7.40 T. S. Eliot and America. 8.5 Electricity and Magnetism. 8.30 Magic in the Web of Art. 8.55 An Abattoir for Ibadan?
9.20 Bi-Variate Normal Distribution. 9.45 Two Yorkshire- Families. 10.10 Art and Environment. 10.35 Man-Powered Flight (3). 11.0 Ecological Sampling. 11.25 Dynamic Aspects of NMR. 11.59 Learned Income.
12.15 The Venetian Twins. 1.5 The Einstein Tower. 1.30 Solving Linear Equations.
William Holden , June
Allyson Barbara Stanwyck , Fredric March Walter Pidgeon , Shelley Winters Paul Douglas , Louis Calhern
When the dynamic president of the giant Tredway Corporation dies suddenly, a ruthless struggle for power develops ...
Directed by ROBERT WISE
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The final stage of today's Speed and Endurance phases of this world-famous equestrian test with 50 or more top riders from eight countries competing for the Whitbread Trophy. Introduced by RAYMOND BROOKS -WARD
Commentators DORIAN WILLIAMS and MICHAEL TUCKER
The Royal Institution Annual Christmas Lectures to Young People. A series of six programmes
2: The Outer Solar System and Life The Big Planets used to be thought too far from the Sun to be possible sites for the evolution of life. But Professor Carl Sagan has actually made a Jupiter atmosphere in his laboratory and here he explains that life on Jupiter is not out of the question.
Presented for television by STUART HARRIS and KARL SABBAGH . Preview p 19
International Tennis from Monte Carlo , featuring the Men's Singles Semi-finals from this major World Championship of Tennis tournament, which has attracted almost all the world's top players, including Bjorn Borg , Guillermo Vilas , Vitas Gerulaitis , Hie Nastase and Ken Rosewall. Commentator DAN MASKELL The European Badminton Championships The Finals
England have high hopes of at least one title. Commentators
JUDY HASHMAN , RODDY MACCRIMMON
Vladimir Ashkenazy , one of the world's foremost pianists, is developing a parallel career as a conductor.
Tonight, for The Lively Arts Ashkenazy season, he conducts Symphony No 5, in E minor by TCHAIKOVSKY, with the Philharmonia Orchestra leader CARL PINI
This is preceded by a conversation with Humphrey Burton in which ASHKENAzy recalls his musical education in Moscow and discusses his approach towards interpreting Tchaikovsky's Fifth. Recorded at the Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford
Sound JEFF BAKER
Lighting BERT OATEN
Producer RODNEY GREENBERG (Tomorrow: Ecstasy - the music of Scriabin)
A series of new plays from Birmingham
Shall I See You Now by MARY O'MALLEY
'This is not exactly a mental hospital, is it? I mean, it's not like a lunatic asylum. They don't have anybody raving mad in here.' Carmel has a lot to learn about her new surroundings.
Script editor MICHAEL WEARING
Designer DAPHNE SHORTMAN
Producer TARA PREM
Director PEDR JAMES
The feature film starring Ben Gazzara , Peter Falk John Cassavetes
Gus, Harry and Archie, thoroughly shaken by the death of a close friend, get very drunk and cannot face returning home, or to work. On an impulse, they catch a plane to London, in search of love, companionship and liberation.
John Cassavetes ' comedy of American married rebels is followed tomorrow night by Wives, Anja Breien 's picture of three women on the spree in Oslo.
Written and directed by JOHN CASSAVETES (First showing on British television) Films: page 17
starring Alan Aida as Hawkeye and Mike Farrell as B.J. in The Gun
starring Barbara Stanwyck
Barry Sullivan , Ralph Meeker
On a camping holiday Doug and Helen Stilwin and their small boy drive to a remote beach on the Mexican coast. Doug falls from a derelict jetty inextricably trapping his leg. With the tide rising, Helen frantically drives off for help.
Based on a story by MAURICE ZIMM Directed by JOHN STURGES
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