6.40 Blade Alloy and Process. 7.5 Zoroastrian Orthodoxy. 7.30 Thermodynamics.
The aim of this magazine programme for Asian women is to provide advice and information on matters of interest to them.
Producer ASHOK RAMPAL
Directed by KRISHAN GOULD BBC Birmingham
Speak for Yourself, £2 75, from bookshops
A look at puppets with Peter Garofalo Presenters
Carol Chell , Ben Bazell
4.50 Conflict in the Family.
5.40 Six Characters in Search of an Author.
Football Association Coaching: Tactics, Skills
8' Attacking in the Attacking Third of the Field (2)
Coaches RON GREENWOOD DON HOWE , DAVE SEXTON
ALAN WADE , HOWARD WILKINSON Players
KEVIN KEEGAN , TREVOR BROOKING LUTHER BLISSETT , VINCE HILAIRE
Supporting match action showing the close relationship between coaching, practice and performance.
Producer BOB ABRAHAMS
(Tomorrow: Defending, 1)
Not necessarily the greatest, nor necessarily the most popular, these paintings are all among the world's masterpieces.
This week's theme: Gardens Monet (1840-1926)
Women in the Garden (The Louvre, Paris)
When Monet began painting landscapes entirely out-of-doors, he was considered eccentric. A painter was expected to work in a studio, where he could employ his skills to improve on nature, rectifying what God had left imperfect. But Women in the Garden is among the loveliest of his early outdoor scenes.
Written and presented by Edwin Mullins
Directed by ROSEMARY BOWEN-JONES
(Tomorrow: Mondrian's ' Flowering Apple Tree
with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
In the third programme of this series, filmed before an informal audience at Godolphin House in Cornwall, the celebrated Hungarian violinist Sandor Vegh works on the Andante and Allegro from Bach's Second Sonata for solo violin, with Elisabeth Robert from France.
Film editor BEN MORRIS
Directed by PETER WEST tSandor Veah's Masterclasses at the International Musicians' Seminar in Cornwall were made possible by the support of Marks & Spencer)
by JONATHAN MILLER How Do You Feel?
Some pains are worse than others, and sometimes an injury that agonised you before hardly hurts at all when it happens again. Jonathan Miller argues that part of the difficulty in explaining feelings like pain arises from the way the brain governs the body and the way our ' felt-self ' differs from the physical-self.
It is in this felt-self that all our sensations happen, and if this felt-self is separated from the body, then peculiar sensations occur.
Executive producer KARL SABBAGH Producer PATRICK UDEN
It is an entertainingly idiosyncratic land none the worse for that) voyage of exploration ... of our physiological, neurological and pathological conditions. (EVENING STANDARD)
The last of a comedy film series starring
Brenda Benny is really down in the dumps and Brenda tries to cheer him up by pandering to his every whim.
in The Old Boy Network
A series of six programmes
It hardly seems possible that Leslie Sarony , comedian, dancer, songwriter and one-time half of the famous, bill-topping act THE TWO LESLIES, has been in show-business for 70 years, but it's true. Since his first appearance on stage in 1911, he has performed in revues, musicals, concert parties, variety, pantomime, films and television, and he is still entertaining today. Tonight he talks about his varied and successful career. Recorded at the Windmill Theatre, Great Yarmouth
Lighting SAM BRANTER Sound VIC CODRICH
Programme associate jimmy PERRY Producer DONALD SAYER
The second of three recitals of baroque music given by Cantilena, director
Pepusch Chamber Sinfonia
Vivaldi Concerto in G minor, for two violins, cello and orchestra Boyce Overture No 5, in F major
Designer ALAN WRIGHT
Producer JAMES HUNTER. BBC Scotland
Presented by Peter Snow , John Tusa
Peter Hobday , Donald MacCormick
Producer PAUL NORRIS Directors
ALEX SAWARD and JOHN WILKINSON
Assignment editors , CLIVE SYDDALL and JOHN MAHONEY Deputy editor DAVID DICKINSON Editor GEORGE CAREY
(Black and white)