25 Development of the Piano
6.50 Semi-Conductors and the Sun
7.15 Computing: The Systems Analyst
7.40 Scientists Remember Germany
8.5 General Relativity: An Isolated Fact
8.30 Photoelectron Spectroscopy
Alison Christie-Murray tells how Daniel was saved from death in the lions' den; Mike Amatt sings about the loyal friends of the paralysed man; and Vilma Laryea describes the early life of the Buddha.
Half an hour of worship, prayer, sharing and celebration, in which viewers are linked by television from home to home.
This is the day which the Lord has made!
We shall rejoice and be glad in it.
The service is led by members of the viewing congregation.
Today's speaker is Fr. Jim Brand, who joins some viewers in their home in Burnt Oak, North London.
Old Testament reading: Genesis 12, vv 1-3
Gospel: Luke 9. vv 57-60
Hymn for meditation: Lead, kindly light (J.B. Dykes)
Continuing its occasional series on unemployment, Asian Magazine presents a film report on Unit 3 - Shyama Building, where a young Asian, RAKESH CHANDER , talks about his struggle to establish his own business after becoming redundant.
The programme meets PARTHA PRATIM majumder, the pioneer of mime in Bangladesh who now works in Paris with the renowned mime artist Marcel Marceau.
In addition, there is the usual round-up of news and events from the community.
Producer KRISMAN GOULD
Executive producer ASILOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
Book, Speak for Yourself, £2.75 from booksellers
The last of three programmes investigating the so-called microelectronics revolution.
And What o/ the Future?
Produced by DAVID ALLEN , ROBERT ALBURY
The last in the present series Amar-Akbar-Anthony
A Hindi-Urdu musical, starring Vinod Khanna as Amar Rishi Kapoor as Akbar Amitabh Bachchan as Anthony
There is a mysterious link between the Muslim singer Akbar, the Christian bar-owner Anthony, the Hindu police officer Amar, the blind flowerseller and the rich merchant Kishenlal. Full of excitement, adventure and popular songs, this is a highly successful contemporary Bombay musical.
Music LAXMIKANT PYARELAL
Producer and director MANMOIIAN DESAI
with PHILIP WRIXON and DAN CHERRINGTON
Producers PHILIP HICKS, KEN POLLOCK Executive producer JOHN KENYON BBC Pebble Mill
Weather for farmers MICHAEL FISH
The first of eight programmes about renovating old furniture at home. presented by Albert Jackson and David Day Cleaning and Stripping
Many old pieces of furniture need no more than thorough cleaning to restore their former beauty. Stripping off the original finish is very much a last resort.
Film editor AL CELL
Producer RON BLOOMFIELD
starring Greer Garson, Walter Pidgeon with Teresa Wright, Dame May Whitty, Reginald Owen, Henry Travers Richard Ney, Henry Wilcoxon.
Hollywood's famous story of an English family at war - of the indomitable Mrs Miniver, her husband Clem, and their three children.
William Wyler 's classic film, produced in 1942 and starring one of the most successful screen partnerships of the 40s, won seven Academy Awards and, as propaganda for the British cause in America, was said by Churchill to be worth many battleships.
Screenplay by ARTHUR WIMPERIS, GEORGE FROESCIIEL, JAMES HILTON and CLAUDINE WEST
Produced by SIDNEY FRANKLIN Directed by WILLIAM WYLER
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A Western adventure series
starring Pete Duel as Smith and Ben Murphy as Jones
with guest stars Jack Kelly, Rory Calhoun, Joe Flynn, Paul Fix
When Smith and Jones are chosen by an old prospector to share his fabulous gold strike, it all seems too good to be true. And it is.
Tom and Jerry play cat and mouse.
The fourth in a series of award-winning wildlife films. For more than a year the teenage naturalist and cameraman Simon King explored the rich and various habitats of the South of England. Simon's view of the countryside is unique. He shoots the film and narrates the story, too. In particular he examines the way that many wild creatures are affected by demands upon the land. 4: Coast and Estuary
Film cameraman SIMON KING Editor TONY WILLIAMS Producer JOHN KING
with Jan Leeming Weatherman
The last of a five-part serial Created by LYNN HUGHES
Written by grl'Ffydo PARRY starring
Twm succeeds jn buying guns in London. He returns to Tregaron some days ahead of the arms cart to discover that the gang has been ambushed and is on the run. Shanco has been killed and Rhys taken prisoner. Vicar Davyd has intensified his search for members of the gang. The time has come for a final showdown. But will the arms cart arrive in time?
Music composed by JAMES harpham Producer GEORGE p. OWEN. Directors GEORGE P. OWF.N. CIIRISTOPIIER KING BBC Wales
Wil Ap Cradoc:
Viscountess Stansgate talks to Cliff Michclmore
VISCOUNTESS STAKSGATE describes herself as a 'professional relative'. Daughter of a Liberal mp, she married a cabinet minister and her son, Tony Benn , is also a former cabinet minister. In her own right, Viscountess Stansgate became the first president of her church, the Congregational Federation, and has devoted much of her time to working for Christian unity.
