7.40 Technology: Goals and Conflicts
8.5 Polluted Water
8.55 Kinship and Propinquity
9.45 Central Place Theory
10.10 BART programme 2
10.35 Debate on Community Print
11.0 Isotopes in Geology
11.25 A Local Government System
11.50 Maths: Complex Integration
1.5 Hans Scharoun
1.30 M101/14 Taylor Polynomials
continues the season of films by DOUGLAS SIRK starring
Rock Hudson , Barbara Rush
In this colourful period adventure film, Rock Hudson stars as a young Irishman who is recognised during a robbery and escapes to Dublin to play a key part in the rebellion during the early 1800s. Douglas Sirk shot much of this film on location in the beautiful Irish countryside.
W. R. BliRNETT and OSCAR BhODNEY Produced by ROSS HUNTER
Directed by DOUGLAS sirk . Films: page 21 (Tomorrow night: Shockproof)
Capt Thunderbolt (John Doherty):
Lady Ann More:
Today: Work Not Waste
Presented by the Socialist Environment and Resources Association
Where it happens, why it's happening, with BBC correspondents.
Film editing BOB SCHOLES Editor GEORGE WALKER
Tonight from BBC North: The Disappearing Coast
The 30-mile stretch of coastline between Flamborough Head and Spurn Point is vanishing at the frightening rate of seven feet a year. Householders, farmers and businessmen watch helplessly as their property crumbles away-literally before their eyes. Reporter Ken Cooper
Producer JOHN GRAHAM
Series coordinator FRANK GILLARD
Each week Michael Charlton is joined by two guest interviewers for BBC2's TV press conference.
Producer CHRISTOPHER GRAHAM
The Open University celebrates the tenth anniversary of its charter with a concert in London's Guildhall, including the first performances of two specially commissioned works by John Dankworth and Malcolm Williamson , Master of the Queen's Music.
Handel Organ Concert in F, Op 4 No 4 (soloist GERALD HENDRIE , Professor of Music) conductor Malcolm Williamson Dankworth Musica in Camera conductor Dinah Barsham (Senior Lecturer in Music)
Williamson Fanfarade conductor Malcolm Williamson fresentea DY RICHARD BAKER
Sound MARTIN PAGE
Lighting DON CRASKE Producer
Earlier this week Her Majesty The Queen opened the new extension to the Tate Gallery in London.
John Pitman speaks to some of the people involved in the building and looks at some of the works of art which will form part of the permanent exhibition.
Written by MICHAEL KERR Produced by KEN GRIFFIN
Robert Robinson with Diana Quick returns with a new series of the weekly entertainment based on words past and present and among other things sets a Conan Doyle competition, asks whatever happened to Dr Watson and talks to novelist Angela Carter.
With Frank Thornton and Joe Melia.
Profiles of ten stars from the golden age of Hollywood. Written and presented by Barry Norman 4: Spencer Tracy with personal comments from
Joan Bennett , co-star Father of the Bride
George Cukor , director Adam's Rib and Pat and Mike Garson Kanin , screenwriter, biographer and friend
Stanley Kramer , producer/director Inherit the Wind and Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?
Joe Mankiewicz , producer Woman of the Year and Fury Pat O'Brien , actor and life-long friend
Dore Schary , former head of MGM John Sturges , director Bad Day at Black Rock
Robert Wagner , actor
A well-rounded portrait of a man put forward as the best American film actor.
Director JUDY LINDSAY Producer BARRY BROWN (First shown on BBC1,
Humphrey Lyttelton introduces the third of six programmes recorded at the Montreux Jazz Festival. This week features:
Tommy Banks Big Band Dee Dee Bridgwater Chris Hinze and Gilberto Gil
Recorded by the SWISS TELEVISION service Director JEAN BOVON Producer DON SAYER
The Martini International HARRY CARPENTER introduces highlights of the second day's play from the West Course at Wentworth. Commentators PETER ALLISS CLIVE CLARK and ALEX HAY
Producers richard TILLING, FRED VINER ALASTAIR SCOTT. Editor DAVID KENNING
Katharine Hepburn with Aldo Ray
Spencer Tracy stars in this delightful comedy as Mike Conovan , a hard-boiled sports promoter with somewhat illegal connections. He becomes interested in launching Pat Pemberton. a lady golfer with great talent. His greatest problem is Pat's fiancé, who watches everything she does and invariably puts her off her stroke.
Screenplay by GARSON KANIN and RUTH GORDON
Produced by LAWRENCE WEINGARTEN Directed by GEORGE CUKOR