7.40 Cars. 8.5 Quantum Theory: Standing Waves and Energy Levels. 8.30 M101/25 Modelling, Pollution. 8.55 Differentiating Vector Fields. 9.20 Actress at Risk. 9.45 Unions: International Comparisons, 1.
10.10 Maths Across the Curriculum. 10.35 River Measurement. 11.0 Brake Testing.
11.25 Kinship and Propinquity. 11.50 Loudspeaker Telephones. 12.15 Women in the Community. 12.40 The Crossman Legacy. 1.5 Circadian Rhythms: 2. 1.30 The Major Histocompatibility Complex.
A series of four programmes featuring people who live and work in the New Forest.
2: When the Trees Bow Down
Although thousands of people visit the New Forest each year to admire the many varieties of trees that cover 30,000 acres they probably don't realise that over half of the woodland is used for commercial growing.
This week Dennis Skillicorn meets Rodney Newborough , one of the Forestry Commission men responsible for marketing the timber. He also speaks to Cliff Fennell , a forester who works all year round cutting the timber. But all the wood doesn't find its way into the pulp and sawmills. Greta Hopkin son from Brockenhurst finds a different use for it. She spends her life searching for interesting pieces of wood to shape into beautiful wood sculptures. ' No art form has influenced me, I've been influenced purely by the wood.'
Film editor ALAN KNIGHT Producer JOHN COLEMAN
continues the Sunday season of musicals starring
Bing Crosby with Mary Martin , Brian Donlevy
This lively musical is dedicated to ' the musical pioneers of Memphis and New Orleans', and features such famous tunes as ' St Louis blues ', My melancholy baby', ' Tiger rag', and the title song. Bing stars as Jeff Lambert, leader of the first all-white Dixieland Jazz Band, who becomes romantically involved with Betty Lou on his rise to fame and fortune.
Screenplay by HARRY TUCENO and WALTER DELEON Producer B. g. de sylva
Director VICTOR SCHERTZINGER
Betty Lou Cobb:
' Rochester ' Anderson
Llanelli v Neath from Stradey Park
Led by RAY GRAVELL in the centre, the LLANELLI side continues to provide an open style of rugby with talented backs and powerful forwards.
NEATH, in their traditional All Black' strip, will hope to win the match up-front by denying possession of the ball to the Scarlets' backs.
NIGEL STARMER-SMITH commentates and brings news of the weekend, which included the first day of the Scottish Leagues.
Director DEWI GRIFFITHS
Series producer HUW JONES
A digest of the news of the week and other world matters of interest 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 Jan Leeming.
Editor RICHARD GAMBLE
No Need to Shout - magazine for the deal on Ceejax
The return of Britain's most popular and most influential weekly financial programme.
Presenters Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton , and reporters Paul Barry , Nick Clarke and John Watkinson make up television's most experienced business and economic team.
Week by week, at its new extended length, The Money Programme reports from home and abroad on the issues that most affect our lives and our pockets, including each Sunday Money-week. the unique computer review of the week's most important financial events and introducing Moneymaker, a new weekly guide to making the most of your savings.
Deputy editor ANDREW CLAYTON Editor DAVID LLOYD
Othello by WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
Cast in order of appearance: fight arranger WILLIAM HOBBS
Music composed by STEPHEN OLIVER
Lighting JOHN TREAYS. Sound ALAN EDMONDS Make up EILEEN MAIR
Costume RAYMOND HUGHES Designer COLIN LOWREY
Script editor DAVID SNODIN Director JONATHAN MILLER
(Othello: Part 2 is at 9.5 pm)
(Pericles. Radio 3. Thursday 7.0 pm; Verdi's Otello, Radio 3, Friday 7.0 pm)
Duke of Venice:
with Jan Leeming ; Weather f _ ^^_
Hildegarde, the old abbess of Philadelphia, dies before naming another hard-line conservative nun, Alexandra, her successor, and thus preventing the rebellious Felicity from attempting a take-over. An inconvenience means that Alexandra has to resort to Machiavellian tactics to ensure her victory in the election.
Glenda Jackson as the Nixon-like Alexandra heads a superb cast in this outrageously funny and biting satire on the Watergate scandal, adapted from Muriel Spark 's novel The Abbess of Crewe.
Screenplay by ROBERT ENDERS based on The Abbess of Crewe by MURIEL SPARK
Produced by RORERT ENDERS
Directed by MICHAEL LINDSAY-HOGG