7.40 Simp Supervisor 8.5 Equilibrium Rules. OK 8.30 M101/32 Catastrophe Theory S.55 Handicapped in the Community. 9.20 Measurement and Power.
9.45 Maths - Vector Spaces. 10.10 Computers - File Processing. 10.35 At the Hawk's Well. 11.0 The Grand Inquisitor.
11.25 Sir Edward Franklund. 11.50 Language Development 12.15 Man's Experience of the World 12.40 The Argument from Design. 1.5 Public Expenditure - Too Much? 1.30 A Portrait of Summer School.
The John Player League
BBC outside broadcast cameras cover the whole of one of today's most attractive matches.
Matches being played today are: DERRYSHIRE MIDDLESEX
GLAMORGAN r WARWICKSHIRE
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Introduced by PETER WALKER Commentators
JOHN ARLOTT and JIM LAKER
BOB DUNCAN and JOHN MCNICHOLAS
A digest of the news of the week plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear.
With Richard Baker
Editor RICHARD GAMBLE
Narrated by TOM FLEMMING
A kaleidoscope of the most delicate and beautiful insects in the world. That beauty has proved irresistible ever since the days when early collectors bagged the huge and elusive birdwings of Papua New Guinea with shotguns.
But there is more to butterflies than pinned specimens, or even the magical transformation from caterpillar to chrysalis to adult. Territorial British butterflies fight off intruders. Australian armoured caterpillars live in ants' nests. The amazing monarch butterfly migrates thousands of miles, wintering in a secret hideout in Mexico. There, 20 million monarchs clustered in a few acres of forest form one of the most dazzling spectacles in the world.
Music composed by SIDNEY SAGER Film editor ANDREW NAYLOR Written and produced by ROBIN CRANE
Series editors MICHAEL ANDREWS andANTHONY ISAACS BBC Bristol
starring Eileen Atkins
Her eyes gave her away. By her eyes and the deep circles under them you saw that she was a dreamer, that she was vulnerable -too vulnerable ever to make a success of a career of chance.'
The writer Jean Rhys died on Monday, 14 May. Her novels about women, first published in the 30s. are read and admired today by a rapidly growing audience.
Dramatised scenes from her books take us into the drifting world of the Jean Rhys heroine. And there is a rare interview with JEAN RHYS herself. with ANTHONY AINLEY , TEKENCE BAYLER CAROLINE BLAKISTON , NOEL DAVIS
SANDOR ELES , AGNES STANLEY
Directed by TRISTRAM POWELL (First shown in 1974 on BBC1,
by Fyodor Dostoevsky
The BBC2 Classic Serial dramatised in three parts by Jack Pulman
starring John Hurt, Timothy West, Sian Phillips, Anthony Bate
Part 3: Obsessed with the fear that Porfiry suspects him, Raskolnikov has promised to tell Sonia who killed the old pawnbroker and her sister. He has returned to his room unaware that a greater danger awaits him there.
(First shown last Tuesday)
opens a season of international films with the accent on murder: tonight starring
Elliott Gould , Nina Van Pallandt
Raymond Chandler 's famous Los Angeles detective is brought defiantiv into the 70s by director Robert Altman. Elliott Gould as Marlowe attempts to help a friend accused of murder, and finds mystery, suicide and blackmail.
Screenplay by LEIGH BRACKETl Produced by JERRY BICK
Directed by ROBERT ALTMAN. Films, page 19 (First showing on British television)
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