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6.50 Modern Art: Guernica

7.15 Culture and Community: Spain: 2

7.40 South Yorkshire Transport

8.5 Noise Pollution

8.30 Computing: A System to Analyse

8.55 Images: The Surface of Mars

9.20 Inner City Story: 2

9.45 Maths: Modelling, Stocks

10.10 Pure Maths: Integration and Area

10.35 Statistics: Central Limit Theorem: I

11.0 Open Learning, Professional Updating

11.25 Control of Education in Britain

11.50 Biology: Feeding Mechanisms

12.15 Ethnic Minorities: To Bedford from Busso

12.40 Education: Measures of Success

1.5 History of Mathematics

1.30 Mechanics: Work, Energy, Power

Cricket The John Player Special League More coverage from this season's 40-over competition. Commentators PETER WALKER , JIM LAKER Programme timings will be screened on the hour and half hour, where appropriate. TV presentation: Volleyball HUW JONES Cricket BOB DUNCAN Assistant editor Grandstand BRIAN BARWICK Producer Grandstand MARTIN HOPKINS Editor Grandstand JOHN PHILIPS

Contributors

Introduced By:
Steve Rider
Unknown:
Hemel Hempstead
Commentators:
Barry Davies
Commentators:
Andrew Lowczynowski
Commentators:
Peter Walker
Commentators:
Jim Laker
Unknown:
Huw Jones
Unknown:
Bob Duncan
Unknown:
Brian Barwick
Unknown:
Martin Hopkins
Unknown:
John Philips

The living newspaper of the theatre is the rich fund of actors' stories - comical, tragical, apocryphal - that chart the ups and downs, the triumphs and disasters, the dreams and nightmares, of this perilous profession. This series of five programmes combines the best stories and the best storytellers in a theatrical anthology with chapters on Auditions, First Nights,
Mechanical Hazards, Drying and Corpsing, Dr Theatre, Dreams and Superstitions. Tonight's contributors include Jenny Agutter, Richard Briers, Eleanor Bron, Ken Campbell, Frances De La Tour, Denholm Elliott, Michael Gambon, Freddie Jones, Roy Kinnear, Maureen Lipman, Anna Massey, Ron Moody, Denis Quilley, Leonard Rossiter, Victor Spinetti.
BBC Bristol
Feature: page 11 and Woddis On: page 71

Contributors

Performer:
Jenny Agutter
Performer:
Richard Briers
Performer:
Eleanor Bron
Performer:
Ken Campbell
Performer:
Frances De La Tour
Performer:
Denholm Elliott
Performer:
Michael Gambon
Performer:
Freddie Jones
Performer:
Roy Kinnear
Performer:
Maureen Lipman
Performer:
Anna Massey
Performer:
Ron Moody
Performer:
Denis Quilley
Performer:
Leonard Rossiter
Performer:
Victor Spinetti
Editor:
Andrew Johnston
Editor:
Mike Sparey
Producer:
Tony Staveacre

BBC2 Invitation Pairs Crown Green Bowling Tournament From a record entry of 64 top county bowlers, just eight pairings have survived the opening rounds to reach the quarter-finals. Among the early casualties were defending champions Eddie Hulbert and Tommy Johnstone , beaten in their opening match.
Now in its sixth year, Top Crown offers record prize money of E7,200 - with E2,000 going to the winners.
In this evening's first quarter-final, Lancashire's Vernon Lee and Jim Hadfield , with no less than six pairs titles to their credit, bid for their first Top Crown title against
Greater Manchester's
Jim Collen and Ingham Gregory - the 1984 NatWest Champions. The first of seven programmes introduced by Richard Duckenfleld from the GEC Club, Stretford, Manchester.
Commentator HARRY RIGBY Producer KEITH PHILLIPS BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown:
Eddie Hulbert
Unknown:
Tommy Johnstone
Unknown:
Vernon Lee
Unknown:
Jim Hadfield
Unknown:
Jim Collen
Unknown:
Ingham Gregory
Introduced By:
Richard Duckenfleld
Commentator:
Harry Rigby
Producer:
Keith Phillips

The first of six programmes Introduced by Robert Robinson
Can you tell Kafka from
Cartland? Or Austen from The Archers? Test your literary knowledge against that of Germaine Greer Frederic Raphael Hilary Spurling William Cooper as they air their passions and prejudices about the works and authors in question. Readings by Benjamin Whitrow Designer MARTIN CHILDS
Assistant producer YABA BADOE Director TONY TYLEY
Executive producer PHILIP SPEIGHT Producer CHRIS MOHR

Contributors

Introduced By:
Robert Robinson
Unknown:
Germaine Greer
Unknown:
Frederic Raphael
Unknown:
Hilary Spurling
Unknown:
William Cooper
Unknown:
Benjamin Whitrow
Designer:
Martin Childs
Director:
Tony Tyley
Producer:
Philip Speight
Producer:
Chris Mohr

also starring
Catherine Deneuve Eddie Albert
Phil Gaines is a poor but honest cop - devoted to his job. His companion is Nicole, a beautiful call-girl, equally devoted to her more lucrative profession. Together they plan to escape the world of hustling and violence, but when Gaines becomes involved in a brutal murder case it dramatically affects both their lives.
Screenplay by STEVE SHAGAN Produced and directed by ROBERT ALDRICH
0 FILMS: page 19

Contributors

Unknown:
Catherine Deneuve
Unknown:
Eddie Albert
Unknown:
Phil Gaines
Unknown:
Steve Shagan
Directed By:
Robert Aldrich
Lt Phil Gaines:
Burt Reynolds
Nicole Britton:
Catherine Deneuve
Marty Hollinger:
Ben Johnson
Sgt Louis Belgrave:
Paul Winfield
Paula Hollinger:
Eileen Brennan
Leo Sellers:
Eddie Albert
Santoro:
Ernest Borgnine
Peggy Summers:
Catherine Bach
Herbie Dalitz:
Jack Carter
Bus driver:
James Hampton
Gloria Hollinger:
Sharon Kelly
Morgue attendant:
Chuck Hayward
Albino:
David Estridge
Minister:
Peter Brandon
Jerry Bellamy:
David Spielberg
Woman hostage:
Naomi Stevens
Albino-beating cop:
Med Flory
Cops in elevator:
Steve Shaw
Cops in elevator.:
Dino Washington
Laugher:
Anthony Eldridge

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