7.40 A View of the Renaissance
8.5 Dartington Hall School
8.30 Foundation Maths - Review
8.55 Power Supplies
9.20 Earth Science Topics
10.10 Moral Conflict
10.35 Maths Analysis - Integration
11.0 Computers - File Processing
11.25 Chicago's Urban Life Style
11.50 Educational Research Methods
12.15 Maths: Complex Analysis
12.40 Cells and Organisms
1.5 Behaviour Therapy
1.30 History of Mathematics
The John Player League featuring
Northamptonshire v Kent
This could be called the match of the one-day champions, as between them these two teams hold all the titles of the single day competitions. Both sides have strength in depth in all aspects of the game and with that sort of pedigree a hard-fought match is guaranteed. PETER WALKER introduces the programme which includes news of today's other fixtures.
Commentators at Tring
JOHN ARLOTT and JIM LAKER
BOB DUNCAN and PAUL LANG
A digest of the news of the week and other world matters of interest seen by news cameras around the world. The interesting, the picturesque, the important and the dramatic plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear. with Peter Woods
Editor BILL NORTHWOOD
Ghosts of the Makihuku
Last year an Austrian film-maker returned to Papua New Guinea to film again two families he previously filmed seven years before. The juxtaposition of the two films he made - separated by a mere seven years - presents a remarkable picture of changes which have taken place in the lives of these stone age warriors by the onslaught of Western civilisation. Tourism and the discovery of gold have brought an overnight transformation of the traditions and the culture of Papua New Guinea-a transformation which, elsewhere, has taken hundreds of years.
This programme shows how these changes have affected two families. Commentary by JEREMY HORNSBY Narrator JONATHON ADAMS
Produced by MATERNA PRODUCTIONS Presented by DAWN A. SWERLING Series editors
MICHAEL ANDREWS and ANTHONY ISAACS
(On Thursday, BBC1, in Omnibus at 9.55 Andri Previn explores brass bands and next week he conducts a concert where the London Symphony Orchestra combines with Black Dyke Mills Band)
Kyung-Wha Chung East Plays West with Myung-Wha Chung
The Chungs could claim to be one of the most musically gifted families of today. Of seven children six have been trained as musicians, and three are professionals with independent solo careers. KYUNG, the violinist, is the best known in this country, though her cellist sister MYUNG joined her in London last month to play Brahms's Double Concerto. Brother WHUN, pianist and conductor, is the youngest. Although they come from the East the music they play is exclusively Western.
Last summer Kyung took part in the ' Great Performers ' series in New York, then with her sister played Brahms's Double Concerto With the NATIONAL YOUTH ORCHESTRA
OF GREAT BRITAIN, and later, with Whun, went to Switzerland and Belgium for concerts at the Lucerne and Flanders Festivals. This film shows them in rehearsal and performance.
Executive producer JOHN DRUMMOND Producer DAVID BUCKTON
by GUSTAVE FLAUBERT. The BBC2 Serial dramatised in four parts by GILES COOPER. Starring
Francesca Annis as Emma Bovary Part 1: Marriage
For beautiful, convent-educated Emma, life has always been a romantic dream. As the new Madame Bovary , however, she is soon to learn that marriage is a demanding reality.
Madame Bovary was as near a faultless classicserialaswe'relikelytoencounter.... Few projects can have been so well acted. (DAILY MAIL) Original music by DUDLEY SIMPSON Producer RICHARD BEYNON
Director RODNEY BENNETT
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The Saving of a Country House
In 30 years England, Wales and Scotland have lost more than 340 notable buildings - their contents dispersed. Erddig, near Wrexham, long the home of the Yorke family, seemed set to become another name on the long list of destruction; yet tomorrow, the Prince of Wales will officially open Erddig, restored.
Tonight, four years of dedicated restoration, costing around one million pounds, are traced in this record of the most exacting repair operation ever tackled by the National Trust. Narrator
Film editor CHRIS LAWRENCE Producer DEREK TRIMBY BBC Cymru/Wales
(Erddiig opens to the public on t July)
(The Last Squire of Erddig, R4, Wed 4.5)
Starring David Hemmings
John Ebony goes to his first teaching job with enthusiasm, resolved to be a successful replacement for the teacher who has died in midterm. But, meeting the Lower Fifth, Ebony's enthusiasm and resolve give way to apprehension: never has he met such sinister boys.
Lower Five B including
Director JOHN MACKENZIE. Films: page 13 (First showing on British television)