6.40 Hans Scharoun
7.5 Cognitive Styles
7.30 History of Mathematics
A series of eight documentary films 4- Loicoi Moiui )'
A supervisor is judgod by results.
"but yon have to get those rpftilts through the people you supemse. Do you act epl.-that they're doing" their best, op can >ou motivate them fÍ) work ftarder'
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(fcur ttWuils see BBC1 at 3.55 pm)
4.50 Latin Squares
5.15 Images of the City
5.40 Cages and Negative Sodium Ions
6.5 Testing Infants
6.30 Elements Organised
Introduced by JHilary,. Hensoti, 'A Portrait for Posterity ' is ttie problem presehted-Ho" the learns, from GLASGOW ROYAL INFIRMARY, BRITANNIA AIRWAYS and SHAND CIVIL ENGINEERING. No camera, no film and no darkroom - produce in only three-and-a-half hours a photograph of all three.team members. Judging the best self-portrait are Heinz Wolff and Professor Ian Fells. .... ;......... ;.- ,. ; ;
Assistant producer CAROLINE VAN DEN BRUL Studio- director sBian DAyres Producer PETER BRUCE
including sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
The Cameramen 1939-45
A series of six programmes
Images and memories of World War II recalled by the cameramen and illustrated by their film.
For the six years of war all rivalry between the newsreel companies was forgotten. Film from any source was pooled, and shared to keep the British cinemagoers fed with news from the front.
Ronnie Noble was a young cameraman with Universal News. The story of his war is like a boy's adventure book. He filmed the fighting in France, Syria and the Western Desert. He was taken prisoner, escaped, joined the French Resistance and finished the war filming in the Far East.
To what extent are individuals responsible for what has happened in Northern Ireland, or were the troubles inevitable? Lord O'Neill, as Captain Terence O'Neill , was Prime Minister of Northern Ireland from 1963 to 1969.
Tonight Eric Robson asks him, with hindsight, does he feet that if he'd handled events differently he could have brought lasting peace to Ulster.
Research ADAIRE OSBALDESTON Director PAUL LOOSLEY
Producer ALAN DOBSON. BBC Manchester
The second of a new series of nine weekly programmes in which actors, playwrights, directors and divers other theatricals assemble in two teams to compete in a lighthearted battle of wits under the watchful eye of resident questionmaster Alfred Marks.
This week: Mona Washbourne, Simon Callow, Maureen Lipman v Ken Campbell,
Jill Bennett, Richard Eyre
The questions are drawn from an assemblage of amusing and intriguing materials, covering all aspects of the theatre past and present.
Devised by ROSEMARY WILTON
Producer PETER BUTLER
Director HELEN MORTON
Songs of 'Do-it-yourself, ' Grow-it-yourself and the delights of country life are aired by the popular Suffolk entertainer at The Snape Maltings
With him are Graham Cooper and The Mintings Director
RICK GARDNER Producer DOUGLAS HESPE
by Jim Hawkins and Anthony Minghella
A series in 13 episodes
Starring Patrick Stewart and Alfred Marks
Ronnie Winter is an alcoholic. He leaves the hospital believing he can cope with the outside world. But will the outside world allow him to cope? Is an alcoholic ever cured?
Dr Edward Roebuck:
Nurse Barry Donovan:
Dr Jennifer Brent:
Sister Barbara Bowley:
Det Insp Southerby:
Introduced by Judith Jackson
Sue Baker goes out on a day and night patrol with the Leicestershire Police when their unique major incident vehicle takes to the highway.
DIXIE DEAN, Lorry Driver of the Year, and DICKIE DUNCALFE , a Fleet Service Manager, assess the new Ford Cargo lorry with Chris Goffey , and the new Fiat Panda is road tested by Frank Page.
TED CLEMENTS , Senior Examiner of the Institute of Advanced Motorists, demonstrates good driving techniques.
Back to the Drawing Board
Owners tell FRANK PAGE of design faults in their cars.
What's New with Sue Sue Baker brings us up-to-date with news of the motoring scene, togetherwithnew products and ideas.
Director BRIAN STRACHAN
Executive producer DEREK SMITH BBC Birmingham
Peter Snow, Charles Wheeler , John Tusa and Peter Hobday present an informed account of what's happening in the world.
Producer JOHN HOLME Directors
ALEX SAWARD and JOHN WILKINSON Assignment editors
GEORGE WALKER and JOHN MAHONEY Deputy editor DAVID DICKINSON Editor GEORGE CAREY
The Clarke/Duke Project featuring Stanley Clarke and George Duke in a concert from the BBC Television Theatre in Shepherd's Bush, London
Introduced by Anne Nightingale
Director TOM CORCORAN
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON
Music from the series (record BÈLP 017, cassette ZCF 017). from record shops