7.40 Crime. 9.5 Measuring the Earth and the Moon. 8.30 M101/2 The Binomial Theorem. 8.55 Seeing through Drawings. 9.20 Your Own Optics Laboratory. 9.45 Vienna: Stripping the Façade.
10.10 Seeing the Future. 10.35 Chemistry of Carbon Compounds. 11.0 The Binomial Theorem. 11.25 The First Years of Life - Clash! 11.50 Energy in the Home. 12.15 Filters. 12.40 Instrumentation. 1.5 Brick by Brick. 1.30 Time, Money and Technology. 1.55 Classical Greece.
2.20 Concorde Case Study (1). 2.45 Pilgrimage. 3.10 Talking to Children. 3.35 Landscape. Maps and the Historian. 4.0 The Mackenzie File. 4.25 The Animal Kingdom. 4.50 The Parliamentary Expenditure Committee.
England v Wales Scotland v France
BILL BEAUMONT'S England, after victories over Ireland and France, threaten to dethrone Wales, who will look to their backs to stop them. Scotland seek a first win in 14 matches against a dispirited French team. Commentators at:
Twickenham BILL MCLAREN Murrayfield NIGEL STARMER-SMITH TV presentation BILL TAYLOR , BILL MALCOLM
Series producer HUW JONES followed by Rugby League results
Plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear.
With Richard Whitmore
Editor RICHARD GAMBLE
Peter Hobday reports on the people and the events that affect your money, your savings and your business affairs.
Each week in The Money Programme there are reports from companies in the news and on how decisions that their bosses make affect jobs, prices and future prospects.
Editor PAUL ELLIS
Deputy editor CLIVE SYDDALL
A duel of words and wit between Arthur Marshall
Diane Keen , Roy Marsden and Frank Muir
Prunella Gee , Nikolai Tolstoy Referee Robert Robinson
Devised by MARK GOODSON , BILL TODMAN Director ALAN BELL
Producer JOHNNY DOWNES
A series of eight programmes narrated by David Attenborough 6: Artists in Exile
In the south of France, on the banks of the picturesque river Lot, an old army camp has been transformed into a Vietnamese village. For 24 years it has provided a home for refugees, and it is unique in having preserved an extraordinary cult of spirit possession which can no longer be found even in Vietnam.
In each of their homes, the cult members have a colourful shrine where images of the Buddha stand amid an array of spirit images, dolls sumptuously clad in robes of silk.
Among the old ladies of the cult are a select few who have been chosen as mediums, and in ceremonies which last many hours they rapidly enter trance, dancing before the shrines in the robes of the spirits which possess them.
Film cameramen NAT CROSBY. joiin HOOPER Research SUE HAYCOCK
Film editor TONY HEAVEN
Produced by MICHAEL MACINTYRE
a programme of ballads, songs, operetta and grand opera with guest
Orchestra conducted by ROBIN STAPLETON
Designer MICHAEL WRIGHT Producer HYWEL WILLIAMS BBC Cymru/Wales
Introduced by Colin Irwin
This Wide World of Entertainment programme is a cross between a Mardi Gras and a village carnival: Cambridge is an annual rediscovery of hippiedom. Thirty thousand pilgrims trek east to live in tents for three days - all in the cause of the biggest folk music festival in Europe. It features some of the world's best folk acts. Maddy Prior
Telephone Bill and the Smooth Operators
Loudon Wainwright III Rockin' Dopsie and the Cajun Twisters
Doc Watson and Friends Richard Digance
The Boys of the Lough Ry Cooder , Louis Killen
Woodstock Mountains Revue Tannahill Weavers
Recorded at the Cherry Hinton Hall , Cambridge
Festival organiser KEN WOOLLARD
Lighting JOHN STERLING. Sound ALAN FOX Producer DON SAYER
ANDREW BIRKIN'S award-winning trilogy starring Ian Holm.
1: We Set Out to Be Wrecked
1897: a quiet afternoon in Kensington Gardens. A little boy in a red tam-o'-shanter realises he is being watched by a small man with a huge St Bernard dog. The man is J. M. Barrie ... Peter Pan has not yet been written ...
Superlative (THE TIMES) This sensitive and beautifully crafted masterpiece (DAILY TELEGRAPH) A parabola of pleasure (GUARDIAN)
Music composed by DUDLEY SIMPSON Lighting SAM BARCLAY
Designer BARRY NEWBERY Producer LOUIS MARKS
Director RODNEY BENNETT
Music composed by :
J M Barrie:
Sir George Lewis:
Savoy Grill manager:
Six programmes presenting music by the world's best songwriters. Music director TORRIE ZITO ARTHUR WATTS (bass) ALF BIGDEN (drums)
ROTHSTEIN STRING QUARTET
Production YVONNE LITTLEWOOD