6.25 Journey into Frequency Space. 6.50 Counting Atoms. 7.15 Palaeontology and Geological Time. 7.40 Stereochemistry: Configurations. 8.5 The Action of Lysozyme. 8.30 Spreading Oceans. 8.55 The End of the Line? 9.20 M101/7 Functions and Graphs. 9.45 Sundials. 10.10 Mineral Processing. 10.35 Control of Education.
11.0 Intermediary Metabolism. 11.25 Computing: Sorting. 11.50 Water Masses.
12.15 Maths: Complex Functions. 12.40 Cells and Organisms. 1.5 Conceptual Models in Stratigraphy. 1.30 Which Way to Turn?
The Private Face of Medicine
As private medicine grows, what will happen to the NHS?
Horizon editor GRAHAM MASSEY
Written and produced by HILARY HENSON
An Alternative Account of 1981 A land invasion at dawn in Central America ... an unmarried man has a vasectomy in Asia ... a paramedic with three weeks' training saves a baby's life in the barren hills of the Yemen ... an unemployed youth stands trial in Dar es Salaam ... and middle-aged Norwegians chain themselves to bulldozers inside the Arctic Circle. Told by those who lived through them, the changes they are part of will affect millions.
3.55 Fou Ts'Ong plays ~
Nocturne, Op posth, by Chopin
4.0 Global Report. Part 2
Associate producer PETER ADAMSON
Producer PETER ARMSTRONG
The John Player Cup. Semi-finals Coventry v Gloucester
Both clubs have won the Cup twice and this year have returned to their best in this competition. NIGEL STARMER-SMITH commentates and also brings highlights of the other semi-final between Moseley and cup holders Leicester.
Producer HUW JONES
plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear. with Michael Sullivan
Editor RICHARD GAMBLE
Presented by Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton Britain's most popular business and financial magazine, reporting from far and near on money large and small. Featuring this week:
Cheaper Cars for All? With the same model of car costing, on average, 25 per cent more in Britain than on the Continent, the Ministry of Transport is proposing a dramatic lifting of the restrictions governing car imports. But could these moves spell disaster for our motor industry? And including Moneymaker.
Deputy editor ANDREW CLAYTON
Editor DAVID LLOYD
• MONEY MAKER: page 77
The first of two programmes The Lost Mystery
At the beginning of this century there was no living European who had set eyes on Lhasa, the Holy City of Tibet. Tibet was a forbidden land; one mystery that the 19th century had left to the 20th to explore. This film, mostly in colour, tells the story of the unveiling of Tibet by those few people who, in the first half of this century, crossed the Himalayas into this unknown country.
The films they brought back reveal a country even more unlikely than the dreamers of Shangri-La had ever imagined, a country that is gone forever. In 1950 the Chinese invaded and swept away the old order. Only the memories and the films remain to tell for the first time what Tibet was really like.
Film editor NORMAN CARR
Producer SIMON NORMANTON
ANTHONY ISAACS and PETER JONES
(Part 2 is on Thursday at 8.10 pin)
A serial in nine parts by DEREK MARLOWE
8: Guests for the Weekend
Nancy increasingly comes into conflict with her children as they grow up and try to escape her dominance: and as war looms she and Waldorf are publicly accused of harbouring ' The Cliveden Set'.
Music STANLEY MYERS
Producer PHILIP HINCHCLIFFE
Director Richard STROUD
Theme music on a single (RESL 110) from retailers
with Michael Sullivan
Owain Arwel Hughes conducts and introduces the music of Beethoven, Bizet, Delibes, Haydn, Mozart, Puccini, Rossini, Schubert and Verdi. with Yvonne Kenny John Treleaven
BBC SCOTTISH SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA leader GEOFFREY TRABICHOFF
SCOTTISH PHILHARMONIC SINGERS
chorus-master IAN MCCRORIE
An outside broadcast from the City Hall, Glasgow
Produced by JOHN VERNON
continues the seasTm of feature films portraying the darker side of American power politics. starring
James Cagney , Barbara Hale
Hank Martin is - seemingly - a ' little' man, a backwoods pedlar whose slogan is ' You name it, I've got it '. But Hank is ambitious and dedicated to the poor people he lives and works with. As he rises to power, however, he becomes corrupted by those he fights against. James Cagney gives one of his most dynamic performances in this vivid portrait of local politics seen through the eyes of those who are manipulated by big business and power-hungry politicians.
Screenplay by LUTHER DAVIS from the novel by ADRIA LOCKE LANGLEY
Produced by WILLIAM CAGNEY
Directed by RAOUL WALSH
films: page 11
Robert J Castleberry:
America's first lady of song again invites you to accompany her on a musical journey that covers four decades, 600 recordings and embraces aU musical tastes and trends.
In this television special PEGGY LEE performs many of her past ' hits ' together with some contemporary material in her own, inimitable, relaxed style.
Director JOHN G. SMITH
Producer DAVID WILLIAMS
BBC Birmingham (Repcat)