7.40 William Morris and Industrialisation
8.5 Elementary Particles
8.30 Foundation Maths - Oscillations
8.55 Loudspeaker Telephones
9.20 Genes and Development
10.10 The Alchemist
10.35 The Crossman Legacy
11.0 Sizwe Bansi is Dead
11.50 Open Forum - Exam Special
12.15 Resource Development
12.40 The Reasonable Militant
1.5 Urban Education: We Parents Know Better
1.30 The Rise of Electricity
England under-23 v France under-23
The French have never before produced a national side in this age group, but their indigenous flair and speed and handling skill should test the England side which has just returned home from an undefeated tour of Canada.
Edgehall Road, Orrell
Series producer BILL TAYLOR
A 13-part worldwide series exploring Man's religious quest
Presented by Ronald Eyre 2:Protestant Spirit USA
A digest of the news of the week and other world matters of interest seen by news cameras around the world, plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear with Angela Rippon
Editor BILL NORTHWOOD
What is a jungle? How do its creatures find a place to live in what appears to be an impenetrable green tangle? The forests of Costa Rica provide some intriguing answers. Agoutis, armadillos, scorpions and spiders co-exist on the dark forest floor, while high above bromeliad plants sit on the trees sheltering a secret world within. Huge, strangling fig trees rely for existence on wasps as small as match-heads; ants hide in potato ferns, and paper wasps show an ingenious way of keeping dry. In this haunt of bellbird and howler monkey lives that most exotic of jungle birds the resplendent quetzal, sacred to the Mayas. Rarely seen and perhaps filmed for the first time, it moves through a forest that weeps its own rain. Narrated and produced by Barry Paine.
Dramatised in ten parts by DONALD WILSON starring
Eric Porter , Stuart Wilson Part 2
Levin, deeply hurt by the rejection of his proposal, goes to see his unfortunate brother Nikolai, while Anna attends the Grand Ball with Kitty, who expects great things. But it is the unexpected that happens.
Cast in order of appearance
Outside broadcast lighting HUBERT CARTWRIGHT
Outside broadcast sound JEFF BAKER Choreography GERALDINE STEPHENSON Designer DEREK DODD
Producer DONALD WILSON
Executive producer KEN RIDDINgTON Director BASIL COLEMAN
Princes s Shcherbatsky:
The Changing of the Avant-Garde Written and narrated by Edwin Mullins
At the avant-garde art festival in Kassel, Germany, this summer, an American artist sank a brass rod one kilometre deep into the .ground. A fellow contributor sailed a vast paper-boat from Bremen and beached it in the park.
Is this conceptual art at its best - or is the public being taken for a ride? What is avant-garde art? Do we need it?
In this film, EDWIN MULLINS traces key developments in the role of the avant-garde over the last five centuries, from Renaissance Florence to the present day, exploring the work of artists as varied as Giotto, Titian, Manet, Duchamp and contemporary artist Nam June ! Paik.
Film cameraman NAT CROSBY Film editor JULIAN MILLER
Executive producer BILL MORTOn Producer TONY CASH
Director ROBIN LOUGH
The World of Marcus Helvius Geminus between AD 30 and 65. The last of 13 programmes with Robert Erskine
Great is Diana of the Ephesiaiis Geminus 's final appointment is in the Greek city of Ephesus, where the riot caused by St Paul 's teaching was still a recent memory. This is where the inscription stops: did he die, or did he live on into the dangerous times of civil war?
Director PHILIP CHILVERS
Producer BETTY WHITE (RepeoO
starring Al Jolson
A special television presentation of the famous film to mark the 50th anniversary of its premiere.
Philip Jenkinson introduces tonight's showing and recalls the many early experiments in sound synchronisation before Warner Brothers hit the jackpot with the Vitaphone system. On 6 October 1927 an excited audience at Warner's Theatre in New York saw the film that heralded the * talkie ' revolution. Also featuring
May McAvoy, Warner Oland
Jakie Rabinowitz , a Jewish cantor's son, is caught between his devotion to family and tradition, and his love of the jazz music his father feels is sacrilegious.
Director ALAN CROSLAND.
Jakie Rabinowitz (Jack Robin):
Jakie (13 years old):
Cantor Josef Rosenblatt: