6.40 Molecular Evolution
7.5 Ideas for the Future
7.30 Maths Analysis - Convergence
A magazine for Asian viewers including discussions, music and stories from the communities.
Produced and presented by MAHENDRA KAUL
Director ASHOK RAMPAL. BBC Birmingham
Live coverage of the second day in Brighton. Reporting team
Robin Day and David Dimbleby
Victoria and the Crowded Pocket
Written by CAROLYN SLOAN Illustrated by PETER BAILEY Presenters
DELIA MORGAN , JOHNNY BALL
Pianist PAUL READE
Designer CHRIS HULL ,
Written by IRENE COCKROFT Director MARTIN FISHER Producer ANNE GOBEY
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
Further coverage from Brighton
2.0 Live coverage of the afternoon's debates.
4.55 Mechanics - Rutherford's Atom
5.20 Poetry in Public
5.45 World Modelling on Trial
6.10 Art as Performance
6.35 Victorian Cast Iron
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
A series of five programmes on how to grow your own fruit presented by Geoffrey Smith 4: Peaches
' The most delectable of all fruit' is how GEOFFREY SMITH describes peaches. This week he offers practical advice on the planting, pruning, pollinating and harvesting of this fruit.
Series producer PETER RIDING Producer BRIAN DAVIES
Book (same title), 60p, from bookshops
Michael Chariton and Charles Wheeler present news and opinions, with Richard Kershaw and David Sells
Newsreader Peter Woods
PETER IBBOTSON and MIKE BROADBENT Editor TONY CRABB
A series of seven programmes
Champions of Crown Green Bowling compete for the BBC2 Masters' Trophy Match 1
Tony Poole (Shropshire) v
Roy Price (Potteries)
POOLE, defending champion and No 1 seed, has a difficult match against PRICE, who is beginning to make his presence felt and has done well to qualify for this match. Introduced by Colin Wetland from the Waterloo Hotel, Blackpool Commentator HARRY RIGBY
Producer NICK HUNTER. BBC Manchester
A contest of musical knowledge between Frank Muir and John Amis and Denis Norden and Ian Wallace
The second programme in this television version of Radio 4's long-running series, from the Commonwealth Institute.
Television presentation DOUGLAS HESPE
A television play by HUGH WHITEMORE based on Exiles by MICHAEL J. ARLEN starring Alan Badel as Michael Arlen
Martin Shaw as his son, Michael J. Susan Engel as his mother, Atalanta and Ned Sherrin as Noel Coward Michael Arlen , author of The Green Hat , was one of the most successful popular novelists of the 20s. He was also an exile; an Armenian born in Bulgaria, but brought up in England and resident for the last years of his life in the USA. Now, after his death, and the decline in the popularity of his works, his son looks back on his life, and tries to make sense of it.
New York doctor.KENNETH GARNER
Ernest BRUCE PURCHASE,
Studio lighting JOHN TREAYS
Costume designer ODETTE BARROW Script editor ALAN SHALLCROSS Designer STUART WALKER Producer CEDRIC MESSINA Director ALAN COOKE
Michael's sister as a young girl:
This month: Achtung Minen !
The work of Ian Hamilton Finlay
William Feaver introduces the latest work of this unique and controversial artist, known since the 60s as our foremost concrete poet. We visit Finláy's remote home in Scotland, where he has constructed his garden as a poem, a submarine noses its way through the bushes, an aircraft-carrier functions as a bird bath, and the sign on his front lawn tells us to beware of mines - Achtung Minen !
Plus Cleveland Brown a truly original naive painter from North London whose subjects include the Spaghetti House Siege and the Queen's Jubilee.
Commercial Break - News and pictures about other events in the arts.
Directors JOHN HOOPER and DIANA LASHMORE Producer LESLIE MEGAHEY
To mark the Liszt Festival of London TEREN.CE JUDD (piano) plays Consolation No 3