7.40 Argument from Design. 8.5 At the Hawk's Well. 8.30 Ghent Altarpiece. 8.55 Cognitive Potential. 9.20 Behaviour Therapy. 9.45 Sir Edward Frankland.
10.10 Portraiture. 10.35 Comparative Politics. 11.0 Mineralisation in Cornwall.
11.25 Oxidative Phosphorylation (1).
11.50 Personality and Learning. 12.15 Central Place Theory. 12.40 Adolf Loos.
1.5 Wolverton for Pride: Analysis. 1.30 Estimation. 1.55 Intramolecular Re-, arrangements. 2.20 Emotion.
Starring Sophia Loren, Omar Sharif
Fond of the sporting life, Prince Ramon cares little about affairs of state or the orders of the King of Spain that he should marry. Then he meets Brother Joseph, a monk with the power of flight, and a beautiful peasant girl, Isabella. Life for Prince Ramon will never be the same again.
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Brother Joseph of Copertino:
Mr Ludwig 's Tropical Dreamland
The extraordinary story of the Jari project - a private city state the size of Wales, carved out of the Amazon jungle by American billionaire Daniel K. Ludwig.
The project raises a multitude of questions; economic, ecological and political. It's a pioneering high-risk enterprise on a scale which could only have been tackled by the richest man in the world. Narrator PAUL VAUGHAN
Film editor JOHN STOTHART Written and produced by VIVIENNE KING
The programme in which the BBC hands over air time to the public. This evening: Just a Chunk of Metat presented by the Swadlincote Rifle and Pistol Club
" That's all it is - just a chunk of metal. Shooting is a sport - it's our sport. Like many thousands of men and women in this country, rifle and pistol shooting has become their first love-well almost. As a sport it isn't widely known, and in our programme we'd like to "explode" some of the myths, and open up some of the facts.'
Made with the help of the COMMUNITY PROGRAMME UNIT
Introduced by Richard Duckenfield The 1979/80 season belongs to Yorkshire clubs. The First Division champions are BRADFORD NORTHERN, who also took the John Player Trophy, and the HULL sides between them won the BBC2 Floodlit Trophy and the State Express Challenge Cup.
The programme reflects on their successes and looks at the other major talking-points of the season.
Producers BRIAN ROGERS , KEITH PHILLIPS
Written and presented by Patrick Nuttgens
Patrick Nuttgens likes modern architecture. He looks at the achievements of post-war British architects and finds much to admire. Something like St Paul 's Cathedral cannot be built today; there's neither the money nor the need. What society wants is schools, hospitals, homes - buildings which respond to modern technology and modern needs. Patrick Nuttgens takes us on an odyssey from a housing estate in Leeds to an insurance company in Ipswich, a leisure centre in Swindon, a school in Edinburgh, London's National Theatre and the extraordinary headquarters of the Halifax Building Society.
"Clear, articulate statement of how the liberal, detached architect sees his role in the world." (Time Out)
"Spendidly-spirited defence of the varied manifestations of the modern movement." (Architectural Review)
Executive producer CHRISTOPHER MARTIN Producer DENIS MORIARTY
' Over the years, I have again and again asked fellow believers in a free society how they managed to escape the contagion of their collectivist intellectual environment. No name has been mentioned more often as the source of enlightenment and understanding than Friedrich Hayek 's.'
(MILTON FRIEDMAN )
Tonight Bernard Levin talks to Friedrich Hayek , who won the Nobel Prize for Economics in 1974. Born in Vienna at the turn of the century, he became a naturalised British citizen in 1938, and now lives in West Germany. Throughout his life he has been the scourge of those who advocate a planned ' society.
Director ROYCHAPMAN. Producer COLIN ROSE Editor JOHN SHEARER. BBC Bristol
The London Festival
Ballet in La Sylphide Choreographer
PETER SCHAUFUSS after August Bournonville
Music : HERMAN LOVENSKJOLD
JOHN DRUMMOND introduces the opening production in BBC2's Dance Month 1980, which comes direct from the stage of the London Coliseum. Peter Schaufuss 's brilliant re-creation of the full-length romantic ballet won him the Evening Standard Ballet Award for 1979.
Set in the glens of Scotland, the ballet tells the story of James, a young farmer, who loses his heart to a sylph and for her sake deserts his human bride-to-be on the eve of their wedding. The evil witch, Madge, traps James and his sylph with a magic scarf - and, for once, evil triumphs!
Designer DAVID WALKER Lighting JOHN B. READ ORCHESTRA OF LONDON
FESTIVAL BALLET conducted by TERENCE KERN
Television lighting JOHN MASON Television sound GRAHAM HAINES
Vision mixer GRAHAM GILES Director DEREK BAILEY t
Geraldine Chaplin , Ana Torrent
Carlos Saura 's drama of life - and death - seen through the eyes of a child, won the Special Jury Award at the 1976 Cannes Film Festival. Ana, aged 9, lives an intense fantasy relationship with her dead mother, of whom she has tender memories. Then she observes the death of her father, in the arms of his mistress, and begins to believe that she has powers of life and death ...
Written and directed by CARLOS SAURA (A Spanish film with English sub-titles) (First showing on British television) Films: page 15
Broadway Melody of 1940 starring
Tonight's Midnight Movie continues the theme of the BBC2 Dance Month with the flashing feet of Fred Astaire and Eleanor Powell beginning the beguine.
Cole Porter orchestrates this backstage story of a dance team struggling for success.
Screenplay by LEON GORDON from a story by JACK MCGOWAN and DORE SCHARY Music and lyrics by COLE PORTER Directed by NORMAN TAUROG
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The next Dance Month programme is tomorrow at 6.45 pm
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