6.40 Curriculum Design and Development
7.5 Design for Life
7.30 Whose Timetable?
Story: "Henry Hatter" by Daphne Jones.
Presenters Delia Morgan, Chris Tranchell
(Repeated on BBC1 at 4.20pm)
Author of story:
The Cornhill Insurance Test Series
England v India
The final afternoon s play from Lord's.
6.05 Harmonic Analysis: 2
6.30 Falling Leaves and Beating Hearts
or how to enjoy drinking
At the bar - Brian Trueman
5: The Choice M Yo Mrs
Roy is a young man who can drink more than 12 pints a night with no trouble at all. George is 30 years older and used to be a heavy drinker. But he went through a drinking nightmare that could have cost him his life. Are Roy and the other young men like him running the same risk?
Producer DAVID CORDINGLEY
(first shown on BBC1)
including a news summary with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
In the fifth programme of this series, filmed in the King's Room of the attractive 15th-century manor Godolphin House in Cornwall, the distinguished Hungarian violinist Sander Vegh, whose recordings of the Beethoven string quartets with The Vegh Quartet are considered by many to be definitive performances, works with the Atshuth Quartet from Germany on Beethoven's E flat major Quartet, Op 74 (The Harp). with ULB!CH ALSHUTH, REGINE ALSHUTTt
WERNER ZASCHKE and RAINER LAKGE
Photography ELMER cossEY Dubbing mixer JOHN HALL Film editor AKKA AMBxost Directed by PETER WEST
Sander Vegh's Masterclasses at the international Musicians' Seminar in Cornwall were made possible by the support of Marks & Spencer Ltd.
from Corfe Castle
The First of three programmes in which Brass Tacks leaves its Manchester base, and visits places where local problems concern us all.
Mr Hardy's Trip to Wessex
In the week President Carter was appealing to the American people for dramatically changed attitudes to energy conservation, Brass Tacks invited Charles Hardy, consultant, to advise the villagers of Corfe Castle in Dorset on how best they can save fuel.
Tonight the villagers join the debate about resources for tomorrow's world - a debate in which they are already directly involved.
Research CAROLE CALBwELt. Director GEORGE GREEN
Producer MN STEpmNSON
Editor ROGER LAUGnroN. BBC Manchester
If you want to take part in the Brass Tacks debate, either phone a participating BBC radio station immediately after the programme (detail on the air and on Local Radio pages of RADIO TIMES) or write to Return Call, Brass Tacks. BBC tv, [address removed]
A comedy film series starring with
Somebody Has to Say They're Sorry
It's all a mistake, but Rhoda is arrested for soliciting.
Written by MARTfN R)FS. JOSEFB STARETSH Directed by TONY MOMtxn
by THOMAS HARDY
Dramatised by DENNIS POTTER
The last of seven episodes starring with Jack Gateway , Janet Maw
Lucetta has died as the result of a malicious trick. Elizabeth-Jane and Henchard are reconciled but his peace is short-lived after her real father comes to claim her. Unable to bear losing her, Henchard pretends she is dead.
MUStC by CARL DAVtS
Producer JONATHAN rowtLL
Directed by BAVtB GILES (RepcaO
John Ward , RA painted by John Gouriet
WARD: ' Always I'm amazed that people select one to have a portrait painted - it's a tremendous act of faith - of course sometimes one makes the most ghastly mess. ' It's part of the duty of a portrait painter to see that the sitter is entertained.'
This last programme of the series concentrates on the artist as JOHN WARD accepts his own challenge of keeping the sitter amused.
Producer mcHAEL LUMt.ET
United States PGA Championships from Oakland Hills: one of four major competitions in world golf.
The Cornhill Insurance Test Series
Ritchie Benaud introduces the final day's highlights