7.40 Cells and Organisms
8.30 Foundation Maths: Statistics
8.55 Modern Decorative and Industrial Arts
9.20 The Phillips Curve
10.10 Pure Maths - Rings
10.35 Is Music Noise?
11.0 Enzyme Purification: 1
11.50 The Mini-computer
12.15 Open Forum
12.40 Freedom and Morality
1.05 Educational Decision-Making
Starring Alastair Sim with Joyce Grenfell, Hermione Baddeley, George Cole
With St Trinians on the verge of bankruptcy, Miss Fritton is delighted to receive a new pupil - the daughter of a wealthy racehorse owner....
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Miss Millicent Fritton:
PW Sgt Gates:
A closer look at the politicians, the tactics and progress of Parliament. Presented by PETER HILL
Editor MICHAEL PAYNI
A series of programmes made for audiences in the BBC regions and now seen for the first time throughout the United Kingdom. Tonight from BBC North: They're Pulling Down Memory Lane
Who was Miss Cleethorpes 1937? Why was Hope Street, Grimsby, so remarkable? And who rode a bicycle across the Humber in 1934? In the 20s and 30s, Cleethorpes and Grimsby had a band of enthusiastic moviemen busily recording the history of their towns... the streets and markets, the fishing industry and sport, the silly summer season.
This programme is a compilation of rare films of everyday life from private Lincolnshire collections.
Written and narrated by:
Games with Love and Death
Another chance to see five stories from the writings of ARTHUR SCHNITZLER
Dramatised by ROBERT MULLER Story 1: Mother and Son starring
Dorothy Tutin as Beate Heinold and Producer RICHARD BEYNON Director HERBERT WISE
(Repeated: Thursday 8,10 pm)
Building the Impossible Railway 2: The Horrid BC Business and The Great Debate
The Dominion of Canada faces changes of government and its first depression. These events occur in the late 1880s with the Confederation of Canada still in its first decade - and incomplete. British Columbia is holding out with a rail link to the rest of Canada as its price for joining the Confederation. This, with Yankee ambitions to the South, casts a shadow over the story of the struggle to build the railroad and solve Canada's early problems. Narrated by PIERRE BERTON
Based on The National Dream, and The Last Spike, by PIERRE BERTON Producer JAMES MURRAY
Directors ERIC TILL and JAMES MURRAY A CBC production
The Great Railway, £8.50, from bookshops, published next week
Introduced by Melvyn Bragg Athol Fugard
From Port Elizabeth on the Eastern Cape comes South Africa's finest playwright, ATHOL FUGARD-writer, actor and director of extraordinary talent and dedication.
On his visit to London last year, Athol Fugard was interviewed by MELVYN BRAGG : and tonight's programme brings together extracts from his plays to give a portrait of this formidable man of the theatre. Hello and Goodbye with Janet Suzman and Ben Kingsley (Directed for the theatre by Peter Stevenson )
Boesman and Lena with Yvonne Bryceland and Athol Fugard
(Directed for the cinema by Ross Devenish )
Siswe Bansi is Dead and The Island with John Kani and Winston Ntshoni
Producer TRISTRAM POWELL
Assistant editor TONY STAVEACRE Editor BILL MORTON
In the final programme of this series Tony Bilbow and Philip Jenkinson look ahead to Rollerball starring JAMES CAAN , The Fortune with JACK NICHOLSON and WARREN BEATTY , The Eiger Sanction featuring CLINT EASTWOOD , and Lenny With DUSTIN HOFFMAN and VALERIE PERRINE
Producer BARRY BROWN
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The last in the present series features Yes at QPR: Highlights from their concert at the Queen's Park Rangers' football ground on 10 May 1975.
starring Odile Versois , Diana Dors Herbert Lorn , Eddie Constantine with Brenda de Banzie , Robert Brown
Malou, a young French girl, is tricked into coming to England where she believes she will be employed as a companion by Aggie. But Aggie is a key figure in a highly profitable London vice ring.
Producer JOHN CLEIN
Director ALVIN RAKOFF
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