7.40 Men and Mountains 8.5 E222 Course
Review. 8.30 Liszt and Nature. 8.55
Therapeutic Community. 9.20 Just an Accident? 9 45 The Rise of Electricity.
10.10 Sizwe Bansi is Dead. 11.0 Geology of the Red Sea. 11.25 Nature or Nurture. 11.50 Educational Research Methods 12.15 The Universe Yesterday. 12.49 Architecture and Design.
starring Randolph Scott Adele Jergens
At the end of the Civil War, a former Confederate officer arrives in Arizona hoping to start life anew. But he soon finds himself involved in a new, private war with Jacob Stint , his sworn enemy.
Screenplay by RUSSELL HUGHES from the novel by CLARENCE KELLAND BUDDINGTON Produced by SAUL ELKINS
Directed by EDWIN L. MARIN. Films: page 25 and at 2.40
Man Behind the Gun starring Randolph Scott Patrice Wymore
Masquerading under the name of ' Rich Brice ', Major Ranse Callicut of the US Cavalry boards the stagecoach bound for Los Angeles. His mission: to uncover a plot to take Southern California out of the Union.
Screenplay by JOHN TWIST from a story by ROBERT BUCKNER Produced by ROBERT SISK
Directed by FELIX E. FEIST. Films: page 25
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The Haig Whisky Tournament
Players' Championship from Moortown, Leeds
Live coverage as the leaders play the closing holes of the third round.
The Unipart World Team Matchplay The Final
At the start of the championship the holders, England, were expected to retain their title and win the £6,000 first prize, with America tipped as their opponents. Over recent years the other countries have improved so much that this prediction could be upset.
Certainly today's final will be played in a tense atmosphere and in front of an excitable crowd, who will in the end show their appreciation to the winning team of 1980. Introduced by PETER PURVES from the Club Fiesta, Stockton
Manchester University's radio telescope and its programme of research into deep space were brought about by the vision and inspiration of one man. With his retirement in prospect. Professor Sir Bernard Lovell talks to Brian Redhead about the struggle to establish Jodrell Bank and some of the results it has produced. Reporter FRANK MELLOR
Producer BOB MOZLEY
The Welsh Centenary Season Wales v An Overseas XV from the National Rugby Ground, Cardiff Arms Park
In the first match of their Centenary Season, Wales take on a team selected from the Non-International Board countries that play Wales. These are Argentina, Canada, Fiji, Japan, Romania, Tonga and USA. It will be a team full of players who love open running rugby. The Welsh selectors will be looking to counter these talents as well as to establish a XV for the match against New Zealand in November. Commentator BILL MCLAREN
Introduced by NIGEL STARMER-SMITH
Organised by the Welsh Rugby Union in association with Barclays Bank Director DEWI GRIFFITHS
Series producer huw JONES
by ERNEST RAYMOND , dramatised in five parts by JULIA JONES
2: Unable to stand the strain of their secret affair, Myra has disappeared. Without her, Paul is desolate and finds life with Elinor increasingly unbearable.
A new production by the Singers Company
BBC2 celebrates next week's centenary Of JACQUES OFFENBACH'S death with an inventive production of one of the composer's wittiest operas, La Perichole.
Set in 18th-century Peru under Spanish colonial rule, it tells the story, based on fact, of a street singer. La Perichole, who catches the eye of the Viceroy, much to the alarm of her boy-friend,
Piquillo. PETER KNAPP 'S production is sung in English and begins in a Paris boulevard caf6 where Offenbach is supervising his small but energetic company of singers in a dress rehearsal.
The cast includes with ANN MACKAY , SUSAN MOORE
JENNIFER HESLOP , RICHARD SUART HUGH HEATHERINGTON
ADAM SARGENT as cousins, courtiers, Peruvians and Spaniards, and TOM LAWLOR as the Old Prisoner
Music arranged and conducted by JOHN OWEN EDWARDS
Choreography by SALLY GILPIN
Recorded in Chichester Festival Theatre Lighting TOMMY THOMAS SoundVIC GODRICH
Executive producer HERBERT CHAPPELL Producer PETER BUTLER
The Unipart World Team Matchplay
Highlights of the week's championship, which includes a look back at today's final and some of the most exciting matches over the last seven days.
Introduced by PETER PURVES from the Club Fiesta, Stockton
The Haig Whisky Tournament
Players' Championship from Moortown,
Leeds PETER ALLISS introduces the highlights of the third round.