7.40 King Lear: The Fool
8.5 Pure Maths
8.21 Pure Maths
8.30 Reading Development
8.55-9.20 Applied Maths
9.45 Maths: Statistics
10.10 Understanding Society
10.35-11.0 The Writer in Exile
11.25 Open Forum
11.50 School and Society
12.15 Science and Society
12.40 Geochemical Surveying
The British Society for Social Responsibility in Science Science for People
starring Bob Hope
Rhonda Fleming , Roland Young
Complications aboard an ocean liner when Bob Hope becomes involved with an attractive duchess and a crooked gambler.
Director ALEXANDER HALL
This Week's Films: p 23. The American Comedians: Wednesday at 7.30 pm R4
C J Dabney:
At a time of crisis for national newspapers our local weeklies are changing and thriving. JEREMY JAMES evaluates the changes.
The 1974 Tonga Rugby Union Tour of Britain
Wales XV v Tonga Introduced by NIGEL STARMER -SMITH
For the last match of their tour the South Sea Islanders return to the National Rugby Stadium at Cardiff Arms Park, the scene of their sensational and effective victory against East Wales in their first match.
BILL MCLAREN describes the best of the action.
Television presentation DEWI GRIFFITHS
Series producer BILL TAYLOR
based on the novels of ANTHONY TROLLOPE written for television in 26 parts by SIMON RAVEN : starring
Susan Hampshire , Philip Latham The responsibility for Lopez's suicide has been laid at the coalition Government's door. A small house-party at Matching is to include Frank Tregear and Silver-bridge's childhood friend Lady Mabel Grex.
Script editor LENNOX PHILLIPS Producer MARTIN LISEMORE Director RONALD WILSON
Duke of St Bungay:
Lady Mabel Grex:
Introduced by Melvyn Bragg
In 1933, PAUL KLEE was dismissed from his post at the Dusseldorf Academy, and forced to' leave. Germany later that year: his paintings were labelled ' degenerate ' by the Nazis. Yet at the same time as the outside world seemed to be closing in, Klee continued his exploration of an inner world of possibilities and potential growth.
An exhibition of Klee's later works opened last week at the Bristol Art Gallery. EDWIN mulLINS looks at this later period of the painter's work.
Regarded as one of the most original composers of contemporary pop songs, Randy Newman is largely unknown himself, although his songs have been hits. He talks to CHARLIE GILLETT and sings from his album ' The Good Old Boys.'
9.45 Isaac Bashevis Singer
ISAAC BASHEVIS SINGER is the author of such highly acclaimed novels as The Family Moskat and The Slave. In his New York home he talks to MELVYN BRAGG about the Polish Jewish community he was brought up in. He introduces two autobiographical incidents from his book In My Father's Court, adapted for television by BERNARD KOPS .
' In our house there was always talk about spirits of the dead that possess the body of the living, souls reincarnated as animals, houses inhabited by hobgoblins, cellars haunted by demons.'
Why The Geese Shrieked and The Boy Philosopher Director
Studio director BEN REA
Producers TONY CASH , MARK KIDEL Assistant editor TONY STAVEACRE Editor BILL MORTON
Isaac B Singer (as a boy):
Israel J Singer, his brother:
Rabbi Singer, his father:
A musical quiz
Joseph Cooper as questionmaster invites you to match your musical wits against
Joyce Grenfell , Robin Ray Richard Baker
Guest musician Norman Del Mar
Director DENIS MORIARTY
Producer WALTER TODDS
Ann-Margret Tony Franciosa with Robert Coote
Yvonne Romain , Horace McMahon Kelly Olsson is a nice wholesome girl who writes nice wholesome stories, but when publisher Ric Colby turns down her work as too tame for his sexy magazine Girl-Lure, an indignant Kelly sets about writing a lurid saga entitled ' The Swinger,' which she claims is autobiographical.
Producer and director GEORCE SIDNEY This Week's Films: page 23
Sir Hubert Charles: