7.5 Maths: Dual Spaces
7.30 Baroque Solo Concertos
Story: The Clock Swop by JOHN ESCOTT Presenters JULIE STEVENS , BRIAN CANT
5.0-5.25 Maths: Permutation Groups
5.50 Maths: Complex Series
6.15 The Electrical Supply Industry
A series of five programmes
4: The Humanisation of Work
DR E. F. SCHUMACHER , Founder-Chairman of the Intermediate Technology Development Group, talks to young managers about the introduction of a human scale into mass-production industry. Introduced by SIR FREDERICK CATHERWOOD
Director BRIAN DAVIES
Producer BERNARD ADAMS
Dr E. F.
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
Year of the Crab, now translated into English, is an autobiographical novel by French journalist
Olivier Todd. It is a chronicle of one year in the life of a 42-year-old journalist in search of his own identity; his struggle against depression, and his final breakdown. Olivier Todd is in the studio to talk about his novel.
Also a look at the life and stories of Hans Christian Andersen. ELIAS BREDSDORFF 's new biography coincides with the centenary of Andersen's death.
Producer PHILIP SPEIGHT
Executive producer WILL WYATT
My love for her is so divided. Why do I have these sudden feelings of hate?
This documentary coincides with the second showing of A Picture of Katherine Mansfield, the recent BBC2 drama series, starring Vanessa Redgrave.
It explores the roots of a lifelong friendship - between the New Zealand short story writer, Katherine Mansfield, and another woman known as L.M.
Katherine Mansfield died in 1923. Lesley Moore, the L.M. of this story, remembers the ups and downs of their life together with vivid intensity. The programme is narrated by the New Zealand born actress, BRIDGET ARMSTRONG.
Film cameraman KEN MCMILLAN Film editor JOHN NEEDHAM Written and directed by TRISTRAM POWELL
on behalf of the Labour Party
(Also on BBC1)
A season of feature films showing the adult world through the eyes of children. Tonight starring Anne Bancroft , Patty Duke with Victor Jory
Inga Swenson , Andrew Prine
The moving story of Helen Keller 's emergence from the darkness of a mute world, made possible by the brilliant teaching of a young Irish woman Annie Sullir van, ' the miracle worker.'
Director ARTHUR PENN . Films: pace 13
Percy, 10 years:
Martha, 10 years:
Helen, 7 years:
Percy, 8 years:
Martha, 7 years:
Helen, 5 years:
Martha, 5 years:
Percy, 6 years:
Annie, 10 years:
Jimmie, 8 years:
Presented by Angela Rippoa Weather
GARY WATSON reads To a Poet Thousand Years Hence by JAMES ELROY FLECKEE