10.10 Open Forum
10.35 Introduction to Education
11.0 Technology for Teachers
11.25 Introduction to Science
11.50 The Public Library
12.15 EEC - Regional Policy
12.40 Use Your Head: 10
In the sixth and final lecture Leonard Bernstein discusses The Poetry of Earth
4.45* Stravinsky: Oedipus Rex
THE BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Conducted by LEONARD BERNSTEIN
Malcolm Muggeridge pays tribute to six men of genius whom he sees as in search of God.
5: Leo Tolstoy - who insisted that Christianity was a way of life.
Director PAT FERNS
with Richard Whitmore
Editor BILL NORTHWOOD
The World's Newest Island
On 14 November 1963 Surtur, the Fire Giant, erupted out of the North Atlantic; this was the spectacular birth of Surtsey, an island off Iceland's southern coast.
At first nothing lived on its molten landscape, but as it cooled an invasion of life began. Here was a unique opportunity for scientists to observe an island community of animals and plants in creation, and record the processes of colonisation which have been going on ever since life began on earth. Narrator MAGNUS MAGNUSSON
Producer BARRY PAINE
Series editors ANTHONY ISAACS and CHRISTOPHER PARSONS (BBC Bristol)
The dreaded Colonel Flagg arrives to requisition the Unit's meagre supply of penicillin because the CIA wants to use it for barter.
Major Frank Burns:
plays Beethoven, Schumann Chopin and Kodaly
The Hungarian pianist, Tamas Vasary, studied in Budapest with Kodaly. He left his native country in 1956, the year of the Hungarian uprising, and now lives in London.
In this recital he plays
Beethoven Sonata in A flat, Op 26
Schumann Papillons, Op 2
Chopin Nocturne in D flat, Op 27 No 2; Mazurka in A minor, Op 68 No 2; Etude in c minor, Op 10 No 12 (Revolutionary); Waltz in E minor, Op posth.
Kodaly Dances from Marosszek
(Next week: Earl Wild)
David Frost , with his guests and studio audience in Manchester, continues his look at Britain as it is and as it might be in 1976 Editor DONALD BAVERSTOCK Producer JOHN C MILLER BBC Manchester
Written and directed by SATYAJIT RAY
In a small village in Bengal, a would-be writer and his wife eke out a bare existence and raise their children, Durga and Apu. An added burden is an aged relative. In the unchanging, centuries-old world of rural India, the children grow up.
Pather Panchali - the first part of a trilogy - was mostly shot on location, with non-professional actors. Satyajit Ray won from them performances of total integrity. The film's most striking quality is its universality - the family would be much the same and just as familiar if they lived in the Home Counties or Lancashire.
. Films: page 8
Harihar, the father:
Sarbojaya, the mother:
Durga, the daughter:
Apu, the son subir:
Bernard Hepton reads A Stoical Robin by JAMES REEVES