7.40 Industrial Glasgow
8.5 Electromagnetic Radiation
8.30 Foundation Maths-Complex Numbers
8.55 Colour Television (2)
9.20 Genes and Development
10.10 Ignatius Loyola
10.35 1973 Oil Crisis
11.0 Waiting for Godot
11.50 Water Resources
12.15 'A Wealth of Words'
12.40 Limits on Political Independence
1.30 History of Mathematics
The John Player League
The last day of the season for this one-day tournament, and the day when the prize money is finally decided.
With almost a full fixture list to be played today, the top teams either know that they have the prize or must wait the outcome of one of today's matches.
Introduced by PETER WALKER Commentator
JOHN ARLOTT and JIM LAKER
BOB DUNCAN and JOHNNIE WITHERSTON
A digest of the news of the week plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear with Angela Rippon
Editor BILL NORTHWOOD
Two Faces of Seville
Written and narrated by IAN WOOLDRIDGE
Within the space of a few weeks, Seville provides two of the world's greatest spectacles - Holy Week and the annual Spring Fair.
Manuel Sanchez Grove is an engine driver on the Spanish Railways. But in Holy Week he exchanges modern technology for medieval religious ceremony. Marking the death of Christ he walks in procession wearing long robes and a pointed hood. Don Angel Peralta is a landowner and an aggressively modern farmer. But his real passion is for horses and bulls. In the bull-ring he practises rejoneo, the aristocratic form of fighting bulls from horseback.
Film cameraman KENNETH MACMILLAN Film editor ERIC BROWN Producer CLEM VALLANCE Series editors
MICHAEL ANDREWS and ANTHONY ISAACS
The Art of the Potter
This year Bernard Leach celebrated his 90th birthday. This portrait of LEACH and his great friend, the Japanese potter, Hamada, filmed in Cornwall and Japan, examines their life and work and does much to explain why there has been such a revival of interest in pottery in this century.
Producer DAVID OUTERBRIDGE
At the end of a highly successful tour of Scotland earlier this year, the National Youth Jazz Orchestra gave a concert at Edinburgh University, part of which was shown recently on BBC2 in the programme North with NYJO.
Tonight's programme features more music from that concert, performed by this remarkable orchestra-average age 19-who play varied and distinctive big-band jazz with the maturity and confidence of seasoned professionals. Introduced by Derek Jewell
Musical director BILL ASHTON
Outside broadcast lighting BOB HOOD
Outside broadcast sound ALAN BUNTING Producer MARTIN L. BELL
by MRS GASKELL The BBC2 Serial
Dramatised in four parts by DAVID TURNER Part 3
The strike has been broken by John Thornton. Margaret's action in protecting him from aa angry mob has been misinterpreted by John who has resolved to marry her.
Producer MARTIN LISEMORE
Director RODNEY BENNETT
The World of Marcus Helvius Geminus, a Roman who lived between AD 30 and 65. A series of 13 programmes with Robert Erskine
9: Holiday Spectaculars
As Praetor, Geminus helps sponsor a season of public entertainments. There are plays in the theatre, a day at the races, and for the truly bloodthirsty, the gladiators battling in the arena.
Director PHILIP CHILVERS
Producer BETTY WHITE
A Fred Zinnemann season starring Van Heflin Robert Ryan and Janet Leigh Mary Astor
Following last week's documentary on FRED ZINNEMANN , BBC2 presents a short season of his films spanning almost 20 years of a career as one of the movies' most consistently creative directors. To open the season Act of Violence, a powerful melodrama of guilt and revenge, comes from the early days of Fred Zinnemann 's Hollywood career.
Frank Enley 's bright future as a successful young businessman in a small California town is suddenly threatened by the appearance of a figure from the past - a mysterious limping man with a gun in his pocket and a terrible score to settle.
Director FRED ZINNEMANN
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