7.40 Revolution of 1848. 8.5 Ezra Pound.
8.30 Magic in the Web of Art. 8.55 Perceptual Demonstration. 9.20 Biscuits (1).
9.45 The Gambler: Dostoevsky. 10.10 The Imperial Roman Army. 10.35 China: Politics and Social Change. 11.0 Oil.
11.25 The Action of Lysozyme. 11.50 Josh's File. 12.15 Problems of Pollution.
12.40 R. M. Schindler. 1.5 Bronze Casting. 1.30 Bi-variate Normal Distribution.
1.55 Dynamic Aspects of NMR.
A cartoon feature
Matt is a boy who finds himself pitted against the village landlord, Lord Blackheart; and all because one day Blackheart tries to deprive Matt of his best friend and constant companion ... a goose.
Based on a narrative poem by MIHALY FAZEKAS
Music by FRANZ LISZT , arranged by TAMAS DAROCZI BARDOS
English version directed by LOUIS ELMAN for DE LANE LEA, London
A HUNGAROFILM production
A Day in the Country
Justin Case , Peter Wear spring into comedy and music. Guest Mandy More
Musical director PETER PETTINCER
Film editorROY DEVERELL
Graphic designer RICHARD MARKELL
Designer ROGER CANN
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
starring Dean Martin
Anna Maria Alberghetti
Millionaire Ray Hunter arrives in Rome intending to add another hotel to his empire, but instead, falls in love with two beautiful sisters, Maria and Nina Martelli.
Screenplay by LASLO VADNAY , ART COHN WILLIAM LUDWIG and LEONARD SPIGELGASS
Produced by JOE PASTERNAK
Directed by RtCHARD THORPE.
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We are all living on a giant magnet and it would be surprising if biological organisms were not affected by it in some way ...
from Buckler's Hard, Hampshire, where Judy Lines and Bob Bond take a further look at some of the ' trailer-sailors ' available to the family cruising.
In the second of two programmes we feature some of the larger boats currently available.
Producer KEN GRIFFIN
starring Joan Sutherland
Live from the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden
A performance of a new production of DONIZETTI'S opera with Libretto by FELICE ROMANI after VICTOR HUGO 's melodrama
Donizetti's melodic opera tells of Lucrezia Borgia's love for her illegitimate son, Gennaro, who does not know she is his mother. Gennaro's friends, especially Maffio Orsini, hate and despise Lucrezia for her murderous deeds. The i jealousy of Alfonso, Lucrezia's fourth husband, who believes Gennaro is his wife's lover, and Lucrezia's revenge for insults made against her lead to tragedy when she inadvertently poisons her own son.
Richard Bonynge conducts the Royal Opera Chorus
Chorus-master JOHN BARKER Orchestra of the Royal Opera House leader MEYER STOLOW
Production sponsored by the Royal Opera House Trust
Producer JOHN COPLEY
Scenery JOHN PASCOE
Costumes MICHAEL STENNETT
Stage lighting ROBERT BRYAN
Introduced by HUMPHREY BURTON
Sung in Italian with English sub-titles byGILLIAN WIDDICOMBE Sound by GRAHAM HAINES
Lighting by JOHN WILSON
Directed by BRIAN LARGE
For the best effect viewers with stereo Radio 3 should turn off TV sound and position their speakers on either side of the screen, but a few feet away. Stereo headphones provide a suitable alternative
During the first interval:
The Legend of the Borgias
A Chronicle programme filmed in Rome and the Italian castles of the Borgia family.
Written and narrated by MICHAEL ADAMS
Directed by KENNETH SHEPHEARD
Lucrezia Borgia Duchess of Ferrara:
Maffio Orsini, Gennaro's friend:
Alfonso d'Este, Duke of Ferrara:
Rustighello, follower of the Duke:
Agents to the Duchess:Astolfo:
Friends of Gennaro:Liverotto:
Act 1: Ferrara 9.25*
During the second interval:
We meet Joan Sutherland and her husband Richard Bonynge in an informal conversation recorded after the dress rehearsal earlier in the week.
Starring Jean Simmons, Trevor Howard with Sonia Dresdel, Barry Jones, Kenneth More
Dismissed from the Secret Service, David Somers takes a job cataloguing a butterfly collection owned by Nicholas Fenton. When Fenton's beautiful niece Sophie - a strange disturbed girl - is suspected of murder, Somers decides to help her flee from the police...
Trevor Howard stars in this atmospheric British thriller in the Hitchcock style, filmed on a variety of locations throughout Britain.
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