6.40 Silicon Solar Cells
7.5 Photoelectron Spectroscopy
7.30 Harmonic Analysis: 1
In today's programme PARVEEN MIRZA MEHERANGIZ MUNSIFF , SAFIA SIDDIQI , SHARANJIT SANDHU and LALITA AHMED discuss ' Children and Bad Language.' The story is of the Three .Little Pigs, and is followed by a ghazal sung by P. L. KAPILA
Producer ASHOK RAMPAL
An Asian Unit presentation BBC Birmingham
The Gillette Cup
Further coverage and news of today's other Second Round matches.
5.20 Tunnels and Tunnelling
5.45 Viscosity of a Liquid
6.35 Harris Tweed
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
Ten programmes in which ERICA WILSON introduces a variety of design ideas in simple stitches. 1: Satin Stitch
Director JAMES FIELD
Producer MARGARET MACLEOD
Book (same title), £4.50, from bookshops
A series about musical instruments, terms and topics. A for Air
IVOR KEYS, Professor of Music at Birmingham University, explains basic tune ' shapes ' with JILL GOMEZ (soprano)
Director UN HAMILTON Producer JOHN DOBSON
Reflecting the varied music, rhythms and moods of musicians today. This week features Marian Montgomery and Richard Rodney Bennett with the LAURIE HOLLOWAY QUINTET
Recorded at The Dome, Brighton Producer KEN GRIFPIN
Eric Robson invites people to talk about issues directly concerning them.
In a Class of Their Own
In the last ten years, small village primary schools have been disappearing at the rate of one a week. Along with the local bus services, pubs and churches, they have been quietly shut down-often without any fuss from despondent villagers who see it as the last blow to the life of their community. But suddenly country people are no longer content to allow city-based officials a free hand to destroy the very heart of their villages. They have adopted the traditional urban tactics of protest with a speed and an eagerness that has taken many officials and politicians by surprise. In Cumbria, plans to review the future of small village primary schools have had to be withdrawn and reconsidered after running into a vigorous and determined campaign to stop further closures. Brass Tacks reports from the village of Uldale - population 180. Its 200-year-old school has 24 children and was selected for review by the Cumbrian education committee along with two other schools in the area. But the committee reckoned without the deep feelings of pride the people of Uldale feel for their school. In tonight's programme, the education policy-makers, who feel there may be a case for bigger and better rural schools, talk to the villagers of Uldale, and others who fear they may be destroying something which is both small and beautiful.
Producer BRIAN JAMES Editor ROGER LAUGHTON
Mann BBC Local Radio Stations in England are giving their audience a chance to state their views on this issue - in phone-ins following Brass Tacks.
A duel of words and wit between Patrick Campbell Angharad Rees
Christopher Cazenove and Frank Muir
Suzanne Roquette Donny MacLeod
Referee Robert Robinson
Devised by MARK GOODSON and BILL TODMAN Director ALAN BELL
Producer JOHNNY DOWNES
The Tichborne Affair starring
The claim by a bankrupt Australian butcher to be Sir Roger Tich borne, missing heir to the Tichborne title and estates, led ultimately to one of the most famous British criminal trials of the 19th century. This intriguing drama recreates the twists and turns of the Tichborne Claimant's protracted legal battle with the outraged family.
Written by BRIAN PAULL and JAMES WORKMAN
Directed by CARL SCHULTZ for the AUSTRALIAN BROADCASTING COMMISSION
Five public talks on race relations. 3: Asians in Britain:
Problem or Opportunity?
Dr Bhikhu Parekh , Senior Lecturer in Politics, University of Hull
DR PAREKH is chairman of an Indian youth association and a member of the Home Office Advisory Committee on Race Relations Research. He reviews the ways the first generation of Asian immigrants have adapted to life in Britain, and considers how the second generation - with their different expectations - may react to a sense of discrimination or insecurity in our society. He goes on to explore what contributions Asians can make, and are making, to the British way of life.
Producer JOHN TWITCHIN
For details of booklet see page 33
The Gillette Cup
PETER WEST introduces highlights of one of today's Second Round matches.
Producer DAVID KENNING
Gabriel Woolf reads "The Farmer's Bride" by Charlotte Mew