6.40 Social Psychology
7.5 Soviet Government and Politics
7.30 Language and Learning
Story: The Cloth of Gold by SUE PETO Presenters
CAROL CHELL , JON GLOVER
The Roses Match Yorkshire v Lancashire from Headingley
The final day's play
5.0 Computers: How they work
5.25 Oil Refining in W Europe
5.50 Kant and Causality
6.15 Science: Second Level
6.40 Foundation Course
The last of eight films on the background of the present conflict 8: The New Klondyke
When a small and relatively underdeveloped country like Abu Dhabi strikes oil, what does it spend its money on and how does this affect the society?
Director PETER JARVIS
Producer HOWARD SMrm
with Ludovic Kennedy
Richard Kershaw , Kenneth Kendall brings you the News and an interview with a man or woman behind the headlines.
Introduced by Robert Robinson
Anthony Eden , now Lord Avon, has just written Another World. It deals with his first 20 years and is an account of his childhood, family background and his experiences in the First World War of which he, writes: ' I had entered the holocaust still childish and I emerged tempered by my experience and bereft of many friends, but with my illusions still intact, neither shattered nor cynical, to face a changed world.'
LORD AVON talks at his home in Wiltshire about those early years.
Producer PHILIP SPEIGHT
Executive producer WILL WYATT
A Personal History of the United States, written and narrated by Alistair Cooke - 9: Money on the Land
In this film ALISTAIR COOKE looks behind the rags-to-riches legends of men lik* John B. Rockefeller , Thomas Edison and Andrew Carnegie.
Director DAVID HEYCOCK
Producer MICHAEL GILL
Book: Alistair Cooke 's America, 16.50, from bookshops
Raoul Walsh Season
A film starring James Cagney, Humphrey Bogart, Priscilla Lane, Gladys George
Cagney and Bogart are face to face again in the last of the great thirties gangster movies. Directed with great panache by Raoul Walsh, it marked the end of a Hollywood era that had begun with pictures like Little Caesar, The Public Enemy and Scarface.
Films: page 7
...if it ain't got that swing!
The first of three programmes in which pianist Eddie Thompson invites some of Britain's most accomplished jazz musicians to play their kind of music. Eddie's guests this week are: Kenny Baker (trumpet), George Chisholm (trombone), Danny Moss (tenor sax), Brian Brocklehurst (bass), Lennie Hastings (drums) and Marion Williams
Kenneth Kendall ; Weather
Robert Powell reads "The Happy Life" by Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey.