7.40 Housing in Warsaw. 8.5 History of Science 8.30 Computing. 8.55 The Man. made World. 9.20 Fruit Fly Chromosomes. 9.45 Physiology of Cells and Organisms. 10.10 Linear Maths. 10.35 The Role of The Budget. 11.0 Physics.
11.25 Public Administration. 11.50 Complex Numbers. 12.15 Mechanics and Applied Calculus. 12.40 Brunei,
The John Player League featuring today
Worcestershire v Kent
During the tea interval at 4.101: Talking Cricket
REG PERKS (Worcestershire and England) recalls with JOHN ARLOTT moments of excitement and humour.
Commentators at Worcester JOHN ARLOTT and JIM LAKER
PETER WALKER introduces the programme which includes news of today's other matches:
Glamorgan v Sussex
Hampshire v Derbyshire Somerset v Surrey
Yorkshire v Warwickshire
BILL TAYLOR and DAVID BRACE Sejies producer bill TAYLOR
A digest of the news of the week-plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear. with Richard Whitmore
Editor BILL NORTHWOOD
Through the Gates of Hell
Narrated by Andrew Faulds
The aim of this expedition was the first transnavigation of British Columbia from north to south, nearly 1,500 miles by boat. First a hard struggle up. into the Rocky Mountain Trench; then a 90-mile portage with 100-pound packs; and last, vast canyons and huge rapids, among them the dreaded Hell's Gate Rapid that has drowned many.
Series editors ANTHONY ISAACS and CHRISTOPHER PARSONS (Bristol)
starring Harry Secombe
A special edition looking back at the favourite moments in comedy and song from Harry's previous series, with guests
Delme Bryn-Jones , Dana Kiri Te Kanawa
Jacques Loussier Trio
Band of the Welsh Guards director of music
MAJOR DESMOND WALKER and featuring JULIAN ORCHARD
Programme associate JIMMY GRAFTON Orchestra directed by PETER KNIGHT Designers LESLEY JOAN BREMNESS GEOFFREY PATTERSON
Producer COLIN CHARMAN
A music Workshop by Bernard Keeffe with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra leader ERICH GRUENBERG
It was not until 1899, when Elgar was 42, that the first performance of Enigma Variations revealed to the world a master-composer for the orchestra. Until then Elgar's life had been one long uphill struggle for recognition.
In this programme, filmed partly in the sweeping Malvern Hills of Elgar's homeland, BERNARD KEEFFE describes how, entirely self-taught and despite many drawbacks, Elgar achieved a unique orchestral sound. He conducts illustrations ranging from the first piece Elgar ever had played in public to his remarkable virtuoso composition for orchestra, the Second Symphony.
Producer KENNETH CORDEN
Barenboim's recording of Elgar's Second Symphony: Thursday, 4.45, Radio 3
by F. TENNYSON JESSE: dramatised in four parts by ELAINE MORGAN
Julia has found in her hasty wartime marriage neither love, companionship, nor the romance her temperament craves. Part 3
Producer REX TUCKER
Director RAYMOND MENMUIR
' I've got an Old Gaffer - when people ask me what boat I've got I say a nuclear-powered gas turbine, you can' argue against it-that's what I have.'
' If you can hear the pub sign swing at 50 yards, upwind-it's time to double reef.'
Filmed in the creeks and swatch-ways of the Essex coast.
Producer and director STEVE ROBERTS