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6.50 Technology: A Milk Run
7.15 Statistics: Regression
7.40 The Marriage of Figaro
8.05 The Social Impact of Rapid Industrialisation
8.30 Physics: Gaseous Diffusion
8.55 Pure Maths: In Perspective
9.20 Conflict 2: The Steel Strike
9.45 The Leathart Collection
10.10 Volunteers and Social Management
10.35 Maths: Scalings and Powers
11.00 The Kenyan Small Farmer
11.25 Science: Fires of Life
11.50 Maths: Differential Equations
12.15 Biology: Osmoregulation
12.40 Where Has All the Granite Gone?

Introduced by Harry Carpenter

Golf from Royal Lytham and St Annes Golf Club.
117th Open Championship
BOBBY JONES (291), TONY LOCKE (287), PETER THOMSON (278), BOB CHARLES (277), TONY JACKLIN (280), GARY PLAYER (282), SEVE BALLESTEROS (283) have served to honour the international status of the Championship at Lytham. Indeed South Africa has 'dominated' here! The United States are long overdue with TOM 'MAC' WATSON the last American to win, at Birkdale way back in 1983. CURTIS STRANGE, the US Open Champion, is in the vanguard. So who will it be and what total score to win? Will it be a play off, British-style? Or will the tournament leader never be headed? Watch this space very carefully for all the answers. Commentators PETER ALLISS, BRUCE CRITCHLEY. CLIVE CLARK ALEX HAY and TONY JACKLIN
Television presentation: Golf JOHN SHREWSBURY, ALASTAIR SCOTT. FRED VINER
Studio producer CAMPBELL FERGUSON
Assistant editor BRIAN BARWICK
Producer MARTIN HOPKINS
Editor JOHN PHILIPS

Contributors

Introduced By:
Harry Carpenter
Unknown:
Tony Locke
Unknown:
Peter Thomson
Unknown:
Tony Jacklin
Commentators:
Peter Alliss
Unknown:
Bruce Critchley.
Unknown:
Clive Clark
Unknown:
Alex Hay
Unknown:
Tony Jacklin
Unknown:
John Shrewsbury
Unknown:
Alastair Scott.
Unknown:
Fred Viner
Producer:
Campbell Ferguson
Editor:
Brian Barwick

An Arena special
An Englishman's Home
Last of three programmes.
When Waugh died his friend Graham Greene felt 'as if one's commanding officer were dead'.
During his last 20 years
Waugh retreated from the outside world, increasingly obsessed with mortality - at the same time cultivating the cantankerous personality that became his abiding image. With contributions from his priest, neighbours and family, Arena looks behind the public mask of Evelyn Waugh. Essentia

Contributors

Unknown:
Graham Greene
Unknown:
Evelyn Waugh.
Unknown:
Nigel Finch

Alfred Brendel is one of the world's greatest interpreters of the Viennese classical repertoire. Tonight he plays SCHUBERT'S Piano Sonata in C minor, (D958), the first of an extraordinary trilogy of piano works composed in the last two years of the composer's tragically short life!
Recorded in Middle Temple Hall, London.
Sound Vic GODRICH
Lighting ALAN WOOLFORD
Producer HUMPHREY BURTON

Contributors

Unknown:
Alfred Brendel
Unknown:
Alan Woolford
Producer:
Humphrey Burton

A four part serial by Carol Bunyan
Original story by Ron Hutchinson
Starring Bryan Murray as Michael, Paul Jesson as Courtney, Fiona Victory as Kate with Eileen Nicholas as Mrs Courtney and David Keane as Dean

For Michael, Kate and Dean every knock at the door is a potential threat; every conversation dangerous. Yet Courtney begins to suspect that the explosion - if and when it comes - may be within the family itself rather than from the outside.
(Ceefax subtitles)

Contributors

Writer:
Carol Bunyan
Original Story:
Ron Hutchinson
Music:
Ilona Sekacz
Lighting:
Barry Chatfield
Sound:
Andy Redfern
Script Editor:
Fiona Finlay
Producer:
Brenda Reid
Director:
Tim King
Michael:
Bryan Murray
Courtney:
Paul Jesson
Kate:
Fiona Victory
Mrs Courtney:
Eileen Nicholas
Dean:
David Keane
Debbie:
Geraldine O'Rawe
McMorris:
John Forgeham
Annie:
Carol Harvey
Kevin:
Ashley Barker
Paul:
Paul Dalton
Stewart:
Jim Dunk
William Black:
John Hewitt
Mrs Beaumont:
Mary Wimbush
Shop assistant:
Vicki Chambers
Nurse:
Mary Jackson
Graham:
Jeffrey Chiswick
Uncle Harry:
Alan Craig
Patricia:
Ceara Grehan
Tara:
Gabriella Lavery

Film-maker Alex Cox introduces a season of classic cult films. Tonight: The Parallax View starring
Warren Beatty Paula Prentiss
Hume Cronyn
Journalist Joe Frady is among the witnesses to a political assassination at a rally in Seattle. Three years later, he discovers that many of those who saw the killing have died in suspicious circumstances. Frady's investigations lead him to the mysterious
Parallax organisation and a terrifying conclusion ...
This thriller, made just after Watergate, is one of the most intriguing films of the 1970s.
Screenplay by DAVID GILER and LORENZO SEMPLE JR
Based on the novel by LOREN SINGER Produced and directed by ALAN J. PAKULA
0 IN THE PICTURE: page 26

Contributors

Introduces:
Alex Cox
Unknown:
Warren Beatty
Unknown:
Paula Prentiss
Unknown:
Hume Cronyn
Unknown:
Journalist Joe Frady
Unknown:
David Giler
Unknown:
Lorenzo Semple
Directed By:
Alan J. Pakula
Joe Frady:
Warren Beatty
Lee Carter:
Paula Prentiss
Tucker:
William Daniels
Jack:
Walter McGinn
Rintels:
Hume Cronyn
L D:
Kelly Thorsden
Assassin:
Chuck Waters
Red:
Earl Hindmar
Senator Carroll:
Bill Joyce
Mrs Carroll:
Bettie Johnson
Art:
Bill McKinney
Chrissy:
Joanne Harris
Schwartzkopf:
Anthony Zerbe

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