6.40 The Novel and Television: 1
7.05 Maths: Differential Equations
7.30 Mechanics: Volume Integrals
Today's story :
The Happy Owls
Written and illustrated by CELESTINO PIATTI Presenters
CAROL LEADER , FRED HARRIS
11.25-11.58 Deaf in a Hearing World
5.00 Pure Maths: Morphisms
5.25 God said, Let Newton be
5.56 Maths Analysis: Differentiation
6.15 Atoms and Molecules
A series of five programmes 3: Manufacturing Industry - Accountable to the Nation?
GEOFFREY ROBINSON , Managing Director of Jaguar Cars, talks to young managers about the future relationship between government and manufacturing industry in the struggle to achieve national solvency. Introduced by SIR FREDERICK CATHERWOOD
Director BRIAN DAVIES
Producer BERNARD ADAMS
with Michael Charlton. An interview follows the News Summary Preceded by Weather
Introduced by Robert Robinson
There are four new books about Edward the Seventh: Uncle of Europe by Gordon Brook-Shep herd; The King, the Press and the People by Kinley Roby ; Edward the Rake by John Pearson ; and Edward the Seventh by Denis Judd. ARTHUR MARWICK, Professor at the Open University, and historian A. J. P. TAYLOR review them. Also readings from the work of Bertrand Russell (1872-1970), whose autobiography, Why I am not a Christian, has just been reissued.
Studio director MARTIN L. BELL
Producer PHILIP SPEIGHT
Executive producer WILL WYATT
A. J. P.
The Rebel Angel
'Art takes after truth in vain.' So said Britain's greatest painter. He gave his work to the nation so that it could be judged as a whole -not only the famous paintings which he exhibited at the Royal Academy or sold to his clients, but also the thousands of sketches and watercolours which he had kept to himself.
On the eve of the bi-centenary of his birth, this film celebrates the diversity of his talents by bringing together works great and small, which illustrate the perception of one of the keenest pair of eyes in Europe. Turner surveyed the awe-inspiring wonders of European landscape and saw in every image he made both a reflection of his soul and omens of human destiny. It was his hope that posterity would recognise his genius. The immense success of the Turner exhibition at the Royal Academy attended by nearly half-a-million people suggests it has.
Narrator FRANK DUNCAN
Rostrum camera KEN MORSE
Film cameraman EUGENE CARR Frlm editor TERRY CORNELIUS
Written and produced by JOHN READ
Canvassing for Turner: see feature pages
The first in a season of feature films showing the adult world through the eyes of children.
Tonight starring Hardy Kruger Nicole Courcel. Patricia Gozzi
As a pilot during the war, Pierre crashed his aircraft, his last horror-stricken thoughts being of a little girl he believes he has killed.
Director SERGE BOURGUIGNON This Week's Films: page 15
Angela Rippon ; Weather
MARGARET TYZACK reads A Child's Calendar by GEORGE MACKAY BROWN