7.5 Kant and Causality
7.30 Isotopes in Geology
(English transmitters only. First shown on BBC Cymru/Wales)
The John Player Tournament from The Park, Nottingham
Only eight men now remain in this championship from the original entry of 64. BBC outside broadcasts bring you live coverage of today's quarter-final matches. Introduced by DAVID VINE
Commentators DAN MASKELL
PETER WEST and JOHN BARRETT
Producers FRED VINER and JOHNNIE WATHERSTON
Michael Rodd introduces the film quiz game of observation.
This week the contestants are from
OBAN and ARBROATH and look at scenes from The Railway Children, The Prisoner of Zenda, The Mysterious Poacher and Peter Pan.
Director DES SISSONS
Producer JOHN BUTTERY. BBC Manchester
This week: Great Britain
Friend or Foe by JOHN TULLY
Jim has just moved to London and is shy and lonely. Then he meets Johnny with the motorbike-but is Johnny a friend or a foe?
Film cameraman A. A. ENGLANDER Director DAPHNE JONES
with Kenneth Kendall
Britain's most popular current affairs programme.
Tonight's features include Odd Job, with Richard Stilgoe presenting advice for both the do-it-yourself novice and the do-it-yourself expert.
At 6.40 Sportswide
Jimmy Hill looks forward to Sunday's big game in Buenos Aires when England take on the host nation for next year's World Cup -Argentina; plus news from Nottingham of the John Player International Tennis Tournament.
Cristobalito, the Calypso Colt
Puerto Rican orphan Chago is enchanted by the golden Palomino placed in his charge and runs away with the stallion rather than allow it to be destroyed after injury.
A WALT DISNEY production
Director NORMAN WRIGHT
The free-wheeling television adaptation of the Chinese classic.
In China 1,000 years ago the souls of 108 heroes were reborn to fight corruption and tyranny. As outlaws, they lived by their wits and their swords.
5: A Treasure of Gold and Jade is a Prize with the voices Of MICHAEL MCCLAIN
MIRIAM MARGOLYES , PETER MARINKER
RUPERT DAVIES , JOHN BLYTHE
BRIAN HAINES and BURT KWOUK
English adaptation by DAVID WEIR Director TOSHIO MASUDA
Dubbing director MICHAEL BAKEWELL Produced by NTV, Tokyo
Written by PETER ROBINSON and HUGH STUCKEY starring
When greengrocer Alf Butler decides that the other business he owns - a ladies' hairdressing salon - is going downhill, he brings in an experienced manageress. However, he discovers a new broom tends to sweep very clean!
Designer TONY SNOADEN Producer HAROLD SNOAD
with Kenneth Kendall and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weekend Weather
Harry becomes an alcoholic in need of therapy when one by one the patients of psychiatrist Breda Beach meet with a mysterious death. Perhaps he plays the part too well, for most uncharacteristic-ally he makes a fatal mistake.
JOHN TIMPSON and DENIS TUOHY and Tonight's reporters at home and abroad take their last look of the week at the topics and people that provoke, entertain, worry or amuse us.
Deputy editor PETER IBBOTSON Editor CHRISTOPHER CAPRON
Introduced by Humphrey Burton A Line Through the Labyrinth
- a film about the music of Italy's leading contemporary composer Luciano Berio
' You can equate the musical experience with travelling through a labyrinth, sometimes a mysterious labyrinth.'
BERIO talks about his music, his life and the situation facing the composer today. He rehearses a recent piece, Linea, and the programme ends with a complete performance.
With MARIELLE AND KATLA LABEQUE (pianos)
JEAN-PIERRE DROUET (vibraphone) SYLVIO GUALDA (marimbaphone)
Film editor DAVE KING Director BARRIE GAVIN
Starring Alan Bates, Denholm Elliott, Harry Andrews, Millicent Martin
Nobody knows better than Jimmy Brewster that there is still only one way to get where it really matters. What he lacks is the right style, the uppercrust background, and when by chance he meets a well-bred layabout he seizes the chance for instruction in acquiring the right image. Now nothing, and nobody, can stand in the way of his ambition.
This sharply funny story of a social climber from the swinging 60s reflects the strong influence of the television satire of the period with all its audacity and social ruthlessness. The packaging, from the acting to the photography and decor, sparkles with eye-catching detail - and the music is by Ron Grainer.
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