6.40 Electricity Tariffs
7.5 Transition Metals
7.30 The Case of William Tyndale
Written and illustrated by JOHN BURNINGHAM
Presenters Sarah Long. Ben Bazell
The Norwich Union Masters from Middleton Hall, Milton Keynes.
Live coverage of the quarter-finals.
Introduced by PETER WALKER Commentators TONY GUBBA , ALAN RANSOME
The Walker Cup
Great Britain and Ireland v USA from Muirfield
HARRY CARPENTER intrOduces this afternoon's play, which could decide if the British team can add to their victories in 1938 and 1971.
4.50 Astronomy Before Copernicus
6.5 Widowhood - A Life after Death
6.30 Evaluating Arguments
A fortnightly look at community action, presented by Ian Breach and Ann Hunter Derry ...
City divided by conflict, home of the civil rights movement where community initiative has always been strong. With unemployment way above the national average, the Derry Youth and Community Workshop offers 100 unemployed young people training in new skills, whilst placing equal importance on their control over workshop decisions. Thin is Beautiful?
Approximately one in every 200 teenage girls suffers from anorexia nervosa- obsessive loss of weight. We look at self-help groups for the sufferers of this distressing illness, where shared experience of the disease leads to recovery and understanding.
Also a very special kind of play-ground in central London for handicapped children.
A COMMUNITY PROGRAMME UNIT PRODUCTION
including a news summary with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather on 2
Ten films about the wildlife of the seashore, presented by Tony Soper 2: The Living Sea
Take one mouthful of sea water when you are out for a swim and you swallow about 500 living animals and plants. The plankton are the basis of the food web of the sea, a web which includes everything from the humble cockle to the basking shark.
Producer RON BLOOMFIELD
Book (same title), £4.25, to be published in June
Presented by Richard Kershaw with David Jessel and John Tusa
In an increasingly complicated world, week by week Newsweek disentangles, illuminates and explains an issue of current concern.
Producers PETER CERESOLE , COLIN MARTIN DAVID WALTER
Editor PETER IBBOTSON
and with and Voices of Silence
Liz Logan becomes one of a volunteer group working on a Prison Assistance Programme. Hart expresses concern about her increasingly emotional involvement with a noted political activist accused of stabbing a fellow prisoner. But his warning only succeeds in making a dangerous situation far worse ...
Written by STEPHEN KANDEL Directed by ALEX MARCH
Based on the novel by JOHN JAY OSBORN JR
James T Hart:
The Norwich Union Masters from Middleton Hall , Milton Keynes
The final stages of a feast of table tennis which began two days ago with 16 of the leading players in the world.
First, news of the semi-finals played earlier this evening, and then live coverage of the Final.
Who will be the first to call himself the Master of table tennis? Will he be Japanese, Chinese, Hungarian, Czech - or English? Introduced by PETER WALKER Commentators TONY GUBBA , ALAN RANSOME
Producer JOHNNIE WATHERSTON
continues the DOUGLAS siRK season starring Charles Coburn
Rock Hudson , Piper Laurie
An irascible millionaire, Samuel Fulton , decides to visit some impoverished relatives to find out whether they are ' worthy ' of his fortune. In this enchanting small-town musical, Charles Coburn plays the rich uncle who discovers that wealth and power do not necessarily equate with happiness. This is one of Sirk's most lighthearted films, revelling in the atmospheric portrait of America during the flapper period.
Screenplay by JOSEPH HOFFMAN based on a story by ELEANOR a. PORTER Produced by TED RICHMOND
Directed by DOUGLAS SIRK . Films: page 21
The Walker Cup
Great Britain and Ireland v USA from
Muirfield HARRY CARPENTER reports on the second and final day's play in this 27th contest for the Walker Cup. Commentators
PETER ALLISS , MARK MCCORMACK CLIVE CLARK and ALEX HAY
Producers RICHARD TILLING and FRED VINER Editor DAVID KENNING