8.5 Elementary Particles. 8.30 M101/30 Algebra. 8.55 Instrumentation in Train Development. 9.20 Computing - Multiprogramming. 9.45 Electromagnetics and Electronics. 10.10 Maths - Splitting Fields. 10.35 Elections. Profits and Statistics, 11.0 Poland's Economic Development 11.25 Artists' Films. 11.50 Mechanics - Rutherford's Atom. 12.15 Men and Mountains. 12.40 Class and 1848 1,5 Staff Development. 1.30 Political Change.
Magoo's Gorilla Friend
... makes a monkey of him.
This week: Crawler from University of London Union Introduced by Pete Drummond
Luigi Nono is a composer. He is a pioneer of the new music. He is a committed Marxist. He lives, where he was born, in Venice.
This film presents his music in the context of world events and of a Venice very different from the city of renaissance art or of Thomas Mann.
Nono's statements are read by ALFRED BURKE
Photography JOHN HOOPER
MARK KARLIN , HUMPHREY TREVELYAN Film editor ANGUS NEWTON Director BARRIE GAVIN
John Tusa introduces people who have suffered under political repression.
Francis Khoo Kah Siang was a senior advocate and solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore. In 1977 he was implicated in written and televised ' confessions ' and only just escaped arrest in the confusion of the Chinese New Year celebrations. He and his wife are now living in England as exiles who hope to return home as soon as they can safely do so.
David Stayt presents a campaign 'In Praise of Femininity and the Feminine Woman'
'The equality-obsessed want to destroy the natural sex roles and the family which are the basis of human love and happiness and the driving force of all human inspiration and achievement. Their perverted indoctrination and legislation must be stopped.'
A second chance to see this series of three programmes in which reporter Harold Williamson meets the men and women who get 800 aircraft and 80,000 passengers in and out of Heathrow every day.
Departure is the story of the 12 hours up to the time when the wheels of Flight 844 bound for Australia leave the runway at Heathrow. Who helps to get this giant jumbo off the ground? And who will be on that flight and why? An emigrating family; a captain whose career can end with his next medical; a grandmother flying for the first time; and two stewardesses who reveal that life at 35,000 feet may have its moments but isn't always as glamorous as the ' Fly Me ' ads suggest.
Producer JEREMY BENNETT
Seven programmes for player, coach and spectator. 4: The Line Out
Introduced by DAVID VINE , with RAY WILLIAMS (Welsh Rugby Union) and DON RUTHERFORD (Rugby Football Union); and students from the Cardiff College of Education.
Directed by JOHN RICKWORD
Produced by JOHN DOBSON. BBC Bristol
London Division v. The Argentine The touring Pumas, captained by arguably world No 1 fly half HUGO PORTA, and with world-class full back MARTIN SANSOT , will be determined to establish their position in the top bracket of world rugby on their first visit to Twickenham.
The London team will be out to show that English rugby is on the way back, and a number of its players out to demonstrate that they are in line for international honours.
Commentator NIGEL STARMER-SMITH
Series producer bill TAYLOR
Followed by Rugby League results
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 Richard Whitmore
Editor BILL NORTHWOOD
Where it happens and why it's happening with the correspondents of the BBC in Britain and round the world.
The Year of the Ladybirds
Forest fires, emergency water supplies, the Minister in charge of Drought and a plague of ladybirds shared the headlines in the summer of 76-the driest for two centuries.
Rivers turned green, ponds vanished, fish were stranded and alien plants appeared overnight. For Britain's wildlife it seemed to be a year of disaster -but was it really? Why were there so many ladybirds? Were the trees really dying?
Two wet, cold summers later, this film made in the heat of a natural crisis now seems strangely nostalgic.
Narrated and produced by BARRY PAINE Production assistant ROBIN HELLIER Series editors MICHAEL ANDREWS and ANTHONY ISAACS
by EMILY BRONTE
The BBC2 Classic Serial dramatised in five parts Part 2 by DAVID SNODIN
Heathcliff is determined on revenge for the ill-treatment he receives from Hindley. He is sustained only by his love for Cathy, a love which is returned ... but Cathy's thoughts turn more and more to Thrushcross Grange and to Edgar Linton.
Music composed/conducted by CARL DAVIS Lighting DENNIS CHANNON
Script editor BETTY WILLINGALE Designer DICK COLES
Producer JONATHAN POWELL Director PETER HAMMOND
The Rev Graham:
The children Heathcliff:
The children Cathy:
The children Edgar:
The children Isabella:
The children Hareton:
The children Hareton:
Arrest; Damages; Protest
Rent Act; Legal Aid; Divorce Presented by Nick Ross
Investigating the law, the lawyers and the courts in action.
Reporters Norma Shepherd and Mike Dornan , with specialist advice from Michael Molyneux , look into the way the British legal system affects us all.
Director ROSALIND GOLD
Executive producer PETER CHAFER Producer HENRY MURRAY
A new version of three programmes about painting which show the beauty and splendour of master-pieces by three artists who worked for the Spanish Church and Court: Velazquez, Titian and El Greco. 1: Paintings by El Greco
For tonight's programme, El Greco 's finest paintings were specially photographed where they hang today in Toledo's churches and great Cathedral, and in the stupendous national collection of the Prado Museum, Madrid. Taking part:
Allan Braham , National Gallery
Nigel Glendinning , Professor of Spanish, London University Eric Young, art historian
Xavier de Salas , Director of the Prado Museum.
Introduced by Christopher Burstall
Enormous time and trouble hare pone into the trilogy. The colours, at once sombre and glowing, were sound reason for being glad to hare a colour set.
Highly informative and valuable, particularly for those of us who have never yet managed to make it to the Prado.
Stills photographv MICHAEL SANDERS Producer CHRISTOPHER BURSTALL
The United States Grand Prix
By satellite, highlights of this evening's race at Watkins Glen. Commentator MURRAY WALKER
After the tragic accident that cost the life of his Lotus team-mate Ronnie Peterson at Monza, Mario Andretti , from Nazareth in Pennsylvania, comes to the grid in front of his home fans as the new 1978 World Champion-the first American to win the crown since Phil Hill in 1961. British hopes tonight rest with James Hunt , winner at the Glen for the last two years, and John Watson ,
TV presentation by cas Editor JONATHAN MARTIN
continues the season of films of the 70s, starring
Jon Finch , Jenny Runacre
Jerry Cornelius , Nobel prize-winner and adventurer extraordinary, attends his father's melancholy funeral in Lapland, all the while remembering premonitions of the end of the present world. He sets out on a quest to discover the truth of the warning.
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