10.35 Imagination in Mathematics - Catastrophe Theory. 11.0 The PreSchool Child - Going Shopping. 11.25 Consumer Decisions - Turning on the Heat 11.50 Health Choices - ' See-Saw ',
Introduced by Antony Hopkins
Tomorrow night the fifth annual Schools Prom opens at the Royal Albert Hall. Developed from the National Festival of Music for Youth, the concerts involve over 2,000 talented youngsters.
In this programme guest conductor ANTONY HOPKINS looks back at some of the outstanding performances of the 1979 Schools Prom.
For the Schools Prom: Director DEREK JEWELL
Producer LARRY WESTLAND
For BBCtv: Lighting GEORGE JAKINS Sound KEITH HARLOW
Producer KEN GRIFFIN
British Ice Dance Championships from Nottingham Ice Stadium
No other country in the world, apart from the Soviet Union, has the strength and depth of British ice dancing. Britain's main hopes for European and World skating medals, JAYNE TORVILL and CHRIS TOPHER DEAN defend their title against a strong field.
Commentator ALAN WEEKS
Producer DAVID KENNING
(Sponsored by Noir After-shave)
starring Deanna Durbin with Franchot Tone, Pat O'Brien
Visiting her brother in New York, Ann Carter is dismayed to discover that he is not a millionaire as she hoped. In fact he works as a butler. Luckily his boss is a famous and wealthy composer. Equally luckily, Ann is blessed with a lilting soprano voice. Now all she has to do is convince Charles Gerard that she can be a Broadway star.
Screenplay by SAMUEL HOFFENSTEIN and BETTY REINHARDT Produced by FELIX JACKSON Directed by FRANK BORZAGE
Eight programmes drawn from 1920s and 30s home movies. 5: The Lemming Factor
At a certain time of year the inhabitants of this island suddenly display an uncontrollable urge. Front doors are flung open, begonias and budgerigars abandoned. In every mind there is but a single thought. The need for a ritual cleansing at the sea shore. Written and narrated by JOHN JULIUS NORWICH
Film editor DAVID WYATT
Producer MARGARET MCCALL
with sub-titles for those who cannot hear. With John Edmunds
Editor RICHARD GAMBLE
Presented by Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton Reporters PAUL BARRY
NICK CLARKE , JOHN WATKINSON
Editor DAVID LLOYD
! Feast or Famine
Introduced by Tony Soper
A modern purse net could easily engulf St Paul 's Cathedral. It can take hundreds of tons of fish in one swallow and is just one of the high technology tools used by fishermen hunting for the dwindling resources around our coasts.
The vast shoals of herring have all but gone from the North Sea; the new bonanza is the silver mackerel to the west of Britain. But are they doomed to follow the herrings' decline? Can we secure a future for fish and fishermen alike?
Produced by NEIL CLEMINSON
DAVID PEAT and CHARLES LAGUS
1 Film editor RON MARTIN. Series editois
PETER JONES and ANTHONY ISAACS
A serial in six parts by JACK RONDER 2: There are no Scotch Jews
Edinburgh, 1903. Moshe Kaydan has married Rivka. Their fight against poverty is a bitter one, but ignorance and prejudice are even greater enemies.
Designer CAMPBELL GORDON Producer PHARIC MACLAREN
Directed by TOM COTTER. BBC Scotland
Rudolf Serkin at Carnegie Hall
In a rare public concert recorded for television, this legendary pianist admired for both his performing and academic abilities, celebrates his 75th birthday by playing Schubert's Piano Sonata in B flat, Op posth (D960)
Introduced by HUMPHREY BURTON
Directed by JIM EDDINS
A Yesterday's Witness series of six programmes.
3: The Escape of HMS Amethyst
On 18 April 1949, His Majesty's Frigate Amethyst set sail from Shanghai up the Yangtze River to relieve the British Embassy in Nanking. China was in the throes of the Civil War between Chiang Kai-shek's Nationalists and Mao-Tse Tung's Communists and the next morning Amethyst came under heavy fire from the Communist forces on the north bank of the river. Seven of Amethyst's officers and ratings recall the attack and HMS Amethyst's subsequent 100 days' imprisonment in the river; a captivity that was only brought to an end by a dramatic dash for freedom.
Editor SAXON LOGAN
Written and produced by CHRISTOPHER COOK
(Winas orer Waziristun: 7 December)
Woody Allen , Diane Keaton
1812: a prison somewhere in Russia. Boris Grushenko awaits his execution (for a crime he did not commit) and stoically looks back over his all-too-short life.
Woody Allen is at his most anarchic and irreverent in this frantic parody on Russian literature - and its filmic derivations. Inspired by the Marx Brothers and Ingmar Bergman , this is a comic highlight in this season of famous films of the 1970s.
Produced by CHARLES H. JOFFE
Written and directed by WOODY ALLEN
Woman in hygiene class: