7.40 Amplifiers and Amplification
8.5 Chemical Processes
8.30 Species and Populations
8.55 Open Forum
9.45 Thermodynamics: 2
10.10 Policies, Authority and Attainment
10.35 Traffic: Norwich
11.0 Social Class: Work
11.25 Personality Growth and Learning
11.50 Chemical Reactions
12.15 Maths: Differential Equations
12.40 Dartington Hall School
The John Player League featuring Yorkshire v Lancashire
The Red Rose and the White Rose have been meeting in various contests for several hundred years. Today is no exception. If it's Lancashire v Yorkshire it's not just another cricket match, it's always the war of the roses.
PETER WALKER introduces the programme which includes news of today's other fixtures.
Commentators at Headingley: JOHN ARLOTT and JIM LAKER
BOB DUNCAN and JOHN MCNICHOLM
with Richard Baker
Editor BILL NORTHWOOD
The Unofficial Countryside Written and introduced by Richard Mabey London... most of us think it's the ultimate in concrete waste-lands. Not so! There's a kestrel nesting in a drainpipe on the -side of a furniture factory in Tottenham; badgers being fed in a suburban garden: black redstarts breeding in a half-demolished gasworks.
These are some of the stars in the story which RICHARD MABEY tells us of London's natural history - story of how wildlife has adapted itself to man's interference. It's a story that's set in the unlikely jungles of docks, reservoirs and canals; of railway banks, factories, churchyards and sewage farms ... Richard Mabey shows us how astonishingly rich in wildlife is London's ' Unofficial Countryside.'
Producer DAVID COBHAM
Series editors ANTHONY ISAACS and CHRISTOPHER PARSONS (Bristol)
The green underground: pages 50-53
The Peter Gordeno Show
BBCtv's entry for the annual international competition recorded
. at the Casino in Knokke, Belgium starring Peter Gordeno with the NORMAN MAEN DANCERS
THE MAGGIE STREDDER SINGERS
Choreography by NORMAN MAEN
Musical director RONNIE HAZLEHURST Costume LINDA MARTIN
Designer ROBIN TARSNANE Producer JAMES MOIR
The earth does not belong to man but man to earth ... : Chief Seattle's words as he handed over his lands in 1855 have become an ironic and damning indictment of the white man's ways.
Producer/director JOHN c. STEVENS
The Hungarian-born violinist accompanied by MICHAEL ISADOR plays
Ravel Piece en forme de Habanera Chausson Poeme
Brahms Sonata in A major, Op 100 Bartok Second rhapsody Introduced by SIAN PHILLIPS
Director ROBIN LOUGH
X-Rays were discovered quite by chance in Germany in 1895. In Britain the news of these new rays that could see right through you was greeted with a mixture of fun and fear. But while enterprising manufacturers advertised special X-Ray-proof clothing for the public, a handful of enthusiasts grasped the medical value of the discovery and founded the earliest hospital X-Ray departments. What none of these pioneers could know were the terrible dangers to the body of accumulated radiation.
Four radiographers, who survived those early days, recall what it was like to be amongst the first 'X-Ray men.'
starring Robert Mitchum with Brenda Vaccaro Jan-Michael Vincent
Twelve years ago, in a drunken fury, Harry Graham murdered his wife. Now, released from prison, he is trying to start a new life when his teenage son Jimmy, confused and filled with resentment, seeks out his father.
Producer and director HERBERT B. LEONARD
Harry K Gra!ham:
Robert Powell reads The White Goddess by ROBERT GRAVES