Now aged 86, she talks about her journey of faith and the CHOIR OF PAISLEY ABBEY performs some of the music associated with important moments in her life.
Conductor GEORGE mcpiiee Organist JOHN LANGDON Producer DAVID KREMER
Series producer JIM MURRAY
(Bepcored on Tuesday at 3.40 not Wales)
A pictorial diary of the June visit by The Prince and Princess of Wales to the Provinces of Canada. This tour fulfils part of a promise Prince Charles made at the time of his wedding. His wife would see the Commonwealth and the Commonwealth would see his wife, as soon as practicable. The arrival of Prince William set the timetable back somewhat. But now, in the space of a few months, people from Australia, New Zealand and Canada have seen the Princess Personally. Many more have watched her on television.
Martin Bell followed them from the islands and coastal towns of Canada's eastern provinces, through Newfoundland, Nova Scotia , New Brunswick, to the site of the World University Games in Edmonton, Alberta.
Reporter MARTIN BELL
Picture editor GEOFF HALE Produced by GORDON CARR A BBCtv News special
A second series in eight episodes Written by EWART ALEXANDER based on characters created by JOHN QUIGLEY starring with Louie Ramsay , Andrew Kelr
Anne Kristen , Heather James
Sally Osborn , Simon Cowell-Parker and Dallas Adams
5: Fiona is invited to the Prince's bedroom. ' Maybe this is a lesson you needed, Robert-before it is too late - before your new friends rob you of whatever sense of goodness you have.'
Music by PAUL LEWIS
Designers ALEX GOURLAY , ALAN WRIGHT Producer GERAINT MORRIS Director MARC MILLER BBC Scotland
Prince of Wales:
Male house guest:
The Bed of Nails written by ANTONY JAY and JONATHAN LYNN starring
Nigel Hawthorne with Derek Fowlds Designer
Produced and directed by PETER WHITMORE
Book (same title), not 1 £2.50, vol 2 f2.95, boxed set £5.45
* Subtitles on Ceejax page 170
Jim Hacker, MP:
Sir Humphrey Appleby:
Sir Arnold Robinson:
Sir Mark Spencer:
Join Wayne Sleep in a Sunday night entertainment of music. dance and comedy starring Britain's top dancers, including Bonnie Langford , Finola Hughes Cherry Gillespie
Stewart Avon Arnold Linda Mae Brewer
Claud-Paul Henry , Helen Mason
Andy Norman , Robert (B.J.) Ryan Paul Tomkinson
Anthonv Van Laast featuring from the Royal Ballet
Bryony Brind. Philip Broomhead Anthony Dowson. Mark Freeman Stephen Sheriff from the London Festival Ballet Carole Hill
Andrew Lloyd Webber
Resident choreographer *NTIIONY VAN LAAST
BILL DnvSOALE, ROBERT NORTH Additional choreography
STF.WAKT AVON ARNOLD, WAYNE EAGLING Artistic consultant WAYNE SLEEP
Script material KIM FULLER , MIKE RADFORD Original music and songs by CHRIS BENSTEAD , GERARD KENNY
Musical director LAURIE HOLLOWAY uesiRner darrie DOBBINS
Associate producer JILL MARSHALL
Directed by RON ISTED , colin NEARS
I rodLced by TOM gutteridge
with Jan Leeming Weatherman
Aborigines for sport. This Everyman report, shot in the most remote parts of north-western Australia, explores what's happening to Aborigines today.
They feel passionately about the need for land rights because their relationship to the land is at the heart of their religion.
For hundreds of years, western civilisation has pronounced that it's the primitive natives who must learn from us. Now the Aborigines are saying it's we who should learn from them. Because, while our civilisation seems hell-bent on destruction, they hold the secret of survival.
Film editor Richard BRUNSKILL
Film cameraman LAURENCE mcmanus Producer DAVID M.THOMPSON Editor JOHN STUART ROBERTS
Eight films about Fred Dibnah 5: An Epic Journey Begun
The annual test of the stamina of Fred Dibnah and his family as their steam engine and trailer leave the mills behind and roll away to shatter the tranquillity of rural Cheshire.
Narrator Deryck Guyler
Photography ARTHUR smith
Written and produced by DON IRAWORTII BBC Manchester
In coping with women's changing attitudes and lifestyles, some magazines prefer evolution, others revolution.
This film looks at how the mass weekly Woman's Own is constantly evolving - but always slowly and subtly, never too far ahead of or behind its readers.
By contrast, Spare Rib, a feminist monthly, wants nothing less than a revolution in women's attitudes. With Iris Burton, Editor of Woman's Own, The Spare Rib Collective, Dr Cynthia White, Dr Marjorie Ferguson
Pioneering the Heliosphere
Two rocket probes, Pioneers 10 and 11, are on their way out of the solar system. They are sending back new information about the heliosphere, that part of space in which the influence of the sun is dominant.
Patrick Moore and Iain Nicolson talk about the outer heliosphere, and also the search for a possible planet moving beyond the paths of Neptune and Pluto.
Producer PIETER MORPURGO
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