7.40 Education: Future issues
8.30 Liszt and Nature
8.55 The School Broadcasting Council
9.45 The Reasonable Militant
10.10 Shrine of St Peter
10.35 Maths: Complex Analysis
11.0 Experimental Design
11.25 St Joan
12.15 Mechanisms of Photosynthesis
12.40 Organics by the Ton
1.5 Black Holes
Sunny Side Up
Starring Janet Gaynor, Charles Farrell
The first of two films starring Janet Gaynor is a romantic musical in which she plays an East Side girl in love with a handsome New York socialite. Along with the title number, the songs include ' I'm a dreamer ', ' If I had a talking picture of you', and a spectacular version of ' Turn on the heat*.
Screenplay by B. G. DE SYLVA LEW BROWN. RAY HENDERSON Producer B. G. DE SYLVA Director DAVID BUTLER
and at 3.55
A Star Is Born
Starring Janet Gaynor, Fredric March
Janet Gaynor plays Esther Blodgett - a movie-struck country girl convinced that Hollywood will bring her fame and fortune. But her public life is deeply affected when Norman Maine, a fading movie idol, falls in love with her.
Screenplay by DOROTHY PARKER ALAN CAMPBELL , ROBERT CARSON Director WILLIAM A. WELLMAN
Joe VlttO JOE:
Esther Blodgett/Vicki Lester:
Miss Phillips (clerk):
A film by C.P. Taylor
The North Eastern playwright C.P. Taylor has worked with mentally-handicapped patients at Northgate Hospital, Morpeth, for some time using drama to provide them with a means of self-expression. This film looks at a day in the life of one of those patients - Maureen.
A quiet mountain resort in Merano, northern Italy, has become the mecca for chess fans all over the world for what promises to be the final showdown between two outstanding players, World Champion Anatoly Karpov and challenger Viktor Korchnoi. Paul Jennings explains how the longstanding feud between Karpov and Korchnoi came about and sets the scene for their second World Championship title clash.
(A new series of The World Chess Championships starts on Tuesday, 6.55pm)
with Jan Leeming and David Cass Weather
Introduced by Humphrey Burton
The classical ballet of today was born in the Maryinsky Theatre in St Petersburg. For tonight's gala we join the audience in that same beautiful theatre, now known as the Kirov, to enjoy extracts from ballets rarely seen in the West.
La Vivandière: a sparkling re-creation of a pas-de-six of 1840 by ARTHUR SAINT-LEON , with Alia Sizova and Boris Blankov
Esmeralda: a dramatic pas-de-deux by MARIUS PETIPA , with Gabriella Komleva and Vitali Afanaskov.
Diana and Actaeon: a spectacular pas-de-deux by AGRIPPINA VAGANOVA, with Tatiana Terekhova and Sergei Berezhnoi.
Pas-de-Quatre: in 1845, four of the world's greatest ballerinas appeared together on the London stage. This ballet is an evocation of that memorable evening. With Irina Kolpakova , Yelena Yev teyeva, Gabriella Komleva and Galina Mezentseva.
Carnival in Venice: Petipa in a different mood - a lamp-lit Venetian carnival, with Svetlana Yefre mova and Valeri Yemets.
Paquita: Petipa again, with a series of variations which display the talents of the entire Kirov Ballet Company, including the children of the famous Vaganova School
Orchestra conducted by Viktor Shirokov
Directed by HELENA MACHERET
A SOVIET TELEVISION production
Novelist Susan Hill offers her personal view of a play which illustrates one of Shakespeare's most obsessive themes: the conflict between appearance and reality.
Director DAVID WILSON Producer VICTOR POOLE
(The BBC Television Shakespeare: Othello, tomorrow 7.15 pm)
by John Le Carre, dramatised in seven parts by Arthur Hopcraft.
"Ricki Tarr has not lied to us. He has simply done what agents the world over do: failed to tell us the whole story."
Smiley has realised that Source Merlin is run by Karla from Moscow Centre, and he has told Lacon so. Now he decides the time has come to call on Jim Prideaux.
Music composed and conducted by:
Starring Stephen Archibald.
Introduced by Gavin Millar.
This film completes the highly-praised autobiographical trilogy by the Scottish director Bill Douglas.
Jamie, having suffered a childhood of poverty and deprivation is taken back by his father to the Scottish mining village, scene of the previous two films. After a stint down the mine and some domestic conflict, Jamie returns to the children's home. Later he is conscripted and sent to Egypt where he embarks on a journey of self-discovery...
"The trilogy is most certainly a landmark in the long and tortuous past of independent British film-making" (The Guardian)
Their son, Archie:
Boy in home:
Salvation Army woman:
with Jan Leeming ; Weather
Starring Zero Mostel, Gene Wilder, with Kenneth Mars, Estelle Winwood
Producer Max Bialystock hits on a sure-fire formula for financial success on Broadway: to persuade his many elderly lady patrons to over-finance a play that will flop on its first night. But is the musical Springtime for Hitler really the solid gold turkey that will lay the golden egg? Zero Mostel and Gene Wilder career at full speed through director Mel Brooks' outrageous and hilarious script.
Films: page 10
'Hold me, touch me' old lady:
Roger De Bris:
Lorenzo St Du Bois: