6.40 Biological Bases of Behaviour
7.5 Urban Education: The Community Spirit
7.30 Statistics - Significance Testing
5.20 Fetal Physiology
5.45 Debate on Community Print
6.10 BART IV
6.35 Evolution by Natural Selection
THALASSA CRUSO, an Englishwoman who has made her home in America, sets out to transform a New England back yard. 2: Terraces
Risking It by PETER WHALLEY
Richard Clewes is a self-made man who has won his money by taking risks. Now, with his pretty wife, his big house and his successful business, he thinks he is secure. But is he?
Script editor ALAN SEYMOUR Designer RICHARD MORRIS Producer ANNE HEAD
Director DESMOND DAVIS
Joanne Clewes SHiRLEY:
The British Isles
Rugby Union Tour of New Zealand
The British Isles
In 1971 the Lions trounced Wellington by 47 points to nine so this year they must expect sterner opposition.
NIGEL STARMER-SMITH reports from the Athletic Park, Wellington.
Presented in association with the BROADCASTING CORPORATION OF NEW ZEALAND Producer DEWI GRIFFITHS
in With Friends Like These ... who needs Enemies?
Liv Ullmann , Erland Josephson
Ingmar Bergman 's celebrated portrait of an apparently ' perfect' marriage and its gradual disintegration is shown again-this time in its original Swedish version. Scene 1: Innocence and Panic Johan and Marianne are being interviewed for a women's magazine as a shining example of the ideal married couple. But at a dinner-party they give, a frightening quarrel breaks out between their guests Peter and Katarina. Soon afterwards, the first crack appears in Johan and Marianne's own relationship.
Written and directed by INGMAR BERGMAN Preview: page 15
The first of four programmes recorded on location, reflecting the music, rhythms and moods of musicians today.
This week features Trad Jazz with Alex Welsh and His Band
Songs from George Melly and John Chilton 's Feetwarmers
Recorded at The Band On The Wall, Manchester
Producer DON SAYER
An extravagant and bizarre film by Salvador Dali , Surrealist painter. He has taken themes of the French writer Raymond Roussel (1877-1933), rated by Sartre and Cocteau as one of the masters of 20th-century literature. Medieval alchemy, ' miracle and madness machines ' are rich material in the hands of this inventive artist, who can, as he points out, make an entire film about the point of a pencil. Dali has made two films before, Le Chien Andalou (1927) and L'Age D'or (1930), both major classics of the cinema.
This is the first of four programmes on European art and artists.
Director JOSÉ MONTÈS-BAQUER Producers MANFRED GRATER
JULIAN GLOVER reads
A Sense of Being by JOHN HORDER