7.40 am-9.45; 10.10-1.55 pm
7.40 Foundation Maths - Errors
8.5 Art and Artifact
8.30 Pure Maths - Sets
8.55 New Trends in Geography
9.20 University Library
10.10 Curriculum Design and Development
10.35 Maths - Vector Spaces
11.0 The Question Why
11.25 War and Society
11.50 Earth Materials (1)
12.15 Political Stability in Sweden
12.40 Telecommunication Systems
1.5 Mansfield Park
1.30 The Animal Kingdom
starring Michael Bentine
Horace Quilby spends his days on the London streets as a walking advertisement. But he is also a pigeon fancier, and all his hopes are centred on Esmeralda competing in a race from Bordeaux.
Director ROBERT HARTFORD-DAVIS Films: page 10
Mrs de Vere:
Car showroom manager:
An entertainment for children starring Brian Cant with Toni Arthur
James Ellis , Carol Chell
Jonathan Cohen , Spike Heatley Alan Rushton , Bob Falloon
Musical director JONATHAN COHEN Designer TONY SNOADEN
Director PETER CHARLTON Producer ANN REAY
Hey, You, a BBC record of songs from the programme, No REC 209, is available from record shops, price £1.79
On Money-it's expensive to borrow.
A closer look at the politicians, tactics and progress of Parliament. Presented by NOEL LEWIS
Editor JOHN ANDERSON
All Work and No Pay by The Wages for Housework Campaign
Hawick v West of Scotland Introduced by NIGEL STARMER-SMITH
In 1974 Hawick became the first-ever Scottish First Division Champions. They repeated this success last year and a win today will virtually guarantee the hat-trick. In three seasons they have only suffered two championship defeats and these were both by today's opponents, West of Scotland. Each club supplies a number of players for the national side, not least of these Gordon Brown and Sandy Carmichael from West, and the new centre, Alastair Cranston , playing alongside his club captain Jim Renwick , for Hawick.
Series producer BILL TAYLOR
1: Rosie Gann , with a heart of gold, as good as she was beautiful.
A programme to celebrate the bicentenary of its publication. Edward Gibbon is played by Clive Swift
Barry Cunliffe , M. I. Finley
Robert Ireland, Magnus Magnusson John Julius Norwich
Just why is a work written so long ago still read today? And why has it been called the greatest historical work of modern times '? This special Chronicle programme looks at some of the themes of Gibbon's story. At the same time five historians and archaeologists of our own day take us to the splendid sites of Roman antiquity and show how modern research has thrown new light on the history which Gibbon tells.
Script consultant MICHAEL GRANT
Executive producer PAUL JOHNSTONE
Producer KENNETH SHEPHEARD
In the Labyrinth by MAGGIE WADEY Duncan Harrison has not seen his mother since childhood. Learning she is alive and in hospital, he is drawn into a labyrinth of memories which he must follow until he finds its centre.
Dandy Nichols as Edith Harrison Michael Gambon as Duncan Designer
CLIFFORD HATTS Producer LOUIS MARKS
Director DEREK MARTINUS
From BBC West and South West Channel Fief
Michael Beaumont used to work in a guided weapons factory in Bristol. When his grandmother, Dame Sibyl Hathaway , died, he became the 22nd Seigneur of the Fief of Sark, the Channel Island with 570 subjects and a ban on cars. This film shows how he and his family prepared for his new role. Commentary DEREK JONES
Producer TOM SALMON
Director MICHAEL FITZGERALD
Series co-ordinator FRANK GILLARD
People make Television
KITE COMMUNITY ACTION present: The Kite and Cambridge
Cambridge is threatened by a huge shopping complex with parking for 2,500 cars. Kite Community Action opposes it. This programme shows the evils of destroying city centres for motorised shoppers.
Made in co-operation with the BBC's Community Programme Unit
starring Vincent Price with Michael Pate
Joan Freeman , Robert Brown
The dying Edward IV names the Duke of Clarence as Protector of the Kingdom during the infancy of his sons, Edward and Richard. But a sinister crooked shadow falls across the throne - that of Richard, Duke of Gloucester.
Director ROGER CORMAN
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