7.40 Physiological Adaptation
8.30 Foundation Maths: Algorithms
8.55 English Furniture
9.20 Income Distribution
9.45 From Altar to Pulpit
10.10 Maths: Turing Machines
10.35 Maths: Measurable Functions
11.00 Purification of an Enzyme
11.50 The Atomic Clock
12.15 City of Coventry
12.40 Slum Clearance in the 30s
Rex Harrison , Margaret Leighton Kay Kendall , Cecil Parker
A man wakes up in a Welsh fishing village, suffering from amnesia following a motor accident. In his search for his past, he becomes increasingly alarmed as he discovers he has not just one wife -but several!
Rex Harrison plays the multiple bigamist who has a lot of explaining to do in this sophisticated and light-hearted comedy.
Screenplay SIDNEY GlLLlAT , VAL VALENTINE Producers FRANK LAUNDER . SIDNEY GILLIAT Director SIDNEY GILLlAT Films: page
A man who has lost his memory:
J F Hassett:
A series made for the BBC regions and now seen countrywide. Tonight, from BBC West: The Show Must Go On
' Last December, Charles Ware , who people remembered only dimly as a presumably impoverished art lecturer, returned to Bath and started buying up large chunks of the city. People were amazed and suspicious.'
(WESTERN DAILY PRESS,21 June 1972) The mysterious MR WARE tells all -how he made all that money, and how he lost it. Narrated and directed by CHRIS MENAUL
Series co-ordinator frank GILLARD
Games with Love and Death
Another chance to see five stories from the writings of ARTHUR SCHNITZLER
Dramatised by ROBERT MULLER Story 3 : Part 1
A Confirmed Bachelor
Designer DON HOMFRAY Director HERBERT WISE
(Repeated; Thursday 8.10 pm. Cast: p 39)
Building the Impossible Railway 4: The Sea of Mountains
The construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway gets to grips with the Rocky Mountains barring the way to the west coast. Experts say there is no pass through the Selkirk range. While politicians dither and argue back in the new nation's capital, Ottawa, men of very different personality struggle in the mountains. New names are etched into Canadian history.
Narrated by PIERRE BERTON
Producer JAMES MURRAY
Directors ERIC TLLL and JAMES MURRAT A cac production
Remember Hiroshima? ... and Nagasaki?
Introduced by Melvyn Bragg
' We loaded up the nuclear material and it made a big spherical package and the last thing we put on was a cap, and on that cap most of the guys wrote some little message: it was traditional to write messages on bombs - purely ritual behaviour - Memories to Hirohito, In Memory of Bataan, or whatever it was, and I remember writing 10, tons. I had that much, and not more, enthusiasm for it.'
Exactly 30 years ago today, nuclear physicist Philip Morrison supervised the loading of the A-bomb which was dropped on Nagasaki. In conversation with MELVYN BRAGG , he recalls for viewers how scientists like himself came to be involved in the manufacture of nuclear weapons and the campaign some of them have waged to limit the arms race.
Film cameraman BILL MATTHEWS Film editor JOHN BARNES
Production assistant STEPHANY MARKS Producer TONY CASH Editor BILL MORTON
Edgar Allan Poe Double Bill The Tell Tale Heart starring Laurence Payne
Adrienne Corri , Dermot Walsh
Edgar Marsh , morbidly sensitive about his limp, lives alone, drinking heavily and dreaming of encounters with girls he dare not approach. But then Betty Clare moves into the house opposite, and he sees his chance to transform his fantasies into reality.
Director ERNEST MORRIS
12.0 The Premature Burial starring Ray Milland with Hazel Court
Richard Ney. Heather Angel
Guy Carrell is tormented by an obsession that he will be buried alive while in a cataleptic trance! Films: page 9
Dr Gideon Gault:
Producer and director: