C.40 Loudspeaker Telephones. 7.5 Instrumentation in Train Development.
7.30 Maths - Fourier Transforms.
Story: I'd Like to Try Some Wimberry Pie by JOHN DALE
Photographs by BARRY BOXALL Presenters
Carol Chell , Michael Mann
4.50 Education Technologique. 5.15 Chardin and the Female Image. 5.41 Palladio: Three Villas. 6.5 M101/25 Modelling, Pollution. 6.30 Solar Cells.
with music by STRAVINSKY
Strange events take place at the Shrovetide Fair in St Petersburg. A showman presents his puppet theatre but after their performance his puppets - Petrushka, the Ballerina, and the Moor-appear to come to life, and Petrushka is in danger.
Narrator KATHRYN HARRIES
Animation BURA AND HARDWICK Puppets ALAN PLATT
Director MADDALENA FAGANDINI Producer JOHN HOSIER
including sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
A Place for a Million Birds
On the stretch of Morecambe Bay looked after by the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds and at their reserve just inland, something like 170 species drop in each year. Two men spend their life working to keep the territory attractive to birds and they are rewarded by some of the most exciting flying displays to be seen in Britain. Narrator DERYCK GUYLER
Music EDWARD COWIE
Photography Arthur SMITH
Written and produced by DON HAWORTH BBC Manchester
with Lyndon Brook , Virginia Stride A ten-part series examining citizens' legal rights and duties. Written by N. F. SIMPSON 4: Dainty Modes of Living
Script consultant MICHAEL MOLYNEUX Director RON BLOOMFIELD Producer TONY ROBERTS
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in the second of six television spectaculars, with her guests Freddy Cole , Paul Daniels Tony Monopoly and THE SHIRLEY BASSEY DANCERS Orchestra conducted by ARTHUR GREENSLADE
Choreographer NIGEL LYTHGOE
Script by IAN DAVIDSON , PETER ROBINSON Designer VICTOR MEREDITH Producer STEWART MORRIS
All Work and No Play
... not only makes Jack a dull boy, it also has a devastating effect on Rhoda's family life.
Directed by JAMES BURROWS Written by DEBORAH LESCRIN
Introduced by Stephen Bayley
There is real modern art in your home. Telephones and typewriters, buckets and pens are genuinely more expressive of our age than many paintings and sculpture.
Industrial designers, the people who shaped such everyday objects have for years worked to the strict uncompromising rule that Form Follows Function - or the three Fs. Now all this is changing because the internal function of machines is often little more than a chip or a printed circuit, and if designers stick to the three Fs we seem destined to end up with little black boxes.
So Horizon investigates how important our relationship with humble machines has become. How our phones and typewriters need to be recognisable and friendly. Tom Wolfe , Dieter Rams , Ettore Sottsass and Raymond Loewy offer widely-differing views on the history and present problems of industrial design, from the severe formalism of the Bauhaus to the exotic excesses of American cars from the 50s. Narrator PETER JONES
Film editor PAULINE DYKES
Written and produced by PATRICK UDEN
by J. S. BACH
Raymond Leppard introduces and directs from the harpsichord Bach's Brandenburg Concerto No 2, in v.
Andre Bernard (trumpet) Aurele Nicolet (flute) John Tunnell (violin) Robin Miller (oboe)
Scottish Chamber Orchestra
Peter Snow, Charles Wheeler , John Tusa and Peter Hobday present an informed account of what's happening in the world: special reports from the BBC's correspondents at home and abroad, investigations by Newsnighfs own team of reporters; the latest news and weather from Linda Alexander ; sports results from Shaun Brown.
Hot off the Eurovision link from Hamburg comes tonight's news, giving you a chance to develop your understanding of the German language and a German view of world events.
Presented by CORINNA SCHNABEL
Director PATRICK HARPUR Producer TONY ROBERTS