S 40 Design Strategies. 7.5 Physiological Adaptation (2). 7.38 Memory and Forgetting.
A programme for Asian women
Producer ASHOK RAMPAL Director KRISHAN GOULD BBC Birmingham
Story: Titimus Trim by LYNLEY DODD. Presenters Carol Leader, Don Spencer
The Gillette Cup: Semi-finals
PETER WEST introduces further coverage of one of today's matches
4.50 Immunology Overview. 5.15 Homogeneous Catalysis. 5.40 International Aid. C.30 The ' Art ' of Charlotte Bronte.
Lucy falls for Alan Beam when she sees him stand up to J.R. in a heated argument. But the scene has been cleverly staged by J.R. himself. And for his part, Beam is only too eager to cash in on Lucy's admiring infatuation.
Written by LORAINE DESPRES
Directed by LESLIE MARTINSON
(Another episode tomorrow at 7.0)
including sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
Champions of crown green bowling compete in the BBC2
Invitation Pairs Tournament
Match 2: Gene Bardon (Yorkshire) Cliff Bordley (North Midlands) v Terry Turner
(Warwicks and Worcs)
Keith Widdowson (Derbyshire)'
The second quarter-final of this new pairs competition brings together four really first-class bowlers.
GENE BARDON (1978 Top Crown Champion) is paired with CLIFF BORDLEY (1977 John Player Champion) and they will have an extremely tough match against TERRY TURNER (1979 John Player Champion) and KEITH WIDDOWSON , a young player with merit titles under his belt.
Introduced by Richard Duckenfield from the Waterloo Hotel, Blackpool Commentator HARRY RIGBY
Producer KEITH PHILLIPS. BBC Manchester
continues a season of distinguished film adaptations from London and Broadway productions. starring
Brock Peters Melba Moore
,Based on Alan Paton 's explosive novel about racial tensions in South Africa, this unusual musical adds a richly evocative score and sensitive lyrics to the original drama. The story of a small-town pastor who goes to Johannesburg to find his son, forms the narrative basis to a devastating indictment of the repression and racism that dominate South Africa. Brock Peters repeats his award-winning stage role in this tale of moral courage and integrity.
Screenplay by ALFRED HAYES
Based on the novel Cry, the Beloved Country by ALAN PATON Music by KURT WEILL
Produced by ELY A. LANDAU Directed by DANIEL MANN
(First showing on British television") Films: page 13
When Water Was King
Fortunes were made and lost, mills rose and fell. Whole communities sprang up and withered away.
In this programme, Dr Peter Fowler goes in search of the long-lost industries once powered by the streams of Somerset - from the papermakers of Wookey Hole to the world-famous Mendip iron-masters.
Film editor BERNARD GOODSALL Producer MARGARET BENTON
CHARLES WHEELER and ROBIN DAY report from the Democratic Convention in New York.
PETER SNOW and PETER HOBDAY present analysis and background to world events.
Including the latest news and weather forecast from LINDA ALEX ANDER, plus the evening's sports results from SHAUN BROWN. Editor GEORGE CAREY
The Gillette Cup: Semi-finals
PETER WEST introduces highlights of one of today's matches.
Producer NICK HUNTER