
Goronwy:
Ronw Protheroe
Major:
Norman Mitchell
Civil servant:
Lindsay Evans
Chief constable:
Dillwyn Owen
Chief constable:
Brinley Jenkins
Chief constable:
J. O. Roberts
Palace representative:
Garard Green
Colonel:
Reginald Marsh
Special Branch:
Michael Lees
Accomplice 'B':
Cadfan Roberts
Ceinwen:
Eluned Jones
Military policeman:
Roger Nott
Rival editor:
David Lynn
Captain:
Gilbert Wynne
Desk sergeant:
Stewart Jones
Accomplice 'F:
Gwyn Parry
Grandmother:
Lorna Davies
Small boy:
Dyfrig Jones
Military band organiser:
Harry Dennis Jones

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