7.40 The Embryonic Environment
8.5 Religious Responses
8.30 Foundation Maths: Calculus
8.55 Le Corbusier: Villa Savoye
9.20 The Supply of Money
9.45 English Renaissance: Sacred Music
10.10 Pure Maths: Rings
11.0 Chemistry of Carbon Compounds
11.25 Water Resources
11.50 Quantum Theory and Atomic Structure
12.15 Open Forum
12.40 The Northampton Mercury
1.5 The Community Spirit
1.30 Chicago's Urban Life-Style: 1
1.55 Educational Decision-Making
starring Tyrone Power
Terry Moore. Michael Rennie with Guy Rolfe
After a hundred years of British rule in India, the garrison post of Peshawar is threatened by a tribal revolt.
Tyrone Power plays a young army captain who is given command of the Khyber Rifles with orders to train them into an efficient fighting force. But he is half-Indian ...
Director HENRY KING
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The Prudential Cup
Australia v West Indies and England v East Africa Live coverage
A close look at the politicians, the tactics and progress of Parliament Presented by PETER HILL
Editor MICHAEL PAYNI
A shortened version of this morning's ceremony when Her Majesty The Queen took the salute on Horse Guards Parade, London, at the annual Parade in celebration of Her Official Birthday by the Household Division.
The Queen's Colour of the 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards was trooped.
Commentators TOM FLEMING and MAJOR JOHN SMILEY
Television outside broadcast producer PHILIP S. GILBERT
from the novel by FREDERIC MULLALLY dramatised in five parts by JACK PULMAN starring Robert Powell as Frank Clancy with Keith Drinkel Part 4
The suicide of his boyhood friend has caused Frank Clancy to stop and review the events which have formed his own life ... and question, perhaps, the price he has paid for success.
Cast in order of appearance:
Title song by BRIAN WADE and TONY cliff Script editor LENNOX PHILLIPS Designer GEOFFREY PATTERSON Producer RICHARD BEYNON Director BILL HAYS
(Repeated: Thursday 8.10 pm)
Written and presented by David Attenborough 3: Sweat of the Sun
Word of Mouth
A documentary entertainment in England's forgotten language, Dialect, performed in the Accent of those for whom Barth will always be Bath and Coventry will never be Cuventry.
Introduced by Melvyn Bragg
The programme includes contributions from: PROFESSOR HAROLD ORTON who was responsible for the revival of dialect studies, STANLEY ELLIS of Leeds University's Institute of Dialect Studies, DOMINI WILES of Bradford who is just one of 1,000 viewers Who sent in dialect contributions to the programme, a selection of the poems performed by the poets (some of them have been set to music by PETER SKELLERN ), and FRED REED of Northumberland, England's leading contemporary dialect poet. ' Michele's got a posh voice'
Children from Mile End School, Grimethorpe, talk about their accents, JOAN BAKEWELL remembers when she tried to acquire a posh voice, and educationist SYBIL MARSHALL discusses the pressures on children to talk posh.
Producers JOHN MAPPLEBECK , JOY HATWOOD Editor BILL MORTON
Bob Harris with the news, views, and sounds of today's music Link
Wray Catherine Howe plus album tracks, films, guests
Director TOM CORCORAN
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON
Tony Bilbow reviews The Day of the Locust starring Donald Sutherland and Karen Black, based on Nathaniel West's novel about Hollywood in the 1930s, and talks to the film's director, John Schlesinger.
Philip Jenkinson looks at 25 years of British Transport films with its former director Edgar Anstey, including extracts from such award-winning Transport films as John Schlesinger's Terminus, the conservation film Wild Wings, and The England of Elizabeth with a music score by Vaughan Williams.
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starring Sylvia Syms
Edward Judd , June Ritchie with William Hartnell
Night club hostesses Ginnie and Billa share a flat which serves as a cosy refuge.
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