7.40 Hocketts Design Features. 8.5 Atoms. Elements and Isotopes (2). 8.30 M101/7 Functions and Graphs. 8.55 Problem Identification Game. 9.20 British Rail Systems. 9.45 Elementary Maths-Differentiation. 10.10 Pure Maths-Topology (1). 10.35 Systems Modelling. 11.0 Language and Learning. 11.25 Open Forum - Careers Advice. 11.50 Computers - Case Studies. 12.15 Coal and the 19th Century. 12.40 Engineering Mechanics. 1.5 Educational Decision-making. 1.30 Economics: The Multiplier.
Taking Our Time: a new play by The Red Ladder Company
11: The Ideas of Chomsky
Bryan Magee talks to Noam Chom sky, Professor of Linguistics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Harlequins v Gloucester
John Player Cup Semi-final
'Quins, captained by David Cooke and strengthened in the pack by All Black Peter Whiting , have never reached this stage of the competition.
The West Countrymen, led by John Watkins and with experienced players Mike Burton and Peter Butler , will be out for a place in the final for the first time since they won the trophy in 1972. Commentator at Twickenham
Series producer BILL TAYLOR
News of the week plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear, with Peter Woods
Editor BILL NORTHWOOD
Narrated by BLAIN FAIRMAN
' Klondike or bust' was the slogan of 1897-luring 100,000 stampeders through the treacherous wildernesses of Canada in search of gold. Four modern-day Canadians decided to follow in their foot-steps - over the notorious Chllcott Pass to Lake Bennett , where their home-built raft carried them 500 miles to Dawson City and beyond, to winter in the Arctic snows. With spring they completed their year's trip, across the ice to Marshall, by dog sledge. Theirs was a journey of a lifetime through some of the most treacherous and beautiful wildernesses in the world.
Presented bv JENNY CROPPER
Series editors MICHAEL ANDREWS and ANTHONY ISAACS
by GEORGE MOORE
The Classic 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.
Producer RICHARD BEYNON
Director JANE HOWELL
Never Look Back
Cecil Lewis made his name with the best-seller Sagittarius Rising. This was about his experiences as an ace pilot in the First World War. But for Lewis, life was only beginning. He has been an old China hand, a founder member of the BBC, a protege of Bernard Shaw, an Oscar-winning writer in Holly-wood and he has written a string of books about his experiences. He now lives in Corfu where we filmed him talking to Peter France.
When Sagittarius Rising was published, Bernard Slaw wrote: ' This is a book which everybody should read.... he is a thinker, a master of words, and a bit of a poet.'
CECIL LEWIS was 80 last Wednesday. This film is a tribute to a remarkable man, based on his autobiography Never Look Back.
Photography PETER HALL Film editor ANDREW PAGE
Research CAROLYN JOHNSON
Executive producer BILL MORTON Produced by MARGARET MCCALL
A William Wyler Season starring Myrna Loy
Fredric March , Dana Andrews
Teresa Wright , Hoagy Carmichael Virginia Mayo , Harold Russell
At the end of World War II, three American servicemen come back to the same home town to pick up the threads of civilian life. After years of war, peace is a difficult - and sometimes frightening - new way of life.
Screenplay by ROBERT E. SHERWOOD from the novel Glory For Me by MACKINLAY KANTOR
Produced by SAMUEL GOLDWYN Directed by WILLIAM WYLER
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