7.15 Properties of Water. 7.40 North Sea Oil. 8.5 Computers at United Biscuits. 8.55 Earthquakes. 9.20 Local Government. 9.45 Comparative Physiology.
Focus on Asian arts and artists in multi-racial Britain including an interview with NASEEM KHAN , author of the CRC's report 'The Arts Britain Ignores ', and founder director of MAAS - the Minority Arts Advisory Service.
Studio director KRISHAN GOULD
Producer SALEEM SHARED. BBC Birmingham
The Mapping of Venus Patrick Moore and Dr Garry Hunt discuss new findings about the planet Venus, obtained from radar information sent back by the space probe Pioneer Venus 1.
How do the churches and caring societies see themselves and their work? Celebration - a film made in 1977 by the Australian Religious Film Society at two conferences in Sydney on charismatic renewal in the church is followed by a discussion in which ROSEMARY HARTILL talks to THE REV MICHAEL HARPER about some of the points raised by the film.
Producer MICHAEL WOOD. Christian comment on Ceefax page 294 (BBC2)
With PHILIP WRIXON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers JACK scorr
Steam and the Pit
In the second of eight films ANTHONY BURTON goes underground at Britain's first colliery museum, looks at an original Newcomen steam engine and visits the oldest steam pumping engines still doing their original job.
Film editor KEITH WILTON Producer MICHAEL GARROD
starring Jim Reeves
The most popular country and western singer of recent times sings a host of songs in this turn-of-the-century musical adventure. The setting is South Africa where two American gamblers try a cheating ruse at poker - and win themselves a diamond mine! and the BLUE BOYS
Written and directed by EMIL NOFAL Films: page 13
Jan Ie ROUX:
van Der Walt
Introduced by Desmond Lynam featuring
Motorcycling from Silverstone
The Marlboro British Grand Prix
World Champion KENNY ROBERTS won this race last year in a dramatic tussle with Britain's BARRY SHEENE and is heading for his third consecutive 500cc title. With Sheene struggling for results, the Californian's main challenge should come from country- - man RANDY MAMOLA and Italy's MARCO LUCCHINELLI. Commentators
MURRAY WALKER and MIKE HAILWOOD
The Benson and Hedges International Open from Fulford Golf Club, York. Coverage of today's final round as the talented international field battle for the first prize of over £13,000.
Commentators HARRY CARPENTER
CLIVE CLARK , BRUCE CRITCHLEY and ALEX HAY
International Dressage from Goodwood: The 1980 International Dressage Festival
Today, the 12 highest-placed riders from the week's team competitions compete individually for the Grand Prix Special.
Commentator DORIAN WILLIAMS
Motorcycling JOHN PHILIPS and JIM RESIDE Golf DAVID KENNING , RICHARD TILLING and ALASTAIR SCOTT
Dressage JOHN MCNICHOLAS
Producer Grandstand MARTIN HOPKINS Editor Grandstand HAROLD ANDERSON
by GEORGE ELIOT
Dramatised in eight parts by JAMES ANDREW HALL
1: George Eliot 's story of Maggie Tulliver , who shocked the Victorian society in which she lived by following the dictates of her heart, is a favourite of many readers and has proved to be equally popular as a television serial.
Music composed by KENYON EMRYS.ROBERTS Producer BARRY LETTS
Director RONALD WILSON
with Peter Woods ; Weatherman
appeals on behalf of the Village Centres Association which provides homes, training, and employment for severely disabled people.
Donations, preferably by crossed po or cheque, and covenants to: [address removed]
A series of six programmes 2: A Westerner's Luxury
-Peter Boardman is now one of the world's top mountaineers but his first major expedition was nearly fatal and left him with a very different view of his own life.
It wasn't just an experience of danger and survival. It was something that woke me up and changed me.'
Producer JOHN WILCOX. BBC Birmingham
with Janet Brown
In the second of six programmes JANET BROWN , best known for her impersonations of Mrs Thatcher , Esther Rantzen and Barbara Wood -house, talks in her Sussex farm-house home to Sue MacGregor about her own life and the faith which has helped her to face cheerfully the ups and downs of her career, serious illness, and more recently the death of her husband, the much loved comic actor, Peter Butterworth. Her favourite hymns and songs are sung by the boys of DR CHALLONER'S GRAMMAR SCHOOL conducted by IAN HOOKER
O dreamer, leave thy dreams (Londonderry Air); I love thy way of freedom.
Lord (Heavenward); Morning has broken (Bunessan); Eternal Father, strong to save (Melita); The Lord's Prayer (Malotte); I look to thee in every need (Wessex); To a wild rose (MacdowelB; Be still and know (Benjamin); Hallelujah Chorus (Handel).
Music research MICHAEL WOOD Film director INGRID DUFFELL studio director JIM MURRAY Producer ELIZABETH GORT
Katharine Hepburn , Peter O'Toole Christmas, 1183: Henry II, king of England and half of France, has summoned his family to his castle at Chinon to hear who will be his heir. Among those present are the Princess Alais, Henry's mistress, who he intends to marry to the son chosen to succeed him, and his wife, Eleanor of Aquitaine. Embittered and vengeful after being imprisoned by her husband for ten years, the Queen is determined to thwart Henry's Plans.
Screenplay by JAMES GOLDMAN based on his own play
Produced by MARTIN POLL
Director ANTHONY HARVEY. Films: page 13
King Henry II:
Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine:
King Philip of France:
Bishop of Durham:
Queen Eleanor's guard:
One of America's brightest young comedians, presents his uniquely comic view of life. Written by KELLY MONTEITH and NEIL SHAND featuring Gabrielle Drake
With TONY ANHOLT , LORRAINE CHASE SABINA FRANKLYN , CHRISTOPHER MITCHELL , VICTOR SPINETTI
Music composed by RONNIE HAZLEHURST "lrected by STANLEY APPEL Produced by JAMES moir
by VERA BRITTAIN
An autobiography, 1913-1925
Dramatised in five parts by ELAINE MORGAN
2: Buxton 1914. Owing to the outbreak of the First World War, Vera Brittain's father has refused to let her take up her hard-won Place at Oxford. To Vera the war seems an exasperating interruption to her ambitions.
Poetry spoken by GARY WATSON
Music composed and conducted by GEOFFREY BURGON
Producer JONATHAN POWELL
"irected by moira ARMSTRONG
The long-awaited start of the 1980 Henry Wood Promenade Concerts came last week at the Royal Albert Hall in London. In the first of four recorded Sunday night programmes on BBC1 Sir Charles Groves conducts the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (leader BARRY GRIFFITHS ) in the Symphony No 6, in B minor (Pathetique) by Tchaikovsky. Introduced by FRAN MORRISON
Sound GRAHAM HAINES
Lighting GEORGE JAKINS
Executive producer RODNEY GREENBERG Director ROY TIPPING
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12.0 A Matter of Form.
12.25 Genes and Development.