7.40 History of Mathemetics. 8.5 Marina.
8.30 Music and Images. 8.55 A Normal Child? 9.20 Cloister to Cloister? Part 2. S.45 Handicapped in the Community.
10.10 Interior Decoration. 10.35 Welfare and Politics - Sweden. 11.0 Microfossils.
11.25 Properties of Enzymes: 2. 11.50 Personality and Learning. 12.15 Complex Human Ecosystems: 2. 12.40 Berlin Siedlungen. 1.5 Conflict in the Family.
1.30 Functions of Random Variables. 1.55 M101/11 Differentiation. 2.20 Dutch Heat.
Starring Ann Blyth, Edmund Purdom, David Niven, George Sanders with Roger Moore
The ambitious Duke of Brampton, confidant of Charles II and one of the richest men in England, plans to eliminate his rivals one by one - and eventually to oust the King himself.
David Niven, unusually cast as the villain, is joined by two young British actors then at the beginning of their Hollywood careers - Edmund Purdom and Roger Moore - in this swashbuckling adventure of treachery and intrigue at the Court of Charles II.
Films: page 19
Based on a story by:
Duke of Brampton:
Sir Gilbert Talbot:
A weekly magazine programme featuring community action and self-help projects from all around the country, presented by Ian Breach and Ann Hunter.
Unemployment amongst school leavers is rising. A generation with no future could become the biggest social problem we've yet to face. Is short-term work experience worthwhile? Or can we really create jobs?
And new-town blues in Telford, where a neighbourhood project has had its hopes dashed. They want better community care to cope with mental health problems -particularly a drop-in centre, to help combat boredom and isolation.
And ' Heard It ...': Grapevine's information exchange.
Produced by the COMMUNITY PROGRAMME UNIT
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The third day of this five-day meeting, featuring the closing stages of this afternoon's main class, the Everest Double Glazing Trophy. The total prize money is 13,000 with a third to the winner. Commentator DORIAN WILLIAMS
The Embassy World Professional Snooker Championship
By the end of the day the finalists will be known.
DAVID VINE reports with coverage of the afternoon's play.
Susan Hill takes the chair as three of the past week's television programmes are discussed by three critics. The programmes this week: An Experience of India (BBC2)
Not the Nine O'Clock News (BBC2) Coronation Street (Granada)
Producer FRANCES WHITAKER
The Middlesex Sevens from Twickenham Introduced by Nigel Starmer-Smith
The final Saturday of the season is the time for players and supporters to let their hair down at Twickenham in this traditional festival of sevens rugby.
Two hundred and sixty clubs have fought it out in qualifying rounds to join last year's victors RICH-MOND, runners-up LONDON SCOTTISH as well as guests HARTLEPOOL ROVERS and LANSDOWNE in the final 16. Commentator BILL MCLAREN
Director JOHN PHILIPS Producer HUW JONES
' If the person questioned is a self-possessed, controlled individual, then the questions may have to be provocative to make him " give ".' (ROBIN DAY, 1975) In the second of this series of conversations, Bernard Levin talks to one of the more redoubtable figures in broadcasting.
Twenty-five years of current affairs broadcasting, a formidable knowledge of politics, strong views on television's political role, an incisive mind and swift tongue, uniquely fit Robin Day for the hot seat, though he has been most reluctant to take it in the past.
In a recent interview he granted to a young boy on Jim'll Fix It, we learned why he wears a bow tie; today we learn about the man behind it as he talks about his personal and professional philosophy.
Director ROY CHAPMAN Producer COLIN ROSE
Editor JOHN SHEARER. BBC Bristol Preview: page 21
The Embassy World
Professional Snooker. Championship
One finalist is already known, the other will emerge after the evening's play. DAVID VINE introduces highlights as the Championship approaches its climax.
Vladimir Ashkenazy, brilliant pianist and conductor, visited Shanghai recently to give a Master Class, a recital, conduct the Shanghai Philharmonic Orchestra, and to observe the re-establishment of Western music to the Chinese culture, now that the restrictions of the Cultural Revolution have been lifted.
Filmed at the Conservatory of Music in Shanghai and including music by Tchaikovsky, Mozart and Vaughan Williams.
Further coverage from Sheffield.
starring John Garfield
Ann Sheridan , Pat O'Brien
Despite his corrupt political connections, gangster Tommy Gordon is finally tried and sent to prison. When the sympathetic warden allows him out to visit his dying girlfriend, Tommy gets involved in a murder for which he takes the blame. This prison drama is an excellent remake of the classic 20,000 Years in Sing Sing, based on the book by the warden of America's infamous penitentiary.
Screenplay by SETON i. MILLER
BROWN HOLMES , COURTNEY TERRETT from the book by WARDEN LEWIS E. LAWES Directed by ANATOLE LITVAK Films: page 19
Guinn ' Big Boy '