6.40 Psychology. 7.5 The Sense Organs.
Story: The Weather Stopped by SUE CHARLTON
Told by Julie Stevens
Chloe Ashcroft , Ben Bazell
4.50 Social Work in Schools. 5.15 Dynamic Aspects of NMR. 5,40 Fractional Distillation. 6.5 M101/9 Iteration. Convergence. 6.30 Electricity and Magnetism.
The Power Game
Christian religion centres on one man's death. Christians claim that one of the results of this death is to help people to challenge the powerful forces which shape human society. Tonight this claim is considered by Pauline Webb.
(Tomorrow at 6. 55 pm: Linda Mary Evans )
Ten programmes about horsemanship, of interest to both rider and spectator. 4: Dressage
DAVID VINE meets JENNIE LORISTON-CLARKE and her horse Dutch Courage - medal winners at the 1978 World Championships.
Advisers THE BRITISH HORSE SOCIETY
Director RICHARD SIMKIN
Producer .JOHN DOBSON , BBC Bristol
including a news summary with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
Covering motor-racing's Formula One World Championship
The US Grand Prix West from California
Highlights of last night's race on the tight 2m circuit that twists its way around the streets of the Pacific resort of Long Beach - a track that's been called 'The Monaco of the West'. After two wins for France's Jacques Laffite and the Ligier team in South America, and a Ferrari 1-2 in South Africa, last year's winner Carlos Rautemann and World Champion Mario Andretti, winner in 1977, were out to score the first Lotus victory of 1979.
Commentator Murray Walker.
TV presentation by CRS
starring Johnny Mathis at the Royal Albert Hall in London
The first half of an exciting two-part concert recorded for BBC Television during a recent triumphant tour of this country. Musical director JIM GANDUGLIA Solo harp THELMA OWEN
THE MIKE SAMMES SINGERS
Sound CHRIS HOLCOMBE
Lighting HUGH CARTWRIGHT
Designer ROGER MURRUY-LEACH
Production YVONNE LITTLEWOOD (Part 2 on Monday 23 April)
A new topical comedy programme with Christopher Godwin
John Gorman , Rowan Atkinson
Designer BOB COVE
Studio director BOB SPIERS
Producers JOHN LLOYD and SEAN HARDIE
A Mediterranean Prospect
The Mediterranean Sea is said to be slowly dying. Every town from Athens to Alexandria, from Barcelona to Beirut uses it as a dump for raw sewage and industrial effluent.
But, as a result of determined efforts by a Yugoslav marine biologist who now runs the United Nations Mediterranean Action Plan, and by concerned groups in the coastal towns and villages, something is being done.
This film shows how the mayor of a small town in Turkey deals with too much detergent, how a French industrial complex the size of Paris has reduced its pollution by 90 per cent, how scientists in Athens plan to use the sea itself to keep tourist beaches healthy, how the Egyptians are struggling with pollution caused by poverty and how the Algerians have changed their minds.
But can there really be effective co-operation between European and African countries, between Turkey and Greece, between Israel and Syria? Can the survival of their sea draw them together in a way that other international problems cannot?
Narrator RAY MOORE
Film editor M. A. c. ADAMS ,
Editor SIMON CAMPBEEL- JONES '
Written and produced by PETER JONES
M. A. C.
The King and I
For David Oxtoby, Elvis is king. He's been painting rock 'n' roll stars since the 50s, much to the bemusement of the art establishment. Most of the paintings in this film-of Presley, Haley, Gene Vincent etc - were stolen and subsequently burnt by Italian bandits and so Arena presents a unique chance to view the work of this entertaining but ill-starred artist.
Journey to the Surface of the Earth
Last year the artist Mark Boyle attained the singular distinction of occupying the entire British pavilion at the Venice Biennale astonishing visitors with a Sardinian mountainside, a ploughed field and a Liverpool pavement. Since pioneering light shows with Jimi Hendrix and the Soft Machine he has devoted his life to travelling the world, recreating with uncanny accuracy six-foot-square replicas of the Earth's surface.
Subject (The King and I):
Subject (Journey to the Surface of the Earth):
Director (The King and I):
Director (Journey to the Surface of the Earth):
A series of eight programmes
In these programmes people are invited to give first-hand accounts of something that has real personal significance for them. 7: Through a Glass Darkly
Ian Wilson regarded himself as ' conversion proof' until he came across the famous Shroud of Turin. His researches into this historical mystery had an unexpected effect on his life.
' As medical and historical details more and more pointed to the Shroud being genuine, I began to realise I was studying the image of a real man.'
Producer INGRID DUFFELL
Series producer SHIRLEY DU BOULAY
Book (same title), £3.00, from bookshops i The Silent Witness, an investigation into the mystery of the Turin Shroud is on BBC1 on Thursday at 19.20 pm)
Gwen Watford reads On Finding a Ruined Church Closed to the Public by BARBARA NORMAN