7.40 The Language of Poetry
8.5 Atoms, Elements and Isotopes (2)
8.30 Foundation Maths - Inequalities
8.55 The Electron Microscope
9.20 Brain Structure and Behaviour
9.45 Computers - Underlying Ideas
10.10 Mechanisation of the Cotton Industry
10.35 Is it Significant?
11.0 Television and Politics (2)
11.25 Learned Income
11.50 North Sea Oil
12.15 Impacts of Mining
12.40 Curriculum Design and Development
1.30 History of Mathematics
England faces a formidable task against the World Champions, China, on the second day of the World Team Championships. Commentators TONY GUBBA
PETER WALKER and ALAN RANSOME
England Colts v Wales Youth
A chance to see the stars of the future playing under the pressures of international rugby with the England side determined to avenge the one-point defeat of last year.
Commentator at West Hartlepool
Series producer BILL TAYLOR
10: The Wolf on the Fold
Book (same title), £6.50, from bookshops
A digest of the news of the week plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear with Richard Baker
Editor BILL NORTHWOOD
Experiences of joy, sorrow, bereavement, doubt - or inner moments of truth that may defy rational explanation.
In these programmes people are invited to give first-hand accounts of something that has real personal significance for them. 9: A Second Chance
Loftus Burton was in search of stardom, fame and fortune when he was nearly killed in a car crash.
'As I sat there waiting for death I realised that I hadn't done much to help other people.'
Producer INGRID DUFFELL
Series producer SHIRLEY DU BOULAY
The Petersfinger Cuckoos Narrated by JOHN GOODERS
Among the first of the spring migrants to arrive from Africa will be the cuckoos that lay their eggs in the nests of other birds.
This is the story of the cuckoos at Petersfinger Lakes near Salisbury. In over 1,000 hours of patient observation, Ted and Terence Channell have not only filmed the secrets of the cuckoos' lives - and their unwitting reed warbler fosterparents - but also a great variety of other wildlife which spends the summer there.
All the events in the film are typical of those that will take place from now on in countless places.
Series editors MICHAEL ANDREWS and ANTHONY ISAACS
Walton at 75
Sir William Walton , elder statesman of British music, is 75 next Tuesday. This programme celebrates his birthday with a performance by Andre Previn and the London Symphony Orchestra leader JOHN GEORGIADIS of what many regard as his masterpiece
Symphony No 1 /
The programme also includes archive film of SIR WILLIAM and extracts from some of his other much-loved works, among them Facade, the Viola Concerto and Belshazzar's Feast.
Lighting GERRY MILLERSON Designer KEITH CHEETHAM Sound RAY ANGEL
Executive producer JOHN DRUMMOND Producer RODNEY GREENBERG
(Walton's birthday concerts on R3 Tuesday, 7.30 pm and Wednesday 8.0 pm)
Brian Trueman takes an out-of-London look at topics and issues likely to affect our lives in 1977. Bill Tidy and Felicity Goodey join him with an invited audience who express their opinions and experiences in discussion.
Deputy editor RON NEIL
Editor RAY COLLEY. BBC Manchester
From the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham
Highlights of the second day of the World Table
Tennis Championships. A day on which China faces a double European challenge from England and France.
Introduced by TONY GUBBA Commentators
PETER WALKER and ALAN RANSOME
Television presentation by BOB DUNCAN and JOHN SHREWSBURY Editor PAUL LANG
Starring Sylvia Sidney, Henry Fonda
with Barton Maclane, Jean Dixon, William Gargan
Released from prison, Eddie Taylor has a job, and a girl awaiting him, and wants to go straight. But the fates have decreed that Eddie is to be one of life's losers...
Fritz Lang's second Hollywood film after leaving Germany shows how rapidly and forcefully he adapted to the American scene.
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