7.40 Circadian Rhythms
8.5 William Morris and Industrialisation
8.30 The Public Library
8.55 The Semi-Detached House
9.20 Foundation Maths
9.45 King Lear
10.10, 10.27 Maths - Galois Theory
10.35 Maths: Generalised Integration
11.0 Uses of Biochemistry
11.50 Statistics - Analysing Data
12.15 Policy for the Under Fives
12.40 Just an Accident?
Rock Hudson , Barbara Rush
Cochise, Chief of the Apache nation, is dead. Taza's determination to carry on his father's policy of peace with the white man meets with bitter opposition.
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starring Brian Cant with Toni Arthur
Jeremy Irons , Jonathan Cohen Spike Heatley , Alan Rushton
Director PETER CHARLTON
Producer ANN REAY
with Jim Backus , Scatman Crothers The Beard
Erring husband Harold has been using Ed as an alibi.
Rosslyn Park v London Scottish
Today's match features the side that topped the unofficial championship last season against Scotland's exiles.
Apart from the national rivalry, the London Scots will be out to avenge the narrow defeat at the hands of their hosts in last season's club competition.
Commentator NIGEL STARMER-SMITH
Series producer BILL TAYLOR
At 22 SIR ROLAND PENROSE ran away to Paris to paint; there he became a close friend of the artists of the time - Ernst, Moore, Braque and Pablo Picasso , whose biography he has written. He comes from a strict Quaker background but bears no marks of the puritan. Now he is President of the Institute of Contemporary Arts (which he helped to found in the 1930s). He has been responsible during his lifetime for many of the major art exhibitions we have enjoyed in this country. We see him working on the recent Man Ray exhibition in London and hear him talk of his life, of art and of artists with the enthusiasm born of great experience and love.
Cameraman HENRY FARRAR Editor CHARLES CHABOT Director JULIAN JEBB
Series producer ANNE JAMES
How accurate a picture of the world do the TV journalists give us? Michael Barratt looks at the principles behind the selection of TV news stories by examining in detail the contents of tonight's BBC1 bulletin with a panel of critics, consumers and producers of television news.
8.30 The News Process
A film which explains the development of TV news, and tells how the complex news machine works and looks at the roles of the reporter, cameraman and editor-of-the-day.
9.15 The News (from BBC1)
9.25 Post Mortem
Derrick Amoore , Editor, BBC Television News
Stuart Hall, Sociologist Peter Jay of The Times
A. S. Byatt , novelist, and Nigel Ryan , Editor, Independent Television News are joined by Derek McAllister , editor-of-the-day, who chose, placed and shaped today's bulletins.
Director BOB MARSLAND
Producer BERNARD ADAMS
Another chance to see The Actual Woman by JACK SHEPHERD
A day out with the family should be a treat, but old wounds- are easily re-opened.
Producer BARRY HANSON
Director PHILIP SAVILLE (Birmingham)
People Make Television
Tonight: Four different groups Chickens' Lib (from Oxfordshire) fighting for chickens' rights Nufon (from Manchester)
Scientifically investigating ufos.
Disablement Income Group (DIG) Stands for a fair income for every disabled person (from Newcastle) English National Party (ENP)
' Nought shall make us rue 4f England to herself do rest but true.' (from London)
Piccadilly World Matchplay Championship
Harry Carpenter introduces highlights from the final match, played over the daunting West Course at the Wentworth Club, Surrey.
Today's winner is not only the World Matchplay Champion but takes home prize money of £10,000. Commentators HENRY LONGHURST
PETER ALLISS and MARK MCCORMACK
Producers RICHARD TILLING and PAUL LANG Editor A. P. WILKINSON
BBC Book of Golf, £1.30 from bookshops
starring Gig Young
Polly Bergen , Robert Horton
Hob Danvers's ambitions as a rodeo performer conflict with his wife's wish for a settled life and an end to their nomadic life on the rodeo circuit.
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