Story: The Ugly Duckling by Hans Andersen.
Presenters Carol Leader, Lionel Morton
Author (The Ugly Duckling):
5.0 School and Society
5.25 Elementary Maths: Systems II
5.50 Mechanics: Examination
6.15 World Modelling on Trial
6.40 Humanities: Retrospect
Ten programmes about science in and around the house, with some experiments you can try yourself. 2: Where does it come from-where does it go?
SYD URRY looks at the vital systems behind the walls, the ceilings and the floors which take water and other services in and out of the house.
Director CHRISTOPHER SERLE Producer MICHAEL GARROD
Michael Charlton and Charles Wheeler present news and opinion with Richard Kershaw
Newsreader Angela Rippon
Cliff Michelmore guides us round this year's new cars from the London Motor Show at Earls Court with the help of reporters
NOEL EDMONDS and BOB WELUNGS
Producer TONY SALMON
Foot-tapping, hand-clapping exhilaration as the 80-strong all-black choir of Second Christian Church, Indianapolis swings into action with two traditional gospel songs.
Director MISCHA SCORER
The Daedalus Equations by BRUCE STEWART starring
Hans Daedalus has defected from East Germany to the West. Is it possible that his opacity equations live on after his death?
Title music composed by Joseph HOROVITZ Sound RAYMUND ANGEL
Studio lighting JOHN SUMMERS Designer BARRY NEWBERY Producer IRENE SHUBIK Director DAVID REID
A fortnightly look at the big screen at home and abroad: news, views and interviews presented by Gavin Millar Eric Rohmer
Rohmer's Die Marquise von O...., winner of The Special Jury Prize at Cannes tnis year, has its UK premiere on BBC2 this Saturday. Arena: Cinema goes to Paris for a unique interview with this most retiring of film makers, who once turned up for the New York premiere of his own My Night with Maud in a false moustache for fear of being recognised.
Rohmer was one of the nucleus, with Godard, Chabrol, Truffaut and Rivette, who edited Cahiers du Cinema and who became the shock troops of the New Wave. His recent films, such as Claire's Knee and Love in the Afternoon, are witty, intelligent conversation-pieces about sex, which he calls his ' moral tales '.
' I dream of a Mf of first loves, lasting loves' (Frederique in Love in the Afternoon)
Producers DAVID CHESHIRE, GAVIN MILLAR
Based on the novels by Robert Graves
A second chance to see this BBC2 Serial in 12 parts
CHRISTOPHER HOGWOOD (clavichord) plays c. P. E. BACH
Fantasia, Andante and Allegro ,(Wq 113 and 114)