7.40 Music - Sound and Notation. 8.5 Time. 8.30 Foundation Maths - Review.
8.55 Transistor Operation. 9.20 The Sense Organs. 10.10 Jefferson the Architect.
10.35 Infant Cognition. 11.0 Television and Politics - America (4). 11.25 Doctors - Too Few or Too Many? 11.50 National Students' Conference. 12.15 Complex Human Ecosystems. 12.40 Stantonbury: A Curriculum Blueprint. 1.5 Urban Education: Amsterdam and Haarlem. 1.30 Sulphuric Acid.
The John Player League featuring
Warwickshire v Kent
On the last Sunday of the 1976 John Player League five teams were possible winners and both
Warwickshire and Kent were involved in the climax.
The Championship was decided on the last ball of the last over when Somerset lost to Glamorgan, and Kent became champions on run-rate via the computer. With the title each year in the balance to the end, whoever wins this game is off to a flying start.
PETER WALKER introduces the programme which includes news of today's other fixtures:
Derbyshire v Glamorgan
Lancashire v Northamptonshire Nottinghamshire v Middlesex Somerset v Leicestershire Surrey v Essex
Worcestershire v Sussex
Yorkshire v Gloucestershire
Commentators at Edgbaston JOHN ARLOTT and JIM LAKER
BOB DUNCAN , RICHARD TILLING
A digest of the news of the week, plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear. with Peter Woods
Editor BILL NORTHWOOD
The Road to Kathmandu
In the small ads at the back of newspapers all over the world there are offers of places on expeditions to travel uncomfortably to the exotic places of the world. These are package tours with a difference; not offering luxury hotels and drinks by the pool, but long hard journeys in buses or trucks across the trade routes of the world, once only accessible to the hardened explorer.
One expedition leader, Mike Deman , has been driving the road from London to Nepal for three years. In this programme he takes 25 passengers across Europe to Turkey, Iran, Afghanistan, over the Khyber Pass to Pakistan and India and after 11 weeks travelling -to Kathmandu.
Filmed and directed by DAVID and ANNIE SOUTH
Series editors MICHAEL ANDREWS and ANTHONY ISAACS
by GEORGE MOORE The BBC2 Serial
Dramatised in four parts by DOUGLAS LIVINGSTONE. Part 4
When William re-enters her life the wheel has turned full circle for Esther, and she is happy at last. But happiness demands a price.
Original music composed by DUDLEY SIMPSON
Film cameraman ELMER Cossbi Film sound BILL MEEKUMS Designer SALLY HULKE
Producer RICHARD BEYNON Director JANE HOWELL
Vienna - The Mask of Gold
A personal documentary written and presented by Michael Frayn
At the turn of the century, Vienna was still one of the world's great Imperial capitals. In the decade before the Great War, ideas were born in the city that have stamped themselves upon the whole 20th century.
In a sequel to his highly praised film about Imperial Berlin, playwright, novelist and journalist MICHAEL FRAYN explores the cultural legacy of those years. Behind the uniforms and rigid moral codes of court life, he examines the new world that was being born - the erotic world of the painters Klimt and Schiele, the world of the unconscious mapped by Freud and the playwright Schnitzler, the new musical worlds of Mahler and Schoenberg. But the golden mask of Viennese culture in the 1900s concealed a sure and growing knowledge that the world was about to disintegrate, leaving nothing of the Empire that stretched from Poland to the Adriatic but heavy architecture, tourist attractions and a nostalgia for past greatness.
Film cameraman PETER BARTLETT Film editor JOHN NEEDHAM Executive producer BILL MORTON
Producer DENNIS marks
Dyan Cannon , James Coco
Otto Preminger 's witty and compulsive film combines black comedy with a medical expose of some of the more gruesome aspects of American hospitals.
On the advice of his family doctor, art director Richard Messenger goes to hospital for the removal of a mole on his neck. The apparently trivial operation develops complications and causes Richard's wife, Julie, to re-examine their relationship.
Director OTTO PREMINGER. Films: page IT (First showing on British television)
Dr Timmy Specter: