7.40 Transistor Operation: 1
8.05 Fractional Distillation
8.30 Covalent Compounds
8.55 God said, Let Newton be
9.20 Systems Management: I
9.45 Engineering Mechanics
10.18 Open Forum
10.33 Computers: Case Studies
11.00 Forms of Social Interaction
11.25 Curriculum Studies
12.15 Maths: Differential Equations
A digest of the news of the week and other world matters of interest seen by news cameras around the world. The interesting, the picturesque, the important and the dramatic plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear. with Richard Whitmore
Editor BILL NORTHWOOD
Students of different denominations team up to answer questions on world religions, with some help from Dana and Peter Moloney Julian Chagrin sets more mime problems This week: Glasgow v
In the chair Joan Bakewell
Researcher JOHN WILCOX Producer ROBERT TONER
A Sheltered Existence
Narrator David Attenborough
At some time in their lives many mammals, fish, insects, and birds have to build themselves a shelter. Their ingenuity is amazing; for example, one bird builds a two-roomed flat out of reinforced concrete and there's a shrimp which decorates its doorstep with shells. Of course, we humans think we are the master builders but now architects are beginning to realise that there are some things about building that we can learn from the birds and the bees ...
Producer SUZANNE GIBBS
Series editors ANTHONY ISAACS and CHRISTOPHER PARSONS (Bristol)
A new series made in London starring Glen Campbell and featuring his guests from the world of music. This week's special guest Jimmy Webb featuring CARL JACKSON
With BILL GRAHAM , BOB FELTS and DENNIS MCCARTHY
Vocal backing by the MAGGIE STREDDER SINGERS
Orchestra directed by richard HOLMES Special musical arrangements by DENNIS MCCARTHY Sound LEN SHOREY
Lighting bill millar
Designer Lesley Bremness Producer TERRY HUGHES
' I do like to be beside the seaside ' and Buxtehude's Prelude and Fugue in D major have very little in common except that both can be performed in their appropriate styles on the organ of the Royal Festival Hall.
In this film Simon Preston takes a chronological journey through the organist's repertoire, stopping en route to explain the various tonal devices, e.g., stops, manuals, and pedals, and sets out to show that the Royal Festival Hall organ needs to be a thousand instruments to accommodate the many different kinds of sound that organ music requires.
Simon Preston , who is Organist and Lecturer in Music at Christ Church, Oxford, illustrates his journey with music by Bach, Buxtehude, Handel. Cesar Franck, Couperin, Messiaen and Vierne together with an ear-boggling version of The Ride of the Valkyries.
Film cameramen PETER HALL PETER BARTLETT. DAVID FEIG Film sound bill CHESNEAU
Film editor ARTHUR BENNETT Producer ALAN BENSON
Jose Ferrer , Shelley Winters Elaine May , Jack Gilford and Reni Santoni
In New York in the late 1930s, young David Kolowitz works in Mr Foreman 's sewing-machine shop. But what David really wants to do is go on the stage, so when he gets the chance to join actor-manager Mr Marlowe 's seedy theatre company he's even willing to pay Marlowe five dollars a week for the privilege of working for him!
Director CARL rciner
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Margaret Tyzack reads Rich and Poor by THOMAS LOVE PEACOCK