7.40 Maths: Complex Integration
8.5 Evaluating Arguments
8.30 Motorway Noise
8.55 A Matter of Opinion
9.20 Pure Maths - Topology (5)
9.45 Engineering Mechanics
10.10 Technology: Goals and Conflicts
10.35 Giant Molecules
11.0 The GC/MS Link-Up
11.25 Lens Design
11.50 Chemistry of Carbon Compounds
12.15 Handicapped in the Community
12.40 Housing 1840-1895
1.5 Maths - Dual Cones
1.30 Israel and the Occupied Lands
1.55 A Local Government System
2.20 A Symphony is Recorded
starring Bob Hope , Milly Vitale with James Cagney
The story of Eddie Foy and his seven children provides Bob Hope with the first biographic role of his career, and a performance that combines the ingredients of comedy and drama in the life of one of America's great vaudeville comics.
Director MELVILLE SHAVELSON Films: page 9
Eddie Foy Jr:
George M Cohan:
The programme in which the BBC hands over air-time to the public. The second of three programmes from Northern Ireland. Stephen, Sam, Raymie and Billy present To be Seventeen in Belfast
Tonight from BBC North
The Day the Gala Came to Town
Once a year Yorkshire miners and their families gather to enjoy themselves at the NUM demonstration and gala. Last summer, in their thousands, they converged on Wakefield where 20 brass bands led the parade to Thornes Park for a day of relaxation and fun. Even Arthur Scargill was heard telling jokes against himself!
Director NICK BARRATT
Producer ALLAN KASSELL
Series co-ordinator FRANK GiLLARD
First of six journeys into the spring countryside in search of wildlife and the natural world around us.
Beyond Land's End with Peter Fowler , archaeologist
David Nichols , marine biologist Maurice Tibbies wildlife cameraman
Spring comes early to the Isles of Scilly. Many of the islands are uninhabited, havens for sea birds, rich in marine life, and ideal for exploring the remains of earlier civilisations that once flourished on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean
-the legendary 'lost world.
Film cameraman JIM SAUNDERS
Producer PETER BALE
Robin Ray introduces the Te Deum by BERLIOZ
When it was first shown last year in a live relay from the Whitworth Hall of Manchester University, this production of Berlioz's resounding Te Deum was hailed as ' a spectacular success ... a visual as well as aural triumph.'
Written, as so often with Berlioz, for huge forces - tenor soloist, three choirs, organ and orchestra - the Te Deum is being repeated as part of the Jubilee celebrations, to mark the outstanding contribution of the choral tradition to British music-making. John Elwes (tenor)
Keith Rhodes (organ)
Huddersfield Choral Society
Chetham's Hospital School of Music Choir
Colne Valley Male Voice Choir, Yorkshire
BBC Northern Symphony
Orchestra, leader BARRY GRIFFITHS conductor Raymond Leppard
Sound PIP SHEPHERD
Lighting JOHN CROWTHER
Producer RODNEY GREENBERG
The Penfold PGA Championship from Royal St George's GC,
Sandwich HARRY CARPENTER introduces the highlights of the closing stages of this prestigious event.
with J. B. Priestley
In the second of three programmes j. B. PRIESTLEY , sometimes accompanied by his wife Jacquetta Hawkes , revisits some of his 1933 locations.
He goes again to Shotton Colliery in County Durham, and looks at Peterlee new town, before travelling up the Yorkshire Dales to revisit ' a pub, a bridge and a church' in Wharfedale.
He ends this trip in his home town, Bradford, where he reflects, amongst other things, on the folly of the Great War and meets an old soldier.
Producer GEORGE GREEN
Executive producer PETER NEWiNGTOH BBC Manchester
starring John Alderton and Pauline Collins
Adapted by DAVID CLIMIE from the short stories by p. G. WODEHOUSE Romance at Droitgate Spa
Magic effects by ROBERT HARBIN
Signature tune composed and conducted by RAYMOND JONES
Designer DAPHNE SHORTMAN Producer DAVID ASKEY
Sir Aylmer Bastable:
An inside view of Black Washington
Ieuan Davies arrived in Washington DC in the middle of the riots which followed the assassination of Martin Luther King. For ten years he's lived with the black community there and seen it take over the government of the capital of the US. Today the Welsh priest is, officially, a Commissioner for Civil Rights and adviser on drug abuse to the Mayor of Washington but, among his black neighbours, he remains a misfit as well as a missionary, a foreigner as well as a friend.
Director WILLIAM AARON
Producer SELWYN RODERICK
starring Ray Charles , Tom Bell Mary Peach , Dawn Addams and The Raelets
Jazz pianist Ray Charles provides the music and appears as himself in this story of a young blind boy he befriends while in London. \
Director PAUL HENREID
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(First showing on British television)