7.40 Analysing Social Interaction. 8.5 The Periodic Table. 8.30 M101/8 Inequalities. 8.55 Instrumentation: Pressure Transducers. 9.20 Computing-Algorithms, .45 Semiconductors. 10.10 Pure Maths-Topology <2). 10.35 Housing in Haringey 11.0 The Sociological Perspective. 11.25 Drawings of Seurat.
11.50 Mechanics - Particles. 12.15 Science and Belief: Fontenelte. 12.40 Revolutions of 1848. 1.5 Management in Education. l.M Soviet Government and Politics.
Can We Afford the Self-Employed? Moyra Bremner looks at the self-employed and examines their cost to the rest of us.
(Shown last Friday Evening)
A series of 13 programmes 12:The Immigrant
Two West Country artists
Patrick Hughes and John Abbett
(Shouxt tfMt Wedncsdo!; evening)
A series of 15 programmes
12: The Philosophy of Science
This week Bryan Magee talks to Hilary Putnam, Professor of Philosophy, Harvard.
(Shown last Thursday evening)
Introduced by NIGEL STARMER -miITH London Scottish v
SRU President's XV
Over the past 100 years, over 200 members of the London Scottish club have been capped by their country.
In celebrating their centenary, they are enjoying one of their best seasons for many years and the strong international opposition they face in this match is a Siting tribute to a great ctub. Commentator at
Richmond AtMetic Ground
Series producer B)LL TtYLoR
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 B)LL KORTHWOOB
Narrated by William Franklyn
In 1976, 15 men set sail out of Hawaii, bound for Tahiti. Crowded on to a twin-hulled Polynesian canoe, they were determined to prove that their ancestors, over 2,000 years before, could have sailed the same immense distances with no navigational aids other than an uncanny knowledge of stars and seas. However, the greatest problems the venture faced were not those of the vast ocean but of human conflict - even before the voyage started.
Presented by Tristan Allsop.
Series editors MICHAEL ANDREWS and ANTHONY ISAACS
Starring Steve McQueen, Edward G. Robinson, Ann Margret, Karl Malden, Tuesday Weld, Cab Calloway, Joan Blondell
In the small dark wortd of New Orleans' gambling clubs, an all-conquering young poker player takes on Lancey Howard, the legendary king of five card stud in an attempt to wrest from him the coveted title of 'The Man'.
Director NORMAN jEWISON. Fttms. paoe 17
The Cincinnati Kid:
"After 30 years, I return to Egypt to see again places which, either from a literary or a personal point of view, meant something to me or marked me or moved me, and to see what traces, if any, remain of that extravagantly coloured world I painted in 'The Alexandria Quartet'."
In a sequel to the Greek "Spirit of Place", Peter Adam takes Lawrence Durrell back to the setting of his four famous novels.
Their journey starts in Alexandria and follows the Nile to Aswan and Abu Simbel. Durrell revisits Wadi Natrun, Fayum, Luxor and the Valley of the Kings. He talks about his beliefs, his craft and his experiences as a writer: and evokes Egypt's two landscapes - the desert and the great river.
(Next week: Ashkenazy conducts Scriabin)
The zany humour of Mike Harding combines with the musical talent of Fivepenny Piece at the Poco a Poco Club, Stockport.
Songs from the popular group include 'King Cotton', 'They Tell us Owt' and the gentle 'Water-colour Morning'.
MIKE HARDING recalls 'Napoleon's Retreat from Wigan', and tells of Satford's part in the birth of the Blues.
Produced by BARRY BEVINS BBC Manchester
Fivepenny PieceMusician: Mike