1.40 Medieval Mystery Plays. 7.38 Odilon Redon.
Mr Weatherby the Window Cleaner by PETER WILTSHIRE
Floella Benjamin , Brian Cant
4.50 Is it Significant? 5.15 The Nature of Chemistry. 5.40 Maths: Orthogonal Bases. 6.5 Tutor Marked Assignments.
6.30 Dome on the Range.
In this series, which shows artists making original prints, GLYNN BOYDE HARTE makes a lithograph with printer STANLEY JONES of the Curwen Studio, and BRENDAN NEILAND with printer ALAN COX .
Film editor HOWARD SHARP
Producer SUZANNE DAVIES
Book (some title), 19.95, from bookshops
Eye on the Wind
Wind, elemental yet unseen, disturbs and haunts a (dreaming) sleeper, evoking images of wild beauty and alarm.
Photographed and directed by MICHAEL MCCLOY
Presented by keith Hopkins BBC Bristol'
including a news summary with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
A series of six films about English communities where the past is still strongly reflected in the present.
Streams of summer visitors to the western tip of England take in the spectacular coastal scenery, but few linger in the granite villages of this old tin-mining community.
Brian Trueman discovers that the local tin mine is expanding. But optimism is tempered by memories of a harsh past, as well as by the young who question the area's priorities for the future.
It is the celtic mixture of pagan and Christian in the midsummer celebrations that underlines the firm local view that 'this is Cornwall, not England'.
Book (same title), Â£7.45, from bookshops
starring tonight with Marti is Tom O'Connor Special guests
Kiki Dee , The Korgis and GEOFF RICHER'S FIRST EDITION
Written by SPIKE MULLINS , TERRY RAVENSCROFT Choreography GEOFFREY RICHER
Musical director RONNIE HAZLEHURST Vocal bac king JEAN GILBERT LINDA JARDIM , VICTY SILVA
Costume designer VERITY LEWIS Sound LEN SIIOREY
Lighting BILL MILLAR Designer
GARY PRITCHARD Producer STANLEY APPEL
Songs from the series (record REB 408, cassette zcr 408) from record shops
A series of seven programmes 5: The Devil You Know written by ANTONY JAY and JONATHAN LYNN starring
Paul Eddington , Nigel Hawthorne with Derek Fowlds
Costume designer JACKIF. SOUTHERN Make-up artist CHERYL WRIGHT Designer DACRf: PUNT
Producer PETER WHITMORE
Sub-titles on Ceefax page 270
Jim Hacker, NIP:
Sir Humphrey Appleby:
Sir Arnold Robinson:
Voices from Silent Hands
Imagine being born into a world without sound - cut off from the noises of life, from music, bird-song and laughter. But worst of all, cut off from the sound of human voices.
One in a thousand children in Britain are born into just such a bewildering world. They are the children born profoundly deaf. For them, the spoken language we all take for granted is a foreign language which has to be learned by watching lip-patterns.
As an alternative to the daily struggle with English, many adult deaf choose a second language-one which uses handshapes and space instead of words and sounds. It's a rich and subtle language with its own grammar in space. Yet it's the subject of bitter controversy among teachers of the deaf, and banned in most schools. Some see it as a barrier to learning English - others as a vital first step. It is known as British Sign Language.
Narrator PAUL VAUGHAN
Film editor ALAN LEWENS
Written and produced by VIVIENNE KING Woddis On ... page 77
Sub-titles on Ceefax pape 270
A series of programmes about the life and music of the Hungarian composer seen through his six string quartets
Introduced by YEHUDI MENUHIN who knew Bela Bartok during his last years in America
String Quartet No 1 (1908)
Bartok was starting a career as a concert pianist and still largely unknown when he wrote his first string quartet at the age of 27. It is nevertheless a remarkably assured essay in the romantic style. played by the Bartok String Quartet Peter Komlos (violin)
Sandor Devich (violin) Geza Nemeth (viola) Laszlo Mezo (cello)
P oducer JAMES HUNTER
Directed by MIKE NEWMAN BBC Scotland
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 Newsnight's own team of reporters into what's going on behind the headlines; the latest news and weather forecast from Linda Alexander, plus the evening's sports results from David Icke.
A round-up of tonight's news as seen on the screens of one of Europe's French-speaking countries.
Introduced by MARIANNE LAWRENCE
Directed by PATRICK IIARPUR Produced by BERNARD ADAMS