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NOVA brings saga of Margaret Sanger to life CAMERA THREE. "Mozart Under a Microscope." Conductor- pianist Boris Goldovsky, no stranger to the vast radio audience so Â· loyal to the live broadcasts of the Metropolitan Opera on Saturday afternoons during the season, is seen and heard on camera, discoursing in his fabulously intricate, but equally dramatic fashion, on the wonders of an aria from Mozart's opera Don Giovanni. Whether or not you're one of Goldovsky's admirers, this is a program music lovers should no.t miss. 11 a.m. CBS. (D ISSUES AND ANSWERS. Three Senators - Charles Mathias, R- Md., representing the liberals; John Tower, R-Texas, a supporter of President Ford; and Paul Laxalt, R-Ney., a Reagan supporter; are interviewed. 1 p.m. ABC. 09 MEET THE PRESS. The President of France, Valery Giscard d'Estaing, here on an official visit to the United States, is interviewed, in a program taped in Washington, D.C. earlier this week, by program moderator Bill Monroe, Flora lew- is of the New York Times, syndicated columnist Joseph Kraft, and'for- mer producer of "Meet the Press," Lawrence E. Spivak. 12:30 p.m. NBC. OS) Sunday Radio Classics Religious music scheduled to be broadcast over radio stations WTIP and WTIO-FM at 6:30 p. m. today includes Stralsund's Praise to The Lord performed by the Robert Shaw Chorale: Mozart's Ave Verum, and Mendelssohn's First Movement from The Sonata with E. Power Biggs at the organ; God of Our Fathers and Rise lip Arise by Mendelssohn with the Mormon Choir. At 7:05 p. m. the stations will present The Music Man starring Robert Preston and Barbara Cook. Selections to be broadcast on This Week Â· at Sunrise Starlight Concert at 8:05 p.m. includes: Beethoven's Allegretto vivace e sempre schenando movement from Quartet fto. 7 in F Major, the Juilliard String Quartet. Handel's Overture and Sinfonia from Jepthn, Boris Brott conducting the Northern Sinfonia Orchestra. Schuberts Andanta Movement. from Symphony No. 4 in C Minor, Â· Walter Susskind conducting tht London Symphony Orchestra. Debussy's De Vaube a' midi sui lar mer from La Mer, Pierre Der- vaux conducting the L'Orchestrt Colonne. Berlioz' Scene Aux Champs froiti Symphonic Fantastique, SeijiOza- wa conducting the Toronto Symphony Orchestra. . Beethoven's Finale and Presto movements from Quartet No. 8 in Â£ Minor, the Juilliard String Quartet. Charleston's center of arts and education is open to the public from Tuesday through Saturday 10 a. m. to 5 p. m., Sunday 2 to 5 p. m., . closed Monday. Art Gallery Preparatory Studies for Masterpieces of American Paintings. Duo-Artist Exhibition, paintings by Willy Lecomte and graphics by Gerrard Gaudaen of Belgium. Children's Museum Five Simple Machines, Mars Viking, Grandma's Attic, Live Animals and Fish, Hapgood Doll House, and Hall Features. Garden Center Garden Sculpture and Pottery Exhibit. Mini Exhibit by Old Fort Garden Club. . Planetarium "Kingdom of the Sun" at 3 p. m.. May 23. "The Current Sky" 3 p. m.. May 29. Brooks Bird Club Slide show and tape recordings of birds each Sunday 2 to 5 p. m. Special Events May 25: Ridgewood Garden Club at 6:30 p. m. May 27: "Methods of Drying Flowers" at 10 a. m. ' ' ' May 29: Storytelling at 10 a: m. 7V.VF .AVi -:i WK ' ' ' WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP TENNIS. "Challenge Cup." The final round matches featuring top names in men's professional tennis, will be broadcast live from Keauhou- Kona, Hawaii. 1:30 p.m. NBC. O Â® (JJ UJ Â© BOXING SPECIAL. World lightweight champion Roberto Duran of Panama, defends his title against challenger Lou Bizzaro of Erie, Pa., in a 15-round bout, live from the Erie County Field House. 2 p.m. CBS. O GOLF SPECIAL. Live from the Colonial Country Club in Memphis, Tenn., the final round of play in the Danny Thomas Memphis Classic. 4 p.m. NBC. d) SB) (S) (3D WORLD INVITATIONAL TENNIS CLASSIC. Evonne Goolagong and Virginia Wade are featured in this women's singles match played at Hilton Head Island in South Carolina. 4:30 p.m. ABC. CDÂ® AUTO RACING. "The Indianaoo-, lis 500 Time Trials," Live coverage of the qualifying races for the Indianapolis "500" race are telecast live at this hour. 6 p.m. ABC. B Â® THE UNDERSEA WORLD OF JACQUES COUSTEAU. "The Fish That Swallowed Jonah." The ugly grouper, a fish that feeds by suction, faces underwater cameras tonight. Cousteau believes the grouper could be the monster who picked on Jonah, since it ranges in size from a tiny thing at one inch to a giant weighing a thousand pounds. Cousteau takes fans to underwater caves off Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, and the coral reefs of the British Honduras, chief gathering spots for groupers spawning. On the surface, cameras survey native fishermen in their outboard motor boats, netting groupers by the pack as they threaten to decimate the species. It's another interesting tale by the Captain, accompanied by warnings of. overkill. 7 p.m. ABC. CD NOVA. "The Woman Rebel." The saga of Margaret Sanger, the pioneering force behind birth control in the United States, is brought to life in this tightly paced, vastly informative, and excellently acted and produced documentary, full of relevant fact. Piper Laurie, absent from the scene since the 1961 film, The Hustler, is very good as Ms. Sanger, who began as a young nurse administering to the poor on the ide ilu center, Â·Â· introduces. . . Yamaha Audio Now Playing All Over Town Yamaha's CR-400 AM-FM Stereo Receiver Yamaha's lowest priced receiver has become very popular with buyers looking for value and quality. It features the some low I.M. distortion as the big CR 1000. We've built a beautiful stereo system around the CR-400 using the remarkable smaller Advent Loudspeakers and the B.I.C. 940 belt drive automatic changer with a stereo cartridge by Audio-Technica. System investment S627.95 Come in and hear what the CR-400 has to offer. You'll get a new experience of totally clear sound; center! .^^, mondaylO-9 ^^ Â·ml tuesday-saturday 10-6 fBI 603 brooks street, Charleston 346-5562 1253 third avenue, huntington 529-194 New York's Lowei East Side, and rose to become the undaunted international crusader for birth control. The dialogue is honest and frank, and there's a graphic scene early in the show involving an immigrant woman who attempts to abort herself with a knitting needle. Credit must also be given to producer-director Francis Gladstone for fashioning a full blown portrait of a complex and heroic woman who would not bend to convention. 8 p.m. PBS. 39 CD Â»Â· KOJAK. (Repeat). Lovely Andrea Marcovicci makes the most of her role as a psycho, an unstable beauty being protected by a cuckoo killer. Weirdos are in the spotlight, and Kojak must extract the truth from his vague witness before it's too late. Hardly an upbeat tale it's a tough, depressing melodrama on the kind of sick people around. 9 p.m. CBS. O CD throwing your mtuey may in healing and ceding Mh. INSULATED REPLACEMENT WINDOWS area SPECIALTY Business It goes up-it goes down-it tilts for draft-free ventilation. And. it tilts in for safe, easy window washing. 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