7.40 Farming: Organic or Intensive. 8.5 Drifting Continents. 8.30 M101/6 Rational Numbers and V2. 8.55 Hockett's Design Features 9.20 Statistics: Binomial Distribution. 9.45 Water for Oxford, 10.10 Mathematical Functions. 10.35 Problem Identification Game. 11.0 A School Approach to Energy. 11.25 Steel. 11.50 Cognitive Maps. 12.15 ' Popeye '. 12.40 Problems of Pollution. 1.5 Deep Sea Drilling. 1.30 Woodland Composers.
Wales Schools (19 Group) v Scotland Schools from Cardiff Arms Park
' Junior Triple Crown' holders, Wales, will be determined to avenge the defeat of the Welsh senior side by the Scots earlier this year. National selectors of both countries will be present to note the progress of players who will, no doubt, add to the long list of senior internationals who have emerged from this fixture. nigel starmer-smith commentates and brings news of the other main matches of the weekend.
Series producer HUW JONES
The John Player All England
Championships from Wembley Arena The Finals
At the start of these championships there were seven courts in use; now all the action is concentrated on one for today's finals. Britain's hopes lie with NORA PERRY , who won two doubles titles last year, but the Indonesians will be out for a clean sweep.
Introduced by PETER WALKER Commentator
BARRY DAVIES , DEREK TALBOT
Producer johnnie watherstoh
Voices from Silent Hands
The story of British Sign Language - the controversial manual language used by many deaf people - and banned in many 'deaf' schools.
Narrator Paul Vaughan
Editor Simon Campbell-Jones
Written and produced by Vivienne Kings
Ceefax sub-titles on page 270
A film following The Police as they tour through Japan, Hong Kong, India and Egypt, winning awards and new fans wherever they go. The band talk about themselves and are featured playing the music that has made them one of Britain's most successful new bands.
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON
The John Player All England Championships from Wembley Arena
Further coverage of this afternoon's finals from Wembley Arena.
A digest of the news of the week 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 GAMBLI
Presented by Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton
Including this week the latest report from Futurehome 2000
As the builders leave the site, the programme looks at the cost of the house's construction; how soon can the technology it incorporates be made available to the rest of us?
Producer DAVID ROWLEY. Editor DAVID Lloyd
MONEY MATTERS: page 81
Six voyages with Clare Francis Narrated by Laurence Olivier 1: The Edge of the Unknown
In this new series
CLARE FRANCIS Unfolds the story of now man laced and mastered the oceans and now needs them to survive. Each week sees a very different journey, and each journey signifies a stepping stone in our long relationship with the sea. Today in her own yacht Gulliver G, in which she first crossed the Atlantic alone, Clare Francis retraces the sort of voyage early sailors would have taken. In ships no bigger than hers, made of skins and laths and hollowed logs, with no aids to navigation, they risked the terrors of the spirit-haunted deep, the worse dangers of rocks and shoals. Why did they do it? What first drove man to the edge of the unknown?
Principal advisers J. H. PLUMS and BASIL GREENILL Music by CARL DAVIS
Series written and directed by MICHAEL GILL and ANTHONY MAYER
A malone-gill production
Book (same title), £12.50, from bookshops from 30 March
Lee's Team v Fuzzy's Team for the Marley Trophy
This week's match features
Mark Thatcher and Lee Trevino v Adam Faith and Fuzzy Zoeller
ADAM FAITH, former pop singer turned successful actor and manager, makes .1 welcome return to the series. The pm's son, MARK THATCHER , makes his debut and shows a smooth swing, presumably inherited from his father. Peter Alliss commentates and talks with the players on the King's Course, Gleneagles Hotel, Scotland.
RICHARD TILLING and ALASTAIR SCOTT Producer DAVID KENNING
A special presentation of Lindsay Anderson 's famous film starring
Malcolm McDowell with Ralph Richardson, Rachel Roberts, Arthur Lowe
The journey of a young man - an ambitious coffee salesman - across country, in search of success and wealth. Lindsay Anderson, using an idea from his star in If...., creates a surreal satire about a painful odyssey through the disintegrating Britain of the early 70s. One of the most engaging, yet paradoxically rancorous, films in the history of British cinema, it makes intriguing use of music and songs, written and performed by Alan Price. Tonight's presentation is of the director's definitive version, rarely shown since its initial release.
(First showing on British television) Films: page 11
Based on the original idea by:
Songs written and performed by:
Gloria/Mme Paillard/Mrs Richards:
Mr Duff/Charles Johnson/Dr Munda:
Factory chairman/Prison Governor:
Steward/Prof Millar/Meths drinker:
Jenkins / Interrogator/Salvation Army Major:
Lindsay Anderson 's film starring
A young girl leaves London, takes a train and heads for a northern industrial town. She boards a bus and takes a tour of the city. Is her search for a warmth and openness lacking in the metropolis? If so her journey ' home ' is strangely disturbing. Anderson's mixture of satire and concern, his blending of colour and black and white, anticipate the style of his later features, If ... and the epic 0 Lucky Man!
Screenplay by shelagh DELANEY Produced and directed by LINDSAY ANDERSON
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the Mace Bearer:
Man with transistor:
Woman football supporter: