7.40 The Imperial Roman Army. 8.5 Technology - Mechanics. 8.30 Looking at Poems. 8.55 Cues and Schemas. 9.20 Drugs: The Industry and the Regulators.
9.45 Sundials. 10.10 The Digital Computer. 10.35 Thermal Analysis. 11.0 Cells and Organisms. 11.25 The Nature of Chemistry. 11.50 Multiplexing. 12.15 Television and Politics - America (4). 18.40 The Aratar: Concept and Example. 1.5 R. M. Schindler. 1.30 Semiconductors.
starring Lucille Ball
Desi Arnaz , James Mason
Within a few years of their story-book wedding, Susan and Larry find their marriage almost breaking up. But then a guardian angel comes to their aid....
The famous stars of I Love Lucy co-star with James Mason as the somewhat unusual guardian angel in this lively domestic comedy.
Produced by DESI ARNAZ
Directed by ALEXANDER HALL Films: page 17
Lorenzo Xavier Vega:
Charles Y Bewell:
Dr Edward R Winter:
The Royal Institution Annual Christmas Lectures to Young People.
A series ofsix programmes 1:The Earth as a Planet
Professor Carl Sagan invites his young audience to examine Planet Earth as though they were visitors from a distant civilisation. First as though through a telescope, then from a spacecraft fly-by, an orbiter and finally a lander, SAGAN shows how fascinating and extraordinarily beautiful our planet looks from space.
Presented for television by STUART HARRIS and KARL SABBAGE
The programme in which the BBC hands over air time to the public. Tonight:
The Electoral Reform Campaign presents Democracy, Shamocracy? Christopher Chataway for the Electoral Reform Campaign takes a close and critical look at our voting system and shows how unfair and undemocratic it has become. Why do fewer people bother to vote nowadays? Can we improve things? And why are most MPs silent on the subject? These and other questions will be asked and answered by politicians, journalists, and some very famous voters.
Made by ERC for the Electoral Reform Society with the help of the Community Programme Unit.
A series of programmes made specially for audiences in the BBC regions and now seen for the first time throughout the UK. Tonight from BBC Wales Sutherland in Wales
A film in which the artist Graham Sutherland tells how he first became ' hooked and obsessed ' by the landscape of Pembrokeshire. For more than 40 years he has renewed his vision in the area where he first learned to be a painter.
In gratitude the artist and his wife have given to Wales the great collection of paintings and drawings now housed at Picton Castle, near Haverfordwest. There, and in the countryside around, GRAHAM SUTHERLAND presents a unique account of his work and its inspiration.
Film cameraman ROBIN ROLLINSON Written and produced by JOHN ORMOND
Series co-ordinator FRANK GILLARD
In the first of three programmes in a Lively Arts season featuring
Vladimir Ashkenazy as both pianist and conductor, he directs from the keyboard the Philharmonia Orchestra leader CARL PINI in two Concertos by MOZART No 17, in G major (K 453) No 21, in c major (K 467) and in the interval talks to Humphrey Burton about his career and his dual role in performing this music.
Recorded at the Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford.
Sound JEFF BAKER
Lighting BERT OATEN
Producer RODNEY GREENBERG
A series of five new plays from Birmingham
The Back Page by ANDREW NICKOLDS and STAN HEY And a warm welcome to a very cold valley! Charlton Athletic are playing Notts County and things are livening up in the Press Box.
Script editor PETER ANSORGE Designer LYNDA KETTLE Producer TARA PREM
Director DEREK LISTER
Robert Vas's Orders from Above is a truly harrowing and shaming j'accuse. (SUNDAY TELEGRAPH) Between 1944 and 1947 the British and American Governments handed back to Stalin a great many Russians - P o Ws, civilians, women and children-who were captured or liberated by the Western Forces. Our authorities were well aware that to many of these people repatriation might mean certain death or years in Stalin's labour camps; that most of them were eligible for political asylum. Yet they carried out the policy of forced repatriation - and kept it secret for nearly 30 years.
For the politicians who made the decisions it seemed a diplomatic and military necessity; for the repatriated Russians: ' a great betrayal '; for the British soldiers who had to carry it out (as one said) : 'it stank of Belsen and Dachau'.
Now the controversy raised by the first showing of Robert Vas's film has been fanned by revelations in a new book Victims of Yalta. Narrators
LYNDON BROOK , PETER COPLEY
Based on The Last Secret by NICHOLAS BETHELL
Written and directed by ROBERT VAS
A film series starring Alan Alda as Hawkeye and Mike Farrell as B.J.
Two young surgeons who work in a Mobile Army Surgical Hospital and are intensely dedicated - to off-duty relaxation.
Soldier of the Month
When there is a contest for best ' Soldier of the Month Klinger and Radar make a special effort to win, but do not take into account that Frank will get a fever.
Major Frank Burns:
starring James Mason, Joan Bennett
With her husband away, Lucia Harper has to handle alone the problem of her teenage daughter's affair with an unscrupulous older man. Suddenly she finds herself involved in murder and blackmail.
Based on The Blank Wall by ELISABETH SANXAY HOLDING
Directed by MAX OPHULS
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