6.25Biology,BrainandBehaviour:Introduction. 6.50 Search and Rescue. 7.15 Ecology. 7.40 Stereochemistry: Conformations. 8.5 Mechanics: Vectors. 8.30 Measuring the Earth and the Moon. 8.55 Levels of Meaning. 9.20 M101/2 The Binomial Theorem. 9.45 Data Processing in Action. 10.10 The Hydraulic Ram.
10.35 Modulation. 11.0 Life on Seashores.
11.25 Great Britain 1750-1950. 12.15 The Interested Parties. 12.40 Solubility. 1.5 Geophysical Techniques. 1.30 Species and Evolution.
Live coverage of an attempt to ski down the North Face.
Jean Charlet is a 29-year-old French mountaineering guide. He is a master of ' extreme' ski-ing, the description applied to one of the most dangerous sports ever invented. There is nothing with which to compare it. ' Downhill ' is a hopelessly inadequate word for the angle of the North Face, and no books on technique exist. Charlet does it because he ' finds it uncomfortable walking down after a strenuous climb'. Commentators
ERIC ROBSON , IAN MCNAUGHT-DAVIS
The Million Murdering Death
Twenty years ago malaria was eradicated from the island of Sri Lanka, but within a few years it was back. Scientists and doctors are now engaged in a desperate battle against the parasite and the mosquito. Narrator PAUL VAUGHAN
Horizon editor GRAHAM MASSEY
Written and produced by ALEC NIBBETT
* Subtitles on Ceefax page 270
The musical film, starring
Fred Astaire and Eleanor Powell
Fred Astaire had many top rate dancing partners, but said of Eleanor Powell , who died earlier this month, 'she really knocked out a tap-dance in a cast by herself.' Today sparkling music by Cole Porter and the flashing feet of Astaire and Powell beginning the beguine illuminate the back-stage story of a dance team struggling for success.
Screenplay LEON GORDON. GEORGE OPPENHEIMER , from a story by JACK MCGOWAN.
Music and lyrics by COLE PORTER Directed by NORMAN TAUROG
. Films: page 12
Bert C Matthews:
John Player Cup - Fourth Round Sale v Rosslyn Park
Sale, coached by Fran Cotton and with international captain Steve Smith at scrum half and Tony
Bond in the centre, started favourites to proceed to the quarter-finals. Rosslyn Park were determined to upset the form book and advjtnce further in the competition than last year. A lot of their hopes rest on the form of Andy Ripley. NIGEL STARMER-SMITH commentates, and brings news and views of the rest of the weekend's cup and league matches. Series producer iiuw JONES
plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear, with Jan Leeming
Editor RICHARD GAMBLE -
Presented by Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton Britain 's most popular business and financial magazine reporting from far and near on money large and small.
This week: Rise of the Robot
For many, the robot is the symbol of the industrialised world in the 80s, but if they're right, Britain could well be left in the Dark Ages. In a special report Nick Clarke looks at the shape of things to come - in Britain, France and Japan. Including Moneymaker. Producer DAVID ROWLEY
Deputy editor ANDREW CLAYTON Editor DAVID LLOYD. See page 85
A Wildlife Exploration of the Andes
Last of a three-part special World About Us.
Chimborazo, Cotopaxi, Antisana great volcanoes lift vast ice-caps into the tropical sky. Every dawn ice thaws, and the waters of the Amazon begin to roll. This programme reveals the intricate diversity and beauty of animal life along the course of the greatest river in the world as it plunges three miles vertically down through cloud, forest and gorge. It portrays in dramatic detail the complex life of the trees and rivers of the Amazon rain-forest - home of gorgeous birds and innumerable monkeys, the piranha and even a bat that catches frogs. Narrator GARY WATSON
Film cameramen HUGH MILES. NEIL RETTIG RODGER JACKMAN. Film editor PETER HEELEY Sound DONALDO MACIVER
Written and produced by MICHAEL ANDREWS. BBC Bristol
A serial in nine parts by DEREK MARLOWE 3: Mr and Mrs Shaw
Nancy and Robert Shaw now live on a large estate near Boston, leading a grand social life which Nancy finds increasingly shallow and purposeless. With marital happiness eluding her, Nancy adopts a desperate course of action.
Music STANLEY MYERS
Producer PHILIP HINCnCLIFFE Director Richard STROUD
with Jan Leeming Weather
Lee's Teant v Jerry's Team for the Marley Trophy
LEE TREVINO and JERRY PATE , two Of America's superstars of golf, with the aid of their celebrity partners, oppose each other in this series especially recorded for BBC2. This week's match features
George C. Scott and Lee Trevino v
James Hunt and Jerry Pate
GEORGE c. SCOTT, one of Hollywood's leading actors, is a very competitive golfer, and former world motor racing champion JAMES HUNT needs all the help he can get from his large alsatian, Oscar.
PETER ALLISS commentates and talks with the players over nine selected holes on the beautiful Queen's Course at Gleneagles Hotel in Scotland.
RICHARD TILLING and ALASTAIR SCOTT Producer DAVID KENNING
BBC videobook, Play Golf (BBCV 1004), £37.95, from retailers
Jack Thompson and Phyllis Ophel
The harsh, competitive world of Australian sheep-shearers provides the unusual setting for this powerful film, the last in the season. Foley and 'Black Arthur ' battle it out for the position of ' top shearer' amid the boozy world of men isolated from civilisation. After weeks of work they are confronted with non-union labour undercutting them - a situation which leads to a violent climax.
Screenplay by JOHN DINGWALL
Produced by GIL BREALEY , MATT CARROLL Directed by KEN HANNAM
(First showing on British television) Films; page 12
Jim the Learner:
The final programme in the series stars Elaine Delmar and Ray Farr on flugelhorn
From Belfast, The Templemore Band, conductor JACK BURCH
Song arrangements by MICHAEL BiRRirrin Designer john ARMSTRONG Lighting ERNEST J. COOKE Sound KEN ELLIOTT
ProductionALAN TONGUE BBC Northern Ireland