7.40 am Beethoven
8.05 Pure Maths
8.30 Urban Education
8.55 Electronic Music
9.20 Heart and Lungs
9.45 Maths: Analysis
10.10 The Tiv
10.35 War and Society
11.25 Open Forum
11.50 Educational Psychology
12.15 Earth History
12.40 Geophysics: Cyprus
Errol Flynn. Claude Rains with Alan Hale
The Mauch Twins
The adventures of a prince and a pauper, who exchange their clothes and their identities in this swashbuckling adventure set at the time of Henry VIII.
Based on the novel by MARK TWAIN Director WILLIAM KEIGHLEY This Week's Films, page 14
Earl of Hertford:
Duke of Norfolk:
Captain of the Guard:
England v Pakistan for the Prudential Trophy direct from
Trent Bridge Coverage of the closing overs of this first of two 55-over matches for prize money of £2,500. Introduced by PETER WEST
Commentators RICHIE BENAUD
Television presentation by DAVID KENNING and BOB DUNCAN
Second match: Monday BBC1. 10.40 am and 1.45 pm; BBC2, 4.30 pm and 7.5 pm
... they say, when somebody wants a bath?
Ron McCrindell 's Toys
Toys don' survive well; tin boats leak and slowly sink in the middle of the pond and toy trains get tired and the wheels fall off. The dreadnoughts and steam trains that first appeared in Edwardian toy catalogues are now rare collectors' items worth a great deal more than the few shillings that bought them as presents 70 years ago.
Soho publican Ron McCrindell has been collecting old toys for over a quarter of a century. Unlike most collectors of rare objects who keep their prize possessions behind glass, Ron Mc Crindell enjoys seeing his toys in action. This evening we invite you to share his pleasure in playing with the steam and clockwork toys that have survived from another age.
Producer RAMSAY SHORT
The second semi-final for the BBC2 Snooker Championship featuring
John Pulman against John Spencer
Two former World Champions compete in this most important game, Spencer having won the Pot Black Trophy in 1970 and 1971. Introduced by ALAN WEEKS Referee SYDNEY LEE
Commentator TED LOWE
Director JIM DUMIGRAN
Producer REG PERRIN (Birmingham)
A new historical thriller in four parts by BILL CRAIG with 3: The Hare
While some Holyrood courtiers wonder about his connection with the fugitive Earl of Bothwell, Dominic continues his search for the truth about Margaret. He learns of a death-bed marriage between her and Gillespie. The trail leads him to a noble house - and the sound of Puddock's flute.
Designer WALTER MILLER
Producer PHARIC MACLAREN
Director MIKE VARDY (BBC Scotland) (Repeated: Thursday at 8.30 pm)
(Alec Heggie and Ian Ireland appear by permission of the Young Lyceum Co, Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh)
Gilles de Mere:
The second of a series about the Common Market countries. The Netherlands
The past 20 years have transformed the Netherlands from a rural to a highly industrialised society, and yet many of the older attitudes remain. A few miles from cosmopolitan Amsterdam women still wear local costume - and not just for the tourists.
These contrasts are very much part of Dutch life today. Traditionally interested in painting and music, the Dutch now have a variety of cultural opportunity out of all proportion to the size of the population.
This programme looks at some new town planning, a hippie meditation centre, a Dutch cabaret, the film industry and Holland's most popular TV programme. It also features performances by the Dutch National Ballet, the Rotter-dam Philharmonic Orchestra, and an interview with the nephew of Vincent Van Gogh.
Written and produced by PETER ADAM
Christopher Knight with Venetia Stevenson Dick Foran
Jay C. Flippen
Growing up in Chicago in the 1920s, Studs Lonigan drifts aimlessly through a world of pool halls and bar-rooms, carousing with his gang of teenage idlers, Kenny, Weary and Paulie, and unwilling to face up to the realities of life.
This film version of James . Farrell's famous trilogy, a rich saga of Irish-American life, vividly recreates Chicago's famous era of Prohibition and gangsters.
Written and produced by PHILIP YORDAN
Based on the novel by JAMES . FARRELL Director IRVING LERNER
This Week's Films: page 14
Miss Julia Miller:
Charlie the Greek: