6.40 Poetry in Translation
7.5 Parliamentary Elections
7.30 Hans Scharoun
5.25 Maths: Lebesgue Integral
5.50 The Simplex Method
6.15 Art and Environment
6.40 Gian Lorenzo Bernini
Ten programmes - 5: At Home
Flashing doorbells, vibrating pillows and inexpensive redesigning can help the deaf at home. Introduced by POLLY ELWES and RICHARD BAKER
Captioned for those who cannot hear. Director Brian daubnev Producer DAVID ALLEN
with Ludovic Kennedy
Richard Kershaw , Peter Woods
from Clacks Farm
Arthur Billitt and Peter Seabrook plant out brassicas and runner beans in the vegetable garden, prepare for planting marrows and plant cucumbers in the frames. In the flower garden they plant summer bedding, prepare for the dahlias and spray the roses.
Producer BARRIE EDGAR. BBC Birmingham
A series of six films
5: Knowledge of the World
' Seek knowledge from the cradle to the grave' is a famous injunction of Muhammed.
The film shows the large and beautiful colleges which led to the establishment of what are probably the oldest universities in the world. Two other important institutions also passed from Islam to Europe: the observatory and the hospital. Islam's contribution to medicine was particularly great, and today an interesting revival of traditional Islamic medicine is taking place in Pakistan.
Film cameraman derek WATERMAN
Film editors Austin martin, Jeffrey harvey Producers PAUL heeler, STEPHEN CROSS
The fourth of nine programmes
How well do you know the British countryside?
A midweek diversion in which Julian Pettifer and his guests Ted Moult
Bernard Price J. H. B Peel describe, discuss or just guess at the sights and sounds of the countryside and the delights of country life.
Producer peter ORAWFORD BBC Bristol
J. H. B
A play by john GALSWORTHY with Threatened with the encirclement of his land by more and more of Hornblower's factories, Hillcrist, the local squire, preserves an aristocratic calm. But his wife reacts differently, and her retaliation almost ends in tragedy.
More than half a century after its first appearance The Skin Game remains an absorbing, gripping drama which, despite the occasional hint of melodrama, still works wonderfully well today ...
This teas a lovely production ... more, more, I cry ... (DAILY EXPRESS) Producer cboric messina Director WILLIAM SLATER
Among the lovely things that RWT - Britain's smallest TV network - will be repeating tonight are:
Episode 147 of The Homes of the Poets, a football song, and another edition of Thrust.
Taking part: Eric Idle , Neil Innes, David Battley, Henry Woolf, Wanda Ventham, Lyn Ashley and Andy Roberts
Presented by Peter Woods Weather
GEORGINE ANDERSON reads
Harp Song of the Dane Women by RUDYARD KIPLING