7.40 Ultrastructure of Cells
8.5 Art and Artifact
8.55 An Architect at Work
9.20 Output, Income and Demand
9.45 Invention of Printing
10.10 Pure Maths
10.35 Clean Air Success
11.0 Chemistry of Carbon Compounds
12.15 Open Forum
12.40 What Psychologists Do
1.5 School Meals
with Percy Thrower who looks at winter flowering shrubs, and MARGARET THROWER With some tips on winter flower arrangements.
Producer barrie EDGAR (Birmingham)
People make Television One Every 20 Seconds
An entertainment for children starring Brian Cant with Toni Arthur
Johnny Ball , Jonathan Cohen Spike Heatley , Alan Rushton
Director CHRISTINE SECOMBE Producer ANN REAY
A feature film for television starring Vic Morrow , Claude Akins Edmond O'Brien , Niall McGinnis Two oil prospectors take two truckloads of nitroglycerine across dangerous territory.
Director PAUL STANLEY
R J Twitchell:
starring Andrew Duggan, James Stacy, Wayne Maunder, Paul Brinegar, Elizabeth Baur
Guest stars John Beck, Zina Bethune, Mills Watson
A closer look at the politicians, the tactics and progress of Parliament. Presented by PETER HILL
Editor MICHAEL PAYNE
International Championship 1975 France v Scotland; Wales v England Scotland and Wales are the only undefeated sides in this year's championship and both will have to play at their best today to maintain the situation. In Paris the Scots face the French who, a fortnight ago at Twickenham, demonstrated the running and handling skills at which they can be supreme; while the Welsh take on an England side with much latent talent that must surely emerge before the season's end.
Commentator at Pare des Princes
Commentator at the National Stadium, Cardiff BILL MCLAREN
In Paris FRENCH TV SERVICE In Cardiff DEWI GRIFFITHS
Series producer BILL TAYLOR
Musical director BIG JIM SULLIVAN
Lighting LANCE WOOD Sound PETER ROSE
Designer IAN RAWNSLEY
Producer JOHNNIE STEWART
BBC2 Snooker Championship featuring two Pot Black Champions Eddie Charlton the Australian Champion, v Graham Miles defending Pot Black Champion
These two snooker stars meet with honours even. One victory each in the opening stages for the 1975 Pot Black Trophy.
Introduced by ALAN WEEKS Referee SYDNEY LEE
Commentator TED LOWE
Director Jim DUMIGHAN
Producer REG PERRIN (Birmingham)
by CHARLOTTE BRONTE
Another chance to see this dramatisation in five parts by ROBIN CHAPMAN : part 4
Jane has fallen in love with Rochester but it seems inevitable that he will marry Blanche. Jane visits Mrs Reed on her death-bed and learns that she has deliberately suppressed news that would have been to Jane's advantage.
Producer JOHN MCRAE Director JOAN CRAFT
Introduced by Melvyn Bragg Toback's Gambler
A film about the New York College lecturer and occasional sports-writer who has written the story and the script of Karel Reisz 's new film The Gambler, starring James Caan. MELVYN BRAGG talked to JAMES TOBACK in New York.
The Night Mare
In 1782 a new painting by the Swiss artist Henry Fuseli shocked the Royal Academy. The painting is about a dream. A woman sprawled on a bed with a goblin squatting on her chest and a horse peering through the window. It was called the Night Mare and has disturbed spectators ever since. This month an exhibition of Fuseli's work opens at the Tate Gallery and EDWIN MULLINS asked psychiatrist and writer ANTHONY STORR for some clues to the personality behind these extraordinary images.
Based on the book by R. D. LAING
He is a well-known and controversial figure in psychiatry and his previous books have been on that subject. Since Knots is a very simple text, many people were puzzled as to what they should make of this one.
Laing says, ' I have always tried to write literature, regardless of what people thought I was doing ... Several people have said that they found it a relief to see something they recognised in their lives. It turns some of the agony into humour.'
Knots was adapted for the stage by EDWARD PETHERBRIDGE for the ACTORS' COMPANY and the film is directed by DAVID i. MUNRO. Cast: CAROLINE BLAKISTON
PAOLO DIONISOTTI , SHARON DUCE ROBERT EDDISON , ROBIN ELLIS
TENNIEL EVANS , MATTHEW LONG MARK MCMANUS , JUAN MORENO
EDWARD PETHERBRIDGE , SHEILA REID
Studio director TONY TYLEY Film director DENNIS MARKS (The Night Mare)
Assistant editor TONY CASH Editor BILL MORTON
'I'm very fond of the family as a system ': pages 10 and 13
A series of programmes made specially for audiences in the BBC regions and now seen for the first time throughout the UK. Tonight: BBC Scotland presents The Old Soldier by JOHN LAWSON
Fulton Mackay as Alf and ' We ran straight into a German patrol. They put their grenades right in the middle of us. I don' remember falling or anything, just coming to and trying to scrape the mud out of my eyes. And then something hit me on the back, high up, near the shoulder. It was a boot, a British Army boot ... and somebody's foot was still in it ...'
Script editor NICK MCCARTY Designer CUTHRIE HUTTON
Producer PHARIC MACLAREN Director BOB MCINTOSH
Onward, soldier: page 5
Tony Bilbow in his film round-up reviews The Master and Margarita by the Russian writer Mikhail Bulgukov, and The Spiral Staircase starring Christopher Plummer and Jacqueline Bisset.
Philip Jenkinson looks at a new compilation film Ain' Misbehavin'.
Producer BARRY BROWN
Philip Jenkinson : page 17
starring Eric Porter
Hildegarde Knef , Suzanna Leigh
Captain Lansen is sailing his leaky old tramp, the Carita, from Africa to South America with a motley collection of passengers and a cargo of Phosphor B, an explosive which detonates on contact with water.
Screenplay by MICHAEL NASH based on the novel Uncharted Seas by DENNIS WHEATLEY
Producer and director MICHAEL CARRERAS
This Week's Films: page 17