7.40 History of Mathematics
8.5 Education in Britain
8.30 Writing History
8.55 Psychosexual Differences (2)
9.20 Schooling for the Masses
9.45 Handicapped in the Community
10.10 Oedipus Tyrannus
11.0 Geophysical Techniques
11.50 Energy in the Home - Building for the Future
12.15 Mr Galileo was Correct
12.40 Paris Exhibition 1900
1.5 Maths - Matrix Transformations
1.30 Roots of Equations
1.55 Unemployment in the 1930s
2.20 Educational Research Methods
2.45 The Baroque Organ
Starring George Baker, Belinda Lee, Delphi Lawrence, Adrienne Corri, Diana Wynyard
Five very different young women arrive at St Augustine's Hospital to take up a nursing career. But their romantic image of their chosen profession soon comes into conflict with the harsh and demanding reality of hospital life...
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Based on the novel "A Lamp is Heavy":
A Day on the Town
Justin Case , Peter Wear take you from A-ZZZOO with comedy and music. Guests:
John Hodkinson , Rosita Yarboy
Musical director PETER PETTINGER
Film editor ROY DEVERELL
Graphic designer RICHARD MARKELL Designer ROGER CANN
Production JUDY WHITFIELD Executive producer CYNTHIA FELUATE
The Cancer Detectives of Lin Xian Chinese scientists are trying to unravel the mysteries of cancer.
The programme in which the BBC hands over air time to the public. Tonight:
The London Cycling Campaign present Blazing Pedals
' Our programme takes a cheerful and witty glance at a much-ignored but rapidly-growing form of transport - the proud and humble bicycle. More people bike to work than go by all the railways in Britain combined - so why aren't there better facilities for them? We show what could be done and how and why the bicycle is not the vehicle of the past, but of the present ... and in an oil-scarce society of the future.'
Made with the help of the COMMUNITY PROGRAMME I'NIT
A Personal Statement by Milton Friedman
2: The Tyranny of Control
The value of the pound is so high that company bosses say they cannot export. At the same time, imports of consumer goods get cheaper and cheaper, forcing many manufacturing companies towards the brink of bankruptcy. So what should the Government do?
' Nothing,' says Professor Friedman, ' Great Britain became great because she adopted policies of Free Trade.'
MILTON FRIEDMAN argues his case against central planning and control in a special film report from India, Japan and Britain. And in the studio Peter Jay chairs a discussion between Milton Friedman and his opponents.
A VIDEO ARTS TV LTD film Executive producer MICHAEL PEACOCK
Director GRAHAM MASSEY Producer MICHAEL LATHAM Studio presentation PETER JAY
Editor PAUL ELLIS
James Cagney , George Raft
This hard-hitting social melodrama features Cagney as a young newspaper man who is framed and sent to jail because of his attempts to expose the corruption of the local political administration. In prison he teams up with notorious gangster ' Hood' Stacey.
Screenplay by NORMAN REILLY RAINE and WARREN DUFF
Produced by JACK L. WARNER Directed by WILLIAM KEGHLEY
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A cool comedy of disruption by STEPHEN DAVIS with Richard Pasco and Elizabeth Bell
Gregory has troubles enough when Ella moves him out and sets him up for a job with the radio people. Suspicions of infidelity can make the world a disturbing place. But then he still has to meet the new neighbours ...
Studio lighting PETER BOOTH Script editor MICHAEL ROLFE Designer MICHAEL EDWARDS
Produced by MICHAEL WEARING Directed by JOHN GLENISTER BBC Birmingham
from the Royal Academy of Arts
BBC Television's outside broadcast cameras take a look at the most important loan exhibition of Post-Impressionist paintings ever gathered together, currently open to the public at Burlington House, Piccadilly, London, home of the Royal Academy.
With French paintings inevitably predominating the exhibition, the guides are
John House and MaryAnne Stevens who have selected the French paintings, with Frederick Gore , RA who talks about some of the British paintings at the exhibition. Music played by the London Saxophone Quartet and Terence Judd
Produced by KEN GRIFFIN
Cornel Wilde Rip Torn
Burr Debenning Patrick Wolfe
The Pacific, 1943: the beach is on a Japanese-held island where an American assault force, most of them raw recruits, suffer heavy casualties.
Cornel Wilde is director as well as star of this simple, compassionate anti-war film, with the horrors of battle, powerfully and realistically reconstructed.
Screenplay by CLINT JOHNSTON
DONALD A. PETERS and JEFFERSON PASCAL from the novel by PETER BOWMAN
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