7.40 Foundation Maths: Morphisms
8.05 The Necessity for History
8.30 Maths: Number Theory
8.55 Underdeveloped Scotland?
9.20 Sociological Perspective
9.45 Ultrastructure of Cells
10.10 Personality and Learning
10.35 Maths: Matrix Transformations
11.00 Urban Education: Chicago
11.25 Thomas Hardy and Cornwall
12.15 Output, Income, Demand
12.40 Materials Under Stress
1.05 Baroque Organ
1.30 Nervous System
starring Bill Travers
Ed Begley with Sidney James
Racing driver Greg Rafferty , whose nerve and reputation suffer after several smashes, accepts a contract with an American going into Grand Prix racing to promote tyres.
Director MICHAEL FORLONG
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starring Brian Cant with Toni Arthur
David Wood , Judy Gridley
Jonathan Cohen , Spike Heatley Alan Rushton , Bob Kerr
Musical director JONATHAN COHEN Designer tony SNOADEN Producer ANN REAY
Argentina's inflation problems.
A closer look at the politicians, tactics and progress of Parliament. Presented by NOEL LEWIS
Editor JOHN CANVERS
Tonight from BBC Scotland Scope: George Garson
GARSON, now head of the Murals and Stained Glass Department at Glasgow School of Arts, is one of our leading designers. Much of his work decorates the public face of Scotland. A gigantic mosaic based on a design by Alan Davie , on which Garson is seen working in this film, has been installed recently at Grangemouth Civic Centre.
Producer w. GORDON SMITH
Series co-ordinator FRANK GILLARD
Nancy and the Pot Hunters
Scotland v England Ireland v Wales
Scotland have a final chance to salvage something from this year's championship. Can they wrest the Calcutta Cup from England? Wales now only have Ireland between them and the Triple Crown. Commentators BILL MCLAREN and NIGEL STARMER-SMITH
BILL MALCOLM and the IRISH TV service
Sixteen of the country's top musicians playing big band music from the pre-electric age. Narrator IAN WOOLDRIDGE
Producer MICHAEL BEGG
Introduced by Melvyn Bragg : So You Wanna be a Rock 'n' Roll Star Tonight 2nd House looks at the reality behind the fantasies with a three-day slice in the life of the Kursaal Flyers, one of the bands most tipped for success in 1976. The film records their ups and downs, joys and anger, in dressing rooms and motels, and includes extracts from two concerts.
Film cameraman KEITH HOPPER Recordist PETER EDWARDS
Film editor CHARLES CHABOT Producer MARK KIDEL
Assistant editor TONY CASH Editor BILL MORTON
Two Men from Derby by BARRY HINES
A mining village in 1930. Freda has the washing to do and the dinner to get, so the last thing she wants is a visit from two strangers.
Sound COLIN DIKON
Lighting CLIVE THOMAS Designer RAY LONDON
Producer RICHARD PROKE Director JOHN GLENISTER
Metamorphosis: a scratch animation by CHRIS SHARP, each image delicately drawn on the film.
Green Men, Yellow Woman: a cartoon by THALMA GOLDMAN which takes a disillusioned view of men. Southern Comfort: by DICK PERRIN and ANDY HUMPHREYS about strange goings-on in Clayton, Georgia, USA. Introduced by Gavin Millar
Producer MICHAEL DIBB
People make Television
The Cautionary Tale of Emmanuel Blob
This edition is presented by THE SOCIETY OF SKIN CAMOUFLAGE.
DOREEN TRUST, world pioneer of Disfigurement Therapy and members of The Society of Skin Camouflage discuss the need for a greater understanding of the social problems of Being Different.
Made by The Society of Skin Camouflage in co-operation with the BBC.
Hedy Lamarr , John Hodiak
Agent Pete Karczag is sent to Cuba to break up a ring bringing aliens into the USA. He meets Marianne Lorress , a refugee desperate to get to America.
Director JOSEPH H. LEWIS
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Archer Delby James: