8.55 Introduction to Science
9.20 Ways of Seeing the Future
9.45 Engineering Mechanics
10.10 Electrons in Motion
10.35 Dynamics of an Affluent Region
11.0 The University Library
11.25 Personality Growth and Learning
11.50 Man-made World
12.15 Linear Maths
starring Enrique Irazoqui IVIargherita Caruso Marcello Morante
Adhering strictly to the biblical text, and using non-professional actors, Pasolini gives us a starkly dramatic, documentary-like version of the life of Christ.
Director PIER PAOLO PASOLINI
Mary (in her youth):
Mary (in later life):
John the Baptist:
James, son of Alpheus:
A digest of the news of the week and other world matters of interest plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear. with Peter Woods
Editor BILL NORTHWOOD
Grease Paint and Chopsticks - Chinese Travelling Theatre
Narrated by ROBERT CUSHMAN
MADAME SOH is an exquisite artist, the star of a small theatre company which travels the roads of Thailand playing to audiences drawn from among the millions of emigre Chinese scattered throughout the,Far East.
The living is rough - meals and sleep are snatched between performances, which can last up to seven hours, every day of the year. Everyone helps to erect the stage, hump costumes and props; backstage is always cramped, chaotic and temporary. Yet once on stage they are performers as polished as any in the world.
Chinese Theatre defies western categories - melodrama, farce, opera, pantomime are all mixed to produce a spectacle with which companies like Madame Soh's dazzle their audiences and keep alive the culture and traditions of Old China.
Presented by CLEM VALLANCE Series editors ANTHONY ISAACS and CHRISTOPHER PARSONS
Entertainment - World Wide
A musical panorama highlighting the beauty, power and daring of the human in motion.
To most, the boundaries of sport will forever be the chalked rectangle of the football field ... or the ropes of the fighting ring ... or the red oval track where the runner's last enemy is time itself. But there are wider boundaries; and those ever-variable barriers, the cliff-edge of endurance and the breaking-point of the human nerve.
Written and narrated by IAN WOOLDRIDGE
Film editor PHILIP MCDONALD Producer DON SAYER
played by Henryk Szeryng with Michael Isador
Introduced by MICHAEL FLANDERS
Tonight the distinguished violinist Henryk Szeryng pays tribute to a great violinist - Fritz Kreisler. on the centenary of his birth. This recital includes arrangements and original compositions including Caprice Viennois, Schon Rosmarin and Tambourin Chinois.
Sound ADRIAN STOCKS
Lighting KEN MACGREGOR Designer MICHAEL YOUNG Producer PATRICIA FOY
Birds join carrier jets to show that flying is a wonderful thing.
Director HARRY BASTINGS
To Celia a Son
The little bull calf Celia bore In winter 1974 was slaughtered so that human beings could drink her milk. But to keep that milk flowing it was crucial that she should calve again quickly. There was need for expert stockman-ship, the skill of the artificial inseminator and the services of Cliftonmill Olympus II.
Film editor MICHAEL GOLDSMITH Producer ROGER MILLS
starring Fred MacMurray Barbara Stanwyck
Edward G. Robinson
A corruptible insurance salesman and the ruthless wife of a wealthy customer plan the perfect fraud - and the perfect murder.
Director BILLY WILDER
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Barton Keyes EDWARD:
Robert Powell reads The White Goddess by ROBERT GRAVES