7.40 San Francisco Railway: 4
8.5 The Fabric of Life
8.30 M101/5 Mathematical Induction
8.55 Learning Difficulties
9.20 Transformer Core
9.45 Maths: Chebyshev Polynomials
10.10 Computers: Future Developments
10.35 The National Health Service
11.0 Curriculum Design and Development
11.25 Open Forum
11.50 Titian: Three Paintings
12.15 Conversing with Computers
12.40 Iron Bridges
1.5 The Press
The John Player League
Today's match could decide the Championship.
With only two matches left to find The John Player League Champions for this year, the competition is intense. Any lapse of concentration in batting, bowling or fielding could cost the match and a chance to share the prize money.
The matches being played today are:
GLAMORGAN V KENT; GLOUCESTERSHIRE V WARWICKSHIRE; LANCASHIRE V NOTTINGHAMSHIRE; LEICESTERSHIRE V SURREY; MIDDLESEX V SUSSEX;
SOMERSET V DERBYSHIRE; WORCESTERSHIRE V ESSEX
Introduced by PETER WALKER
Commentators JOHN ARLOTT and JIM LAKER
Television presentation BOB DUNCAN and RICHARD TILLING
(BBC Cymru/Wales only: GLAMORGAN V KENT)
Followed by Rugby League results
A digest of the news of the week, plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear. with Richard Whitmore
Editor RICHARD GAMBLE
A party of 20 children take a final holiday from school and enjoy a week in Switzerland. They see the wood-carvers of Brienz, the cheesemakers of Niedermuhlen, bears in Berne and they go up and down the mountains by cable-car and by rack and pinion railway.
It is a holiday full of new sights and sounds - but they see only the sights as they are all profoundly deaf.
Introduced by Bill Northwood
(This will be a milestone in the history of television. For the first time anywhere in the world, a programme will be transmitted to two sets of viewers at the same time. For most viewers it will be seen as a normal programme. but for deaf viewers with Ceefax sets it will be seen with a visual commentary. There will be sub-titles but, for the first time ever, only for Ceefax viewers who want them),
A new series of the musical quiz in which
Joseph Cooper as questionmaster invites you to match your musical wits against
Valerie Pitts , David Attenborough Robin Ray
Designer PAMELA LAMBOOY sound ANTHONY PHILPOT
Lighting GERRY MILLERSON Producer WALTER TODDS Director HELEN MORTON
by George and Weedon Grossmith dramatised in nine parts by Basil Boothroyd
"We settle in our new home, and I resolve to keep a diary."
The first of three programmes recorded in Nashville, Tennessee Introduced by Glen Campbell featuring Ray Charles
Tammy Wynette , Crystal Gayle
Songs included in part one: ' Rhinestone Cowboy 'Galveston' and ' Wichita Lineman '.
Musical director BILL WALKER
Executive producer JOSEPH CATES
(Part 2 next week introduced by Dolly Parton)
(Sing Country Extra: Wed 9.25 pm)
The Week into War 2 September 1939
The sixth in a nightly series of modern television news bulletins which look at events of the week 40 years ago. Newsreader TOM MANGOLD
Studio director ANN FREER Producer PHILIP SPEIGHT
by ALAN BENNETT
Since Mr Dodsworth retired he had all the time in the world; then he had a caller ... Miss Prothero. starring and Narrator ALAN BENNETT
It was such a rich little comedy that it seemed larger than a mere two-hander.
I would listen to Alan Bennett if he were doing nothing but reading the cocoa futures. (THE GUARDIAN)
Incidental music by GEORGE FENTON Producer INNES LLOYD
Director STEPHEN FREARS
Jean Gabin , Francoise Arnoul
Renoir's affectionate, gay, witty evocation of Paris in the 1880s pervades his romantic story of the founding of the famous Moulin Rouge music-hall.
Screenplay by ANDRÉ-PAUL ANTOINE and JEAN RENOIR
Directed by JEAN RENOIR . Films: page 17
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