6.40 J.S. Bach
7.05 Maths: Matrix Transformations
7.30 Systems Modelling
Story: Chicken Licken Presenters
MIRANDA CONNELL , DON SPENCER
with Judi Dench
Come Down the Mountain by VlAN SMITH
Today: ' Nothing We Can Do'
A thrilling series of adventures Sabre Tooth Kids When the cave-family's pet, Glump, falls down a pot-hole and disappears Gregg and Tana decide to go down after him,
5.00 Pure Maths: Automorphisms
5.25 Sulphuric Acid
5.50 Computing: Noughts and Crosses
A series of five programmes 2: In Place of Profits
The RT HON RICHARD MARSH , Chairman of British Rail, talks to an audience of young managers about the managerial problems of running a major nationalised industry today. Introduced by SIR FREDERICK CATHERWOOD
Director BRIAN DAVIES
Producer BERNARD ADAMS
with Michael Charlton
Every weekday evening an interview with a man or woman behind the headlines follows the News Summary
Preceded by Weather
Introduced by Robert Robinson
PROFESSOR ASA BRIGGS , Vice-Chancellor of Sussex University, and Zoologist DESMOND MORRIS , author of The Naked Ape, each talk about a new book they have chosen from the bookshops.
This year is the 150th anniversary of the first public railway service in Britain, and books about railway history are much in evidence.
Paul Barnes has been to Scotland to talk to one of the authors - the railway historian John Thomas.
Director MARTIN SPEIGHT
Executive producer WILL WYATT
The Wallace Collection
What do an 18th-century music party, a Rubens landscape and a wrought-iron staircase redeemed from the scrap-heap have in common?
They are just three of the many remarkable exhibits in London's Wallace Collection chosen as personal favourites by the art historian Kenneth Clark , Francis Watson (until recently the Director of the Collection) and a group of regular visitors including a housewife, a journalist, a docker and a sales distributor.
This collection of art treasures was formed over a period of 150 years by an eccentric English family who collected works of art just because they were pleasing. In this film members of the public describe the pleasure they get from wandering round this unique collection which is more like a house than a museum.
Cameraman KEN WILLICOMBE Editor DAVID THOMAS Director ANNE JAMES See feature pages
starring Charles Laughton
John Mills , Brenda de Banzie
Henry Hobson , a prosperous boot-maker, is a self-important but ineffectual domestic tyrant who spends most of his tome drinking while his three daughters run his shop and home.
But then his eldest daughter, the strong-willed Maggie, marries meek and mild-mannered Willie Mossop-and sets up her new husband as a rival in business to her father.
David Lean 's film version of Harold Brighouse 's classic Lancashire comedy stars the inimitable Charles Laughton in one of his most celebrated film roles.
Producer and director DAVID LEAN This Week's Films: page 19
Henry Horatio Hobson:
The Chancellor of the Exchequer Rt Hon
Denis Healey , mp for the Government
Angela Rippon ; Weather
HUGH BURDEN reads A Child's Garden by GEORGE MACBETH