7.40 Education by Satellite
8.05 Guernsey: Pressure to Change
8.30 Forces, Fields and Energy
8.55 Simulation Modelling
9.20 Computing: Introduction
10.35 Population Control
11.00 Biotechnic Community
11.25 Scientific Discoveries
11.50 Handicapped in the Community
12.15 Landscape, Maps and the Historian
12.40 Skye: Field Evidence
1.05 Urban Development: Ibadan
1.30 Elementary Maths: Inverse Functions
A digest of the news of the week and other world matters. The interesting, picturesque, important and dramatic, plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear, with Angela Rippon
Editor BILL NORTHWOOD
3: A Critical Shortage
Jacky Gillott returned to live in the countryside to get a clearer view of how the 20th century had gone wrong - only to find that she herself lacked inner resources.
Director JOHN WILCOX
Series producer SHIRLEY DU BOULAY
Search for the Great Apes
Narrated by CAROLINE MEDAWAR
Dian Fossey and Birute Gaidikas -Brindamour have spent nearly 15 years between them in the forests of Africa and Borneo trying to do for the gorilla and orang-utan what Jane Goodall did for the wild chimpanzee. Now, through painstaking and persistent determination, both women are edging closer to a fuller understanding of our fellow primates. The first time a mountain gorilla touched her, Dian Fossey wrote: ' For that fleeting instant a bridge spanning a chasm of immeasurable time linked our two species. I thought myself the most fortunate person in the world.' In this film we can share such rare and moving moments through some remarkable photography of our nearest animal relations.
Produced for the National Geographic Society and Wolper Productions by CHRISTINE Z. WISER and DAVID SAXON Series editors ANTHONY ISAACS and CHRISTOPHER PARSONS. BBC Bristol
A film series starring Alan Alda as Hawkeye Wayne Rogers as Trapper John in The Ringbanger
A magazine for television...
...observations, exploration and sometimes illumination of what's going on, what's being said and what might be happening, with Alasdair Clayre, Nemone Lethbridge, Ned Sherrin
Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by Seiji Ozawa and featuring The Boston Pops conducted by Arthur Fiedler
The BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, which visits London next week, was founded in 1881 by financier Henry Lee Higginson. It has had many distinguished conductors during its 95 years, but paramount among them is Serge Koussevit zky, its Music Director from 1924 to 1949.
The music includes extracts from: Bartok Concerto for Orchestra Brahms Symphony No 2 Berlioz Rakoczy March
Ives Central Park in the Dark Ravel La Valse
Beethoven Violin Concerto in D Soloist Isaac Stern
Executive producer MIKE WOOLLER Producer IAN ENGELMANN
by Oskar Kokoschka
On the eve of his 90th birthday, one of the greatest painters of our century, OSKAR KOKOSCHKA presents his play about the Protestant Moravian bishop, Comenius. Persecuted by the fanatical Catholic Emperor Ferdinand II and an exile throughout the 30-Years' War, Comenius struggles to change the world in the face of religious bigotry and violence.
Kokoschka started to write the play before the First World War and completed it in exile in England in 1942. His colourful and dramatic interpretation of history created a political suspense story which was still topical when it finally received its world premiere in this distinguished German production.
Empress Eleonore EVELYN OPELA Shy lock............... CHARLES REGN IER Cardinal ULRICH VON BOCK Drabik...................KURT SOWINETZ Wax Chandler GUNTER STRACK De Geert RAINER LUXEM Queen Christine KORNELIA BOJE with the voices of ROBERT HARDY , MICHAEL JAYSTON STEPHEN MURRAY , CYRIL SHAPS RUPERT DAVIES , DAVID COLLINGS NICOLETTE MCKENZIE
ARNOLD DIAMOND , MALCOLM HAYES MICHAEL MCLEAN and CAROLINE LEIGH
A Polyphon/Gyula-Trebitsch production Directed by STANISLAV BARABAS
English version adapted and produced by RUDOLPH CARTIER
Director MICHAEL BAKEWELL
Queen Christine Kornelia
Peter Jeffrey reads "Soliloquy in the Dark" by Edward Lucie-Smith