6.40 Alternative Technology Centre
7.5 Conditioning and Learning
7.30 Moholy - Nagy
Story: Mirror Mix-up by Margaret Joy
Presenters Evelyn Skinner, Chris Tranchell
England v New Zealand from The Oval
-The final session of play on this last day.
Introduced by PETER WEST
6.10 The Spread of Lutheranism
6.35 The Earth's Magnetic Field
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
Ten programmes in which
PROFESSOR BERNARD WILLIAMS asks: Can philosophy resolve some contemporary moral dilemmas?
3: Life - at any cost?
How sacred is life? An elderly patient asks for death. Is there a difference between killing and letting die? A child is born severely deformed and handicapped with spina bifida. How hard should doctors strive to maintain its life?
Producer CHRIS JELLEY
Gerald Harrison introduces this, the first BBC2 brass band knock-out competition. Programme 1: Round 1 from Stockport,
North West Area Champions
Fairey Engineering Works Band conducted by WALTER HARGREAVES v
London and Southern Area Champions
The Hanwell Band conducted by BARBARA STONE who battle it out for a place in the first semi-final, and a chance to win £1,000. Judges:
Lt-Col Trevor L. Sharpe , mvo, OBE
Whilst the judges are deliberating Peter Skellern re-creates his hit' You're a Lady' accompanied by THE HANWELL BAND
Sound KEITH BARLOW
Lighting BARRY THOMM Designer CHRIS BULL
Producer KEN GRIFFIN
Lt-Col Trevor L.
One Pair of Eyes, the celebrated series of highly-personal films, ran for eight years-1967-1974. For this series one programme from each of those years has been selected.
1970: John Skeaping painter and sculptor of animals, describes his approach to art in I Draw as Though I Were a Horse Writing his Autobiography
"Today we are not as dependent on animals as we once were. Our approach to animals is largely based on sentiment-we like to credit them with human intelligence - and animal art has come to be regarded as a lower form of art."
John Skeaping believes passionately that animal art can only survive if it is based on a true relationship between man and beast. Tonight he describes how he has found such a relationship among the animals of the Camargue, in the South of France, where he lives and works.
The last of six programmes featuring the host of artists to be seen during the spectacular Tenth International Festival of Country Music in the Wembley Arena over the Easter holidays. Tonight
Dick Damron , Dave & Sugar Don Everly, Merle Haggard Commentator DAVID ALLAN
Show organiserMERVYN CONK Director RICK GARDNER Producer DOUGLAS HESPE
by CHARLES DICKENS
Dramatised in six parts by HUGH LEONARD. Part 1 starring
Peter Bourke , Derek Francis Derek Godfrey , Nigel Havers Robert James , Hilary Mason Patricia Routledge
A second chance to see this dramatisation of one of the most entertaining and sociologically interesting of all Dickens's novels. The story, packed with incident, humorous and tragic, follows the fortunes of a young man and his sister when cruel fate brings them face to face with the harsh reality of life and work in early Victorian England.
Producer BARRY LETTS
Director Christopher BARRY
(First shown on BBC1)
Miss La Creevy:
Mr Alfred Mantalini:
Miss Fanny Squeers:
Seasoned from Above
Mizen Head is the most south-westerly tip of Ireland, the very last bit of the homeland that many a departing family saw as they exported their empty bellies hopefully to the new world. Now in this part of the world there are just unroofed houses and empty schools. But even in the best of times the living was harsh and the food basic.
Introduced by DEREK COOPER
Film editor PETER MARSH Produced bvCYRIL GATES BBC Manchester
The Cornhill Insurance Test Series
England v New Zealand RICHIE BENAiD introduces todav's hiehliehts.
Producer DAVID KENNING
Georgine Anderson reads
The Undertaking by JOHN DONNE