7.40 Brickworker. 8.5 Energy and Rockets. 8.30 M101/14 Taylor Polyno mials. 8.55 Oil - It All Depends. 9.20 Diffraction in Action. 9.45 Red Grouse.
10.10 Systems Organisation. 10.35 Chemistry of Carbon Compounds. 11.0 Behaviour of Functions. 11.25 Perception.
11.50 Who Represents Whom? 12.15 Telephone Switching (1). 12.40 Schrodinger Wave Equation. 1.5 Ring of Steel. 1.31 Engineering Dynamics.
The John Player League featuring
Surrey v Nottinghamshire
Remembering the 1950s, a revitalised Surrey side are looking for a similar run of success. When the two counties met last year however, Nottinghamshire carried the day. PETER WALKER introduces the programme, which includes news of today's other fixtures.
Commentators at the Oval JOHN ARLOTT and JIM LAKER
TV presentation BOB DUNCAN , DENIS KELLY
Tales of Beatrix Potter
A film starring Dancers of the Royal Ballet
The Royal Ballet takes up the theme of BBC2's Dance Month in an enchanting musical interpretation of five of Beatrix Potter 's stories. All the best-loved characters created by the ever-popular Victorian author are included, led by Mrs Tiggy-Winkle , danced by choreographer Frederick Ashton.
Music composed by JOHN LANCHBERY Produced by RICHARD Goodwin
Directed by REGINALD MILLS. Films: p 15
Pigling Bland/Peter Rabbit:
Black Berkshire Pig:
Mrs Pettitoes/Tabitha Twitchit:
Squirrel Nutkin/Tom Thumb:
COX the Butler:
A feature film starring
Spencer Tracy , Robert Wagner
Spencer Tracy in one of his most powerful roles as Matt Devereaux , a ruthless cattle baron who has built up a ranching empire and expects his sons to follow him. When Devereaux finds himself in conflict with the mining interests which threaten to pollute his water, he looks to his sons for help. But family loyalties are strained by his tyrannical action.
Screenplay by RICHARD MURPHY based on a story by PHILIP YORDAN Produced by EDWARD DMYTRYK
Directed by SOL c. SIEGEL. Films: page 15
A series of eight programmes
6: How Much Should You Tell? Robert Robinson talks to:
Antony Alpers , author of a frank biography The Life of Katherine Mansfield
Colin Middleton Murray , whose father's first wife was Katherine Mansfield and who wrote about his parents in One Hand Clapping and Shadows on the Grass
Nigel Nicolson , who described the unorthodox relationship of his parents, Vita Sackville-West and Harold Nicolson , in Portrait of a Marriage
Sean Day -Lewis, who recently published a biography of his father C, Day Lewis.
Did any of the biographers have any qualms about how much they revealed of their subjects?
Director TONY TYLEY
Producer JOHN ARCHER
On 1 June 1955, founder members of the EEC met in conference at Messina in Sicily. Today, 25 years later, the community they established is beset by disagreement and heading towards insolvency. Yet new countries are queuing to join - first Greece, then Spain and Portugal. In The Money Programme Nick Clarke and Diane Harron examine whether the addition of these new members will make the Community's problems worse or compel EEC leaders to re-examine its rules and regulations before bankruptcy becomes a reality.
Invitation to the Dance starring Gene Kelly
BBC2's Dance Month continues with this unusual film combining live action, pantomime and animation in an. all-dancing movie, created by Gene Kelly. The film consists of three separate ballet sequences, completely different in story and setting, but each bearing Gene Kelly's distinctive choreographic style.
Circus music by JACQUES IBERT
Ring Around the Rosy music composed and conducted by ANDRÉ PREVIN
Sinbad the Sailor based on music by RIMSKY-KORSAKOV
Cartoon sequence by HANNA-BARBERA Produced by ARTHUR FREED
Direction and choreography by GENE KELLY. Films: page 15
The next Dance Month programme is on Wednesday at 7.30 pm
Girl on the stairs:
Sinbad the Sailor Scheherazade: