8.5 Energy: Closing the Gap. 8.30 M101/ 30 Algebra. 8.55 Silicon Solar Cells.
9.20 Images and Information. 9.45 Circadian Rhythms: 2. 10.10 Interface Bus.
10.35 Igneous Rocks and Metal Ores. 11 The Steam Locomotive. 11.25 Discussion on Reading Education. 11.50 Mechanics - Rutherford's Atom. 12.15 Upper Clyde Shipbuilders. 12.40 Brake Testing. 1.5 Reunion Discussed.
The Girl Can't Help It
starring Tom Ewell, Jayne Mansfield, Edmond O'Brien
and featuring Julie London, Ray Anthony, Barry Gordon, Fats Domino, The Platters, Little Richard, Gene Vincent, The Treniers, The Chuckles, Johnny Olenn, Nino Tempo, Eddie Cochran, Abbey Lincoln, Eddie Fontaine
From the frenzied heights of the rock 'n' roll era, a lively comedy about a small-time theatrical agent who is commissioned by a one-time gangster to turn his current girl-friend into a pop star.
Screenplay by FRANK TASHLIN and HERBERT BAKER , based on a story by GARSON KANIN. Produced and directed by FRANK TASHLIN. Films: page 15
and at 4.30
starring Elvis Presley, Lizabeth Scott, Wendell Corey
A young hillbilly singer is hired by press agent Glenda Markle as a 'gimmick' to boost the waning popularity of Tex Warner's cowboy band - and is an immediate success.
Elvis's role in this rock 'n' roll classic paralleled his own phenomenal success as a rock idol.
Screenplay by HERBERT BAKER and HAL KANTER. from a story by MARY AGNES THOMPSON. Produced by HAL B. WALLIS
Directed by HAL KANTER. Films: page 15
Hilda, the maid:
Walter ' Tex' Warner:
Including sub-titles for those who cannot hear. With John Edmunds
Presented by Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton
The stories and issues that most affect our jobs, earnings, family budgets and national prosperity. Reporters PAUL BARRY
NICK CLARKE , JOHN WATKINSON
Editor DAVID LLOYD
Colombia is a complex country where Spanish, African and Indian races have blended to form a new culture. It has produced unique forms of music and dance, as* attractive as any in Latin America and much less well-known than those of Brazil or Argentina. The roots of this new culture are explored with the help of Manuel Zapata Olivella, an anthropologist whose own ancestry includes the three races of Colombia.
Film cameraman KEN LOWE
Sound recordist DENNIS PANCHEN Research HUGO SABOGAL
Film editor ARTHUR BENNETT .
Producer and narrator JULIAN COOPER Series editors ANTHONY ISAACS and PETER JONES. BBC Bristol
Eight films on modern art and a century of change. Written and presented by Robert Hughes 3: The Landscape of Pleasure
Not all modern art protests. Much of the best art of our century has celebrated the experience of pleasure. This film shows its manifestations of joy, harmony and sensual fulfilment. From the dazzling landscapes of the late Impressionists to the erotic nudes of Picasso and the serene interiors of Matisse, they found their liberation of colour and form in the South of France and the Mediterranean. This landscape of well-being is the setting of the film.
Film cameraman JOHN MCGLASHAN Film editor MARTIN CRUMP Produced by LORNA PEGRAM
.Robert Hughes's written version of this programme will appear in The Listener, dated 9 October
Bach's six Partitas for unaccompanied violin are among the very greatest and most demanding solo works in any violinist's repertoire. BBC2's Sunday night music series continues with a filmed public performance of Partita No 6 in E major, given by Itzhak Perlman. It was recorded at one of BBC Radio 3's weekly lunchtime concerts in St John 's, Smith Square, London - built in the same decade in which Bach's music was written. Introduced for the radio audience by PATRICIA HUGHES
Film editor PETER HEELAS
Director CHRISTOPHER NUPEN Produced by ALLEGRO FILMS
lain Macleod - The Tory Rebel
Ten years ago, a Chancellor of the Exchequer died in office just a month after moving into No 11 Downing Street. He was IAIN MACLEOD - throughout the 1960s the one potential Conservative leader the Labour Party really feared.
Tonight, in the week of the Conservative Party Conference, Anthony Howard looks back on the life and career of the man who as Colonial Secretary turned 'the wind of change' in Africa into a reality. Branded as 'too clever by half', was Macleod too much of the bridge-playing tactician for his own good? Or was he rather a Celtic romantic with whom the Conservative Party never quite felt at ease?
Among those assessing the often controversial record of the greatest Tory orator of modern times are his widow Lady Macleod of Borve, his one-time cabinet colleagues Lord Butler, Lord Boyle and The Rt Hon Enoch Powell, MP, his most formidable white antagonist in Africa Sir Roy Welensky, together with two of his former political opponents at home, The Rt Hon James Callaghan, MP, and Lord Lever.
Film editor MARGARETTE BENDALL Producer ALISTAIR BROWN
The Kodak Masters Bowls Tournament
From Beach House Park, Worthing. The Final
Fhe last programme of the competition which has featured eight of the world's leading flat green bowlers, who have displayed remarkable skills. Introduced by DAVID VINE
Commentator DAVID RHYS JONES
Producer JOHNNIE WATHERSTON
continues a season celebrating Hollywood's 'new wave' directors of the 70s, starring Richard Dreyfuss, Ronny Howard
A small Californian town: 1962. Four friends - about to leave for college - get together for a typical night's entertainment, centred on chasing girls and baiting the local police. This free-wheeling, highly-entertaining film has a memorable music score - made up of 50s' rock hits - which did much to ensure the movie's sensational box-office success.
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(First showing on British television)