7.40 Humanities: Retrospect
8.5 Science and Society: 2
8.30 Foundation Maths - Topology
8.55 Engineering Mechanics
9.20 Genes and Development
9.45 The New Forest
10.10 King Lear
10.35 Nitrogen Fixation: I
11.0 James Bond: 8
11.25 Romantic Primitivism
11.50 Open Forum - OUSA: Today - and Tomorrow
12.15 Urban Education: A Sense of Belonging
12.40 The Steam Locomotive
1.5 Just an Accident?
1.30 History of Mathematics
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Jim Slater talks about his rise. , . and dramatic fall.
Noel Coward in The Gorbals
A look at the Glasgow Citizens' Theatre - its policy, its audience and its plays.
The Siege of Alie Street
The Half Moon Theatre in London's East End and its fight for its life.
Introduced by Robert Robinson
Monthly Review: some of the top titles of the month reviewed in conversation by Asa Briggs , Miriam Stoppard and Tom Stoppard
England XV v USA
Hard tackling, good handling and positive running are the principal assets of the American ' Eagles'. They have shown on their short tour that what they lack in basics they make up for in effort and enthusiasm. In their final match, the more experienced England side could be in for a few surprises. Commentator at Twickenham
Series producer BILL TAYLOR
A 13-part worldwide series exploring Man's religious quest. Presented by Ronald Eyre
4: Rome, Leeds and the Desert
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
In this film Desmond Morris, author of The Naked Ape, takes a zoologist's eye-view of our gestures, postures and movement - devices used within the family of Man as the silent language of day-to-day encounters.
The human animal is a creature of action and many of these actions reflect our changing moods. The manwatcher reveals some of the meanings of the many signals we each unwittingly but effectively flash to the world about us.
by LEO TOLSTOY
BBC2's Classic Serial dramatised in ten parts by DONALD WILSON starring Nicola Pagett Eric Porter
Vronsky rides in the steeplechase at Tsarskoe Selo and Karenin, watching Anna's reaction, is convinced of her infidelity. He decides to bring her to heel.
Cast in order of appearance
Studio lighting JOHN SUMMERS Studio sound COLIN DIXON Designer DEREK DODD
Producer DONALD WILSON
Executive producer KEN RIDDINGTOR Director BASIL COLEMAN
The costumes from Anna Karenina are currently on display at Longleat House, Warminster, Wiltshire
Why is it that when we see something beautiful we say 'it's like poetry! ' when some of us don't even like poetry?
Dannie Abse , Welsh poet and doctor, tries to throw light on the nature of poetry. He looks at poetic elements in music - with Alfred Brendel in painting - with Derek Southall in oratory - with his brother Leo Abse , MP
And he talks with four fellow poets: John Wain - professor of poetry at Oxford University
Alan Brownjohn - poetry critic of the New Statesman
Peter Porter - writer
Anthony Thwaite - co-editor of Encounter
Sound DENNIS PANCHEN
Film cameraman RAY HENMAN Producer MARGARET MCCALL Preview: page 17
Carlo Curley - in Concert
Playing many of his own arrangements on what is claimed to be the largest electronic organ in the world, with four manuals and 800 stops, this brilliant American organist is as much at home with Bach and Beethoven as with Scott Joplin and other such composers.
Recorded in the Great Hall, Alexandra Palace
Peter McEnery , Claudia Cardinale Eli Wallach , Jack Hawkins
Jerzy SkoHmowski 's version of this Arthur Conan Doyle story gives a new dimension to its conceited hero.
Spain 1808, and in Napoleon's Peninsula Campaign the forces of Marshal Massena are cut off from the main French army. Napoleon plots to divert the English by letting a false message fall into their hands, choosing as his courier the brave and boastful Colonel Etienne Gerard.
Director JERZY SKOLIMOWSKI Films: page 13
(First showing on British television)
Gerard, Colonel of the Hussars of Conflans:
Teresa, Countess of Morales:
Millefleurs, a renegade Englishman:
Russell, Colonel of the Coldstream Guards:
Papilette, Sergeant of the Hussars of Conflans:
Santarem, Count of Morales:
Lasalle, Cavalry General: