7.40 Future Urban Life
8.5-8.30 Steam Locomotive
8.55 Man-made world
10.10 Linear Maths
Join the ex-World Champion racing driver for what's new at the London Motor Show, Earls Court. With small cars at £1,000 and the threat of petrol prices going up to fl a gallon, which new car is the best buy? Foreign makes now account for nearly a third of new cars sold here. Are they more reliable than their British rivals or not? Jackie Stewart gives a personal verdict at the Show, and Gordon Wilkins test drives the car of the year.
Producer TONY SALMON Editor BRIAN ROBINS
with Richard Baker
Editor BILL NORTHWOOD
The story of Jesus told in pictures 5: Who is my neighbour? Storyteller RAY SMITH
Music RAYMOND PREMRU
Adapted for TV/produced by MOLLY cox
5 : Meeting in the Air
Tonight, the jumping ecstasy of a Pentecostal service in Southern California. Is the soaring jubilation a mark of true spirituality?
A WGBH Boston production
Narrator JIM DOUGLAS HENRY
For 1,000 years the veiled Tuaregs controlled the Sahara. Aristocra tic, nomadic ... they raided into, west Africa, taking captives to work their oasis gardens and tend their flocks.
In five years they have suffered the final blow to their society - the disastrous drought which has pinned them down around the few remaining wells and made them dependent on massive international aid. Such aid cannot last indefinitely. If the drought continues, can the once-proud camel-master change his way of life and scratch a living from the soil?
Film editor jim CRYAN
Directed and filmed by BRUCE PARSONS Series editors ANTHONY ISAACS and CHRISTOPHER PARSONS (Bristol) Hope in the desert: page 4
Talk of the Town
Introduced by Kenneth Williams starring
From Canada Edmund Hockridge From England The Kaye Sisters From France Jean-Claude and Yvette
From Sweden The Skating Brados
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Script by KENNETH Williams and PETER ROBINSON
Designer STEVE BROWNSEY Producer ERNEST MAXIN
"We have suddenly discovered our musical Mark Twain, Emerson and Lincoln all rolled into one" (Leonard Bernstein)
Charles Ives was born in Danbury, Connecticut, on 20 October 1874 and influenced by the sounds of marching bands, circus parades and camp prayer meetings. He was also a genuine Yankee eccentric. He once said : ' Are my ears wrong? No one else seems to hear it the same.' And to his music copyist he pleaded: ' Please don't try and clean it up; the wrong notes are the right ones!'
Tonight's centenary tribute features a typical cross-section of the music of a nutty but profound composer, performed by: Yonty Solomon (piano)
The Ives Choir of Keele University Director Peter Dickinson with John Pattinson (piano) Meriel and Peter Dickinson (mezzo-soprano and piano) BBC Symphony Orchestra leader Bela Dekany conducted by Pierre Boulez
Introduced by Derek Parker
Written and produced by Kenneth Corden
American Sunday: today on Radio 3: see p 4
by COLETTE dramatised in five parts by MICHAEL VOYSEY starring Yvonne Mitchell
Scott Antony , Brenda Bruce
Lea and Cheri have not met for five years. After the war he remembered that their love had been the only thing of beauty and value in a corrupt world.
Script editor LENNOX PHILLIPS Producer MARTIN LISEMORE Director CLAUDE WHATHAM
Baroness de la Berche:
Princess Valerie Cheniaguine:
A series of programmes made specially for audiences in the BBC Regions and now seen countrywide.
This week: Home Country (BBC West)
Nell Dunn , best known for her descriptions of life in Up the Junction and Poor Cow, takes a look at her other home, Exmoor. She made this film about hill farmers who have lived there for generations.
Director CHRIS MENAUL
People Make Television
If you won't get involved don't moan about your rates.
Hove Ratepayers Association say there's more to Hove, Sussex, than beaches, cricket and Victorian houses. See behind the fading grandeur! Compulsive viewing for all ratepayers!
Open Door is produced by the public. Skilled help and advice is available from the BBC's Community Programme Unit.