7.40 Through the Looking Glass. 8.5 Diffraction in Action.
A See-Saw programme Presented by SAM DALE Dots and Gaps
If you look very closely at newspaper photographs you can see they are made up of lots of dots. But there are as many gaps as dots.
Story animation MIREK LANG and ANNA FODOROVA
Directed by MARTIN FISHER
Written and produced by MICHAEL COLE
A magazine for Asian viewers, including discussions, review of recent news, music and stories from the communities.
Presented and produced by MAHENDRA KAUL
Director KEITH BROOK BBC Birmingham
A series of five programmes
BRIAN REDHEAD examines some of the implications of the new technological revolution for people in industry today, 4: On Line
Laser supermarket check-outs, new time clocks at British Leyland, and Viewdata terminals in the local garage are only the tips of a number of electronic icebergs-networks of information links which are beginning, for good or ill, to have a far-reaching effect on the high street and on white-collar jobs in industry.
Director DAVID SCOTT COWAN Producer DAVID ALLEN
A series of five programmes which looks at a number of language departments that are having some success in their own terms and, in conjunction with the booklet, attempts to suggest why this is so. 2: The Oxfordshire Modern Language Project
Producer ROBERT CLAMP
Director SUSANNA CAPON
Booklet, 60p, plus 20p postage and packing, from CILT[address removed] Cheques/postal orders payable to CILT
A series of five programmes 1: A Very Commercial Story Commentary MICHAEL DEAN
Film editor SUE WYATT
Producer ROBERT CLAMP
For free leaflet giving information and details write to: Good for Business, BBC Television. London W12 8QT.
A series of four programmes.
1: What is School For?
The purpose of education is to prepare people for life, not just for the world of work. BRIAN REDHEAD looks at the current state of careers education in our schools.
Researcher MIKE HUTCHINSON
Producer IAN WOOLF
Background notes available by sending large sae to: Is There Life After School[address removed]
Gaelic for Beginners. Twenty programmes for beginners in Scots Gaelic. Presented by MAIREAD ROSS 7: De an uair a tha e?
With SIMON MACKENZIE , CATRIONA MONTGOMERY, CATHERINE ANNE MAC -PHEE, DONALD SMITH , RHODA MAC DONALD, RORY MACDONALD , ANGUS PETER CAMPBELL
Producer NORMAN MCCANDLISH
Book (same title) £4.00, records £7.48, cassettes £7.19, from bookshops
Communication is the theme for, this morning's special Whitsun Eucharist, broadcast live from the Chapel of Ellesmere College, Shropshire.
The College is one of the Anglican schools of Canon Woodard and in 1884 was the last to be founded in his lifetime. The firm Christian values on which Woodard Schools are based is at the heart of today's Whitsun celebrations in the College Chapel.
Come down, 0 love divine (Down Ampney); 0 Holy Spirit. Lord of grace (Tallis); Our Lord, his passion ended (Darke)
Director of Chapel Music ROGER ALLEN Organist PAUL SPICER
Chaplain THE REV MAURICE GRAY Introduced by the Headmaster DAVID SKIPPER
Television presentation by RALPH ROLLS
With PHILIP WRIXON and DAN CHERRINGTON
Producer JOHN KENYON. BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers MICHAEL FISH
In this series, which shows artists makingoriginal prints, we see ELLEN KUHN making a screenprinting in her own studio, and GERD WINNER working with famous master printer CHRIS PRATER of Kelpra Studio.
Film editor HOWARD SHARP Producer SUZANNE DAVIES
continues the season of Hollywood musicals starring Bing Crosby with Mary Carlisle , Beatrice Lillie
In this lively musical comedy, Bing plays an amorous doctor in love with a society girl. Unfortunately she's in love with a crooked gambler ... The film stars the incomparable Bea Lillie as the girl's aunt-a wealthy hostess. Among the numbers featured are ' Two dozen double-damask dinner napkins ' - Miss Lillie's show-stopping comedy sketch - and songs from Bing, including the title theme and ' This is my night to dream'. and LOUIS ARMSTRONG
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Screenplay by JO SWERLING and RICHARD CONNELL
Based on the novel by O. HENRY Produced by EMANUEL COHEN Directed by FRANK TUTTLE
(First showing on British'television) Films: page 9
J Vincent Price:
play cat and mouse in Catty Cornered
The saga of a land and its people in 12 parts. From the epic best-selling novel by JAMES A. MICHENER of the exploration and development of the great American West. 2: The Yellow Apron starring
Driven by his obsession for gold,
Pasquinel finds no peace in the world of St Louis, and returns almost permanently to the Arapaho Indians where his unrelenting pursuit creates a bitter legacy for those closest to him. Written for television by JOHN WILDER Produced by HOWARD ALSTON and MACK HARDING
Directed by VIRGIL W. VOGEL (Repent)
The last of five programmes The River Tamar
Thousands of holiday-makers travelling to Cornwall each year cross the Tamar at Plymouth or Launceston without giving the river a thought. Yet it has always had a special place in the lives of people in Devon and Cornwall. Peter Purves discovers why. Written by DOROTHY SMITH
Film editor IAN MCKENDRICK Photography PATRICK TURLEY
Executive producer DAVID HARGREAVES Producer ALEX LEGER
with Richard Baker Weatherman
by JANE AUSTEN
The last of five parts dramatised by FAY WELDON
Elizabeth has visited Pemberley and met Mr Darcy again. Knowing now that her first impressions were unjustified, she has begun to regret lost opportunities and is further distressed by the news of Lydia's elopement with Wickham.
I will be sad to see the end of this excellent production. Fay Weldon has adapted the book faithfully, losing none of Jane Austen 's wit. (WALLASEY NEWS) Music composed by WILFRED JOSEPHS Producer JONATHAN POWELL Directed by CYRIL COKE
Theme music is on a single (RESL 77). from record shops
Lady Catherine de Bourgh:
First lady guest:
Second lady guest:
for Whit Sunday from Belfast
Last Tuesday Belfast's St Anne 's Church of Ireland Cathedral, whose foundation stone was laid in 1899, was finally declared complete. The choirs of the whole city gather in the Cathedral this evening for Songs of Praise as part of the celebrations and Seamus McKee talks to some of the citizens of Belfast who contribute significantly to the life of the city.
Come Down O Love Divine (Down Ampney); Where Cross the Crowded Ways (Fulda): There is a Green Hill (Horsley); Abide with Me (Eventide); The Head That Once (St Magnus); Christ is the World's Redeemer (Moville): Alone with None but Thee (Emain Macha); I Vow to Thee, My Country (Flight of the Earls) With TEMPLEMORE BAND
Musical director J.W. BURCH Conductor HAVELOCK NELSON Organist JONATHAN GREGORY Director IAN HAMILTON Producer JAMES SKELLY
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT BBC Northern Ireland
Songs of Praise, Vol 2 (record REC 338, cassette ZCM 338), from record shops
by HAROLD PINTER starring and Lighting JOHN TREAYS Sound RICHARD CHUBB
Designer BARRY NEWBERY Producer ALAN SHALLCROSS Director KENNETH IVES
From the 10,000 letters you send in every week Esther Rantzen brings you some of the zaniest and funniest.
And, with reporters Paul Heiney and Chris Serle , investigates the more bizarre consumer sagas and real-life problems.
Also featuring Cyril Fletcher with your odes and oddities of the week.
Director BOB MARSLAND Produced by HENRY MURRAY and ESTHER RANTZEN Editor RONALD NEIL
Cyril Fletcher 's Oddities, 11.25, from bookshops
At the heart of the events which make our daily headlines lie deeper concerns: the principles on which our decisions are based, the effective values and beliefs which shape our society.
In this week's filmed report Peter France investigates one such issue, questioning our responses and looking, with those most directly concerned, at the fundamental values behind the news.
Film editor MICHAEL ALOOF
Series producer COLIN CAMERON
A series of ten programmes with Donald Sinden
1: Through a Glass Darkly
There are over 16,000 parish churches in England. Each of them is unique, a product of its own particular history, but each shares in the tide of events that shaped this country and its people. The conversion of Anglo-Saxon Britain to Christianity brought a fusion of the vigour of the pagan world with the classical tradition of Ancient Rome - a fusion from which the ways of thinking of the medieval mind were to emerge. This week DONALD SINDEN visits the churches of St Bartholomew the Great, Smith-field, London, and St Lawrence, Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire.
Producer DICK FOSTER
Book (same title) £12.00, from bookshops