6.40 Mansfield Park
7.5 Linear Maths
7.30 Mechanics and Applied Calculus
Story: The King who Built a Tower to the Moon. Presenters
CHLOE ASHCROFT, FRED HARRIS
Early in the Morning' on BBC record Bang on a Drum, RBT 17 from record shops
Five films which explore the traditions of black involvement in British society.
1: The Heart of Darkness written by MIKE FENTIMAN told by DEREK GRIFFITHS
The continued historical presence of the Black man from the middle of the 16th century until the end of the 19th century provide* a backdrop against which the origins of racial attitudes in Britain are explored.
Executive producer John RADCLIFFE Producer TONY LARYEA ‡
A series of five programmes on the national newspaper industry 1: Mirror, Mirror...
' The most distinctive voice in Fleet Street.' What makes the Daily Mirror Britain's most popular paper? What is its secret?
Hugh Cudlipp (among others) gives the answers - some of which lie in the paper's history.
Producer ROGER OWEN
5.0-5.25 Pure Maths
5.50 Complex Analysis
6.15 Education by Satellite: I
16: Fair Shares
PETER DONALDSON looks at some of the obstacles in the way of a fairer distribution of income. Producer BERNARD ADAMS Director chris JELLEY
(Rptd: Fri BBC1 9.30 am; not Scotland) Book (same title), 80p, from bookshops
with Michael Charlton
Every weekday evening an interview with a man or woman behind the headlines follows the News Summary
Preceded by Weather
Great Britain v USA
A seven-match tournament specially recorded for BBC2 and played over nine holes of the famous Ailsa Course at Turnberry Hotel, Ayrshire.
With only two matches to play in this four-ball series, Great Britain leads the USA 3-2. Can Great Britain clinch the series by winning this week's match which features: Peter Oosterhuis , Britain's leading golfer in 1974 and Henry Cooper v
Tom Weiskopf , British Open Champion in 1973 and Robert Stack
Commentator PETER ALLISS
Introduced by HENRY LONGHURST
Television presentation by ALAN MOUNCER FRfiD VINER , and BUW JONES Producer A. P. WILKINSON
Introduced by Robert Robinson
Science Fiction has developed in many directions since the days of Amazing Stories and the pulp magazines. In the studio two writers, Brian Aldiss and Harry Harrison , talk about what's happened to the science and the fiction.
Also a look at the children's book illustrations of the Victorian artist
' Apart from the Bible and Shakespeare ...' Alan Bennett reads from a favourite book.
Studio director MARTIN L. BELL Producer PHILIP SPEIGHT
Executive producer WILL WYATT
Alan Bennett's Play for Today: Thurjday 9.25 pm BBC1
starring Albert Prejean
Pola Illery , Gaston Modot
Rene Clair 's first sound film, the adventures of Albert, a Paris street-singer, and his companion Pola, established him as a major director of international repute. Sous les Toits de Paris, with its unforgettable theme tune and irresistible atmosphere of the world of the Paris ' bals musettes,' ranks among Clair's finest work. with AIMOS and JANE PIERSON
This Week's Films: page 17
with David Holmes ; Weather
Come to Me in Silence written and read by ROD MCKUEN. 10.55 Close