7.40 Using Television
8.5 Forces, Fields and Energy
8.55 Bio-technic Community
9.45 Flux and Magnetic Circuits
10.10 Pure Maths - Groups
10.35 Population Control
11.0 The Sociological Perspective
11.25 Open Forum: Self-Help Groups
11.50 Mechanics - Relative Motion
12.15 Scientific Discoveries
12.40 History of Mathematics
1.5 Management in Education
1.30 Approaches to Soviet Politics
A new British Musical revival (RpO
Linguistic Philosophy with Professor Bernard Williams
Scotland v England Ireland v Wales
Wales have to beat Ireland to gain their third Triple Crown in succession. For England or Scotland looms the prospect of the ' wooden spoon '. Commentators
BILL MCLAREN , NIGEL STARMER-SMITH Director, Murrayfield: BILL MALCOLM
TV presentation, DUBLIN: IRISH TV service Series producer BILL TAYLOR
News of the week plus a visual commentary, with Peter Woods Editor BILL NORTHWOOD
HRH The Prince of Wales presents The Mick Burke Award to the winning cameraman in the expedition film-making competition. Last year six groups were selected by the BBC and The Royal Geographical Society and supplied with Super 8mm film equipment. The resulting films, often taken under considerable hardship, include the Doug Scott epic climb of the Ogre, life in a Yemeni village, a kayak voyage through ice-floes in Spitzbergen, a journey to the monasteries in Ladakh, India, and a Stone Age tribe in New Guinea. David Attenborough introduces the winning film in its entirety with extracts from four others.
Director ROBIN HELLIER
Producer GEORGE INGER. Scries editors MICHAEL ANDREWS and ANTHONY ISAACS BBC Bristol
by THOMAS HARDY The Classic Serial
Dramatised by DENNIS POTTER
The last of seven episodes starring with Jack Galloway. Janet Maw
Lueetta has died as the result of a malicious trick. Elizabeth-Jane and Henchard are reconciled but his peace is short-lived after her real father comes to claim her. Unable to bear losing her, Henchard pretends she is dead.
Music hv CARL DAVIS
Script editor BETTY WILLINGALE DesignerPETER KINDRED
Producer JONATHAN POWELL Directed hy DAVID GILES
Review by Robert Gittings : page 78
A special gala dance recorded at the Royal Albert Hall , London, last year.
Sound CHRIS HOLCOMBE
Production ROBIN NASH
A Haunted Man with
Thomas Hardy , famed as a novelist, deeply reserved and secretive as a man, put his most private feelings into his poems, and the greatest of these were the poems of love and remorse that he wrote after the death of his first wife, Emma. They had fallen in love in Cornwall and ended their days in a grim house outside Dorchester. The romance of their first meeting seemed far away ...
Narrated by CAROLINE BLAKISTON
Script by DENIS CONSTANDUROS and TRISTRAM POWELL in consultation with ROBERT GITTINGS
Film cameraman JOHN HOOPER Film editor JOHN NEEDHAM
Executive producer BILL MORTON
Directed by TRISTRAM POWELL. Preview: p10
A series of films featuring the re-discovered work of amateur cameramen and ' home-movie' makers of the 20s and 30s.
Introduced by James Cameron
Among the most potent reminders of the pre-war world are the vanished technological dinosaurs; like the huge biplanes of the commercial airways, the Atlantic ocean liners, and above all the steam trains. Tonight's programme is made up of home-movies of all these giants and ends with the story of a small boy who dreams about a railway engine and wins one of his own.
Film research KATHLEEN DARBY Film editor KATE RIVERS
Series producer DAVID COLLISON Presented by PAUL JORDAN
Anton Walbrook , Edith Evans with Ronald Howard , Mary Jerrold
Pushkin's story of the Countess who has reputedly sold her soul to the devil in exchange for the secret of winning at cards gets the full atmospheric treatment by Thorold Dickinson. Dame Edith Evans gives an enthralling performance as the wicked old lady, with Anton Walbrook as the impoverished Captain determined to wrest her secret from her.
Written by RODNEY ACKLAND , ARTHUR bots Directed by THOROLD DICKINSON
The Old Countess: