7.40 World Food Production. 8.5 Measuring the Earth and the Moon. 8.30 M101/2 The Binomial Theorem. 8.55 Being Black. 9.20 Computing: Introduction.
9.45 Clean Air Success. 10.10 The Binomial Theorem. 10.35 The Interested Parties. 11.0 The Pre-School Child: Joining In. 11.25 Consumer Decisions: Serve You Right! 11.50 Health Choices: 'Tell Me When it Hurts '. 12.15 Defining the Field. 12.40 Ontario: Land Use. 1.5 Going to Sea. 1.30 Ecology. 1.55 Maths: Vector Spaces. 2.20 Tower Hamlets. 2.45 Curriculum in Action. 3.10 Kepler's War. 3.35 Newton's Laws of Motion.
4.0 Charles Rennie Mackintosh. 4.25 Thomas Hardy and Cornwall. 4.50 Copper as a Resource.
The last of 13 programmes Prisoners of History
This series will be discussed in a special edition of Did You See ...? on Sunday 8 March
A digest of the news of the week and other world matters of interest seen by news cameras around the world; the interesting and the picturesque, the important and the dramatic, plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear. with Peter Woods
Editor RICHARD GAMBLE
Presented by Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton including the latest news from Futurehome 2000. The Money
Programme house of the future is now being equipped with advanced energy-saving technology. VALERIE SINGLETON examines the feasibility and cost of such installations in years to come.
Producer DAVID ROWLEY Editor DAVID LLOYD
MONEY MATTERS: page 81
The Last Great Race on Earth
The 1,200 mile Alaska Dog Sled Race from Anchorage to Nome. Narrator Ian Wooldridge
Two years ago the best dog mushers in Alaska - Indians, Eskimos and white trappers-raced the loneliest trail in the world, ' The Iditarod'. The distance is greater than from London to Rome; temperatures fall to 100 degrees below freezing, gale force winds blow incessantly from the Arctic. The non-stop pressure from other competitors forces a man to drive himself and his dogs day and night to average the 90 miles a day necessary to win this marathon. As the 56 mushers and 800 huskies raced across the desolate frozen wastes of Alaska the big question was: could Rick Swenson become the first man to win The Iditarod twice - and could either of the two women entrants finish the course?
Producer TONY SALMON Series editors
ANTHONY ISAACS , PETER JONES
Lee's Team v Fuzzy's Team for the Marley Trophy
LEE TREVINO and FUZZY ZOELLER, two of America's superstars of golf, with the aid of their celebrity Partners, oppose each other in the third match of this series.
Bruce Forsyth and Lee Trevino v
Michael Medwin and Fuzzy Zoeller Bruce FORSYTH has played in every series and retains his competitive game. MICHAEL MEDWIN makes his first appearance, but even without the help of Shoestring, the manager of Radio West acquits himself well in a very tight match.
Peter Alliss commentates and talks with the players over nine selected holes on the beautiful King's Course, Gleneagles Hotel, Scotland.
RICHARD TILLING and ALASTAIR SCOTT Producer DAVID KENNING
The Raphael Loggia
Narrated by Marius Goring
The last of three programmes
One of the glories of Leningrad's Hermitage Museum is, in fact, a fake. Catherine the Great had a passion for the classical art of Europe. When in Rome, she fell in love with Raphael's designs for a magnificent gallery commissioned by Popes Leo X and Julius II. She had to have just such a gallery herself and so an extraordinary piece of Renaissance Italy was built in the colder climate of St Petersburg.
Written by ANGELA EMMANUEL
Produced by DEREK BAILEY. A LANDSEER film
The story of the Welsh in Patagonia
A documentary film for St David 's s Day with narration by Sir Huw Wheldon
On 28 May 1865, the schooner Mimosa sailed from the Mersey with some 160 Welsh emigrants on board. They were bound for a new life in a distant place, but not in any of the English-speaking countries which were then attracting most of the many migrants from the British Isles. The destination of the Welsh was the uninhabited wilderness of the New Bay in Patagonia.
Why they made such a bizarre choice and what became of them after they had disembarked on that empty shore was the subject of a recent series in Welsh, Plant y Paith. Tonight's film, in English, follows that series.
Film cameraman TOM FRISWELL Sound recordist TED DOULL Film editor JOHN BREWSER
Produced by SELWYN RODERICK BBC Cymru/Wales
continues a season of films heralding the 70s. starring Sandy Ratcliff Bill Dean
Janice Baildon is-seemingly-a typical teenage girl, living at home and working in a routine job. But here the ' everyday' qualities cease, since Janice is a schizophrenic, driven beyond breaking point by her insensitive parents and social pressures. Ken Loach 's moving portrait of Janice and her ' family life' is widely regarded as one of the most important socially-based fiction films of the decade.
Screenplay by DAVID MERCER Produced by TONY GARNETT Directed by KENNETH LOACH Films: page 17
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