7.40 Foundation Maths: Review
8.5 Humanities: Retrospect
8.30 Maths: Galois Theory
8.55 Spatial Diffusion
9.20 World Modelling on Trial
9.45 Whittlesea Mere
10.10 The New Forest
10.35 Linear Maths: Review
11.0 Reading Development
11.25 The Public Library
11.50 The University Library
12.15 Genes and Development
with Hugh Williams
The story of a Georgian mansion and four women of different generations who live in it while their husbands are away at the wars.
Produced and directed by HERBERT WILCOX. Films: page 9
Liz (1946); Betty (1919);:
(1903); Beth (1854):
John: in 1946.:
Mother: in 1946:
Major Wrigley: in 1946..:
Points: Tony Hart , Pat Keysell SYLVESTE MCCOY and WILF LUNN With THE PROF
Director clive DoiG
Producer PATRICK DOWLING
The Shrinking Market Place
The Campaign for a Democratic Health Service present Vote for Good Health
Tonight from BBC West Life Story
Fingers Crossed - for Gold
As John Curry captured the headlines and the applause by skating his way to European, World and Olympic gold medals, another British skater - 18-year-old ROBIN COUSINS from Bristol - was thrilling audiences with exciting and talented performances.
Now Cousins must carry the pressure of being the man most likely to become Britain's next World and Olympic champion.
Director DENNIS ADAMS
Series co-ordinator FRANK GILLARD
A comedy film series two young surgeons who work in a Mobile Army Surgical Hospital and are intensely dedicated - to off-duty relaxation.
After an exceptionally long period of continuous surgery, Hawkeye embarks on a one-man operation to end the war.
in Day at the Beach
... enjoys a ' 'way-out' outing!
During the last days of World War I, Private Charles Plumpick is sent alone into a small French town to locate and dismantle a giant time-bomb, buried by the retreating German army. As the last inhabitants fled from their town, they opened the gates of the zoo and the lunatic asylum - so Private Plumpick gets an unexpected reception.
Produced and directed by PHILIPPE DE BROCi Films: page 9
Pte Charles Plumpick:
Duke Of Clubs:
Robin Ray introduces a spectacular production of Carmina Burana by CARL ORFF
Orff's most popular work was filmed with the close co-operation of the composer as a tribute for his 80th birthday. Subsequently it won the RAi Prize for the most inventive television music programme of 1975. Written in 1936, Carmina Burana is a setting for soloists, chorus and orchestra of a collection of medieval Latin and German poems found over 100 years ago in a Bavarian monastery.
This production brings the poems to life in a vivid re-creation of the atmosphere of the Middle Ages. with LUCIA popp (soprano)
HERMANN PREY (baritone) JOHN VAN KESTEREN (bass) THE BAVARIAN RADIO CHORUS THE TOLZ BOYS' CHOIR
THE MUNICH RADIO ORCHESTRA conducted by KURT EICHHORN
Director JEAN-PIERRE PONNELLE
A Bavaria Film production
Jennifer Jones Michael Parks with John Leyton
Jennifer Hilary , Guy Doleman
Marco, an American art student in London, is against all parents - until he meets Carol, the attractive divorced mother of his friend Timothy.
Based on an original story by UGO LIBERATORS
Director DANIEL PETRIE
. Films: page 9