6.40 Maths: Functions. 7.5 Argument on Television: 2. 7.30 Functions and Graphs.
An examination of the assumptions 'shared by barristers about their work, its entry characteristics and the singular English ways of training and practising at the Bar, through interviews with a number of leading legal figures: Lord Scarman, Michael Zander , Heads of Chambers and members of the Inns of Court. The film also joins a dinner at an Inn of Court and moot (mock trial) in Middle Temple Hall. Producer KEN LITTLE
A BBC/Open University production
The classic cliffhanger serial in 12 parts, starring Herman Brix 11: Valley of the Skulls
Hawk leads the expedition in violating taboo ground to make an exciting discovery, but arouses the wrath of the demon guardian of the Volcano God ...
A REPUBLIC serial (For cast see page 53)
(Final part tomorrow at 5.40)
Noggin and the Ice Dragon
In the third film report from British Antarctica Bob Langley, aboard the Royal Navy's Ice Patrol ship Endurance, becomes trapped in the ice in the Weddell Sea. It is like history repeating itself. In 1915 another Endurance, under the command of Sir Ernest Shackleton , was trapped in these very waters, triggering off a feat of survival which rates as one of the greatest of all escape stories.
A personal view by J. Bronowski in 13 programmes
4: The Hidden Structure
Fire and flame are the elements of magic and of science as DR bronow
SKI examines man's probing of the hidden structure below the visible world. From the ancient techniques of oriental metallurgy and through the mystical searchings of the alchemists, the programme traces the beginnings of chemistry.
Series editor ADRIAN MALONE
This week's theme:
The Nude and the Naked Goya (1746-1828) The Naked Maja at the Prado, Madrid
Nakedness has a special meaning in relation to Goya's art It is not divesting people of clothing but a nakedness of character. All the people Goya painted are, in this sense, naked. They bare their secrets to him, which is why he is one of the greatest of all portrait painters.
Written and narrated by EDWIN ML'LLINS
Director MICHAEL SANDERS
(Tomorrow: manet - ' Olympia )
with subtitles for the hard-of-hearing. followed by Weather
Presented by Jeremy James
Miguel Quinteros (Argentina) u Walter Browne (USA): Part 2
Position after White's 22nd move:
Black to play ...
The second half of this exciting game begins in the position we left last week. Will WALTER BROWNE (Black) be able to ward off the threats to his king from White's queen and rook? Both players need to win to have any chance of reaching the final and this wild game offers every prospect of a decisive result.
Expert analysis WILLIAM HARTSTON
Director JILL DAWSON
Producer ROBERT TONER
Moves from this week's match will appear in THE listener dated 22 April,
The Wreck of the Mary Rose
It was a hot day in July 1545. England and France were at war again. French galleys 'ranged and scoured the seas even to the Isle of Wight', and King Henry VIII saw the French ships for himself from Southsea Castle, and he fretted, and his teeth stood on an edge to see the bravery of his enemies, to come so near his nose and he not able to encounter them.' He assembled his strongest fleet in Portsmouth Harbour and sent it out to do battle. As his great battleship, the Mary Rose , set sail with the rest of the fleet, she fired her first broadside, heeled violently to starboard, and sank. For more than 400 years the site of the wreck was forgotten and the Mary Rose was believed lost. Chronicle cameras were with the divers when the site was first yielding its secrets, ten years ago. This programme, first shown in 1980, brings you the story of the ship, the men who went down with her and a report on the people who excavated the site.
Tomorrow night Chronicle brings you up-to-date on the greatest exercise in underwater archaeology that Britain has ever known. Narrated by ANDREW FAULDS
Underwater photography tim JOHNSON Film editor ROY beverell Written and produced by JOHN SELWYN GILBERT
Series editor BRUCE norman In February this programme was awarded the Certificate of Merit of the British Association for the Advancement of Science (Part 2: Tomorrow 8.10)
by CARLA LANE starringand
Ria and Ben are concerned about
Adam, whose girlfriend, Annie, has left him. Although Leonard provides Ria with a shoulder to cry on, he too appears to fall for Annie's charms.
Designer talf iuwnsliy
Produced by GAR&TII cwenlan (Repeal) * Subtitles on Ceelax page 270
by WILKIE COLLINS , dramatised in five parts by RAY JENKINS
2: Walter Hartright was startled by the resemblance of Laura Fairlie to the woman in white whose identity he has discovered. Her name is Anne Cathenck. Now Walter is leaving Limmeridge as he and Laura have fallen in love, but she is pledged to marry Sir Percival Glyde.
Cast in order of appearance:
Music composed and conducted by PATRICK COWERS
Costume designer BARBARA kronig Script editor BETTY WILLINGALE Designer MICHAEL young
Producer JONATHAN POWELL Directed by JOHN bruce
Sir Percival Glyde:
David Kaplan and Annika Sand strom first saw the partially derelict Lindean Mill on a Borders holiday in 1977. They immediately saw its potential as a studio glass workshop and now, after renovating it, produce handmade glassware of their own design, using traditional Scandinavian techniques.
Film cameraman ANDREW DUNN Director KEN MACGREGOR