7.40 Fast Trains
8.5 San Francisco Railway (2)
8.30 Earth History (1)
8.55 Biological System Respiration
9.20 Maths Analysis - Approximations
9.45 Kinetics of Fast Reactions
10.35 Educational Research Methods
11.0 Understanding, Monitoring, Manipulating
11.25 Lyell on Etna
11.50 Industrial Relations
12.15 Laws of Nature
12.40 Mineralisation in Cornwall
1.5 Warsaw: Planning
1.30 Elementary Maths - Vectors
The John Player League
Sussex v Nottinghamshire
Most of the first class counties have now mastered the technique of one-day cricket. A win or loss at this stage could mean the difference between prize money and also-ran. Both Sussex and Nottinghamshire could be there and today's game is vital for both. Introduced by PETER WALKER Commentators at Hove
JOHN ARLOTT and JIM LAKER
BOB DUNCAN , JOHNNIE WATHERSTON
News of the week plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear, with Peter Woods
Editor BILL NORTHWOOD
Devils, Wombats and Kangaroos
The second of two films by Bob Raymond on Australian wildlife.
Australia is famous for its strange animals whose young are reared in a pouch. The remarkable world of these marsupials includes kangaroos that live in trees, sugar gliders, the Tasmanian devil, and a living fossil recently found in a ski hut.
The most mysterious of all, the strange Tasmanian wolf, was filmed in a zoo in the 1930s but is now thought to be extinct - yet reports of sightings still come in. An ores film, Sydney
Producer ROBERT RAYMOND
Presented for the BBC by ADRIAN WARREN Editors MICHAEL ANDREWS. ANTHONY ISAACS BBC Bristol
A series of outstanding and memorable programmes to mark 40 years of BBCtv
Japan, China, the Soviet Union, Thailand, Holland, Poland, Germany. Israel, Brazil, India ...
Television, just 40 years after the first BBC transmission at Alexandra Palace, is truly global. Any country which does not have its own television service is a rarity. But what do they see on the 400-million sets throughout the world? What makes them switch on in Bangkok, Berlin and Baltimore? Tonight, with his personal choice from foreign programmes, Anthony Smith tries to find the answer to these questions.
Director KEITH CLEMENT ,
Producers NORMA SHEPHERD, SEAN HARDIE
Editor RONNIE NOBLE
A series of three new plays 3:Sistersby JOHN ELLIOT
It seemed a good idea for Millie to sell her house and go to live with her widowed sister. After all, she is getting on and Ada will be glad of the company ...
Designer RAYMOND LONDON Producer ALAN SHALLCROSS Director MARK CULLINGHAM
With Jeanne Moreau , another femme fatale of the cinema. Brigitte Bardot finds herself leading a revolution in a small South American state. The girls' contrasting talents are used to dazzling effect by director Louis Malle in this enormously enjoyable extravaganza.
Director LOUIS MALLE, Films: page 11
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