6.40 Maths - Isomorphisms
7.5 Resources in Sound
7.30 Project FAMOUS
4.50 The Image of Empire
5.15 India: Politics and Social Change
The classic serial in 13 episodes
7: Shattering Doom
Flash faces death by electrocution in King Vultan's furnace-room.
. (Part 8 tomorrow)
Two years of patience are rewarded for Richard Philps , a retired Doctor of Medicine, as he turns his camera to the heart of the Dartmoor Woodlands. He records the crab spider in pursuit of its prey and the dance of the wood ant and is intrigued by the foxglove, which was once used in medicine. Narrator TOM SALMON
Photography RICHARD PHILPS
Film editor GEOFFREY CRAWFORD Producer DAVID R. WAY
The Embassy World Indoor Bowls
Edited highlights from the match at the Coatbridge Indoor Bowling Club, near Glasgow.
Over five days ten champions have been reduced to two finalists. Tonight's winner will be the World Indoor Bowls Champion 1980. Commentators ALAN WEEKS and GRAHAM HOWARD
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
Arts on the Cheap?
The Arts in Britain face a critical year as vital grants are eroded by inflation and public-spending cuts. In the West End and the provinces, severe cutbacks seem inevitable in traditional and experimental work. What will this mean to the artists, to the audience and to the quality of the Arts in Britain?
Richard Kershaw reports.
Producer BARRY LANGRIDGE Editor PETER 1BBOTSON
' Is it an austerity everlasting lollipop? '
No it isn't ... it's one of an intriguing collection of curiosities with which Julian Pettifer challenges this week's special guests, Lulu and Paul Daniels.
In this, the final programme of the present series, regular panellists Wilf Lunn and Debby Swal low are put on the right track by a team from British Rail Engineering Ltd.
Producer COLIN ROSE
Assistant producer IAN FELL
Editor JOHN SHEARER. BBC Bristol
Ten films set in one of Britain's top boarding schools for boys.
8: 'You're so close to Eton .. < you can beat them '
Radley College has a reputation for producing first-class oarsmen and race-winning crews. The school's commitment to preserving this reputation is huge, both in time and in money. But 79 is not a vintage year. As the day of the prestigious National Schools
Regatta approaches, the Radley First VIII coach is a worried man. His crew is not fast enough.
But deliverance is at hand. An Old Radleian arrives at the College looking for a job. He is no less than ex-Olympic oarsman Tim Crooks , and his expertise could just tilt the balance.
BAVID FEIG. PAUL HOULSTON Film recordist chris KING Film editors
ANDREW WILLSMORE , ROBERT BROWN Executive producer ROGER MILLS Producer RICHARD DENTON
A fictional chronicle in four parts based on real events.
4: The Saving Remnant
1942-45: Josef, Berta and Karl Weiss are sent to Auschwitz, but Moses and the small band of resistance fighters in the Warsaw ghetto stave off the German troops for almost three weeks. Rudi is captured and sent to Sobibor, a prison camp in Eastern Poland. The situation seems grim, but the end of World War II is in sight.
PETER SNOW, CHARLES WHEELEK , JOHN TUSA and PETER HOBDAY report and analyse the significant events of the day.
At 11.15* news summary and weather from FRAN MORRISON , and sports results from DAVID DAVIES.
JOHN WESTBROOK reads The Stag by TED HUGHES